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>> No.29297571
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What’s the big pump n dump
This week

>> No.29297594
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What's a meme missile with bad fundamentals?

>> No.29297660
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Who here ALPP chad?

>> No.29297678

Your tiny penis.

>> No.29297681
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Here's what you do
1. Take $1000
2. Split it up in 100 $10s.
3. Invest each of those $10 into penny stocks that look like they can 10x.
4. Set a sell limit for 10x
5. When one stock reaches a 10x profit, take that money and invest it another potential 10x.
6. Repeat step 5 until 1 million dollars
Bam, low risk investment for a high reward. Penny stocks are blowing up in this bull market, take a chance on them. See you at Dorsia my fellow future millionaires.

>> No.29297686
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>company builds custom products for each client which costs an absurd amount of money and is not sustainable
>bleeding money, books are full of accounting handwaving
>the stocks plummet whenever the CEO opens his mouth
>wrong side of history
"b-b-b-but the CEO is a gay mutt just like me! and he's autistic just like me! I simply must invest!" - PLTRannies, right before they join the 41%
"their shareholders manual has the word 'technology' in it, this is such a smart investment for the future!" - people who just downloaded robinhood

>> No.29297687
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which side are we on? where to invest (get scammed)?

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>> No.29297741

PLTR is a good stock for people that just downloaded the Robinhood app and now they think they are expert stock traders. Most Robinhood people only buy affordable cheap stocks like this because they can't afford the big boy stocks like amazon, tesla, apple, etc. Robinhood is a great platform for uneducated people who never graduated college. Having a few shares on robinhood app gives them great satisfaction and makes them feel very important in life. They brag about it at family gatherings and think everybody is impressed.

>> No.29297767

>January 25th, 2019

For some reason posting old headlines really pisses me off.

>> No.29297778
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I know it's Sunday morning, but it seems like the threads are moving slower than they have in a couple of months. Is this turning into the regular shithole board again?

>> No.29297808
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yes I did

>> No.29297819
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John Rocker, are you okay buddy?

>> No.29297838

China never called me a terrorist because I'm white. So there's that.

>> No.29297849
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> Started trading a few weeks ago, put 10k EUR on my account
> If those 10k are gone — they are gone, I'm ready to lose them
> Promised myself not to put any more until I make significant (e.g. +20%) gains
> Gained ~4%, fallen back to ~2% thanks to last week redness

Today I made a list of meme stonks I'm going to invest in (with minimal research) and transferred extra 20k.
Will I be living in a cardboard box by EoY?

>> No.29297852

Nice copypasta, keep seething about how bad you are at reading market trends.
> but muh Security Analysis which hasn't been accurate for 30 years

>> No.29297856
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Are you buying the Pan Man stack?

>> No.29297900

Soros is most likely shorting the chink housing market as we speak. Get your money out of Chinkna while you still can't, you can't outjew the jews.

>> No.29297912

Kill both. World prospers

>> No.29297922
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>and transferred extra 20k.

>Newton invests a bit
>Newton re-enters with a lot
you're doing good anon

>> No.29297928
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bro have you heard about lincoln?! mf got killed lmao cant believe this

>> No.29297937
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I don't like it either, anon.

>> No.29297941

Someone tell me about dividends.
What do I need to retire so I can use my dividends.
So far I’ve decided Coca Cola dividends are pretty much guaranteed because it’s such a huge future proof company.
But I need about 700k worth of its stock

>> No.29297975

keep repeating talking points from shareholders manuals
keep investing in meme stocks without doing any DD
keep holding even after reddit got their hands on the stock

>> No.29297998

Left looks like blood sucking octopus monster turned into human
Right looks like intelligent boss who sacrifice human lives when necessary
Jews are the enemy. Always

>> No.29298005

>with minimal research
Don't invest in shit you don't know what it is lol.

>> No.29298012

No. Precious metal stocks are retarded. Buy the physical product. Don't be tricked into hiding a digital IOU priced in inflationary USD.

>> No.29298044

>no faggothorse
Based Panman.

>> No.29298048

Dividend stocks?

>> No.29298085
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>p..please sell guys, I'm holding puts

>> No.29298097
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excuse me...? muh earning multiplier tho

>> No.29298111
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pump and dump
CHAD staircase pattern?

