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Toast in last bread

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>> No.17169028
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What's this pattern called?

>> No.17169029

1st for letting the chinese virus rampage through the chinese communist party.

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>> No.17169033

Rip snss

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No stopping us SPCE frens

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Why don’t you have MSFT in your portfolio, anon?

>> No.17169040

utter devastation for SNSS

>> No.17169042


God Fucking damn it

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friendly reminder that ONTX has been shady in the past and has done an offering after claiming they wouldn't and that they had more than enough cash. Be careful bros I'm getting strong FCEL vibes here

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also SNSS anon is no where to be seen, PATHETIC

>> No.17169060

Yeah, I remember buying in back at .51 and getting absolutely raped when it shot down to .30 cents when they did their last offering a month or two ago. Take your profit and GTFO!

>> No.17169065

Everything is green except that meme 1k I put in REFR
A beautiful sight

The fire rises
But we have a fixed date, tomorrow 2pm.
Thats the time you should jump off when things get hairy.
>has done an offering after claiming they wouldn't
Was this not a mistake with administration or some clerks though?

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>> No.17169074

Rate my trade strategy:
I only bought SNSS because it's almost SNES which gave me comfy memories.

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>> No.17169083

I'm right here and I'm just fine. A sudden dump like that with no basis is just that, a sudden dump with no basis. It will climb right back up.

>> No.17169089

If you had to bet on TSLA's price by the end of the day, what would you wager it would be?

>> No.17169091

I'm so nervous about ONTX

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You bought the TSLA dip, right?

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>> No.17169100

Stop Losses are your friend brother

>> No.17169102

Why do people here like T?
Is it because of the dividends?

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>Invest in FIT because im a fitizen

We almost share the same level of autism

>> No.17169104

looked up tgt instead, and wow'd

>> No.17169105

Source: dude, trust me

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sirs im scared sirs, pls vishnu dont dump further down

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Some info from a friend who's stuck in Wuhan.

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I have $300 pocket money in ONTX and I don't care about anything, I'm going to ride it to the end.

>> No.17169136

thinking of putting money into VIX or SQQQ or YANG
if you had to pick two of these which ones do you think hold the most potential? I'm thinking YANG and SQQQ but im worried the chinese governement might just cease to exist and a couple months and have 0 idea what happens to the china index 50 when that occurs

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>> No.17169146

up 100% on my 2/21 $3 galt calls, something brewing there

>> No.17169152

Every fucking time. Then it goes up a penny and he'll be here telling everyone to buy. Fucking faggot.

>> No.17169154

Yes but what if ontx falls beneath the line only to skyrocket after my shares are sold

>> No.17169181

Id rather sleep well and miss out on profits than lose everything.

>> No.17169187 [DELETED] 

Above $790 where there's some support for it, but fuck it, I'm going with $880

>> No.17169190

Why won't AMD go down?
Coronachan, please infect or kill more.

>> No.17169195

Already set up a limit order of $0.60 in case it feels in the mood of screwing around like that.

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Lusty girls edition, you say.

I was going to complain how my stock picks never go anywhere, but I'd rather post happy thoughts!

>> No.17169199

I literally just bought more shares. After whales pumped the stock so damn much last week this is a pretty obvious stop loss raid.

>> No.17169203

What the fuck is this

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Told ya guiz

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>> No.17169218

>was planning on buying half my position back in at whole dollar values via DCA today
>lmao nope just gonna keep going up


got so close to $49 too.

>> No.17169221

AMD CHADS [email protected]

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I hope all you bulls are making a bank . Who would bet against the market and hope for deaths? Bulls are in the right, they should win

>> No.17169227

going to the 6's

>> No.17169233

I'm right here anon, and I just bought more because this is a stop loss raid.

>> No.17169238

Stocks are even more retarded than crypto

>> No.17169244

god i wish that were me

>> No.17169254

Just happy thoughts today fren

>> No.17169265

the argument has been made plenty of times before but, if nCoV destroyed the world economy the money you made off of shorting things would be worthless. the market always goes up, in the long term. especially major companies.

im also a strong believer in the Trump economy. i guarantee you both that Trump will win another 4 years and when he does the stock market will skyrocket, screencap this.

>> No.17169272 [DELETED] 

As expected, the TSLA gigafactory has reopened.


>> No.17169277

Bought TSLA at 804, was that a mistake? Already lost $14

>> No.17169278

Remember that everybody is waiting for ONTX to hit 1 dollar per share, and everybody will absolutely be dumping all their shares at that point.

>> No.17169281

Well, now I have 106,200 shares at a 0.51 average. Fuck it.

>> No.17169299

Its currently at a range between .53 and .58 realistically
The only way its going to hit 1$ is by having an absolute blast tomorrow.

>> No.17169302

Let's get this SNSS bread

>> No.17169304

Just keep holding it. You're worried about a few dollars when the stock will move thousands of dollars over the next few years.

>> No.17169306

There's a conference today, and then some more media stuff they're doing later on.

>> No.17169307

I agree with you. I support Trump and believe in the economy he has built on.

>> No.17169316

conference is tomorrow

>> No.17169319

the trick is to spend all the money on assets that are valuable before people realize they are holding left holding worthless bags of cash
besides betting against china right now is a stupid safe bet imo

>> No.17169326

I hope so my first put is on this thing

>> No.17169333

It dumped low enough that we'll get SSR tomorrow and wednesday.

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Any of you anons actually trade options well? I have been dabbling with mixed success. I really enjoy making 200% gains on a fairly basic prediction but I have made some bad calls as well and its amounted to little more than a wash so far. I guess my question is how do you guys go about looking for catalysts to trade options on? What conditions do you look for for consistent gains?

