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The market of love

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>> No.16725769
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Just to be a bitch. Also buy ketchup.

>> No.16725785

How do I into value investing

>> No.16725786

I am praying GALT gets bought. The comments on stockwits are getting to me and I'm starting to worry it's going to be a big fail on my part.

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Meme stocks on the rise. 7s don't lie!

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>tfw INPX

>> No.16725800

Fuck INPX.

>> No.16725802

remember to take your profits before close

>> No.16725810


>> No.16725813

Maybe i'll start making small positions in these penny stocks

>> No.16725815


B..but why friendo?

>> No.16725816

Why would I want to make money for once

>> No.16725825
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Your worst investment of 2019?
I'll start with mine.
Down 17%

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>family had an intervention
>realize that I'm alienating everybody I talk to because I keep shilling them fijian gold mining micro-caps
>realize I haven't bought anything that hedges risk; actually don't have any idea how to manage risk or what diversification is
>haven't had sex
>haven't made a profit
>never knew that graphs came with indicators that indicate periods where stocks may be over bought or sold; that would have been really useful
I've been making money after a long period of not making money. My actual skill level at trading stocks has been getting more honed because I put more 'skin in the game' (that's exposure; look up what that means on your own lol). It's taken a lot of loss to get to this point but I've finally 'gotten' it, you know? Actually I take it all back, I lose a lot of money because I invest in penny stocks lol. I really do know how to trade stocks. I just invest poorly on purpose. All the loses that I've taken are cause I really don't care too much about losing money, I can just make it all back. I just need to consistently make 100% every week and life's perfect.
How do I talk to girls?

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you buy shitty stocks getting already taken over by hostile activist investors like Starboard/Icahn

>> No.16725841

The disposition effect:

>> No.16725854

I lost so much money on NVAX

>> No.16725871

They make the Impella, a PRPSD (perrectal prostate stimulation device).
But concerns about its safety have dragged down the stock.

>> No.16725876

Tried to be a bear for a week during June. That was when the stock market miraculously discovered boundless optimism with endless fields of green after a month of crashing. Lost 26K in a month

>> No.16725880

What comments fren

>> No.16725885

finally ADXS reach 1.00 after holding at the .40 range since november

>> No.16725901

having a cash position

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>> No.16725924

up 175% on ADXS, unsure how high it can go

>> No.16725928
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Big fail? what is that to you?

>> No.16725931

Does anyone here do roth or traditional ira? What are good portfolio holds?

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>> No.16725949

target retirement funds

>> No.16725951
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>The comments on stockwits are getting to me

>> No.16725972

Better than a SPY or VOO?

>> No.16726013

they're pretty much the same thing when you're young based on it's equity exposure based on your retirement date, then transitions into more bond holdings are you approach retirement. it's a convenient "set it and forget it" approach. VOO is also fine, and a bit cheaper to hold vs. SPY, but you wouldnt want100% allocation when you're 65.

>> No.16726014

>Clinical Data shows GR-MD-02 failed to meet its primary and secondary endpoints in the NASH-FX trial....More dilution is around the corner with management’s unmerited 50% pay increase and no significant revenue generated. egarding GALTs NASH-FX trial, was the clinical data ever release for Fibrosis? Press release just says GR-MD-02 failed to meet its primary and secondary endpoints. Did GR-MD-02 even outperform placebo with respect to Fibrosis improvement?

>> No.16726025

I have $60,000 I am new to stock market investing. What should I do with my money? I am pretty risk averse as I am saving to buy a house in the next 2-3 years.

>> No.16726028


Oh no, Savanon plz help.

Save us with your reassuring rhetoric.

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are you getting more frens in 2020?

>> No.16726037

Throw it all into SPX

>> No.16726044

>avoided GALT entirely


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>> No.16726051

If you're hoping to take that money out in that time frame, you should probably just get bonds or something that has guaranteed returns. Long-term investing, ETFs are the better play, but it's very possible we get a crash at some point in the next year or two, and then you'd be stuck waiting for recovery.

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CES next week

>> No.16726062

Thinking about throwing some money at ROYT for earnings but seems like a hard gamble. y/n?

>> No.16726065

Give it to me, I still need 20K to pay off my student loan.

>> No.16726097

Ok, but the interest rate will be 8 percent for my loan.

>> No.16726110

Serious question, shouldnt you be able to tell how misleading that is purely by the fact that they are going to a phase 3 testing? It apparently failed everything but the fda said just change to an adaptive trial and youre good to go?

As for dilution, wont happen for quite a while. If at all. they just had the RO and heavy costs don't come into play til P3 is underway.

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INPX chads, where you at

>> No.16726162

SELL!! All INPX gains will be lost like nothing happened

>> No.16726181

Is now a good time to sell FB?

>> No.16726185

I hope not, I just bought in

>> No.16726194

Stop order sold at 0.15 LOL, got in at 0.1 so still have like 1100 usd profit in 2 days so can't complain but I feel worse because of how high it went.

>> No.16726197

It failed because the time was too little to see the difference and the highest (8mg) dose was too high to achieve the effect. The 2mg dose showed good results, but optimal one is 4mg. Messing it up was the greatest sin old CEO. Look at the data in their presentation or their gastro paper. The drug works, it shouldn't be a concern. Also the endpoints changed quite a bit recently as per new fda guidelines.bon the other hand, other drugs continue to fail, see icpt for example. Poor icpt longs are trashing the galt board because of this

>> No.16726205

Its Ogre for Bozo

>> No.16726219

Just put 50 bucks in at .08 when that anon brought it up the other day. Wish I put more on but I have got memed on too many times

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they should add fortunes to /biz/

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>> No.16726232

I’m unironically putting all of my Roth IRA into QYLD, I just love divvies so much

>> No.16726239

what are the best high yield dividend stocks you guys hold? Talking about 10%+ dividends.

