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>> No.28743191

SOS, MARA and RIOT dip

>> No.28743220

I'm not quite sure if these are exactly the same type. With knock-out-certificates the issuer covers a set percentage of the underlying. So if the certificate has a leverage of 5 and the underlying changes by 1%, the certificate increases or decreases by 5%. In this case if the underlying drops by 20%, the knock-out is activated and you suffer a total loss. Upside of this is that you can't suffer a greater loss than what you put in but have a greater chance for profit.
I have 300-400 bucks at the moment and wanted to try these out for a long time now. I'm pretty bullish on Nvidia, Teradyne, First Solar and TSMC and think I'll choose three with leverages between 3 and 5.

>> No.28743229
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>yfw you didn't fall for shitcoins

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>> No.28743272

shill me on NOU.V and graphie

>> No.28743303

Time to short Tesla?

>> No.28743348

All in ETH...I still want some shitcoins though maybe ATOM or HBAR

fuckin stocks i gotta watch the line somehow

>> No.28743353

aluminum shortage soon laddies, auto industry has been bottlenecked by shipping and chipmakers that's ending soon

>> No.28743368
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simple as.

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People trade the based on markets. Jews trade based on futures. Blacks trade based on pasts.
>also buy BILI

>> No.28743415
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SOS god kings report in

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>> No.28743461


They have manganese and graphite(graphano) spinoff. Best of both worlds.

>> No.28743541

>backtesting is for niggers
K den.

>> No.28743573

I watched that interview as well. Big for graphite if true.

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AEZS bros....it'll go back up, right?

>> No.28743581

Which one has more room to run?
I'm probably fucked though since unless my bags pump this week I won't have a new cash infusion to buy them up until Friday.

>> No.28743584
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>Cryptocucks getting obliterated
>Meanwhile my broad-market ETFs are preserving my wealth while my commodity extractor stocks notch steady gains

>> No.28743595

30 shares, Need more. am poor

i hear alarms in the distacne\
save me bros
like blaring horns
not ambulances

>> No.28743620

Interesting. So, assuming they don't have a definite end date, that's basically your broker offering you custom leveraged ETFs. Neat.

>> No.28743650
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I have 4x the gains of scoops, because I went all in on SOXL in late March with every liquid dollar I could scrounge

If I wasn't such a shit day trader, and I hadn't just paid for a remodel, I'd probably be a millionaire by now and generation wealthy in 2-3

>> No.28743695

Daily reminder SLV is worthless. Silver is a great investment right now, but not SLV.

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kinda miss wsb discord

>> No.28743722

Is bog on this list?

>> No.28743738


How do you think this will affect the stonk exchange oh comfy wise boomer?

>> No.28743739


>> No.28743742

can i write a call for one expiration date at price x and a put for a different expiration date at price y for the same stock? assume that i'm covered on both legs. i'm assuming i can but idk the proper term for it.

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>Silk Road

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asked this in the previous thread, but got archived before i got an answer. i'm new to stocks and i was wondering, which broker should i use? i know not to use robinhood lol

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Based and SOXLpilled

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>> No.28743854

Damn good edit OP.

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>> No.28743873
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>Anime avatar
Could see it coming from a mile away

>> No.28743879

tdameritrade is pretty good (they're being acquired by schwab though) and so is fidelity.
of the two, i use TDA because its got a much better user interface.

>> No.28743894

I've had nothing but good experiences with Charles Schwab.

>> No.28743899
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Robinhood has by far the best interface
Thinkorswim/TD is my secondary broker

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>13 shares of SOXL

>> No.28743996

Merill edge
any bank broker
all the same jew malarchy

>> No.28744077
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My portfolio has dropped $500 in conversion from USD to AUD just in the past 4 hours because of the USD eating shit. Oh GOD I can't FUCKING WAIT for the market to open it's going to pump SO HARD

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Webull is chinese spyware

>> No.28744083

Soxl Chad pushed us sooo hard in April May. With I think 200k or so of soxl. Never stayed in it. Always swung it. Max regret. I know exactly how I would play another crash. Hence why we will not have another crash

>> No.28744097

RH is fine to use, they literally just ran out of collateral to cover trades

>> No.28744154

WTF I'm all in on chinese stocks now?

>> No.28744203
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BILI is calling you home

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>> No.28744225

I use RH for meme stocks because it's convenient to quickly do trades when I'm on the toilet at work. ETrade for long term investments.

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robinhood is good to learn on. put some $ in and just start doing it.

>> No.28744236

Graphite is necessary to make lithium batteries. Lithium battery demand is only going to go up from here. Nouveau Monde just cracked a deal to open what will be the largest graphite mine in North America, reporting exceptionally high purity and operating according to Canadian health and safety standards. Buy and hold. Don't expect it to raise quickly unless people try to pump it. If it DOES get pumped, sell and get back in later.

