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>> No.21877175

poop

>> No.21877179
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>>21877088
There's like half a dozen /smg/sfg/ crossposters and that's kinda fun

haha nose cone machine go brrrrr

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xth for i hope my line goes up

>> No.21877192
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>August 25, 2020 04:31 PM ET (BZ Newswire) -- Options
>Shares of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) saw some unusual options activity on Tuesday. Following the unusual option alert, the stock price moved up to $85.27.
>Sentiment: BULLISH
>Option Type: TRADE
>Trade Type: CALL
>Expiration Date: 2020-08-28
>Strike Price: $88.00
>Volume: 7354
>Open Interest: 1974

is there any way i can get alerted on this shit right away so i can buy the stock and get a quick scalp in??

>> No.21877197

Going to test the waters. 1 TQQQ 170c 9/11 Will report back.

>> No.21877209

Are MBAs a scam? I'm considering going back to school for one

>> No.21877211
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Thoughts on xpeng? chinese tesla rip off going public soon

might be good buy

>> No.21877218

>>21877192
what does the volume number mean here in this context? That this person bought 7354 of the same call?

>> No.21877220

>>21877148
Hi guys

>> No.21877223

SHIP is where it's at for ER next week, it's heavily undervalued. International shipping rates are on the rise.

>> No.21877235

>>21877220
Word up

>> No.21877243 [DELETED] 

I need help bruhs I broke up with my GF and kicked her out of my house, but then she was sleeping in her car so I took her back in for awhile till she finds a job/place to live and now she's acting like we never broke up...

Is it fucked up for me to kick her out again? idk what to do

>> No.21877263

>>21877218
yes

>> No.21877276

>>21877063
I sold off my single REIT (at a profit) a week or so ago. It's not even worth it. There is no point in owning anything outside of tech. The end.

>> No.21877277

I got NAK'D AND KTOV'D

FML DOUBLE NIGGERSSSSSS

>> No.21877279

>>21877243
kick her out again
is she fat ?
does she have any stocks ?

>> No.21877280

>>21877220
hi fren

>> No.21877289

>>21877243
>and now she's acting like we never broke up...
lol whats up with damaged women and trying to pull this little trick?
I just ghost when that happens, she was told

>> No.21877299

>>21877243
Why were you dating a homeless girl in the first place?

>> No.21877303
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Imagine not being in the top 5% for your age group

>> No.21877307

>>21877243
The longer you drag it out the harder and more painful

>> No.21877312
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>TQQQ breaking 150 tomorrow

>> No.21877319

>>21877276
Word. I went 10% REIT in wife's 403b because thought it was undervalued and it's down like 4% since June.

>> No.21877351

>>21877235
>>21877280
Wish you many greens tomorrow. I didnt get mine today but I've had a very smooth month so far so I cant complain a bit

>> No.21877353

>>21877303
Imagine turning 35 and dropping down to the 85th percentile instantly

>> No.21877372
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AAPL to $470 by Friday?

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>>21877372
yep

even tim is selling it off

RIP

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>>21877303
>be 65+
>have 100$ bill
>zoomer walks up to me and shows me his -21k$ margin call on robinhood

tfw im lower social bracket than him

>> No.21877438

>>21877399
secretly bullish.

>> No.21877445

>>21877351
i wish you good fortune too, fren

>> No.21877464
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>closed the day up 0.6%
>closed after-hours up 0.9%

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>>21877407
Kek

>> No.21877482

what are the best chinese stocks to buy right now?

>> No.21877487

>>21877353
Sucks desu. Just turned 34 with only 400k but starting a 200k job in a couple of months so I think I'll make it.

>> No.21877489

ok bros.
i've got 400k. i'm tired of it just being passive. i need to 3x this by end of year.
this is possible, right. just need to find two good stocks that 100% over the period of one or two months.

>> No.21877496

>>21877303
oh no when I age another year I drop 10% unless I gain bigly :^(
And good God my girlfriend is bad at finances shes bottom 10

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>>21877243
A woman does not sleep in her car just because she has no other place to stay bro. Think about it. All her friends, her parents, grandparents, siblings, etc.. Then you have her orbiters. She doesn't even need to have been cheating and have a backup bf or fuckbuddy. Just her placeholder bfs, emotional bfs, and just-friends bfs would be more than happy for a chance to let their beta provider skills shine.
Yet she somehow winds up sleeping in her car and you just happened to find out about that little fact. She's probably and quite suddenly a lot hornier now, has developed a taste for your cum, and is curious about trying anal because a 'friend said its not that bad and actually kind of feels good'. Men are weak, I've been there. Be nice but a little aloof. Say the sex is just rent and you don't mind if it takes a while before she finds a place. Tell her she's still special but you need to process and sort the emotions out because you did break up with her. This line should let you milk it a bit longer while also making it clear that she can put out or is put out. She will keep trying because to her that sounds like she still has a chance at getting you back and that sex is the key to winning your heart.

>> No.21877506

>>21877243
Get a lawyer. Depending where you live you may now have two obligations to her. One is that she now has tenancy because she's been living there for a while. The other is defacto relationship status and she may be entitled to a share of your assets.

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>>21877399
I sold AAPL $470 puts

>> No.21877513

i dont like how /smg/ has started parroting TQQQ very often over the last week.
Don't fucking bog me down you losers

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>>21877482
BABA

>> No.21877528

Apparently Unity is doing an IPO
https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/08/25/video-game-engine-maker-unity-technologies-files-f/
>fool
yeah I know whatever

>> No.21877529
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>Girls at work called me an incel again

>> No.21877531

>>21877299
We were dating for 3 years, she's lived with me for the past 2, she got laid off due to covid(she was a cashier at CVS) and hasn't found work since...

>>21877289
it's not that simple she's living in my house, I'd have to kick her out again which is hard for me to do

>> No.21877541

>>21877513
tqqq tracks nasdaq/spy you fucking shitbrained donkey

>> No.21877556

>>21877489
Are you okay losing any of that money?

