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>> No.19072142
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What does an ETF aristocrat portfolio look like?

>> No.19072148

fuck bvlls

>> No.19072157
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I only respect cunny and 2DTE straddle holders, bros.

>> No.19072161
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I was right.

>> No.19072180
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Missouri chads rise up

100% KNG

>> No.19072182

Did you end up making a profit?

>> No.19072188
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I just finished preliminary screening of some great covered call opportunities for next weeks earnings.
WB - Weibo Corp
FL - Foot Locker, Inc.
KSS - Kohl's Corporation
GPS - Gap Inc
VIPS - Vipshop Holdings
HRL - Hormel Foods Corp
HPE - ewlett Packard Enterprise Co

These companies have earnings reports coming out next week. The premiums on near the money options are at 2% or greater. WB and FL have the highest premiums percentage at 5% and 8%. This is a good opportunity to make a low risk play with decent upside. The strategy I am executing is to purchase shares in lots of 100 and sell covered calls to collect the premiums at the start of the week (or the Friday before the weekend).
An example:
Buy 200 shares of FL at $23.50 for a total of $4700
Sell weekly calls at $24 for about $1.50 each, net credit of $300.
Possible results:
Week ends at $26 (+10.6%) = $5100 ($24*200 + $300 from calls) (+8.5%) : Delta: -2.1%
Week ends at $25 (+6.4%) = $5100 ($24*200 + $300 from calls) (+8.5%) : Delta: +2.1%
Week ends at $24 (+2.1%) = $5100 ($24*200 + $300 from calls) (+8.5%) : Delta: +6.4%
Week ends at $23 (-2.1%) = $4900 ($23*200 + $300 from calls) (+4.2%) : Delta: +6.4%
Week ends at $22 (-6.4%) = $4700 ($22*200 + $300 from calls) (+0%) : Delta: +6.4%
Week ends at $21 (-10.6%) = $4500 ($21*200 + $300 from calls) (-4.3%) : Delta: +6.3%

Note: When the Call is not executed, you may choose to continue to hold the stock and wait for it to rise again.

As you can see, with such a high premium, the upside for covered calls is quite high and the downside is partially mitigated. If you are expecting a drop you can sell deeper in the money calls, and if you think it will pop, you can sell higher out of the money calls.
>What about capped upside?
Do you expect the stock to move +10% in a week? Even if it does, you are still guaranteed profits.
>What about unlimited downside?
This is why you buy stable companies, its just as unreasonable to expect the company to move -10%

>> No.19072197

Who will get rekt tomorrow? Bobos or bulls?

>> No.19072199
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I got fucked today, biz... and not in a good way...

>> No.19072207

Let the prices keep coming day. Friday is payday.

>> No.19072213
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I pledge my support for Missouri.

>> No.19072226

is the band he's listening to called The Kikers?

>> No.19072232

What do you guys think of MU as a medium term hold? I’ve heard NAND and RAM prices are rising. The new PS5 and Xbox both have SSD’s. Datacenter demand has been increasing with this virus stuff.

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ahh fuck i posted in the dead thread. to repeat in the living thread
people trivialize a nuclear war. the reality is, there will never be a direct war with the PRC. it'd be suicide for both parties. even if we shoot down 95% of the missiles in the air, its still suicide. (and we're not that good at getting them down.)
i think 1st world living has spoiled us so badly that we don't comprehend a nuclear war is unwinnable.
we're heading into a new Cold War. the worst case scenario is some proxy war in the Pacific. maybe it'll be over the Philippines. maybe it'll be naval skirmishes in the South "China" Sea. if shit gets truly wild, there will be fighting over Taiwan.
but the anons hoping for WWIII will be disappointed.

>> No.19072244

I made a killing off of puts today but I think tomorrow will be green.

>> No.19072247

Ok. Bulls are getting rekt.

Cold war 5.0

>> No.19072249

>The $2.3 trillion CARES Act, the Donald Trump-led rescue package signed into law on March 27th, is a radical rethink of American capitalism. It retains all the cruelties of the free market for those who live and work in the real world, but turns the paper economy into a state protectorate, surrounded by a kind of Trumpian Money Wall that is designed to keep the investor class safe from fear of loss.
>What’s happening in the COVID-19 crisis is the next step: a financial bubble where the Fed isn’t the cleanup mechanism, but the source of the mania itself. While the real economy is seeing record disruptions, Wall Street has seen prolonged rallies of “rational exuberance” over the Fed’s decision to usher in “QE infinity” and essentially ban losing in finance capitalism.
>Investors have begun following the Fed. Analysts are encouraging clients to “buy what the Fed is buying,” because “the stimulus seems to be endless.” The boom isn’t in any particular kind of company or product, but in the Fed itself.
>“The Fed is the market, and all the big players know it, while the real economy will stagger far behind,” is how Nomi Prins, author of Collusion and an expert on central-banking policy, puts it.

Doesn't sound good.

>> No.19072253

but there isn't there an unlimited upside risk?

>> No.19072259

Looks like "The Killers" to me, desu.

>> No.19072264

I'm very close to breaking even for all time. I was down like -45% at my max I think.

