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>> No.18588505
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I bought 50 USO contracts at close. Am I gonna make it tomorrow.

>> No.18588513

INTC 70c 5/8
DPZ 440c 4/24
LUV 25p 5/1
UNP 125p 4/24
DOW 33c 4/24
AXP 100c 5/1
SNY 50c 5/15

>> No.18588516

I'm going to buy Halliburton tomorrow no matter what the price is.
That huge free fall in the price?
That peak before the free fall?
That will be me.

>> No.18588520
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I really want to know what happened to that one anon that was deep in nintendo, disney, luckin coffee, and went hard on oil last I remember.

>> No.18588523

Art deco is great and I want more architecture like that to be built.

>> No.18588540
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long way to go to recoup my losses

>> No.18588544
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I gotta sign up for one of those breeding programs

>> No.18588553

I'mapretty boy livin'on the west side
Livin' so loud,you could never hear me cry
At night
See no tears rundownmyeyes

No more fears and no more lies
I tell myself to sleep at night

>> No.18588558

USO is going to go up because people don't know what they're buying

>> No.18588565
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OIL was your last warning mumu

>> No.18588572

>tfw I need to triple what I have left to break even

>> No.18588573

How disconnected is the stock market from real life now?

>> No.18588575

BA 160c 4/24

>> No.18588576

Agreed and they can keep the flappers, capitalism, and degeneracy.

>> No.18588596
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Damn I kind of regret putting money in without researching shit

>> No.18588609
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Market is trading on expectation of relatively speedy economic bounce back. It will continue to do so until the feel shifts to maybe it won't be quite so speedy.

>> No.18588612
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Some big names tomorrow.

>> No.18588618

I'm hoping for 5.50 USO tomorrow.

>> No.18588619

>Lost 80%
Me 2 fren

>> No.18588623
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the bears thought that they could end the 2800 party, but they were so wrong

>> No.18588632

Who else is all in on 275 spy 4/27 puts

>> No.18588650

Me too nigger, me fucking too

>> No.18588659
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>accidentally sold my KO spread
fucking hell I couldn't get back in either. If it goes up I win, if it goes down I have a chance at being assigned 100 shares of KO under $40. And I fucked it up.

>> No.18588660

KO to $40 on open, you heard it here first

>> No.18588678


God they are so desperate now

>> No.18588697

I like TXN long term but I'm hoping to see it cheaper some time this year

uhhhh for real?

>> No.18588698
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Stalinist architecture > all else

>> No.18588707

>Futures mattering at any time prior to 8am

>> No.18588712

Hopefully Lockheed plunges tomorrow because I want to diversify my defense stocks.

>> No.18588723
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>(((0.53/ barrel)))

>> No.18588743

dumb money, that's who

>> No.18588744
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>> No.18588754

>stock prices _ as _
This is every CNBC horseshit article ever written.

>> No.18588759

once people find out the government can't bail out every single company, and that as well as furloughed workers,lots have also been permanently laid off, this shit is going into depression.

Add to that to all this oil business, politics and the fact we have social media, everybody is going to start freaking out.

Then add also the fact there may not be a cure for a very long time, or worse, ever and this shit is going to keep coming back in waves as long as at least one person still has it to spread when the economy opens

>> No.18588761
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>SPXS 11.29
We're opening at 12 tomorrow mother fuckers

>> No.18588768

Rebuke the weeklies

>> No.18588771

their earning is coming out on 04/29. There is no chance for a pump before that date, at best their crabbing

>> No.18588774
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the longer the 2800 party continues, the more reluctant the guests will be to leave
every hour counts

>that hair
yikes, quarantine has not been kind to fake blonds
surprised that they even let her go on air looking like that

>> No.18588778

really? you think coke is hurting from this?

>> No.18588786

i'm sorry you missed the GENERATIONAL BOTTOM, maybe next life

>> No.18588788

Are you sure coca-cola will be up? most of their high margin sales are from retail stores, kiosks etc, not supermarkets

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>> No.18588795

They’ve resigned to keep social distancing going for a year.
The second big crash is still to come

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>> No.18588807
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Not me but on mar 31, before LK tanked I read a pump article on robinhood saying LK is opening 5000 new stores and bought at 27.92. Market sold at 7.65 on april 2 as soon as I heard 'cooked the books lol'

In past moments of 400IQ plays, I also bought MGT cap, John Mccaffe's meme stock that got delisted before he fled the country on a boat full of guns and crypto to set sail for Jeffrey Epsteins island to drone it out.