>> No.21877557

>>21877529
complain to HR like a baby

>> No.21877564

>>21877529

fucking incel lmao

>> No.21877568

>>21877487
thats such a retardedly blatent attempt at humble bragging it doesn't even deserve a response

>> No.21877591

>>21877556
just need to find the next retarded piece of shit stock that goes up for no reason, like wayfair, overstock, zoom etc

>> No.21877593

>>21877524
I already have half my portfolio in BABA. Shit should double by the end of the year. $1500 by eoy 2021

>> No.21877594

>>21877529
Have sex

>> No.21877626

>>21877529
you probably carry yourself like an incel

>> No.21877634

>>21877487
Yeah I think you're going to be just fine bro.

>>21877501
>those hands

>>21877529
Have sex

>> No.21877639

>>21877541
FUCK YOU, DONT FUCKING JINX ME

>> No.21877643

>>21877591
thiose didnt go up for no reason anon

>> No.21877654

I'm watching the BLM protests (probably riots an hour from now lmao) and there's a black guy saying they should block construction projects and road works in black neighborhoods

I guess whitey is keeping them down by fixing potholes

>> No.21877655

>>21877529
How? You literally have to actively go out of your way to TRY to get called an incel.

>> No.21877656

>>21877593
Buy more BABA. And when you get paid again, buy even more BABA. The only time your portfolio shouldn’t be 100% BABA is the 1-3 minutes it takes to place a market order for BABA after depositing your entire paycheck in order to buy BABA

>> No.21877659

>>21877541
you mean qqq anon

>> No.21877670

>>21877643
i just need to find the next one ok shut the fuck up
>>21877639
fucking being afraid of tqqq crashing is literally the same as being afraid of the market crashing don't isolate it you FUCKING DINGUS

>> No.21877672

>>21877464
is the after hours market just jewery manipulation?

>> No.21877699

>>21877263
big money, thanks

>> No.21877701

are in the money call spreads on tesla easy money right now?

>> No.21877714

>>21877656
why buy BABA over AAPL
or AMZN

>> No.21877726

>>21877303
Need to make 350k in Four years. Fuck

>> No.21877727
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>>21877672
Regular session trading is jewery manipulation

>> No.21877733

>>21877243
Well don't get her pregnant. Then your really fucked. Other than than that kick the bitch out if you want.

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>>21877529

>> No.21877775
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i pumped 7k into 7 different airlines 2 weeks ago, 1k in each

barron, if you're reading this, please lift the travel bans. we all know you're the one in control

>> No.21877782

>>21877179
Not him but I was the original /sfg/ TSLA shill and none of you fuckers took my advice.

>> No.21877794

>>21877654
I always wonder where niggers are going to go as more and more get pushed out of their ghettos by gentrification. Because I want to make sure I don't live there.

>> No.21877797

>>21877209
If it’s a top 20 / name brand school it’s definitely worth it. Though you already need your foot in the door of an industry and some connections to milk it.

>> No.21877821

>>21877243
really balls in your court. sounds like you slapped a bitch and she got the point. if you like her try it out again, if you don't then why the fuck did you let her back in?
>ffs do not risk a pregnancy drama now.

>> No.21877830

>>21877794
the suburb, and white flight to mars will be a thing

the goal price for a Mars ticket is $300,000

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>>21877714
>buying AAPL
>buying the top of a massive bubble
Buying BABA right now is like buying AMZN 10 years ago. Why would you want to miss out?

>> No.21877857

>>21877794
>"You're racist for living in gated communities!"
>ok
>moves
>"W-wait, hold up, don't come around to our neighborhoods... this is racist."
>ok
>moves
>"Heh, white flight."

>> No.21877908

Is TQQQ gonna split soon?

>> No.21877915

>>21877353
I'm 31, (only 80th percentile at the moment) and it looks like the 35th year is the biggest drop in percentile relative to the previous. Gonna be tough

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>>21877303
>tfw it took me 3 years of being a complete miser just to get to the top 65%

why even try

>> No.21877938

Of course all the calls I pumped cash into today are just kinda hanging out and the one cheap NIO 15$ call I got is surging. Should have just put my whole fucking account into that BS

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>>21877857

>> No.21877951

>>21877148
redpill me on salesforce

>> No.21877954

>>21877775
why the fuck are you going into airliners when tech has been free money for the last 5 months and will keep being free money for at least 2 more months

you are at least 6 months too early to be speculating in airliners. You'll be lucky if it keeps going sideways instead of dipping with its massive cashburn.

>> No.21877964
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Here's another chart

>>21877496
Wife and I are both in the 95th percentile. Feels good man.

>> No.21877980
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>>21877938
Yes.

>> No.21877995

>>21877303
>31
made it... barely.

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>>21877954
i still have 25k in savings

>> No.21878002

>>21877964
>these average and medians
The Fed has done far more to destroy the middle class than anything else could ever dream of.

>> No.21878022

>>21877964
TIL me and my friends and family and everyone I know are broke as fuck

>> No.21878044

>>21877964
>average
>median
holy shit

>> No.21878057

>>21877999
BRO....

>> No.21878062

>>21878022
The average net worth is skewed heavily by big money kikerinos. Median is far more indicative of what a normal citizen's net worth is.

>> No.21878066

>>21877529
>working with women

>> No.21878077

>>21878066
>Working

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>>21878066
>sneed

>> No.21878120

>>21877999
you're not the only person with growing FOMO, plenty of idiots still trying to buy into airliners and retail, like they will probably crab upwards (just sold my shitty REIT for +10% gain not including dividends) but what's the fucking point when ETFs outperform them

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>>21877954
>airlines cashburn

why do you think wagies pay taxes for?

>> No.21878165

>>21877918
>>21877915
It get's easier as you go bros. The longer you're alive the greater your opportunity of having a 'lucky break' gets, assuming you have the capital to seize the opportunity.

>>21877999
Go buy the dips?

>>21877964
The gap between median and average wealth really just goes to show how significant the wealth disparity is. Since extreme highs will skew the average far above the median

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>>21878165
>Go buy the dips?
i bought the airline dips

>> No.21878194

>>21877856
China is gonna get delisted on the NYSE if youre investing in a Chinese company in 2020 you're setting yourself to see a $0 balance one of these mornings

>> No.21878208

>>21877964
Well luckily for me i already make the median wealth for a 40 year old solo so in 12 years when we cusp that nightmare if im still with her it will be more than solved

>> No.21878209

>>21878186
That's not a dip anon, that's a pile of trash.