>> No.28744243

What stage in the cycle are we at


>> No.28744265

I wanna buy SOS but my brooker isn't listing it. Is it cause I am using Passfolio? (not american so I have to use that to invest from Brazil)

>> No.28744278

BTC hardly moved. Short TSLA if you want to swing.

>> No.28744347

Yeah basically. Most of them are open ended but I think the knock-outs are adjusted regularly on those ones. I tried to tap into them last year and then of course chose BABA right before they crashed and got knocked out. Now I'll choose something a little more save and I think semiconductors and solar stocks will keep rising for a little while now.

>> No.28744395

I'd be lying if I said that shitcoins weren't interesting, but the shitcoin people are quite despicable. Almost as insufferable as kikes.

>> No.28744402

Sorry to inform you everything that's not running under linux kernel is spyware.
The data can be bought by anyone, chinese or whatever.

Disregard my post in case you are joking.

>> No.28744424

This is the top

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>> No.28744506
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this weekend is too long. I'm fucking bored

Also UUUU and DNN will boom

>> No.28744533

This otter eats chicken strips

>> No.28744574

מכת בכורות

>> No.28744584

Lol steel reserve is for ghetto trash

>> No.28744610
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I switched from rabbihood to TDA. Rabbihood has a very user-friendly interface, but TDA's interface gives you a lot more to work with. I'm happy I switched and appreciate the anons that helped me last month when I asked where to move my poorfagolio.

>> No.28744656

Just checked this shit. I am a big fan of small caps sub $10 with wacky volatility.

This shit has volatility at 200%+. I think selling covered calls on SOS is the move. Feb 19 7.50 C's trading at a 1.15 per share premium lmfao. That would be an instant ~15.5% on a 5 day investment.

I think I will scoop at least 100 shares of SOS tomorrow and sell calls. Looks like free money with volatility this high.

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im bored

>> No.28744690

How will that impact TDA users? Do you think they'll make a bunch of unnecessary changes to the UI? Will there be jewish tricks to jew me out of shekels?

>> No.28744739

I would buy AQB if this otter couldn't tell the difference between mutant giga salmon and God's own salmon.

>> No.28744754

The taste is simply angelic. Goes down so smooth and the plastic just adds to its charm. You feel a bit dirty drinking it

>> No.28744761

why is general electric so far down lol
i mean it's a pretty easy swing but

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>being this jealous of SOXL chads

>> No.28744793

Don't know what to do without the market and green lines tomorrow. I guess I'll go to work?

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>sold SOS at closing because 3 day weekend

>> No.28744811

>just ran out of collateral
Yes, no big deal. It simply interfered with millions of shares being traded across numerous positions and fucked with prices.

>> No.28744858

You guys have jobs?!

>> No.28744879

Does she have a date tonight? If not, I'm free.

>> No.28744916

with the whole work from home thing, it barely feels like it

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>hidden stocks
No no that doesn't exist lmao that's impossible

>> No.28744933

we won the game with SOXL. If I knew all I had to do coming out of high school was to wageslave for a few years at Costco or something and then invest in soxl, fngu, or tqqq I'd be a multi millionaire by now

>> No.28744965


Can I please get a 6% drop on stocks this week?
We got the worst winter ever, Texas is locked down, oil is going to wreck the economy at 80 a barrel by end of week thanks Biden, we aren't even hearing the MORE act till April this retard wants to prioritize gun control. I just please Stocksama go down so I can get in out of 100% cash.

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>holding onto thousands of shares of literal penny stocks until the end of time in the hopes they go over one dollar

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>> No.28745099
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2 scoops had a good run but SOXL chads run the game now

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How could this happen to me?
I've made my mistakes
I bought MARA calls that expire next week
I can't remember how
I can't remember why
I'm crying here tonight

And I can't stand the pain
And I can't make it go away
No I can't stand the pain

>> No.28745225

Look up DGTW. Now try to find out whether the CEO is alive and why all known shareholders show up on the passenger manifest for the Titanic.

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bros the USD is absolutely tanking right now I'm down $1000 on my conversion rate. TUESDAY IS GOIN TO BE YUGE

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Here's some comfy thread theme for you guys:

I hope you had a warm night. Imma head to bed now.

>> No.28745319

>check sos on stockwits
>literally 700 bullish posts in a row, not a single bearish

What is even the point of this shit

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Dude please, I translated it and almost shit my pants.
Holy fuck...

>> No.28745351

>You guys have jobs?!
I do, but hopefully in a year I can quit. I work every other 7 days, doctorfag. In my early 40's. My lifestyle is modest, my car is 15 years old and idgara. Stonk gains have been great in the last year. Plus my already large 401k, even with late start due to medical training being so fucking long. You're all invited to my "I just quit" party.

>> No.28745353

pumpers pumping pumpers

>> No.28745417

That's where the CLFtranny mainly shills when it's not here, that should tell you everything you need to know about stocktwits

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>this kills the scoops

>> No.28745425

Uh no sweaty that's conspiracy theory from insurrectionists

>> No.28745449

What's the best way to go long on oil?