I'm not worried though, I'm still gonna make it

>> No.18588810
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alright boyos I'm retarded and poor and have ~5k in some vanguard ETFs. I'm using my trump bucks to buy some individual stocks, where's the free money at? Beoing?

>> No.18588820

Damn, maybe we should've just let the virus circulate..

>> No.18588832

I caught the bottom and sold at 20% earlier, now I'm sitting out now because this shit is fucked up and way more likely to crash again than it is to go up more for it to be a good risk/reward.

>> No.18588838

>Bulls think a depression is priced in instead of just a missed quarter

>> No.18588839

damn son
normies are going to be confused about this one for decades to come lol
brace yourselves lads:
we're going to get thousands of "how do I buy the oil stock" posts over the next week or so. Today wasn't the end of it.

>> No.18588840

math checks out

>> No.18588842

Oil up tomorrow
US is thinking about banning Saudi oil imports

>> No.18588848

I would not be trading the June oil contracts. Talking to some folks in the refinery business, they work on the excise tax side. They are out of space, demand is not enough to sustain operations. Gasoline glut.

>> No.18588849

Guys I can literally buy a cheap plastic barrel, fill it up with dirt from my backyard and it'll still be more expensive than a May WTI Oil Futures contract.

>> No.18588855
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I bought this at 16 USD and lost 20% of my investment

Will they recover?

>> No.18588857
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I'm not sure about this USO stack I impulse bought...

Any knowledge bombs about USL?

>> No.18588862

You are a fool for betting against the US dollar. You are not a fool for betting against the Colombian peso.
Coke's growth lies primarily in its ability to peddle increasingly expensive HCFS to emerging markets. Even if they didn't lose a single sale to this, they still take a major hit from the conversion.

>> No.18588870

Honesty I think the reason they didn't is that the healthcare system needs to not be overrun. as long as there is space in hospitals, they will let it spread again slowly until it's gone

>> No.18588873

>Any knowledge bombs about USL?
Yes but tell me her name first.

>> No.18588877

be patient and buy solid stocks.
Not Boeing, not energy, not leisure.
Utilities, certain midcap software, cheap semis if you can find them, certain industrial, cheap foodstocks if you can find them.
patience is key

>> No.18588884
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I have no knowledge of trading. Can I take advantage of oil price volatility through CFDs to make quick money? I'm not trying to get rich, just pay some debts.

>> No.18588890

Keep it cash for now and look for better opportunities. Take the time to do your own research.

>> No.18588895

There's no market value for your dirt barrel

>> No.18588900

You'll get wiped out by people who know what they're doing

>> No.18588905

nor for oil so they're both on the same boat.

>> No.18588910

All you need is stimulus package phase 4,5,6,7 and 8

>> No.18588913

If oil only goes up a tiny bit or less, USO will literally be buying high and selling low when it rolls over to the next month's contracts. There's a really good video on youtube about it. On the other side of the coin, all oil industries are freaking out to undo this mess and it won't stay down forever. We could see a mooning event or USO could just dissolve into nothing.

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>> No.18588931

>buying after a dip right before an earnings report
You did this to yourself, retard.
No, they're not likely to recover soon. New earning report soon will be even bloodier than the last. Possibly priced in, but not clear.

>> No.18588932

Wait why are we getting HFCS from other countries?
I thought that the US grew the most corn of anyone in the world by a huge margin. Also, ethanol is probably dead, so whatever farms were growing crops for ethanol can grow corn for KO
the coke must flow...

>> No.18588943

Wish I knew, bro... She looks like a Courtney if I had to guess.

>> No.18588944

Bros I put $1k in GLOG before market close, how fucked am I?

>> No.18588945

Nothingburger confirmed.

>> No.18588951
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they will recover if they don't go bankrupt first

>> No.18588956

read the oil link in the OP

it's Kagney

>> No.18588960

There's still market value for oil as long as you're capable of storing it and holding it until the price recovers
Your dirt barrel literally doesn't have a market

>> No.18588969


Based fundamental analyst.

>> No.18588971

That’s not free market capitalism

>> No.18588973
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>tfw bought UCO at $1.30 today

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Yep, I beared too long too ;_;

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>> No.18588983

her name is contango

>> No.18588984

>he thinks the US is a free market

>> No.18589005

Surely they could've just convinced the American people to bear with the illness if they're strong for the sake of the people who need those beds? They could've even said some patriotic bull shit

>> No.18589016

Isn't USO too big to fail in a sense? It's the largest oil etf, right?

I bought thinking, "zero is the bottom. I'll just hold till $50/barrel again someday" but it seems like USO is one of the worst ways to do this I'm finding out.