>> No.16726246

I don't know man, I only wish there was some sign that everything will be okay.

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based retard

>> No.16726255

I had been watching it. Should have just bit the bullet and bought it

>> No.16726257

will probably put most of it in short term bonds. my. only concern is that FED raises interest rates this year, making my bond holdings go down. How volatile are 1-3 year bonds w/ respect to rate hikes?

>> No.16726324

I have RA. Its gonna merge with INF this year, dunno how that will affect the price. Also DSL is close to 10%.

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10.2 million nasdaq BILI shares traded with an hour and half still to go. This is bananas.

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nasdaq climbing vertically, having a stroke again! no wonder aapl and msft are big part of
sp500 weighting alone..berkshire in top5 too and their biggest holding is aapl ofcourse. pension funds/euros/asians buy these two mad. so if you trading sp500 or nasdaq you could get directions from aapl and msft alone prolly


>> No.16726373

newboomer here, how do you find promising stonks that aren't controlled by our masters?

>> No.16726380


Friend, people keep saying to sell INPX profits today cus it's going to plummet back..

Anyone know If this is true? Why did the numbers pump today? Will there be long term success??

>> No.16726386

Silver coiling up for a push against the biggest resistance between current and September high. $18.25-30ish. If that breaks it's heading straight back to 19.64.

>> No.16726410

what platform is this?

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>aren't controlled
No such thing. Stonks always take the path of least resistance and greatest profit potential. If up is the easiest, up is the way. And vice versa. Use stock screeners like finviz and skim around here and biz media for mentioned stocks, have a look at those and decide if they're something you think is interesting or not.

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>> No.16726436

Seems to be a yo-yo right now though

>> No.16726446

Is SSO and QLD owned by Chads?

>> No.16726461

Queensland is owned by the Australian government

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Aside from you and our boy Pendy, no one here could interpret the data. Its a large reason why people shit on the stock.

>> No.16726504

Anyone else know some stocks I could buy for pennies? Want to see if there are any other bets similar out there

>> No.16726505

new to /smg/. how legit are the galt shills here? Is /smg/ pro galt in general or just a few?

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>people shit on the stock because they don’t understand the data

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Listen up you motherfuckers. Buy cheese, buy ketchup, and buy kool aid for your negroids.

>> No.16726519

But there is. The drug is 100%, the new trial design seems to be as well. Only questions here are the funding and time. I don't think there is a drug out there in trials with more stable scientific evidence behind. Also remember that nash is not thr main point here, cancer is. Their drug is a key modulator of tumor microenvironment, and controls metastasis to a great extent. Galt has the drug, and patents, there is no way around them. Also, checkpoint inhibitors tend to mess up the heart, but galectin inhubition can prevent this. I can imagine everyone with cancer getting this thing in 6 or so years as an addon at least

>> No.16726523

Bull flag. However, keep in mind metals are prone to bart patterns so it's not as reliable a pattern for them as it is for company stocks.

>> No.16726531

> want to get into gold and silver mining stock market
> everyone keeps telling me the collapse is coming due to everything being an overpriced bubble

Wish there was some way to know if the mechanisms they’ve developed after the last collapse will protect the market from getting rekt again. Buy low, sell high doesnt work when everyting is already high and keeps going higher.

>> No.16726573

all of the ideas generated on /smg/ are from a stock scanner of what's moved a lot recently, or ideas borrowed from other stock shilling forums. take all ideas with a grain of salt.

>> No.16726574


Daily reminder that I was mocked for putting 80k in at 32.

>> No.16726581

>overpriced bubble
Look at the charts. Gold is only up 5% since the November 12th low. It and silver both have plenty of room to move. Now palladium, on the other hand, is a little bubbly at this point with a 135% rise since August.

>> No.16726582

I didn't do the interpretation here though. It's in their latest paper for instance, and their presentation. It's very clean. The highest dose in their trial had the effect of placebo, so if you put 2mg and 8mg in a bucket and compare it to placebo, the difference is hard to see, but for some reason this made the headlines.

>> No.16726596

>tfw I was hoping for another dip below 30 before buying in
I’m happy for you...

>> No.16726599

What do you think of buying lithium? A metal used in all rechargable batteries.

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> mfw AMD

>> No.16726607

just picked up 2 more shares of IRM, down 4.5% today. 8 percent divvy. not sure i'm going to add more to this position and may take it off drip if any more bad news comes, but worth the risk on 60 bucks additional investment

>> No.16726617

shit man, thanks, my next big buy is going to be divvy based

>> No.16726627

Yes, but the !any detractors are only ever going to stop at 'failed endpoint'. Thats why its in the dumps. and people here like this >>16726514
will never use their brain. Its sadness.

>> No.16726657

Just pointing out that people are shitting on the stock because the stock has been shit.

Shoo shoo shills
Fuck off back to stocktwits

>> No.16726664

Wasn't a bad purchase. Even now wouldn't be bad to get in. I got in late but I'm still seeing growth

>> No.16726666

SAVA pumping during normal hours? BULLISH

>> No.16726667

Look at companies with low relative PEs and see if any have good moats or there are cases like ABBV where there is actually bad news but the market will sell until the value is well below and worst case scenario.