Some bullshit today though and limited my gains.
>know that TVIX spikes up and retraces
>sold some TVIX this morning on a spike, expecting a retrace
>sold too early, it went up
>huh, I guess I need to buy back in
>can only buy 13 shares instead of 14 because I have a margin account
>later today I turn off my margin and realize I had enough all along and that RH Gold gave me a negative margin and didn't let me buy
I basically am up today like 12.45% but missed out on a good 7% of gain.

hopefully I can sell sometime tomorrow and buy back in on a retrace and get that chunk back. I turned off RH Gold forever.

>> No.19072267

What happened if you end up bagholding them forever?
For example, Gap looks FUBAR to me.

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>screencapping your own post

>> No.19072284

Feel free to play your little shitpost games, mumus and bobos.
It matters not to the king, el snib snab

>> No.19072287

The Killers
notable songs:
-When You Were Young
-Mr. Brightside

>> No.19072299

I didn't. I was telling people to screencap my posts and either make fun of me this Friday or praise me. My game plan was to cut my losses this week if there was no reversal but I strongly anticipated a heavy dump Monday/Tuesday.

>> No.19072301

>It retains all the cruelties of the free market for those who live and work in the real world, but turns the paper economy into a state protectorate, surrounded by a kind of Trumpian Money Wall that is designed to keep the investor class safe from fear of loss.
very bullish. amerilards will never rise up against this so there's nothing to worry about

>> No.19072318

whoah you are on fire!

>> No.19072326
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>rolling stone politics section

>> No.19072340

This was supposed to be Somebody Told Me I just had a brainfart

>> No.19072350

>investor class
anybody with an iPhone?

>> No.19072352
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Based Trump calling out the scumbags.

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Have you even broken even yet?

>> No.19072360

way to go! we will all be rich soon!

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>> No.19072383

He is a living meme, and here's why that's a good thing!

>> No.19072386
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I need CA immediately.

Do I add to my Russell 2000 short (TWM) and VIX long (UVXY)?

>> No.19072387
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Ideally you are only holding for that week. You don't have to bag hold. Losses can still happen but as you can see you have a lot of padding. Additionally, you can find a company with less risk or greater upside, I listed 7 you can choose from in this instance.

With this strategy, you cap your gains for virtually guaranteed profit. Whens the last time a company went to infinity value though? This is where probability and standard deviation come in. A decently stable stock is realistically not going to move outside 10% in either direction in a single week.

>> No.19072394

Is this about the class action suits? Several states have those ongoing. Odd that China cares enough to respond.

>> No.19072395

try this instead

>> No.19072398

I am very close. I would have been +7% closer if RH margin bullshit didn't happen. Negative fucking margins. Fuck you RH

I only restarted investing in late March, so hopefully I'll have 3x my money in a couple months of trading before I reevaluate my strategy.

>> No.19072410

there is somehow money to be made from predicting the new cold war. US will try to obtain goods/commodities essential to national security from outside China. so that means pharmaceuticals, rare earth minerals, etc. do I go balls deep on Indian and European pharma?
And Australian and American mines? I imagine there are places that could be mined, but aren't, due to shit profit margins. But if the US shifts away from Chinese rem, then they will be mined? Fuck, how i do even start to research this?

>> No.19072416

That's stupid, why wouldn't you bet where you think the market is going?

>> No.19072419

Fuck i wish I wasn't a financial brainlet...

>> No.19072427

TVIX is going down tomorrow, I would sell if I could even for a small loss.

>> No.19072430

Are you the anon from the previous thread asking about REE?

>> No.19072441
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Would you guys say it's a good idea to go for General Electric?

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>> No.19072465

I expect TVIX go up in the morning tomorrow and retrace a bit in the evening. Theoretically we'll encounter a light bounce in the S&P500 from all the high volume dumping due to delusional idiots still thinking in a V-shape recovery.

My plan is to watch the charts and when TVIX hits the upper bollinger and has an RSI spike on the 3min interval, I'll sell and wait a bit to rebuy.

There won't be a HUGE retrace of TVIX until we have a magnum green dildo on the daily.

>> No.19072470

I am not.
im a uni student who just got back from office hours with a prof who is an expert on chinese foreign relations. he essentially thinks we're gliding into a new borderline cold war.
i want to somehow monetize his predictions

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my expectation for tomorrow is that we will get a reversal and $2780 on SPX will be defended

TWM can only make you money if we really go down to test the levels from March

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I cant wait for the Futures to say one thing,
then a different thing,
and then a different thing,
then a different thing when everyone's asleep,
then a reversal while everyone is still asleep

>> No.19072489

i have 100 shares at 6.55, pretty based but shit is going down to 5 lol

>> No.19072493

Aaaaaaaand this is how you end up bankrupt

>> No.19072496

What makes you think that?
I'm feeling good about my UVXY and TWM

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I wish I had saved up a good chunk before starting out. I am a fucking moron for fucking myself out of money 20 bucks at a time on bad options contracts. I'm like the living embodiment of "what not to do with your life". It sucks being smart enough to realize you're an absolute retard.

>> No.19072535

>was watching fox business today
>watching based Varney
>he asks his guest if he thinks Jerome's comments are why the market is falling
>the guy bluntly says no and that we've been ascending in a dead cat bounce with weak volume and he fully expects a retest of previous lows if not new lows


>> No.19072555

Real talk though. How the fuck is oil still crabbing

>> No.19072558

just don't sleep

this but with the girls I should have fucked in high school instead of stocks

>> No.19072561

Moon Cancer

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>> No.19072567

Through the blood of Rockefeller.