USL apparently tracks against 12 month futures so it's less exposed to storage fees and the roll over is 1/12th per month of the USO cluster fuck.

>> No.18589023

I bought a new washing matching and dryer instead of gambling on stocks this week. Good call or what?

>> No.18589031

Since I'd be dealing with CFDs, I wouldn't be buying actual barrels. Will I still be fucked by pros?

>> No.18589032

laundry is important

>> No.18589035


>> No.18589046

he needs to fundamentally analyze how lighting works

just wait until your next paycheck comes, and buy good stocks instead. you'll be fine.

they already were saying those things
the problem that we have in America is that 50% of our population is catastrophically unhealthy already, so a minor coof is enough to put them on the edge of death

did your old machines work or nah?

>> No.18589066

the virus grows exponentially eg, 2-4-8-16.....etc. if they didn't lock it down the healthcare system would be overrun and they wouldn't have anywhere near the capacity, meaning way more people die you maybe could be saved with a little treatment, plus all the other people that need a hospital eg car accidents etc

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>> No.18589107

The dirt barrel has more market than stacks of 1k barrels of oil nobody can store anywhere if they're the one holding the paper when it expires.

>> No.18589111

Look at OIL from Barclays PLC. It's getting recalled, same thing could happen to USO. Just be careful

>> No.18589113

buy REITs

>> No.18589116

yes, it’s just a bet on the oil price movement, except the spread, interest and fees are all rigged in your disfavor. you’re better off buying a cash settled derivative or an ETF

>> No.18589118

Bvll. Svrge. How many times mvst I say this before the Bobos go back in their cvck cage? BVLL. BVLL! BVLL!

>> No.18589132
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12 minutes NIGGUH?

>> No.18589135

things that will never happen for 2000, alex

>> No.18589138

Still waiting for my 5600 to clear it's limbo phase on e-trade (ran afoul of the free ride rule so I can't use the money till it clears). Got to make back 800 dollars. Should be easy as hell thanks to having 5600 to use as ammo. Had a bit of green sitting in the account ready for action already so I bought more KHC and KO this afternoon. Soon as DIS tanks like mad once the earnings come out, I'll strike and add more to my current DIS stake. $80 dollars a share is pretty doable if the earnings are as bad as what they claim (or worse). It's over 102 now. 70 more shares added. times the rebounded price of 102. 7140 bucks easy as hell. I'll make back my 800 and a bit more. If it takes a while, so what? I don't need the money right away and I'll be collecting the divvy as a bonus.

>> No.18589156

Yeah it's shit production. But the content is a gold mine, especially for people who have no fucking clue how to read one.

>> No.18589162

Real question. How do you not get tired of that typing that shit out?

>> No.18589165

>green futures
why must you punish me so, god?

>> No.18589169

Go find a single person willing to buy that dirt barrel.
Also the May contract is still being traded at negative value so there's still a market value to it.

>> No.18589174

gauranteed that if he checks his local craigslist someone will be willing to pay for some "clean fill" for a backyard project

>> No.18589177

It's just some dumb sheboon pretending to be a nurse ranting about corona being caused by 5G cell phone technology. Saved you the effort.

Just don't trust every dumb nigger in a mask to be a reliable source of information.

>> No.18589192

Thanks bro. You think moving over to USL would be a better long term move? I was thinking a year or two hold.

Also, I was reading USO's tax filling is a shit show on top of the rest.

>> No.18589199

yeah I was trying to set an appropriate take loss limit and did it wrong and took a big loss for no reason.
($80 but still, that matters in times like these)

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>> No.18589201

>laundry is important
Very important, yes.

>did your old machines work or nah?
My dryer was on its last leg and took 3 hours to dry a load. I wanted a stackable set to save space so I bought the washer too

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Okey dokey

>> No.18589215

Shut it, fag. I'll take anon's dirt.

Give you a pizza for it, anon.

>> No.18589217

80 is an okay target for DIS, I wouldn't buy above that
I don't know if earnings will be the catalyst that takes it down or if it will trend down more steadily over the next couple of months.
I'd be patient, but look for other opportunities, don't tunnel too much into DIS

>> No.18589227

>Oil rose 12,000% today closing at $0.36!
>Make sure to buy as much as possible!

>> No.18589232

>Just don't trust every dumb nigger in a mask

>> No.18589239

Guys. Honest question.
Is it time? I see war.

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What's SPY gonna do tomorrow brahs?

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>> No.18589273

hey IBM, Sears, Motorola, and Chrysler are lookin pretty hot, gramps

>> No.18589281

Imagine signing up to the military to pay for schooling, and seeing these oil prices.
War time.

