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dropped 3k on XOM calls, how'd i i do lads

>> No.18115123

cmon, it's over

>> No.18115126

Closin in on 400% for 2020

>> No.18115133

I don't respect women, bros

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Might as well have gone to the casino.

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Only from 2008. Not really that oldfag.

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>> No.18115147

I'm out bros I'm out

>> No.18115148


This is bullish and priced in

>> No.18115157

Screen cap this for tomorrow when we're up another 6% and bears lose everything for choosing to hold over the weekend.

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>> No.18115161

Is there any anime about cute girls trading stocks?

>> No.18115164

Markets will never go up again.

>> No.18115166

Felig a green monday but no clue friday

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>> No.18115170

I think you'll do well, XOM is going to get pumped soon, everyone's mentioning it but it hasn't gotten the Boeing/Chevron treatment yet

>> No.18115171

Could be worse, he could have lit it on fire by buying puts.

>> No.18115179

Not really stocks but there's C

>> No.18115184
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It is on!

>> No.18115190

Euphoria is the only one I can think of, it even captures the experience of a being a bearbro among multiple bulls

>> No.18115198
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ok bros lets get rich

>> No.18115202

How many years before bears give up on saying "bulltrap"?

>> No.18115209

p r i c e d i n ?

>> No.18115215
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C - The money of soul and possibility control
Spice & Wolf
Kakegurui has a bit but it's more of a straight gambling anime

>> No.18115216

So we sell next week?

>> No.18115220

they've been complaining since 2009, so probably never

>> No.18115224

No, anon in that Pic will be wrong.

>> No.18115226

This is a good time
Just go long quality thats less effected
U can rotate post q1 er if you wanna play for more gains into really fucked sectors

Im long some tech stuff

>> No.18115227
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Holding through the weekend bros.


>> No.18115229

I'll feel comfortable that the bottom really was Monday if we can go more than a week without a 1000+ point high volatility swing fest

>> No.18115251
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>new york goes to shit
>mainly worthless gig economy workers and outdated retail workers out of work
>anyone with half an iq point realizes these people were mostly subsisting on gibs
This is how you get dow 50000

>> No.18115258

Not cupkake world!!!

>> No.18115259
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The entire market is a bulltrap.
It was rigged from the start.

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Tomorrow will be redder than anything any of us could have ever imagined and it will come as a surprise crushing all hopes the bulls had and the bears will reign supreme for hours to come after open. Screenshot this or your future daughter will be raped by a pack of ferrel niggers and her carcass will be used by the homeless as a makeshift fleshlight till her corpse fully decays.

>> No.18115265

Shelly is so fucking HOT

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>> No.18115272

I remember when I learned about efficient market theory back in school that it was largely regarded as trash and more of a gigantic case of confirmation bias. Because if it were true there would never be crashes unless there were supernatural events like terrorist attacks.
I did not see its potential shitpost value though. Kicking myself. PRICED IN

>> No.18115274

i bet it opens green as fuck and then dumps to all hell after all bobos have lost hope.

>> No.18115276

Kek when people realize 60% of usa economy is just velocity shit from real drivers and this has way less effect than people think

>> No.18115277

Have we hit bottom or not?

>> No.18115282

Lmao that threat

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>> No.18115289
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>Fucking everyone over
Subarashi, Mr. Powell. Did Lord Bog order this?

>> No.18115291
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Why are people crying about manipulation? The government broadcasts it to the whole world before they do it

>> No.18115294

No. The S&P will bottom below 2000 within the next two months.

>> No.18115296

Because you make wayyyy more money on human emotion

Imagine if entire market was warren buffet and trading in it

>> No.18115297

>muh economic collapse
Fucking cope bears

>> No.18115299

I’m kind of retarded, but are stocks every like Wolf on Wall Street where they “know” when to go in and when to sell it is it mostly just a gamble?

>> No.18115304

i hope so. bulls are insufferable.

>> No.18115307

Not really. Anime we have [C] - The money of soul and possibility of control but it's more pet fights with a somewhat markets background.

We have mangas like Investor Z and Billionaire Girl.

We also have a lot of gambling stuff like Kaiji, One Outs and Akagi.

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Yes. DOW 18.5k was bottom

>> No.18115317

yeah uhhhhh, based department?

>> No.18115318

For those firms type its mostly insider info or gambling

Not much inbetween

>> No.18115323

it shouldn't really matter if you've thought about asset allocations in advance. stocks go down, rebalance. stocks go up, rebalance. take all of the emotion out of it, it helps.

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>> No.18115326

I’m very new to this shit, but I’ve been looking at trends over the past year, assuming that the stocks will get near to what they were then. So I tell my girlfriend, so she fucking invests in AMC. I check and see the most they’ve been worth a share is $10. Why do women do this?

