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>> No.18409771
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Meme Trifecta: RTX, NET, BAM

>> No.18409780
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We did it, boys.

>> No.18409801

What the fuck is on her head.
TMDX to $80 EOY

>> No.18409804

Next week will be green and there's nothing you can do.
Uber to 40.
LCI to 15.
GME to 20

>> No.18409809

America FIRST

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>> No.18409847

If you're so sure we haven't hit bottom let's see some puts, bobo

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Comfy green Monday incoming boys

>> No.18409884

Bears are fucked.


>> No.18409887

131 QLD
132 SSO
241 TQQQ
401 UPRO

this is my gamble a threw a few grand into

Ill be back in a few years to tell you how it went.


>> No.18409895
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those armpits, hair and hint of belly already turn me on

>> No.18409919

why has the small mammaries general moved to /biz/

>> No.18409921

Friendly reminder no oil deal was reached. Continued dump of oil Monday.

>> No.18409925
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Do people really believe there will be a V shaped recovery?

>> No.18409950

Extremely bullish.

>> No.18409953
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we love udders of all sizes, as long as they give milk

>> No.18409980

Whats the deal with VIAC?
Dont get why they tanked this much...

>> No.18409992

Thoughts on NRZ?

>> No.18410008

>Friendly reminder no oil deal was reached.
Negotiations continue. Saudis delayed their price announcement to tomorrow pending outcome.

>> No.18410019

They're talking about kicking Mexico out

>> No.18410056

Do you guys do margin trading?

>> No.18410068

more like letting mexico out without consequences. but why wouldn't other small producers follow?

>> No.18410083

>tfw sold VIAC when it was 5 bucks up from bottom
>it tanks immediately after

quick turnarounds my dude

>> No.18410116

Smart Sand, Inc. (SND) looks like it could be an interesting investment. As the name suggests, they supply sand to fracking companies. They are currently trading at a very low price compared to historical prices. I also saw that Morningstar just last month had dropped analyst coverage on them "due to low client interest," which I take to be a bullish sign. Debt looks relatively low at first glance. On the other hand, sand does sound like a competitive industry, so we ought to due research on the industry before making any investment decisions.

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>> No.18410140

look at LQD nigger

>> No.18410148

OKE holders what do you predict is the future for our stocks if this deal fails to raise oil prices even though we are a natural gas company.

>> No.18410149
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>preventative measures worked, shutting down the whole world has successfully mitigated the harm caused by this terrible virus
>duuh i was a doomer but turns out this was no deadlier than a flu season duuuuh

>> No.18410169


I have 15 of these.

>> No.18410173

priced in

>> No.18410180

Do I sell HAL shares or just hold

>> No.18410189

long term leverage brothers arise

>> No.18410196

daily reminder that SNSS Pajeet got fucking dumped on hard and that tripfags are /smg/'s comedy relief

>> No.18410208

10m barrels of oil got cut, is "the deal failed" a meme?

>> No.18410233
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10m a day is literally nothing when there is no demand.

>> No.18410236

Yes. This is a "too smart to win" scenario for fundamental traders. They are obsessed with what they think "should" be happening and not what IS happening. If feel like there is a word for this. Like when you are so greedy that you lose money. Over zealous? is that the phrase I am looking for?

>> No.18410248

So what the fuck did everyone expect? 90m barrel cut? From each country?

Cheapies, I say.

>> No.18410256

Stubborn? Inflexible? One-dimensional?

>> No.18410282

Gotta adapt to clown world rules in a clown world market.

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>> No.18410338

the virus is rayciss and ignorant

>> No.18410339

Do you want to lose money in the next few days?

>> No.18410341

Is the virus more deadly to blacks or is it that blacks are more likely to ignore quarantine or something else I'm not aware of?

>> No.18410351

>what IS happening
No bull has any reasonable argument for this current run. No one has any idea what the actual fuck is going on. The ebin """"""""""""""crash""""""""""""""""" didn't even drop 4 years worth of fake and gay trump pump.

>> No.18410356

Anon I'm at work I dont need an erection

>> No.18410360

why would you sell HAL? Why not go Long and hold for 3X gains

>> No.18410363

>immune system compromised because of fried chicken and purple drank

>> No.18410381

this unironically coupled with lack of healthcare and access to insurance

>> No.18410384

>small producer
It’s the number two exporter of oil into the US behind canada. Not sure why people don’t understand this. Idiots in these threads are yolo’ing their entire portfolio into oil plays and they don’t even know who the top producers are. They just see headlines and click buy it’s insane

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Imagine being THIS RETARDED! Like WOW bro. How fucking dumb are you? Its like you can't even fucking READ! LMAO! Look at this fucking HUGE IDIOT! HAHAHAHAHA!

>> No.18410391


1. Less healthy
2. More stupid
3. More likely to live in high density housing and use public transport

>> No.18410397

Most essential workers eg grocery store workers and delivery drivers are black

>> No.18410403

>no reasonable argument for this current run
Uh dude, the economy was doing fantastic before this. We were on our way to a 35k DOW. This is slightly more deadly than the flu. Projected to kill less than 65000 people in america. You dont destroy the whole economy because of petty shit like this. Plus the FED is pumping in trillions. The treatments are working, and people will be going back to work by mid May. Trump will win again in the fall and DOW will soar to 40k. load up on stocks now. Zero rates, and lots of free money. This is a major sale.

