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>> No.16665568

first time buying stocks. shill me your top 3 choices for q1 2020. I have 10k to invest.

>> No.16665577

>>16665568

Don’t do this to yourself

>> No.16665584

>>16665568
Sell covered calls on reputable stocks.

>> No.16665590

>>16665568
$DICKS

>> No.16665594

>>16665577

Listen to the man with the trips-dubs-dubs.

>> No.16665597

>>16665568
TSLA options all day baybeeeeee

>> No.16665611

>>16665568
Or long MSFT, I believe they are criminally undervalued.

>> No.16665612

>>16665568
Just buy KNG

>> No.16665613

>>16665568
SNSS, CORV, GALT

>> No.16665627

>>16665568
paying off debt, savings account, GALT

>> No.16665637

>>16665568
Prison REIT like GEO and CXW, and leveraged index funds like TQQQ

>> No.16665638
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ooo yeah thats right

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>>16665611
Agreed. Cloud will rule the 2020’s and Azure will hopefully catch up with AWS thanks to that JEDI contract.

>> No.16665650
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THREADLY REMINDER THAT DIVIDENDS ARE YOUR FREN

>>16665568
$1K for each of the 2020 DOGS OF THE DOW

>> No.16665652

>>16665637
Based Prison investor. Mooning when Trump gets re-elected.

>> No.16665655

>>16665568
SPY
KNG
QYLD
QQQX

The correct answer is SPY, though.

>> No.16665658

Do you think JBLU might be bought out by southwest like that anon said?
-SW has boeing planes which are not kosher right now
-jetblue has majority airbus
-jetblue struggling
-SW buying out jetblue had been discussed for a while

>>16665568
SAVA right now. Search this one, it's been in the news.

>> No.16665668

>>16665637
Based Prison investor. Will moon when Trump is re-elected.

>> No.16665671

>>16665658
>SAVA
>Already up 400%
Oh I see biz never changes

>> No.16665690

>>16665671
Everyone bought in at 1.87 last week. You're late, but not too late.

>> No.16665692

Why SPY instead of VOO?

>> No.16665706

>>16665692
Liquidity.

Doesn't matter to the poors.

>> No.16665718

>>16665692
No great reason. Slightly higher volume, so tighter spreads and more options if you decide you're interested in that later on.

>> No.16665732

>be me, 23
>tfw make 50k a year post tax
>2/3 gone to food, rent, gas, student loans(at min payment of $400/mo), going out, and other nice things
>barely anything to invest

Should I just have NEETmaxxed and stayed with mom and dad so I could have had my whole salary to invest with??

>> No.16665738

>>16665732
The wagie/neet hybrid is the final form of the zoomer

>> No.16665739

>>16665732
lower your spending now. the money you invest today will be so much more powerful due to compounding interest than the money you invest 10 years from now. an extra $100/month will go a long way.

>> No.16665759

>>16665732
You're just about where I was at 23. You should definitely be able to save $25k per year, unless you're being criminally stupid with your money.

Max out your tax-advantaged funds each year, pay down your debt, and find friends who aren't zoomer trash.

>> No.16665761

>>16665732

The honest answer is it depends on what you value. Do you value independence? Then stay where you are. You're going to have a hell of a time dating if you're still living at mom and dad's.

Do you want to retire as early as possible? Then go live at mom and dad's. The more you save, the earlier you'll be able to retire.

You could also try the first option with reduced expenses (i.e., public transportation and going out less/to free events).

Everything has costs and benefits. I don't think there's a right answer but make sure whatever you do gets you closer to your goals.

>> No.16665762

>>16665568
1. Gold
2. Silver
3. Disney

>> No.16665769

Which Semiconductor ETF is best? I’ve been eyeballing SOXL.

>> No.16665821

>>16665739

Millennials want the experience man. I intend to save but at the same time use money to max out my twenties while I’m still in my prime(seeing the horizon from every corner of the globe, going on coke binges and spitroasting thots with hijabs in Dubai, etc)

>>16665759
Already have what my company matches on 401k

>> No.16665832
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16665832

Amd puts got me coomin

>> No.16665841

>>16665690
kek this is literally my avg in my IRA....my avg on RH is 4.16 since I wanted more.

>> No.16665843

>>16665732
>going out, and other nice things

or just stop spending your money on going out and other nice things

>> No.16665847

I cursed AMD by finally buying in yesterday lmao

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I have a feeling we are all going to see our goals and trading strategy much more clearly in 2020.. we are all going to make it

LCI to $60

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>>16665547
Blessed image

>> No.16665882

>>16665821
>already have what my company matches
So what, like 5%? That's really not much. Your 401k can be up to $19,000 tax-free, plus another $6,000 in your IRA. If you pay anything to the feds, you're doing it wrong.

Think of it like this: what's your tax bracket? 30%? Wouldn't you like an investment that pays 30% right off the bat in the first year?

>> No.16665904

>>16665882
Walk me through this, I don't make enough to pay 19k in taxes. You're saying if I put that much into a 401k, I can get everything back on my tax returns?

>> No.16665916
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>SNSS continues to rise

>> No.16665918

>>16665873
Why can't AMRN be like MTNB wtf

>> No.16665920

AMD dumping hardcore! Sell!

>> No.16665931

>>16665761
>You're going to have a hell of a time dating if you're still living at mom and dad's.


That's honestly not true these days. Unless you live in a place where everybody is fucking rich, I've found that most women are pretty understanding about living with your parents these days. Especially in your 20's. Odds are most of those bitches live with their parents too, so what the fuck can they even say about it.

>> No.16665937

>>16665547
I'm expecting 2020 to be a bull year, but I know that there's going to be a bunch of gay political shit that swings the market up and down. Anyone else feel like this?

>> No.16665942

>>16665916
Is the darkness finally parting?

>> No.16665943

Buy SRNE and hold. BUY SRNE AND HOLD

>> No.16665957
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>>16665918
Price manipulation, people just found out and are currently buying for cheaper than the fags who bought at 25. Dont worry anon, we moon soon.