>> No.18589284

This is a dumb meme. You really think the US starts wars because oil is too cheap? Nah. We’d rather just pile the frackers debt onto the national debt or something.

Heard an interview with the woman who coined MMT the other day. She’s watching her ideas be put into action. Pretty wild stuff.

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>> No.18589286

crab based 3dqt poster

>> No.18589287

based minnesota poster

>> No.18589307

I'm expecting Netflix to drop when they haven't added 60 billion new subscribers like everyone seems to think they are, not to mention don't really have much more revenue because they're not ad based and thus don't profit any more by you watching more, but I also expected that when it was $300, so the fuck do I know long it.

>> No.18589321

how do I buy stonk in whores?

is there an ETF for that?

>> No.18589334

The us won't start a war over the oil, but I have a feeling we're gonna see some country take advantage of the situation which will start off the chain link and end up with us having another proxy war somewhere.

The world economy is more fucked than it usually is now and I can see how shit could turn ugly real easily.

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Anyone who believes that "furlough" means those people will go back to work are fucking stupid. Its a soft way to fire people. Only important people actually come back from a furlough, Bob the mechanic and Karen the barista are FIRED!

>> No.18589341

Could have grown international users as well.

>> No.18589346

Lmao when the ordinary folk catch wind of this it'll be translated too
>the president increased the cost of gas an EXTRA $1 PER GALLON!!!?
Doubtful. Good for consumers bad for companies and oil investors.

>> No.18589354

I mean coke itself. Admittedly they use sugar in a lot of these countries.
Still, Coke gets most of its revenue in foreign markets. The stronger the dollar, the weaker KO. Even if their sales go up abroad, this is true.
It's not a sales issue, it's a forex issue.

>> No.18589367

Can you explain to me why buying a share of Boeing is a bad idea right now? Do you really think the company is going to go under?

>> No.18589370


He's saying Coke sells HFCS to Colombia, but Colombia's currency is weakening, so Coke can't get paid as much for the HFCS they sell them.


Most peoplee who get Covid don't go to the hospital already, you generally only end up there if your lungs start getting fucked or if you're extremely high risk to begin with. The issue is that if 100 million people get it, the 5 million who need a ventilator now all die because they have to share 100,000 ventilators

>> No.18589374

TSLA is peaking, might be a good time to short.

>> No.18589380

If the virus is actually not as bad as thought, I could easily see Karen and even bob getting their jobs back.

People have this insane need to “return to normal”. They could keep it up even when we get the second spike, and just decide it’s not worth shutting down again.

>> No.18589392

I did before close today, and may pick up some more tomorrow. Former VP Cheney had enough of a hand in it years ago that they're probably bulletproof

>> No.18589394

Also this is a strong possibilty. They avoid unemployment payouts that way. Out wait the poor worker until he goes find something else

>> No.18589405

i work a night shift and just woke up
anyone care to explain what the fuck is going on?

>> No.18589408

Welp, this comic aged like wine.

>> No.18589419

>kill all your white farmers
>complain when you have no food

>> No.18589432

Who \cashgang\ here? Feeling pretty comfy sitting on $150k (~70%) in cash after selling a lot last week.

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The business that thay work at doesn't have any money, it might not even exist anymore. Customers might spike the first week back, but then it will settle into a low customer flow as people don't have money to buy things anymore. Whos going to pay people to go to work when there are no customers? Its a spiral. People don't have money to spend because they don't have a job, and they don't have a job because nobody is spending money. This is the double edges sword of debt, it makes your booms bigger but your crashes deeper.

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So how screwed are we?

>> No.18589467
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People bought contracts to buy up oil in December dated for May. Shit's been retarded since then. Tomorrow is the last day to trade those contracts. Since the contracts started trading around 18:00 eastern yesterday, the price for said contracts had been going down due to pressure. Suddenly, earlier today, the market ran out of buyers for the contracts specifically because no one had storage for the contract's underlying oil. A lot of financial bros got systematically fucked in the ass and lost millions. This has never happened before in history, and oil has never been this illiquid,

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>> No.18589478

>come back from a jog
>futures are ripping green

why? Oil literally dropped -300% in one day

>> No.18589484

It may vary by state, but at least here in NC you can collect unemployment while furloughed

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>> No.18589494

It was all a distraction
invest in the banks

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>tfw sold everything and went all in on NET and RTX

Yeah, I think I'll escape out of this unscathed.