>> No.18410412

Yes it will gain in the following years, I don't know what your position is but I was able to get in @5.50. I expect it to test close to that number. I'm comfortable holding but if your closer to the price it's at now I'd sell and buy back in

>> No.18410413

USA is going to cut 250k for Mexico

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or is it? or is it because they dont have health insurance perhaps in more large numbers, thus going to hospital only when their pneumonia have advanced very last stages when you cant treat it with antibiotics and antivirals like typical influenza

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What should I buy? I want to turn $2500 Canadian dollarydoos into $5000.

HFU or HEU? (on TSX)

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bond market leads the stock market bro. Sorry you missed the bottom

>> No.18410432

We're at 2k a day with no end in sight

>> No.18410434

oh no that sucks :(

>> No.18410437

>Uh dude, the economy was doing fantastic before this.
>We were on our way to a 35k DOW.
Yeah bro +60% gain in four years, all real growth!

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>> No.18410441

do registered sex offenders get trump bux? asking for a friend

>> No.18410442

When do you see it retesting 5.50? This week? I bought 1,000 shares at 8. Plan to hold until it gets back up to at least 16.

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>barely a hit from corona
>silky smooth 23 p/e ratio
Yeah, I would like to speak to the based department.

>> No.18410449

Tell your friend I think he's fucking based.

>> No.18410452

>daily reminder that SNSS Pajeet got fucking dumped on hard
That was a funny day

>> No.18410454

Super green monday

>> No.18410475

/biz/ thinking we are in a turbobull phase makes me want to liquidate every stock I own

>> No.18410482

It could be this week. Really depends on the information coming out from SA and what Trump is going to do to combat it (can't see him agreeing to a deal or production cuts)

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Okay, /smg/. I put together my stock screen from last night into a paper trading portfolio. Here's my order list for Monday. The PE ratios on these puppies are very low, so I'm expecting at least a 25% annualized return on this portfolio or higher. I will keep you all apprised of its progress.

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>tfw retard bobos thought corona was going to be fall of rome 2.0
>tfw they didnt buy the dip
>tfw I did
get fucked retards

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>People exiting stocks to go into bonds is bullish

>> No.18410511

>2k deaths a day
>85% niggers and boomers


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>tfw you didn't buy the dip

>> No.18410524

got more of your pic related? :^)

>> No.18410526

>1 post by this ID

>1 post by this ID

What's up with all the paid bashers FUDding SNSS? Who could be behind these posts? ...

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>> No.18410545

All the people who think NEW history cannot be made that Trump/Powell can't do it YET old history is what defines the markets, those people are depressing.

Like if you say b-b-b ALL bear markets must do this thing, where you go up and then for a few years you go down to a new bottom

Just kill yourself, I mean not really because everyone is following their guts just kys tho

>> No.18410562

>he thinks it's people exiting stocks to enter bonds as if you can only own one or the other

shhhhhhh no one tell him

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iron hands bear bros

>> No.18410570

Hehehe well mumu we're going to test your faith

>> No.18410571

I hit myself for waiting at 92 CHF thinking it would crash further...

So whats the deal with RTX? Why is it in the meme list?

>> No.18410577

Deaths are inevitable based on the current confirmed cases (underreported btw). There will literally be more based on the confirmed cases. So more deaths. We know that it's a disease that kills people. Look at the confirmed cases. This is very simple. The deaths are meaningless. The virus kills a certain % of people. That's what it does.

So look at the confirmed case count, which has hit plateau. Maybe it'll go up, I don't know. But that is the only thing to watch. New deaths! New deaths! The fucking media I swear to god. Use your fucking brain.

>> No.18410586

I too find the news that Milwaukee is 20% black deeply troubling

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>> No.18410610

all i hear is this next bullrun will be epic

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>> No.18410623

Haha RobinHood is going to have to stop giving out GME stock to new users. Ridiculous. But I am long ATVI.

>> No.18410627
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>Old Trump: "We'll build a wall and Mexico will pay for it!"

Today's Trump:"Well, if Mexico can't afford to cut oil production, America will make the cuts to its own production to carry them through this deal."
Another Flawless Trump Victory!

>> No.18410632

I'm up like 7k from getting lucky buying cruise stocks near the bottom should I hold or sell now and buy back in later? Have some market losses set but too low I feel

>> No.18410652

The market was inflated to begin with. So no, it's not going to be a V and if it is, it's going to correct hard over the years.

>> No.18410656

Retard this is cause of the fed, they literally just fucking stepped in and said we guarantee the commercial bond market.

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>Stock market is going to launch into a new bull run!
>Better load up on fixed rate bonds bro!

>> No.18410678

cruise companies are dead
grab your free money and run

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>> No.18410691

Alright I'm going to post this for the newfags, I'm going to do this once only. If you were one of the pea-brained assholes called bears retarded with every breath you had then you can fuck off and take your limp-dick with you.