>> No.28745456

Doesn't work until it does.

>> No.28745491
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>getting scammed by Lumfag

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Never sat right with me how we take some of our best and brightest, then mentally crush and physically exhaust them with those workloads. Sincerely rooting for you, medfag.

But anon, they have no bank accounts!

>> No.28745562

A female broker.

>> No.28745613

I still need to be a wagie, at least for now. If I quadruple what I have now...

>> No.28745641

Don't use Robinhood. They will stop you from selling if the market is crashing. They did that last year during March.

>> No.28745679

Dimes after next hearing lads

>> No.28745703

did they actually

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>> No.28745759

I was able to buy and sell puts just fine

>> No.28745768

why did i laugh so hard at pic

>> No.28745808

Robinhood has a surprisingly high rate of connection errors during corrections despite traffic being relatively unchanged.

>> No.28745831

try translating this

>> No.28745926


Buy Physical.

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This is normal for crypto to do this. They will all be back to normal eod

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fuck, I need to go deeper

>> No.28746064

should I sell my NTDOY to buy more Suncor
what the fuck crude oil WTI is at $60!!!!!!!

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>> No.28746095

>Never sat right with me how we take some of our best and brightest, then mentally crush and physically exhaust them with those workloads. Sincerely rooting for you, medfag.
Honestly, the residency horror is (mostly) necessary. But it does suck. Most of the crap we burn out on is paperwork bullshit that does nothing for patient care, is required due to (((lawyers))), and just miles thick nonsense. Like electronic medical records. Great idea, but then throw in 5 pages of auto-populated bullshit to "prove" you looked at it, and you have yet another shitty soap note with 5 lines out of 500 that are actually informative.

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i left beer in my trunk and the bottles exploded from freezing

>> No.28746235

The translator kinda breaks, something about an old king of israel.
Am I on a watchlist now?

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are you the one making these edits fellow Tinny poster?

>> No.28746295

PLTR will reach $100 EOM inshallah.

>> No.28746307

aww man dude idiot!

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>> No.28746349

I'll pour one out for you, Texan.

>> No.28746386

Is CCIV a scam?

>> No.28746423

Robinhoods IPO is going to be absolutely hilarious

>> No.28746430

>i left beer in my trunk and the bottles exploded from freezing
Kek I took some cheap champagne to friends party once, but it wasn't cold, so we put it in the freezer. Forgot about it. They open freezer two days later...
Sucked at the time for them, but funny after the fact of course.

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There are currently 5 companies that have been funded by the CIA's private funding arm that are publicly traded and have not been bought out.

>> No.28746455

Yes suncor is set to explode any day now. It is a gift at these prices. I am personally all in. Easy double by summer.

>> No.28746471


the biotechs of this year

dropped it here
pick it up at will.

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Please continue, I love these, all the OC here reminds me of the old days, the Quack edits and SOXL news reports are hilarious too

>> No.28746498

Idk man, I still think they're going to kill it. The public has an extremely short term memory and that shit is basically a gaming app for new investors.

>> No.28746525

Buy signal

>> No.28746531 [DELETED] 

>sub 3 sharpe
>10 years for 80x
NGMI, that CAGR is my monthly

>> No.28746550

based timeless boomer wisdom

>> No.28746600

>let's select the best performing asset classes backward looking and pretend they're good investments going forward

>> No.28746606

Teach us senpai

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So no /smg/ update this weekend. Damn, he quit that shit fast.

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That fucked over the bears though, those crashes that robinhood had forced people to hold while the market went up on those days
All the people with puts were kvetching

>> No.28746732

I don't really know. I don't feel there is much to it personally.

>> No.28746763

to be fair theres not much to keep track of anymore its impossible

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Any calls for AQB?

>> No.28746840

can someone explain this meme to me, some guy lost money on gamestop I guess?

>> No.28746905

Only through sept

>> No.28746962

Tinny died for your gainz

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Since this is your first week here, welcome. Now stfu and lurk more.

>> No.28746976

Blackpool calls looked kinda weak

SAW SOS so was happy

>> No.28747145

Charles Schwab has been pretty good, although their site is kinda dated.

How old is that kid, and didn't he end up executing the guy?

>> No.28747154

you shut your whore mouth I've been here since MVIS was still a pennystock now explain the meme to me you dip

>> No.28747171

I owned it for about 48 hours last week. Absolutely the strangest thing I've ever purchased.

>> No.28747195

What are your holds we can reverse engineer

>> No.28747263

Robinhood, Merril, Etrade all blocked buy orders on GME. Avoid.

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That's the kpop schizo Tinny, and we can't figure out if he necked after he lost the last of his money on poorly timed AMC calls or if he's now the chink stocks shill/bot

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So you haven't visited since June? Tinny lost 40k on gamestop. Our fellow schizo kpop poster. Some say he still lurks. But this is just speculation. He disappeared not too long ago.

