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Any good AAPL puts?

>> No.22445313

Let's have a nice thread and get along

>> No.22445316

Don’t worry guys, as long as a keep buying SQQQ calls, the markets can’t go down.

>> No.22445315

Now you look at this chart.

>> No.22445325

I'm really fucking scared and I've been scared for a month now.

Is the market always this stressful? I only got in at march

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daily reminder

>> No.22445351

Going to put 20k into an experimental "Short middle class/long American misery" portfolio. So far the tickers I will have in it are:
I need more suggestions that aren't just midwit ideas like gun stocks.

>> No.22445362

Fuck my meme potstocks

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When am I gonna be rich?

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>> No.22445410

GME Please work, oh god oh fuck.

>> No.22445412

Not enough horse man wtf are you doing?

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>> No.22445420

Is AAPL the new reserve currency?

>> No.22445439

it's nowhere near christmas yet, fren. relax, grab some cheapies while you can.

>> No.22445444

Don't both of your charts show return to normal valuation?
Sounds bullish to me.

>> No.22445482

good suggestions so far. Thanks bros.

>> No.22445525

What the fuck I thought September was the month of market crashes because of 9/11 and all that.

>> No.22445529

Should be some health insurance or some big pharma in there too but I'm a brainlet so I don't know any good ones

>> No.22445559

Mine more so than his.
DXY's "crash" doesn't even look that bad. It's mostly up to EUR's surge.

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2055 is a long ways off. Can you speed up the process?

How much horse do I need?

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>He doesn't invest in japanese girls
Pff and you call yourself an investor

>> No.22445695

>he doesn't post jap porn
And you call yourself a shitposter?

>> No.22445739

Pretty crazy year

>> No.22445781

Why are braindead niggers comparing apple and tesla?

>> No.22445782
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fuck niggers

>> No.22445789

Both are tech companies

>> No.22445806

Redditors and thots love both.

>> No.22445839

Monday green, you heard it first here folks

>> No.22445842
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Burry is wrong re the supposed dangers of passive investing. He argues that fewer investors chasing alpha will lead to instability of the market. But passive investing still chases that same "alpha" by exploiting inefficiencies in the market, it just does it in a systematic well understood way. For example Buffet's value investing paradigm having delivered alpha for decades has now been thoroughly absracted, formulized, and packaged in the form of value ETFs. While he consequently no longer outperforms the risk adjusted index, i.e., he no longer has alpha, his alpha has been translated to "smart beta" and is still captured just the same. Thus Burry's concerns over the passive investing phenomenon writ large are without merit since the market inefficiencies are still being exploited and not just in the value segment but everywhere else in the investing universe that has formerly or currently produces actual alpha. Even the mighty RenTech will have their alpha eaten away as this smart beta and contrary to Burry's thesis the market will be even better off for it.

>> No.22445887

but muh efficient market hypothesis

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Friday was the reddest green day I have ever seen desu
Ending at 0.05% up was a miracle

>> No.22445929

any FVAC frens here?

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what are everyone's plans for the next trading week? anyone holding anything?

>> No.22446032

Waiting for the bottom

>> No.22446057

All in on horse.

>> No.22446075
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Not much.
Just hodling.

If MSFT goes to 198 I'm the fuck out of this market though.

>> No.22446115

Blew all my dip buying money and hodling hard.
Just because the bubble can deflate more doesn't mean it will.

>> No.22446125

is there an app that lets me easily track IV listed alongside my watchlist of stocks?

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>"What are they gonna do, drop even more?"
>-Quote from man who's stocks crashed

>> No.22446273

Bump am also interested

>> No.22446280

Holding QQQ puts for the week. Will sell on Friday if we just end up crabbing. Took profits on a pretty much all my options last week and distributed the funds into various SPACs for safe keeping until the market stops making me nervous.

>> No.22446369

I loaded up on some puts before closing bell.
GME 9/19
BAC 9/19
WFC 9/19
DPZ 9/19
PZZA 9/19
AAPL 9/19

These puts are going to print next week, can't fucking wait.

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Fuck no, I'm looking for positions on Monday and go from there. The most comfy way is to catch a late Sunday futures dump and sit on it all week, even though it doesn't happen often

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Guys I just went to my local donair place and they just raised their prices by 20% this week. Its fucking over isn't it?

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ain't nothin better than a donair with some sweet cum sauce slathered all over it

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Why are a lot of Bobos not able to take profit? A 10% drop happens and they tout their entry targets for SPY at 150 or believe QQQ will hit 100, showing their SQQQ calls for 50 and beyond. Every dip it's the same. This dip is the crash. This is it. Now we go to 0. End of the line.

They fade away the longer the bull run goes and either keep losing money on shorts or just stay cash while stocks rise.
Then they brag about their profits after a small dump. Which is fair because they were actually right. Good for them.
But instead of taking profit here and reversing they become delusional, miss their exit and try to desperately shill how the whole economy is a bubble.and we definitely all die. Quoting Reddit, explaining currency issues way beyond anyone's comprehension or understanding, etc.
Then the stocks recover and for another week we see complaints about a rigged market and other stuff. Now they disappear again as stocks rise.

Happens every single time. Why can't Bobos just take profit? Very few seem to be able to.

>> No.22446503

All Kebab shops in Germany raised prices by 50 cents at least. Now I have to pay 3.5€.