>"What we learn from history is that people don't learn from history." When investors get either too fearful or too greedy, they sometimes hide behind the notion that "This time it's different." Usually they regret it.
~Warren Buffet

I'm not just betting against the fed, I'm betting on the principles of economics, refined over hundreds of years.

Newfags, you're welcome. BVLLKEKS put your money where your mouth is, are you flippant faggots or what?

>> No.18410693

thats what they said about airlines after 9/11

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>> No.18410712

When trump announces back to work on May 15th..DOW 26,000. When Trump announces vaccine is found DOW 29,000. When Trump gets re-elected. DOW 35,000.

>> No.18410718

No they didn't.
Airports and the planes flying into them are considered "vital infrastructure" (which is silly but) and floating resort hotels are not.
They were already huge virus risks BEFORE Coronochan.

>> No.18410728

9/11 didnt stop 90%+ of the flights for a few months

>> No.18410730

What did your friend do?

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What have you guys been doing over the weekend? I made a painting.

>> No.18410734

CVE looks good actually

>> No.18410746

priced in

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>> No.18410749

That remains to be seen, and even so, I said I was paper trading.

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/oil/bros, what is your plan?
A) Dump everything and buy back when it bottoms out
B) Hold regardless until it eventually goes back up
C) Sacrifice a goat to appeal to the oil gods

>> No.18410760

Its been looking increasingly bullish around here lately, and we all what that means.

>> No.18410762

This meme response doesn't even make sense in this context, you dolt.

>> No.18410764

I bought some artwork from a world renowned artist at a discount with proceeds I made from going all in on TQQQ

>> No.18410771

Thoughts on CARR?

>> No.18410774

D) Savor the pain

>> No.18410778

That's beautiful anon. Vidya mostly

>> No.18410780
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Clown market bro!

>> No.18410787

Based. Photos?

>> No.18410792

Yes but when earnings reports start coming out, when investment firms can't justify the numbers, when the logical reason to be bearish overwhelms the emotional reason to be bullish we'll see what happens. We are in the euphoric stage of narrowly avoiding a car accident. Good news on virus numbers. But you can't have this economic situation without a reckoning, and no it hasn't been priced in. The 10 year bull rally was over inflated. Too much greed. Whether it plays out over weeks, months or years the bears will have their time.

I bought in stocks that I am comfortable holding long term as insurance. But I think we will see some great deals approaching.

>> No.18410805

Everything is cause and effect.

Everything can be understood.

>> No.18410815

this means fetish pornography, does it not?

>> No.18410816

Working on implementing a very basic binomial option pricing model in the hopes I'll understand options a bit better. I unfortunately lost a lot of time due to investopedia having a typo in their formula.

>> No.18410822

i like it

>> No.18410828

when did biz become such shit, this thread especially there's an influx of retards saying retarded things.gay bulls screaming about shit being priced in, and luckin coffee investors. I guess biz is fucked are there any alternatives that aren't plebbit related?

>> No.18410831

So how much money did you lose so far on your awful predictions?

>> No.18410833

>Good news on virus numbers.
The only good news is that its spreading to States like mine that have basically no capacity to test anyone.

>> No.18410842

buy oil storage tankers and sell in 3 months or so when demand returns

simple as

>> No.18410846

E) buy puts on oil

>> No.18410850
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>"All you have to do is understand we live in a clown market world"
- Warren "I'll take fries with that" Buffet

>> No.18410856

But what if this time IS different?

>> No.18410887

>3 months or so when demand returns

>> No.18410888

based and transplantpilled

>> No.18410902

shitposting on 4chan
listening to some podcasts
watching a few videos on youtube

>> No.18410905
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I did some technical analysis on SDOW too and it looks like we could be entering a strong upward channel. There was a clear a bullish rail crossing Thursday afternoon, which bodes well for next week. I also drew a Fibonacci turntable to illustrate when we will know the stock has finally broken out onto the main line.

>> No.18410922

guess what comes after that?

>lower rates don't make equities look more attractive by comparison!

>> No.18410936

kek that felon faggot is honestly dumb as bricks. he could have probably cleared 100k by now if he just swung his stack again and again.

>> No.18410939

or whenever the stock price plateaus

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Nice. I've been trying to make music but I hate everything I've come up with so far so I got a lot of cleaning done in my basement.

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Everyone and their mother know earnings will be shit, they were already going down in q42019, it's unironically priced in.

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I can't wait for futures to come in green as fuck and all bobos to be kill again.

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>/biz/ is full of uninformed retards who don't bother doing any research
Are you really that surprised?

>> No.18411016

Consider an investor subject to the 20% U.S. dividend-tax rate, who buys the Zurich-listed shares of, say, Switzerland’s Nestlé. The Swiss dividend withholding-tax rate is 35%, so when the investor is paid $1,000 in dividends, $350 is withheld. But Switzerland separately has a tax treaty with the U.S. that lowers the dividend tax withholding to 15%. Yet it will withhold the treaty rate only if the investor’s wealth managers or accountants have applied for it in advance of receiving their dividends. Upshot: A 35% statutory dividend tax is withheld by the Swiss, but it’s usually only the 15% treaty rate that is reclaimed on U.S. tax returns.

