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>> No.17157280

>buy NIO tommorow

You will thank me later

>> No.17157286

First for fuck China!!!!

>> No.17157303
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Natural gas is gonna move soon. Give me cold weather forecast pls.

>> No.17157317

Why? What are your reasons?

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>> No.17157324

You can only have a 5 stock portfolio, you can never sell until you're 50. Which stocks do you choose?

>> No.17157335

2x S&P. That's it.

>> No.17157340
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people fail at trading stocks because real trading is very boring and people all want the sexy yet unpredictable spikes. most people can't handle the fact that real trading is just about finding high probability setups through some form of FA and/or TA and strictly following the rules for entering and exiting a trade with a pre-defined risk.

you'll never get the phat ass chicks if you can't get past the mental hurdles. it is known.

>> No.17157346

You're not allowed to invest in ETFs.

>> No.17157349
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>tfw market withdrawals

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>> No.17157397

SAVA got a nice little pump AH on friday, it's clear something is coming and soon.

ONTX I am going to just YOLO hold and not take profit until all 3 conferences, unless it ever reaches at least 1.50, then yeah I'll sell to cover the initial investment leaving anything else pure profit.

SNSS I am holding until the buyout, since according to SNSS Anon feels is absolutely coming.

GALT will announce Phase 3 on Tuesday, which will set gears into motion.

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Reminder to buy SDC on open tmmrw

>> No.17157442

Not sure about buyout. Might be a bit early for this but call volume lately had some serious tells. Something is coming. I don't think it's a buyout but it will be good.

>> No.17157462

>implying said oil won't be used to generate electricity despite cost-efficiency

the power move here is to centralize in one sector (electricity) 100% of the energy a nation can use. Natgas will follow the same destiny. Once you completely monopolize the primary source of energy for sets of population, through legislation, you win. Well not you or me, but them. You get the picture.

>shorting the Sp when it's full on QE fuelled
you might as well buy shitcoins

more propaganda. memevirus is done.

jesus christ. who said there was no longer natural selection in current year?

thanks. I'm saving it now, I should have done it before.

jokes aside, it describes a very palpable reality. Tech stonks, specially semiconductor stonks are bound to blow up (they actually already are) due to many obvious factors, most of which are described in said copypasta. IDGAF if it's SOXL (I don't have that one in my broker) or any other sc related ETF, this is a field that will be booming.

>> No.17157487
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gap up today

>> No.17157513

>real trading is very boring
I don't find it boring. My daily routine is just plowing through the couple hundred i have on watchlist, move the ones getting close to possible long setups on daily chart to the top, moving ones that recently rejected the setup down to the bottom. I swing trade almost entirely on TA and feel for which sectors are likely to be most durably bullish at the time. Whole deal takes about 30-60 minutes a day.

>> No.17157572

I don't find it boring at all, if anything I find it too exciting for my own good when I know that I could make way more money hitting the right spot (entry point) and forgetting about the fucking position for at least a few months. That's when I want to tweak things and do small day trading shit just to further entertain myself.

oh wait, you meant exactly that. yeah, I guess profitable trading is actually somewhat boring.

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>> No.17157649

My perspective on trading is informed by an interesting empirical observation of technological progress, i.e., it's "disappointing in the short term and surprising in the long term". I make little boring moves day to day that don't amount to a whole lot, 0.7% here, -0.2% there and so on. But when I look at my monthly and yearly progress I see how it all adds up. If trading isn't like that you are striking the right balance in my opinion and either you're a loser and not cut out for it or you are getting really lucky and will likely soon be rekt.

>> No.17157661

>If trading isn't like that you AREN'T striking the right balance
meant to say

>> No.17157690
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Berkshire Hathaway
Lockheed Martin

Shit. Maybe I should reallocate my portfolio to those stocks.

Maybe replace Apple with a food stock. Hard to choose between PEP KO and MCD.

>> No.17157708

Ok so im intrigued by SDGR Schrodinger, but someone shill it to me.

>> No.17157733

I hate food stonks, but I'd go with chipotle if I can't go with ETFs. Anyway KO has had it surge, I suppose it's MCD's turn. Movement is so slow you might as well invest in an ETF, imho.

>> No.17157744

Total new to Stocks, Trading and stuff. Just red this last Thread about coronachan:

To make money off of the event itself
>Short sell public companies operating out of that country
>Short sell ETFs for that country
>Buy option contract puts for public companies operating out of that country
>Buy option contract puts on ETFs for that country
>Short sell that country's currency

To make money in the aftermath of the event
>Purchase and hold long public companies operating out of that country
>Purchase and hold long ETFs for that country
>Buy option contract calls for public companies operating out of that country
>>Buy option contract calls on ETFs for that country
>Buy and hold long that country's currency

For a guy tryin to get into finances. How do i go from this? What stocks, etfs, Index should i short/Long right now?? Thanks in advance

>> No.17157754

He says a buyout is the only way any holder should be taking profits, so I'm going to follow his advice. I kind of wish I bought more, but his shilling wasn't that great. He kind of just said BUY SNSS for a month and when I asked why he usually just said he explained it before and didn't want to do it again. While I regret not throwing money, hindsight is 20/20 and I would have regret it more if SNSS was a dead fish.

>> No.17157769

Invest all your money in F

>> No.17157780

There will be other buyouts. Never underestimate the power of compounding.
I know a ticker but it's too early. I will post when it's time.

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>> No.17157796

Total new to Stocks, Trading and stuff. Just red this last Thread about coronachan:

To make money off of the event itself
>Short sell public companies operating out of that country
>Short sell ETFs for that country
>Buy option contract puts for public companies operating out of that country
>Buy option contract puts on ETFs for that country
>Short sell that country's currency

To make money in the aftermath of the event
>Purchase and hold long public companies operating out of that country
>Purchase and hold long ETFs for that country
>Buy option contract calls for public companies operating out of that country
>>Buy option contract calls on ETFs for that country
>Buy and hold long that country's currency

For a guy tryin to get into finances. How do i go from this? What stocks, etfs, Index should i short/Long right now?? Thanks in advance

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>>Short sell ETFs for that country
It dumped on market open and immediately rebounded and there is no way possible to tell which way it will go from here. Had you shorted this you would be rekt. The advice you're giving sounds good and is very reasonable but also entirely "wrong" in the sense that it can be reliably relied on to beat the market. It's just not that easy.

>> No.17157828

Didnt mean to repost, sry. Stupid Ass iPad...

>> No.17157840

This is such old news now. You should’ve been paying attention a month ago.

If you’re going to trade off headlines alone, at least make sure they’re fresh headlines.

And that advice was for the same “how do I profit from this” idiot who always comes and claims a country is about to hit a recession or a tech giant (Apple/microsoft/google/amazon) has been hacked and is going to take a hit because of serious problems with privacy and security and how do I profit from this.

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what do you think?

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same, just found out about them. some anon in a previous /smg/ was larping that he was a researchfag and it was the greatest company ever and it was pretty convincing. someone give me more hopium

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It might be a bit late to make money on coronachan, unless things really take a turn for the worse (e.g it goes pandemic on a western country)
Both the fed and the CCP have been injecting funds into the market like crazy in order to quell coronachan fears, it appears to have mostly worked.
Though I'm sure you'll still get a couple chances to buy the china dip as the usual cycle of good and bad news comes out of the country.

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Buy AMD before it's too late.


>> No.17157950

im hoping it drops on monday over nCoV fears and i can buy more cheapies before people wake up to the apple news.