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>> No.16726702

Battery metals like lithium and cobalt are a little questionable at the moment. Both have moon potential but... i'm not convinced there's going to be an imminent bull run on those just yet. 2017 was the hot year for battery metals.

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Oof. Food bros are taking a beating today. Red across the board. One of you fatties cheer me up with a song.... Preferrably ketchup or Oscar Meyer related.

>> No.16726710

Very. I doubt we will see 6 ever again. Nothing but good news on the horizon for months to come

>> No.16726720

usually it pumps after hours. I only have 337 shares sadly.

>> No.16726722

Dudeweed is getting fucked hard. And why is China so green?

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My dad is $90k in debt with zero assets or retirement, what do?

>> No.16726735


Fugg will we ever see a significant dip on SAVA?

I've got 7 shares at 1.90 and am so ready to go all in if it get below like $5

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Big oof. Find a better dad.

>> No.16726760

>I've got 7 shares at 1.90
Man I got 279 at that price.....then I maxed out my IRA so I started DCA'ing on RH @ 2.16 and then it fucking exploded literally the next day. My cost avg there is 4.99

>> No.16726763

Can someone redpill me of sava? Why is everyone so bullish? Too late to buy?

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>> No.16726775

>gj ngg ID
Help him out by teaching him about fiscal responsibility i guess. Or pay down some of it for him, maybe tell him it will be a 0 interest loan if he feels bad about his son paying off his denbts.

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i've been the anon posting chup gang songs the last few threads. i stole them from a /ck/ joke. i dont even own KHC.

>> No.16726785

make him file bankruptcy

>> No.16726790

they may actually have a working treatment for alzheimers, the disease which eats up 1% of global GDP and rising as the developed world ages.

If it really works the sky is the limit.

>> No.16726795

I wish it were that easy, fren. When I asked him what his plans are for retirement, he thinks I will take care of him, which isn’t going to happen. He’s assured me that he doesn’t have any debt and pays for everything in cash. He doesn’t know I have access to his credit report (he uses the same pw for everything).

Should I send him a copy of total money makeover?

>> No.16726798

Robinhood vs Vanguard.

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Wait wait wait! I can do you one better.


>> No.16726810

>they may actually have a working treatment for alzheimers
when will we know if it works though?

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God damn what a fine day

>> No.16726824

>pay down some of it for him
Absolutely not. I’m starting a family, I can’t be cleaning up my dad’s credit card mess. He’s a typical LA asshole, leases two different Porsches and goes on cruises 2-3 times a year.
If he was making an earnest attempt I would help, but he’s just digging the hole deeper and deeper.

>> No.16726826

Could end up like WVE and the cure won't work. Health is great when people announce they may have a cure but sometimes it's good to jump ship before they an I uncle the final product. Depends on how confident you are in them.

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>And why is China so green?

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Thanks AMD chads

Should I keep holding?

>> No.16726843

I like chicken
I like liver
I hope you bought MRK below 90 when you had the chance, LHX below 200 too and LMT

>> No.16726845

>He’s assured me that he doesn’t have any debt and pays for everything in cash. He doesn’t know I have access to his credit report (he uses the same pw for everything).

Your dad sounds like a bag of shit and he's going to fuck you over. You have been warned.

>> No.16726847

phase 2b results due sometime 2020

Ideally it will take all year so I can lock in my short term capital gains rate as I'd like to take some profit soon but with such a small bag I wanna wait

>> No.16726849

Excellent phase2a on their alzheimers drug. Each biomarker decreased significantly in each patient in only 1 month. Safe, is a pill, affects most aspects of the pathology in a beneficial way. Nothing comes close to this. Well, except crtx, but that's pricier and will take a couple of years. Nih funds trials, so no dilition
Recently ceo bought 100k at 5.5 or so. I don't think it will dip much. It's a safe ride till 25, then 50 possibly. 100-200 will be more bumpy in 2021

>> No.16726870

Are very high yield dividend stocks a meme?

>> No.16726884

What’s this shape called?

>> No.16726888

why did AMD go up so hard?

>> No.16726895

We already know. Check their presentation and the papers referenced in it. Phase2b results can be taken for granted at this point. I don't think it will take all year though, more like spring. They only have to enroll 60 patients and they already started in september. For all i know a dozen or so people are already feeling better at this time

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...what’s THIS shape called?

When the hell do I get to buy some gold and NVDA...

>> No.16726898

>up 281% on SAVA

I could get used to this comfy.

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It depends if the dividend is sustainable or not. If the company is using a high yield to desperately hang on to their shareholders as the ship is going down, then that'd be a meme situation. You want companies with a proven track record of increasing their dividend over time. Pick the highest yielding ones from that group.

>> No.16726900

they're more risky for sure, which is why the market priced the equity low vs. the dividend, hence the high yield

>> No.16726903

>Your dad sounds like a bag of shit and he's going to fuck you over. You have been warned.
I’m well aware, I don’t trust him at all. When it comes to dealing with family like this, do you cut them off completely or try to help? Obviously I’m not lending him any money or letting him live with me but I don’t want to see my dad living on the streets like a nigger.

>> No.16726904


Gold is a monetary phenomenon. If we get inflation, it'll moon. If we get deflation, it'll get smashed just like stocks. Maybe LESS than stocks, but still smashed all the same.

Watch the Fed's actions like a hawk. If they pull the rug on monetary easing this year and actually start talking about raising rates, Gold is bound to have a bad time.