>> No.21878210

>>21878022
>>21878062
>>21877303

Jewish friend just had a family member die and recieved inheritance and he's got $480,000 now. He already wasn't paying his own rent. Meanwhile I'm 32 with about 10k net worth. Feels good man

>> No.21878211

>>21878186
Elon will introduce intercontinental rocket travel before airlines can recover

>> No.21878223
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How do I learn when to hold them, when to fold them, when to walk away, and when to run?

>> No.21878229

>>21878186
if you are investing in airlines you deserve to be poor

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>>21878211
yeah maybe. i make a steady paycheck and i'm still young, so i'm not too concerned if i lose 7k. i'll prolly put stop loss on it

>> No.21878243

>>21878194
Lol no it's not

>> No.21878250

>>21878062
Wouldn't you disregard your outliers tho fuck. Also what is taken to account for wealth? My home equity? Assets? Securities? Just cash? Any debt? Like this shit made me feel insecure delete that

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>>21878229
>if you are investing in airlines you deserve to be poor

>> No.21878278

>>21878210
>jewish
>friend

NGMI

>> No.21878284

>>21878243
https://fortune.com/2020/08/07/desist-chinese-companies-2020-ipo/

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>>21878186
He bought?

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>>21878256
POLOBRO?

>> No.21878310

>>21878165
>It get's easier as you go bros
Lol
>>21878128

>> No.21878312

>>21878288
yeah 7k

>> No.21878330

>>21878194
Not gonna happen. Worst case scenario you exchange your us listed shares for hk listed ones or the company buys them back.
In the short term it is depressing chink stocks so it's a good opportunity to buy them before it's clear it was just a bluff.

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Pic related is the average BABA investor when he checks his portfolio every morning and it’s +5%

>> No.21878349

>>21878162
different situation than banks. An airliner can go bankrupt without disrupting their operations, airliners used to go bankrupt regularly until consolidation after 9/11 and the recession made them consistently profitable.
outside of that, stock dilution is also happening already, e.g. air canada, so even if market cap goes back to pre-corona, stock price would be far from pre-corona levels.

don't forget that other countries are going back to lockdown. What's the point of lifting travel bans if the destinations themselves are still not fully reopened

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>>21877775

>> No.21878480

>>21878002
>literally free money in the stock market
>free money for houses
>>destroying middle class

Ok schlomo, enjoy the bagel.

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if I'm red tomorrow I'm going to kill myself

>> No.21878504

>>21877999
that's ok for an emergency fund

>> No.21878512

>>21877399
just sell and buy back in #fuggit

>> No.21878538

What’s the difference between long term gains and short term gains ? And are they taxed differently ?

>> No.21878543

>>21878480

braindead post

>> No.21878558

>>21878538
I wouldn't worry about it

>> No.21878563

>>21878480
>besmirching bagels
fuck you baguette lover

>> No.21878567

LORDSTOWN MOTORS IS BEING TALKED ABOUT AT THE RNC HOLY SHIT

>> No.21878577

>>21878538
Did you hodl for >1yr? Then you get taxed at the capital gains rate, which is lower.

>> No.21878599

LORDSTOWN ON THE RNC OHHHHHH BABY BASED PENCE PUMP ME UPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WKHSChads, tomorrow, we RIDE THE FUCK UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>> No.21878614

>>21878599
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

I FUCKING HATE TRUMP BUT I LOVE WHEN HE PUMPS MY BAGS

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>>21878567
>>21878599
horsechads we ballin outta control soon

>> No.21878649

>>21878599
What'd he say?

>> No.21878664

It's not really the amount of money that's important. It's the number of years you have after you "retire" to enjoy it all before you go to the pearly gates which is the important thing. Is working your ass off till your 65 that big a deal to you? Or would you rather walk out at say 50 and gain 15 years of life instead. Hell by the time you hit 65 you could be 1 triple baconator away from having the big one in your driveway... Then you'd get to watch from heaven as your heirs fought over your assets.

>> No.21878685

>>21878664
Dumb nigger, read Millionaire Next Door. Yes it's boomercore but he's right.

>> No.21878686

>>21878649
just some dude said trump is a dogooder it was him who made lordstown motors.

>> No.21878709

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1321655/000119312520230013/d904406ds1.htm

>page 134+

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FePHnxmupCw&t=218

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NIO chads wya?

>> No.21878758

>>21878717
my meme folio is mooning and i'm very happy

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>>21878709
what did Karp mean by this

>> No.21878813

Whats a good minimum amount to invest in the stock market?

>> No.21878830

>>21878813
1 dollar, keep buying

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What should we expect when J Powell speaks on Thursday, lads?

>> No.21878865

bros I need help I'm addicted to buying GME I feel like a crack addict

>> No.21878866

>>21878664
Idk anon I rather travel and live now too. I can't still move great and get hammered and stay up late and hike and go anywhere. I rather enjoy me now. And retire slightly more modest than see the world old man style. It's a toss up for sure

>> No.21878877

>>21878709
Oh fuck the palantir ipo has come.

>> No.21878891

>>21878813
there's no minimum

have a emergency fund on a savings account enough to cover 6-12 months of living expenses (i.e. "what if I go unemployed and can't find a job", "what if a get anal cancer"), invest everything else.

>> No.21878898
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>>21878798
love it
this is going to be majorly overpriced when it starts trading, isn't it?
>>21878709
dude wtf...

>> No.21878920

SPCE bagholder here, how fucked am I? Can my man Branson still pull it off or is this the beginning of the end?

>> No.21878926

>>21878813
how does 100% of your savings sound?

>> No.21878933

>>21878891
>have a emergency fund on a savings account enough to cover 6-12 months of living expenses (i.e. "what if I go unemployed and can't find a job", "what if a get anal cancer"), invest everything else.

With that being said, are health insurance savings accounts a meme?