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>> No.19072572
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One bad week is all it takes anon...

>> No.19072576
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I got fucked today /biz/... and not in a good way

>> No.19072589

Anime is for virgin teenage boys, and incels, change my mind.

>> No.19072593

Pasta from the last thread.

The semiconductor and other high-tech industries won't get over their need for REE anytime soon, and China just happens to be sitting on some of the most abundant known deposits. I'm not sure how profitable a direct REE investment would be. You could look at the Li and Co space to get an idea, since they're used in battery technology. They're not REEs, but their operations are probably similar.

There are several refining steps involved, and the ore grade and type determines much of a site's viability and productive capacity. There can also be significant lag times in between identifying new sites, when those sites can be acquired, when excavation and refinement can begin, and when the site starts turning a profit. That means that those miners tend to be running on debt for extended periods of time. Some things to consider when investing in them directly, as opposed to investing in the companies (TSM, INTC) that add the value.

>> No.19072599

Based post for ant investors

>> No.19072604

I was up till 4:30 last night cuz I felt it coming, and just ended up sleeping through the whole trading day.

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>> No.19072610

I got fucked too....in the good way though

>> No.19072613
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I got fucked today, biz... and not in a good way...

>> No.19072614

Dawg, this is the easiest shit in the world:

Every day at 5PM, get the fuck on the DoD contracts page, and any time you see they bought $345M in missiles, maybe try to get that company at open.


>> No.19072617

take your meds

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why should I? it's your loss not mine

>> No.19072622

I'm still fucking pissed that negative margin is a thing and RH cucked me out of another share of TVIX when I needed it.


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>> No.19072632
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smug anime girls are the mascot of /smg/

>> No.19072633
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>Just buy calls and puts bro!
>Just sell naked calls and puts bro!
>Just bet stocks go up or down 20% a week bro!
>Just buy penny stocks and hold forever bro!
>Nooooooo! Don't actually buy fundamentally sound stocks!!
>Nooooooo! You can't just collect options premiums!
>Nooooooo! You can't use strategies that hedge for risk!

>> No.19072661

Fuck you

>> No.19072677
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who here bought calls at the bottom because the memeline told them to?

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I wish I could back to a normal life.
Well I guess I never had a normal life to begin with.

>> No.19072688

if you're gonna copy a meme try to do it right, you're both obviously not the real duckposter (>>19072199)

>> No.19072696

cmon schizo listen to your doctor

>> No.19072702

We are saved! Get those SPY calls ready boys!

Alright I feel the need to say I am joking this time

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>> No.19072717

It's almost like someone could get on an anonymous forum and offer bad advice for lulz.

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I fucking broke and bought UPWK during trading today.

How fucked am I?

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>> No.19072739
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FTSE futures were 2+% negative last I looked. What happened?

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>> No.19072741
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Cramer is literally going insane live on air kek

>> No.19072766

>2nd wave cancelled
>reopening fully going on
>consumer confidence back to 110%

>> No.19072773

oh yeah?
I've missed all the biz news today, and when you people talk shit on cramer it's usually nonsense.

He bought McCormick for his trust btw.

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>> No.19072784

AAAA I missed it

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damn cramer going full bear holy shit

>> No.19072816

>this but with the girls I should have fucked in high school instead of stocks
this but with stock, and the girls I should've fucked in college as well as high school

>> No.19072827
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always do the opposite of what Cramer says

>> No.19072828

is there a stream for cramer i want to see this meltdown

>> No.19072832

>small caps continue to eat more shit during downturns and get a fraction of the rise during upswings
Small caps have been in a bear market for like a decade.

>> No.19072842

>Entertainer paid to entertain goes full jester.

>> No.19072844

Cramers Mexican restaurant will go bankrupt

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>> No.19072853

I prefer morning cramer, because he has D. Faber there to banter with
solo cramer is meh

>> No.19072856

Quit being a poorfag and get basic cable

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how do you reach this level of based?

>> No.19072874

>this guy pays for cable
>not just having the highest internet speed possible and streaming everything

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Uhhh Hello? Based department?

>> No.19072880

If they grow too much they become big caps and they don’t want the hassle of switching over so they sabotage themselves

>> No.19072890

I have both

>> No.19072908

just saying, I don't see the point of analog cable when internet will literally do everything for you

>> No.19072923

wtf is he doing?

>> No.19072926

Wtf is girlfriend? What about somebody told me and all these things that I’ve done?

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>> No.19072941

Watching the froth

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>> No.19072959

I don’t have to look for streams of everything and I like watching hockey. But I think they’re gonna start streaming that so maybe I’ll finally get rid of cable one of these days

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not into that, could I interest you in some (rare) PEPE?

>> No.19072970

no rush
CSCO isn't running away from you, there will be plenty of time to buy it for a reasonable price

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>> No.19072983

Bear Stearns Cramer

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Only lost 600€ today.
Haven't lost this much in a single day so far.

Thanks, stocks market.

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I prefer morning as well, but the opening monologue is always worth listening to. I skip most of the execs and segments, and catch the lightening round.