That is, unless, price inflation starts picking up due to a major trading partner like China or Saudi Arabia not wanting to trade in dollars anymore. But that's a very remote possibility.

>> No.16726905

Why was this stock valued at $160 years ago?

>> No.16726907

checked and true. High divvys are good, just look for red flags.

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>> No.16726920

I bent over backwards to help my dad for ten years after going out on my own. I just had to face up to the fact he just unhelpable. No matter how much money I gave him, he always needed more. Always.

>> No.16726925

Let's channel our power and make it close above 7 today

>> No.16726927

no idea, I only found out about it 2 months or so ago. Isn't that unusual...see also ONTX (was like $400 something, then .30 but climbing back up)

>> No.16726933

Their name was pain therapeutics and had an opioid designed in a way to prevent abuse, and ready to go, but fda said no-no

>> No.16726938

Don't give him money anon.

>> No.16726941

What are you guys buying to stave off the recession?

Heard utilities and telecom are supposed to be good buys

>> No.16726944

Haven't in a long time, but thanks

>> No.16726945

leg up, consolidation period, break out of consolidation, then....??? new leg up? That's what I'm hoping for anyway. US dollar must continue to be weak and snibby should have some control of the indexes for best chance. I am mildly concerned about index strength at the moment as that will be a headwind for precious metals. Of course, there's a possibility that we've entered one of those bizarro periods where gold is positively correlated with the markets.

>> No.16726949

Thanks guys, will do some research of my own and might buy some. Easiest way to buy as a britbong?

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It is OK anon. Your heart may have been acting in darkness but your words showed me the light. Blessed are those who come in the name of condiments. Lead us not to generic brands but deliver us to Spongebob shaped Kraft Dinner.

>> No.16726959

How do you guys manage to stay focused on other things while the market's open?

>> No.16726963

Call GALT headquarters and tell them to hurry up and sell because we need to put out profits into SAVA before it gets too high.

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typically, small pumping stocks look good in insight, in reality they are really hard to trade, the selloff begins with overnight or daily -20-30% clipping out majority investors long positions to
negative. no about sava or galt or anything i would have no specific idea or preferred trade. just saying they are probably much harder to trade than it seems. cure for alzheimer would be nice tho, same with cancer eventually there will be something big like penicillin but many have tried and yet no good meds for those illnesses

just beware with pennys, dont jump in the hole! :D


>> No.16726974

I like ibkr

>> No.16726978

What are your targets for KCH in what timeframe?

>> No.16726979

>Easiest way to buy as a britbong?
no idea, my people left Blighty over 400 years ago sorry

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>> No.16726994

My grandmother was from Leicester but moved to the US with my grandad. What's the chance I could residence/citizenship there if for some reason shit completely hits the fan over here?

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So THIS is the power of the Trump economy.

>> No.16726999

>muh SNSS calls


>> No.16727000

Because there's no reason to sit and stare at the stock when you bought in?

>> No.16727003

Sorry to hear, anon. I won’t give him money directly but if he ever wants to come around I’d pay for financial peace university or something like that.

>> No.16727004

I have a half ass wagie gig that doesn't require my full attention. Also I only work evenings during work week + weekends

>> No.16727005

Almost every time I shorted AMD, it lost me money. I would definitely hold until January 9th when their CES conference is.

After that it's a mixed bag, as it could tank hard if the sky-high expectations aren't met. And the conference starts one hour after market close, so you could be in for a rude awakening if you can't trade in that time frame. On the other hand, it could also moon even further.

Expectations for CES (plus potential leaks), target prices being rised again, news on AMD gaining marketshare left and right, news on AMD gaining a significant amount of wafer capacity in 2H 2020 from TSMC as AAPL switches to 5nm + TSMC increasing capacity, making AMD their biggest 7nm contractor starting in 2H 2020.

Plenty of good news today.

My best buddyy and his siblings got fucked pretty hard by his mom with a gambling addiction, leaving them with a fuckton of debts. But they only found out after her death (it was cancer).

That's why I'm trying to warn you. Any money you pay to him is likely lost.

>> No.16727009

I blame the system more than the person. How often do you see junkers on the road? I'll give you a hint. The (((system))) is less likely to bother you if your car is up to date. Anything you do to stick out gives the (((law))) grounds to try to fuck you. When I see someone go into debt for a vehicle, sometimes it makes more sense than what appears at first glance.

>> No.16727020

Uhm I think you can be citizen by descent only if either one of your parents is from the UK, not grandparents.

>> No.16727045

>My best buddyy and his siblings got fucked pretty hard by his mom with a gambling addiction, leaving them with a fuckton of debts. But they only found out after her death (it was cancer).
>That's why I'm trying to warn you. Any money you pay to him is likely lost.
Advice heeded, anon. Sorry to hear about your friend.

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>What are you guys buying to stave off the recession?
there's a recession coming? when?

>> No.16727050

I feel fucking retarded for investing in crypto instead of stocks. Is it too late to get in? I feel like the bubble is about to burst.

>> No.16727056

Getting DU interested in sava might unironically work

>> No.16727058
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Holy crap I don’t like it when all the things I want to buy go up, even the cheapier stocks. I wanted to play CSCO in 2020!

Sounds about right

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perfect time to get in

>> No.16727065

Yield curve inverted in August which means recession this year. When the news comes out boomers will panic sell

>> No.16727070

> Sorry to hear about your friend.

He works extra hard to get into even higher positions within his company. He's going to be fine.