>> No.21878940

>>21878798
He's talking about Google and China.
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/08/25/palantir-ceo-rips-silicon-valley-in-letter-to-investors.html
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/15/peter-thiel-reportedly-says-the-fbi-and-cia-should-investigate-google.html

>> No.21878944

>>21878813
How much time you got before you plan on retiring?. If your 20's, hell any ol amount, toss 1k in a fund (total market or S&P) and then keep adding each month. By the time your retirement day hits you'll have a big fat wad waiting for you. If your mid 30's then you gotta play catch up, dumping a large wad in during the march low would've done it for you easy, you'd been caught up with those who'd be in a bit longer. But the older you get the larger the seed wad needs to be.

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>>21878349
are you saying the delta stock papers from 1995 aren't going to appreciate in value?

now you have me worried I just ran the numbers and it doesnt look so good anon. Iused robinhood to make lots of money on airlines after that old boomer buffet dumped on them. Fuck you retard i make money

>>21878186
dont believe the fud airmarine, bankruptcy is bullish, hold out for the bailout

>> No.21878984

>>21878813
Everything not used to buy consumables or durables. Your broker is now your savings account, enjoy the ride motherfucker.

>> No.21879013

>>21878933
emergency fund should be money you can withdrawal at any moment for any reason. Other example, what if your car breaks, are you going to sell stocks on a low day to fix it? HSA is no good here.

>> No.21879035

Marqeta IPO WHEN?
Impossible Food IPO WHEN?
Convoy IPO WHEN?
So much IPO trash REEEEEEEEEEE

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>>21878933
I think it is because you need a high deductible plan to get it. Pic related from a job offer.
I'm not even going to take their insurance because staying with my wife's plan is cheaper at 90/m for both of us. Plus her plan has no copays and everything is free if you use the hospital system she works at. It's a top hospital so that's not even a con.

>> No.21879069
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Palantir is a shitcoin, I'm convinced this is Karp's exit strategy.

>> No.21879095

>>21878981
buffett had so much that he was bound to create the bottom when he decides to ditch. Retail faggots got baited and thought their quick deadcat bounce was anything more than a deadcat bounce.
meanwhile, buffett who hasn't really bothered with tech before is now styling on airliner idiots who thought they were "buying when everyone was fearful". Buffett's portfolio is like 44% AAPL or something by now.

>> No.21879107

>>21878877

https://www.forbes.com/sites/elanagross/2020/08/25/palantir-files-for-ipo-revealing-it-has-never-been-profitable/#3edd30e05b9c

>> No.21879138

>>21879069
Amazon wasn't profitable for a long ass time.

>> No.21879146

>>21878933
HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ARE AMAZING. Seriously look it look. You should ALWAYS prioritize maxing your HSA over your 401k.

HSA is triple tax deferred if used for medical expenses. No tax on payroll deduction, growth, OR withdrawal. That’s one of a kind.

No FICA. When you contribute from payroll to 401k you pay no income tax but still pay FICA. With HSA you avoid FICA.

Even if you don’t spend it on medical, you can withdraw HSA funds at retirement age and just pay income tax - same as 401k or IRA.

Oh and if you die there is some advantageous shit with inheriting an HSA that is better than other retirement funds.

If your company has shit investment choices or HSA fees you can open a free one at Fidelity and transfer the funds from your work HSA into it.

>> No.21879164

>>21878984
>Your broker is now your savings account, enjoy the ride motherfucker.

What investment firm you recommend I go with?

>> No.21879168

>>21878920
SPCE? You're still in that shit? Some of you really need to learn when the "pump" in "pump and dump" is over

>> No.21879175

>>21879069
>>21879107
Bullish as fuck in this market.

>> No.21879176

>>21879164
Schwab

>> No.21879177

>>21879146
Also you can use HSA to pay for medical expenses or even for shit like over the counter medicine or anything else vaguely related to health (Medicare premiums). However most experts recommend you pay your medical expenses out of pocket when young and let the HSA accumulate so you can maximize its size when you’re an old fart.

>> No.21879187

>>21879146
>HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ARE AMAZING. Seriously look it look. You should ALWAYS prioritize maxing your HSA over your 401k.

I got a lot of health problems, is a HSA right for me?

>> No.21879189

>>21879138
Palantir's been around since 03.

>> No.21879190

Fuck I want to trade right now bros

>> No.21879213

>>21879176
>Schwab

Thnx

>> No.21879217

>>21879164
Robinhood

>> No.21879240

>>21879138
amazon isnt profitable by choice

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>>21877303
Tfw top 20% but it's not good enough cause I was in the top 10% (about double from being in the top 20%) but didnt sell so alas I lost out bigly. It hurts guys. It's been months but it still hurts.

>> No.21879266

>>21879187
If you have health problems right now you might need a low deductible health insurance plan which will make you ineligible for an HSA. They’re better for people with decent current health.

>> No.21879278

peter schiff is on fucking fire right now; the dude is a legend

>> No.21879280

Kek I pay just $30 for my health coverage. My vision + dental is an extra $20. So 50 a month for it all. Just the bare bones single option cause hell I'm a healthy fucker. (Wife has her own ins plan via work).

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"Loss has been decreasing"

Yes because they're spending less on R&D and G&A. I don't trust this shit bros.

>> No.21879309

>>21879069
>bleeds money yoy
>around for 2 decades almost

Palantir is literally a NWO stock, the us government is literally going to keep pumping its coffers full of black budget cia drug money as long as palantir is effective.

>> No.21879326

>>21877303
If I'm somehow able to increase my net worth a bit and double my networth via stocks every 5 years to consistently be in the top 15% would that be good enough not to wagecuck ever again?

>> No.21879367

>>21877399
We likely gonna see cheapies?

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>>21879095
don't insult buffet like that, iphone is going to dump over the next year their revenue is shit. they've made more buying back their memestock in march than they have selling their overpriced luxury goods to people who received free money

>>21879069
>Peter Thiel’s data-mining company is using War on Terror tools to track American citizens.
>Asian Racial discrimination lawsuit (2016)
>ICE Partnership (since 2014)

Based as fuck dystopic demoncorp, probably a long but also a pump and dump

>> No.21879416

>>21877954
DAL is at a 5 year low due to chink virus. you're an idiot if you don't dump $1k into it. easy 50% return.