This is such a stupid fucking redd!tor meme.

Cramer was onto coronavirus while the rest of the media still said it was nothing to be concerned about and trump said it would just go away like a miracle.

He’s nudged me into some fine stocks and helped me stay the fuck away from the garbage like the shit that gets shilled on here.

Cramer is a godsend if you know how to use him.

>> No.19073153

Listen to Josh Brown or Melissa Lee instead

>> No.19073160

after this he lost all credibility to me

>> No.19073172

i miss this lil nigga like you wouldn't believe

>> No.19073200

The problem is the reach he has and the amount of people who listen to him.
When everyone is following the same page you aren't going to be finding any screaming deals, proper independent analysis will do that for you.

>> No.19073202

Futures are down...

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hahahah dis nigga created his own index with BYND n shiet

>> No.19073229

Dust yourself off,
Start again tomorrow.

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I like it how spx hovers in one place undecided how bad things really are, or not while NASDAQ is the based index here smiling at dow that only holds his shit together by seeing what is happening to Russel. At the same time when degenerates shill silver that is up yoy less than orange juice futures. Buy UV stocks while you can anons.

>> No.19073244

No, I'm long-term holding all of my positions.

>> No.19073252

If I had to be a bit critical of Cramer over the past week, I think he's way too convinced that people are going to be afraid to go outside for the next decade.

I understand buying companies that will be fine in lockdown, and I agree with his points that strong stocks aren't valued highly enough over weak stocks because of index mechanics (people are buying and selling indices, so "good" stocks are dragged down sometimes and "bad" stocks get dragged upwards). And of course he's not the only person saying that stuff. But there's a lot more going on here, he ends up oversimplifying and viewing things in black and white too much, not looking for hidden opportunities.

he had a 10 minute rant about how much he loves BYND at the end of last week sometime

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>> No.19073262

I don't think any analyst is worth listening to for recommendations. The only person to trust is yourself.
Cramer is interesting more as the zeitgeist for the average investor. He wanted Bear Stearns to survive because so many bad mortgages were tied up in their balance sheet. He got hoodwinked like most of the general public that had gotten overlying trusting and complacent with the banking system.
But then we bailed them out, LOL

>> No.19073270

Nobody wants BYND. Go in any store and see.

>> No.19073278

wtf is a UV stock?

>> No.19073282

>let's move everyone to Arkansas because the rent is cheap over there

>> No.19073286

Jerome betrayed us. We were supposed to be in this together.

>> No.19073300

most stocks have a long way to run before they run out steam. look at most blue chips they are only 20-40 p/e valuations. It has been proven that this market will support stock valuations up to 2000 price/earnings.

>> No.19073312

I am legit worried about the exodus from the cities.

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That’s fine.

I mean he could have said “make a run on the banks because you can’t trust FDIC” but everyone who banked with stearns got their money. Unlike the people who invested in Lehman’s...

But when he went on and freaked out and told people to sell stocks if they needed money because The Bernank was fucking it up... well he was absolutely right and everyone who listened to him avoided destitution.

That’s much more important to me than giving bad advice on one stock, even if that stock went to zero. And the question was if their deposits are safe with stearns, and they were.

>> No.19073325

Are my 6/5 CRM calls fucked or nah

>> No.19073326

That's funny. If I had to say something about Cramer it's that he's a jew that gets paid millions of dollars to bullshit on television. Beats the hell out of what I do which is just wallow in debt and depression.

>> No.19073332

yes, when your position go up over initial investment you might want to offload a few shares.
Take money and run.

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>> No.19073358

kek, that might not be a bad idea
The Walton family is investing lots of money and getting involved with the government
maybe don't move there, it would be a long hodl

>> No.19073359

It already happened back in the 70s, it's just part of the cycle of
People hate the suburbs and move to the city for better jobs -> their kids grow up there and hate it, want to move to the suburbs -> Kids move to the suburbs, have their own kids, repeat

>> No.19073365

Hahaha I'm gonna start watching him.

I still haven't tried it. Every time I want to order groceries I see it on sale but then I'm like naaaah not today

>> No.19073374

Eww no.
Those people are there ONLY for entertainment. Josh is all about increasing his exposure. Just says common sense shit you already know, and then grandstands against the industry he’s a part of.

Melissa is just there to play the straight man against adami’s bullshit. I hate those shows, that’s all filler.

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>not being long on AMD

>> No.19073388

I don't want blue state assholes to come to my state. Stay in your cities please

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>market closes
>futures start pumping
fucking bastards

>> No.19073400

exactly. do people really think the US financial elite are just going to let the society that props them up completely collapse? the US government will always find a way to protect them

>> No.19073401

>listening to goys bullshit about the market
No thank you, I’ll take someone who’s experienced and well connected and well established.

>> No.19073402

Rtx has no volume and bad earnings, you'll be bagholding rtx for a while.

>> No.19073411

One point that has never been mentioned so far despite the fact problems in this direction are only mounting is that college kids aren't able to do in-person classes. Some schools are closed even in the fall. This will mean they'll either have to dropout or take even greater debt than ever before in history, along with issues getting grant money. Moreover some schools are on the brink of bankruptcy. This will have decades-lasting impact on the entire economy as either companies will have to finally lax on their toilet paper requirements or face severe labor shortages. I'm mostly thinking out loud about the possible implications at this point but I really don't think this has been priced in.