>> No.22446509

iron condors on the SPY
buying up all the SPACs I can

>> No.22446522

fuck are you talking about faggot?
I made a yuge profit shorting QQQ last week

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Did you actually read and understand what I wrote?

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I think a lot of people, Bulls and Bears alike, think that whichever way the Market is going is permanent. It's going up? Bulls think it is going to the moon!!! It's going down? Bears think it is the Big One and the entire World is finished. At the end of the day, we had a dip and lost a month's worth of gains in a week and a half. We'll see what happens from here. Bears seems to generally lose out more than Bulls, though - as the market mostly goes up

>> No.22446558

>doubting based papa john's

>> No.22446572

I do apologize my fair maiden, it seems I've glossed over your initial post and was eager to throw a fit of rage in your general direction.

If you want I have a premium porno account for german goo girls, let me know if you're interested I'll hook you up.

>> No.22446597

papa john's struggled breaking through 93 on friday
the gap down is going to be brutal, I'll probably cash out when they dump at 81.50

also papa john's makes shit tier pizza, almost as shit as dominos

>> No.22446608

Why does it seem like everyone is all in crypto or all in stonks?

>> No.22446637

Because if you honestly think crypto is the future why would you waste your time collecting fiat?

>> No.22446640

Because you're black

>> No.22446641

because cash is trash

>> No.22446647
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I missed the covid dip because I was in jail for the past 84 days.
I need some mother fucking reparations

>> No.22446655

>I think a lot of people, Bulls and Bears alike, think that whichever way the Market is going is permanent. It's going up? Bulls think it is going to the moon!!! It's going down? Bears think it is the Big One and the entire World is finished.
The difference is that bulls have it easy. The market will go up long term. Timing an entry and exit isnt as crucial. Worst case you are stuck hodling bags for some time, assuming you have actual solid companies, not NKLA or whatever.

Bears leaving their shorts open waiting for another drop happens way too often. I mean you saw people here who closed their shorts in May. Losing their whole bear gains in the process.

>> No.22446656

I think people are into crypto tend to be a different group than those who are into stocks. But I admit that there will be some overlap

>> No.22446693

You think FPX is going to land the Tesla nickel contract??

>> No.22446700

Yeah but based John Schnatter said the N-word so meme magic will keep it afloat and destroy your put.

>> No.22446715

just don't break the law, lel

>> No.22446720

No it won't. Let me guess...you bought calls on friday didn't you? LOL

>> No.22446722

Just don't act like a nigger.

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>I was in jail

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No I didn't. I jus think you need to have more respect for papa john's.

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Serious macro question for big brains:

Long term, do you think China should be worried about dynastic/anti-meritocratic concerns given it already has a developed economies birth rate (less heirs means less diffusion of inheritance) and strong Confucian/familial elements to its culture?

When the US was first became the global economic powerhouse it now is, rich people were having 8 kids and splitting the wealth 8 ways.

Long term it'll take hundreds of years for rich Chinese kids with no talent to loose their money compared to the rober barons just because if you're only having 1 or 2 kids, rate of splitting is lower. Longer amount of time for retards to be in charge.

>> No.22446748

The worst part about Bears is how smug they are. Yet, like you said, they always end up missing out on gains and make less in the long run anyways. So I guess it's even.

>> No.22446760

Both are manufacturers who include services in their products but most of the revenue comes from assembling shit. One is a glorified assembly line the other is a battery factory and researcher

>> No.22446765

papa john's can taste my dick

you ever ate their pizza?
makes me shit in like two seconds

>> No.22446766

>efficient market hypothesis
Elliott waves have more merit unironically.

>> No.22446786

Where's pizza and cell phones anon? Still doing well?

>> No.22446792

ccp control their birth rates and their markets, so no concern from ccp in that area

>> No.22446796

fuck yall

>> No.22446802

i know, hence the "muh", but some anons here unironically point to A Random Walk Down Wall Street all the time

>> No.22446807

Sure but is an idiot like me really going to time it?
In the long run buying every dip is better than buying indiscriminately. That's going to include a full bulltraps but fuck if I know when they are.

>> No.22446815

Why me? I literally just said don't break the law, nothing about your race. Are you implying that those other two are right, and there's just something about joggers that just drives them to break the law no matter what?

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I like their pizza and the little pepperoncini they throw in is nice too. You only shit after eating it because the pizzas are made with nigger hatred and your onions body can't handle it

>> No.22446824

the most interaction i've had with the police is getting pulled over for speeding twice in my life and having a mostly pleasant conversation with the officer and getting let off with a verbal warning. guess what race i am.

>> No.22446825

when i was over there it seemed more like who you married and who bought the best holiday gifts for people controlled the markets, but that was south china. guess we will see

>> No.22446835

why were you in anon, story time plz

>> No.22446860

idk how you can trust shit when the fundamentals right now are completely decoupled from the stock prices of these companies due to the FED printing infinite money.

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Anyone else feeling cozy sitting on cash beating them at their own game?