>> No.28747298

>Charles Schwab has been pretty good, although their site is kinda dated.
How are they regarding OTC stocks? I'm looking for zero commission and no restrictions or as few as possible. I have other brokers for regular stocks and options

>> No.28747313

>you shut your whore mouth I've been here since MVIS was still a pennystock now explain the meme to me you dip
Shit I lost a few hundred on MVIS last summer. Glad for whatever anons are making it now with it.

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Demon slayer season 2 is canceled. That is all

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He went from 40k to $680.

>> No.28747368

wtf is left..? schwab

>> No.28747399

Can someone post the Tinny TiK Tom I cant seem to find it

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>implying some of us stonkfags arent getting dumped on either

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He did make that bet with that one anon saying he wouldn't ever come back here if he lost, even though he still did, but everyone who's gone gone to /mu/ to ask the other kpop retards if they've seen him havent had any luck

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He is free now

>> No.28747413

Hmmm, I reckon it's similar to SOXL and TQQQ strategies. These simple more strategic plays can give really great rewards and compounding.

I guess if anything it's just about that. For instance I routinely think AAPL investors are the geniuses of the current market. Did investing a lot into AAPL over the past 20 years take a billion IQ, yet anyone who did with any sort of leverage has had incredible compounding gains.

Even long-short portfolios are really just trying to abuse leverage in a hidden way. Though I find that portfolio strategy pretty terrible. I guess if anything, it's adjusting portfolio construction rapidly to changing conditions. Maybe most investors stick to one construction strategy too much and don't vary / reshape their portfolio enough to optimize for the market they are in.

I can distinctly remember using a multitude of different portfolio construction shapes all during the 2020 including pre-post covid to match what was happening. I think there is a lot of room in that for innovation possibly.

The other thing is extreme simplification of ideas and then rigorous "thought exercise" to confirm the position and strategy as the main strat rather than scouring SEC pages or constructing elaborate excel sheets. A simple good idea is really enough.

>> No.28747418

eTard has been good for me. No commissions on regular exchanges. 5 bucks (4.95) for OTC orders, 50 cents for each option trade. I have PM & AH trading, etc. They've been good to me.

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>> No.28747425

>Demon slayer season 2 is canceled. That is all
Is it really? You got a link for that?
It wasn’t a very good anime. Seemed kinda destined to be another Naruto, One Piece, or Bleach

>> No.28747445

Td ameritrade is great, get the ThinkorSwim app. They’re part of schwabb so they don’t run out of money like RH

>> No.28747452

Thanks anon

>> No.28747485

hey guys i'm brand new to investing. i cannot understand why everyone's so upset today whatsoever. i invested for the first time the other day. bitcoin, $200au. i feel fine... i know it had a little dip... so what???

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only big dicked brokerages are trading GME. Fidelity and Schwab might be doing it too.

>> No.28747502

Thanks. We're on the same page then

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The survivorship bias here is still stupidly high.

>> No.28747531

I don’t have a link for it because I was lying lol. I like Demon Slayer. I don’t care what the other people say

>> No.28747556

does anyone here use merrill edge? I need to switch from robinhood, and I bank w/ bofa, so it seems natural

>> No.28747559

Fairly certain Schwab blocked it too

>> No.28747575

>Robinhood, Merril, Etrade all blocked buy orders on GME

What, still?

>> No.28747587

>i know it had a little dip... so what???

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this is a stock market thread you upside down cunt, the entirety of the rest of this board is for crypto

>> No.28747627

no I don't think they did

>> No.28747645

Why the fuck were they worth so much in 2000?

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Fidelity has it wide open.

>> No.28747703

fuck it's all mumbo jumbo to me. is there a crypto general??

>> No.28747754

what do you mean '?????' ??????
i'm not worried because i just have to wait a bit and it'll come back up. are you coin grabbers scared of having to wait a little while?

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/smg/ update?

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>> No.28747803

>The survivorship bias here is still stupidly high.
That's why everybody should just buy leveraged ETFs and hold. Buy more with every paycheck. It's not "survivorship bias" when literally everybody that does the same thing gets rich simultaneously. The only rational deviation for a fire and forget strategy is exactly how much leverage. If you're risk averse, use SSO or QLD. You'll still make it eventually. If you throw caution to the wind then load up on SOXL, TQQQ, TECL, FNGU, the works. Knock yourself out. That's what the 3x ETF shills have been trying to say all along. Everybody has a ticket to the ride and while naturally the market goes up and down in the short and medium term, nobody gets dumped on (in the long term).

>> No.28747849

Only those with the best meme stocks will survive. And I shall continue to be smug until the power of my memes fails.

>> No.28747865

Is it a bad time to buy GEVO, AQB, and SOS? Don’t wanna jump on a meme when I want long term hold.