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Thought apple was trying to switch to all ARM on their platforms, maybe they gave up on that dream? Or maybe this is a stopgap?
I'm sure AMD would have been more than willing to sign a relatively short term deal (in comparison to Intel), which will allow apple to work on their ARM chips and release it with less restraint than would have been the case had they continued a deal with Intel.

>> No.17158007

anyone fuck with biotech?

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>> No.17158039

AMD is interesting too when you look at it from a FA standpoint. it's like you have full knowledge that a stock WILL eventually be making higher highs in an uptrend, so it's really just a question of how cheap can you make your average share price before it goes up again? you really have to learn to take advantage of these global panics to get cheapies in an obviously fundamentally strong company, where once whatever the panic is over is completed and things are back to normal, people (especially tutes) will realize hey the company is still fundamentally sound, and look how cheap it is! and it goes up.

>> No.17158056

Yeah. Up hugely on SAVA and ADXS. SNSS calls been good to me lately too.

>> No.17158078

i had a friend that bought about $80k worth of ADXS at $1.5. he's still hodling. pray for him.

>> No.17158086

I have a couple of Intel stock, starting to think I should sell while I still have some profit from them.
Is anyone here holding on to Intel still?

>> No.17158092

Had you shorted a while ago you would have made a bit of money but we are now back at all time highs. If you didnt close out the short 2 weeks ago you would be losing money now. Shorting is almost never a good idea.
That was what got me interested too. They seem to be a tech company focusing on biotech. Most of their revenue is software so im intrigued.

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Out of my way S&P shits!

>> No.17158120

sell your intel stock and buy AMD anon, especially if it dips on nCoV news.

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hope he's pretty wealthy and that wasnt that big a gamble

>> No.17158130

I dropped all my INTCel a while ago, I have genuinely no idea what the fuck they're doing.
I hope the technologies they're branching out to (optane, their new gpu, etc) can work for them, because their CPU's and fabs are getting clobbered.

>> No.17158186

Yes. I own a share of Regeneron and many Bristol Meyer Squibbs.

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Can it only go down?

>> No.17158202

i mean, he's done really well (6 figures level of gains over the past 2 years), but how many losses is it going to take before he gives all of that back? he's willing to wait for a long time pretty much, he invests based on purely fundamentals pretty much. "i think they're gonna pass the next FDA trial because of reason XYZ" kind of guy. so i guess we'll see what happens, if he's willing to wait a year im sure it will likely come back after the nCoV shit is over, unless there is something wrong with the company that could cause it to fail? idk i've always been more of a TA guy myself, using FA as a backdrop, as a foundation to the TA. i like to take small wins over and over and over instead of trying to get the one big spike, although im trying to teach him about $1 break out setups and how support and resistance work at least.

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tell him to check out ONTX today. that stock is his wet dream. if he's chasing penny biomemes that legitmately could moon, thats the one.

>> No.17158299

give me a rundown on why it will moon? if there is enough hype over an upcoming event i might buy some myself and take some quick profits. i know it's a stock people have been shilling around here recently, so sell me on it. it has also gone up a ton recently looking at the chart, so why do you think it will continue going up instead of being sold off by all of the people who profited from the big spike?

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Thank you to whoever shilled SDGR and TMDX last night, I did some research this morning and they both look ridiculously undervalued.

I also looked into ONTX and GALT which look promising but biopharma stonx spook me. :(

>> No.17158415

God I hate women.

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Why did the ONTX warrants doomp? Why does Schwabs app suck dick?

>> No.17158443

...want to get excited for new stocks... but this is such a shilly post, even trying for positive attention by complimenting /smg/ memestocks ONTX and GALT

>> No.17158445

Jesus, fucking amerifats think they deserve tips.

>> No.17158476

this shit again?
it's part of the industry and is incorporated into the pay structure for wait staff.

Also, they clearly just wanted to get it to a nice and round 200.00 which is a little OCD. So I like it, but they could have tipped more if it was actually a wonderful experience and this is actually real and not just a ploy for attention/likes/retweets/sympathy or whatever.

>> No.17158496

Tipping only benefits the owner. The consumer should not be subsidizing the corporation lel.

>> No.17158541

I've been shilling Transmedics for a week or so now and went on a rant about it last night, probably my fault that there are "God I'm so excited for you guys" tier posts now lmao.

>> No.17158551

found the spineless, risk-averse faggot

>> No.17158582

Yes, getting out of AGRX and ONTX soon, gonna load profits into PTI for long term and maybe HRTX and VBIV, holding FOMX as well.

>> No.17158603


MRNA will pump to over $40 - 45 per share in the next few months

>> No.17158605

Fag, for a sec you made me think the stock actually dropped to .12

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wtf why is my anime teaching me principles of trading?

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I wish Tesla would spin off their R&D division so I could directly invest into that and not be involved with the s*yboy car hype.

>> No.17158787

No but really buy SNSS. Vecabrutinib is big. Very, very big. 2 billion market cap big.

>> No.17158829

This question doesn’t deserve its own thread. If you contribute to a roth is it taxed at your highest marginal rate or your average rate?

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it looks like they’re about to fuck up that street

>> No.17158861

I don't know man. Based on current movements what is your honest worst case scenario and best one?

>> No.17158894

Any reason why they chose PO administration? Are there other formulations they’re working on? You would think it would reduce the bioavailability significantly. Maybe I’m just stuck in an inpatient frame of mind.

>> No.17158972

Interesting that its internal logic runs at 13 fps

>> No.17158982
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Early hxh was really an exercise in game theory with occasional magic kung-fu sprinkled in. Contemporary hxh focuses more on geopolitics, currently we're in Saudi Succession War.
WSJ editorial should consider themselves lucky they have someone of Togashi's caliber in their publication, if only occasionally.

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>>space rockets
>No. They use propane, kerosene, alcohol, hydrogen and/or others. There is nothing relevant fueled by oil.
propane is a product of oil refining (and natural gas processing).

yes truck/bus/car fuel demand will go down with electric engine but it will take a very long time, especially in poor countries which will be the new markets for gas cars when civilized countries move over to electric. and oil will stick around even after 30 years when maybe 75% of all people in the world have electric cars (unless law restrictions make it happen a little sooner, unlikely to happen in poor countries that today dont have many car owners).

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Canadians, should I go with Virtualbrokers, Questrade, or Wealthsimple? I want a new broker.

I figure Virtualbrokers has the best information but $10 a trade seems high to me. Wealthsimple Trade is the cheapest but I hate that it is mobile phone only. Questrade seems to be the middle opinion but doesn't seem like much of an improvement over Virtualbrokers.

>> No.17159009

Should I buy $1000 worth of ONTX or AGRX on Monday? Already holding a small position of AGRX because that's gonna go to $9 on approval.

>> No.17159058

t. server faggot.

You will always get minimum wage. No matter what. Shut the fuck up. It isn't "baked into the pay structure" You always get minimum, what you get in tips is extra.

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>While kerosene can be extracted from coal, oil shale, and wood, it is primarily derived from refined petroleum.
source: http://www.madehow.com/Volume-7/Kerosene.html

<--image source (i scaled up them for readability): https://www.world-petroleum.org/edu/223-how-is-crude-oil-turned-into-finished-products-

image source for >>17158983 is http://www.passmyexams.co.uk/GCSE/chemistry/what-is-crude-oil.html

all im saying is oil is going nowhere, it'll just be used less for vehicle fuel. competition will get tougher but the biggest oil companies will survive. that's without what we know about the future, maybe there will be higher demands for lubricant or rocket fuels or whatever else oil can provide. maybe we'll pave more of the world's roads? pump out more plastics? i dunno

>> No.17159080

Thank you! People don't understand that if they don't make at least minimum wage with tips their employer has to compensate them for the difference.