>> No.22446882

It's easy for us all to sit and look at a market agreeing "it's overpriced" and do nothing. This happens all the time. Much more rarely does everyone agree the marked is underpriced. Why is this? Buying is so much easier than shorting (on a relative basis). So fewer people do it that bubbles continue unabated far longer than they should. This is the Bears' Lament

>> No.22446883

during Chinese market dump few years ago, ccp freeze markets since people only think line go up. Breddy sure large whale sellers had organs harvest

>> No.22446894

i day trade, it's the only thing that makes sense to me anymore in these crazy times. at least with day trading i see the pattern form, i enter the trade, and i set up my risk and my initial take profit with an OCO order and let the trade do what it does. win or lose at least it makes sense and i can never get BTFO because i have a stop loss every time.

>> No.22446908

Papa John’s is destined to fail.
Dominos will be the only pizza
Stock worth owning soon and they
Too will gap down hard.
Nasdaq getting BTFO Monday

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It is quite cozy. I only have 4 or 5 cheap leaps in my account. Everything else is cash.

>> No.22446923

They're probably the best choice. Either them or CNC.

I hear that GIGA is "in talks" but I have no idea where that rumour came from because Tesla named a battery Giga or some stupid shit.

>> No.22446924

>Nasdaq getting BTFO Monday
This we can agree on.

>> No.22446945

Could either be Giga or CNC

>> No.22446956

yes. but eventually shit hits the fan, which is why I said long term. regardless of what it does tmrw, having 1/3rd of shanghai apts empty for decades because they are used as a cryptocurrency via manipulation is still inefficient.

>> No.22446985

i'm just gonna wheel things from now on.

anyone have any suggestions on what stocks to keep an eye on?
looking for high-ish IV and shit worth actually holding long term.

>> No.22446993

>This we can agree on.

and that is why it will pump.

>> No.22447011

Honestly this is what I would be doing if I had more time and got good with a solid day trade strategy prior to this. I never had time for day trading so I'm sticking with theta. its wild out here desu

>> No.22447039

Damn you're right.

>> No.22447063

I can't trust it but I'm young. I'm as likely to miss 5% gains as 5% losses during the election chaos which, let's admit, won't be over until December or January with this mail in shit going on.

>> No.22447080

This is basically my point.
If I am uncertain I should hold equities, not cash, unless I'm about to retire. Or at least unless it's March 23 and the world economy is shutting down.

>> No.22447154

News also hyping super coof once actual flu and cold season kicks in. Thanksgiving, Halloween, Xmas gonna get rekt if lockdowns come back in force. If no stimulus by nov, black Friday sales gonna be lowest in history. Maybe short retail unless big smart money has already positioned for this.

>> No.22447161

People who are all in crypto are first time investors holding massive bags from 2017 or smooth brains thinking you only gain 3% max per year in the stock market.

People who are all in stocks are first time investors or people who had moved away from crypto after the 2017 crash.

>> No.22447237

be retarded and panic sell again. probably hold, I hope tqqq doesn't rape me shekels

>> No.22447253

>News also hyping super coof once actual flu and cold season kicks in.
Most people have gone numb to the coof hype. I highly doubt there will be any future lockdowns.

>> No.22447306

If I believed any of that I'd be a bear.
The thing is the US stimulus never ended. There is so much state and local support, bribes to farmers, loan deferrals. There's no coming eviction wave, there's just endless support for everyone while the number of people needing support shrinks.
This. Mobility data just barely correlates with infections, mostly it just reverts to normal over time as people get fed up.

Only 10 million unemployed now, down from 20.
150 million employed or something like that.

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Went 100% cash, but then I read this cute WKHS post (pic related), said fuck it, and now I'm comfortably holding horses with no regrets.

>> No.22447346

I also think institutions are going to buy back in one day before the cash hodlers. Like always.

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The Bobo tears will be sweet that day, my friend

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>virus probably spiking soon
>no stimulus because congress can't agree on anything
>evictions increasing each day
How do I short the United States?

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I thought only fools put all their eggs in on basket?

>> No.22447412

>what are everyone's plans for the next trading week?
Waiting for SPY and QQQ to hit moving averages on the weekly and monthly charts.

>> No.22447416

milggers :DDD

>> No.22447418

You press the short button anon

>> No.22447424
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Don’t bet against America. Ignore the temporary highs and lows before election season.

>> No.22447428

is this like your first speculation play or something? Unless you bought over $8 you're honestly going to be fine. Even if you bought over $8, you'll probably still be fine.

unless you have OTM calls expiring October, then i can't be sure about that

>> No.22447459

But he said to put 'em all on a horse, not a basket, silly!

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>short the US
You absolutely should not. Unless news comes out that the Fed is being heavily restricted they've promised to do "whatever it takes".
You don't want to be on the other side of "whatever it takes".

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Come on bitcoin, move already. Futures should honestly be open on weekends

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I want to throw a $100 at each company on Monday to see if one will pop off. Giga tripled on Friday based off rumors alone. Giga mining also has one of Tesla’s giga factories on their website now which is interesting but I can’t seem to find any real confirmation or even the source for the rumor beyond a “source” on Reuters. I also wouldn’t put it past Musk though to name his shit Giga knowing he’d be partnering with Giga mining knowing his history with cryptic tweets.

>> No.22447526

Anything that's worth shorting has already been picked up by market makers. If you want to short stocks that would obviously dump, you're out of luck because the shares are either not available or you'll have to pay 600% interest.