>> No.16665972

>>16665920
This guy is about to blame price manipulation, kek'd >>16665372

>> No.16665991

>>16665904
Whatever you contribute is tax deductible, meaning you don't pay taxes on it. So if you're making $50k, you would only be taxed on $31k. Because that deduction comes off the top, it's worth whatever your top marginal tax rate would've been.

We could go through it in more detail, but it's basically free money. If you appreciate the free 100% return your company gives you, you can appreciate a free 30% that the government gives you.

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16665998

Amd three bar play for puts in order,possible 1.50 move downward now.

>> No.16666006

>>16665991
Does it actually lower your tax bracket? In your example, would it drop you from the 22% bracket to the 12% bracket on the taxed income?

>> No.16666024
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With the new HBI plant and the acquisition of AKS I feel like CLF is really undervalued right now. Does anyone know more about the steel/pig iron industry and how it could react to the USMCA stuff or possible reduction of Russian imported iron?

>> No.16666043

>>16666006
it can
>>16665943
y?

>> No.16666048
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16666048

Ding ding ding! I’m currently boarding an airplane so I won’t be able to ding at market close :(
I’m currently down .23% for the day, rough one for weedies. HEXO missed earnies I presume?

>> No.16666052

>>16665942
Good lord I hope so, this has been a rough couple months for me

>> No.16666067

>>16666048
From what I see it's this.
>"Canadian cannabis company Hexo stock tanks after offering that dilutes existing shares"

>> No.16666081

>>16665904
I got in on your advice at .29 and now I'm considering selling half my position at .34 but I really dont know what I'm doing. Seems SNSS has these short lived reversals followed by downtrend.

>> No.16666090

>>16666006
Yeah, exactly. Though remember, the tax bracket is only paid on money over a certain amount. So you pay 10% on the first $9,700, then 12% on each dollar between $9,701 and $39,475, then 22% on each dollar between $39,476 and $84,200, etc.

Apologies if you knew that already, it's just something that a lot of people misunderstand.

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>>16665866
I've got $26k of LCI at 8.96

Im ready.

>> No.16666102

>>16665843
I have 1.1k of GALT. Will this be enough to make it?

>> No.16666104

>>16666090
I did misunderstand that, this is the first year of my life where I've made enough money to really get something out of caring about taxes.

>> No.16666106

Why isn't finance taught in schools, /biz/? Surely it's just as important as Math, English, and Science.

I don't buy the gatekeeping meme, there must be a genuine, well meaning reason behind it.

>> No.16666119
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>>16666106
Schools are for teaching obedience not independence.

>> No.16666120

>>16666106
Because they want the public to be ignorant sheep

>> No.16666137

>>16666096
Someone said LCI will crab until it drops to 7. Be careful, because the crab part has been right for a while now.

>>16666106
Government in charge no longer wants intelligent people. The same reason corps are allowed to do whatever they want now.

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16666144

>buy stock
>immediately drops 2% in an hour
every fucking time

>> No.16666157

>>16665991
Original anon here. So the caveat is I just can’t touch it till retirement or I get penalized?

>> No.16666172
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What is the best way for a zoomer to trade vertical spreads? I was going to register for tastytrade, but they asked for my employer and position. (I can give this info, but I don't want my boss talking to me about it.) what platforms do you folks use?

>> No.16666183

>>16666172
Robinhood bro

>> No.16666187

>>16665613
Glad I jumped onto SNSS and CORV, but why GALT?

>> No.16666188
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>>16666096
i'm trying to buy back a few calls i sold.. it's going to be beautiful

>>16666137
it will probably get bought up so quick if it does go to 7.. shit is so fucking undervalued right now

>> No.16666195

>>16666119
>>16666120
>>16666137
Fuck's sake, lads.

I mean, here in the UK the government came out with Stocks & Shares ISAs that encourages people to invest protecting all their gains from being taxed. I just don't believe this meme.

>> No.16666199

>>16665568
Unironically SPY, VTI, and MSFT

>> No.16666219

>>16666137
I've never had an issue of being down a fair amount even if it drops to 7. I never catch the bottom. But the current market cap is stupid even at 9. I will hold, fren.

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>>16666106
>Why isn't finance taught in schools, /biz/? Surely it's just as important as Math, English, and Science.


Well you would think finance would be taught in HOME ECONOMICS, but apparently learning how to bake bread and make kool-aid is more important. I think the main reason it isn't taught is because schools would want finance, business, or accounting majors to teach the class, and most people with those degrees don't end up teaching outside universities.


Home finance could easily be a part of home economics though.

>> No.16666232

(((They))) tell me it’s going to crash, I buy more because I know it’s the bottom. Now looking at my SPY yearly gains... I-I made it. Love this market!

>> No.16666238
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>>16665611
>criminally undervalued
I swear to God people on this board are retarded. This has to be bait

>> No.16666245

>>16666219
LCI should have a market cap in the billions.. this is crazy.. shorts are stubborn as fuck and the balance sheet just keeps improving... fucking crazy..

LCI to $60

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>>16666195
I live in the US and I think everyone is actually a bit retarded nowdays due to all the instant gratification. I swear even among my friends/coworkers who invest I must be the only one who even knows what options or even derivatives as a whole are. They only know the most basic shit. This may be a symptom of small town america but damn it feels like I'm swimming in a sea of idiots most of the time.

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>>16666144
I bought SBPH for a daytrade at 1.45. Within seconds of pushing the buy button, it drops to 1.41.

>> No.16666269

>>16666106
Because people would learn how to manage their finances, they wouldn't spend as much and would actively seek smart ways to save up more money. Modern society is built on segregation, we need to have a lower, middle and upper class because if everyone were smart enough to understand that money doesn't grow on trees (upper class) our system would collapse because people wouldn't consume as much as society requires of us today. However, this is good for smarter people because we can just keep being smart about our personal economy while society makes us richer and the dumb people poorer.
Not to mention that our society today needs to have a lower/mid class because of shit jobs until robots becomes even more widespread. That's when I think society will change some things because it would be more profitable to do that even for the elite.