>> No.21879422

>>21879375

You’re a fag

>> No.21879436

Palantir will never make you rich. It’s a government contractor and also a service company. They’re basically software/intel consultants. For something similar look at Booz Allen Hamilton. Consulting firms are valued very low by the market and so are government contractors. It’s steady work and reliable but it will never print like a consumer company will.

>> No.21879441

>>21877303
37, sitting on 80k. I'm in the middle of 60 - 65% of people. Not bad. By 40 or sooner I'll crack 100k so go me.

>> No.21879458

>>21879416
>easy 50% return.
kek ok, i'll have my 200% return on tech while you wait 2 years for DAL to recover

fucking delusional

>> No.21879471

>>21879458
>he thinks tech isn't heavily inflated

>> No.21879474

Nigger

>> No.21879513

>>21878798
Nice. I like it.

>> No.21879515

>>21879436
I thought government contracting makes sick tendies.

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>>21879436
Decent comparison but not 100% the same

>> No.21879537

>>21879069
They're literally a spook sponsored not-for-profit

>> No.21879539

>>21878813
Enough that it will sting if you lose a large percentage of it. From there you can start learning properly with the psychology of trading involved.

>> No.21879550

Anyone "investing" in airlines has no clue why airlines were valued as they were in February. One of several tips: airlines took 10 years to stake out territory with little room to expand. Excess revenue was put into stock buybacks.
Guess what they don't have anymore and what isn't true anymore

>> No.21879566

>>21879441
I wonder if /smg/ skews older than the rest of 4chan. Or maybe the whole sure are just losers who stuck around from mid 2000s.

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>>21877531
You stupid fuck, I told you not to let her back in there. At this point you deserve whatever happens to you. Simp.

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>>21878834
I'm guessing he announces he is willing to allow inflation at greater rate than ordinary 2% target temporarily. The rest of it I'm not sure but assume still dovish.

>> No.21879598

>>21879566
I'm 43 with close to 400k so there's that

>> No.21879607

>>21879471
>he thinks it isn't
it kept growing *despite* corona, nasdaq may be scary to enter now but semiconductors are still great value
sorry you're too retarded to understand that. But go ahead and keep gambling on airliners and hope it doesn't go dilute its stocks or go bankrupt.

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TSMC or Qualcomm

>> No.21879621

>>21879591
So what does this meam for stocks. It made me more hesitant on making any moves this week as everytime this guy has made an official Fed annoucement since June he's only tanked the stock market.

>> No.21879626

>>21879610
TSM

>> No.21879631

>>21879566
4chan is like dante's inferno but in reverse. Once you've done time in /b/ you work your way out to things like /fit/ and /smg/

>> No.21879677

>>21879471
tech is making massive profits in a economic recession

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>>21879621
You want the Fed to stay dovish regardless of exact parameters. Weak dollar is good for equities. The thing you absolutely don't want is Jerome suggesting he's ready to tighten the belt again. That is extremely unlikely but you should be aware that if the Fed goes hawkish the markets will throw a tantrum. If you want to know what the market throwing a tantrum over Fed policy is, check S&P and Nasdaq charts for 2018. All of that was Jerome's doing.

>> No.21879746

>>21879708
fed raising rates = opportunity

>> No.21879748

>>21879610
both are good, personally I'd do something like TSM + SOXX though. Or TSM + AMD + SOXX
or basically SOXX + any pick you're confident in.
Like MU is good since they're at the top of the memory game and GDDR6 RAM is vital with AMD's chiplet design (to alleviate the latency issues), it'd be a good hold for at least 6 months. But at some point I dont wanna bother micromanaging all these different semiconductor stocks and I'd just recommend picking either TSM, AMD, and/or NVDA and just add SOXX/SOXL on top of that.

honestly i still feel like i should have gone SOXL instead of going TQQQ even though TQQQ has been outperforming SOXL. I'll probably do QQQ + SOXL later on when/if Nasdaq runs out of steam.

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anyone saying TQQQ is bad long term or that the nasdaq is going to crash and TQQQ will go to -100% just like 2008 or the dot come crash...QLD was around for 2008 and nothing fucking happened. eat shit, leveraged or stay fucking poor

>> No.21879763

>>21879708
>The thing you absolutely don't want is Jerome suggesting he's ready to tighten the belt again
This will be the last generation that remembers interest rates above 4%.

>> No.21879769

I’m kinda poor, turned 12k into 20k since April though on casinos and airlines. Right now all my money is in meme spacs cause I’m hoping to get rich quick with big pumps then dump on merger. Am I gonna make it ?

>> No.21879774

>>21879746
Volatility always is.

>> No.21879780

>>21877211

get in on IPO day and hodl, just like you should have done with NIO and LI.

sadly I only got a 15% return on NIO's near 24% run today. spent too much on NNOX too soon and couldn't dca down enough to make it worth my while. should have went all fucking in on NIO.

also RKT has stabilized so i'm not really sure where to go from here, small position so will probably just hold.

>> No.21879808

>>21879607
people were desperate to park money in "safe" equities. it's severely overbought.

>> No.21879833

Buy oil. Get 5% by the end of the week

>> No.21879845

>>21879833
Surely you mean oil futures contracts and not garbage oil company stocks?

>> No.21879855

>>21879761
not TQQQ, but SOXL would definitely be spooky longterm (beyond 5 years) because we are reaching the limits of silicon (some good prospects for sub 3nm so fingers crossed) and we're fucked when Moore's law is broken.

guess who's got a roadmap to sub 3nm right now though? fuck yeah I'm 50% deep into them.

>> No.21879867

>>21879761
I just compared QLD and QQQ since 2008 and it convinced me to put 30k into TQQQ and go diamondhands. Thank you based anon.

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>>21879610
Ugh
People masturbate to this shit?

>> No.21879902

>>21879748
>MU
I was thinking WDC but their massive dividend doesnt inspire confidence. AMD has been doing great things though so I guess I'll split 80-20 TSM-AMD.

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>>21879761
>fidelity.com chart viewer
>percentage y axis
>not bar chart
we're reaching levels of NGMI that i didnt think were possible

>> No.21879909

>>21879631
Yup. Get bored and decide to try out boards/topics on the quest for self-improvement.