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>TRQ gets shilled yesterday
>look into it: it's a canada corporation doing business in Mongolia out of Montreal

Fucking A
I really thought you were talking about the Wall Street Journal

Togashi is great at making the little things seem epic and complicated. Not sure how applicable to real life any of it actually is, but it is fun as hell.

>> No.17159140

Questrade. It works out to be the cheapest due to their per share fee structure if you intend to long hold or swing trade; you will be paying closer to the minimum fee on most mid and large cap stocks.

I have no experience with Wealthsimple so can't comment on that.

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>An employer may pay a tipped employee not less than $2.13 an hour in direct wages if that amount plus the tips received equal at least the federal minimum wage, the employee retains all tips and the employee customarily and regularly receives more than $30 a month in tips. If an employee's tips combined with the employer's direct wages of at least $2.13 an hour do not equal the federal minimum hourly wage, the employer must make up the difference.

Interesting that the floor of minimum wage is there, I did not know that. But 7.50 base pay is still pretty meager and isn't going to help many people make rent.
>should've thought about that before you took the job!!
If they usually get good tips and count on that to make rent, and then get tipped much less by some diners in a certain month despite still preforming their duties well as servers, it's gonna hurt them and I can't fault them for being upset.

You guys ought to read Nickle and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich. It's actually kind of fun, but also it's interesting to see how trapped those people on the bottom are.

I think I'll reread it, I'll have to download the audiobook.

>> No.17159176

currently using wealthsimple and liking it. its pretty basic, in terms of waht you can do (only buy/sell stock, etfs, etc), but its smooth interface and easy to use.

>> No.17159204 [DELETED] 

>after 30 years

I see something vastly different. In my view no one will own cars; they will all drive themselves, the vast majority of people will pay for ride services. Electrics will be efficient beyond the ICE. Your projections about what the developing nations will want is predicated on what current 1st world nations have but what 1st world nations have is old junk in 30 years. Particularly for the 3rd world, where the median demographic is younger, I really doubt they are going to want anything we have today. And the 2050 view on petroleum is pretty dire. You might think its a meme, but I doubt much of it will be used for transportation. Any kind of fossil fuel use in 2050 is going to be closed-end combustion (eg., if it is oxidized, it's waste byproducts will be converted, stored or neutralized at a point-source, not distributed, or burned in an uncontrolled fashion.) Fossil fuels are going to be feed stocks for the production of stopgap energy, or prime materials like hydrocarbon polymers or other industrial uses.

The problem for emerging markets is the fact that their vast populations are surplus in terms of the industrialized economy. A handful of advanced factories will make all the commodity goods for the world. The existing global economic model does not have a plan for these billions of people in an existing framework. They will not be riding buses in commutes to factories because there will be no factories. Rather there will be new economies with much different technologies. And there will be such environmental damage that by then, governments will be limiting the rampant pollution going on today.

This is a world where Greta Thunberg is head of the UN at age 46. All the /pol/ incels are dead from advanced liver disease. If you want to pollute the air, land or water, satellite surveillance will see you. Scofflaws will be stopped by precision munitions. This is not a joke. Choose a different adventure.

>> No.17159219

>Thank you to whoever shilled SDGR and TMDX last night, I did some research this morning and they both look ridiculously undervalued.


>> No.17159230

Propane is a BY-product of those two things, hence the supply will be reduced and prices may increase. The amount that goes into the few rockets that use it is a very small amount compared to residential heating/cooking consumption. SpaceX is going to be using methalox to fuel their raptor engines on Starship. Blue Origin uses some natural gas, but they haven't been competitive with SpaceX. The European Space agency uses mostly hydrogen. There's no future for oil use in spaceflight.

Just look at the S&P Global Oil Index if you want to see how the oil companies are doing. In the last ten years, it's done -1.39 %. These companies have already started to begin dying off and EV adoption is only 2% globally. It's a suckers' bet and things are going to get worse for them from here as people start pulling their investments from this industry and putting it elsewhere.
I'll keep that in mind, thanks. Wealthsimple is the new kid on the block it seems. They're offering zero fees for stocks and ETFs, but they don't appear to have a web platform. They're a CIPF member as well, like VB and Questtrade, so up to a million dollars is insured if they go bankrupt.
Interesting, thank you. So there's no web platform at all and you can only access it on your phone? I may just have too much of a boomer mentality for that.

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Your argument of cherry picking a single date is week, but um okay. Good job!

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HAHA Ratty this video just got recommended to me so I thought I'd give it a watch, and he dropped this meme less than a minute in!!

I fell into a TouHole last night, maybe Cookie and Davie have a lot of the same fans.

>This is a world where Greta Thunberg is head of the UN at age 46.
This will never happen, screencap this post
>All the /pol/ incels are dead from advanced liver disease.
I find this quite agreeable...

>> No.17159256

>If they usually get good tips and count on that to make rent, and then get tipped much less by some diners in a certain month despite still preforming their duties well as servers, it's gonna hurt them and I can't fault them for being upset.

>If you usually bet on stocks going up to make your rent, and they go down while you were performing all your analyses right, it's going to hurt you, and I can't fault you for being upset.

I am going to sound like an ass here, but I don't particularly care. Most people aren't scraping by to pay rent at the lowest rungs of the social ladder. The notion of "the working destitute" is a rather large myth. What they do do, and I can attest to this by experience, is consume shit they do not need. They don't save. They don't improve themselves, not because they don't have the resources, but because they love the mire.

I sympathize with them, but I don't understand them. I can only lead a horse to water. I cannot make him drink.

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Whats the average proletariat spending on booze these days?

>> No.17159317

Is tomorrow red or green?

>> No.17159319

>Wealthsimple is the new kid on the block it seems. They're offering zero fees for stocks and ETFs, but they don't appear to have a web platform
I just read the fine print on that. They charge a fee of 0.4% on your balance, per year. If your account is tiny then that's a savings over paying a per trade fee. However, if we're talking 25k+ balance, you're better off with Questrade.

>> No.17159344

Could be a red open in to green close kinda day. Usual response to a relatively low volume red index day. Futures open in two hours.

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the tooberz are making wheelbarrows of cash now so its not surprising if davie turns out to browse smg. Epic

>> No.17159381

>They charge a fee of 0.4% on your balance, per year.
I believe that is just their robo-adviser service and not their trading platform. The fee schedule for that is here:

>> No.17159403

Gonna be getting about 550 from my tax refund soon.
Plan to dump about 400 for investing. Looking at picking up some T and holding onto it for a while.

>> No.17159531

T sucks bro put it into MSFT, V, or MA instead

>> No.17159532

My new job just gave me a $5000 sign on bonus. With my current lifestyle and budget I will have an extra $1200 a month that would normally just go into a savings account. I am just getting into financing and investing and I plan to learn as much as possible this year, but what should I be doing in the mean time as a sort of quick start? I don't want to just my money dump into savings and not have it earning while I'm taking the time to learn.

>> No.17159601

open a RH account and simply put it into MSFT or another big safe, high growth stock. You'll be up 30% over a year. Set and forget

>> No.17159652

I'll probably be going with Questrade. Wealth Simple trade doesn't allow you to hold USD so you'll constantly have to eat a 1.5% currency transaction fee when trading US equities. They also don't offer options and penny stock trading. Anything you buy must move 50,000 shares a day and be over $0.50 per share.