>> No.19073412

I went around and told people I made money on the stock market, people were proud of me and now I'm a fucking loser.

>> No.19073413

Not that guy, but I think he is referencing stock from UV light companies??

Or maybe utility vault companies???


>> No.19073416

oy vey I have some seafront property in arizona to sell you

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>tfw lost money on shorts today

>> No.19073430

when even the president doesn't understand how market works no wonder we have retards here that think money transferring instead of literally vanishing is a bad thing

>> No.19073434

we are literally at the after hours close.

>> No.19073445

Every time he says anything about the market it falls

>> No.19073449

But anon, it IS nothing to worry about. This supports the theory that whatever Cramer says, the opposite is true.

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>positions' P/E are N/A
>don't have to worry about P/E now

>> No.19073453

I'm looking at end of the year and summer next year as earliest where I'd take ANY money out.

>> No.19073455

Fair points.
But he’s been right about Tesla and beyond, and those stocks are fueled by the haters.

It’s also pretty obvious that those are shit he peddles to try and get on his daughter’s good side. That’s a big part of why he gives all that ESG shit any airtime.

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what do you guys think of TLT calls rn?

>> No.19073465

don't talk to people about stocks

>> No.19073467

Nothing like waking up to a 3% loss

>> No.19073468

>I've been pro-nuke forever!
Jim "Two weren't enough" Cramer

>> No.19073473

yep, it's like what I learned when they first taught me about division, you can't divide by 0.

>> No.19073477

>But anon, it IS nothing to worry about.
This is no longer relevant to any market discussion. The overleveraged debt and tanked Q2-Q4 earnings are.
You can talk about "LE NOTHING BURGER" or "LE END OF DAYS" stances on Covid-19 in /pol/
Market don't fucking care anymore.

>> No.19073478

this market will also support p/e valuations of up to -2000 so you made a good call.

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I take back everything bad I just said about Cramer
nuclear power is based

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>oy vey I have some seafront property in arizona to sell you
Jokes on you. It will be seafront property after California falls in to the pacific after the The Big One earthshake.

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I did worse. I told people I lost money in the market and now they know how big of a loser I am.

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What should l buy tomorrow morning?

>> No.19073496

i dunno... the whole negative interest rates meme kinda has me thinking there's some serious cash to be made with something like that. I mean shit buffet is holding fuck you money in t-bills.

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I'm surprised how little both downside plays of the meat shortage and the meat shortage in general is being talked about. Chicken may not see the same level of supply destruction that cattle and pork are seeing, but doubling of price on cow and pig carcasses is nothing to fuck with, and I only see people talking vaguely about how BYND will tangentially benefit from this, which I personally doubt since many non-vegans, especially those I know, would rather eat dairy and beans before veggie burgers. Sure, it's anecdotal, but I just don't see how the two sectors are chasing the same demand. There is likely some overlap, but I doubt its significant. and I'm much more interested in WEN and TSN and how they will handle this rather than how some overvalued vegan food processor will try to convert priced-out meat consumers to their brand, however temporary that may be should meat prices normalize.

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I wouldn't be to sure about that.

You're gonna be holding cinder blocks on the way down to the ocean floor.

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that is the joke, yes

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What uv light companies?
No retard it was DEFINITELY something to worry about during the blow-off top and up until the fed did the things.

If you listened to cramer you kept cash so you didn’t get raped by the crash, and you bought the bottoms in a lot of shit like PepsiCo and Clorox and costco.

There’s a lot of reasons to hate on the guy, but it’s not the shit you redd!tors talk about.

>> No.19073525

How do I invest in this?

>> No.19073530

I can top that. You aready know, and I broke my sobriety again. and i'm fucking.... hold on.

>> No.19073533

The issue isn't supply, the issue is processing.

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>> No.19073542

You retards have been hating for two years and are constantly proven wrong. Eh, more money for me.

>> No.19073545

my freezer is full of meats

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Pic related

>> No.19073571

If you even touch AMD with any FA, the stock price screams that its at least $10 too high.
You could try to take an ultimate bull approach about 10 years from now, but that premium is apparently only tolerated on Tesla.
I had dietary problems for a few years and went to black bean and other veggie burgers. They are surprisingly okay and much cheaper (and much more plentiful) than BYND. Vegetarians I have talked to prefer the veggie burgers, the beyond meat burger had the right consistency but less taste than the veggie.
I just don't see it. I think because it could and is being sold to fast food?
I have a feeling it is being looked at like a tech stock, and then all fundamentals go out the windows for those.

>> No.19073572

I invested in AMD before the crash.
Best of luck to you.

>> No.19073585

I remember your post researched your statement sold Friday night and bought back today.

I want to thank you for my gains.

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This is very obviously Futures guy who is an actual fucking genius. His plays will win us money, we will make it bro.

>> No.19073600

BYND can't scale to take advantage, their sales are tiny anyway, and there are numerous other options

I really don't get this meme stock - it's kind of been lumped in with the 'tech' stocks for some reason to hype it more as opposed to the boring stocks like TSN where it belongs

>> No.19073602

Sooooo, it's a supply issue with extra steps? You're being pedantic.