>> No.17169355

Imagine if you were only 4 feet tall and she grabs you and won't let go. A man can dream!

>> No.17169359

Green this week, red next week

>> No.17169360

No because fidelity is the scum on the bottom of my fucking shoe and won't let me trade options unless I'm literally a rich chad apparently.

>> No.17169369

whats SSR ?

>> No.17169373

lets see it cross .60 first
im just watching. I get Bogged a lot so if i put puts on Ford it will shoot to like $30 fifteen seconds later.

>> No.17169381

Can someone explain options to a literal retard?

>> No.17169385

LEAPS on big companies.
Amazon, MSFT, MTU Aero (who build the engines for everything that flies), etc.
Stuff that is just not going to shit.

Safest way to make good money and the ups and downs of a single company do not really affect you too much this way.

>> No.17169388

It will touch $9 again and continue down unless something fundamental or news related happens

>> No.17169390

UNIT printing me money. Hope you bought at $5 like I told you goyim

>> No.17169393

short sale circuit breaker. It activates when a NASDAQ stock drops 10% in one day (even if it doesn't hold that drop, just has to hit the 10% mark). Makes it so no new short positions can be taken out while it's active, stays active for 48 hours.

>> No.17169396

Ah, yeah you're right. Well I know for sure the next one is the 17th.

The fact that they're holding these updates means good things, usually.

>> No.17169406

Check out Project Option on the Tube:

>> No.17169412

I've lost about $1k on YANG so far, but it's been a good lesson about just how artificial the stock market is.

>> No.17169423

Ford went down to 8 bucks a share, and then immediately jumped back to 8.15.
People are keeping an eye on Ford.

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>> No.17169431

Chinese govt will freeze equities long before they become a threat to stability. Don't make bets in china unless they're short term long positions

>> No.17169437

So what is your stop loss set at for ONTX

>> No.17169440

After looking at what holdings are actually in YANG, I got out quick. Mostly Financial and not enough tech and manufacturing, which would be hit hardest by Coronachan. I’m just going to patiently wait for the next SOXL dip to profit off of Chinese misery.

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See? SNSS already back up to 0.67 and market has only been open for 45 minutes. That was a stop loss raid, probably as a precursor to the 13Fs that I think come out today. Nothing to be afraid of

>> No.17169452

>have enough SAVA on RH to write options
>too dumb and cowardly to do so

Living the dream.

>> No.17169464

still hoping for another nCoV scare to drop the price to at least $49 so i can buy more. glad i held on to half of my position from last week at least just in case this sort of price action occurred. my guess is that it will sell off when it gets to resistance at the ATH again so that's probably where i'll sell everything.

>> No.17169468

I’m scared. That brief weekend dip seemed too generous and I almost never take advantage of those opportunities but did this time pretty nicely with UPRO SPCE and AMD (stock and calls on AMD).

>> No.17169477

Yeah those cocks won't let me in either. I'm new and I JUST want to buy calls, but they only have two application levels "I'm a literal retard and I should only be trusted writing covered calls" or "I'm a gambling addict and you have to worry about me running up massive debt and disappearing".

>> No.17169482

It should hold its ground above that.

Call me weak handed but I will now walk away without money from this

>> No.17169483

I bought KO for the lulz and divvies. Why this thing keeps going up and up?

>> No.17169484

What are our thoughts on BGS? It was holding out for a while, now shorts are bringing it down hard. Deans 2.0 is a possibility

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this lesson is probably lost on a lot of people, unfortunately.

>> No.17169496

Is now a good time to buy back into SAVA?

>> No.17169500

This week will be critical, as Chinese factories are slowly having their workers trickle back in this week. Depending on the extent of the supply chain disruption we’ll see how deep this dip goes. I think BABA call on Thurs. will be an important state of the Chinese union as well.

>> No.17169505

Late stage bull market. Rotation to equities with strong fundamentals and stability. That's also why fixed income saw a big boost in commissions from banks last quarter

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MSFT is my rock. My heart hurts for apple right now but I know things will get better

>> No.17169509

The supply chain will probably be showing signs of shortages within the month if the situation is as bad as it seems I don't really see how it can keep going up

>> No.17169510

Good company with 7%+ divvy?

>> No.17169511


Hold REFR long anon

>> No.17169512

Always buy SAVA. Just had another burst of insider buying last week.

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spx up day very likely

>> No.17169517

I'm getting out before the end of the day today no matter what, before this big update happens tomorrow

>> No.17169519

thanks for the heads up on BABA, i'll be keeping an eye on that this week.

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THIS (clap emoji) IS (clap emoji) ORGANIC (clap emoji) QUANTIFIABLE (clap emoji) GROWTH (clap emoji) STOP (clap emoji) SHORTING

>> No.17169528

I will. All of my stuff is mid/long term.
Except BABA (earnings in three days) and ONTX.

>> No.17169538

Shill me on SAVA ? Their graph and recent news are nothing special

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>> No.17169559

Now that Donald Trump's re-election is assured, CXW and GEO are good bets

>> No.17169561

The exact same logic can be applied to bulls during deflation

>> No.17169572

Ah yes, a fellow man of culture & private Prison Chad. CXW earnings are on Wednesday. They will be stellar, buy!

>> No.17169583

what situation is bad? supply chain is fine

>> No.17169585

Recession when? I'm all cash and I don't like it.

>> No.17169606

"Private Prison" Sir? I think you mean "Coronavirus Quarantine and Isolation Centers"

>> No.17169607

never lmao @ your RoC

>> No.17169609

can someone give me a quick run down on ONTX? are they doing good?