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This is actually a really basic concept but you have to take yourself out of the contemporary context. The average rate of productivity growth remains relatively steady throughout history. This means economic growth slowly goes up, it doesn't shoot up or down over a few years, and if it does it corrects for itself over time.

That being said, the stock market had shot up too fast. Decade bull market. If you look at the stock market since it's beginning, with or without a pandemic, this fall was going to happen. Don't believe me, just look at the graphs, it's history.

The stock market oscillates both on a micro and macro level. On a micro level, obviously it's going to go up and down whether it is bullish or bearish (though bullish ultimately wins). On a macro level it's the same way, it goes up and due to fundamental human behavior it bites off more than it can chew (greed), and oscillates in a series of overreactions and corrections.

TLDR: Stocks don't travel in a straight line, they move up and down via the day and the decade.

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Is there anything that stop the FED to just QE forever?

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>unironically believes the priced in meme
>doesn't understand that TA doesn't really work on inverse or leveraged etfs
You absolutely have to go back.

>> No.18411045

>durrr, as I long as I know the earnings are going down IN ADVANCE, it's okay to buy stock at any multiple of those future earnings!!!

>> No.18411050

Bvvvvvvvvvvvvvvll. Bvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvll. Bvvvvvvvvvvvvvvll.


>> No.18411053

>I've been trying to make music but I hate everything I've come up with so far
welcome to songwriting

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>> No.18411067

serious question. why are the street shitters allowed to trade? aren't there like at least 3 of them found guilty of financial misdealings in the UK? why are we allowing the gypsies of asia to hustle us out of dollarydoos?

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"Be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy."

I'd argue we are in the greedy stage right now. We are at 2019 levels for god's sake. Meditate on that.

>> No.18411079

The airlines also went bankrupt and their share prices took 6 years to recover.

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Making RTX memes, trying to get Vicky II to work, playing Mordhau, watching other people play video games, smoking weed, eating bagels

>> No.18411094

Learning russian and working out

>> No.18411101

Bought the dip too. Because it was an overreaction. Also sold at +50%. Because it was an overreaction.

>> No.18411110

Losing my mind trying to write my thesis

>> No.18411121

You sound 13. Also history doesn't have to repeat itself but it does repeat itself.

>> No.18411128

because muh racism or something probably

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What's bugs me is why everyone is chanting that it's all over just one month after low. Bear market and big correction don't end in one month.

>> No.18411170

It's a day trade with a decent insurance policy in case it makes a huge move south, if you watch CCL closely you can usually make a dollar off it, and it's decent long if they don't go BK.

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I just noticed that Denny's (DENN) finally took a tumble (for obvious reasons). If you believe in the future of breakfast, it could be worth getting in now.

>> No.18411209

Up 50%. Knew it was an overreaction and went hard into CCL, JBLU and HA.

>> No.18411213

Writing a fantasy short story.

>> No.18411221
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how do I short boomers?

>> No.18411237

Long fish food

>> No.18411242

Cough on them.

>> No.18411256

Short DOW and SPY. That's literally all it takes to take away their 401ks.

>> No.18411263

You have to take into consideration where the stock market was before the crash. Was it bullish or bearish? I'd argue we were due for a crash regardless of a pandemic, based solely on math. A strong upward momentum can't sustain indefinitely.

>> No.18411265

Missed your chance, they're pretty down right now.

>> No.18411274

My retarded boomer parents have literally 0 savings.

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Why not just buy the S&P Growth instead of the S&P 500?

VOOG - Vanguard S&P 500 Growth ETF | Vanguard
iShares S&P 500 Growth ETF | IVW

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Why' can't the FED afford hyperinflation?
Does it mean there is a point where they have to stop?

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I think I'll leave oil to the big boys

>> No.18411391

Oil needs to fucking die.

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S&P 500 Growth = Chad of the S&P 500

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>> No.18411400

Technically after printing googolplex dollar bills, spending budgets would get very confusing.

>> No.18411401

>implying the currency won't just get devalued
buy gold

>> No.18411412

now compare TQQQ....

>> No.18411421

checking the archive, I have no found a single post that says anything different, but apparently Monday and the next two weeks is going to be an absolute slaughter for the price of oil.

>> No.18411422
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Consider the following:
1. Major currencies (like CHF, JPY) around the world are being debased simultaneously, so relatively speaking with respect to CHF and JPY, USD won't move much. It's a race to the bottom around the world.
2. Americans are net debtors. Their mortgages and credit card debt will be debased. So there will not be a public reaction.

>> No.18411425

Consider creating an AG in Zug that manages a trust fund and can charge back the 35% from the Swiss gov the following year. Oh and while you’re at it you don’t pay any capital gain tax on your portfolio.
All you need is 100’000 CHF... and someone who knows the details a bit better than I would and how to make sure it stays in the legal grey zone.

>> No.18411427

dumb bote

>> No.18411480


So QE can just go forever?