>> No.28747939

Schwab did let me buy the Manga Sex Energy Corp, but I'm not sure if that's OTC or listed in Tokyo.

>> No.28747947

I use Schwab, and I think you can still buy GME, but they've upped the requirements for trading it on margin.

>> No.28747953

oh no my chainlink tokens are only worth $30 each what will I do

>> No.28747957


Yeah nothing spectacular. Pretty much religiously avoid anything that even slightly upsets my "taste" or seems a bit opaque to my common sense. FB is ATM covered called completely for instance because I'm not the biggest fan but it's cheap, even then I am just harvesting premium from the position.

A lot of the gains are probably more to do with adjusting to the absurd market conditions very quickly and understanding the macro trends well. I intentionally miss out on opportunities just to trade less and safer, such as completely ignoring the "Reopen" nonsense

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Gevo will continue to rise fren.

>> No.28748010

accumulate GEVO
avoid mutant fish

>> No.28748021

Shit’s looking sketchy the way BTC is going...

>> No.28748076

The spooky part is it having a price of $9.11 on September 11th. Didn't change once, despite having a six figure volume.

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>> No.28748112

*Right now* it does. Robinhood removed restrictions from it too. People are talking about back when it mattered, not right now.

>> No.28748139

I was leaning toward Schwab but now I'm pretty much convinced. I just wanna call them up, talk to whichever female broker is available and tell her to put me all in on Manga Sex Energy Corp. Then hang up

>> No.28748202

First crypto cycle?

Don't forget the referral bonus: https://www.schwab.com/public/schwab/nn/refer-client.html

>> No.28748203

The one thing I still don't understand is how hedge funds don't get 50%+ a year regularly. It actually doesn't make sense to me.

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>> No.28748239

Yeah, actually. This can be expected, then?

>> No.28748264

For CCIV do I sell the merger confirmation or let it run until the merger date? I'm thinking of HYLN where it ran up until the merger date

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>/smg/ update?

What? What kind of update do you want? I’m not the /smg/ update guy.

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let it run until the night before the merger. Don't get beared.

>> No.28748344

I mean if we could get an update to stop SPLIT THREADS that would be good

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>> No.28748399


Late 2013 and late 2017, for several months in either direction. Look at the charts, actually study them. Calculate the % swings and timeframes to recovery.

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Prolly still matters. I suspect that the shorts are not at all covered. I just don’t know when the borrowed shares are due to the lender.

>> No.28748413

They claim it's because they aren't actually targeting a specific return and don't consider the S&P a benchmark for them. Instead they say their objective is to remain market neutral (hence the hedge in the name) to make money no matter what the macroeconomic circumstances.
Of course this is just spin since they regularly lose money in a down market (just look at Bridgewater in March). Yet a lot of rich dentist types fall for the marketing and like the conceit and glamor of being a "sophisticated investor" that pisses money away on underperforming 2 and 20 hedge clowns when they'd make twice as much with a Vanguard ETF.

>> No.28748423

I'm thinking about doing that but I'm afraid it will drop off after the DA since it's ran so high off rumors

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I made the mistake of holding when Canoo merged. I was up in the morning and lost my ass off 30 minutes after open. I got fucking dumped on

>> No.28748505

>hedge funds don't get 50%+ a year regularly. It actually doesn't make sense to me.
Some of them do. Also what's important to take into consideration is that while these huge investment firms don't make WOAH +1000% BETTER TAKE A SCREENSHOT :OOOO gains they make double digit percentages on billions of dollars while rarely losing money which is a lot harder. Also their returns on equity are absurd, like in the six digit percentage range.

>> No.28748512

Have you tried talking to management? I worked last night to stop the 50 splits that were up at once, but to no avail. It was like herding cats.

Also, talk to the update guy. Post a nice anime image with your plea and he will probably see it. Unless he’s sleeping or some shit

>> No.28748527

I’ll give it a look. Thanks for the heads up, much appreciated.

>> No.28748533

The good ones do. Hedge funds are just like retail traders. There are good ones, there are savants in the top whatever percentile, then there are the mediocre ones that copy the good ones with a 3 month lag from 13F reports.

>> No.28748565

Just bought some coke from a 65 year old man in a suit driving a mini van, gonna go hit the strip and gamble away my GME winnings while pounding vodka sodas
There's your update

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>bought some coke from a 65 year old man in a suit
Was it this guy?

>> No.28748593


So...is it best to sell all your shares or take profits?

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Should clarify that I mean institutional investors in general, not just hedgefunds
Here's a picture of Perfect Cell, the best DBZ villain. I hope John's happy now.

>> No.28748663

Inb4 tinny edit

>> No.28748711

Okay but at the billions of dollars why not try to cure cancer, solve AGI, or something with way better ROI for yourself. I'm pretty sure radical life extension would better serve you alongside SPY type holdings rather than focusing on an extra 5% a year if that's your goal.