>> No.16666272

>>16666183
I heard they have limited options, no pun intended.

>> No.16666278

>>16666238
>P/E 31.51
kek there's nothing undervalued in this market

>> No.16666280

>>16666238
Yeah.. i think you are looking at it the wrong way.. that chart doesn't show you value... like at all...

>> No.16666281

Gonna buy 5k into Boeing for the long hold, am I gay?

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>>16665547
>NASDAQ

>> No.16666287

>>16666245
Nah, LCI to 6.40 and then 60

>> No.16666299

>>16666269
>everyone were smart enough to understand that money doesn't grow on trees (upper class) our system


That's actually the complete opposite of how it works though. Rich people are the ones for whom money literally does grow on trees because the Fed literally just prints more money to pump their bags.

>> No.16666305

>>16666157
Bingo. That's forever money right there. That's the golden goose that you'll be relying on from age 65 to 120, and then pass on to your sixteen grandchildren.

Sometimes people don't like this, because they want to spend the money before that age. But if you can't afford to max your retirement accounts, I would argue you can't really afford to do anything else with that cash either. A couple exceptions would be paying down debt, stocking your emergency fund, and maybe (big maybe) saving for a house or to start a business.

But I understand that I'm an extremist on this. Try to find a balance that works for you.

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>>16666283

>> No.16666316
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>>16666238
>NOOOOOOO YOU CAN'T KEEP MAKING MONEY WHILE I WATCH FROM THE SIDELINES

>> No.16666318

Reminder to do your research on crtx and think about it's implications for sava

>> No.16666339

>>16666281
Didn't they have two plane crashes this year?

>> No.16666350

>>16666287
why 6.40? is that where your break even is on your puts?

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>>16666278
Nobody sane would look at that chart and say
"Oh it ONLY has a PE of 32 I'm definitely going to buy it".

Retail investors like you will be the ones getting cucked so hard, the same as dotcom bubble "investors" who had to eventually baghold for 15 years just to breakeven on MSFT

>> No.16666372

>>16666305
>But if you can't afford to max your retirement accounts, I would argue you can't really afford to do anything else with that cash either.


Not everyone is gonna earn enough to max out their accounts. I only contribute 10% of my 40k, because I'd rather have money in a portfolio that I have control over. Maxing out retirement accounts is a fantasy for most people unless you plan on living like a homeless person until you start making 80k or more.

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Christmas bonus was pretty decent so here's what I'm going to do:

Start new positions in MCD, CVX and COST

add a share each of BLK and BA

add some money to my emergency fund

my gut is telling me to save more for a crash, but fuck it yolo and shit

>> No.16666392

>>16666365
when interest rates globally are at near zero, historical P/Es are no longer applicable

>> No.16666393

>>16666269
Even if everyone were responsible with their money, there are still things we need/want, food, gas, electric, petrol, computers, etc. I don't think society would collapse if everyone were to only buy the necessities and treat themselves once in a blue moon.

Society would probably be better off if we didn't buy/produce so much shit.

>> No.16666398

>>16666106
Finance can be considered gambling and a) evangelicals wouldn't like kids knowing what a call option is b) government could be sued for encouraging people to gamble

>> No.16666402

>>16666365
yeah except im agreeing with you im not the guy you replied to

>> No.16666407

>>16666339
Yeah, I’m thinking they’re bottomed out for the foreseeable future. as they start to deliver more Apache whirlybirds and weapons sales I think we’ll start to see more confidence in them.

>> No.16666412

>>16666318
What color do you like Anon? I’m going to order you a mouth hug and an hour of coitus for New Years because of the realized 200% SAVA gave me.

>> No.16666431
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SANTA CLAUSE RALLY!!!!!!!!!!

>> No.16666434

>>16666187
It's time. The bullshit has passed and GALT has a clear path upward. I expect it's recovery to begin shortly.

>> No.16666436

>>16666393
>I don't think society would collapse if everyone were to only buy the necessities and treat themselves once in a blue moon.


No, but the economy would.

>> No.16666461

>>16666431
you mad bro

>> No.16666468

>>16666232
Even if it crashes, it will return to normal in two to 3 years. If you're really worried, just keep some cash on hand to buy in cheap once it crashes

>> No.16666471

>>16666318
How much GALT is too much or too little?

>> No.16666472

>>16666384
>Emergency fund
Whack it all in shares, anon. Don't be a pussy.

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How much passive income would you need to have "made it"

>> No.16666507

>>16665972
Im the guy that bought 10 shares. Im looking to hodl. Im chillin

>> No.16666512

>>16666299
That's not the point of what I wrote. Rich people are not stupid enough to spend their money on garbage that they can't afford, the upper class saves much more, they spend much less on gas and utilities in terms of percentage. The upper class people are way more likely to behave selfishly compared to the lower and middle class. Meanwhile, the lower and middle class spends more than they can afford because of consumerism... hence why I said they believe money grows on trees. Sure, it LITERALLY grows on trees for the upper class but the upper class is upper for a reason.

>>16666350
No because that's the average of my entry and it's a daily gap fill aswell

>> No.16666521

>the galt shill is back

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>>16666048
Have a good flight, ding anon. I hate flying so much.

Porto forto is doing awesome on the power of shiny rocks.

>> No.16666523

>>16666318
AAAAAA sava riding a 4.00 wave, save us

>> No.16666548

>>16666106
I don't know but it really sucks. The only thing approaching it i had in highschool was a one year thing called career and life management. It was some stuff about how to budget and a brief overview of tax. That was it. Zero talk about investing.

>> No.16666549

>>16665568

insg, spce, msft

>> No.16666552

>>16666372
Obviously I'm including basic necessities like food and housing as things you should fund before your retirement, but that goes without saying.