>> No.17169615

Huh, never heard of either of these.
Looks pretty good, though.

>> No.17169616
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>If a stock goes up it will continue to go up
>If a stock goes down it will go up again
Heh. Hey kid, do me a favor and check out F.

>> No.17169620

You’re late. Stay away fren

>> No.17169621

unless there's a major black swan i don't see a recession soon

>> No.17169628

MSFT mooning today. I give thanks to all the value that microsoft has brought to my life.

>> No.17169630

>when all your positions are green

This is bad, isn't it?

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Hi big retard here, I more or less know when to open a position but I'm not sure I know when to get out of one, I only buy and sell stock, any tips?

>> No.17169641

Same happened to me today too. Never had a situation like this before.

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BABA is red and REFR too

Somethings off

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SOXL is juicy

>> No.17169652

Check out the 5 year charts the moment Trump won. These companies have excellent balance sheets and are massively undervalued, price is artificially fixed by political bs only.

>> No.17169653

While I appreciate abusing murican nignogs while profiting, both companies seem to be in a long downtrend. I guess the dividends are the biggest plus here?

>> No.17169660

Get out when you feel comfortable leaving.
Trust your gut.

>> No.17169663

They have two phase 3 drugs in development, with multiple media events occurring this month. If they had bad news, they wouldn't go through all the hoops of paying for conferences just to discuss how they failed.

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>> No.17169668

>If a stock goes up or down it's probably for a good reason

How is F innovating, if you don't mind me asking? How is their management, how are they increasing market share, etc? I can answer these sorts of questions about AMD but I'm at a loss for F. If anything I bet you there is a good reason F is going down and will probably continue to do so, in the same way there is a good reason AMD has been going up and will likely continue to do so. it all comes down to the fundamentals at the end of the day, but people get too tangled up in these panic events like nCoV which the market is giving less and less of a shit about these days after the initial knee-jerk reaction.

>> No.17169669

GEO has earning same day

>> No.17169688
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A fellow Coronavirus Quarantine and Isolation and MSFT investor? A gentleman and a scholar!

>> No.17169689

I sold 12 dollars ago. Fuck you.

>> No.17169690

Soon. If GDP growth YoY is growing your average return in equities historically over the next 12 months is around ~20%, if GDP growth YoY is slowing it is -1%. We are slowing right now

>> No.17169692

TSLA will introduce certain economies of scale to make electric batteries more affordable for their competition. F and GM and others will introduce their electric lines that will actually compete with TSLA, while exporting gas cars to China and India.

>> No.17169696

See >>17169652 Trump will pump them again.

>> No.17169698

>on this day the frogs have escaped from behind the glass

>> No.17169705

Motor companies, while slow, are starting to invest mroe and more into electric cars.
Ford is also readjusting the models it produces to favor the ones that are actually selling (Their trucks) and starting to can the other ones.

>> No.17169706


Might try to profit off the mean reversion today

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KO just gonna keep going up, huh

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Anybody else gambling on ACB?

>> No.17169732

>would you like your SHAK burger in a BAG?

>> No.17169735

Anyone else eyeing SDGR?

>> No.17169744

God bless MSFT, AMZN and GOOGL
The three stocks that will make you a green boy

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>> No.17169752

I mean, it'll go back up but prob in a year

>> No.17169775

When the Fed allows for Fed-backed money going into the industry, it will further crash the industry. Prices have gone way the fuck down since I started smoking. I could find top notch 8ths for 150 and now i get it for less than 30. If even more supply comes into the market, it should actually destroy any potential profit that everyone will have to pack up shop and go home.

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I'll say this once for the ONTX bros out there
buy the rumor , sell the news

>> No.17169799

Imagine if ONTX passes SNSS

>> No.17169801

SOXL is winding up for the biggest explosion upward we've ever seen. At the first hint of this nCoV thing blowing over and the supply routes for semis opening back up all the way, the flood of money back into the sector will be biblical. I am accumulating as much as possible and suggest others do the same

>> No.17169809

New auto sales are trending down despite low rates. The only thing keeping F and GM alive are extremely low energy prices. If inflation persists above 3% these companies are going to struggle

>> No.17169820

It's possible but SNSS is a long term investment not a swing trade

>> No.17169828

MSFT bros whats happening

>> No.17169838

Seriously, this is your chance to get out with some nice green. Take your profits, don't gamble on pharma.

>> No.17169841

I agree, but don't you think it still has quite a bit of room to move downward in the short term, especially if Shenzhen gets shut down? I'm tempted to buy SOXS right now.

>> No.17169844

was gonna put some of my ontx profits into SOXL.

if I get any.

>> No.17169854

Can't make it moon mission too obvious.

>> No.17169861

last week I said MSFT to 190 by feb 14. We gonna hit it boys

>> No.17169866

So what's the situation with China today? Factories up and running again or something?

I'm looking at the OBV for AMD and it's basically a 45 degree line going up, wtf? I was really expecting the factory re-opening to be a fail and for it to go down, why is it being bought up so much all of a sudden?

or is it just the apple rumors, of the source code suggesting that they're switching from intel to AMD chips?

>> No.17169867

Does this mean it's a good buy? I'm making my first moves in stocks I'm still really confused

>> No.17169868
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>investing in empty chinese factories

>> No.17169870

please dont put money in triple leveraged products for LT

>> No.17169878

>my MSFT and CVS calls exploding

>> No.17169880

TSLA is, Foxconn isn't supposedly

>> No.17169882

They have a pill which cures alzheimer's, if taken twice a day. Everyone else will fail or seem almost useless compared to this. Well, except crtx, but that's about 2 years away, and they will go hand-in-hand with sava to the rescue

>> No.17169884


fundamentally dogshite, and their earnings are this week 2/14. They've revised guidance lower and sacked their CEO. For this to bounce on earnings they'd have to announce a partnership with jesus christ himself

>> No.17169887

95% of my approach is long term holds.

if I did this a year ago Id have 10x'd.