>> No.16727073

I have a safe filled with silver but I want to get into stocks now. if it hasn't burst after all the crap of the 2010's I don't know why it would burst any time soon.

>> No.16727074

Time in market > Timing the market
Remember 2008 and the great recession? Look at how we've not only recovered completely but shot to new heights.

>> No.16727078

oh wow thanks anon, very high IQ post. you're definitely not just repeating what you read somewhere else. i can tell you've reached this conclusion based on your own hard work and analysis. appreciate the insight.

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>dude just wait 50 years lmao

>> No.16727087

Comparing Japan to the US? Please

>> No.16727091

If you're not a brainlet you should see a pattern emerge


You've been warned

>> No.16727093

>he doesn't know

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So should I sell my AMRN call? Doubtful of it having a mass buy out and the stock is easily pumped and dumped as in that one period last month where it pumped and dumped massively during hours that you could not close out a call.

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>> No.16727105

>seething bearfaggots trying to cope

>> No.16727122

Best short term investment for $32k? Need a better place to park my cash for a year than a 2.05% savings account.

>> No.16727125


His take isn't unprecedented. If you do a Google News search targeted in late 2007 for "yield curve" you'll see the same debate raging on.

It's just a question of how long the Fed wants to keep this going.

>> No.16727140

index funds

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There were lots of screaming alarms in 2007, not just QE and yield curve and PE’s.

>> No.16727150


Index fund, though I'd be weary of going all in at these levels. The market is overvalued in historical terms. That doesn't mean it can't keep being overvalued but all it would take is for the US-China talks to break down or the Fed to talk about tightening monetary policy and you've done your dough.

>> No.16727154

Imagine sitting on cash while 80% of the equity market had 30% gains in a year because of the bond curve boogieman

>> No.16727165

>want to ask /smg/ wtf TIPS do
>google “TIPS investopdia” instead
Dude woah

>> No.16727169

A nice balance of 80% sava and 20% galt calls, or 100% sava, depending on your risk tolerance

>> No.16727172

i have about 320K in the market...I'm keeping 50K in cash for "just in case theres a correction" moment.

>> No.16727173

when aapl hits 300 I might just upgrade my iphone 7 out of gratitude

>> No.16727175


>> No.16727182

CNBC options man says “taking profits in chink stonks” mentioned BILI by name

I wish I’d bought more BILI calls... there’s more call buying in the market today

>> No.16727188

What does smg think of good old Bill?

>> No.16727191

I've always bought VTSAX but I'm hesitant of buying at all-time highs.

>> No.16727192


The reason why sub-prime blew up was ultimately the higher interest rates that the Fed instituted in 2005/2006.

It's all about liquidity. Obviously monetary expansion directed into the hands of the few is going to result in asset inflation. That's just a given.

>> No.16727204

>before it was 2/3 galt and 1/3 sava, now going full sava is recommended

>> No.16727213

That's really surprising to me, how can mortgage payments have fallen to such a low percent of income when home prices are as ridiculous as ever and wages are stagnant? Not trying to be an ass just want to know.

>> No.16727215



>> No.16727224

Low interest rates

>> No.16727233

You don't sit on cash when there's a yield curve inversion, you sell bonds that just appreciated, buy the dip in stocks, and then sell ATH 9 months later, buy gold, then the fed announces there was a recession and you watch your shiny rocks moon. Then sell ATH a few months later and buy the dip in stocks

>> No.16727234

Ordinarily I would take at least partial profit on a single day move this big. But the volume! THE ABSOLUTE VOLUME! It's set for probably 11.5 million shares traded by closing bell.

>> No.16727243

Wow it's so easy! Why do people hate money haha.

>> No.16727254

It is, people intuitively buy things that are going up in value and sell things that are going down in value when the reverse strategy is how you make money.

>> No.16727260

Hmm I thought that interest rates had been low since the early 2000's didn't remember that rates were raised in the mid 2000's

>> No.16727261

Nah, that's just the short term risk-free option. Galt might crab short term or 2x, but sava is pretty sure 3x by summer at least. Galt has to be bought out to beat sava returns, and it's a gamble in the short term.

>> No.16727262

If I would have put 1k in this morning I'd have 2k.

If I had out in 1k in a few weeks ago I'd have 4.5 k

If I had out in 7k a few weeks ago I'd have 32k.

If I had put all my stock money 20k in a few weeks ago I'd have 91k

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>AAPL 300

God I love this company

>> No.16727272


If you're hesitant at buying at these levels, you should either be sitting in cash waiting for when you are comfortable or figuring out an asset to be in to profit from a wider stock decline.

Rare Earth Metal stocks may be bottoming soon with the US-China trade deal supposedly being signed on the 15th of this month.

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Honestly my target is it getting back up closer to it's book value. Somewhere in the low 40's. As for timeframe... the sooner the better.

>> No.16727294

>took 50% profits on calls at 10 this morning
damn, i should have kept going

>> No.16727313

You know 200% gain in stock triples your money right ?

>> No.16727326

How many people are doing technical analysis and how many are just watching the news?

>> No.16727334

i'm not doing TA and intentionally ignoring the news, if that helps

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don't know how to do TA and I don't watch the news.

>> No.16727357

what are your decisions based on? or did you just do research a while ago and forgot about it for your mental health's sake?