>> No.22447566

Is that not bullish for metals? The deflationary arguments posed here have been convincing lately and are swaying me from miners. How does infinite print policy not result in an Escape from Fiat outcome.

>> No.22447588
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If pic related; will we see impressive job numbers over the next 4 years?

>> No.22447593

>fucking jill

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>> No.22447625

The US has been outsourcing its inflation for 12 years.
I'm not in metals or miners but I'm beginning to think they're a safe play. If fiat collapses they go up, if fiat is fine then people pump more money into exploring for shiny rocks for fun.

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my dad still thinks it's a big hoax, idk what to believe since it's so politicized. but some of the stuff you guys have posted over the past couple months certainly has me skeptical of the media and govt's current narrative. honestly i worry more about QE infinity and the economy at this point i have no idea how we're gonna fix this shit.

>> No.22447690

CNC tripled in price after Tesla's earning call, but it dropped off and is currently 2x from before then. I've been in CNC since a little before then. Both have roughly 100m market cap and if they get even a tiny bit of market share compared to other nickel mining companies, you'll probably wish you had more 5 years from now. All pure speculation though, so don't go crazy.

>> No.22447693

fucking turkniggers overcharging!

>> No.22447701
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You don’t

>> No.22447704

see then you get the "virus probably spiking soon" "meta uber coof coming in winter" "we all gonna die" fuckers on the other side. who the fuck do i trust?

>> No.22447711

shut the fuck up newfag. holy shit go back to plebbit

>> No.22447719

Clearly Trump will need to get a hold of congress (AND defend the senate) before anything happens, dems won't do shit as long as republicans refuses to pay up tens of billions to fund the democratic degenerate breeding grounds

I don't know who that is but yes

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My thoughts are simple. Keep the vulnerable safe. Keep them at home more often and let them wear the good masks when in public. The young should resume business as normal if they don’t live with anyone at risk.

College kids at the dorms should be fucking and doing their normal thing. No social distancing needed there

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The fed stopped printing a month ago, amd we are at ATH. The fed isn't going to pump a market that is at all time high. At this point. If anything, they will let the market crab. This will be a good time for swing traders.

>> No.22447755

Every time you buy a donair, you support a Turknigger.
Don't support a Turknigger, buy a gyro instead.

>> No.22447764

How about break the law and just don’t get caught
Simple as that

>> No.22447768

Both boomers are pro-printing and anti-market. KODK is the start of the true crony capitalist state.

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Cute posters are my weakness and I like it

>> No.22447772
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How’s your outlook for the Senate in 2020?

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>shut the fuck up newfag. holy shit go back to plebbit

>> No.22447791

I guess that's also an option but it just seems so much simpler and easier to just not break it in the first place

>> No.22447794

Basically all JPOW can do is brrrrrrr at this point and with their stated inflation targets the only thing holding metals down is paper COMEX and their ilk. Yes we'll see dollar flight into equities as we have since March, but the ride up is not sustainable. Put it this way, if softbank news can be the catelyst for the current rug pull, real news will be cataclysmic and this market is bogged and clownpilled beyond measure.

>> No.22447800

>If anything, they will let the market crab. This will be a good time for swing traders.

that would be nice. i'll wait for tech to actually fall into a range again before i consider trying that though. wait for it to retest the highs then come back to retest the lows before i buy some AMD again for overnight hodling.

what are stocks are like AMD, anyways? i basically only ever day trade AMD, the fucker is always in play it's so easy. liquidity is insane and it's not too expensive (although that keeps changing...)

>> No.22447804
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Is Cathie Woods legit? What about Ark Invest's ETFs?

>> No.22447807

>Most people have gone numb to the coof hype. I highly doubt there will be any future lockdowns.
Except for in every major liberal city. I live in CA. There are a shit ton of hypochondriacs living here.

>> No.22447812

how much WKHS at what price?

>> No.22447815

Bro I know. >>>/s4s/9022814

>> No.22447844

Around where I am, they're even closing indoor businesses early because of the smoke, which doesn't even make fucking sense. A second lockdown might be in the cards.

>> No.22447846

>the ride up is not sustainable
You know the Fed can barely reach its inflation target and real inflation might be negative, right?

This is crazy speculation time now. I think there is room for trillions of dollars if JPOW and Mnuchin say there's room. In our lifetimes there will be room for quadrillions, why the fuck not? Intangibles are huge, value from tech.. how does GDP capture terrabytes of free instant email compared to getting stock quotes hand delivered a century ago?
then there's space exploitation. and 3 billion more humans minimum.

>> No.22447853

What are some good books about the economy, banks, federal reserve, commodities, or meme lines? Any recommendation. Also any manga recommendations

>> No.22447854

ARKK did 165% in the last 3 years

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63 @ about $22-23

>> No.22447868

the real question is what's gonna happen if a "real news" event actually happens. seems like the FED has used all of its ammo and has nothing left to sustain shit. kinda scary.

>> No.22447873

I think republicans will keep their majority, but I don't know. The average Joe is very dumb so you can't really expect much to change even if parts of the country is burning

>> No.22447895

see >>22447815

>> No.22447906

that isn't even $1.5k, anon...

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are SPACs free money?

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>> No.22447915

Fuck yeah. NASDAQ 1,000,000. I’m with you brother

>> No.22447918


>> No.22447919

Red or green monday?