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Good luck frens bought 3100 shares at .56

>> No.17169894

You'd hardly think you can lose money selling drugs dudeweed stocks manage it

>> No.17169905

they're still doing trials no?

>> No.17169907

GALT Day tomorrow?

>> No.17169915

>short soxs instead

>> No.17169918

that and being part of duopolies in certain regions. they aren't going anywhere.

>> No.17169919

should I sell my Tesla share and do the same?

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Now thats a mad lad move
Proud of you

>> No.17169921


Enjoy the 50-100 bucks you’re left with, it’s the next amrn

>> No.17169928

My (fitter) brother

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Yes, it could. I don't have enough conviction to go in on SOXS but I am leaving some powder dry to get more SOXL at a lower price. I'd say I'm about 65% bullish if I had to put a number on it. No enough to go all in but not bearish enough to outright short. I know it's gonna blast up from somewhere and I doubt we see under 230 at the worst. When it takes off I wanna be as well positioned as possible. Not the most scintillating analysis but I'm just a dude trying to make it. My entry won't be perfect but I don't think with something like SOXL it has to be

>> No.17169947
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FUCK delta, theta is my new best friend

>> No.17169948

Please be larp. This shit was .31 ten or so days ago

>> No.17169952

If you put 10,000 in SOXL in 2013 you'd have $600,000 right now. Is it risk free? No. Will it work out in the future? Well, how do you feel about semiconductors? Look around you. Where is the world going?

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>TSLA getting bogdanoffed after good news.

>> No.17169975

You will seethe when it's 1.20 tomorrow

>> No.17169986

how long term for SNSS ?

>> No.17169987

where do you guys get your stonks news from? im curious if there is a better way than just yahoo finance and the TOS news feeds.

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>> No.17169998

I told you so >>17169098

>> No.17169999

>where do you guys get your stonks news from?

>> No.17170002


Finviz, stock twits, Apple stock jew screen, market chameleon

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/smg/ of course

>> No.17170025

Um, sweetie, this is the bottom for today.

>> No.17170027

The broker I use automatically has news articles related to whatever stock you search.

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>> No.17170029

you've lost so much to decay, why do this to yourself?

>> No.17170030


sweaty your doing great but dont buy till 650

>> No.17170051

Yep, phase2b is just finishing, results are expected soon. Meeting primary is sure, baswd on phase2a, but i don't see it being priced in somehow. The secondary endpoints are cognitive benefits. If these are met, share price might go nuts. I think they will be, because inflammation markers are so markedly reduced that it could come with cognitive improvements above statistical significance, even in 60 patients.

>> No.17170057

good points, love finviz in particular and stock twits for sentiment (knowing how to filter out the scammers is essential though). wtf is market chameleon? only one i haven't heard of.

lmao, i love you guys but it's mostly just meme penny stocks shilled here. idk why you guys aren't interested in following more predictable stocks. or at least reducing your risk by putting in a smaller amount of dosh into things that are obviously extremely volatile and unpredictable, or at LEAST being willing to DCA through that stuff.

>> No.17170062

They just dont know when to quit

>Amazon wants to depose Trump after losing $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract


>> No.17170067

Finviz, they have a new portion underneath the stock or index your looking up

>> No.17170083

One can dream, but i don't count on it. However the trial design might just about be finished, and maybe waiting for an fda nod

>> No.17170090

No, ford is fucking done right now. They'll probably cut their divy soon, I bet.

>> No.17170093


And Google News. All financial news site I tried where obnoxious "THESE 30 STOCKS WILL MOON YOU TO THE PROMISED LAND!!! NUMBER 2 WILL SURPRISE YOU! BUY NOW OR PERISH!" type of sites that pushed more clickbait than news.

>> No.17170094

Oh no no no no Bezos absolutely SEETHING ahahahahahaha.

>> No.17170095

>lmao, i love you guys but it's mostly just meme penny stocks shilled here. idk why you guys aren't interested in following more predictable stocks. or at least reducing your risk by putting in a smaller amount of dosh into things that are obviously extremely volatile and unpredictable, or at LEAST being willing to DCA through that stuff.

i have $280k in my "real" accounts I let robovisors manage.

the 3k or so I have on RH is whatever fuck it $

>> No.17170097

It was pumping off of negative news in the past. This should be no surprise.

>> No.17170101

That's a whole new level of butthurt.

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>try to sell NATH at 67
>jumps to 66.99

>> No.17170109

Does anyone here hold KO?
I'm going to be coming into some money soon, and I could buy about 10 shares.
The price seems a little high right now, so I'm not sure if I should wait a little or just jump in.

>> No.17170114

Worth selling my calls for?
50% up now

>> No.17170116


It’s a scanner essentially tells you what’s up or down with unusual volume/price action helps to spot whale movement or meme day trade plays

>> No.17170128

So would the buyout happen out of thin air and not at a conference sometime this coming month(s)?

>> No.17170133

>Everything up and green
>Best day ever so far
Wew lads

Something terrible is about to happen, no?

Ok, nah. Not worth it. Just Bezos being butthurt

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Talk me out of buying honda for divies. Chart is a little up and own, but they are making solid hybrids and its fucking honda

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>It didn't fill the gap before it happened
No shorts for me

>> No.17170172

that makes perfect sense, although i prefer to actively manage my positions. feel free to shill me on the robovisor thing though, i've always been curious how well those work out. i assume it's like schwab where it is created and owned by the brokerage and automatically manages the account of anyone who opts into it, correct? any way to get statistics on how well it has performed vs. the S&P? im instead working on creating my on autotrading program but i also have less money than you so it's easier to grow through day/swing trading.