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>> No.28748734

That's why the best ones are boutique or just 100% proprietary and you never hear from them. Retail investors/traders have an advantage because we don't have to worry about liquidity and mcap as much as they do, it's just that the vast majority of us are lazy and incompetent.

>> No.28748736

Dont you realize this just means soxl is a better buy right now?

>> No.28748739

There could be (opposite of kpop stars) here!

>> No.28748744

Prudent person rule. People who professionally manage other people's money aren't allowed to YOLO meme weeklies for epin 10000% returns.

>> No.28748748

What's our price target on HCMC? I'm holding until the lawsuit is settled on the 26th

>> No.28748760

Can someone redpoll me on the DGTW titanic and CEO is dead thing?

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Holy shit look at the DXY. Bobo going to swing so hard he'll break the rafters on tuesday.

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That is up to you. I'm a holder now. I have my long plays.

>> No.28748815

Index futures are pumping though

>> No.28748818

Can someone give me an overview of the GHOST STOCK? I keep seeing different stuff like it not existing of having dead shareholders etc but when I looked the company up it just says they make POS retail systems? I want to invest in metafinancial spookerities

>> No.28748819

Exactly, at monetary value that large making large percentage gains is exponentially more difficult.

>> No.28748821

Why would the lawsuit settle on the 26th? The defendant hasn't even filed a response to the complaint.

>> No.28748825

Why do you think biotech is a $100B industry you concussed retard? Fuck off smooth brain

>> No.28748839

You may as well ask for the definitive story on Dracula. Those who tell don't know and those who know don't tell.

>> No.28748853

>Hal Turner
Now this is oldfagging.

>> No.28748854

uvxy calls when

>> No.28748889

yes? Bobo finally going to gas himself.

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>tfw only have 379,046,258,395,575,213,009,179,224,100,276,279,079,667,155,369,496,465,241,246,406,780,861 shares of HCMC

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pre-market Tuesday.

>> No.28748958


>> No.28748965

HCMC .05
MJNE $20

>> No.28749006

"K-POP HATERS could be here" he thought, "I've never been in this general before. There could be K-POP HATERS anywhere." The cool wind felt good against his bare chest. "I HATE K-POP HATERS" he thought. Tag Me (@Me) (We are) reverberated his entire car, making it pulsate even as the $9 wine circulated through his powerful thick veins and washed away his (merited) fear of /smg/ posters after hours. "With options, you can go anywhere you want" he said to himself, out loud.

>> No.28749007

Here's one clue: https://digitaltown.com/blog/january-5-2021-additional-declaration-by-sam-ciacco/

Holders of Record, page 6, halfway down, 1 share.

>> No.28749012

Fidelity never closed buying on GME.

>> No.28749038

Schwab and Fidelity didn't block buy orders. One or both may have blocked options orders.
RH blocked buys on several stocks, then allowed buying like 5 shares, then increased limits. They along with front-running orders and other bullshit make them literally the worst. Except for maybe chink webull.
Etrade and Merril blocked GME and maybe others for about one day. Unconscionable, IMO. Fuck them.

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>> No.28749053

>$9 wine
Is there some Korean liquor to swap in here?

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>> No.28749090

Kek. That was an amazing original pasta source. Good work on edit.

>> No.28749091

AQB you could get a bit cheaper, below $9.00
best chance is in pre-market trading
but anything below $9.50 imo is a buy
$8.50 was the share offering price so there's a 'floor' there
earnings are March 9, and this has been one of their first harvest years so it's not hard to believe it will catch a bid

>> No.28749099

Interesting article in Australia

I'm sure most countries are doing something similar: they acknowledge that their QE will have disastrous consequences and they're just kicking the can down the road. They're doing this on purpose to avoid recession during the pandemic. The will try to avoid raising interest rates for 3 more years>

They also acknowledge that the low rates has encouraged many to borrow more than they can bite off and they will be screwed later. But their main priority is stimulate spending and trickle down BS. They think that allowing the housing bubble to blow up will somehow encourage employment, wages, and retail spending.

Since we're all in this together, I just wonder if something could set off a market drop earlier than they are hoping. If it happens in one major country I'm guessing it could pop off everywhere

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CRBP insider trading activity.


Pic related.

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>> No.28749140

>first one to open orders again
>second to worst

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>You may as well ask for the definitive story on Dracula.

Do you suppose Vlad Tepes was actually a demon of some sort? Was he possessed? I want to hear your thoughts or speculation. Was he a “vampire?”

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can you edit this gif to make his come up when he looks in the mirror?

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so ready to unleash on DNN tomorrow

>> No.28749230

That's the one.

I don't know, but I've already had my fill of spookiness from DGTW.

>> No.28749247

Holy shit they sign my paycheck ehat the fuck

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nobody tell him

>> No.28749317


>> No.28749363

All in on peww

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i love tinny posting my sides just imploded

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Where my ctrm Chads at?