>> No.18115328

>futures not oscillating back
>everything red now
>AUS dumping hard
uh oh

>> No.18115332

Lmfao, cope harder bears. You missed the dip

>> No.18115334
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Futures red but it doesn't matter for fucking shit. Go ahead Jerome, pump it up to 3k tomorrow.

>> No.18115336

How many deaths per day are priced in at this point? 500?

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Bullish or simply priced in?

>> No.18115341

Because that's a different schedule from the ETF pumping they're doing.

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____ _ ___

>> No.18115344

Past Regressor is good.

>> No.18115347

Oil bros from previous thread status check. Has the oil jihad commenced and are we safe from the kung flu? Also any undiscovered oil gems you've been talking about. Heard about SSL, maybe, but its a south african company though it does seem to have a boer influence.

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It literally doesn't matter how red futures are, Jerome is going to print enough.

It's entirely possible we'll see 20 trillion fed-owned assets by the end of the year.

>> No.18115360

the farmers are going to be the ones that win in the end

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>> No.18115365

The DOW'd have to dump over 2000 again for anyone to even bat an eye at this point, I think your prediction is too ridiculous to even screencap.
As for your threat well if I ever allowed myself to be so cucked as to be raising a daughter I would hope one of my bros would kill me to save me the life of shame.

>> No.18115366

In bull markets you get money for nothing. Bear markets are a gambling world for the smaller guys.

>> No.18115368

Good afternoon stock faggots, I'm going to need to see some sauce for that

>> No.18115369

I’m deep in puts but I know you’re that guro tranny and I don’t want to be on the same side as you because you probably don’t even lift, make under 95k and work in IT on top of having a severe mental illness

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>those futures

>> No.18115374

thats a man

>> No.18115375

Those oil production increases aren't even going into effect until April. You don't know what you're doing.

>> No.18115379

Today was your last chance to cash out and lock in gains

No one is going to want to hold over the weekend and when everyone realises that the U.S. has #1 cases of corona and the shitty jewed 3rd world health infrastructure can't keep up next week will be deep red

>> No.18115382

Why do we even give a shit about non-Us markets? They all just mimick the US anyways.
If Bayer and VW have stellar quarters, but the US doesnt the DAX will dump. If Toyota presents great data but the DOW has a slump then good bye Nikkei.

>> No.18115383

fuck you

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>> No.18115394

S&p has been negative annualized return since i started my acct. Doggy dog world out there

>> No.18115396

all of them

>> No.18115399

Jesus dude. So edgy.

>> No.18115404

I am an American after all if I don't know what I am doing, that means my enemy will be also confused.

>> No.18115406

Stop getting crazy over a 0.8% down. 2% was pumped in 3 minutes earlier today.

>> No.18115408

everything is connected by algos

>> No.18115409

I'm guessing the SSL pump is over at this point, since it fell down from +50% to +25% before close.

Really everything is a deal right now, just make sure you're looking about book value and debt load. Nobody's actually going to go bankrupt from this and even if they do, their book values are through the roof even with the debt loads so they should be able to negotiate and acquisition from some bigger oil company rather than just sell everything in bankruptcy court.

>> No.18115414

Use saucenao faggot

>> No.18115417

Not expecting an actual answer but how the fuck do options even work? I understand the aspect of buying the ability to sell or buy something at a certain price. This is all fine and dandy stuff. What I don't understand is literally selling the option. Are you now liable to provide said stocks? What happens if the guy who bought it from you, sells it to another guy? Are you now free from the contract?

>> No.18115422

Cope harder, sucks that you lost money on your SPY puts

>> No.18115423

>No one is going to want to hold over the weekend
That has been said every fucking weekend this month and only one was red.

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Watching these consoomer industries crumble brings such warmth to my soul

>> No.18115429

There's no time, my dick is already out

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If you think people are lying about NYC hospitals being hit bad, realize this. It’s bad enough that NYU, Columbia, and Mt Sinai are graduating the 4th year medical students early so they can work ASAP as emergency temporary residents. That shit is a wartime policy and doesn’t happen often if ever.

>> No.18115432

No every chain of people who touched it get to execute whenever they want

Its an infinite energy machine

>> No.18115433

Some important people at my previous job are now getting laid off. It appears things are worse than we ever thought.

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>> No.18115437

If you sell to close, then you relinquish the contract and the other party cannot exercise it.

Selling to open carries the risk of the option buyer exercising it on you.

>> No.18115449

I'm an Australian, we can't buy puts. I hold gold miners and a U.S. ETF so I've lost only like 5%.