Thank you for reading my blog.

>> No.17159678

too lazy to type it out again. also i try to keep my personal shilling to a minimum because i find it annoying to see "buy xyz" or whatever in every thread.

>> No.17159687

My index funds already have shares of those included.
If you don't have a Roth IRA yet, make one of those, assuming you want to continue your day job. Put it into a target date fund and forget about it.
If not, just research on index funds and dump it into one or a couple of those.

>> No.17159707

How long till global market crash?

>> No.17159719

6 months, 13 days, 4 hours, 26 minutes and 17 seconds.

>> No.17159720


tomorrow, fren
maybe may

>> No.17159747

Thoughts on biogaia?
Nordic stocks are severely undervalued

>> No.17159871

This bull market has another 3 years in it. The correction is going to be massive tho.

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Fuuuuck i forgot about MA. The only 5 stock no ETFs portfolio challenge is really effin hard.


I had to diversify, that DIS slot is tough. PEP and AMZN are really close. And a nice Big Pharma is a good bet too, but I’m assuming the idea is to have a portfolio that can survive without many changes for many years.

COST is also tempting, as is AMAT. Ugh Its all US though. This is hard.

>> No.17159902

Put it in SPY, tracks the S&P 500, will make you start paying attention to the markets. Once you read up more you can start investing proper. But you can't go wrong with investing in literally the american economy.

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I think oil is going to have a real hard time. SPYX is looking like a better bet.

>> No.17160029

>currently on hiatus
He's trying to tell us to stay out of the market.

>> No.17160176

>futures are neutral af

This is L A M E

>> No.17160196

Have you identified a direct correlation between futures and and how the market performs on that day?

>> No.17160197

Hubei with worse numbers today
92 dead

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No thread theme?


>> No.17160238

Local transmission in vietnam too

They are setting up military tent hospitals. One just opened with 300 beds

Thailand with 7 new cases. Announced fri night to cover up. The central gov took control over reporting and banned anyone else reporting any cases.

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No thread theme?


>> No.17160261

Reminder Coronachan is a man-made virus by the chinese.

>> No.17160263
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So how do I get started in getting better at trading stocks? I want to learn to make better picks rather than just "this company seems promising" but I don't really know where to start. I've kind of gone through investopedia, but seems like there isn't a cohesive pattern.

Books are definitely welcome, but I'm just tired of making consistently bad picks.

>> No.17160278

M12 like group

Central govs lak the vision and dexterity to do this

>> No.17160283

Corona still nothing.
Bears still S E E T H I N G.

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>there are people reading this right now who are planning to invest in Chinese manufacturing tomorrow morning

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COT says SMALL decrease in Large Spec shorts for Natty Gas & VIX. Small increase in long S&P...

>> No.17160352

Can you just go away?

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Uhhhh futures are still closed everywhere I look

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no there aren't

>> No.17160433

how much weight do analyst reports have in terms or your investing? Seems like i can expect them to view a company negatively or positively based on their own positions and what will make them money.

>> No.17160447

in terms *of your investing

>> No.17160449

>tfw got shaken out of short position last week
>now the bear cycle continues again, and i missed the rocket ship down

>> No.17160485

>Wealth Simple trade doesn't allow you to hold USD so you'll constantly have to eat a 1.5% currency transaction fee when trading US equities. They also don't offer options and penny stock trading. Anything you buy must move 50,000 shares a day and be over $0.50 per share.
Yeah that's shitty. They need to change that if they want to be the Canadian Robinhood.

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>> No.17160529

futures don't open for another 10 minutes...

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Uhhh, lads? Pls respond.

>> No.17160575

>Foxconn cuts off Mon restart, unknown when will restart - BBG
Oh it is fucked lol

>> No.17160596

I don't even know how I would backtest for something like that

>> No.17160603

SOXL is fucked short term.

>> No.17160620

good point... puts might make for a good daytrade

>> No.17160645

>Have you identified a direct correlation between futures and and how the market performs on that day?
There's a correlation. Not 100%. Correlation is stronger for opening price but weakens throughout the trading day.

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supply chain crash incoming

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It's currently in oversold territory (and will dive a little more. Sub $250 with ease. The bounce back is going to be sweeter than virgin cunny coated in clover honey.

>> No.17160654

The minimum wage is $12 where I live. And it is customary to tip 20%

>> No.17160679

>customary to tip 20%
Boo! 10% for adequate, 15% for good, 20% for excellent. 0% for bad.

>> No.17160694

>soxl_shill starts shilling soxl
>soxl has the worst month right after
It's like a tv comedy

>> No.17160731

After a few months of 0% in equities I'm getting strong urges to fomo back in
Buying spx above 3000 is fucking tough though

>> No.17160739

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, networking gear, machine learning, surveillance, infrastructure, military, the list is endless. No matter how many cores, how fast or efficient, demand requires bigger, faster, cheaper, 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 the space has to offer then pushes these already stellar returns to the limit with 3x leverage. With SOXL your economic interests are aligned with powerhouses Nvidia, Qualcomm, Intel, Broadcom, AMD, Micron, Texas Instruments, Applied Materials, et al. Real tech companies with innovative products people want, not """tech""" """companies""" pushing shitty ads. And like all leveraged ETFs, SOXL is rebalanced daily, deftly mitigating margin risks.
In the last 7 years, SOXL has exploded over 55x 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 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.17160750

You should never read what they have to say, most of them are paid and/or extremely biased. You can't trust any analysts out there because of that

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>> No.17160770

SOXL is truly Vishnu’s new power ETF! I am buying 1000 shares upon opening of market sir!

>> No.17160774

>SAVA CEO could have purchased another 900k shares on Friday
We will find out on Mon or Tues. Buy extra SAVA asap.

>> No.17160805

Reminder to buy the dip on SOXL.
You will be rich by the end of the year.

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Not the SOXL shill by the way. With that said, it's grown on me and I've successfully traded price swings. Not sure if I'd own it for the long haul.

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Oof! Rough open for nat gas. I have cost average of 1.86 and will begin averaging down if 1.70 is hit. If it goes sub 1.50 I'm going all in at that point.

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Fuck. I'm already in pretty hard for me, a larger position than I ought to have taken. I'm gonna be real displeased if it collapses. Or even if it crabs, since UNG is subject to the decay of ETF's based on futures contracts.

>> No.17160925

S&P 500 futures in the green got me glistening

>> No.17160931

I got 12132 shares of ONTX. The 52w high is 4.5. The only reason it's low now is due to them doing a cash raise, not anything bad with the drug itself. They've got cash on the books to last till 2021 so no more cash raising required. By 2021, well either the drug will be FDA green lit or the company will be bought. Partnership deals in place already so they can roll out the drug en mass straight away upon FDA approval. Phase 3 drug results due out any day, Conferences (3) in short order, all good things. Once the good news comes to light this stock will skyrocket. Then the FDA good news (or a buyout deal) will send it up even more.

>> No.17160941
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How much do pro forex traders make? Is it one percent of their bankroll or one percent of their money they put in,

For examle
Tim has 10,000 dollars and only uses one percent which is 100$ does he earn 1% of 10,000 which is $100 or does he earn 1% of the 100 dollars which is 1$

>> No.17160962

>this stock will skyrocket.
how much tho

I have 331 shares. We talking boat money or new computer money here.

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I consider this an iron hands kinda situation. Nat gas hit low of 1.57 in 2016. The last time it traded near that level prior to 2016 was way back in the 90's and it still bounced to prices greater than 2.00 within a 2-4 months back then. 1.60 has been a strong support since 1996.