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Baggie who keeps letting you have money? You gotta teach me your ways. Is it disability checks?

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>> No.19073617

No shit. Last week was literally 6/6 green days. A correction was inevitable, Nostradamus.

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Stay mad losers.

>> No.19073628

I dunno, my employees do most of the work and then they let me tell them how much money they get.

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today was a really bad day, are we looking at dead cat?

>> No.19073649

It's over-hyped, Gardein is better and it has been around much longer, Morning Star has some shit that's okay as well. If anything were to be called special it's Impossible, but for bolognese shit who the fuck cares?

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>> No.19073663

give me one reason not to go long on SPHD

>> No.19073673

Because SOXL will give you way better returns.

>> No.19073677

fug, meant SYPD

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just got back from wendy's, got a chicken sandwich and 10 spicy nug for 5 dollars. not a bad deal, i wonder if they're doing this promo to push chicken because of the mumu shortage

>> No.19073703

Babcock & Wilcox (BW)
BWX Technolgies (BWXT) and Flour (FLR) work with NuScale
terrestrial energy and Moltex Energy are smaller guys who have not had an IPO yet, but are worth keeping an eye on
this industry is extremely young and there are bound to be bankruptcies and mergers

>> No.19073727

Direct stream for cnbc can be extracted, yielding
which can be read by most players, including vlc or mpv.

>> No.19073730

Yeah but supply and demand for stock is important. How many publicly traded vegetarian stocks are on the market?

>> No.19073738

I am a fan of nuclear but it suffers even more regulatory red tape than even cannabis or most biotech companies.

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Any natural gas holders here? What happened to us today, OKE lost like three bucks almost today are we going back to low 20s?

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Preaching to the choir.
But hey man, you asked.

>> No.19073761

Looking at markets it really makes me wonder - are smallcaps as a whole actually undervalued at this point? I've screened shitloads of smallcaps with great financial/balance sheets that have stocks that just go down and down. Is the problem that smallcaps don't cater enough to shareholders?

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stocks that have fundamentals but the broker can't argue this one with his client that the market will soon recover and that is why he isn't buying gold also because the client is an idiot boomer who has a guy who manages his money and don't want to look stupid with his buddies over golfing, you can both invest in this dip or day trade the swings
there was a net loss of 20 thousand people just in Iowa, no worries they are moving to suburbs that look like their precious homes, not the countryside
implying well connected and educated in markets don't go on biz to gather the market momentum, biz is a pretty good place to get a scope of what the people think about the market since Twitter is literally full of retards and reddit is just people asking where to invest $30 to pay for their mortgage

>> No.19073774

Where did all the cocky retarded priced in bulls go bobros?

>> No.19073787

Is this a tranny on CNBC? I think so

>> No.19073803

Small caps are suspected to be where most of the zombie companies are that have been kept afloat by easy monetary policy since the GFC. Also heavily exposed to cyclicals and healthcare while relatively underexposed to tech.

>> No.19073804

I am a different anon.
"Vegetarians that want the meat taste, consistency, and blood of what they left behind" is a niche market. Most vegetarians don't care for it for taste or nutrition. Most meat eaters buy it just to try.
It's massively overvalued and that was true even more the flight to tech.

>> No.19073812

>he thinks we will be in the red again tomorrow

3 red days in a row? don't think so, the futures are already green and I'm betting we get a nice jump tomorrow.

>> No.19073814

Got a jaw like Brad Pitt

>> No.19073820

small caps won't survive a trade war when compared to 500 and they were priced accordingly long before covid

>> No.19073824

Thats actually pretty goddamn baste

>> No.19073834

this just in: fuck anime

>> No.19073843

Thank You so much Sir,
This is the list I just started compiling.
In for 50 Shares of $BW


>> No.19073851

Self feeding cycle. Index fund ETFs don't want to track them because the gains are in large cap indices... because of other index fund ETFs.
The market is so top heavy its ridiculous. The only way to break out of the loop is if financials mattered again.

>> No.19073852

The economy is in trouble. Mom and pop just got put out of business but your wal Mart and McD kept the cash flowing. Sure you can print off money to fight the hyperdeflation, but then comes the hyperinflation. Billybob can’t keep spending 9 bucks for a number 2 so he looks for a job but can’t find one cause mom and pop are dead so he robs your fucking house and fucks your girlfriend.

>> No.19073859
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>the absolute state of CNBC

>> No.19073860

Always do the opposite of /biz/

>> No.19073869

dude.. so many fucking girls watch anime now.. it's unreal.. go on tinder and like more than 50% of them watch anime.. brought a chick over for netflix and chill... and she put some anime on....

but i agree... Fuck anime

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Possible partial retrace of today's red but the daily does not look good. There was a significant amount of sell side volume today.

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Fucking hippies.

>> No.19073886

if premiums are cheap and you expect big moves why not just buy a long straddle 2% otm in each direction?

>> No.19073888

Again, I said supply of stock, not the actual product. There aren’t a lot of competitors for investment dollars that want to long vegetarianism/“alternative protein sources”

>Where did all the cocky retarded priced in bulls go bobros?
That was always seething bears
>well gosh the market didn’t tank after employment numbers were released, one week after the market crashed through circuit breakers again!!!
>I guess it must be priced in!
>lolololol clown market ecks dee

>> No.19073890

>he essentially thinks we're gliding into a new borderline cold war.
we've been in a cold war with china for months now

>> No.19073891

he looks like his real first name is Gordon

>> No.19073892

Dipped a little too hard in to the mkultra medicine cabinet there.