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The thread is going to get fast again

>> No.28749437

gonna go jerk off now

>> No.28749484

pls redpill me on DNN, I want to believe

>> No.28749516

He's the (((CEO))). But that's besides the point. If you check the link, all members of the leadership team recently made similar transactions this Feb. And guess what else is happening this Feb?

>> No.28749527

uranium is backkkkkkkkkkk

>> No.28749532

Anons it would be dumb to buy a small pile of AVXY tuesday morning right?

>> No.28749550

If this is what the HCMC shill has been telling you he's either lying or badly misinformed.

>> No.28749580

Buy China A shares ETF or iShares Emerging Markets Asia ETF
GG you win Asian century

>> No.28749612

Enjoy your chink spyware, anon.

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the FUCK

>> No.28749641


> I don't know, but I've already had my fill of spookiness from DGTW.

I don’t even know what DGTW is. But I know someone is avoiding answering my question. Don’t be so glum and evasive. Tell me what you think you giant gay nerd

>> No.28749650

Vlad was posssesed by a singular desire to remove kebab and triggered them forever by causing a constant Christian rebellion pressure which plagued Ottomans their entire empire.

>> No.28749652

>$9 wine
How about saké?

>> No.28749674

I don't think I'm misinformed but I may have misinterpreted what I saw.

>> No.28749679

I'd rather give my info to the CPC than the NSA and every fucker rich enough to buy it from them.

>> No.28749680

dunno, have you checked how many shares are short?

>> No.28749681

it's literally haunted
it's a fucking ghost stock sailing upon the dark corners of the accountantsea

>> No.28749705

why did it take a shit this week?

>> No.28749707

Is there an original I can use as a source? A lot of these are half-assed, and I'm not even good at shops myself. I'll do one, though.

>> No.28749738


>> No.28749743

bros I have a stupid question please be patient with my autism
If I put $X amount into an ETF in my IRA, and then later decide I instead want it in a different ETF, am I a) able to do that by selling the original ETF and transferring it to the new one and b) does this trigger any tax event? I assume not because the point of a Roth IRA is a tax vehicle but I'm too new to this to know for sure

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was vlad related to the cossacks?

>> No.28749772

>Hasn't realized he's living in a simulation yet and DGTW is just the robot AI fucking up the realism of the matrix

>> No.28749775

talked to my fren who works for a hedge fund and he said they have entered short posotions

>> No.28749781

Old news bruh

>> No.28749799

>owning shipping companies
These and oil exploration are only worth it if you're getting them for free as an employee as options or some shit.

>> No.28749802

For what?

>> No.28749831

>talked to my fren who works for a hedge fund and he said they have entered short posotions

>> No.28749841

you can own shorted shares. A la GME being 160% owned by institutions

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lot of pink on this board right now. Feels good having actual investments.

On a different topic, how do I get a Nubian queen gf like this

>> No.28749881

My dad is Warren Buffet and he said he's going to sell all of his AAPL shares and go all in on SQQQ

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>> No.28749899

I bought into miners on friday...by a huge amount. As in, half my portfolio. I don't feel fucking good. Hopefully monday bring btc up higher or Im in big trouble.

>> No.28749930

>I don't care about privacy
You're giving your info to both.

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>> No.28749958

wait are you guys serious

>> No.28749961
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Trying to understand why so few anons are talking about entertainment and casino stocks. Did that many people get burned by FUN? The vertical integration potential seems right up /biz/‘s alley.

Consider that sports betting is going to be legal in 20+ states, I imagine you are going to see sports books run promotions where fans get free tickets to see the Las Vegas Raiders host their hometown team if they book a hotel room for that weekend. The casinos are going to have a steady stream of fans every fall and it seems inevitable that Vegas will get a MLB and NBA franchise in the next five years.

>> No.28749973

You realize leveraged etfs which reset daily underperform non leveraged etf a?
Monthly reset etfs, and I think the Swiss banks (UBS and/or Credit Suisse) has monthly reset etns on US NYSE have a more mixed record.
"Stanford Chemist" on seeking alpha has good research on leveraged etfs decay.

>> No.28749982

Also why the fuck is CBOE not reading fucking VIX rn?

>> No.28749997

Got me to check, fuck you.

>> No.28750000

Half their stock is under the parent grouping of Sneed (FEDE's in the same situation as well), while some are transferable certificates and redeemable stock options under the former issuer, Chuck.

>> No.28750003

Soju is the korean equivalent apparently, thanks for telling me >>28749114

>> No.28750012

>On a different topic, how do I get a Nubian queen gf like this

>> No.28750017

Yes and no. Culturally speaking not at all as the Cossacks were free people of the steppe who set up independent communities to colonize the rough and rugged steppes. Because it was difficult to control them due to the terrain governments granted the communities certain priviledges to keep them happy. Because of that, serfs also fled and escaped feudal duties to join them. Vlad on the other hand represented German-christrian colonization efforts to reclaim territory lost to the turks.