I don't make enough to fully fund mine. I put in $11,000 a year, plus $6,000 each in my IRA and my wife's IRA (nice thing about those is you have much more control over what you buy). I'm not living on rice and beans, but I don't have many luxuries either.

>> No.16666557

>>16666472
I'm building an emergency fund over the next few years that would fund 1 year of living expenses and then a little extra. that way when I retire early, I'll have a year cushion if the market is in a bad place when I retire and I can use it to allow my investments to grow instead of pulling divvies. i'm 1/3 of the way there (maybe more with inflation)

>> No.16666560

>>16666512
>Sure, it LITERALLY grows on trees for the upper class but the upper class is upper for a reason.


Yea, more than likely because there parents were also upper class.

>> No.16666566

>>16666505
If you can live a middle class lifestyle on passive income alone you've made it.

>> No.16666578

>>16666505
Relative, anon. I remember being chuffed with myself for making it to a mere £50 a month.

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>>16665650
Are we in an everything bubble, frens?

>> No.16666611

>>16666144
You must not read the chart in candlesticks. If the top line is bigger than the bottom line (of the candlestick), then dont buy as it indicates large sell pressure.

>> No.16666614

>>16666505
About 350

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>>16666505
i'm trying to keep my income under $25k so i milk the max obamacare subsidy when i quit my job

>> No.16666634

>>16666625
Nice

>> No.16666644

>>16666505
I hit $21K this year. Need about $36-$40K to be completely financailly independent. I'd like $75K to be able to do everything I want within reason

>> No.16666647

Hail Satan

>> No.16666666

>>16666625
based

>> No.16666677

>>16666666
well i guess it must be

>> No.16666680

>>16666666
oh no

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>>16666666

>> No.16666686

>>16666666
Based as fuck. You heard him lads 2020 will be based

>> No.16666692

>>16666666
absolutely disgusting

>> No.16666693

>>16666666
Kys faggot

>> No.16666697

>>16666666
wasted digits

>> No.16666699

>>16666666
Digits wasted on a stock normie

>> No.16666701

>>16666666
what a waste

>> No.16666704

>>16666666
WASTED

>> No.16666705

>>16666666
>>16666677
holy shit NEETs supreme

>> No.16666706

>>16666412
I like only green.
That said, i'd suggest a safe accumulation of sava once these waves settle a bit. Crtx also reduces inflammation, and has good cognitive data after 1 month. It's only a handful of people so not too strong statistically, but the effect seems to be there. This means sava will have a significant effect with 60 people next year. It's going ballistic in that case.

>> No.16666707

>>16666666
Fuck yourself. You contribute nothing

>> No.16666710
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>>16666666
wasted. absolute state of nu-biz

>> No.16666711
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16666711

>>16666666
Digital Overload Confirmation

>> No.16666712

>>16666666
And here I figured Satan for a pump-and-dump guy.

>> No.16666713

>>16666666
How horribly disappointing. Shame.

>> No.16666717

>>16666666
100% biased 0% unbiased
Excellent

>> No.16666718

>>16666666
hahahaha

>> No.16666719

>>16666666

base-ted digits

>> No.16666723
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>>16666666

>> No.16666726

>>16666666
fuck you /smg/
checked

>> No.16666727
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16666727

>this sudden influx of salty cryptotards

>> No.16666728

>>16666666
I hate it when nigger vernacular users get attention.

>> No.16666730
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>>16666666
WASTED!!!!!!

>> No.16666731

>>16666666
cheked

>> No.16666734

>>16665847
Flashback to 6 months ago at $28 when I said that shit was going to $40 and intel was cucked

>> No.16666737

I'm glad we made the cryptotards mad though

>> No.16666744

>>16666666
Proof that /smg/ runs this board.

>> No.16666752

>>16666471
A lot of GALT is good. Not a lot of GALT is too little

>> No.16666756
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16666756

links shills BTFO

>> No.16666758
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>>16666666
Haaaaaaaaa

>> No.16666766

Today's moral is that dividends are your friend and based

>> No.16666767

>>16666521
Pendy has always been here.
In the shadows
Watching
Waiting
for GALT's time

>> No.16666768
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>>16666666
>N-NO THIS CAN'T BE HAPPENING
>THOSE DIGITS W-WERE RESERVED FOR C-CRAIG SANJAY WRIGHT
>HOW WILL MY FAMILY AFFORD CURRY NOW IF NOBODY'S GONNA NOTICE MY COIN

>> No.16666771
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16666771

>>16665547
People are going to start taking profits (probably in the next 2-3 weeks). What are soon to be cheapies that you are eyeing?

>> No.16666776

>>16666771
AMD

>> No.16666787
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16666787

Imagine being a stinky linky

>> No.16666793

>>16666471
You figure it out. It's a very safe 2 bagger just by starting their trial and a 10 bagger at least at buyout. Again that is also pretty sure, just the timing is problematic. Only risk i see is if Uihlein gets a heart attack or something

>> No.16666794

>>16665568
SPG, AVGO, TD. thick dividends

>> No.16666796

>>16666787
you have to include the replied to post or there's no point to this

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16666801

>>16666666
you're welcome /smg/

>> No.16666805

>>16666666
FUCKING FAGGOT KILL YOURSELF PIECE OF SHIT

>> No.16666809
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>>16666238
Don't listen to /smg/ they are no more than a barometer for the market euphoria at present time.

>> No.16666811

>>16666560
Why are you picking out certain words of what I'm replying to you with and keeps bringing up something that we didn't even talk about? Are you one of those stupid people or something?

>Parent
Yeah, a parent is the caretaker of a child. Parents play an important role in the upbringing of a child in this world because of reasons.
>likely
Little did you know that "likely" is also an adverb, which means "probably".

That's you

>> No.16666821

>>16666666
nice

>> No.16666822

>>16666801
I just bought a BA and XOM because of this post

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>>16666776
Chip Chads stand the fuck up!