>> No.19073893

I see. I am a retard sometimes.

Like I said, this is an emerging industry and there is nothing but an uphill battle to get past regulatory tape and public opinion.
That being said, the technology is incredible and they have made huge strides when it comes to safety.

>> No.19073895

i know, fuck those stupid bitches too

>> No.19073901
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OoOoOoOoOoOo green line go up

>> No.19073902

"Green" Yesterday the futures were crabbing from -1% to +1% and nothing's changed tonight. Permabulls and permabears should consider going outside

>> No.19073904

You're failing to consider the white girl market, and the tow-in that they can cause. Soccer moms dragging their domesticated boyfriends (and families) in line with their new mealtime plans built to satisfy their instinctual need for novelties. Just like gluten free shit, just like dairy free shit, just like vegetarian and vegan shit. Plus it's fuckin' hip.

Morningstar is Kellogg's, and Gardein is Conagra. Both are major staples companies, and both service WMT/KR. Sweet Earth is another option, owned by Nestle. Daiya isn't necessarily the best option since they're offering cheese alternatives, but they're fairly widely available with more consumer offerings available, ostensibly as a product of heightened production capacity. Everything else is privately owned.

>> No.19073931

That’s what I was talking about, and somehow that’s a flattering picture of “her”. Do you have a cap of “her” webcam stream? Looks like a fuckin linebacker

>> No.19073937

We've been using nuclear in subs and carriers for decades.
Some of the safest shit ever.
Great bang for your buck on power.
Always been a fan of nuclear.

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yeah.. what coincidence dumb bitches like dumb things... goes hand in hand

>> No.19073951

What’s the rush when oil and nat gas are dirt cheap, and the nuclear tech keeps getting better every year?

I’m glad for the red tape. I love high tech solutions and nuclear is bad ass, but I look at Boeing and then I look at deepwater horizon and I look at the GFC and I think that deregulation of nuclear power is not the best.

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I feel your pain bro I fucked up getting 1.7k of RTX at 60 bucks. FML when it china gonna start some shit.

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don't try to get me to like you

>> No.19073973
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They use light water reactors on carriers and subs.
Molten salt reactors are a different technology and actually even safer.
Light water reactors are a terrible idea on land tbqh, they require a constant intake of water, using them on the ocean made more sense. MSR reactors could run in the middle if a desert, far, far away from water sources, they are basically a coolant loop.

>> No.19073981

Also watch the video,

The Operators did not follow the Babcock & Wilcox Manual because they where so use to Navy procedures. RTFM and data link took to long to alert them.

>> No.19073985

The AMD crab is forever. Options tards BTFO.

>> No.19074002

Gook horror. This is Baggie's wife, isn't it? Glad she was able to nab a sucker instead of doing sucky suck five dorra in her Laotian village.

>> No.19074008
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How do I make it and get a gf thats like Dorothy?
I have 1.5k in cash 1.2k in OKE and 1.7 in RTX(gonna be holding for a while I assume).

>> No.19074016

that's my god damn gf

>> No.19074027

Seems like a correction is inevitable. What's the point in investing in things like Microsoft, if you only gain 1, 2% in a month?

I'm just waiting for the next BIG event. My guess is

1) Donald Trump gets infected (Likely because he doesn't wear PPE and the Wuhan virus is extremely contagious)

2) Wuhan Virus mutates, becomes much more deadlier in the fall

3) We find a Vaccine or treatment (Which case, ALL of my cash into Big Dick Stocks)

Best to have cash on hand at this point.

>> No.19074028

SPYD, high dividend ETF. Probably the best thing you can own if you have a million plus that can be put into the market.

>> No.19074043

>"Vegetarians that want the meat taste, consistency, and blood of what they left behind" is a niche market. Most vegetarians don't care for it for taste or nutrition. Most meat eaters buy it just to try.

I'd argue that you're wrong. I don't know if you've tried vegetarianism, or know any vegetarians, but there's a lot of ingrained expectations when it comes to food, and all but the most masochistic vegetarians still enjoy the "meat experience" and from a reductionist point of view it makes sense: years of cultural reinforcement that say "this spaghetti needs meat texture." That and you're biologically attuned to experience pleasure when you eat combinations of macronutrients. People that say otherwise are miswired or lying; or likely have an ethical bent - virtue signalling.

>> No.19074060

Because 2% a month is 26.8% a year? Which is a very respectable gain? Do you not realize how compounding works?

>> No.19074062

Can you explain this to me like I'm retarded?

>> No.19074066

no you still need to dump waste heat with any reactor type
it's an outcome of using heat to make electricity. the type of reactor core that you use to make the heat doesn't change that. Whether you use carnot or brayton cycle, you still have to dump a lot of excess heat

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I got fucked today /biz/... and not in a good way

>> No.19074092

SPHD for that monthly drip too

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I get that, and they are improving quite a lot. No one wants radiation poisoning. But honestly the west has very good nuclear power standards. The biggest obstacle with nuclear power isn't safety, it's that it is flat out not economically viable. Typically to build a reactor it takes a huge sum of money upfront and even after that they still cost more to run than coal or natgas.
Some countries use nuclear power bro. France makes the majority of their electricity with nuclear reactors and you never even hear about it (which is a good thing in this sort of industry).
That upfront cost bit is a large part of the reason smaller modular reactors that could be assembled and then shipped somewhere are being considered.