If you look at the GFC it spiked before plummeting back down again.

>> No.18115458

Sauce it in the OP you coomer

>> No.18115459

Honestly its like a play by play of Italys attempts to stop the second wave of the spanish flu.

They gave entire hospitals to be run by a single first year medical student, issued quarantine orders between towns requiring people to have passports to cross, and then issued as many masks as they could.

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>> No.18115470

Stop looking at gfc

Its noise

>> No.18115473

Where at?

>> No.18115485

I came here to COOM not to read a load of garbage

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>> No.18115490

What if you get picked out of everyone but don't have the stocks or cash? What if literally no one out of the whole group has whats written on the contract?

>> No.18115491

Every option has an expiration date. Until that date the option contract has a price based on the underlying asset, time till expiration and volatility and it can be traded from person to person at that price. When it expires the holder then has the right to buy or sell the asset at the strike price. If you trade it before the expiration date then yeah you're free, if you hold it when it expires then you actually have to deal with the asset.

>> No.18115494

if you buy an option and then sell it off, you are selling your right to exercise the option.

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just bought a bunch of spy calls at close. im gonna make so much money bros. who here /bullgang/?

>> No.18115505

i bet the bogs fucking did. I'm 30% 3x inverse etfs, about 40% stocks and index etfs, 30% cash.

>> No.18115508

How fucking delusional do you have to be to be a communist? They've been saying "this is the end of capitalism" for hundreds of years. At some point you have to admit that it's a secular version of christianity and you're waiting for your second coming of christ, saying it's just around the corner, attempting to immanentize the eschaton. Give it up you dumbfuck insects

>> No.18115510

I feel like such a retard holding ETFs instead of picking stocks when I see shit that is obviously oversold by like 80% pump 30% 3 days in a row. But I know that as soon as I buy it'll dump 90%.

>> No.18115515

as in, no, unless you wrote the option, you wont be the one eating shit if it gets exercised on you

>> No.18115516

Southern California, I worked at a start up company, but they have a very large client that you're probably familiar with that is cutting budgets massively. They mainly service small to medium size businesses.

>> No.18115520

And yet somehow people here are bullish lol

>> No.18115523

What expiration?

>> No.18115530
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>90% of monetary benefits accruing to older than 50s

>> No.18115538

AMC got hit hard with all the closures and will rebound once they’re reopened, just because the numbers are small doesn’t mean it’s a bad investment. Stop being autistic

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>> No.18115545

>Why do we even give a shit about non-Us markets? They all just mimick the US anyways.

Exactly, you retard

>> No.18115546

It's just money.


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>> No.18115552

3/27, 3/30, 4/3

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They were missing one key ingredient that makes America far greater and more capable than Shitaly

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>> No.18115564

Yeah inheritance is becoming most important way to become wealthy and it will onoy get worse each year

>> No.18115570

I'm newer than this guy. What exactly is an option and does it occur?

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real jesus has never been tried before

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Someone care to explain this shit right here?

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jyt front page tomorrow

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Why should I buy options when I can trade minifutures/certs where I can only lose my investment and still have a good leverage on bear/bull trends? Yeah, they have bigger costs but I they are guaranteed by the banks too

>> No.18115580

>buying calls at the peak of the bull trap

>> No.18115582

Also, if there isn’t an immediate buyer, the market makers will snatch it up to keep everything moving. You’re almost always looking to sell to close your option instead of exercising it,

>> No.18115585

>Are you now liable to provide said stocks?
Pretty much. If you wrote a Call for 10$ and the stock goes to 300$ then you have to buy that and deliver that share at a whatever loss.
>What happens if the guy who bought it from you, sells it to another guy?
Changes nothing for you. The contract is for buying a stock from YOU. And guy A just sold his right to buy from you to guy B.

Follow up:
>So how do I cut my losses or hedge if I write a call and it goes wrong?
You buy a call yourself.

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youre fucked, thats what that is

>> No.18115596

Mb for stock picking

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I hope you go fucking broke but then again I have no doubt Powell will be at it again tomorrow.

>> No.18115603

I can't believe Gantz folded to Bibi. Bibi has serious kikepowers.

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Huh? The only thing you might lose if you BUY options is your initial investment.
It works (pretty much) exactly like a warrant from a bank.

>> No.18115613

i'm buying but not willing to put an expiration on the purchase.

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When the only tool that you got is a printer every problem looks like it can be solved by BRRRRRRR.

Also we haven't seen the end of this, this is just the beginning, I wonder how the markets are going to react when China gets its second wave of infections due to a relaxing of their quarantine.