>> No.22447932

Thank you for your perspective anon. I appreciate all of you and weekend /smg/ is best /smg/. We're all gonna make it...to the debtors prison or to Lambo lane. Keep your heads held high frens.

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Gace me a good laff fren

>> No.22447938

Trump promised us no more lockdowns

>> No.22447950

Good idea bro! I'll definitely be checking this board out. You should check out my thread too, would so appreciate it.

>> No.22447957

Not a reflection of the United States, additionally you can look up the mobility data of the state, it’s pretty much returned to pre-lockdown levels.

>> No.22447972

TQQQ going to print this decade!

>> No.22447982
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I know...

>> No.22447985
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>NASDAQ 1,000,000
Sounds dumb until you zoom out. I'm so glad I found /smg/ while I'm young---ish.

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>> No.22447990

im unironically waiting for the next crash to happen before dumping all of my money into TQQQ. VIX hits 80+ again and that's when im gonna start DCA'ing in for real.

>> No.22447993

This is logarithmic by the way.

>> No.22447997

How is the USO1 worth only a penny!? Market makers screwing you over?

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>prostate stimulation and buying AUY
literally all you have to do in order to make it

>> No.22448007

cute, is that the little allowance your mommy lets you play with?

>> No.22448011

Dogecoin isn';t even worth 1 dollar. Funfact.

>> No.22448017

>Not a reflection of the United States.
CA is the 5th largest economy in the world. It's bigger than the UK. What happens here has a huge effect.

>> No.22448020

Aren't you tired of having your posts removed by jannies?

>> No.22448023
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>crabbing for an entire century

>> No.22448025

if your goal has been to make me hate trannies more than i already did, i just want you to know that you've succeeded.

>> No.22448033

>CA is the 5th largest economy in the world
Let's see what it looks like after 7 months and counting of total lockdown and making all business transactions illegal. It'd also be interesting if the surrounding states cut off California's theft of their water for unsustainable farming practices.

>> No.22448040

Most of its economy is tech, which is working from home. Additionally many counties in the state have begun to ignore the state’s lockdown orders.

>> No.22448045

Trannies? You're right bro. SICK!! Come vent in my thread about it daddy! >>>/s4s/9022814

>> No.22448049
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>This is logarithmic by the way.

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>5th largest economy in the world
>Can only give $167 per week to its residents, and no mortgage or rent relief like countries with much smaller economies can do
>Have to turn off your power in its two major cities between 3pm-9pm because the power grid can't handle it during the hot days in summer
>Homeless everywhere

California is literally a Banana Republic

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>aren’t you tired of something that has started happening today?
But let me spoonfeeding you: buy 80% AUY and 20% HMY and call it a day. Maybe keep 5% on NET in case that shit moves (I wouldn’t recommend it tho, tech stocks are dead for years to come but you never know)

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>dude we're so fucking powerful look at us we're like the negative bajillionth coolest economy in the world
How much longer do you think their delusions can fuel the journey without a working power grid?

>> No.22448073

You tell him, daddy!

>> No.22448075

Plagues and wars. And too much gold in Spain, ironically. Things move faster now too. From 1600 to 1800 the VOC was basically the only private stock company worth a damn.
Remember this is worldwide. That crab in the early 90s? Doesn't apply if you're not Japanese.

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she’s a paid thot
paid by (((them))) to make it look like women have a place in business
she just repeats whatever (((they))) tell her to repeat

>> No.22448121

USO did a stock split, it completely destroyed my option. That's been sitting there for months. It will be worthless.

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Mommy doesn't have money to give, and I just got my job so I'm short on funds. Sorry, I'll do better!

>> No.22448131

>in 2020
what's high school like these days

>> No.22448138

USO1 is the new name for USO contracts after the reverse split. Except USO is at $20+ last I saw so figuratively that should be printing.

>> No.22448142

This is why I could never bang a tranny. Look at the hips, stomach, and upper legs. Very obviously a man's body. Now a blowjob on the other hand I would still very gladly accept. That way it's not gay.

>> No.22448157


t. Dude living in California and would likely move to another state if I was financially rich.

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>> No.22448183

Reading all these jellymad replies to this is hilarious.

>> No.22448184

im scared

>> No.22448185

Retail can't buy those options and nobody else wants them so they're worthless.

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Don’t let them bully you anon. You’ll be rich before you know it

>> No.22448224

You think they're still holding?

>> No.22448233

I am finiciallly ruined

>> No.22448236
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>what's a broker?

>> No.22448246

Should I lift?

>> No.22448256

>try to expand your public transport
>the only thing it achieves is giving homeless people access to more and more cities to completely fuck over, driving up the costs to the city as they try to deal with them
t. californian

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20 minutes to movie night! Not sure what we're shewing yet, could be a lotta things :o

>> No.22448275

Only if you have your own weights and save yourself a gym membership so you can buy more dips.