>> No.19074095

>why yes, I did stab myself through the heart TWICE, how can you tell?

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I got fucked today /biz/... and not in a good way

>> No.19074099

Yuck. Did you find her in a dumpster behind a plastic surgeon’s office? She looks like she’s made out of all the ugly parts that people get replaced.

>> No.19074114

You can get even better deals though.
If you often enough find that workers are NOT decent people, maybe your vocal skills are missing some charm over the microphone. Try the face-to-face approach instead. Use your charisma in person. Go inside.
Greet them before you start ordering. Oh hi, there. Oh, wow, it smells so delicious. I've waited 14 hours to eat, etc, just got out of the hospital. How are you? Just something decent and polite as greeting, then give your order. Throw in a question/request. Would it be okay if I get 2 more of those biscuits? Are they as fresh and delicious as I remember? Smile. See if they don't just say, oh chile, I'm gonna ask you to wait a couple mins, cause we got some in the oven right now. Is it true you have real honey if I ask? That would be great on a biscuit. Be really nice. Manager moseys over, say hi to them too, and tell them how nice the person was helping you order, etc. How do I spell your name on my yelp review cause I've never had such a polite experience here? Make their day, dude. Extra thanks. Play it by ear, ask for the hookup on the hot sauce x5. Ask if there is a tip jar, ROFL of course they do not have one, but ask.

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>> No.19074141

What the fuck? Is this pasta?

>> No.19074172

How the fuck did you lose money on a red day?

>> No.19074206

I've gotten deals so retarded using this approach... it's like the employees don't even give a fuck and just that you're making shit fun and awesome for their shift, it's like fucking incredible some of the shit that they've given me.

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Waiting for the IPO.

>> No.19074249

If you straddle at 2% for either direction, you need double the moment to break even, and if it doesn't move enough then you lose it all for nothing and have no opportunity for recovery. The idea of this strategy is to be low risk and virtually guarantee gains regardless of the direction.

When it comes to options, this is as simple as it gets. Theres a lot of math with it that can be difficult to understand.
You buy stocks and sell calls.
>Buy 200 shares of FL at $23.50 for a total of $4700
>Sell weekly calls at $24 for about $1.50 each, net credit of $300.
>Possible results:
>Week ends at $26 (+10.6%) = $5100 ($24*200 + $300 from calls) (+8.5%) : Delta: -2.1%
>Week ends at $25 (+6.4%) = $5100 ($24*200 + $300 from calls) (+8.5%) : Delta: +2.1%
>Week ends at $24 (+2.1%) = $5100 ($24*200 + $300 from calls) (+8.5%) : Delta: +6.4%
>Week ends at $23 (-2.1%) = $4900 ($23*200 + $300 from calls) (+4.2%) : Delta: +6.4%
>Week ends at $22 (-6.4%) = $4700 ($22*200 + $300 from calls) (+0%) : Delta: +6.4%

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They bleed the heat through multiple runs of molten salt coolants.

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I got fucked today /biz/... and not in a good way

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So this is the true power of schizophrenia, woah.

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All my Gains from last week are gone because of fucking California. Fuck those niggers and trannies fuck the mexicans and fuck Jannies and shit skins and mostly fuck the jews.

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I think we can all agree that california a shit.

>> No.19074337

the fact that they run hotter means that their waste heat is a little hotter, but it's still a lot of waste heat that can't just go nowhere in the middle of a desert, like you implied in a previous post

I'm all for all kinds of nuclear power generation, but it isn't correct to say that MSRs or any gen IV reactors have some kind of magical "no waste heat" property

>> No.19074339

that image.... i'm glad im no grammour not see.

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>> No.19074402

Yeah that's pretty much how the Americans I met write. How the fuck can Americans be terrible at THEIR NATIVE LANGUAGE?

>> No.19074417

>I suck at this game
>I chose to play this game
>it’s someone else’s fault that I lost

>> No.19074442

hey, look at a fucking map. do you see how far england is from USA? We did the genocide to most of our natives generations ago.

>> No.19074446

I never said "no waste heat"
and they get buried in the ground sandwiched between heat exchangers and concrete to help negate the effect

>> No.19074454

yeah it is totally true, mr ESL, all americans write exactly like that and that screen is totally real. what are you, 13?

>> No.19074467

homophones are a bitch

>> No.19074468

>Rtx has no volume and bad earnings
RTX has no volume but not bad earnings, what the fuck are you talking about.

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>> No.19074509

I bought 100 at 51 in my Roth and I literally don’t give a shit if it goes to $15 because I know it will me a bloated $300 piece of shit like BA by the time I go to cash out.

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>> No.19074718

They are down on earnings from the same quarter last year, could still be under valued.

>> No.19075299

>Most vegetarians don't care for it for taste or nutrition.

If vegetarians don't care about taste, then they should be happy eating gruel everyday.