>> No.29298132

AMC and GME bagholders used to say the same thing when I would warn them :')

>> No.29298168
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I HATED being poor!

Buy FRX (BODY) this IS financial advice.

>> No.29298179

Have fun cashing out with a currency that is becoming less worthless than toilet paper.

>> No.29298209
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Alex's tai chi classes were based asf

>> No.29298279

any good resources on learning this stuff? or maybe a realistic example or two? i feel like most people just kinda talk ambiguously about it like "oh yeah you just sorta look at all of these metrics and figure it out i guess lmao" but i have no idea how to actually use this information to figure out whether buying a stock is a good deal or not from that perspective.

like... i need something more specific. like "AMD is a better deal than NVDA because it's P/E is 43 compared to NVDA's 97", but it's probably more complicated than that i assume. but see how that's specific and simple/straightforward? that's what im looking for, so i know what process i can repeat over and over as i look through companies.

>> No.29298287
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Did he ever post the DD?

>> No.29298293
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If something is less worthless, that means its worth more, ESLfag

>> No.29298311
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What do you want to know? Get a million dollars and chase some fucking divvies. No one else here has time for that shit.
T, KO, and SJM are common favorites, and there are a couple of writers or ten on Seeking Alpha that write about DIV stocks all the time.

>> No.29298319
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Well, stocks on my watchlist have not grown this much yet.
I know that companies are profitable/near profitable, and I know these stocks are only getting hotter.

>> No.29298327

>"to the moon"
>"we like the stock"
>all those rocket emojis
oh no no no
it's not too late to save yourselves, pltrannies

>> No.29298346

Any bongs here tried inverse leveraged shares, you leverage the shares you buy instead of your account for shorting

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>> No.29298349

DNN Chads rise up

>> No.29298399
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Hello biz happy Sunday, for any options chads here where did you go to learn a bit more about strategy, I read up on what they are and how they work but what are good strategies for a beginner, covered calls? Just trading options contracts themselves if they appreciate? Put spread? Idk what to try

>> No.29298429
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Little did Newton know...

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>> No.29298534

SOXL I own 5 figures of this and I feel happy for my decision

SOXL good purchase?

>> No.29298565

careful, the CEO is a known psychopath, apparently got caught having his dick sucked in the company parking lot

>> No.29298572

How close are TSM and AMD to their actual valuations? It seems half the world is reliant on TSM and AMD looks to be eating into intel’s market share. Not to mention AMD’S movement into cloud technology and it being used in the latest games consoles. With the semi-conductor shortage as another possibly catalyst, are these decent plays?

>> No.29298604


I bought in Friday. Critical yearly support, Good transition of power from exploration guru to development guru. I called the office Friday and got some info. Lots of news coming down the pipe in the next few weeks. Should start to see it bounce up. I bought because of the size of the claim. This is serious business for a junior.

>> No.29298623
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Why do I need options experience to trade options? How am I ever supposed to get experience if I'm not allowed to trade them without experience?
If I just lie about my experience, are there any legal repercussions? I'm 18 and obviously don't have a year of experience trading options

>> No.29298654
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Anyone know any REITs that focuses on ME/NH/VT? After covid & the nigger riots, white people are fleeing the cities and relocating to the whitest areas of the country and driving up house and rent prices in New England.

>> No.29298658
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free online simulators, lying

>> No.29298662

covered calls are obsolete compared to spreads. sell them against solid megacaps on red days during a red candle to get the best price

>> No.29298666

QRD? Did you happen to save it?

>> No.29298698
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6 more days CRBPChads...

>> No.29298717

I bought PLTR while it was $13+.
I have nothing but to gain here :^).

>> No.29298719

Xi obviously. China has done way more for me than this lying piece of shit country.

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>> No.29298743

INTC made some deals with TSM, so Intel can come back to competing with AMD eventually. I'm bullish on TSM because of this.

>> No.29298752

what is your job? how much do you make a year? the key for me was that i put $30k in my account to start with and slowly worked that up to 50k in my first year, and then this year GME happened and i went up to 100k and then tried to re-enter GME like a retard and now im at 75-80k (we've been having some red days so closer to 75k currently). i dont put more money in.

even if the market crashes and i lose everything in my brokerage account it's not a big deal because i have a job and im only 30 years old. now is the time to be taking risks (why i've made so much so quickly). you don't want to be taking risks when you're old and near the end of when you can work. on top of that if another march-style crash happens (and you'll know if you understand the VIX and see it ever cross the 80 threshold), THEN i would put more money in to buy the bottom of SOXL. but otherwise even if i for some reason lost all of my money in my brokerage account i wouldn't be living in a cardboard box, because i have a fucking job.