>> No.18411507

Bonds are already worthless so the only way for money to be lent is from banks. And the only way that works is if the fed keeps the interest rates near zero forever. And the longer those interest rates stay near zero the more zombies are formed. And the more zombies, the more you won't want to pop the bubble since employment becomes entangled in the zombie.
Short answer: Infinite QE forever turns the US into Japan

>> No.18411563

does that necessarily mean that stocks will continue to go up with this bubble ?

>> No.18411570


>> No.18411572

>forever turns the US into Japan
Why Japanese stock never recovered despite QE?

>> No.18411605

What are some good oil tankers to invest into that I can benefit from the following months of continual supply increase?

>> No.18411611

There are exactly 2 assets worth having now:
Everything else is even more volatile (bitcoin), on a decline (real estate), or meme (boomer rocks)
Stock market will go up because capital has nowhere else to go.

>> No.18411649

so i guess my puts on SPY are fucked

>> No.18411650
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9/11 was a stock market nothing burger.

>> No.18411681

i just know the moment i buy it will crash

>> No.18411693

>got an email about a SAVA presentation in May
Savanon, you here?

>> No.18411714

Yeah, the moment I buy one of the 2x bull tsx etfs, it will crash.

>> No.18411723
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>Driving your bright yellow $50k muscle car to collect your gibs


>> No.18411757

>South Florida
Imagine the smell.

>> No.18411762

George Gammon made a video yesterday explaining the differences between the (inevitable) US zombie and the Japanese zombie. What I got from it way the Japanese are a very saving oriented culture vs the US which consumes a ton. Therefore the banks just held lots and lots of yen and didn't pump as much back into the market.

>> No.18411768

please go all in on monday so the rest of us can make it

>> No.18411770
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Oil Bros pump or dump on Monday?

>> No.18411801

dump big time

>> No.18411802

Should I sell all my stocks now? ALL experts predict a long recession.

>> No.18411806


>> No.18411834

giga dump
futures already dumped to weekly low before closing on friday

>> No.18411840

that and they have lower paying jobs

>> No.18411851

>ALL experts predict a long recession.
Very bullish.

>> No.18411859

i just saw a pump, spy estimates next week ? got a put with 272 strike

>> No.18411861

they want you to sell so they can buy cheap

>> No.18411874

how on earth is dropping back to mondays lowest a pump??? it removed all gains the entire week.

>> No.18411888

The bastards needed to do this 3 weeks ago

>> No.18411904

Cruises are cursed? I'll prolly sell all my RCL on a Monday

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Corona is a nothing burger Everyone is going back to work and the economy should bounce back due to the steps taken by governments around the world.

>> No.18411923

Getting real tired of being bait and switched by news. Especially with regards to oil. DEAL DONE, wait no it isn't, NOW IT'S DONE, WAIT! Last minute objection. OK NOW it's done. Well, actually it isn't.

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FUCK I am holding PSX, MRO, OKE, CVX, and RDS.B.

>> No.18411931


percentage wise how often have they been right

buy when everyone scarey
sell when people want


>> No.18411934

deal is a meme, oversupply is 30 mill

>> No.18411947

doesnt count until its on paper and signed so dont count on it until that pen hits that paper

words mean nothing

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That's not a persian.
I know because mine is dead.

>> No.18411964

It, um, actually looks pretty nice to me. A hell of a lot better than what I'm seeing outside my window.

>> No.18411966

>delusion the post
top kek

>> No.18411968

zoom out, its on the top of daily with bollinger bands expanding, in any case, just tell me its will retrace big time and i will go to sleep relaxed

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We're going to the moon.

>> No.18411974

Good for economy

>> No.18411981

It's already down 12% in futures. I'm dumping this shit the second that the market opens.

>> No.18411982

dealership's closed

>> No.18412005

i don't know what fucking graphs you are looking at but both crude and brent giga dumped last moments before closing. and that was with """positive vibes""" during the meeting

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>> No.18412029

talking about spy bro

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>> No.18412037

what about the cyclical bull run

>> No.18412041

i'm on about oil m8 that's what the poster asked about

>> No.18412043

OMG there are consequences for chugging gallons of lard

>> No.18412061

Two days. Yov will all see the biggest BVLL SVRGE of ALL TIME. BVLL! BVLL! BVLL!

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>> No.18412085

brent got a put of 30 strike, june expiration,
spy put on 272 strike, may expiration

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they need uniforms.

>> No.18412140

Can you get margin called if it expires in May?

>> No.18412155

Why is everyone so bullish? Because of the dying niggers?

>> No.18412158

nope, merely bought puts, will loose my premium though , im trying to sell my option more expensively not hold it to expiration

>> No.18412187

Is this Robinhood? I'm getting fucked by IG.

>> No.18412194

is that not enough?

>> No.18412199

>less likely to have access to quality healthcare
>less likely to have health insurance
>more likely to have underlying health conditions due to the two points above
>less likely to have a job where they can "work from home"
>more likely to work in an "essential" industry
>more likely to live in denser residential areas where it's harder to social distance

>> No.18412221

Also more likely to be unhygienic and dumb

>> No.18412242
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I feel like there is some underlying reason for these? What could it be... Perhaps we may never know?