>> No.17161008

Anyone know when their danger of delisting due date is? It's something people should be mindful of.

1 share = 1 cheeseburger

>> No.17161013

CVM my nigga

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>> No.17161029

nat gas can dip a little bit more, we overbuilt LNG infrastructure the past 5 years, and there's no central cartel that can help cut supply like OPEC

>> No.17161045

Percentage gain/loss is calculated from the amount they put in position on any trading pair. Their cash is of course subject to the fluctuations of their home currency regardless, as everybody is.

>> No.17161046

Long US steel and aluminium producers people. 3M niggas

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I am now officially gween.

>> No.17161076

i plan on picking some up post-batflu

>> No.17161109

Wow they just dumped on this range, too bad I didn't get my damn short.. shit

>> No.17161134

Well how high it goes depends on the good news. If the news exceeds expectations well AMRN did a jump from 3 to 12 when its news broke. A 9 dollar increase. Not saying ONTX will do the same but that's just an example. Hell going from 0.51 to 4.5 would be nice. Again it all depends on the news. I think these conferences will be the kick start to get it past 1 so no danger of delist. You don't go to these things to put out bad news after all.

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wow that's shitty... -3.3% at the outset...
It's one of the things China will want to weasel out of buying from phase 1 of the trade agreement. AND it looks like Bernie has lost all his momentum to Pete, who isn't nearly as bad for frackers, so that hope is gone.

I think I'll just sit on my position unless it dips back to that 1.66 level from decades ago.

Wait are you buying contracts or the UNG etf? I'm in UNG @ $14.61

Nice. Hope you've been accumulating that NRZ.

>> No.17161172

>Wait are you buying contracts or the UNG etf?
I'm trading a canadian 2x nat gas etf.

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What calls do I buy at open tmr? I have MSFT, ERIC, CHGG, ICE atm.

>> No.17161209

Waiting for another dip, but did you check out NRZ earnings?

>> No.17161218

FUGGGG good job buying the ICE dip, if that was really just from ebay it was easy fucking money

>> No.17161228

not worth buying more now?

>> No.17161236

no idea
not yet, you?

>> No.17161250

ERIC might close the gap and MSFT is overbought at the moment. I closed out of these positions of Friday. You got heavy iron hands, lad?

>> No.17161269

Heh, why should I care that I make shit salary if I got a fat bank account, a fat brokerage account, a nice 401k account, and a pension/medical as well as long as my bills are all paid on time?AMRN gave me the kick start I needed, ONTX will provide the rest. Then Time and Drip will do me good and generate loads of wealth while I bid my time at my job till I can walk out the door in 2031. No bullshit but making not that much teaches you to be smart with your wad. If you were 20 and making a shit pot of dough hell you'd prob blow most of it on women and drugs. Then you'd fuck up your life all before you hit 25. Cause one of those many women would claim "I'm knocked up" while the drugs fucked up your mind and body.

>> No.17161274

i got some 210 and 220 for may and june lol... im such a retard

>> No.17161276

It was pretty damn good.

>> No.17161279
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The bee stole the honey

>> No.17161286

some of you guys are alright, don't be long at open tomorrow

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There is a part of me cheering the bears on here. Hit my cost average point you bastards! Do it! Fite me right now let's go!

>> No.17161317

Honey is the rightful property of the hive. I am the anon, I speak for the bees.

>> No.17161332
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the bee makes the honey
the ____ steals the honey

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poor b*lls

No new ATH with China's economy shut down

>> No.17161350
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Over 690 data points of every day's top 8 gainers, here's a plot of how those stocks performed the next day (%), as a function of the number of buy recommendations from analysts.

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>-1.39 %
that makes my estimate of 30 years seem pretty accurate, assuming it accelerates. 30 years of adapting to this new world, i still think at least the biggest oil companies have a future

>> No.17161381

strong trend i see.

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hehe xd

also, learn to drink orange juice properly you clumsy cat !

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New high in deaths

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Any chance MRK revisits the gap on the daily? Or is it meaningless, because the gap doesn’t exist on the weekly?

You’re up on natgas?

>> No.17161405

I sold mine last week and managed to protect a profit, but will rebuy later. this is not the week to hold SOXL.Long term I think its comfy tho.

you should always be buying SAVA

>> No.17161417

Princess cruise giving full refund to everyone on plague ship plus free trip in future

How lucky

>> No.17161426

>come back to our floating plague ship on us!

>> No.17161433

Time to short CCL?

>> No.17161434

none of those cruiseboomers have died yet, right?
I want to see them being tossed off the sides of the boat like the biohazards they are

>> No.17161477

>sorry about your family dying on our ship, how about another round on us?

>> No.17161488
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And here's a plot, harder to read I admit, of whatever the latest grade change set that stock's grade to; here's the legend:
01 Sector Weight
02 Positive
03 Accumulate
04 Underperform
05 Perform
06 Equal-weight
07 Sector Outperform
08 Mixed
09 Negative
10 Reduce
11 Peer Perform
12 Fair Value
13 Strong Buy
14 Equal-Weight
15 Overweight
16 Buy
17 Market Perform
18 Outperform
19 Neutral
20 Underweight
21 Sector Perform
22 Speculative Buy
23 In-Line
24 Hold
25 Sell
26 Market Outperform
27 Anything Else

>> No.17161538

it looks like "outperform" tends to outperform "sell"
also "anything else" is the best recommendation, clearly :p

>> No.17161543

What's in the little brain though?

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I'm going to buy $215 FB calls expiring on 2/14. Good short term play. Gonna close out at the end of the day or Tuesday at lunch.

Are you some sort of data science meme degree fag? This is literally "Man With A Hammer" Syndrome. Top fucking kek.

>> No.17161562

Tendies. :^)

>> No.17161612
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>This is literally "Man With A Hammer" Syndrome.
You're not wrong. I know code more than I know how to look for stocks. I figured that the worst that could happen is that I spend a couple of weekends building software that tells me that the market Is more random than a single number can predict.

Which is pretty much what happened, pic related.

>> No.17161645

At least you're self aware. I met a few academic types when I was in school who were sure they could beat the market and put Warren Buffett in the grave with their models and simulations. Good on you.

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>You’re up on natgas?
Up? Fuck no. I'm long as of late last week. Price is currently hovering between my current basis and the low around which I plan to cost average. If bears are gonna provide cheapies I want them CHEAP. Just don't snib in this range forever and things will be swell.

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is it time to buy chinese stocks during the outbreak?

>> No.17161709

Why not simply start with a firm belief that in the long term the market will go up and in the medium/short term there will be tradeable volatility. Then consider which tickers are least likely ever go to zero leaving only the indexes like SPY, QQQ, etc. Further thought should reveal the indexes move too slowly, leading you to look at leveraged ETFs with indexes as the underlying like SPXL, TQQQ, etc. Contemplate this then upon realizing the dangers of margin, consider that leveraged ETFs are daily rebalanced and the market has circuit breakers that make is unlikely in the very extreme a leveraged index fund will drop enough to liquidate in a single day therefore essentially never gonna happen. Then look at the leveraged index and sector based ETFs and see which ones have the most plausible narrative for going up the most in the shortest amount of time. This leaves the tech ETFs like TQQQ, TECL, and SOXL. Of these SOXL is the top dog so that's where your deduction leads and your money goes. Keep enough SOXL in your account to beat the S&P 500 index soundly, this means always maintaining at least 1/5 of your stack invested. With the remaining 4/5, strive to destroy the S&P through trading the volatility around the core position with a mean reversion strat rather than all that """data""" """science""" crap that a million other """data""" """scientists""" before you were born have already sifted to no avail. SOXL is the answer. Face it.