>> No.17170174

>>17169919 fuckin Kek

>>17169948 waiting on that news report Friday crossing fingers

>> No.17170182

Didnt they shut down all their plants from corona?

>> No.17170186

I don't buy car companies but macro level stuff looks pretty good.

>> No.17170187

thanks i'll check it out. always looking for new trading resources, if you or anyone else wants to share more things i can bookmark, feel free.

>> No.17170189

Elon has been slacking on the memes lately. He needs to go do DMT during a Tesla commerical

>> No.17170190

May I ask the natty fags here why they think gas is a good investment right now?
As far as I can see the weather is warm and there is no real reason it should go up.

>> No.17170192

when are you exiting your MSFT positions?

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Guys when I google "tesla stock" I don't get the chart any more. Works for other companies.

What does this mean?

>> No.17170206

They seem high now? Wait until you see how high they are after you're spent years waiting for the recession

>> No.17170210

Search Honda cvt transmissions or go ask /o/ how they feel about it

>> No.17170213

When the underlying is on an upward trajectory, the daily rebalancing helps rather than hurts so SOXL over the long term has actually returned more than the expected 3x. Think about it. Suppose you used margin and started at 3x leverage. When the underlying increases in price, the gains are added to your principle in effect slowly decreasing your leverage since the margin amount remains the same. But with daily rebalancing, the margin is automatically reset for you so you start each day off back at 3x over the long term propelling you that much further. Consider this, in the first 3 years of SOXL's existence, from 2010 to 2013, it was flat since the entire market was flat. Then everything took off. The school of thought that fears beta decay above all else would lead you to believe that SOXL was a bad investment. Yet when you look at the chart you see that from 2010 to present SOXL, despite the chip and flatness the first three years, returned 30x. The S&P over the same time span? 2x. And that's with chop, flat periods, large dips, etc. Synthetic semiconductor based leveraged instruments have been back tested as far back as semiconductor companies have existed. These synthetic models use the same methodology of construction as the SOXL underlying. The result through all market environments including the Great Recession, black Monday, etc? Complete and utter obliteration of market returns. It's no contest over the long term. Personally I believe in the semiconductor sector, certainly over the next couple of decades which is my time horizon. I also like leverage and I like the regular rebalancing so I will be buying SOXL. You are welcome to do otherwise.

>> No.17170215

Yeah I’m eyeing it to but it just seems a little high but I’m a newfag so

>> No.17170225

>i prefer to actively manage my positions. f
i dont have time for that

returns are just returns, it tells you. I use futureadvisor for half my bag, the other is vanguard personal advisor services (not a robo advisor, my mistake)

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>AMD May calls way out of the money acquired last week

Let’s see $80+ by May famalam

>> No.17170233

Yes, i think so. Also, possibly the buyer is the one to announce. Anyway everything should be set for the trial before a final signature, including the fda nod, and maybe the first dosing. Apart from that it is also their job to find a new ceo/cmo who will oversee the trial to the end. They already stated they are looking for one. So basically Schlevin has to do a final cleanup all around the company before proceeding.

>> No.17170240

If this works out you will be a fucking millionaire.

>> No.17170258

When the stock price reaches somewhere in the 190s, dont want to see it tease 200 and skydive like what tesla did with 1k

>> No.17170261

What's your position on KO, anon? I'm looking at either a couple of shares of CO, or an index fund full of dividend stocks, which includes things like KO, PG, T, etc.
Both look appealing to me.

>> No.17170273

AMD should be in the $60's at least in march, my gut tells me the financial advisor day on march 5th is going to be YUUUGE! if they actually announce Big Navi then, press F to pay respect to bears.

>> No.17170281

>SA says TSLA isn't a bubble
time to buy puts?

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>> No.17170305

Newfag here...just sold my aapl stock bc I feel much of Apple's mfg is based in china...did i goof?

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Is KO gonna keep printing me money forever?

>> No.17170312

When do I sell Ontx?

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>> No.17170320

before they announce new dilution

>> No.17170329

the chad virgin vs the virgin tesla

>> No.17170335

most likely

>> No.17170339

KO is one of those institutions that might outlive the nation that spawned it, like a religion

>> No.17170340

tempted to buy SPCE puts

>> No.17170344

Fuck I wish, that'd net me a cool 200%. I doubt though.

>> No.17170349

SPCE is currently overvalued and people are just gonna keep buying into the meme baka this market

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>> No.17170363

Cola is the most universal word after ok.
What do you think?

>> No.17170370

if you want to hold a long term position in pretty much anything, you should highly consider taking a dollar cost averaging (DCA) approach. if you did your DD and decide it's a high probability bet that they will continue going up in the future, you should buy some shares now, but not a full position. like, imagine you are willing to buy 1000 shares. you could buy 100 shares now, and if the price drops to some level of support, you'll buy another 100 shares. if it goes up and breaks through resistance and retests that resistance as support, you can add another 100 shares to your position there as well. at certain percentage gains (say 5%, 10%, whatever you decide through your analysis and risk tolerance), you take profit on half of your position, ready to buy back in on dips to certain levels. you just keep doing this over and over again as long as you like the company and the FA and TA both line up with bullishness. this is more or less what im doing with AMD at the moment.

you generally want to hold on to at least some shares at all times if you really like the company, because it could just keep going up or spike at some point. the only time i sell my entire position is on a significant spike on news (more than 2-3x the ATR on the daily). spikes are generally never sustainable and usually require a drop into consolidation before continuing higher because of profit taking.