>> No.29298755
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what the fuck are spreads

i just learnt cc's

>> No.29298784

will you still be saying that once PLTR is pennystock level?

>> No.29298786
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By far the gayest format to get people to buy your bags.
Skimpy anime girl + "I love being rich xddd" and buy X in a retarded font.
Fuck off.

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>> No.29298798

experience. no pain. no gain

>> No.29298820

If you don't need to do any test, just lie and say you have paper traded. You can download TD Ameritrade's Think or Swim platform to practice, so say you've done that.

>> No.29298834

TSM is at 650 million market cap and if you want to double your money it would be valued at 1.3 trillion which is possible but there are better plays which will net you 200-300% over a few years and will be valued at a few hundred billion market cap.

>> No.29298875
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>US10Y 1.34%
Uhhhhh bros?? Should we secure profits?

>> No.29298877
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Stay the fuck away from options anon. You'll regret it.

>> No.29298886

>spoonfeed me

>> No.29298896

You buy an option at one strike price and sell the same option at a higher or lower strike price, limiting your upside compared to selling naked options but also limiting your risk so you don't have infinite risk (like with naked calls)
There's 4 types of basic spreads (bear/bull and call/put)

>> No.29298932

Soros is 90 years old retard. Most 90 year olds look like gross sacks of shit

>> No.29298935
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pan man likes bayhorse. he didn't include it because he only puts juniors in his new lists which people don't already talk about.

>> No.29298943
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I HATED being poor!

Buy FRX (BODY) this IS financial advice.

>> No.29298950
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He bought?

>> No.29298962

covered calls covered with call contracts

>> No.29298973

aha alright

well well, im too much of a pussy to do anything else but cc's

>> No.29298980

The ceo of an etf? XD

>> No.29299002

there's this pajeet prof on jewtube he has good videos
don't remember the name cause it's pajeet name like ashwagandah rashwqemandapourjinakur

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i have FRX but these are bad memes

>> No.29299025
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INTC will never be able to compete as long as they continue towing the political correctness line and hiring women and niggers and women-niggers while cutting R&D. the new CEO is a nice start but i haven't seen anything yet to suggest he isn't going to just do this same stuff still.

>> No.29299031

>Cents to dollars

>> No.29299055

Impossible unless they catch them with major fraud like Wirecard.

>> No.29299088
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sunday morning feel

no need to shill a shit stock, just want to lumpost

>> No.29299101
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Makes it look like some scam honestly.

>> No.29299124

>$3 fee for investing OTC

>> No.29299143

INTC is losing market share to AMD from the data center sector every quarter. They also had to delay their smaller nanometer chipset. If you do wanna go into Intel, then I suggest waiting until their next earnings report. They have dropped ~10% within a week of their earnings report for their last 3 reports, so that would be the best time to buy in if the trend continues.

>> No.29299173

Options is an iq test

>> No.29299178

Such as? I’d be interested in hearing of other stocks.

>> No.29299182

I call this the AquaBounty effect, beware

>> No.29299196
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Don't worry, I know my risk tolerance

>> No.29299206

I am fucking terrible at this stock thing

>> No.29299235
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AEZS shill, show yourself

>> No.29299239

the company is on track to go bankrupt. probably in the next five years or so but the cracks will start to show much sooner.
their model is completely unscalable, they are bleeding money and handwaving the losses, they have nothing going on for them other than meme and reddit hype. and reddit will get bored and dump soon enough.

>> No.29299246

Oh no no no Boeing bros

>> No.29299257
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>memes are bad.
AQBbros are funny as fuck

>> No.29299298

I think..I think I'm gunna BARF bros

>> No.29299312
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Just get into comfy etfs for the long haul :)

>> No.29299326

I have never understood "allocated money to push diversity", what does that even mean? Will they fire the whites and asians, give them a large portion of the money and replace them with blacks?

>> No.29299337

How does Great Panther compare to these?