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Shoulders look a bit big... varbie?
If you got fake tits, you might not have a problem with a little juice.
Boomers win. Never bet against them, it is literally gambling against the devil himself. I don’t like it. But it is.
Yeah... saw that selloff yesterday in target and Kroger and thought it was dumb as fuck. Look at it today, damn.

I didn’t realize you were so close by!
SoCal chads... buying the cheapies.

>> No.18115625

load up! we're going to 25k in a week or two

>> No.18115631
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>a single fucking %

>> No.18115637

the only ETF they are buy ins LQD

>> No.18115638

>VIX futures mooning
oh no no no NO NO NO

>> No.18115641

My bad. The one that I'm not seeing, when/what stocks have an expiration date for them?

>> No.18115652
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Then how do retards lose their shirts on WSB? Do they have insane leverages? I started investing yesterday and am 20% up but I havent leveraged much either.

Cant you go into debt with a shitty put/call?

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Gantz was very disappointing dessssu but a hell of a ride.

Also, bibi is a wartime leader, and with the saudis and Iranians starting shit up, it makes sense. Sometimes I wish we didn’t have our weird term limits, but also I don’t want 10+ years of bush or Obama or trump or something.

>> No.18115657

>implied superiority
>anti-bull rhetoric

Why, I never.
Never thought anyone could be this BASED.

>> No.18115663

don't worry it will be up 8% tomorrow after the bill officially passes, cap this and checkem

>> No.18115666

Doubt much is gonna happen but the futures are slowly falling and SPY is down to 257 and dropping.

I might set up a few cheap puts pre trading hours. See how the night is.

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>The overall positive tone in markets this week -- better market functioning thanks to liquidity injections from central banks and now the stimulus bill in the U.S. to complement the ones we’re seeing in Europe -- I think overall, there’s still a positive tone here,” said Brian Nick, chief investment strategist at Nuveen



>> No.18115674

They just go all in on options

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>he one that I'm not seeing, when/what stocks have an expiration date for them?
What do you mean anon? Do you mean which stocks offer options? Stocks don't have an expiration date, only options. Do you have a broker? You can go to any blue chip company and see their option section to see what the common expiration dates are.

>> No.18115686

Even in the incredible scenario of limit down it still doesn't even clear last night's big push up.

>> No.18115692

If you buy on margin maybe

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bobos, i can't take it any more. this week is too demoralizing. my puts will expire worthless and i will just buy a share of tim apple every friday no matter green or red.

>> No.18115699

Markets wit massive stimulus and a huge runway of dovish environment is bullish

>> No.18115704

It's not like he didn't have the seats to make a government but he apparently split up his Blue and White coalition to join Bibi alone. No Liberman needed. He Jewed his Jew partners.

>> No.18115706

In very simplified terms, options are alternatives to actually purchasing stock (although you can also own a stock and purchase an option as insurance).

The name “option” is a clue into what it is; buying an option gives you the option to buy a stock at a particular price (a call) or to sell a stock at a particular price (a put). Again, you don’t actually need to own the stock to do this, it just gives you the option to do so.

For every option purchased, there is a premium; this is the maximum amount you will be able to lose. With that premium paid, you purchase an option that guesses where the stock price will be at a particular expiration date.

You’ll then close the option before the expiration date (unless you’re trying to exercise the option, but that doesn’t really happen too often for this kind of trading) based on when you think is a good time to sell.

TL;DR it’s a bet on whether or not a stock will go up (call) or go down (put)

>> No.18115707

>chief investment strategist
he's shorting and trying to cuck the common man when they read that article and think its time to BUY BUY BUY

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Jokes on you, I have two sons.

>> No.18115709

How did bill ackman turn 27 million into 2.7 billion.

>> No.18115710

Some of them abuse leverage and get fucked, others HODL their options until expiration date and they become worthless. Never underestimate the utter stupidity of r*ddit.

>> No.18115711

Do you guys look at the financials of a company before deciding to invest? A company’s balance sheet and income statement? Or is it just pure trends?

>> No.18115713

i have over 100k in a bank account, didnt take advantage of the big market the past 4 years. thought this was a sign to get into the market but figured it will still be bad for another month as the quarantine continues and cases and deaths will shoot up, so i didnt pump it all into my 401k

4 days later, market up 20% because the fed is pumping fake money into it and probably gonna keep shooting up anyway. i missed my chance again

>> No.18115720

he got lucky

>> No.18115721
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>take all of the emotion out of it
Everyone should take this advice to heart. It's really the number one rule for trading and investing. If you're emotionally attached to an equity or are spiritually bullish or bearish, you will set yourself up for failure. You can take a view that trends bullish or bearish, but ultimately you need to make educated guesses about market activity and conditions and distance yourself from intense feelings about your estimations. You will be right and you will be wrong. Learn from your mistakes and try to approach things rationally. That said, shitposting is fun, but don't let it cloud your judgement. If you must follow a /biz/ idol, let it be the almighty crab, for he is forgiving and merciful in the face of periodic volatility.