>> No.21879948

>>21879708
>The thing you absolutely don't want is Jerome suggesting he's ready to tighten the belt again.
Jesus fuck can you even imagine? That's a COVID-tier black swan event.

>> No.21879961

>>21879631
I'm older too. Haven't been on /b/ since 2008 or so. It's annoying they're making too many boards now, but I guess /v/ was too big.

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>>21879908
it doesnt matter, i got the information i needed. even if you look at the comparisons between QQQ, QLD, and TQQQ dumping in march, a "historic drop," TQQQ doesnt even sink to QLD levels, let alone QQQ
TQQQ or bust, FAGTMAN is not the same as the dot com companies. they might dip but it will never go -100%

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>>21879845
I don't have license for futures. I just swing

>> No.21880019

>>21879808
dunno about you, but semiconductor picks are still very largely overlooked. I'm definitely watching TQQQ closely every week though, if I have to take profits on it prematurely, I will and I'll just put it into SOXX and TSM and not give a shit for 3 years.

>>21879902
>AMD has been doing great things though so I guess I'll split 80-20 TSM-AMD.
can't go wrong, very bullish for Q3 (though with AMD as volatile as a pennystock, it'll probably gain much more than TSM) with both consoles coming out and both carrying AMD. That's prob priced in, but expect chromebooks to adapt more AMD instead of Intel. Supercomputer contract (e.g. Aurora) need to replace their shit soon and Intel is out of the game since their 7nm was delayed. A lot more shit beyond server market share that Intel will lose because they don't have 7nm as their usual contracts expected them to be.

im personally a bit hesitant on AMD because i don't like how it keeps acting like a penny stock. I like TSM more that i don't have to give a shit about timing on it even though AMD will ultimately eat up the king's share of the hype and gains in the short-term.

>> No.21880021

>>21877303
In the top 5%

Feel like a failure still not enough

Wtf is wrong with me

>> No.21880059

>>21879748
Soxl is too much leverage. Tqqq is the perfect amount of leverage in the perfect index for this economy. Volatility in semiconductors is high and every dip would take you extra time to get back up

>> No.21880086

>>21879708
>2018
Oh baby i remember that, thx for the tip

>> No.21880115

>>21879769
Post portfolio

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>>21877399
AHAHA. Just yesterday here on /smg/ Apple bulltards were saying that the parabolic growth was unironically sustainable. Hahahah

>> No.21880152

When's that JP speech supposed to happen?

>> No.21880185

>>21879708
Basically exiting all my positions tomorrow is safer than holding through Thursday. The losses I could get from him doing a 2018 all over again are far greater than him saying the opposite and we stay flat. Frankly speaking the best as well as safest option is to exit the markets before his speech and reenter after with minimal losses in gains if any IF he doesn't cause it to go 2018 all over again.

Correct?

>> No.21880225

>>21880185
The Fed burned the bond market and printed money to save the stock market. They aren't going to drop any bombs for a LOOOOONNNNGGGGG time.

>> No.21880252

>>21880144
>he doesnt think normies will see APPL at $125 a share and want to buy whole shares

>> No.21880254

>>21879566
It does if only for the fact that you have to be 18 or 21 to play in the market.

>> No.21880255

>>21880144
>1981

>> No.21880274

>>21879746
Not happening. Too early. Not until 2 quarters after covid is pretty much over or unless there are inflation signals even during covid

>> No.21880275

>>21880115
I’ve got mainly fmci and lca, a few shll which I sold more than half of today, and psth.

>> No.21880283

>>21880225
Anon be real. Jerome has tanked the market each fed speech he's done since June that got noticeable coverage.

>> No.21880306

>>21879708
Have you checked japanese stocks? Because that's what an overly dovish Fed will accomplish.

>> No.21880311

>>21880283
Good night be a good buy for tomorrow. I hope they keep printing money too

>> No.21880319

>>21880185
>exit
probably going to cash out of leverage and calls personally but with all that cash they just pumped in there i doubt they will say somthing to crash it.

>> No.21880322

>>21879855
>3nm
Not that I'm bearish on semiconductors, but remember that all of these node names are marketing names and haven't been accurate since planar process transistors (protip: we're on FINFETs now, "3nm" describes no part of the node's actual geometry). Moore's law is dead and has been for years, but incremental improvement is still possible. Look at the performance data, not the node name (though at this time TSMC 7nm is probably the best matching its low number).

As to TSMC, if it were anywhere other than Taiwan I'd be hugely bullish, but given China's actions on HK and the world's reluctance to acknowledge Taiwan as a sovereign nation I think there's a real possibility Western militaries would not seriously contest the island in the event of an invasion. I don't think China would knowingly kick off a WW3, but I do think they'd take Taiwan if they thought they could get away with it (see also: Ukraine).

>> No.21880346

>>21880086
I remember when I opened my IRA and deposited the max on Nov 30, 2018. All in VTSAX. Good times.

Then after it spent literally a year recovering back to my buy-in price, I pulled out when the S&P hit 3000 because I thought it couldn't go any higher and the end was near.

I missed the run from 3000 to 3400 and never bought back in during the March lows or during the whole recovery because I was a misanthropic perma-doomer who thought this was the end of society, the stock market is going to zero, 100 years of darkness and suffering, stock up on food and ammo.

>> No.21880377

>>21880274
>unless there are inflation signals even during covid
food inflation is probably over 5%, I don't know when's the next report

even so, I agree they aren't raising shit until next.

>> No.21880386

>>21880346
>perma-doomer
nothing wrong with having plan B checked before stsrting plan A.

>> No.21880401

>>21880319
Doubt it too but that Jerome really did a 180 in June, went from pumping each time he spoke or so I assume and once i finally go do calls rather than just stocks he begins dumping the markets...can't really trust him. Depending on stock prices tomorrow I'll choose whether to close out my positions or not as certain positions would need to tank really hard for me to lose.

>> No.21880412

Which semiconductor to buy and hold?