>> No.18589497 [DELETED] 

Farmers are fine. If there is one spending program in the government I agree with, its subsidizing farmers. There is literally nothing more important to a nation that its food supply. The US is so strong not only because of its massive tech/military advantage, but that we also feed most of the world. We've been energy independent for a few years too, but now thats in jeopardy.

>> No.18589501

Oil is a single sector bro.

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Because the May contract is useless and expires today. it only crashed because there were like 5 computers trading it against each other.
Oil is really at $22.
[email protected]

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Got a job as an accountant at a bank, as soon as I get a few connections and learns about certain loopholes i'll let you mongoloids know

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thank you anon
didn't need that much of an explanation but i appreciate the effort

>> No.18589514

Oh nooooo not brown hair!

>> No.18589521

because you went short

>> No.18589525

Your fucked USO is the readon why Oil collapsed they own a majority of those canceled contracts.

>> No.18589534

I'm not complaining about farmers in general. I'm saying SA has food trouble because they killed like 75% of their established white farmers and replaced them with people who don't have any experience in farming.

>> No.18589547

Time in market > timing market
SPY will megamoon tomorrow

>> No.18589548

Watch INTC on TI earnings.

>> No.18589554

Yea, sorry, I misread your post.

>> No.18589559

Less than /biz/ memes, always.

>> No.18589560

God I hope so. I’ll buy the shit out of $40 KO.

>> No.18589561

We'll only believe you if you post a timestamp inside there with the word "/biz/"

>> No.18589571

BVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVLL is a state of mind. I say it at least once every two hovrs to make my gains, and it never failed me once. This surprise crash was jvst a nasty BOBO BEARCVCK TRICK.

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>> No.18589581

Over what, retard? Gong to invade contact expirations?

>> No.18589582

What happens when all these May barrelholders decide to pay the premium to roll over their contracts into June?

>> No.18589584

So what does this oil futures business mean? It was negative but now it's not anymore so is everything fine actually? What if they go negative again?

>> No.18589592

BASED GOD where were you when I was buying boeing and energy over the past 5 years lol

>> No.18589594

inflation is eating your savings lol

>> No.18589606

ETFs won't go up just because more are buying it.

>> No.18589608

>KO drops to 40
>p/e still over 20
get the fuck out of here

>> No.18589610

Time to start buying canned food, water, and cigarettes/lighters.

>> No.18589615

i've got a similar cash pile but around 600k in the market. i never sell, only build cash via my job and buy dips when they appear

>> No.18589628

Read this guy >>18589467
The underlying issues of poopy demand and lack of storage for overproduction means oil is not fine. Today was the warning shot.

>> No.18589633

LONG HODL on actual cigs and tobacco. Bottles of everclear and whiskey too!

>> No.18589634

kek, feels good having 53% of your investment wad in cash ready for action (remaining % is stocks. Have another 10k in reserve sitting in the bank I can call upon if needed. My 401k statement came in today, the loss wasn't as bad as I feared (lost just 4600). Yeah, some might just say fuck the 800 actual loss, but not me. I'm making it back damnit. Thank god I pulled out of TRNX and pocketed the profits. Sucker just floundered all day today. Ran afoul of the free ride rule but hell protecting my profits was more a pressing concern.

>> No.18589644

>What if they go negative again?
Stay tuned this month to find out!

The demand shock is putting deflationary pressure on the economy at the moment. There's also been a surge into the USD as markets became more volatile. Inflationary pressure is to come, and while it will distort P/E's and valuation to some extent, it's not the meme people are making it out to be right now. Right now, it's somewhat counter-balanced by other economic factors.

You do you, man. I know that shit would get tiring for me.

>> No.18589647

maybe, but the government, the fed, and the voters weren't all clamoring in support of free money and running up the debt to fight unemployment.

we'll see

>> No.18589652

p/e does matter for value companies but you have to consider current and future expected interest rates. where else do you put your money after you've bought as much gold/bonds as you can stand? cash isn't an option anymore

>> No.18589659

I'm going to buy just $75 worth of Northrup Grumman and Lockheed Martin shares, worth it? Just to see

>> No.18589673

good luck living on the streets when they go to zero

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>No guidance
You're going to hear that a lot this week. It means everything is fucked.

>> No.18589684

I play the earnings at the company I work for. Is that illegal? I’m just some code monkey.

>> No.18589696


Based consumer staples

>> No.18589698

If they can prove you have insider information, yes.

>> No.18589712

Just tell your friends on /biz/ what you know.

>> No.18589731

not illegal but not recommended

>> No.18589737

insider trading is such a meme

>hey bro I work for this company and we're about to post terrible earnings
>ok thank you

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Soon, the US will invade countries to forcefully give them oil to prop up domestic oil extraction businesses.