>> No.16666833

>>16666106
there arent enough teachers who understand finance themselves, kek

>> No.16666839

>>16666793
>BREAKING: Uihlein gets a heart attack
What happens next?

>> No.16666862

>>16665568
KNEEPADS

>> No.16666869

>>16666839
His wife takes over and sells the company to free up campaign cash. We all live happily ever after.

>> No.16666880

what percentage of your income do you put into stocks? i just did the math and I was under 10% this year, which seems wrong

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>>16666119
This. Anything that deviates from the overall message of this post is a lie.

As an experiment: Make a few points that dismantle general consensus/dogma next time you speak to a normie and watch them squirm as if you've attacked them personally. It's quite funny actually.

>> No.16666899

>>16666392
it's different this time!

>> No.16666908
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16666908

>>16666666

based

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>>16666885
>points that dismantle general consensus/dogma

I may be weird but sometimes I like to talk about really taboo subjects with people and just try and keep a straight face as possible while they writhe in discomfort.

>> No.16666932

>>16666666
based

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>>16666899
If only you knew how bad things really are.

Banks and smart money are going to JUST the shit out of this market and then inhale all of the cheapies. We are at uncharted levels of euphoria. I hope you are hedged well. Don't ask me how I know.

>>16666923
This is one of my favorite things to do anon. Kek.
My poker face has strengthened as a result. Sometimes I have to check myself because I go in too deep.

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>>16666899
now you're getting it

>> No.16666963

>>16666839
He needs Vascepa

>> No.16666981

Hey Pendy that Peter Rabbit asshole is back.

>> No.16666993

>>16665937
3T in QE4? yeah no shit it will be a bull year

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>>16665937
>I know that there's going to be a bunch of gay political shit that swings the market up and down

You're speaking naughty anon. I'm a SLAVE to volatility. Oh behave.

>> No.16667027

>>16666981
Not sure why but that guy blocked me. GALT ST attracts the weirdest bears and shorts. and Orin.

>> No.16667048
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16667048

>>16666172
Charles Schwab or TD Ameritrade. Robin Hood is nice for "babby's first exposure to the markets". As you've stated, it's very limited. Be a big boy. Take the plunge.

>> No.16667049
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16667049

The numbers Mason! WHAT DO THEY MEAN?

>> No.16667065

>>16666666
based

>> No.16667185

>>16667048
Are options free on TD and Chuck?

>> No.16667198

Everything is green today.

>> No.16667209

Can SNSS get to 0.36 today!?

>> No.16667219

>>16667209
Hit or SNSS
I get they never SNSS huh

>> No.16667261
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16667261

So i'm listening to college radio station and there's a drum n' bass program on. Apparently it's the rule that drum n' bass shows must always be hosted by a british guy who sounds like a dive bartender. All sonhs must be referred to as tracks. All tracks must be titled with a single word. Ye alright comin' at ya next wiff a track cawled... TRACK. Keep it locked. Feel da beat.

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>>16667048
Thank you sir. I know I dont want robin hood. I used them a few years back in college and i was very disappointed that I had to wait for the funds to settle before trading with them again.

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16667268

Why won't SNAP crash?!!!

>> No.16667270

SAVA refuses to go below 4.05 all day. That should be a good sign.

>> No.16667287

>>16667268
To spite you.

>> No.16667292

why did rh fuck with the light theme? i liked seeing my dash blood red when i was down

>> No.16667295

>>16666398
Evangelicals dgaf about call options. They love speculation and muh free market capitalism.

>> No.16667302

>>16667185
https://www.schwab.com/pricing
https://www.tdameritrade.com/pricing.page
https://www.interactivebrokers.com/en/index.php?f=1590

>>16667267
Yeah. It's a actually a very bad platform overall. Good luck champ.

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>>16666666

>> No.16667305
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16667305

I am lost in the eyes of god.

>> No.16667308

unusual vol for peloton $PTON jan17 calls, 31/32 strike. wanted to pick some up that would cover their next ER

>> No.16667327

Uk divy yields are second only to Russia. Give one good reason why you haven't invested. Protip, you can't

>> No.16667330

>>16667268
just go long then it'll crash....

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>>16666666

>> No.16667393

https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/thursday-12-26-insider-buying-report%3A-apog-hqi-2019-12-26

>Sunesis (SNSS +8.84%)
HAPPENING

>> No.16667400
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16667400

Guys I'm getting so many videos in my email telling me to pay 50$ for their newsletters to get special information to make millions in dollars in certain stocks before it a lot of people find out about it.

Am I being baited? can I easily find these companies on google instead?
or are these guys legit and I should spend 50$ to make thousands or millions?

>> No.16667402

>>16665547
Help me /smg/
Roth ira or 401k? employer will only contribute to a 401k should i just but 5% in each?

>> No.16667405

>>16667400
Get a bloomberg terminal or don't bother

>> No.16667417

>>16667402
both. depending on your situation, get the free 401K contribution from the employer then max out your Roth IRA. Whether or not you want to max out your 401K is up to you, but just know that it can't be accessed without penalty until retirement

>> No.16667427

>>16667400
if they know how to make millions in certain stocks, why are they spending the cycles to get your $50 ?

>> No.16667436

>>16667427
they say it cost that much to produce and send the information

>> No.16667447

>>16667427
>>16667400
maybe sign up then short all their little pump and dumps?

>> No.16667464
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>>16667447
This is actually alright advice.

>> No.16667465

why coffee is so volatile?

>> No.16667467

>>16667327
I have.
BATS
BP
GSK
LLOYDS

>> No.16667469

>>16667447
thing is I don't have money, but I've been signing up for a lot of shit with signup cash bonuses to make that money.

>> No.16667470

>>16667393
Happy for you senpai

>> No.16667477

>>16667436
It doesn't. Even it is does, they make money off of said newsletter and taking the other side of what they are trying to have people take. (They tell you to go long, they take the short. They tell you to short, they take the long). Make sense?