>> No.22448302

The Nice Guys was really good

>> No.22448333
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>not sure
we're watching JOOTG

>> No.22448335

I’m excited

>> No.22448342
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I developed a BBC fetish when I was brainwashed into accepting interracial and gay shit. I started becoming gay for BBC and even watching them have sex with white women in porn I mean. I started downloading gay dating apps and even hooked up with a few gay black guys. Almost all the ones I met were scrawny not very masculine at all or muscular. They looked weaker than me. I had bought into an utter delusion. I always ask for their dick pics on grindr. I have literally NEVER seen some huge horse hung black cock. I've asked hundreds of black men to see their dicks. The BBC porn stars literally get surgery use all kinds of weird shit skinny ass guys and tiny girls with weird camera angles to make their dicks look huge. I had a pretty small-framed gf and my cock looked massive just like their's from some angles in front of her face. No one needs to feel insecure or threatened by big black cocks. It's literally all Jewish brainwashing bullshit. These gay niggers would send me super zoomed up pictures of their dicks and I could always tell. They'd have 5 or 6 inch dicks and give me catfish measurements claiming to be 9 and 10 inches. Honestly fucking pathetic liars. But anyway I deserve to be gassed for the shit I've done. I hope no one ever finds out and I can cure myself of this fetish I started before I was ever redpilled. The huge majority of niggers have tiny dicks. All the guys I let fuck me had like maybe 1 inch on me tops. Black guys don't have huge dicks it's Jewish propaganda because no one would touch ugly ass gorilla faced shitskin niggers unless they had huge horse cocks that make them seem masculine. I feel for this trick but after years I'm like holy shit BBC is basically nonexistent. I was brainwashed.

>> No.22448349

You can exercise it so the market makers are forced to hand over the shares rather than playing unfairly and not give you an accurate value. After you just sell the shares on the market. HOWEVER I have no idea on exact shares you'll get or if $6 really is how much you're paying per share

>> No.22448361

I started lifting after I watched an anime 13 years ago

>> No.22448363

That's a good point, I'll have to look into that.

>> No.22448376

Cringe and redpilled

>> No.22448382
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Welp, nevermind

>> No.22448384
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I hope they Get the flu vaccine

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Why is there always garbage and piss and mold in the background?

>> No.22448406

Californians don't want the flu vaccine because they are anti-vax now. They suddenly don't trust science, because obviously Trump has tampered with them and they are dangerous. I'm serious, this is what they are saying

>> No.22448421



>> No.22448425

We’ll be sure you take yours. Do it for science.

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>> No.22448436

Take a closer look you will want to make sure you're not getting btfod by taking it. Lemme see a screenshot of the page with the contract.

>> No.22448440

Should I just take the hint from ARKK and buy TSLA myself?

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I haven't seen it, I like Ryan Gozzle
Uhhhh, we can watch it if the class learns Russian real quick...

>> No.22448449

>Canadian anything

No thanks.

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movie movie movie movie

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Movie night movie night! Get in here!

>> No.22448546

snowflake. its backed by buffet. its going to SKYROCKET. i'm going to buy the ipo offering i can and sell at 100% before the inevitable dip.

>> No.22448653

How do I buy an IPO before it rockets?
Just buy through broker at 9:30 on the day, or is too late by then?

>> No.22448655

Hmmm feels like im missing something. Can you do an expanded screenshot? Does it tell you how many shares you are entitled to?

>> No.22448659

When does it go public to autists like me?

>> No.22448664

Also what were these contracts before the reverse split? Like what was the strike price?

>> No.22448665

Put a Market Order in for it before Market Open and it will be bought right away

>> No.22448666

you know why, anon. you know.

>> No.22448672

really depends on your broker if they can get the ipo offerings. sometimes it's worth having multiple brokers for this. FYI lots of times there are minimum buy in. i.e you must invest certain amount of cash or buy certain amount of stocks

>> No.22448677

What do they even do?

>> No.22448680

>but muh efficient market hypothesis
A financial economist and passionate defender of the EMH was walking down the street with a friend. The friend stops and says: "Look, there is a $20 bill on the ground." The economist turns and says: "Boy, this must be our lucky day! Better pick that up quickly because the market is so efficient it won't be there for long. Finding a $20 bill lying around happens so infrequently that it would be foolish to spend our time searching for more of them. Certainly, after assigning a value to the time spent in the effort, an 'investment' in trying to find money lying on the street just waiting to be picked up would be a poor one. I am certainly not aware of anyone who has achieved wealth by 'mining' beaches with metal detectors or scouring sidewalks." When he had finished, they both looked down and the $20 bill was gone.

>> No.22448689

>Californians don't want the flu vaccine
>but they'll take the covid vaccine because they're hypochondriacs


>> No.22448704

Doesn't that put me in a queue? I suppose with a $75 or $80 limit I'd be safe.

>> No.22448712

>How do I buy an IPO before it rockets?
this is what I'm wondering too. CHWY last year went above $40 on its IPO from $22. Then of course it immediately traded flat after the first day to dip towards $22 as per the usual IPO pattern. Facebook was similar, eventually going down almost -50% in the short-term.

like all previous IPOs seem to be a bad idea to get into early on, but there's no denying that getting in on the actual IPO price can make for a very nice quick flip EOD. Seems like the market has extremely short-term memory on how IPOs dump hard afterwards even if they are good picks that eventually moon to 2x of the IPO price eventually.

>> No.22448726

I just don't want to get in at 9:31 and pay $150.

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fuck if I know but apple is hiring people that knows snowflake.

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you know what buffet also backed? theranos.