>> No.17170375

They will start their rocket soon and it will explode with that announcement.
Its free money.

>> No.17170383

What is the farthest off you feel?

>> No.17170388

delta is shit, nvm not worth it

>> No.17170391

No chance of long term?

>> No.17170394

I have a theory in my head about SPCE after closely watching TSLA go up and down for a few years. I’m not sure if I can even make sense of it at the moment desu but long story short I’m buying as much SPCE as I can.

>> No.17170398

This sounds like solid advice, thanks.

>> No.17170400

>sold SPCE before it hit 20 thinking it would dip at 20 again

>> No.17170403

today is too green, its worrying

>> No.17170404

Fucking AMD went up even more because of the Apple rumor/leak.

>> No.17170406

should i fomo into spce? this is ridiculous

>> No.17170423

Dunno if I should sell with my profit and buy back in or wait.

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>> No.17170440

I'm tempted to say tomorrow before the conference, but also today before close might be good as people buy up some in the hopes it moons tomorrow.
Fwiw I'm in really light so my choice comes down to do I want $100 today or maybe more tomorrow, and I'm willing to gamble on that amount.

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I made 20$ dollars this morning

>> No.17170459

>heavy on 2/21 $3 GALT calls

I reallllllly need this to have a good day tomorrow.

>> No.17170473

Looks awful.
Would buy between 1.7-2.1

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Corona-Chan is in full swing yet the markets just shrug it off. Is it because trading is all algorithmic and the machines are bullish on wiping us out?

>> No.17170492

they're doing something tomorrow, hope it pumps it

>> No.17170493

I made 30$ but the trading fees brought that down to 1$ profit

>> No.17170494

I doubt new data from the phase2 part is needed for it, so i am hoping it's sometime this spring. If not, then i really don't know, but as a worst case scenario i am prepared to hold for years. Mixing in 21jan calls are good for this purpose: huge gain if buyout, but still acceptable gain with a fair chance, if no buyout.

>> No.17170496

>boomer news talking about MSFT
time to cash out?

>> No.17170511

You don't fool me, Mr. Bezos

>> No.17170528

Are you trading outside the US? Because tdameritrade and others no longer charge a fee

>> No.17170530

Right with you bro

>> No.17170538

I mean that's sort of why I think it is good time to buy, looks priced jn
Also my thoughts
/o/ only drives shitboxes. Yeah, cvt sucks but everyone is doing it because normies. I want to buy a current gen accord with the 2 liter and 6mt

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they finally figured out how to deal with m*atsacks once and for all, tempt them with sweet gains so they don't let their guard down

>> No.17170549

They basically said It's great but over bought but also a safety play

>> No.17170558

Also Lilly announced their alzheimers drug failed today. Good for sava?

>> No.17170559

I agree actually.

>> No.17170560

Yea I'm in canada and the minimum fee for stocks is 4.95$. ETFs are free to trade. Are you telling me americans get to trade stocks for FREE ?

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10% up today so far

In my country a "womens bullrun" starts when the stock is on the frontpage of the tabloids.
Playing that bullrun is dangerous, but can be quite rewarding because it will fly for another week.

>> No.17170577

Are you outside the US? Lately the only fees I pay are for options trades with Schwab and every now and then exchange fees that are only a few cents at a time. No trade commissions has really made my small account perform so much better.

>> No.17170578

dumping everything into semiconductors as we speak

>> No.17170584

I can only guess the market knows Winnie will torch the hundred acres if that's what it takes to keep the honey safe

>> No.17170602

Yes but I'd rather have free healthcare

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I added 1000 shares myself.

All my SNSS gains are being wiped out by VFF shitting the bed for no reason though.

>> No.17170613

So what youre saying is to buy puts?

>> No.17170634

I hope so. It’s been dumping all day

>> No.17170637

This seems to be a nice catch from 3.50 to 4.

>> No.17170646

It takes up 30% of provincial budgets. You are fucking retarded

>> No.17170649


t. self employed and stuck on the individual market

>> No.17170664

look at the historical ranges, always buy and hodl under 2

>> No.17170669

Yer right, that's money we could spend on giving our cops tanks instead. Fucking burgers.

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I made .27 dumping my 1 share of YANG at market open anticipating this pump, am I going to make it?

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>It takes up 30% of provincial budgets. You are fucking retarded

>> No.17170695

Or paying down the budget? Oh wait nobody cares about that

>> No.17170697


lmao, he doesn't know.

>> No.17170698

Ohhhh noooo 30% of the money being stolen is instead being used to prevent individuals from having greater than 100% their money taken by a sudden visit to the ER?
Geez you're right I sure am glad medications in the United States cost 10x what they cost in Canada

>> No.17170699

>UBI and single payer for Boomers
>the (((free market))) for everyone else

what did ((they))) mean by this?

>> No.17170703

>Paying down the deficit
That's what future generations are for

>> No.17170707

>"womens bullrun"
thanks. now ill know what to call it when they ask how I became a billionaire

>> No.17170717

>I have never been to a Canadian hospital

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>> No.17170724

I don't know, this shouldn't really come as a surprise. Attempts at targeting amyloid beta are pure desperation at this point and are never meant to work at best, and even damaging at worst. You can simply count on literally everyone failing, except sava and crtx. I think the only way to not fail for all other drugs in the current pipeline is to recruit thousands of people and watch for years. The targets are simply too far off from the actual cause and thus have marginal effectiveness

>> No.17170731

>Silly goyim. We will simply hyperinflate it away

>> No.17170732
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Anybody got tips of stable dividend stocks?