>> No.18412243

saxobank for me, whats wrong with IG ?

>> No.18412255

The indices sharply drop, then sharply rise, and then gradually deflate to even more dramatic depths over the span of a few months. This is how it's been in every recession.

>> No.18412322

yes but percentage wise we have hit bottom of the average recession

also recovery of the stock market doesnt happen when all the news is good and the economy is doing great it happens in the middle

08 the recovery happened the first month of 09 the shit hit the fan for almost the whole year of 09

we already hit 34 bottom now its time for that slow recovery

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I wanna buy options that expire on a certain date. IG has very limited range of choices.

Wait,wait, wait..are you suggesting something other than choice and culture are at play here?

>> No.18412336

also already broke the bear market and hit a new technical bull market

>> No.18412338

>over a century of institutionalized racism (which does not mean some secret group of old white dudes trying to "keep the black man down") forcing black people into dense low-income housing
>decades of municipal mismanagement denying black communities the investment in education and infrastructure needed to bring them up to the same level of economic competitiveness and opportunity that white communities see
>decades of implicit bias denying black youth access to education and job opportunities that would help bring them out of poverty
This isn't some white conspiracy either, just a product of a system that doesn't really work the way it's supposed to and that nobody really understands.a

>> No.18412343

you bullish ? should i just go long or buy calls on cruises / airlines ?

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So not genetics which directly informs IQ then? It's the white man's fault. Makes perfect sense.

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Look at the expert over here.

>> No.18412367

dont forget
>less likely to have higher levels of vitamin D (due to darker skin being less effective at absorbing it) which has been scientifically proven to fight off respiratory infections

>> No.18412380

why not just user their own leveraged cfds that's almost the same things as options? there's also futures, mini futures, turbos, warrants etc

>> No.18412381
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>He held oil over the weekend

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i wouldnt know i dont know your situation

i dont think myself special so I always go by average numbers but i do like gambling so last week i bought a few leverage etfs for my gambles

I do have a stable dollar cost average on another account for my retirement as well

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This sounds antisemitic anon.

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You can get burned on CFDs if the market moves against you for a few days. I prefer mitigating my risk. I know nothing about turbos or warrants yet, but need to look into it. Thanks fren.

>> No.18412412

I sewed a patch on my office chair. I was going to buy a new (used) one at used office supply shop but they're closed for now. Building a new moutain bike. I may continue chipping at that this afternoon. Mostly just need to install rear derailleur and shifter, run the cable and housing.

>> No.18412431

you have to go back

>> No.18412433

Why are you so sure it's going to drop again?

>> No.18412445

those instruments are what all the big boys use to play with USA market as options isn't a big thing here unless you sign up into an american broker and all that shit.

>> No.18412449

also dont forget inflation

all that printing will make everything more expensive

>> No.18412458

That anon always does this. It's his thing.

>> No.18412459

We're going to max global capacity at some point and then prices will immediately go negative because it will cost more money to build storage than the oil is worth

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Bitcoinfag here. Is there any decent chart websites for stocks? I want to monitor Vanguard Global Index. Something like bitcoinwisdom.io would do

>> No.18412476

Good, maybe this stupid fucking virus can finish them off

Importing blacks was the biggest mistake America ever made and we've been paying for it for hundreds of years

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For some reason a lot of the talking heads on tv started to ramble yesterday how the gooberment overreacted and how the corona epidemic isn't as bad as it seems, which leads me to believe that they are expecting a huge dump next week and are trying to do damage control before it starts. There's going to be a lot of bulls standing on ledges starting monday.

>> No.18412482

>percentage wise

You don't just get to shave 30% off of the most hyper-inflated bull market in American history and call it a day. That 30% was all smoke — based upon no valuation and no fundamentals whatsoever. Now the market not only has to go back to fundamentals, but go further down to meet the reality of shrinking fundamentals, and potentially nasty macro events like mass bankruptcies of small businesses.

>> No.18412484

god coronachan is fucking based

>> No.18412491

tradingview does great for both crypto and stocks

>market has to go further down

nah, bottom was 2100 and it's never going back.

>> No.18412498

Don't forget fixed rate loans like fixed rate mortgages would become erased with hyperinflation.

>> No.18412508

yes which is going back to 2016 levels to keep up with the regular business cycle that has been tracked forever now

sorry dont have the chart for that

and we have

>> No.18412515

the market doesnt go sideways its always climbing

>> No.18412531

Negotiations are ongoing still. Outcome depends on those.

>> No.18412540

Does anyone actually see this as anything other than a fakeout? How can the market possibly be anything other than a bear market going forward? The logistical effects of this shutdown are catastrophic for the economy and there's no end in sight for it. I don't want to say that we're going to see an epic crash but how can you possibly justify an uptrend longterm?

I guess the answer is that there is no logic to this, huh?

>> No.18412550

Futures on wti have not been open since Thursday afternoon. Futures on Brent were down a bit on Friday.

>> No.18412555

just trade the trade

>> No.18412560

the deal wont matter in the long run, we have too much surplus anyway

>> No.18412573

I think it's inflation from the Fed that will eventually work its way out into other prices. I'm hoping I'm wrong, but this might stay high and increase as the currency loses value.