>> No.16727360

I do not. Never had a 200 percent gain in a stonk

>> No.16727365
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Ding ding ding! How did everyone do today? I'm down .66%, yucky day but not horrible. Everything a little red across the board except for MCD and Resort Bo(e)in(g). Covvies sitting snugly in their nests after Tuesday's redicc pop, feels good.

>> No.16727370

>what are your decisions based on?
the belief that tomorrow will always be better than today, especially with technological advances.

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Up 12%, the market has been extremely kind lately

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Up 7.15% because AMD is based as fuck.

>> No.16727397

1.8% up for the day thanks to the mighty SOXL

>> No.16727398

>what are your decisions based on? or did you just do research a while ago and forgot about it for your mental health's sake?

Well, 91% of my wealth I let a roboadvisor handle. I fuck with the rest myself (that's the now at closing 65% gains you see) and I stick MOSTLY to healthcare because that's what I work in, so I know it. I am a long term buy and hold so daily movement doesn't mean much to me.

try and get into companies that will do well long term or sectors with a lot of promise like robotics.

I have a high income and a lot of disposable cash so I can afford to be chill about this shit.

>> No.16727401

Is putting everything in divvies and other similar income investments a bad idea? I just love them so much

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Up 8.39%, led by ONTX and my MSFT and SPY calls. Could have been more but tried to swing LK and got burnt, but you win some you lose some

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My best day in a week

>> No.16727414

I sold out of this position a few weeks back at a loss. SOFT HANDS

>> No.16727423

Up 8%, but wish I had less GALT and more SAVA right now.

>> No.16727424

up around 2500 across platforms, comfy

>> No.16727434

Just put in a significant amount the past few days (was dealing with less than $100 last month, put in more than $800 just today and yesterday. Up 0.42% thanks to buying AMD today (should have bought back in earlier), b-but the fluctuations at this level are really tweaking me out. Should I worry about diversification at this point, or is that more for when I have hundreds of shares?

>> No.16727438

The Russell 2000 had a pretty shitty day. What's up with that?

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Nice dubs
I have 1000 shares of IPNX
I bought 700 out of a hunch last week when I saw their history and what their industry is. So today during the bull run I sold my AMD and bought another 300 shares. Sitting comfy with a suicide stack.
I think since this is a data company the shit will moon. The data industry is only going to be getting bigger in 2020 and they are recuperating from the 3. or 6 dollars they were at before.
pic related

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It was a good day. Up 1.12% on the day. Only 3 positions in my current portfolio. UPRO, YTEN, and CORV. I like to look at danger straight in the face.

Who here /swing trader/?

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Whoa-oah. Living on a prayer!

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Just means that small caps had a bad day over all. If the Russell starts lagging or takes a shit, this is how we know that the economy as a whole is in danger.

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Not sure what that crazy spike up and down was at the end of the day. Lots of drug stocks making big moves today.

BMY and IBB calls are literally breaking my balls, while MRK calls are giving my account CPR.

Bernanke did this “lock step rate hike” thing that was nuts. Like “well we committed to raising rates every quarter, so surely the market, the lenders, the borrowers, and all the parts of the economy are expecting us to raise rates and have prepared for it”
Really not chill. Imagine if Powell had just said “we said we’re doing it so we’re doing it” and raised rates instead of pivoting.

Some random thoughts: I think the national debate around that time had been throwing around the term “flip-flopper” at the time, especially in regards to presidential politics. When people start bashing the idea of changing your mind because of new evidence, that could really lead towards some pig-headed stupid moves.

>> No.16727478

Reminder that SPY only goes up

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They’ve been lagging for almost the whole decade... that’s not the greatest indicator.
Cute cake

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Splendiferous big baller day! Two big pumps from BILI (+12.5%) and Ballard Power (+11.5% with high of day close). MCD made a technically meaningful move above resistance today. My mining stocks were more mixed despite the upwards momentum of gold. KL closed green after spending the majority of the day red. Barrick mild red. Small cap Aurion Resources up 2%. Ivanhoe down 1%. Stopped out of yesterday's toe dip on Transalta Renewables, buyers frittered away to greener pastures I think.

>> No.16727499

Up 4.8%, god it feels comfy. Thank you based NRG.V and SAVA.
Opened positions in SAVA, SOXL, EQX and NRN today, I am ready to embrace the golden bull

>> No.16727526

That graph is extremely alarming. Holy shit.

>> No.16727533
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Today was good. If this is a sign of how the year will go I'm all for it.

>> No.16727537

Nice call on Honeywell. I've had it on watchlist for a while but never bit.

>> No.16727553
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SOXL is the answer. Face it. Semiconductors are crack in all but name. The desire for newer, faster, more is insatiable. Computers, GPUs, self-driving electric cars, AI enhanced smartphones, medical devices, microcontrollers, networkinging gear, machine learning, surveillance, infrastructure, war machines, the list is endless. No matter how many cores, or how fast and efficient, demand requires bigger, faster, cheaper, and better. The clamor for fresh silicon gives nary shit for national identity, creed, hue, gender, asshole virginity or other vain conceit; the multitude speaks in singular. The plea: semiconductor.
SOXL couples a single ETF entry point with the the best companies in the semiconductor space then pushes these already stellar returns to the limit with 3x leverage, all responsibly managed via daily rebalancing to boot. SOXL aligns your economic interests with powerhouses like Nvidia, Qualcomm, Intel, Broadcom, Micron, Texas Instruments, Applied Materials, et al. Real tech companies with innovative products people want, not """tech""" """companies""" pushing shitty ads.
In the last 7 years, SOXL has exploded over 42x yet still we are early. Semiconductor growth will proceed exponentially until every viable space is saturated with it. This is a fait accompli; the sheer number of interested parties and obviously compelling outcomes make it so. The injection of increasingly compact and efficient sensors, microcontrollers, information processing, and storage into everywhere and everything will be this era's seminal revolution, a revolution with SOXL holders planted firmly at the receiving end.
Stop waiting for the "pullback". Where we're going, fretting over a few dollars is meaningless. The deliberation is over; waiting is a failure mode. Now. Buy it now.