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>> No.18115728

Hedge put otm with tons of leverage to someone really dumb

>> No.18115729

are you guys bullish on cruise stocks?

>> No.18115730

I've been using Robinhood. I just don't understand shit as of yet.

>> No.18115731

Who would buy a contract that they can't even exercise?

>> No.18115735

Look at whichever company ate shit the hardest recently and invest in them, they're getting a bailout guaranteed.

>> No.18115737

The bill passing is priced in. It's all bad news now for the next four weeks at least, unless there's some deus ex machina miracle cure.

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>Then how do retards lose their shirts on WSB?
They take all their money and put it into one move and the move goes wrong.
Or it goes right, they think they are smart and it goes right again and... now they lost it all.

>Do they have insane leverages?
You remember the ""flash crash"". Maybe not? That swas the small dip on February 20th. The SP just dropped 2% out of nowhere. Here that was a moderate annoyance. Over there like 30% probably just lost half their money because they held weekly calls. A small dip like that will wipe away all your positions.

>Cant you go into debt with a shitty put/call?
You can only lose more than you invested if you write an option. If you buy an option your worst loss is 100%. You spend 100$ and lose 100$.

And CFDs and so on but thats another topic.

>> No.18115744

can you give an example of this using the nomenclature people use for calls/puts? like the thing "240/17 SPY puts" or whatever that i see a lot

>> No.18115745

mostly memes, mate

>> No.18115746

by agreeing with some retard that believed there was no way it would crash this much.

>> No.18115748

You can sell that contract to someone else later

>> No.18115749

Has anyone ever dealt with TD Ameritrade service? I need to call them but I fucking hate talking on the phone and was thinking if I could maybe solve it by other means.

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>> No.18115754

He bought $27M worth of shit and then sold it for $2.7B. It's an activity called "trading".

>> No.18115756

You can lose a lot by SELLING puts / calls and combinations of them. When you buy options, you don't have to exercise them, you just waste the premium if you don't.

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don't make me do it anon

>> No.18115761

Also ackman basically timed everything perfect even crying on cnbc to juice his buy in a few %

>> No.18115764

Sweet Jesus they really are the Enemy of the People who hate this country.

>> No.18115771

calling is the fastest

>> No.18115783

of course, anything to get drumpf out

>> No.18115784

How do you educate yourself? The asset allocation thing. Literally impossible if you're an outsider, not in the sense of a crazy freak but in the sense of an uneducated moron

>> No.18115786

Good summary.
You can go on Robinhood and look around the interface of the options tab to get a better idea. Why did this Boeing call go up 200% compared to another only up 50%? Why are the further dated options less profitable? Navigating the section might be a good visual aid in addition to looking at investopedia.

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doing everything they can to help out my puts, bless these panic merchants

>> No.18115795

Based phone anxiety poster.

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the dude weed lmao said he sold oil today so I immediately bought USO. I dont want to steal his money but its a doggy dog world

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Call them, you will get a friendly Pajeet, but they will actually do the needful.

I'm always pleasantly surprised.

>> No.18115810

what is the point of this cia webm

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>> No.18115814

Alright, this is starting to make more sense, so basically an option is more of a "safe bet" per say, because it's already the maximum you can lose. So are expiration on in regard to options?

>> No.18115815

What does this picture have to do with stocks?

>> No.18115817

So basically, if you never want to be liable you just never sell open contracts? In order words your only clients are other niggers like yourself who have no ability to exercise the contract?

>> No.18115822

i fought jerome and the fed won

>> No.18115825

SPY 5/1 200p

This means a put on SPY, priced at 200, expiring 5/1.

This is a bet that is dependent on SPY dropping at least below 200. I’m not sure what the premium on this is, but it would have to hit low enough to make up for the premium as well. Someone more nuanced in options autism can be much more specific than me

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Where did you get that? Everyone here, excluding those who shorted, have huge confidence on the stock market. Bears lost a lot of money because they were betting for the house to fall. If you short, you're literally against the whole world which also makes you a fucking communist.

Now this is deluded. You took those Fed memes seriously like a retard.

>> No.18115832

its a bullbro preparing his seed for a young fertile bearcuck's daughter

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confidently watch tomorrow. trust yourself on judging if this is a fakeout

>> No.18115848

post more

>> No.18115850

Stocks what stocks? We don't talk about stocks here.