>> No.18412603

So people are just going to let oil go to negative prices?
No one is going to do anything at all to prevent that?

>> No.18412606

this sounds like a cop out but

priced in as well as inflation

infinite QE will hurt our future its better to be invested than lose all that value in your money

>> No.18412634

You get taxed out the ass if you don't hold for at least 60 days.

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>there's no end in sight for it.
Maybe because your eyes are closed? Wuhan is already open. They will just make people wear a mask and gloves. Buy MMM.

>> No.18412638

'Deal won't matter' memers apparently assume corona chan will stay at current rate for months and nobody will go back to work. I think that's a foolish assumption.

>> No.18412642

>Infinite QE.
>Fed balance sheet at record $5 trillion.
I dont think you zoomers understand how much that can make a difference.

>> No.18412648

>You get taxed out the ass if you don't hold for at least 60 days.

?? i thought you had to hold for a year to lessen capital gains tax

>> No.18412658

No. A lot of people are working very hard to hammer out a deal this weekend. Saudis have delayed releasing updated prices for May pending these negotiations.

>> No.18412666


i'm saying that we could magically wipeout coronavirus TODAY and we would still run out of storage by the time the economy got ramped up back to usual volumes

>> No.18412680

it's gonna dump regardless

>> No.18412685

bro cool it with the antisemitism

>> No.18412710

is it possible to put a high ask price on some options and get lucky selling them to an idiot? has that ever happened? like say an option worth $25, you list for sale at $250
can you get lucky?

>> No.18412722

Dividends are only taxed as capital gains if you hold for 60 total days during a 121 day window (60 before and after the ex-dividend date). These are called qualified dividends.
Otherwise, they are taxed as dividends and you get reamed by uncle Sam.

>> No.18412731

Yeah, it's rare but it can happen. I managed to buy a shit ton of KTOS for like $7 because I had a standing order in for it when some retard fat fingered an enormous sale.

>> No.18412755

People stupid enough to start gambling oil rather than their average choice of stocks will feel the power of volatility that makes no sense at all, just wait for it

>> No.18412756


>> No.18412782

Sweden was actually the most intelligent country in Europe. Fucking hell.

>> No.18412785

SPY put 272, should i close it on opening ? expiration may

>> No.18412795

i live in sweden and i can tell you we will suffer more than any other country for their retarded decision, herd immunity is a meme

>> No.18412799

Who said its a she

>> No.18412816

yes of course, believe that hanz, if only they had shut down everything that would solve it.

Shutting down the economy doesn't actually solve the problem and just creates many bigger problems. Intelligent actions like limiting big gatherings, mask usage, testing, and telling at-risk groups to take precautions is the best strategy.

The problem with lock down is you don't change the ground state except creating immense economic hardship that will kill more people.

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Coronameme is over.

>> No.18412827


>> No.18412844

It's been 3+ weeks since lock down in many EU countries and death rates are not that impacted compared to the economic cost.

At some point you have to use your brain and see that shutting down the economy for 6+ months is not sustainable or competitive.

Think of how much GDP USA is losing via 1 month of shut down and it's competitiveness in the world afterwards. For a small % difference in lives lost/saved that is probably lower than that lost via less cancer/disease screenings, higher stress, and economic hardships.

The biggest risk you can take is a total shut down like this even if it seems like the safest response.

>> No.18412848

What happens on Monday?

>> No.18412852

there was no gatherings limits, no mask usage, no testing in sweden, people are retarded and keep going to the super market in masses as if nothing happens, they go to restaurants, they dont take it seriously because there is a sheep mentality that if the government said its ok no need to think it through

>> No.18412853

the netherlands went full herd immunity and their case curve is actually leveling off lmao

>> No.18412855

TSX is still closed tomorrow.

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>> No.18412863

I coom.

>> No.18412865

It's similar to a mentality of selling everything on march 20th because the market is looking really bad. You aren't actually reducing your risk by doing this action.

>> No.18412874

spy pls drop below 272 so i can close my put, also oil down to oblivion
i am pretty sure the netherlands changed their herd immunity policy asap when they saw its not working

>> No.18412878

how fucked is sweden in reality through the migration? do the migrants behave at all or is pol right about them fucking shit up in sweden? I know that mamlo is cucked beyond belief but are smaller cities and province equally cucked?

>> No.18412883

what're the odds we spy hits $300 EOD monday?

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The opposite of what /biz/ says or opposite of that.


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Sort of like during the normal flu and mortality concerns.

That kills similar numbers every year.


It sucks having any semblence of intelligence in this fucking re

>> No.18412916

Like seriously where are the overcrowded ICU and massive deaths in florida because of all the spring breakers?

where is sweden's runaway worse than Italy situation?


This shit is fucking low IQ garbage. Like as if people listened to the media on what to fear.