Looking for old companies and at least 4% yield.

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.58 wall destroyed, ONTX chads do NOT sell, this is only the beginning. this is NOT a penny stock, its the NASDAQ ffs

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>> No.17170751

Canada has some of the highest healthcare costs per capita in the world and this amount of only expected to grow with our rapidly aging population. Your retarded system doesn't mean that ours is great. The average family here pays around 10k a year in taxes for their healthcare and in return we get soviet tier hospitals.

>> No.17170754

Stocks only go up

>> No.17170771

The boomer cries out in pain as he strikes you

>> No.17170773

I invested in JUST because I keep making shitty investments.

>> No.17170782

Alternatives would be "Maid's Rally" or "House Wives' Rally"

It apparently goes back to 1929 when German butlers, maids and women bought stocks to profit from the free money...

>> No.17170783


>> No.17170787

America's system costs more for less

>> No.17170793

AMD chads, what do i do? should i sell at some point today? is this pump over what is likely due to the apple rumors sustainable? i was hoping for it to dip so i could start buying back the other half of my position after selling some on friday, but now i have no idea.

fuck, we could see a 5% gain today, really getting an itch to sell before the profit taking dump occurs. but it's also an amazing company, but the nCoV shit is still going on, send help you guys.

>> No.17170797

sell at 60

>> No.17170807


>> No.17170808

i loathe Boomers.


>> No.17170823

how many niggers and illegals you guys got up there? we voted for Trump, we're fucking trying to turn this ship around, only so much we can do when dems fucked the country up so badly because they literally want to destroy the country and go back to serfdom or some shit.

>> No.17170827

Is that what their drugs do, try to reduce amyloid plaque formation?

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AMDChads don't sell we accumulate. AMD is going to $100 in the next 12 months.

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>> No.17170840

>The average family here pays around 10k a year in taxes

Insurance for me and my family (of six) is around $2200/month and that gets me a 6k deductible meaning i have to spend 6k before it even does shit.

Im self employed so I am forced to use the individual market. I dont qualify for subsidies or gibs so I have to pay the full price. There is only one insurer to choose from on my area.

an extra 10k/yr in taxes would mean a savings of 16,400 for me.

>> No.17170850

I'm in the US you baka

>> No.17170859

Thoughts on square? Sounds like a company that just can't lose

>> No.17170875

Sq wants 90. I have 90 3/20 calls singing well today.

>> No.17170877

if the nCoV situation wasn't continuing to fuck shit up i'd agree with you but at least in the short term im trying to derisk myself and swing trade at least half of my position. this is a pretty fucking big pump today though. i have no doubts about their long term prospects, i guess im mostly just trying to optimize my position and protect against world events fucking with my gains.

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Thank you! Have some of those, will look at the others.

>> No.17170906

one last pump for AMD before i enter my credit spread

>> No.17170907

Can you assholes take the pol shit to >>>/pol/? I don't give a fuck about you're paying for your angina treatments. Stonks, bitches

>> No.17170915

point still stands. you can't act as though canada and the US are literally the same country when comparing their financials. any of you guys talking about """free""" healthcare, at least do us the favor of calling it "taxpayer-funded" healthcare, because that's what it is. and it turns out that it doesn't work too well when you have roughly 10x the population and a ton of people who abuse the shit out of the system.

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The short massacre doesn’t end with TSLA

>> No.17170939

Or your wife could just get a job that has insurance. It was your choice to have a bunch of kids, no sympathy from me that you have to pay up as a result

>> No.17170943

That was Lilly's drug, or more precisely they wanted to avoid plaque formation by binding to the monomer or something. But i am just reading the wiki on that.
Sava's drug binds to an altered conformation of a protein in the cytoskeleton, filamin-a. The trick is that this altered protein messes up key receptors on the cell surface and as a result amyloid beta binds to these receptors and causes pathological signaling. So the sava drug by restoring the conformation, releases the amyloid beta bindings, so the cell doesn't go suicidal. It also solves tau hyperphosphorylation, insulin resistance, too much cytokine release and whatnot. It is truly unique.

>> No.17170944

I fucking hate the fact that I give boomers a cut of my paycheck, and I'll never get the same. It INFURIATES me.

>> No.17170948

>America's system costs more for less
America will always have higher healthcare costs than most other countries because most of their population consists of overweight, obese, and plain retarded people. It's absurd to compare it to a country like Japan or some of the Nordic countries. Young people used to have cheap insurance in the US, meaning they had thousands of dollars more a year to invest and build up more than enough money that they wouldn't have to worry about increased premiums when they're older. Do you have any idea how much money I'm losing because I have to pay for healthcare I don't use? It's very hard to get even a family doctor here. I went to the hospital to visit someone the other day and was greeted by a full blown tranny at the desk and every staff member was an obese woman who didn't speak English properly. The Canadian healthcare system is failing.
The average family size here is only like 2.5 people. You would pay a lot more than 10k if your family makes more than 63k combined.
Umm, sweetie, this is /pol/.

>> No.17170950

SPCE is gonna dip back down tomorrow

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US healthcare is fucked up but you haven't been to other countries with universal healthcare man. Hospitals are like torture chambers.
Pic rel is what an average Greek hospital looks like. My gf recently had the flu and she tried going to the hospital, she waited +4 hours while she had high fever and she didn't get checked because there was a line of 40+ people ahead of her that had been waiting even longer. She ended up going to a private hospital and paying for the visit. Hospitals are always understaffed and most of the times there's a shortage of medical equipment and supplies. Very often, if you have to do an MRI or something like that you have to go to a private institution because the hospitals don't have it or there's an absurdly long waiting time (+1 year).
Oh, and whenever you are scheduled to have an operation of any sorts the doctors will flat out ask for money (500-3000 euros usually depending on the operation) or else they make you wait months on end to get operated.