>> No.28750028

Give me something to yolo into tomorrow

>> No.28750059

This was posted in Stocktwits earlier.

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>> No.28750083

Pools closed.

>> No.28750098

>You realize leveraged etfs which reset daily underperform non leveraged etf a?
They do not.
Double digit numerics has a good article on this, and I’ve replicated their data myself with stooq and a python script.

>> No.28750128

>You realize leveraged etfs which reset daily underperform non leveraged etf a?

While it's true that a daily 3x ETF won't get you 3x the gains over a green year, it is still going to outperform the underlying index. This is why TQQQ gets talked about so much here: it doesn't get 3x the gains of QQQ in the long term, but it's still significantly more.

>> No.28750142

I'll look into it, you all talking long term?

>> No.28750154

I dont care.

>> No.28750166

The is mostly actually correct.
People who want uncorrelated strategies should invest in low beta hedge fund strategies such as event driven. Of course the T-Bills + ~3% does not sell so the dentist types, or really any investor, becomes greedy and enthralled by promise of high returns with no or low risk.
People who want high returns should invest in PE.
CFA & I work on walk street lol

>> No.28750169

Putting soju in the copypasta would make it at least twice as good.

>> No.28750184

PLTR lock up expires Friday. Who here has the balls to buy or hold?

>> No.28750192

yes. https://fintel.io/so/us/gme for proof

when someone shorts a share, they have to sell it to someone. You're creating a 'duplicate' share. Then someone can short that, etc.

That's why there was 220% SI on GME prior to the squeeze

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>> No.28750229

have you personally done anything with this advice?

>> No.28750288

i was like why the fuck would you disclose insider info with me? and he was like i didnt say which stonk and winked

>> No.28750339

lucky you. I'm new to stocks and just leaned about MVIS. They're still on my list to put money in.

>> No.28750398

That the depository trust company you stupid mong. Do you even know what that means?

>> No.28750423

>>28747313 Not you
>>28747154 Him
>>28750339 me

>> No.28750442

Inflation is coming
Worrying about a "market drop" in real assets like stocks and crypto is deflationary mindset.
People who should be worried are those holding nominal bonds and pensions not adjusted for inflation.

>> No.28750501

SSO is a 2x leveraged ETF based on the S&P 500 and it is one of the few leveraged ETFs that existed before the Great Financial Crisis of 2008. Had you bought SSO at the literal top of the market before the recession in October 2007, as of this moment, you would have gains of 176%. Had you bought the underlying SPY on the same day you would have gains of 98%. So had you bought the leveraged ETF, even at the worst possible time, you still would have ended up with almost double the gains.
Remember this the next time somebody throws shade on leveraged ETFs because of volatility decay. Buy the index based leveraged ETFs and win. Simple as that.
All ETFs suffer from volatility decay including unleveraged ones. While avoiding leveraged ETFs, you shouldn't buy unleveraged 1x ETFs either because e.g. 0.5x would "decay" even less. But that logic implies 0.25x would be even better still, and so on. This is obviously absurd taken to it's conclusion but that is the implication of what is commonly advocated.
What's being missed is there is nothing magical about 1x leverage. As a matter of fact, historically in most market environments worldwide 2x daily leverage is about the sweet spot. The only glaring exception is Japan where 0.5x would bizarrely have been most appropriate.
The conventional wisdom behind these ETFs as "trading tools" also is simply not true. All these ETFs do is increase beta exposure in much the same way that buying high beta stocks increase beta exposure. Practically speaking, there's little difference between a portfolio of stocks with an average beta of 2 and a 2x levered S&P 500 ETF. The risks are the same. Yet, no one goes around calling AMD (which has a beta of 2.83) a single day "trading tool" or a scam. In fact, holding AMD is way riskier than holding a 3x S&P 500 ETF!
This would be known if anti-leveraged ETF bloggers actually read the literature or God forbid thought for themselves

>> No.28750569

Shipping companies are un-investable
Classic boom bust
No competitive advantage = no margins except during boom in which they overbuild ships resulting in bust.
Rather invest in companies with competitive advantage aka moat.

>> No.28750696

I'm too chickenshit to go all in before earnings and the end of the lock up, but I might start DCAing in next week, especially if it drops after earnings.

>> No.28750728

Yes you can buy and sell investments within ira, roth ira, 401k, and HSA without tax consequences.
For non roth accounts you pay income tax rates when you withdraw the money

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Don't Forget.

>> No.28751159

Uh. Leveraged etfs decay because they literally buy high and sell low to maintain leverage ratio.
So it's not at all equlivent to buying a stock with a higher beta.
Although a handful of survivorship bias and lookahead biased leveraged etfs may have outperformed over whatever your backrest time period it is likely due to their exceptionally strong performance of underlying asset and unusually low volatility.
You think this is a good idea based in a long history of underperformance followed by outperformance driven by a few select FANG stocks?

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