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This is the only other info they give. It's Robinhood after all. (ꏿ﹏ꏿ;)

>> No.22448752

>$27-30 next week on nothing
>$40 on contract partial deal, week after
>trump tweets about workhorse (again), in 3 weeks, $50-60
>wkhs gets full usps contract as other part either drops out or no longer interested as wkhs, $60+
>$100+ towards end of year on just bull market strength
>before summer, bought out by amazon just for the patents alone for $500+

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>> No.22448760

Until first earnings, IPOs are swing city. For investing you want IPO + 3 months (first earnings) or IPO + 6 (typical insider vested options timeframe)
Statistically speaking, most tickers go to zero. And of those most are on declines starting from first earnings until eventually being delisted. If you want to invest you might want a small exposure to it after the first few weeks but then sit on your hands until first earnings. If it does well and moons it likely will keep doing that for many more quarters.

>> No.22448769

i don't give a shit. all i care about (and assuming everyone here on smg) is making a quick buck. which this should be easy when this ipo goes public on wednesday

>> No.22448802

data science - AI, machine learning, data storage and querying

>> No.22448804

Honestly I don't even remember, it doesn't even show purchase history for the option anymore. I bought these back in March, I didn't anticipate I would have to deal with a stock split of USO.

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>mfw tech companies in the nwo start mandatory vaccinations for employees
>mfw tech companies lower salaries for employees leaving the valley and bay area
>mfw tech companies hire anti union agents and get caught and hide listings

Keep worshiping big tech normans.

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>and then anon woke up from his dream

>> No.22448834

god i hope i make it in the stock market soon enough to avoid the dystopian wagie cagie future.

>> No.22448836

Yeah but can I buy it at $75 and flip it during the day one hype?
A comment on SA implies no, too much interest means it'll open at a crazy high.
>The hype will cause the opening print to be well north of $100+ imo. I wouldn't be surprised to see this Snowflake IPO open at $150.

>> No.22448852

screenshot this post, print it out, frame it,
then smash your skull against it until you pass out when it all comes true
i still have 7500 shares since $4

>> No.22448872

So memes. AI memes. A few CxO club frens read the GPT3 auto-generated articles and all the sudden the oracle of Omaha buys a data warehouse company with a front end to some pretrained models. The future is retarded.

>> No.22448875

>Yeah but can I buy it at $75 and flip it during the day one hype?
You are fighting hundreds of algos. So who knows. The first 48 hours are the most swingy of all.

>> No.22448897

And for yyqtreason i wouldnt touch it. Not to mention i have no idea what they even do.

>> No.22448898

Im Jewish

>> No.22448912

This looks like it was pulled directly from a stock twits bull.

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>> No.22448964

at first I thought I was watching power rangers and then there is blood. wtf is this shit

>> No.22448965

>no idea what they even do
"data warehouse-as-a-service"
Everyone making fun of Buffet but he's right, this can scale and be around for a long time.
Limit it is.

>> No.22448967

This movie is retarded.

>> No.22448969

Can you warn us before the markets crash, thanks.

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literally just getting started. god help us.

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hey where do we watch the movie?

>> No.22449010

IPOs are garbage. If the company is actually good there's no reason why you can't wait a couple of years and see their reports.
TWTR could've been seen like free money but it is trading bellow IPO right now.

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>> No.22449015

>Understanding IPO Price
>The IPO price is the official price that the investment bank underwriting the deal will use to sell to the large institutional investors for the first trade of the stock. However, individuals also have the opportunity to purchase at the IPO price under special conditions. In particular, if you have a stock trading account at the same bank that is underwriting the IPO.
>For example, Morgan Stanley was the lead underwriter of the Facebook IPO in its 2012 debut. It allowed some of its clients to purchase at the $38 per share opening trade. Unfortunately, many of those investors lost money as the stock dipped precipitously in the months following the IPO.
>Post-market Action
>After the IPO stock has begun trading, it can be bought or sold just as any other stock. In fact, on the first day of trading it is often easier to buy the stock due to the high number of shares bought and sold (or liquidity). For example, during Facebook's IPO in 2012 more than 80 million shares were bought and sold in the first 30 seconds through high-speed computer trading. Any investor with access to a stockbroker or trading account can purchase shares on the open market for the rest of the day.

>> No.22449023

where can i watch this? is it on tradingview? thank you

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prepare how ??

>> No.22449057

FPX Nickel is sitting at $0.78 after running from $0.14 in May.

There are analyst predicts for $1 and $1.4 and there's likely more growth beyond that. If you look at their nickel project it blows Giga out of the water. $1.7 billion after-tax NPV and a 35 year mine life.

There's murmurs that the company can be bought out for between $1 and $5 and that's totally believable.

>> No.22449065

kek multiply current by 100x. they are nerfing the numbers.

>> No.22449094

for a massive hurricane. sally is said to become a hurricane which if combined with the postential depresion forming in the gulf could double barrel texas wrecking oil. paulette and rene just prepare for stocks in those areas if it goes north prepare for a market red day.

>> No.22449102

>west coast btfo by fire for next 6 weeks
>east coast btfo by water for next 6 weeks
>all cities btfo by riots


>> No.22449110

huh? this is permanent loss. looks reasonable to me. it hasn't peaked

>> No.22449111

So there’s over 300 million unemployed persons in the US? This thread gets stupider by the day.