>> No.18115852

Does that mean it's optional to pay for them? Sounds like it's free money if you choose to take the option and no liability if you don't

>> No.18115855

>VOO dropping to 112

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>> No.18115866

i like to bake unreasonable scenarios into my plan to let me sleep at night, cut me some slack.

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It's priced in.

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Options are actually the riskiest type of investment to make, simply because of how premiums and expiration dates work. You either need to pay a lot up front for very little profit on something that may or may not happen, or if you’re chasing that big payday, pay less up front for a bet that may or may not happen. Since options are short term, if the market doesn’t move the way you needed it to, there’s no waiting it out. You’re just fucked.

Expiration dates are in regards to options, yes

>> No.18115892

How much money have you lost YTD birdtranny? You’re always so salty lmao

>> No.18115896

When I produce a risky fart, is the cost of me shitting myself priced in?

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Put SPY 200 4/3 or SPY 4/3 200p

Option: You go for a put. The right to SELL a stock at a certain price to someone.
Stock: SPY
Strike price: 200$. You gain the right to sell 1 SPY at a price of 200$.
Date: The date when the option expires.

What does that mean for you:
Lets say you bought this option for 3$.
So if the SPY goes to 196$ on the 3rd of April, you could sell it for 200$. A profit of 4$ Minus the 3$ investment.
If it goes to 194$ you would make a profit of 6$. Minus the 3$ investment. A profit of a 100%.

Now there are the Greeks. Lets say the Spy goes down to 201$ an hour after you bought the option.
Can you exercise it? No.
But: The price has already risen a lot because the option has a time value. The option is worth more, if the experation dtae is further away. You can already sell the option for a great profit.

Nobody exercises options btw. We buy them and sell them. Exercising them makes no sense because even on their last day they have a time value.

>> No.18115910

Specifically on calls and puts, the actual price of the stock has to be at a level under or over the strike price based on how much the premium was.
For example, if you buy X option at $10 strike and the stock price is $10.01 at option expiration, then it will usually expire worthless because it's not worth it for the option holder to exercise that option. Sometimes they might out of spite or if they think the stock will go up soon, though.
It's called the breakeven price and it all varies based on how much the stock is currently worth (the closer the strike of the option to the actual price of the stock the more the premium), the length of time the option is good for (longer timeframes are worth more) and how much volatility there is in a stock (something that rarely goes up or down won't have as valuable options).

>> No.18115915

Grow up and call them dude

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So much about the way this crisis is playing out is rooted in this.

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>/smg/ full of smug bulls
you know whats next

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>BOUGHT Regeneron at ~425 today on an order I forgot about


>B. nick at nuveen
Literally fucking who?
No thanks.

Yes. But for me it’s inverse ETFs
It’s politics bud. It’s just like it is here. The politicians are a private club, whoever wins everyone else loses.
Options aren’t investments and neither are shorts or precious metals. They’re hedges and speculations.

>> No.18115925

Does a "put" refer to putting money up beforehand? And is a "call" like you're calling it (like no country for old men) that the stock will be good?

>> No.18115927

Long dated for leverage
You can roll too. Move from deep itm to atm etc

They are fun but dangerous

>> No.18115928

Bobos losing their shirts?

>> No.18115932

Wait so now that the Fed has carte blanche to buy mortgage backed securities, will they repeat 2008 once wagies can't pay due to the virus?

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>You’re always so salty lmao
I bought the dip. Why should I be salty? I haven't even lost anything yet. Salty are those who bought SQQQ, and I have nothing to do with that.

>> No.18115937

Impossible, there are no niggers in my cellar.

>> No.18115944

Look at it desperately trying to clear the closing pump, and you think it will be red tomorrow?

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>But: The price has already risen a lot because the option has a time value. The option is worth more, if the experation dtae is further away. You can already sell the option for a great profit.
And because the strike price is now way closer and reaching the strike price is way more probably. Also volatility is in play but thats another topic you will learn about when it makes you money or fucks you over for the first time

>> No.18115959

that is exactly what it is

>> No.18115961

When DOW fell sub 19000, /smg/ was flooded with gay bears. Seems fair, your time is up bobo.

>> No.18115968

It’s not free money because you paid a premium to get into the position in the first place.

You have the option, not the obligation to buy/sell the stock. It’s very silly but that’s the difference between actually owning the stock and owning an option. That and the option itself is a speculative bet on the stock price, and the stock is just the stock.

>> No.18115969

yes as a matter of fact i am salty. these SQQQ bags are heavy.

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Kek, Is this you?

>> No.18115974

i appreciate the time. im so confused, im too fucking stupid to risk my money on this shit.

>> No.18115981

I thought that was only for futures. Options you are not obliged to do anything when it expires.