>> No.21880417

>>21877303
>Have to 8x in 4 years to reach top 5%
>On track to retire to 200k
I'd be better off living however I want and necking at 65

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>>21880185
>The losses I could get from him doing a 2018 all over again
He won't. It would waste all of the corona QE to this point. The Fed has zero motivation to hike rates and they said as much in absolute terms in the last meeting. 2018 was because of 2017 bull run, more or less, and Jerome thought he could get away with it. He was wrong. I think if he had been less zealous and only gone for two hikes that year they might have stuck and he might not have had to do all the cuts in 2019 to reverse every hike he made the year before.

>> No.21880433

>>21880412
TSM

>> No.21880445

>>21880412
NVDA

>> No.21880457

>>21880306
Eventually.

>> No.21880522

>>21877531
Keep acting like you don't actually crave the drama your life has become. That's why you keep posting about it on here right?

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Gonna long call an inverse bond ETF

wish me luck

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I can't figure out my game plan in the face of the election. All I have so far is Trump win = lumber, guns and tech, because useful idiots will go full REEEE and less regulation on tech. Biden win = Guns, because "muh gun violence, guns running around gunning people, because guns. Needa take away the guns."

I am trying to find stocks I think win either way. Possibly gold just because right now suggesting less stimulus is political suicide. No biased answers here, remember, as an investor you should plan for both scenarios. Or is the election effecting markets a big meme? I've already gone 50% cash as of today and selling off winners into early october. I want to go neutral jing for awhile.

>> No.21880580

Saw on the news Tim Apple is dumping 200 million aapl tomorrow at open, you have been warned

>> No.21880615

>>21877531
I don;t want to take too much advice from a simp, but how do you browse biz, when your gf is in the house? Asking because my gf is moving in soon.

>> No.21880621

>>21880577
Elections don't matter to the market beyond a month before and up to a week after. You can google this and find literally hundreds of articles about this. The primary reason to sell anything heading into october/november is to buy the dip from dumb boomers that think the boomer who wins matters.
Both are pro-printing and will likely keep JPOW or appoint a Nu-Nu-Nu-Bernanke.

>> No.21880640

>As with all transactions where Apple executives sell stock, the sale was done under a Rule 10b5-1 trading plan that was adopted by Cook's trust on February 28, 2020.

The absolute madlad timed the split to pump his shares by his sell date.

>> No.21880650

>>21877654
The left has basically gone full pacman. They've gone so far to the left they've come out on the other-side. I should have bough "colored only" signs on the dip, they will be in high demand. But jokes aside, Invest in guns either way, we won't be done with useful idiot basedboys for awhile.

>> No.21880687

>>21880640

This is what they do

>> No.21880703

>>21880580

smart man to sell right before the split.

AAPL fags, you should have sold today, so make sure you sell at opening bell, wait a week or two for the split to go down, then buy back in.

>> No.21880709

>>21877148
What's the name of that hat?

>> No.21880728

>>21880615
>but how do you browse biz
By opening up 4Chan through my browser on phone or computer.

>> No.21880733

>>21878062
This. Understanding statistic is important, so you don't get manipulated. The following two stats are true. The average age of a television watcher is 20-30. Also, 20-30 year olds watch less television than any other generation. Who would like to solve the puzzle?

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>>21880577
well for short term I recommend shorting C
they accidentally sent $900M to hedge fund owners who doesn't want to give it back
DFEN looks incredibly undervalued and will without a doubt go up no matter who wins
vietnam is also undervaluing their "dong" VS USD by 5%
i guess it depends on what you want long vs short term

>> No.21880744

All i can think about is IPOs i think i need help but. These IPOs that are coming out are gonna be OHHHH so nice

>> No.21880747

>>21880744
what are you looking at, anon?

>> No.21880769

>>21880733
Kids and old people.

>> No.21880789

>>21880577
I plan to be about 50% cash going in to election day. After that I will gauge market reaction and slide back in to whatever looks good at the time.

>> No.21880793

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/320193/000032019320000066/xslF345X03/wf-form4_159839550969947.xml

So today's dump was Tim selling on schedule. No more sellers, stonks only go up now.

>> No.21880831

>>21880769
You win. Most viewers are toddlers and boomers, averaging the age between them gets you a demographic of people who don't really exist.

>> No.21880837

>>21880733
20-30 make most of the population, 1% of 20-30s is more than 10% of 60-70s.

>> No.21880852

>>21880747
Palantir (might go long), air bnb (definetely long), snowflake (don't know much about the company but tons use them so maybe a short thing), robinhood (long), insta cart (an amazing covid stock), doordash (might go long on this one since door dash is used all year round),

>> No.21880874

>>21877506
>The other is defacto relationship status and she may be entitled to a share of your assets.

My god is this a thing? Imagine being involved with any women other than hookers.

>> No.21880880

Wheres that weirdo that use to rant like an autist and post flat faced kpop girls all night

>> No.21880892

>>21880874
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law_marriage

>> No.21880920

>>21880793
He sells tomorrow.

>> No.21880955

>>21880793
tomorrow

>> No.21880956

>>21880880
I think he rage quit trading. Wasn't he shorting TSLA just before the recent pump?

>> No.21880964

ok what am i doing with my measly 8 shares of aapl tomorrow

>> No.21880995

I hope Citi pumps more tomorrow. My options are profitable, but this can get me some big money.

>> No.21880996

>>21880793
He is selling tomorrow asshole, don’t try to trick people on this forum

>> No.21881013

>>21880956
How many zoomers will rage quit trading in the next couple years when they realize that they weren't smart, just got the greatest bull run in history this year?

>> No.21881027

>>21880996
Not trolling. Misinformed on how to read the sheet. It clearly has 8/24 and 8/25 dates all over the place with "This transaction was executed..."

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>>21880021
same bro it's so frustrating seeing people with nothing way happier than me lol. i'm moving to the beach in september though so i'm really excited for that and hope it helps chill me out.

i stll live in the same city that i grew up in where a bunch of bad shit happened with my family. i think i just have ptsd. whats up w you?

>> No.21881071

>>21880996
>>21881027
Unless I'm to interpret those quantities and prices as limit orders submitted after hours to execute during market hours, in which case "This transaction was executed" is waaay misleading.

>> No.21881075

>>21881013
All bubbles pop. The fed wants to make this long though.