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China wins again. Only thing green on my watch list

>> No.18589751

It's because investors don't work for the company. If this was allowed the entire company would buy all the company stocks and short the moment they know something's wrong. This would mean nobody except those with priority access to insider info would ever buy stocks rendering stocks worthless.

>> No.18589761

They don't need proof to prosecute you, they'll try to find proof as they prosecute you. That's how the SEC works.

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>> No.18589780


is trump really this fucking lucky?

>> No.18589784

Thanks, anon

>> No.18589787

>this timeline
Do you need to ask?

>> No.18589788

Uh cash is an option.

>> No.18589795

>get paid to receive contract
>drive to oil field
>dump useless black liquid into field
>sell barrel
They will make a movie about me.

>> No.18589802

Depends. If youre a pleb thats not invited to executive meets, then its fine. I work at a huge company and I dont know shit before they publicly release it.

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>> No.18589812

No fucking way... I swear...

>> No.18589813

The chinks have cancelled a big order of 747's. Boeing will drop to $120 soon.

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>> No.18589833

There's no way this is real
>it's real
I can't fucking believe it

>> No.18589841

And Germany ordered more expensive fighter jets instead

>> No.18589847

I think its safe to assume that ALL orders are cancelled. Boeing is just fucked. Who the fuck is going to be buying new planes? (besides the government for war)

>> No.18589850

what companies are guaranteed top-tier bailouts for the next couple of years other than the obvious banks and military industrial ones?

>> No.18589851

Will Alibaba cuck Amazon and eBay?

>> No.18589853

>intercept a document revealing that a rival company plans to coordinate a massive dump
>at the moment the news breaks, cut them a check for $1,000,000,000
>suddenly the price zigs when it should have zagged
>profit off their financial ruin and stage a hostile takeover when they go broke

>> No.18589856

Please happen.

>> No.18589865

Yeah I’m just a pleb who trades on the rumors I hear around the water cooler. IDK if that counts.

>> No.18589867

I hope. I'm going all in on them.

>> No.18589874

You know I always look into stocks that benefit humanity instead of ones that are negative to humanity that government wants.

What are some mass surveillance stocks

>> No.18589878

Any bro tier murrica company that had a part in WW2. Utilities.

>> No.18589880

Yes, that literally happens all the fucking time. The fact you seem to think this is a joke shows that you're still young and naive, but as you grow you'll perhaps get closer and closer to these things.

>> No.18589887

Apple and Google

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>> No.18589892

What are the implications for stocks? I know nothing about n korea

>> No.18589904

but surely it will recover in the coming years?

>> No.18589905


Jesus, I hope I wake up to an atom cloud over beijing.

>> No.18589908

Big moon. North Korea is as ripe of an emerging market as you get.

>> No.18589914

war is always bullish

>> No.18589921

Destabilized region, more defense spending. Or his sister just takes control and nothing happens.

>> No.18589935

It's my most resilient stock

>> No.18589947

Rtx to the moon

>> No.18589949

north korea practices primogeniture so it would have to go to kim jong uns son

>> No.18589957

His sister is next in succession but I don't think anyone knows what she's like

>> No.18589966

Does he have one?

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>> No.18589971

more defense spending just from anticipation of him dying?

>> No.18589974

>invest in something that will break even in 5 years
Why? They could just crab for years. Even Amazon was basically flat after it rejected $2000.

>> No.18589976

Yes but you should wait for the price to dip very soon is what I'm saying. Especially since you (we) missed the golden opportunity to buy at $100

>> No.18589980

he's had a harem since he was like 12 so definitely. the generals will pick the easiest one to control and get on with their lives

>> No.18589993

God I hope so. Remember when people were speculating that the old generals of the NK military wouldn't accept having a new young leader with no military service and would stage a violent coup? Now just imagine a bunch of old Korean men get told they have to listen to a woman, of all things.

>> No.18589994

>tfw I realized that oil price going to negative was just a weird finance glitch
>that's why oil stocks didn't react at all to it
>they are all going off of next months futures, not the spot price.

>> No.18590002

>china loses their nuclear buffer against the US
Imagine the amount of good karma Trump accumulated in his past life

>> No.18590030

Haha that sounds like an absolute covert assassination attempt. Get the doctor to pretend he made an oopsie or sabotage the equipment.

>> No.18590032

The juice is at 36 minutes in
>Low case Cheveron is -1% over 10 years
>Low case Exxon is +12% over 10 years
>Low case is $45 a barrel
>We've been at less than $45 a barrel for weeks
Basically, they are MEGA FUCKED.