A scheme as old as time.

>> No.16667493

>>16667477
so who do I go to who is legit and has insider information?

>> No.16667497

>>16667393
>its real
Whoa

>> No.16667499

>>16667469
Take it slow and learn as much as you can and save in the meantime. You sound a bit desperate and this will get you in trouble. You'll end up burning you cash in risky plays or get bamboozled by a scammer. Markets are forever.

>> No.16667529

>>16667393
>https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/thursday-12-26-insider-buying-report%3A-apog-hqi-2019-12-26
I don't see Sunesis in that link

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>>16667493
See
>>16667499

You'll have to "get good" and then formulate your own ideas. You will win some and lose some (if you plan on trading) or your returns will be slower than you want them to be (if you plan on investing). Take an approach where you do both.

Your goal should be to manage and grow your own wealth/money until death.

>> No.16667534

NLTX down 10%.. gonna kms bros

>> No.16667542

>>16667534
At what price did you go in and why didn't you take profits? I like the way that chart looks.

>> No.16667547
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16667547

Sell to close calls Friday power hour or Monday AM?

>> No.16667550

>>16667542
I got like.. 10 or 15% worth of it going up because I didnt hold the entire way and bought in and out.. I bought it at a high point now and Im down 10%.. It's going to double again in the next 6 months probably so whatever

>> No.16667556

>>16667542
and the Baker Bros just bought a ton more shares on the 20th so I'm in good company

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>>16667532
I wanted to do some 5g stocks but all the tech companies shares are so expensive now and I would only be able to afford just one, and it makes me sad because 5g stocks will be one of the only biggest booms in my lifetime, and by the time I've earned enough money to buy I would have already missed this train.

So I'm desperate to find the next big thing that hasn't even reached a penny yet, I want to make big short term investments now so I can afford the long term investments.

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>>16667261
I know exactly what you mean. Kek.

DnB is so comfy this time of year.

>> No.16667572

>>16667529
That's the same dude that's been messing with you for weeks now, come on.

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>>16667557
SOXL or any other chip ETF. Wait for the dip (or prepare to dollar cost average down) because they are overbought. Don't be desperate anon. We're all going to make it when it's all said and done.

>> No.16667585

>>16666923
>I may be weird but sometimes I like to creep people out
>just try and keep a straight face
>may be

>> No.16667596
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16667596

So is AMRN going to tank or what?

>> No.16667604

>>16666666
Just sold all my Link for based

>> No.16667627

>>16667580
I just don't want to go back into the rat race of being a wagie, I'm been working myself to get money without leaving my home, it's not that I want to be rich I just of not doing the things I want to do because of time or not enough money

>> No.16667638

>>16667596
Isn't it supposed to have been near buyout? It's also mentioned a lot in buyout speculations.

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16667646

What causes a man to become thoroughly broken?

>> No.16667660

>>16667646
https://stocktwits.com/Peter_Rabbit/message/188116574

>> No.16667670

>>16667596
It's going to go up long term and it could double or whatever if someone bought it out

>> No.16667676

>>16667604
soi?

>> No.16667677

>>16667627
Start an online business. Unless you get lucky and it takes off right off the bat, you're going to have to wage until you're able to build and scale it properly. Find a job that you like and don't "need", so to speak, so long as you're serious about the end game you mentioned.

>> No.16667678

Any suggestions for brokers on mobile? Revolut doesn't have most stocks you guys are recommending

>> No.16667688

>>16667557
I'm telling you, Nokia and Ericsson will be gold in the 2020s. Even if we enter a trade war in the future between large countries, these nordic companies will be rock solid to keep on developing, testing and selling widespread. For example, they tested shit in both China and USA during the trade war while the larger players got the hammer until things eased. Not to mention that they have good relationships with the large players aswell, which might mean future cooperation with more.
Also, Both Nokia and Ericsson are both multi-billion dollar companies with stocks that are close to their decade lows.

>>16667646
The first rule I learned was to never get too emotional when trading/investing, it seems this guy ignored that rule. Kek'd.

>> No.16667690

>>16667550
>>16667556

GG on having realistic timelines that are months long instead of hours, days, and weeks like a lot of people on this board.

>> No.16667700

>>16667678
Most of the big brokers have some kind of app.

>> No.16667708

>>16667646
He sounds like a shill who was outshilled and took it personally or actually lost serious cash on a bad play. Stocktwits is excellent for mining ideas if you know how to use it as a sentiment/psychology meter.

>> No.16667710

>>16667677
I have been research social media marketing for several months now, all I need to do is pick a niche and a sub niche then master it.
I'm having a hard time picking between marketing for eCommerce clients or automotive clients

>> No.16667713

>>16666144
Buy a share then buy more when it goes down

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>>16665547
Zoomer here feeling salty that boomer dad is talking about his gains in the market while I'm stuck in crypto and bagholding to oblivion.

I've tried options before and I tend to lose, thinking it's more of a gamble than buying shares or a stock and hodling. Am I doing it wrong or is that the way it is? I find it no different than margin trading on crypto.

Also I want to get into the stock market since I know ridiculous insta gains gain be earned than waiting for crypto pump. Any advice on the best place to begin? I'm generally impatient by how slow this market is but if you do options it's fast and I like that, but more risky.

Pretty lost here, need a mentor, thanks.

>> No.16667726

>>16667715
Do both stocks and crypto........

>> No.16667727

>>16665650
this fuck day trading. it got me nowhere after so many years.

>> No.16667737

>>16667710
What particular niche in eCommerce? I'm currently partnered with someone who was a dietician. We're working on health and well being products you put down your pie hole. It's a pretty crowded niche and we've hit some roadblocks.

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>>16667737
sell rainbow dildos.. rainbow tube socks.. rainbow shirts.. rainbow chokers... everything rainbow.... fucking fags coming out the wood works.. this whole gay pride shit is going to get out of control....