>> No.22449137

i find this thread useful as an inverse. when i post my ideas and get no replies, usually turns out to be solid.

>> No.22449153

SPACs to hold?


>> No.22449207
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Who else is waiting for a long and comfy hold?

These guys specialize in home forclosure, it’s a year or two oit but the minute I see the 50ma pointing up I’m throwing some decent cash at it. Easy 10x at least looking at their earning in 2011ish. 2021 and 22 will be epic gainz here (they own/run hubzu)

>> No.22449239

why mess with penny shit stocks when u can just short home builders?

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Already got my long and comfy hold. Holding a comfortable 500% gain with a high liklihood of another double. Wouldn't be surprised to see $1.4+. At least $1 by the end of the year.

>> No.22449280

What’s your favorite way to short?

Does nail etf have an inverse?

>> No.22449282

Probably not the best idea to short home builders when there’s an impending urban exodus.

>> No.22449284

>the minute I see the 50ma pointing up
Give me a holler. Isn't there a decent chance of bankruptcy?
>Adj. EBITDA of -$2.1M vs. $19.5M in year ago quarter due to lower adjusted operating income (-$4.8M vs. $15.5M).
>At the end of Q2, cash and equivalents of $68.2M and $30.0 million of investment in equity securities.
According to
Do your own DD, obviously.

>> No.22449330

Yeah those numbers don't look good.

>> No.22449338
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It’s a gamble for sure, however if foreclosures are allowed to happen end of the year business will boom. That’s the main reason I’m staying out until I see the foreclose numbers pick up. Nobody is paying so the hammer has to drop at some point.

Appreciate the input anon.

>> No.22449369

idk but shouldn't this be ez to google up? i feel shorting would get u bigger gains than holding a thinly traded penny stock

>> No.22449394

Hurricane don't blow far enough to hit me. I do have popcorn though.

>> No.22449409

>if foreclosures are allowed to happen
i think the gov and fed will continue to prop everything up as long as possible. who knows when it'll stop working.

>> No.22449419

Just based on history I think we'll welfare our way out of the eviction and foreclosure crisis. The market has priced this in.
Of course the market has also priced in Denny's bankruptcy. You can arbitrage that uncertainty but you have to be right.
Watching the 50 day EMA is actually a great idea. Someone on /smg/ told me to ride the wave you expect, but only from 50-80%. Less profit, way less risk.

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>> No.22449461

I said great idea but I also want to say I'm a shoeshine boy and TA is a meme. Welfare OTOH is not a meme. Doesn't matter who's in office.

>> No.22449503

Bake at 300 yes?
I'm going to do it.

>> No.22449510

I don’t see then being able to hold it together long enough.

Debt to gdp is already passed even Greek fiat farmer levels as of late. They have to let some of the pressure off and fed balance sheet is clearly rolling over and either staying flat or maybe even downsize a bit.

We’ll see but like you said playing it super safe and just waiting for a huge bull marker like the 50ma daily

>>22449369 going to be completely honest here anon, I don’t know how to short a stock on webull lol...so far all I do is swing trade off qqq. Line goes up I go into tqqq line goes down, I sell tqqq buy sqqq

Trying to expand my horizons here and I saw tons of upside 10x easy BUT they have to hold it together while they bleed because their business is essentially illegal at this point. That’s a lot of pent up demand though if they can make it. Waiting for confirmation for sure.

>> No.22449515

to add to this, there's a floor and a ceiling, and we'll bounce between the two for who knows how long. i don't think we'll retest march bottom, but we could be on our way to half way there. permanent job loss uptrend is scary

>> No.22449536

Migrate when ready






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>Someone on /smg/ told me to ride the wave you expect, but only from 50-80%. Less profit, way less risk.
That was probably me. It was the hardest psychological thing for me to overcome in the learning process. First couple years I HAD to try for 100% of the move. I lead me down the terrible road of knife catching trying to get the exact bottom. Instead if you laser in on the juicy and low risk middle portion, you can make good trades repeatedly, over and over and over.

thank you for baking

>> No.22449572

learn options. it's an essential tool. i only learned it in recent month, and i love it. buy puts when volatility is low. u have to pay close attention. my last short was QQQ puts bought on sep 2, which turned out to be 10x. puts can be very rewarding.

>> No.22449577

I'm not in cash right now if that tells you anything.
I left some comments about why I'm a permabull earlier ITT.

>> No.22449593

>my last short was QQQ puts bought on sep 2, which turned out to be 10x
wow nice job! that's a killer trade.

>> No.22449605

Many thanks. I made money on UVXY thanks to you, and many moves in the future I'm sure. I still look at that green mountain and feel great that I captured a chunk of it and gtfo.

>> No.22449633

I’ll have to do that, I’m just waiting to get better at charts, trends etc with the basics first and to show profit. So far my basic strategy of swinging is great.

I have a decent amount of cash 70k so I can make ok money by just putting in 10k into tqqq or sqqq moving so much as of late. Easy 5% a day playing both sides I’m very happy with it

This is awesome advice, some I wish I learned earlier. I always wanted to be the narcissistic asshole who got 100% of the move. Now catching a cozy 80% is a happy day for sure.

>> No.22449921

Fuck Florida, Fuck coastal Texas.

>> No.22450066

That pic...
>I coughed on my back row, so you can't promote your pawn without risking the coof.