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Do you even know what insurance costs in the U.S.? And it doesn't cover everything or it covers a portion or it randomly doesn't cover something or it covers everything except the brought in an out of network anesthesiologist and he charged the hospital 3 grand and they're charging you that
AND you always have x amount of money you have to pay yourself ("deductible") before your insurance even kicks in and that's usually hundreds or thousands

And you have copays that song you every time you see any kind if healthcare professional not just a doctor
You also have coops for meds and new meds that aren't covered

You pay DICK compared to an American. Maybe CN's implementation is bad but NHS as a whole is not

>> No.17170976

Haha oh you'll get a check. When you're 85 and for 1/5 of your living expenses

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AMD 52$ broken

nCoV justing the supply chain sooner or later is my only concern right now regarding AMD, since their products will sell regardless.

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i am waiting for the right entry

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WFC and IP were new to me, thanks again! DOW stocks (Dow Inc?) are new, I'm looking for old companies that have stood the test of time (at least lived through 2008).

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I hate being poor. I could only afford 1 contract now look at it... THIS SHIT IS SOO GHETTO!

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we're all gonna make it, ONTX chads

>> No.17171018

Anyone else buy that premarket LLY dip?

How much of Eli Lilly’s future earnings were dependent on this drug, really? More than 4% of the share price dumping was silly.

>> No.17171030

Sell that shit soon

>> No.17171032

Ok, and now
>Among elderly Social Security beneficiaries, 21% of married couples and about 45% of unmarried persons rely on Social Security for 90% or more of their income.
wtf. Boomers are welfare queens who robbed their children's futures.

>> No.17171040

Just got out, made 4 cents. Only bought 2 shares but its like my 3rd trade ever. Ty biz. I can see why this is fun, only invested 10 dollars.

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>> No.17171047

should i dump ucm tomorrow? or will it skyrocket?

>> No.17171058

The boomer news is pounding the drum on MSFT

>> No.17171062

/pol/ is unironically the best board of all 4chan
>unless your IQ is low enough that you believe everything you read or you can't entertain an idea without accepting it

also quit being a faggot

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>and all i can do is cry about it

>> No.17171065

Yes but also the country will be majority beaner by the time social security implodes so that's good. FUCK beaners

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>> No.17171094

my wife works with me. I used to be able to count her as an employee to qualify for small group but they took that away. now a spouse doesn't count,

I throw most medical bills in the garbage so you're paying for them anyway.

>> No.17171099

everything seems to be taking a small lunch time hit, im sure shit gonna recover in a few minutes tho

>> No.17171105

>Do you even know what insurance costs in the U.S.?
What do you expect with Obamacare and all the political interference? What do you expect with an out of control (((insurance))) industry that is enabled by your own politicians? The fact remains that the US used to have very reasonable premiums for healthcare insurance and that enabled younger people to get ahead because they didn't have to pay extremely high premiums and they could build up capital that would take care of it in the future. In Canada, there are young people paying tens of thousands of dollars per year for healthcare yet they don't even have a family doctor. They're paying largely for people who have hundreds of thousands of dollars like the average baby boomer. It doesn't make any sense.

It's a fact that America has much better service too. I know someone that had to wait a year to start cancer treatment, after it took them a year to finally get diagnosed. You have no idea the incompetence that arises when their is no completion and you cannot fire hospital staff members. We hire people with a 3rd world education in nursing and give them 80k a year. At this point, it's basically a jobs program for minorities.

>> No.17171108

Kys namefag

>> No.17171119

I hope you all get ass cancer

>> No.17171127

It cost more before Obama care it would cost less if Republicans hadn't hamstrung it

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That's not a nice thing to say. Fortunately, I don't take it up the butt so that's unlikely.

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Well Mondays fucking blow for trading.

>> No.17171163

LYFT boutta get lyft'd again

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Sure, it'll recover. Just hold.

>> No.17171222

they already did, slowpoke

>> No.17171307

It will cost more as a whole because now you have the worst of both systems and the young are subsidizing the old. In 2019 the average US health insurance premium for a 21 year old was just $200 per month or $2,400 per year. In Canada, if they made an average wage, they would pay at least double that amount and even more if they were at a high income.

In 15 years with a 7% return, they've could have made $74,000 more than their Canadian counterpart if they invested the difference.

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i wish people would go back to just posting images without a god damn title baked into the thing

>> No.17171454

Before July

>> No.17171456

Just bought 100 SNSS

>> No.17171560

well im biting the bullet and moving over to tastytrade. so tired of rh's bad info and bad fills.

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I showed my mom all the money I made las week, about $1,500, and she's still nagging me about finding a real job... I swear to god once I get my account to $25k, so I can be over the PDT rule, I'm moving out.

>> No.17171623

"getting a real job" just means she wants you out of the house anyway

>> No.17171706


faggot chinks are cheating so dont bother.you wont beat the commies when their nation state is in on the fix. they are literally printing money to pump into their market, they dont care how devalued their currency gets. and they arent letting companies sell or short, so their market literally cant go down. put your money towards spreading corona there somehow. maybe bribe a sick dude to go around coughing on the commie party leaders

i bought Ford a year ago and those fuckers have only lost me money, i think their stocks are headed for sub $1 the way they build their shit cars

i just got robinhood, how do you do that? are calls only availabel in the pro version i cant find them or options

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what know how can do????

yeah hard pass

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Should I hold onto my IBM puts?

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