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Who knows. I suppose it depends on how quickly the wuflu plateaus and how much money the CCP have to prop it up until then. They're going to work hard to prevent a crash here but that and their emergency rules about short selling can only help so much for so long. Chinese stocks don't seem all that cheap right now, considering.

>> No.17161736

where are you pulling your data from fren?

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Bros how will ETSY ever compete with this level of Chinese craftsmanship?

I bought a couple shares of FB after earnings... feels good man

I fucking hate myself for not grabbing AMZN at 1650 when it got destroyed after last earnings and the dip was bought up nearly immediately.

Circuit breakers are NOT reliable and one of the biggest problems is the false sense of security you're displaying.

If you really want shit that can't go to zero, then you're talking the defense contractors. The world is going to need missiles and satellites, and the US government is pimping their fighter jets all over the world.

Lockheed Martin is the answer. Face it.

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>BABA earnings this week
Buy back in before or after?

>> No.17161776

Huh. I found a new tradingview shortcut accidently just now. If you double click on the chart away from the candles it will hide any indicators you have below. That's neat. I will use that for screencaps in future. I was trying to do the double click on the price scale to auto scale my chart but missed to the left.

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As a man who is gambling pretty hard on natural gas at the moment, I think buying before Alibaba's earnings this quarter is 2 scary 4 me.

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I don't understand why you guys are so interested in gambling on natty G right now
Just do a high level re-consideration of that. Is the possible payoff really worth the risk that Natty G won't stay under 1.85 for the next 8 months? 1.65, 1.55 are certainly possible. Just because we haven't seen those prices doesn't mean that it can't go there, or that it won't just stay at 1.80 for a long time.
Natural gas isn't a company that makes things, it's a commodity. And the only points that I see for it are previous price histories...

>> No.17161892

>How about another cruise, Boomer?

>> No.17161901
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Is this worth reading? If you are absolutely ignorant and just been doing etfs?

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>‘We should take our supplies and go back home. Let the Chinese virus rampage through the ranks of the GT and the rest of the Communist Party.’
>That’s hedge-fund manager Kyle Bass taking aim at Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Communist Party-backed Global Times daily newspaper, in a now-deleted tweet cited by Bloomberg on Sunday.
>Bass, chief investment officer of Hayman Capital Management, was responding to a tweet from Xijin in which he was complaining about U.S. aid arriving late.

>[email protected] As an investor with 129K twitter followers, you uttered such a malicious curse. You bring shame to investors community and social media users.CPC members are ordinary citizens, fathers, husbands, wives, daughters… Dr. Li Wenliang is one of them. You should apologize. pic.twitter.com/SNO5c0235i — Hu Xijin 胡锡进 (@HuXijin_GT) February 9, 2020

>Bass, even after deleting his tweet, said he wouldn’t apologize. “You arrested, censured, and ‘punished’ (only God knows what you did to him and the other 7 doctors) the heroes of Wuhan,” he tweeted. “You are a disgrace to humanity.”

>He later called Global Times a “simple belligerent tabloid designed to stir controversy with western media and commentators.”

>When asked by Bloomberg why he deleted the tweet, he said in a statement he “felt that it was too harsh for the rank and file” of the Global Times, but that he will “never apologize to a self-righteous, attempted manipulator of public opinion.”

holy shit what a FUCKING LEGEND!!!

>> No.17161914

I worked my magic in the most autistic way possible and built the scripts in powershell, and they scrape json out of msn money for the market movers and finance.yahoo.com for the detailed quote data

>> No.17161927


What it will do for you: Sober you up and clear your vision. Solidify your investment framework.

What it won't do for you: Make you a millionaire/billionaire over night.

>> No.17161931
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>Is the possible payoff really worth the risk that Natty G won't stay under 1.85 for the next 8 months?

>> No.17161937

Damn, was hoping you found some nice API somewhere.
you didn't plot it in powershell did you?
I didn't even know you could do that

>> No.17161956

>Circuit breakers are NOT reliable and one of the biggest problems is the false sense of security you're displaying.
I understand how having a vagina is almost like some damn conspiracy between your legs and when that that thing starts hurting good, it's a doozy. Your pussy is hurting now thinking about that big scary 3x leverage but don't worry sweetie, there is always 2x with SSO or you can even hedge with some T-bills. I think there's a pretty rigorous case study of something like this matching UPRO and bonds just a Google away. If the thought of leverage in any form drys your nethers like the Sahara, hey, I understand babe. Maybe get on some of that SOXX for your unleveraged semiconductor goodness. Or, hey, doll yourself up with SOXX leaps! You get the gains you need to buy yourself something nice (be sure it matches your eyes for me) and no possibility of a margin call. Tell 'em daddy SOXL sent ya

>> No.17161965

fuck Hu Xijin
he is the worst self-important journalist asshole
no one should ever care what he thinks
he's been a piece of shit the whole time

>> No.17161987

There are APIs, potentially even free ones but I want to stay as anonymous as possible. The charts are rendered with gnuplot.

>> No.17162033
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Its time to go natty? Is the bottom in?

>> No.17162065

seems like a bit of a pain to do that sort of thing purely from shell scripts, why not do it in python or something?

>> No.17162184
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Only thing reliable about natty is volatility. It has dropped 35% since November 15th without a single proper rally. It never stays at the deep lows for long periods of time. Always rallies, even if that rally is to a lower high on the longer time frames. Add to this that it is within 25% of 2016 low and I see opportunity for considerable upward momentum when the time comes.

Now speaking of 2016, the price dropped 35% from 2.42 to 1.57 over the course of a few weeks. That was the lowest natty has traded for since the early '90s. It would rebound +112% from that low before seeing a serious sell off (pic related). These kinds of moves happen all the time with this commodity and it's a good bet, in my opinion, that something like that can and probably will happen again.

My underlying thesis for trading natty is buying when it approaches historic lows, average down if it goes another 15% or more below initial entry, hold, do not panic sell. This has worked well for me in the past and I see no reason it won't again.

>> No.17162215

python has no reason to exist because it does nothing that perl couldn't already do so if I'm choosing a scripting language for Linux that's where I'd go. But at home I run 100% windows and powershell comes with it by default. It's really more like VB.net, not a shell script language.

If you ask, I'll post the scripts somewhere.

>> No.17162241

skimmed this, looks cringe.

If you're going to take the leverage pill, swallow some PILL now that the booty is running Sanders and Warren out of town. Or consumer staples/descretionary, SPY, or some other thing that isn't leveraged the the chinks.

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>> No.17162334

>Or consumer staples/descretionary, SPY
>skimmed this
get rekt. There's stupid and then there's yourself, stupid and arrogantly displaying stupidity like a mantle. But your girls can be that way sometimes. The stubbornness is cute
yeh okay. Seriously, get rekt

>> No.17162363

Yeah I'd love to see the script senpai
I'm pretty familiar with powershell, worked at a job for a while where pretty much all I did was write automation scripts in it.
I agree that python perhaps isn't the best thing in the world, syntax is annoying as shit, and there are some weird conventions. I probably would have had the same opinion you have not too long ago, where I was pretty staunchly antipython for those syntax reasons.
But as a general purpose language that can do web scraping, text parsing, data analysis/statistics, visualization, and a shit ton of other stuff, it's hard to beat. I ended up working another job where I had to do much more general things, and python is amazing for throwing complicated things together quickly once you get the hang of it.
But still, If I'm doing any of those things individually, I'd typically prefer something else (e.g powershell/bash for simple scripts, perl for text, matlab for data analysis/statistics and data visualization, etc), but if I have to do it all together, I'd typically use python.