>> No.18115982

VDHG up and BBOZ also up. Blessed day.

>> No.18115984

Nobody is trying to fight them, more like we're watching in disbelief as they distort the grim realities of the 2020 marketplace while massively debasing currency accrued by fiscally responsible individuals and failing to let the free market be penetrated and exploited by them, as it should be.

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>im too fucking stupid to risk my money on this shit
you mean not stupid enough

>> No.18115992

america belongs to jews, an enemy of america is an ally of the people.

>> No.18115994

Listen to this man, he knows way more about this than my babby self

>> No.18116003

Do you have the option to not pay the "premium"?

>> No.18116004

>bullfags think unlimited BRRRR is healthy for the economy
You are in for a grim remainder: you can't print yourself out of economic disaster.

>> No.18116007

How much have people actually invested in stocks and how much have all of you either lost/gained.

>> No.18116012

nig are you serious right now

>> No.18116020

Technically an investment because you’re committing money to something in anticipation of more money, but I’m being a semantical faggot

>> No.18116031

lol i fucking wish

>> No.18116033

If I had just sat with what I bought on monday I'd have like $1400-1600 right now but instead I decided to short the bottom of the dip

>> No.18116034

I bought 100 shares of boeing 3 days ago but I lost the sticky note with my Ameritrade account login info so idk how much I've made, is there a way to find out without logging in?

>> No.18116036

no, it's speculation. not investment.

>> No.18116043

In truth, unless you're an insider or have a ton of time to devote to researching companies, it's really not worth it to trade in calls and puts.
I only do covered calls to generate income and the occasional put to secure an investment. Just the covered calls alone can make me an extra 10-20% a year.

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Fed memes are priced in.

>> No.18116051

no, you have to pay the premium in order to have the option

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Eh. Youll get a hang of it.
The most important thing I learned is not to gamble on shit stuff. Stuff like biomemes and so on. Only invest in something you understand and only with money you can afford to lose. If you lose sleep over stocks you invested too much. Even if it works out.

Also most here have no idea whats going on right now and if you are in the game for two days you might as well just watch for now and see the funny colours go up and down. Way smarter people than us are frustrated with this market.

>> No.18116054

I'm up over 13% initial investment. I liquidated. You can't go broke earning a profit.

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Keep on Truckin fellow bull

>> No.18116061

Didnt this exact same thing happened in 2001 and 2008? Granted 2008 was more to do with institutional investors but 2001 wasn’t.

What is Ben Bernanke saying about the crisis this time around?

>> No.18116065

i have 13k in right now boomer investing and have lost 10k doing options and penny stocks

>> No.18116068

I put in 7500 last week because the crash is over, I'm up 1300.

>> No.18116069

i'm up 5% on 2.5k which is about 20% of my liquid worth. I'm playing to minimize losses on my 401(k) which i moved from cash about a week ago.
I'm a poorfag degenerate gambler.

>> No.18116071

The best strategy in market is long+covered calls. Its the casino house

>> No.18116073

Let me get this straight.

You can write a call -> someone (whoever owns the contract and exercises it) will then buy x amount of stock from you at price
You can sell a call (that you had bought from someone else at some point) -> profit (or lose) from premium and you're off the hook
Same thing with puts.

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>> No.18116088

“The action or process of investing money for profit or material result”

“A thing that is worth buying because it may be profitable or useful in the future”

It’s a speculative investment, I’ll definitely agree with that

Either way you’re not actually buying into the stock, you’re buying into a speculative process, which is still a thing

>> No.18116089

Crab friday iffy
Bull monday

>> No.18116092

i love her so much, bros

>> No.18116095

But isn't it optional?

>> No.18116099
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In a regular market, does /SMG/ use Iron Condors and Strangles to make free money? Is it best to do them on index funds instead of individual funds?

>> No.18116102

>because the crash is over
Nice crystal ball hope it pays off for you. (it won't)
Your buy and hope strategy is a losing one.

>> No.18116116

This is good bait

>> No.18116129

In for ~3k, made 230 on Mon, put it back in on Tues and now I'm down $500.

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There is no hoping.

The crash is over.

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>> No.18116142

I'm a complete faggot who has nickel and dimed my finances since I was a kid, always worried about wasting money, conserving money, not buying dumb shit, worrying about saving a few bucks here and there

Then I get to my adult life and even though everyone makes money on the market, I'm too afraid to put any of my money into it so I've lost probably thousands of possible gains

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but I love Deborah

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>You can write a call -> someone (whoever owns the contract and exercises it) will then buy x amount of stock from you at price
>You can sell a call (that you had bought from someone else at some point) -> profit (or lose) from premium and you're off the hook
If you buy an option you are never on the hook. The most you can lose is the money you paid initially.