>> No.16727563

What? It’s extremely bullish for 2019/2020

>> No.16727581

>YTEN up 10%

shi this was on my radar for some reason I can't recall but i never pulled the trigger

>> No.16727585
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>everything this guy said except it's ketchup.

>> No.16727586
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So this is the power of CRAB...

>> No.16727590

Why don’t you zoom out to the “all time” chart and tell me what you think of that company

>> No.16727632

>bought in at <$6
>sold at $32
>bought back in at $29
Thank goodness I browse /g/ tbqh.

>> No.16727633
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Today was indeed a bretty good day.

>> No.16727664

I've been hopping on and off AMD options. Been pretty good. Not as good as your gains though considering some of the losses.

>> No.16727667

Well, pharmacucks and memegamblers?

Holy fuckkng based

>> No.16727677

What the fuck are you holding?

>> No.16727689

I thought Moore's law was no longer in place?

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Nice one Anon

>> No.16727691

Shit. What kind of crazy option trade is that?

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>> No.16727711

I just got online what in the fuck is going on? Mirin AMD

>> No.16727716

China decided it was their turn to goose the market

>> No.16727721


>Really not chill. Imagine if Powell had just said “we said we’re doing it so we’re doing it” and raised rates instead of pivoting.

There was a very real risk of some heavy inflation around that time period though. Remember, oil peaked at $180 per barrel in 2006ish.

The Fed's modus operandi is to raise rates when they think they can get away with it (booming economy) or when they are forced to (inflation expectations running high).

A more cynical view would be to say that the Fed raises rates when they want markets to crater.

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The Jews fear the burger.

>> No.16727728

let the profits run brah

>> No.16727729

It's been hovering around .30 cents, can't see it shooting up too much more unless you know something I don't

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What's with all the KHC posting?

>> No.16727742

trash stock.

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Thoughts anons?

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Opened with just AMD closed holding AMD, NFLX, and SPY calls.

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Did this guy kill himself yet or nah?

>> No.16727797

>betting against >>16727756
I sure hope so

>> No.16727799

Starting at 22nm beartards were mewling about the end of Moore's law yet here we are at 7 with plans all the way down to 1nm on the drawing board. Of course by the time we get there, new methods will have been discovered. Maybe we switch from silicon to graphene, maybe 3 dimensional circuits or optical pathways. Then consider transistor density is only a single vector towards more powerful hardware. There are many more like multicore, specialized hardware like DSPs and TPUs. Also graphics processors, etc. Even if Moores's law ended tomorrow, there's still the build out and advances in software that will induce demand. We have a looong way to go no matter what happens. Buy now

>> No.16727801

lithium is over produced and there isnt enough demand atm, prices got fucked in q4. i would wait

>> No.16727803

How do calls work?

>> No.16727805

News story out on Occidental Petroleum and Warren Buffett. So this is why Buffett invested in OXY. It was the Anadarko bid last year. Berkshire and France Total SA pumped cash in to OXY which then allowed OXY to beat out Chevron in the takeover bid for Anadarko.

Keep a close eye on OXY stock this month. It might break out if oil remains strong.

>> No.16727859

Just google it....

>> No.16727864

No I think it’s trash and am shorting it

>> No.16727867

What part of this is news though? We knew buffett lent cash to oxy months before we knew he added shares to berkshire.

He made out like a bandit on the deal, check out the interest Oxy agreed to pay.

I did a thing bruh...
I added NRZ to my IRA yesterday... real gamble time.

(Also added USOI today, don't fuck me over donald)

>> No.16727901

It's already up 11% over the last month, and it's got a long way it could go before catching up to where it was a year ago. Seems good

>> No.16727922

It'd be good if I got in when it was .045. that's a lot of growth at that point.

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>What part of this is news though?
It's not. The article just explains the connection and why OXY managed to win the Anadarko bid. I hadn't dug too deep in to OXY as the chart looked god awful to me (still kinda does) so I wasn't aware of the situation, news to me etc.

I don't normally pay much attention to yahoo news but it pops up in tradingview's news tracking a lot and sometimes I get clickbaited. There's a pottery tier exchange on one of the articles by long time never-Trumper, Rick Newman.
>Newman puts out article today with headline: Why Trump Will Lose 2020
>second comment below article reads:
>"Let's look at some of Rick Newman's other predictions:
>Clinton is still a huge favorite to win
>He wrote the day after the election about the Trump recession.
>The downturn under a President Trump would last longer than the Great Recession.
>Three point five million jobs would be lost,
>Unemployment would be up to 7%,
>House prices would collapse.
>I'm curious, he is listed as an Author and Senior Columnist.
>Are his books and columns listed under fiction?

that's good banter

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Do you want to keep asking questions or do you want to be drowned in a mixture of Oscar Mayer bologna and A1 steak sauce?

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Best 2020 ideas desu-sempai?
Hoping for a nice CSCO and KO dip. And ANY weakness in NVDA...