>> No.18412922

>it took them this long
i thought this would be a day 1 move

>> No.18412926

is this public information? where can i access the order book to see the pending bids on a given option? maybe you can scan a bunch and find ones where someone fucked up their bid amount, and quickly buy the option at normal price and sell at a scalp to the bidder who fucked up with the higher price entry?

like scanning through the list, you see someone fucked up and bid $7 instead of $.07, so you quickly buy a $.07 contract and post it for sale at $7? would probably only work on low trade volume stuff

>> No.18412927
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game over lads, we're fucked

>> No.18412930
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The flu season was very mild this winter in Europe. I wonder how this common cold pandemic will compare.

>> No.18412935

n95 are garbage..

you just need something re-usable and quality like the snorkel style masks. shit you throw away every 2 hours is garbage, not to mention all that taking on and off is high chance of infection

>> No.18412937

its ok, if all the white swedes die off you can just import more new swedes from the middle east

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>> No.18412947

almost 100% sure this "pandemic" will be under the worst flu year of the past 10 years in USA deaths.

I'm not advocating zero action, but this quarantine is media led panic that needs to end.

55+ stay at home maybe

>> No.18412961

It's boomer hysteria.

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I'd rather have this than an n95 if in hospital

needs billions of n

>> No.18412984

Oh thank christ. It's been somewhat hard to buy fresh garlic lately. As a guy who puts garlic is pretty much everything savory, this is irritating.

>> No.18412985
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Cramer gonna give you the mad money bump this week. He really liked this deal, and did advise it would get sold off into the merger “and you have to buy into that selloff!”

>> No.18412986


something to do with the fear of mortality in our controlling minds. We have all old as fuck leaders in all important places in USA, boomers run everything and their mentality is garbage.

>> No.18412995

what happens if someone pours water in those tubes at the top?

>> No.18412999

like solutions

: produce 10591025019901205901290591259 n95 we throw away like mad

or enough re-usable snorkel like devices that work better and you just replace the filter on that create perm so

>> No.18413001

it would be extremely painful

>> No.18413013


but it's sort of like tents vs structures argument for housing. It's because no one cared but n95 disposable masks are fucking stupid.

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Do you have your papers /biz/?

>> No.18413039

How long till all the people from bonds go back into stocks and rocket us up because it will be stacked on top of the Fed stuff. Next week, the week after that?

>> No.18413042

It makes me laugh they think USA can even mobilize to do something like that.

So 12 months from now we might get some card from the gov if we antibody test?

kek, if anyone thinks USA government is capable of this

>> No.18413043

you're a big breather

>> No.18413045

Wuhan is already open and guess what? Their economy is devastated. Business are bankrupt, food supply is short, people are without jobs. The economy doesn't just resume where it was because the quarantine is lifted. There is going to be longterm repercussion from this and it will take many years to recover just to get back where we were.

>> No.18413048

an n95 is a filter

>> No.18413059

Lool I'll probably be fine, I've never even caught the flu.
I'm paranoid they'll chain me to a hospital bed and use me as an immunity bank if they find out though.

>> No.18413065

there are reusable masks with n95 filters though, imagine gasmasks with replaceable filters but less bulky and shit.

This is what the UK was proposing
immunnity passports to let people who've already had it and have the antibodies be the first to return to work.

We don't have antibody tests yet though,

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Yes I know.

It's just common to call the disposable masks n95s

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>> No.18413102


>jim cramer

is this the same idiot who shilled Theranos like crazy to uneducated CNBC leftist viewership NPCs?

>> No.18413127

Got to install social credit somehow and create an invisible enemy to do so somehow.

>> No.18413147

living in a small city outside Malmö , stopped caring about that shithole the moment i moved out, also working in Denmark, im Greek not a Swede, so i couldnt care less right now, i also think people stopped paying attention to them with this virus, before that i can tell you its pretty fucked to the extent that everybody openly admits it (unprecedented for "tolerant" swedes before)

>> No.18413181

The manual on those masks say only throw away if difficult to breathe through (clogged), damaged, or visibly dirty. A virus is different, but the whole after 4 hours they are garbage this isn't valid when they were used before this by contractors for hours on end. I target use my respirator, but just disinfect them.

>> No.18413206

Big green dildo Monday. Followed by 3 horrifically red weeks.

>> No.18413231

yes but these poor people arent the ones buying stocks

>> No.18413248

I just hope they get that shit under control, I'm worried for swedish girls.

>> No.18413267

You mean respirators, genius?

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>> No.18413344

Someone needs to properly dispose of that man before he starts a civil war.

>> No.18413379

>uneducated CNBC leftist viewership NPCs
Theranos fooled just about everyone, and CNBC hasn't been antitrump if that's what you're seething about.

Also, it was never publicly traded, so it fucked hedge funds and venture capital. The same people who are happy to throw unlimited amounts of money away on robinhood and uber and grubhub and wework and AirBNB.

I visited Malmö 10 years ago. Even went all the way up to Sollefteå. Had a great time in Sweden. Are you saying the Swedes are openly admitting their government fucked it up, and are now not tolerant of their own government?

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>> No.18413569
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How the fook do I look for the ISIN in Tradingview? for instance I want this one: IE00B03HCZ61

>> No.18413671

what in the fuck is an ISIN

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International Securities Identification Number

holy shit, are you 12

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