>> No.18590041

Wow absolute gem, just subscribed to him, he deserves it, watching his videos is basically like being a fund and having your analyst brief you on what each stock is worth

>> No.18590042

At this rate Biden will become incapacitated

>> No.18590043

>he doesn't have any KO

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>> No.18590050

Sure, but let's be clear here. At the beginning of today Monday May oil contracts were 18 dollars. June is now sitting around 20-21. The weird negative glitch was a result of (probably) retail speculators. But that actually means that May's contracts were likely inflated and masking the pain for weeks. June could easily be worse for real reasons but not negative

>> No.18590051

he got coofed on.

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Newfag pls explain

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>> No.18590061

Is this a meme?

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Tweet deleted, very interesting...

>> No.18590080

only the dumbest reporters are saying un has problems. XXXXXX

>> No.18590081

puts and calls and expiry dates

>> No.18590082

The idea that Baron is a time traveler just gets more wild every year

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How do I short immigrants?

>> No.18590087

And just like that, he was never seen in public again.

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>> No.18590097

Will this fuck airlines?

>> No.18590099

You actually think DPZ can hit 440? That would be fucking sick.

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p/cmeans put-callratio. It means number of put options traded / number of call options traded for a particulartradingday. Put means Right to sell. Call means Right to buy. If number of put options traded is more than number of call options traded, it means more traders are having bearing outlook and vice versa.

>> No.18590104

Seems like CNN released the story, which means wait until someone actually confirms it

>> No.18590106

Can't wait to see if defense stocks jump.

>> No.18590113

June is going to be worse because it has x5 more volume of 1000 barrel contracts issued compared to May. There's no way the May stockpile is getting depleted for the June fulfillment.

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the future is bright

>> No.18590125

I work the nightshift and couldn't be fucked to even look at trying to trade 12H prediction for the past week.
Since I obviously missed the oil fuckery, what's the next rock-drop or moon?
Already got defense stocks. Give me something else.

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just fudgiung crash

>> No.18590131


>> No.18590163

Lol defense companies are going to be one of the safer options til the end of the year. You are big retarded

>> No.18590166

So is this a good time to sell XOM?

>> No.18590176

SPY freefall to 1500 after simultaneous nuking of Pyongyang, Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington and Beijing.

>> No.18590188

Idea? Oh no no no child, it is truth

>> No.18590192

wtf is that thing

>> No.18590205

>nuclear attack
>2007 peak price
i fucking hate braindead bulls.

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how many short micros are you on right now

mantis shrimp I think
it punches super hard and breaks its prey
it's one of the animals in TERRA FORMARS

>> No.18590225

Based. Now all the feeble, hipster baristas and waitresses can work in the fields picking their very own onions for low wetback pay. This is truly the greatest timeline

>> No.18590226

Something sniper or gunner shrimp or whatever. Supersonic punches.

>> No.18590227

wtf bro im in los angeles

>> No.18590233

why are the futes drippin

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>> No.18590241

gonna ask another retard question, is it even worth buying individual stocks if you aren't actively paying attention to them daily?

>> No.18590245

d-did you just explain to yourself samefag?

>> No.18590248

No, it's already down 40%, unless you bought the bottom. Just add more when it dips unless you're extremely overweight, look at this: >>18588969

Yup, great channel.

Yeah obviously they won't be doing great short term, but oil will not be under 30 for a multi year span. They have hedges as well, so it's not as disastrous as it may seem, plus they are well diversified, with upstream and downstream sources of revenue.

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yay thank you

>> No.18590262

if you buy a nice diverse portfolio of reliable stocks (positive earnings, no huge risks to earnings), it is just as good as buying index funds

>> No.18590270

Yes. At minimum you can choose one or a few ETFs and outperform them by cherrypicking a subset of their holdings and only keeping those stocks. Then you only need to rebalance once every quarter or even once every year.

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uh oh

>> No.18590281

I went long in futures and what the FUCK is this dip!?

>> No.18590285

>kim on deathbed
>Worst Korea stocks fall
How telling

>> No.18590287

>30 seconds later 0
>30 seconds later -0.30%
>30 seconds later -0.60%



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>> No.18590291

Largely priced in, the real issue would be the halt in Tesla production from Fremont.

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>> No.18590308

trump tweeted out temporary halting immigration because of the beerbug

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they ended the 2800 party to mourn for dear brother Kim
may he rest in peace

>> No.18590319

good time to get in on Lockheed? seems like this is at its low

>> No.18590322

Oh. Well that's nothing.