I think you watching this is easier than me writing it.

My guess as well.
But I didnt put my money where my mouth is.. yet

>> No.18116161

they were created to stem market malfunctions that lead to severe economic contradictions such as the Depression

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i just want to warn the tourists reading /smg/ today. the posts you're seeing are a combination of gamblers and long term investors, unfortunately you will not be able to tell the difference between the two. i recommend reading the OP and educating yourselves instead of listening to random people on the internet before you put your hard earned neetbux at risk.

>> No.18116168

You lose 100 percent of the money you don't win on the market

>> No.18116174

I think ffridays red get s bought hard into close if it even lasts to close

>> No.18116177

>Nice crystal ball hope it pays off for you.
Aren't you the one with a crystal ball here?

>> No.18116184

Finna drop £15k on Slack.

Some some please stop me

>> No.18116185

Technically you lost nothing, because you didn't invest. You saved.

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so youre saying i should buy more spy shorts?

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This man is deceiving you. Don't believe his lies

>> No.18116193

Unironically thanks for the advice .

>> No.18116196

Look up index funds
they beat most managed stuff you csn buy in NOW and be very happy

Put ur money to work asap

>> No.18116198

any retard who would come here for investment advice and not blatant bear/bull shitposting deserves to go broke.

>> No.18116201

you've got to go back to wallstreet bets faggot

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where do you think we are?

>> No.18116222

I mean I’m just using the dictionary definition of investment, I’m sure that finance professionals have different definitions based on risk assessment

And that’s all I’m going to invest into this semantic ass conversation

>> No.18116242

Brix and Fauci are like Trump's 2 shoulder spirits. Brix is the angel that always sugarcoats things and Fauci is the devil being very pessimistic about mostly everything.

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Only a complete tool takes anything here at face value.
I come here to shitpost, discuss and maybe get some ideas of stocks to look into. Some "BUY OGI, YOU NIGGAS!" made me look into OGI before its stellar earnings. Same with BYND. 90% goes straight into the trash though.

>> No.18116248

Has the government or banks agreed to suspend mortgage payments? A lot of people will eat shit once they don't have the incoming to make the payments.

>> No.18116251

>Best Health tech in the world
>Had 3 weeks heads ups
>"Dude America is gonna get REKT by this"
Literally Italy told you what would happen.

>> No.18116252

I have a Masters degree in Economics.

Ask me anything.

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Indexed and lowcostETFpilled

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Friendly new bread

>> No.18116264

Why did you waste all that time, anon?

>> No.18116267

He hasn't even mentioned side effects of recover or the drugs they keep pushing. Why don't they talk about that at these bullshit press conferences?

>> No.18116270

I could spend 100 hours reading about options, and still have literally no idea what the fuck. glad to see other brainlets itt.

>> No.18116272

Are you buying, holding, or selling?
Why are you doing that?

>> No.18116279

Where were you when you found out that Economics is junk science

>> No.18116312


$20 loss

>> No.18116391

Big line go up or down

>> No.18116406

you should at least be aware of the distinction, in investment terminology, between speculating and investing. not going to argue with trips though.

>> No.18116414

$15 gain

>> No.18116424

Pence/Birx 2020

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I've had enough I'm going to wsb, at least they make some money there. I'm tired of delusional bulls who yell priced in all day like a bunch of fucking animals. The fucking loliposters ruin my mood as well, what the fuck is this? And the weak handed bears, who cry it's over every time the market jumps $10. If you're too stupid to see that the market is incredibly, artificially inflated right now you're fucking crazy. Prepare to eat shit when it collapses next week when the real infection numbers kick in and unemployment hits 4mil making a total of nearly 7.5 mil unemployed muricans which is roughly 2,5% of the workforce. Take care.

>> No.18116540

$35 gain

>> No.18116546

This is a very fair and reasonable point to my neverending faggotry

>> No.18116587

This is a very fair and reasonable point to my neverending faggotry

>> No.18116661

I watched one youtube video on it and am an expert now.
It's like horse races but with stocks.

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are they still planning to make James Bond female?

>> No.18116843

see you tomorrow anon

>> No.18116853

See the sad thing about a guy like you is in about 50 years you’re gonna start doing some thinking on your own and you’re gonna come up with the fact that there are two certainties in life. One, don't do that. And two, you dropped a hundred and fifty grand on a fuckin’ education you coulda got for a dollar fifty in late charges at the Public Library.

>> No.18116903

>yet another twitter user actually believing chinese numbers

>> No.18116973

You like apples? How ya like DEM apples!

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