>> No.21881078

>>21880852
>robinhood
unironically the next tesla.

>> No.21881105

>>21880703
But I just bought my first share today

>> No.21881120

>>21881078
what price do you think it iwill reach IPO day

>> No.21881158

>>21881105

then dump it in the morning. stocks are just pieces of paper, you shouldn't have any emotional attachment to them.

>> No.21881190

>>21881027
Yeah, He's selling more tomorrow but the way I'm reading it is that he already sold 560,000 on the 24th (if after hours, today, the 25th.)

I don't know how to read these forms, though.

>> No.21881204

When do you think the next correction to -5-10 is? I was thinking tomorrow but I think SPY 350 might happen first. Bought some calls on the dip today but I swear we get another drop in the next few days before the bull run continues.

>> No.21881206

>>21881158
>buy stock
>dump it tomorrow when it's probably gonna be lower
why would I do that instead of just hold, get more shares after the split, then hold them for another year or so

>> No.21881226

>>21881190
As in, he sold half of them today, and is selling the other half tomorrow.

>> No.21881271

>>21881190
Do you mind not tripfagging here? It's really distracting and you don't have any more to offer than anyone else here so there's no reason for you to seek attention.

If you want to use a username, go to Reddit.

>> No.21881302

>>21880346
Just trying to have a backup plan dont wanna be the guy who refuses to sell late feb 2020 covid dump and finally sells at march 2020 lowest point. If I jump out tomorrow and he doesn't do anything drastic on thursday i could likely just jump back in Friday. 2 days worth of potential gains lost is miniscule if i jump back in Friday compared to a market wide dump if he pulls a 2018, oh baby round 2 for cheapies across the board in 2020 would be nice if i do it and he haopebs to actually dump it.

>> No.21881317

>>21880920
>>21880955
>>21880996
Where does it say he's selling the rest tomorrow?

>> No.21881358

>>21880429
Im just gonna play it cautiously this week and keep a close eye. As hard as Id like to go on this new profitable strategy i have, him pulling a 2018 would btfo me out of 10k. Missing out on a great one week gain wouldnt hurt me bad if I avoid a 10k loss.

>> No.21881379

>>21881317
The news, sec filings, his blog post

>> No.21881395

>>21881206

we don't know his average cost, but today was 492-500 depending on when he bought. at most he's down 8 bucks on one share. sure he can hold, but if we see a huge selloff he may be kicking himself for holding a 20-50 dollar loss. he can cut his loss now and buy back in after the split induced dip and get some actual profit, otherwise he'll be holding for weeks to get back to the 500/125 after split valuation.

that's assuming that apple doesn't just fomo into oblivion and hit 600 before the split. perhaps the tim cook selloff will drop the price enough on the short term to chum the waters and get a nice swing trade up if he has enough money to dca his way back to profit.

i'll be on the sidelines until the split, there's plenty of other stocks to trade.

>> No.21881431

>>21881395

actually i take that back, if anything he bought at 500 and ended the day at 500, or possibly bought at 492 and is up 8. i looked at the chart wrong.

>> No.21881502

>>21881395
>>21881431
I bought at 498, but I'm also not look for just 100 dollars of profit, I was planning on holding for the long term after I get more shares from the split

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>>21881379
In that sec link above, all those transactions total to 560,000 (which he received for the award) and are dated Aug 24-25. Also says at the bottom the trades were executed. He's selling more of the shares he owns? Care to link to his blog post? I can't seem to find it.

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>>21881502

OWN IT, DON'T TRADE IT

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>tfw bought $10000 AAPL at $413 and was nervous about buying a pump

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Circuit breakers Thursday/Friday, SPX/TQQQ overbought on 1d/1yr chart.

You have been warned.

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>People are ironically selling their Tesla Stocks before the split

>> No.21881693

>>21881561
So many fucking times
I didn’t listen
I was in and out of aapl

Holy fuck I should’ve just buy and holded

>> No.21881698

>>21881668
are you seeing those panicked odd numbered shares sold between 3-7 shares? fat people selling to pinch a few pennies. amerilards need their burgers right now, they can't wait.

>> No.21881715

>>21880880
He was a tranny in training, recently out of a mental hospital.

Hopefully he’s dead.

>> No.21881739

>>21880185
Why not just hedge?

>> No.21881779

It's poetic the great upcoming event is a birth. All the cycles of birth and death so far. For a new creation to be born. Everything entirely up to it but also it's parents.

In many ways it's the perfect event regardless of whether it brings hell or heaven.

>> No.21881793

making new hang on

>> No.21881806

buy buy buy

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Ok /smg/ hit me, which Cinema Chain will actually make it back by next year? AMC, Regal? Marcus?

Any obscure Cinema Chain with almost no debt you guys think could be a great investment? before March all of those were 30$+, so I know this is free money, but people think AMC will go bankrupt.

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will rkt keep going up bros?

>> No.21881839

NEW NEEW NEW NEW

>>21881829
>>21881829
>>21881829

>>21881829

>>21881829

>>21881829
>>21881829

>> No.21881935 [DELETED] 

>>21881573
Congrats. I bought in around $410 bit panic sold...bought back in at $420 or $430 and some more up the way. Have enough for 300 shares post split, not letting them go anytime soon unless something with great ahort term potential occurs.

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>>21881634
Are you this guy?

>> No.21882011

>>21881573
Same but $20000. Feels great desu. I don’t give a fuck if it dumps.

>> No.21882064

>>21877654
>I'm watching the BLM protests (probably riots an hour from now lmao) and there's a black guy saying they should block construction projects and road works in black neighborhoods

Where was this at? I mean most the time you have blacks that do road construction.

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>>21877654
They're probably just homesick

>> No.21882192

>>21881739

what's your hedge? inverse etf? gold?? chinese stonks??????

>> No.21882219

>>21882192
I picked up a small amount of GOLD and SILV. I'm a longterm permabull so I'm just having fun. I could care less about inflation in the next 5 or 10 years.

>> No.21882390

>>21877303
Assuming no other contributions the rich category only had to earn 9% annualized, same as the market over the time period, from when they were 18 with 90k to be worth $5.1mil.

Are the rich OK?

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