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New bred (no immigrants allowed)

>> No.18590326

Is there anything scarier than trading futures bros? I just lost 600 dollars in 5 minutes

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Because we’re in a fucking recession

>> No.18590353

Well I have a bunch of food, utility, cheap semiconductors, and Boeing, United Airlines, and Delta queued up. I understand buying into the jet meme as hard as I did isn't exactly diverse but I'm willing to lose what I'm buying if those companies somehow don't recover.

>> No.18590359

you shouldn't be going long futures right now anyway

>> No.18590364

Literally just bought into a swing position. I had a feeling shit was going to hit the fan this week.

>> No.18590373

war is coming bro, can't wait to die for israel

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>China new "Silk Road" is DEAD

>> No.18590450

Yes! E-trade has released my 5600 bucks. I'm ready for action Tuesday. No penny stocks, or shit that will take my green wad. If KO hits $40 (which it might cause it tanked pretty hard this afternoon even before earnings), I'm all over it. It won't take it long to hit 48 again. And hell having more of a defensive tilt in these dark times ain't a bad play either (as is pulling down that divvy). 140 more KO shares added to the stash. That's 6720 @ 48 a pop. I'd clear 1120 in profit (minus the 5600 buying price)

>> No.18590484

The no agenda guys gave an interesting perspective on nflix. their business model only works when more people are paying than actually watching. usually people are off at work, might watch a show or two when they get home or binge on weekends. but everybody at home all the time has to be hell on their bandwidth costs. netflix is probably losing their shirt right now.

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You literally can't make this stuff up

>> No.18590534

Is there some war going on between two sides of the Jews or something?

>> No.18590558


>but we also need a large influx of immigrants coming in too, we can test them later

if i ever met cucks like this in real life...

>> No.18590569

>natsoc realozes that like every other people not all jews have the same agenda

It's about the nose in your heart, not the nose on your face

>> No.18590665

Why are nu/pol/ 2016 niggers so fucking retarded? Jews play both sides, either one is in their favor. The orthodox Jew screams for no immigration (for Isreal, not you goy), the liberal Jew screeches in favor of immigration (for the goyim, not G*d's chosen).

>> No.18590900

if you think about it, war and inet infrastructure are pretty secure bets moving forward

>> No.18590965


I think I know the chick on the left???

>> No.18591009

So, which is it?

>> No.18591011

Wtf happened with the new thread?

>> No.18591014

it punches shit so hard it causes sparks, and this is under deep seawater mind so its hits must be god tier.

>> No.18591028

Someone, either the OP or the Jannies, keeps deleting the threads.

>> No.18591035

Pretty telling that the same people who jump at anything the president says or does to discredit him wont touch this "invisible enemy" thing with a 30 ft pole.

>> No.18591039

seething janny trannies deleted it because OP was a trump tweet

>> No.18591042

that stock always goes down brah

>> No.18591070

I think they want the older thread to reach page 10

>> No.18591079

Open up /pol/ archive and read posts from pre-2016 to find out.

>> No.18591080


>> No.18591099

god forbid we have two threads about stocks on the business and finance board

>> No.18591142

Its because niggers keep splitting the threads so the jannies have begun cracking down. Make new threads at 350+ replies instead of at 290.

>> No.18591299

it isnt AAAAAAAA/OOOOOOO hours. wait til we reach like 400 posts to make a new one

>> No.18591313

Makes sense, killed the discussion though

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>No one is buying
>Massive unemployment
>Brick and mortar retail and small businesses are going bankrupt.
>1/3 of rent is not being paid
>No one is using airbnb
>Flippers are sitting on empty properties.
>There are more than nine million second homes in the U.S. that may or may not be financially viable given the depth of the current recession.
>About eight million landlords who own between one and 10 properties accounting for half the nation’s rental properties. Financial duress will come swiftly for those carrying multiple mortgages.
>As many as 30% of Americans with home loans, or some 15 million households, could default if the nation’s economy remains closed up through the summer.
>Illigal immigration has been halted from the virus.
>Interest rates are already near 0 and can't really go much lower.
>JPMorgan has bumped its loan requirements to 20% down and 700 credit score.
>The jumbo mortgage market is disappearing.
>list prices are already down 6% in april

>> No.18591516

Thoughts on NEE? Thinking of grabbing it on any dips under 200

>> No.18591742

Whoops, looks like story turned out to be bullshit.

In other news, guess the spooks figured out who their mole is. Somebodys about to get their shit pushed in tonight.

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we're so close to the S&P 200hr MA. Will we bounce up?

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