Still like MRK, might buy more NTDOY when the japs get back.

buzz around the deal has not been good, I'm going with owning the commodity/covered call ETF for 2020.
Is he a real person?

Yahoofinance has all these trolls about politics that I wish would shut the fuck up. Republican's Rock [sic] bashing on Merck because of their black CEO, claiming Trump would somehow crush them... like what dude? Shut the fuck up if you're not actually talking about my stock. Also the bantz of "lots of shorts/longs/whatever getting burned, must be those idiot Trump/Hillary supporters? Like what? If it were 2016 maybe this would make a tiny bit of sense but just... shut the fuck up maybe?

>> No.16728017

Scary man! It's right on the nose for book value right now. I'm a bit worried about about the dividend coverage.

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>he watches shark tank

>> No.16728033

Yeah would of been nice but at this point it has a higher chance of dropping than going up. News was awhile ago. Must of been delayed reaction today

>> No.16728040

Reminder you can now max out your 2020 IRA, $6000 maximum contribution

>> No.16728043

Your dad is a piece of shit and you should ghost him.

>> No.16728046

I am going to buy an AMD CPU and graphics card when I upgrade my PC this year

>> No.16728052

I regret ever buying SNSS so much

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>Best 2020 ideas desu-sempai?
I remain bullish on China and sustainable energy stocks. Bullish (for now) on precious metals still so long as demand remains high, dollar is questionable, and fed does not hike rates. Bearish on banks.

>> No.16728056

10k straight into sp500 or dca 6 months?

>> No.16728063

Oh speaking of which, for leaf anons, the 2020 TFSA contribution limit is also $6k.

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Fuck you. I am the shark tank.

>> No.16728098

How much do you have?

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>> No.16728113
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I don't even make enough to max my 401k yet (without impoverishing my lifestyle).

But maybe by next year I will.

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CSCO, KO, and MRK... the real Dudes of the Dow

interesting very...
I know we've had some anons make some money off sunrun, and Buffett has some wind energy company but he says he's only doing it because the gov't subsidizes it to make it profitable.

Chinkshit... I know there's a lot of money to be made when Xi is willing to prop up dumpster fires like NIO... I'm only in BILI because it's cute as fuck and they've got Elon and Marx on their side.

And FGO... shit I should've bought more instead of just that one call.

Did you take the opportunity to buy based KO and PEP today? Also a very nice dip in MRK that majorly reversed...

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Goddamn right. Cute as fuck in this /smg/

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Im stacking UNG and NATH

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How's he ever going to focus on his company now? Bad sign, sell signal, next thing you know he'll be moving to africa and building a fuck-bunker

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>because the gov't subsidizes it to make it profitable.
This is precisely why i'm bullish on that sector. Whether you're a devotee of man made climate change and the heavily political influence on the interpretation of data thereof, the fact is that money is flowing towards sustainable energy and, so, those stocks should be strong this year. Probably.

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You know I got shit going with those colas. Tied up a big % in KHC though. It's just getting my willy hard seeing the CFOs switch around and watching the one guy go back to 3G. You know Buffet's momma didn't raise no dummy. He knows he fucked up with Kraft but he's not just gonna take it like a bitch. That old man is gonna put foot to ass until he's rolling in big green sacks.

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went all in at .07 bro, time to relax

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I'm that obsessed with investing I've just done a 17 hour shift at my £9 an hour job, lads.

0500 - 2200

>> No.16728181

Good gravy! I've done 12 hour shifts a few times and wanted to die each time.

>> No.16728187

>he thinks I will take care of him
Move to a state without filial responsibility laws, fucking immediately

>> No.16728199

DF, like a 90% loss on an inital investment of $1000.

>> No.16728201

I'm surprised they let me do it, I was driving for the last 7 hours - in store for the first 10.

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I see it as people completely ignoring debt payments and just throwing statements in the trash. How do you see it?

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This is a good strategy. Degenerate gamblers will/have create(d) liquidity for who ever is pumping and will get trapped after it dumps.

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god damn Just noticed the nasdaq 100 is up almost 2% today
Golden Bulls win again

>> No.16728242

Mate, it's a memestock. It's going to dump hard.

>> No.16728257

...are you retarded?

>> No.16728271

what site do you guys use to look at fundamentals?

>> No.16728272

Good start to 2020. ONTX is on fire again. More large institutions are buying in, good news is seemingly not far away cause they're getting deals lined up to really ramp up production once the good news pops. At which point this ultra cheap price won't be for long. God, yes I'll be fucking happy if this hits 2.5, but if this hits 10 I'll be really fucking happy and prob have a heart attack cause I've got 12,100 shares. 121,000.00 richer.. in an eye blink.

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>tfw doing 16 hour shifts at $63/hr

>> No.16728302

My brain is working at half capacity right now so probably

>> No.16728313

10Ks. Every company will have them in their investor relations section of their website.

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sheeeiitt natty's bout as low as it gets huh?

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>> No.16728353

Not as low as it gets but certainly very low for recent couple years. August low was 2.03. Previous low before that was all the way back in March 2016 at $1.57.

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Good good. After covering to take profits watch for if many of the biggest degenerate gamblers will panic and sell their bags possibly driving the price below resistance for another drop to short again. Yes let the hate flow through the degenerates

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>> No.16728814

Is it on sale or is it dying?

>> No.16728949

That's fair. I'm not happy with how it has been going either. But I am still confident it will moon soon, the launch was just delayed because of bad dosage testing levels.

>> No.16729291

YEAH. Gonna buy the next dip again.

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