>> No.17162417

Counterpoint; work in tech for the salary and invest elsewhere as a risk management strategy.
Proposed modification to how I executed strategy: Get a *well paying* job in tech instead of a grunt-tier job, then proceed to step two.

>> No.17162526

>We should take our supplies and go back home. Let the Chinese virus rampage through the ranks of the GT and the rest of the Communist Party.’
>Why contain it? Let it spill over into the schools and churches. Let the bodies pile up in the streets. In the end, they'll beg us to save them.

>Bass, chief investment officer of Hayman Capital Management, was responding to a tweet from Xijin in which he was complaining about U.S. aid arriving late.
Yeah, complain about the group volunteering to help you with zero obligation to do so.

>> No.17162560

The market WILL be green tomorrow

I'll make sure of it

>> No.17162584

collector script: finds the market movers (biggest gainers and losers by %) and writes those to a file. Grabs detailed quote data for today's and yesterday's movers and writes those to individual files

Chart generator:
reads through the detailed quote data and builds charts

Needs gnuplot as a dependency. These are scratch an itch scripts so expect alpha quality crap. The pastebins expire in 1 day.

>> No.17162597

Can you show me what became of your big investment in PTI and AMRN? I'm curious.

>> No.17162606

Magic is simply the imposition of ones will onto reality.

I'll give you an assist.

>> No.17162618

thanks mate
I'll try em out once I'm back to my other computer

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Huh. Maybe I didn't miss the dip in the Nikkei after all?
got any more of those brainlet wojaks?

>> No.17162670

Have you ever prayed to a god or contracted with a spirit or demon before making a position? If so, describe the entity, the nature of the invocation or contract, and the effect you believe your action(s) had.

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Will BABA's earnings call accelerate or decelerate Coronachan dips? Thinking about buying a bunch of YANG at market open, but if BABA posts strong results, they may pump on Monday... Thoughts?

>> No.17162705

Disregard the pumping on Monday bit... I'm a couple of glasses of wine in, kek. pump wouldn't be until Thursday! So I guess I'm buying YANG tomorrow.

>> No.17162710

baba makes up everything anyway, it'll be in line

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Some of you are alright, don't put any money into ERIC tomorrow...

>> No.17162730

I've spoken to George Soros on the phone before. That's about as close to contacting a demon I've ever gotten.

>> No.17162761

kill yourself tripfag

>> No.17162774

kill yourself tripfag

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>> No.17162787
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shanghai opened down but they're trudging upwards
I never mess with YANG because I don't trust it. But if Chinese indices stay high and US indices open where they are (flat), then I think there is still more of a downside case than an upside case for the coming week.

>> No.17162788

kys tripfag

>> No.17162806

Neck yourself, tripfaggot.

>> No.17162810

and you can bet all their companies are going to be "encouraged" to have rosy guidance in their earnings reports.
US futures broke into the green on that "report"

>> No.17162822

Commit ritual sudoku tripfag

>> No.17162836

Buy Chainlink (LINK) then kys tripfag

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Which stocks do you guys see doing 5-10x in the coming year, and why? You have exactly 5 seconds to give an answer, or else!

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>> No.17162854

kill yourself tripfag

>> No.17162875
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Based as H*ll

>> No.17162877

Nobody is going to tell you how to get rich quick. If they knew how, they would never fucking share it you brainlet.
The last few threads were unironically great because there were no tripfags. Kill yourself.

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>> No.17162902

>sony patents an AI program for the PS5 that suggests paid tips if stuck in a game

SNE to 300 by end of next year? If there's one thing I know about sony shills, its that they are willing to spend any amount of money on Snoy and they fucking suck at video games.

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>> No.17162952


explain NOW!

>> No.17162963

I mean...is the boomer wrong though?

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Some of you are alright. Don't short GILD this week.

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Ahaha. Holy shit. Based and destruction pilled.

>> No.17163014

So how much money did you lose in PTI and AMRN? Was it enough to buy a switch with animal crossing?

>> No.17163026

Virus is nothing. I’ve been telling you Bearfags for weeks and you continuously get btfo.

>> No.17163032

They're in line for an announcement on their coronavirus vaccine. This is good advice.

>> No.17163073

You're right but not for the reasons you think you are. The virus could very well be an epidemic but the Federal Reserve and CPC will prop up markets in any case such that losses are minimal. Bears should have shifted to medical instead.

>> No.17163091

They make an anti-viral being evaluated by the slanty-cunts for use against nCov. No vaccine to my knowledge.

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Still qt as fuck, if this were realistic I'd move to Israel and start flaunting my money foolishly.
Absolutely based. It's not like there's another option, what is the US even doing to send aid? I've only seen private companies like Abbvie sending free shit.
They were down a few % earlier, I might consider grabbing some, but I'm afraid they'll paint an uglier picture next quarter regarding delays. Looks like they're behind the ball on this one. I'm hoping NTDOY and SNE continue to get smashed because I'd like to buy, but any day now we could get an announcement from the BOJ saying they're ready to QE even harder.


>There Is No Console War Because Xbox Moved On And Left PlayStation Behind
>14 hours ago

>> No.17163135

It's what I meant. My bad. I'll use "treatment" as a blanket statement instead from now on.

>> No.17163172
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It's nothing? OR is it a flu epidemic that could delay Chinese production, hold up global and halt travel to and from the area, destroy regional tourism for weeks if not months, and keep people home so they have to order shit online instead of going out to LULU stores or hanging out at LK and SBUX? I bet it's not NOTHING for Yum China. And it sure as shit isn't nothing for Carnival Cruises.

What do you even mean by nothing? From where I'm sitting, that sure as h*ck sounds like SOMETHING.

(Of course, the Chicken Littles are wrong, as always. No, social order isn't going to collapse as the global population is decimated)

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>> No.17163203

stupid and arrogant. get rekt

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>tfw the beer virus is suppressing oil/gas prices, staving off inflation and keeping the bull running for another 3 more months

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lol kill yourself tripfag!!! lol amirite??? huurr duurr

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Shanghai composite is still green today

>> No.17163246

kill yourself tripfag

>> No.17163252

kill yourself tripfag

>> No.17163254

Why not the world? Better to diversify..

>> No.17163258

If you buy TSLA tomorrow; you're literally retarded.

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S&P futures right now. It's over bobo fren

>> No.17163294

kill yourself tripfag

>> No.17163299

Unironically end your very existence, tripfag.

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he said no ETF's so you've gotta replace UPRO

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>> No.17163337

im $300 into ONTX, am i going to make it?

>> No.17163346

I feel bad for bears. They're right but this whole market is rigged against them.

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>t.arrogant stupid poorfaggot
2009 to present the Vanguard total world index did 235%. The S&P did almost 400% and the charts look almost the same.

>> No.17163351

put more in, at least 1000

>> No.17163356


that would work if the market wasnt rigged by literal communists. who made selling and shorting illegal and are literally pumping billions of dollars every day of fresh printed money into their big companies and banks to keep it afloat. chinks ar ethe worst cheaters

>> No.17163370

What is $300 worth? Was it at .30? .40?

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You can tell who is legitimate underage b& or simply retarded by their cult-like fervor in proclaiming a bull or bear market. Real patricians, men of the 4th industrial revolution, realize that the market is fluid and that there is a time to be a bull and a time to be a bear.

also fuck tripfags

>> No.17163413

You're a man of class and high intellect.