>> No.16667749

>>16667688
I was told to stay away from those companies and that they aren't going to be worth shit in the tech boom.
I was told to only target the semiconductor chip manufacture but I have yet to find which one Jeff Brown was talking about unless I bought his newsletter

>>16667737
That's what I'm saying the main niche is eCommerce but I'm looking for a high ticket subniche, what are one of the biggest items that will sell in 2020.

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>>16667726
I'm willing to dip my toes again into stocks, but how are you playing the game and why are so many people here discussing? In my limited experience, the most talkative are the options gamblers than the people that just buy dividend stocks / blue chips and HODL.

Whereas in the crypto space, the discussions are for developments and possible insider information for the flash mega pump/dump that may happen in a day or hour (that stocks cannot really do) since the market is so volatile.

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>>16667715
I made a few hundred bucks off of the Bitcoin pump earlier today. How mad are you?

What you zoomers need to learn is delayed gratification and how to be a hyper realist. You want everything NOW. I hope you've been JUSTed sufficiently enough to build strong hands. Lurk more. Buy SPY in the meantime. Welcome home.

>> No.16667769

>>16667757
Stop looking for PnD schemes to get in on. Learn to trade the Bitcoin volatility instead if you're looking for "action"

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>>16667585
I'd rather be wierd than whatever the fuck you are. So what if I like to take the reins in a conversation? I get bored with people like you that try to fit others into their generalizations. You need to go back to the herd buddy.

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>>16667759
>tfw boomer but was still spoiled with instant gratification thanks to this fucking mistake call social media

>> No.16667775
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16667775

Who else /amzn/ here?

Btw, S&P 500 or NASDAQ 100 for long term?

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16667795

Ding ding is gone so I guess I'll do it.
How much more than me did you make fuckers?

>> No.16667803

>>16667757
focus

there are a lot of companies with "new developments".. don't get so caught up on trying to get rich overnight....

>> No.16667809

>>16667749
See >>16667746

I'm an analyst by nature and one of the most fun parts of this venture is lurking discussion forums, FB groups, and other places people congregate and doing due diligence/intel gathering. Find a handful of things you would like to know more about and research them like hell. Narrow it down to a few products and run with them. You're gonna fail more than you win. Ditch the losers and run the winners into the ground.

Like in the markets, set stop losses and limits. You don't want to throw money at a sinking ship.

>> No.16667812

Honda is the new Kodak. Look at these fucking retards doubling down against EVs while Tesla is already outselling Honda in some countries.

https://electrek.co/2019/12/26/honda-ceo-says-no-dramatic-increase-in-ev-demand/

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>>16667759
>>16667769
Thanks for the help boomers I respect your sage advice. I am HODLing my LINK despite it going up and down and not swinging because I am trying to think long term instead of being an impatient faggot like my generation usually is.

Also nice you made few hundred bucks off the Bitcoin pump. You doing margin long or just swinging?

>> No.16667820 [DELETED] 

>>16667775
That’s awesome, this person is scamming me out of $500.

1 (347) 264-0651

>> No.16667823

It's crazy reading stocktwits and everybody truly believes their stock is going to be the one to multiply by 4 sometime in the coming days.

>> No.16667829 [DELETED] 

>>16665547
Why do scammers exist?

1 (347) 264-0651

Scammed me out of $500.

>> No.16667833

>>16667775
Awww hello fellow Amazon chad

>> No.16667835

>>16667829
scammers exist because of retards like you

>> No.16667839

>>16667773
Best decision I ever made was to get rid of personal social media and other soul sucking applications. Your real friends will think you're a freak at first and some "friends" will flat out no longer be friends with you. Only reason I have a smart phone is for business and to keep an eye on my stonk positions.

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My first option trade, I’m pretty new so forgive me. Seemed like a safe bet. This expires when the market closes tomorrow, correct? I know I’ll take a .34 theta.

I might just take my $15 and feel happy I made something on my first call, but I do think it will breach $20 premarket tomorrow. What do you guys think?

I know it’s not a lot of money. I’m just learning before I invest more.

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decent day for prison REIT's CXW and GEO as well as AAPL and TQQQ.

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Ding anon is out on assignment. Posting dings in his absence.

DING DING DING DING DING

How did ya do? What did ya buy? What did ya sell? How do ya feel? What's the word? What's the story? What's the plan?

I did good today on my stocks that also have US listing (i trade leaf stocks mostly- leaf markets closed today). Shiny rocks breaking free! US listed stocks MCD and BILI were neutral flat.

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>>16667795
>>16666048
GAY FAKE LAME DAY

I should’ve listened to my instincts and bought more LLY and PEP calls an hour ago.

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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>>16667846
Up a bit

>> No.16667867

>>16667846
I'm holding a ton of FCEL and today was GLORIOUS. Hoping to continue the uptrend tomorow

>> No.16667868

>>16667749
I mean yeah you could go the typical route and invest for the long term in a company like intel. But I think most people are overlooking Nokia and Eric simply because they currently have bad statistics and are much smaller than the large players, which will most likely change in the 2020s in the fresh tech boom. I added Ericsson to my growth portfolio back in early 2018, I will just sit on it for the next decade.

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STOCKS AT THE CLOSE:
- Dow up 0.38% (Record High)
- Nasdaq up 0.78% (Record High)
- S&P up 0.52% (Record High)

Just bullish upon bullish

>> No.16667891

>>16667851
>>16667855
zoomer observing these gains, might I ask what percent of your options positions are gaining and what makes your portfolio? I tried options before but got discouraged because I lost or I either gained but held and it made my option defunct.

Thanks I'm tryna learn guys. Looks way better than crypto rn

>> No.16667893

>>16667887
but the treasuries inverted !
but the trade war ! the impeachment !

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>>16667868
People are sleeping on the Blackberry rebound. Including me. I might maybe buy in tomorrow as long as the index remains stable. The chart looks good for some more upside. The problem is I'm also seeing some drawdown incoming on the indexes and speculative tech trades might not be the best direction for me to take at this juncture. We'll see.