>> No.17163421

True, but there is a strong argument that the US market is incredibly overbought and the other markets not so much. Nows a good time to add international stocks to your portfolio. Vanguard forecasts a 3-5% stock market growth for the US

>> No.17163461

I've got 12132 shares. Paid somewhere around 5000 - 6000 for the lot. The payoff will be way more than that. Considering the 52 w high is 4.5 the reward will be nice indeed. Good news will send this skyward. Which is right around the bend (3 conferences in short order, phase 3 drug trial results sometime in Q1 this year). I just sit back and wait. If this hits 8.5 well, lets just say that having over 100,000 is pretty damn sweet and I'm selling pronto. Further gains be damned.

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I don't think this is a good day for SOXL. I'd rather be in NAIL, NEED, WANT, PILL, or SPXL.

Your posts are needlessly arrogant, I'm not saying anything radical. You shouldn't rely on circuit breakers.

Nope, secular bull run started in 2013, we're full bull until further notice, possibly 2028-2034.

Hedge as you will, bears get rekt.
But you're right about that last part.

>> No.17163487

I don't think past prices on a biopharm stock can tell much about its future, but I also have a lot of confidence in ONTX going up, but 8.5 and even 4.5 seems overly optimistic.

>> No.17163514


INTC as a whole is like the ultimate buy the rumor sell the news stock. It is severely undervalued compared to its peers, still runs game on EVERYONE sales-wise, despite being two gens behind on the manufacturing size process, pays a fucking phat dividend because it NEVER LOSES MONEY, and continues to grow the bottom and top lines. It's got a motherfucking massive moat in the form of its own fabs located all over the goddamn world, and has absolutely zero NEED for China, because of that redundancy.

As soon as Intel gets its shit together again and unveils whatever secret AMD-killer it has in the pipeline (and it DOES have one in the pipeline, as it always has, every time AMD gets uppity), is when the stock rockets. It could see a major boost if there is a protracted semiconductor manufacturing slump due to Wuhanchan, thanks to being THE ONLY FUCKING X86 MICROPROCESSOR COMPANY THAT ACTUALLY MANUFACTURES ITS OWN SHIT IN ITS OWN FABS LOCATED ACROSS THE GLOBE.

I don't think anyone understands INTC's staying power and yet-unlocked growth potential. I don't even think the current CEO fully understands the money printing machine he is presiding over--and that is also a key problem for the stock.

Oust the CEO. Get someone hungry with the desire to innovate again. Keep advancing the data center product line. Keep improving the autonomous driving division. And cockblock the fuck out of the competition by driving margins down to the wire, because INTEL CAN MANUFACTURE ITS OWN SHIT AND DOESN'T HAVE TO CONTRACT A THIRD PARTY LIKE EVERY OTHER FUCKING LOSER SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANY.

AMD is fucked if there's any sort of problem with TSMC. FUCKED. It sold its fabs long ago and has NOTHING but PAPER and BRAINS.

Intel has a bad habit of getting too comfy once its back on the throne. That's why I think leadership needs to be FIRED.

>> No.17163531

Lay off the Adderall, faggot.

>> No.17163534


Beijing into partial lockdown starting today

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>> No.17163543

SOXL is gonna get fucking destroyed, keep hodling guys, im coming for those cheapies

>> No.17163601

No, you attacked me accusing me of some kind of imagined "false sense of security". I never said circuit breakers are infallible, I said the make liquidation unlikely and they fucking do. Furthermore, since you keep harping on them, circuit breakers in the context of this conversation are not nearly as relevant as you see to think as SOXL dropping more than 33% in a single trading day is again, unlikely in the extreme. Semiconductor companies have existed for decades and synthetic SOXL analogs have been backtested as far back as you can go and NEVER one single time has a hypothetical 3x leveraged SOXL analog dropped anywhere near 34% in a single trading day and that's before your precious fucking circuit breakers which, by the way, exist not just for indexes but for single stocks including the ones underlying S M H and SOXX the non-leveraged semi ETFs. And while you're running your cocksucker PILL-bro, SPXL is also quite vulnerable to liquidation yet you are shilling it as an alternative to SOXL.
Lastly, the idea of even trading SOXL is part of a larger strategy that including of all things, buying low. Well, it's low. If it goes lower buy more. Jumping from ETF to ETF like you seem to be suggesting trying to time the market is guaranteed to REKT you in the long run. Period. Pick something, articulate a robust strategy around it and see it through. Trying to time sectors is fucking retarded and almost nobody can pull it off in the long term. Picking a single sector or ETF and trading it however is a winning strategy in the long term so shove your arrogant stupidity up your fucking ass unless you want to start comparing account balances in which case I will fucking mog you.

>> No.17163603

True. But look at SAVA. It was just $1.00 at the low. Now it's at 8 something. They don't got anything out on the market yet. With ONTX it all depends on the data/news. Data that exceeds the expectations will only make the rewards even more worth it. Data that shows the drug works as planned will be well worth it to. Some new deals get done, well hey all the better. Waiting is key but holding till the FDA green light is risky as hell. Cause the data can be good in every way but the FDA can still fuck them over.

>> No.17163636

>have $250k just sit in bank for 4 years (taxed earnings from my own business and two side jobs)
>somehow was never informed or learned about putting these into funds/stocks until two months ago
I feel like such a massive retard. almost in tears

>> No.17163642

And my initial response to your idiocy while admittedly tongue in cheek was worth your precious time to read as it gave you an alternative, actual multiple alternatives, to trading triple leveraged sector based funds since you seem to be so pussified you can't handle a little risk and volatility. Just buy some VOO in your fucking roth and stfu if you're so scared

>> No.17163650


Sounds like a Downie begging you for fuck.

>> No.17163663

>has $250,000 liquid
>almost in tears

Grow up.

>> No.17163664

Markets are forever lad. Don't sweat it.

>> No.17163671





>> No.17163674

It could have been at least 500k by now. I can't believe how invisible this whole investing thing is until you search it up

>> No.17163681

better late than never, you're now on a better path anon

>> No.17163684

Based effort poster.

>> No.17163724

are you adderall posting? It reads like addyposting.

a lot of allegations here that are bullshit. I normally enjoy your shilling but you're real triggered tonight. Would like to see those SOXL analog studies, that's interesting. Not sure why it'd be more resistant that SPXL but I guess I have something to look in to.

>> No.17163727

>expecting people to tip based on % of their cost instead of how much work you actually did

$15 seems overly generous for a dumb bitch who literally brought out 4 plates of food, a few drinks and refilled waters once. her job is literally walking shit back and forth 20 feet from the customers to the people who actually do the work. this is why i alwasy tip servers minimally with the receipt from the credit card transaction, and then go back and drop a cash tip with the cooks

>> No.17163763

if Trump loses re-election, then the crash will happen 6 months exactly

>> No.17163905

Why do you feel DIS is a good long term bet? Genuinely curious, my general feeling is that entertainment companies are risky.

>> No.17164148

I think they’re in a good position for streaming, and manage to crank out things that resonate with people and print money like frozen. Also Hamilton movie should bring in good moneys. They have several revenue streams, like theme parks, Disney+, espn, movie, anf lisencing their IP for games toys clothes and other merch.

You’re right though, it’s much less certain than LMT or BRKB and maybe I should replace it.

>> No.17164230

I go with Ruby because it's so damn comfy

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>it does nothing that perl couldn't already do
Not make your eyes bleed

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