>> No.16667904

dingdingding fuck you , fuck amrn and fuck jannies. FUCK

>> No.16667907

>>16667887
How I learned to give up FUD and love the bull market

>> No.16667909

>>16667891
My profit today came primarily from a call I sold that is slowly degrading in value. Secondarily, Apple stock. I also lost $2 on the only option I'm actually gambling on.

>> No.16667911

>>16667893
Quarterly reminder that it is common for the indexes to break all time highs shortly following the yield inversion. THEN the trouble hits.

>> No.16667924

>>16667846
I’m 4 weeks new to trading, I fell into some traps early, but decided I’m going to be a more analytical trader. I want to make informed decisions with minimal risk for now. I’ve been spending a lot of time watching videos on stock chart patterns to watch, entry/exit points, SMA/EMA explained, etc. and I think I’m starting to understand. Maybe I’m getting a little lucky too.

CORV was good to me today, I didn’t sell yet. I bought SNSS early on because I was brand new—sold most of my shares at a profit when it spiked, offloaded the rest today. GUSH was also a winner for me today. My first call with RAD ($20) is looking promising.

My biggest loser is still CEI—I’m foolishly holding on hoping it will go back up. I refuse to lose more money to them so I’ll just have those shares forever I guess.

Anyway I appreciate all of you guys. I’m going to continue to keep my eye on bio stocks and allocate more of my investment profits to hedge funds to be safe.

>> No.16667932

>That $8 LULU call I chickened out of buying is now $14
FUUUUUUCK

>SHOP is now back at $400
FUUUUUUUUUUUCK

NO MORE CANADIAN STOCKS
BAN CANADIAN IPOS AND ADRS

>> No.16667934

Reminder that manufacturing is in recession.

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>>16667924
Forgot the pic.

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>>16667846
Could be worse, I guess

>> No.16667942

A whole bunch of SAVA inside buys happened according to the twits

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Up 8.02% mainly off of my SPY calls. Glad to see they're back on track again

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>>16667818
I usually swing trade on an exchange (I've leveraged margin in 3 occasions). But, get this: I logged into my fuck around Robin Hood account and liquidated everything at the opening bell for stonks. Decided to look at the crypto section (still as shit as I remember it being). Saw some funny patterns on the Bitcoin price action and went all in. Green dildo immediately after. Sold the top. Sheer dumb luck.
>mfw RH does fractional crypto lending the Bitcoin weren't even mine.

The important thing is that you've realized your mistakes and are willing to learn. You'll get good, I have no doubt about it. Just be patient. Think long term. Well into retirement age through death long term. You're building and managing wealth, not getting rich quick.

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>he thinks FA matters post 2009

>> No.16667984

>>16667896
Well.. you probably have time considering the fact that we have been in a downtrend for over a decade and that we have to climb 70% from where we are today to look even remotely good, TA-wise.

>> No.16668003

>>16667974
thanks comfy boomer anon
so I guess if I want to swing I should use robinhood because of no fees. IDK tho RH in general is shit so like what broker do u use?

Looking into TD and Schwab that some other boomer posted to rn

>> No.16668004

>>16668002
>>16668002
>>16668002
>>16668002
>>16668002
NEW BREAD

>> No.16668005

>>16667975
Do you think it's all reading tea leaves then faggot? Pretty easy to read reports and compare to give things priority and value. That's the basis of doing FA.

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>>16667934
True and important but not as important in an economy that is increasingly less and less reliant on manufacturing.

>> No.16668024

>>16667984
Short term bullish reversal on Blackberry would be a break and hold above 8.70. Longer term reversal is up at 11.70-ish, 40% up from today's close.

>> No.16668035

>>16667942
Well, fuck. So much for the 'accumulation period below 3'
Anyway, still a 25 bagger from here.
Also, do your dd on crtx, as it is a part of doing your dd on sava

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>>16667924
You're doing well it sounds. Have strict rules for how much you are willing to lose on a trade. Get the fuck out if your stop loss is triggered and never look back. Cook up new ideas.

I would continuously lose money hopelessly chasing after a stock thinking I could DCA to the bottom and cash in on the bounce back up. I can recall maybe a trade or two that turned out. The majority of them nearly blew up my account.

>I sold all of my CORV yesterday and the things takes off on me today.

>> No.16668072

>>16668003
RH has shit spread for crypto and stocks. Use TD, Schwab, or Interactive Brokers.

>> No.16668183

>>16667868
>>16667896
will 10$ get me anywhere in the short term? I really little to no money and want to make an investment to change my financial fate, my risk rate is extremely low.

>> No.16668200

>>16668183
Not really. 100% rise is considered an excellent and rare trade. 100% on 10 bucks is... another 10 bucks.

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>>16666666
INCLUDE ME IN THE SCREENCAP

>> No.16668398

Guranteed there's going to be a stock market crash before 2020. It always happens every 12 years.

>> No.16668435

>>16668200
so what do I need to gain massive profits?, I can't take out loans because I'n not qualified or ever owned a credit card.

>> No.16668452

>>16668398
Well we're close enough to 2020 that you may as well give us a day so we can @ you with Wojaks when the market crashes.

>> No.16668470

>>16668452
So does does this mean I still have a chance to buy a lot of 5g and weed stock? if so I want the crash now and hard

>> No.16668524

>>16668470
>Wanting to buy Weed stock
>Believing in 5g even though most implementations aren't even improvements over 4g
Never going to make it. At least you're smart enough to wait for discounts, though.

>> No.16668528

>>16668398

Please short the market all the way down if your that confident.

>> No.16668536

>>16668524
I couldn't give much of a fuck what 5g does, as long as the market moons is all I care about

>> No.16668794

>>16667855
What app is this?

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>>16666666
The digits came and went

>> No.16668951

>>16668794
Robin Hood

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