>> No.29299342

Their debt/equity ratio is only 13%, as a wise man once said "you can't go bankrupt without debt"

>> No.29299367

me too so i threw some random money into crypto and im up 10% over the last few days. i feel like im better off gambling on shitcoins

>> No.29299389
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Hmmmm...nervous about a lot of things.

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>> No.29299470

reeducation propaganda presentations made by trannies

>> No.29299496

My broker just makes me take test if I want to trade options without experience.

>> No.29299516
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another pan man bayhorse post.

"Bayhorse is one of my favorite small scale miners. They have married modern tech with the old school style of high grading underground mining. Their Brandywine prospect is looking better and better, I think it will eventually become a great cheap open pit mine some time in the future."

>> No.29299519

Is ECAR good? The problem is I only have 500 quid. Think I should just divide it into penny bull shit.

>> No.29299521
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buy soxl march 1st or now if you're down to sell tsla

>> No.29299556

INTC could be a turnaround story a few years from now, but short- to medium-term, they aren't going to be on the same footing as TSM or AMD.

>> No.29299565

>Will they fire the whites and asians, give them a large portion of the money and replace them with blacks?
No, they just make sure to reserve X% of new openings to people who can check off at least one of the boxes. It's fucking frustrating as shit. Where I work they have had a position open for months now because they are specifically looking for someone who can check those boxes, and we're understaffed.

>> No.29299590
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/pmg/ so demoralized they have to invade this general. No one wants your worthless rocks.

>> No.29299632

When a stock is mega shilled with a bunch of inorganic feeling memes then a rugpull is coming, like what happened to all the people on biz who got burned by AQB. thats what I meant. The memes are pretty funny now that theyre all pink wojak kek

>> No.29299646

options trading is degenerate gambling, timing the market is not a thing
just paper trade options for a while to see what it's actually like.
remember, % gain on options is bullshit, only raw $ gain matters due to the risk structure. 1000% on your cheap cost basis hides the truth

>> No.29299654

fuck....that looks good.

soxl looks like its peaking?

>> No.29299659

silver stocks are the future.

>> No.29299681
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Yes, nobody wants them. So give them all to me at a discount.

>> No.29299688

W-what happens in 6 days?

>> No.29299704

He’s talking about minority mindset on YouTube. Guy is actually good and if you want trading lesson look up inthemoney

>> No.29299717

>options trading is degenerate gambling, timing the market is not a thing
Leaps are a thing

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Oh noooooooooo! The Shaquille O’Neil SPAC looks like a scam oh noooooooo!

>> No.29299734

No sympathy for AQB bagholders. A google search of GMO shows how much negative connotation the average person has with it.

>> No.29299745

Agreed. AMD will continue to dominate the year. TSM will still reign as kang.

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which security is most likely to make niggers suffer? I want to go long on that

>> No.29299787

solid etf so it's always peaking, they're doing a 15:1 split march first so get in now and get 15 shares for price of one or wait and hop in after split. this is a swing play for me but also prolly a solid longterm hold

>> No.29299795

Increase from 1% to 1.14%, this was well worded by Intel.

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>> No.29299876

i think could barely find 10 penny stocks that I think are worth getting

>> No.29299891

thank you for spoon feeding me bro. This is yummy.

>> No.29299899

for now
don't forget that they build custom software for every client and then have to support it forever. every contract that pltrannies salivate over will cost them more and more resources until they run out and it's game over.

>> No.29299910

But I don't see how that costs hundreds of millions though, fucking weird either way

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>> No.29299933
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>like what happened to all the people on biz who got burned by AQB
AQB isn't even doing bad though?
are people just so damn spoiled by this bull market that they panic the moment their position turns red??

>> No.29299944

None of them are "worth" getting. You buy them in hopes that some group uses them as a PnD and you get a free ride.

>> No.29299946

Fucking stoked for CCIV and FRX tomorrow. Anyone else?

>> No.29299959

Simply buying puts and calls is the safest route. You can’t lose more than you put in. Selling options is trickier than buying but you’d want to start by selling covered calls and cash secured puts. That will be where you learn.

>> No.29299965

I'm so confident in crbp I called my boss a min ago and told him I aint coming in for work no more and he should take a fat juicy cock up his ass

>> No.29299990

I've been getting decent returns on OTC stocks this week but this shit is too slow compared to crypto. Would it be retarded to sell off 80% of each holding and transfer it to pajeetcoins?

>> No.29300063

>and then have to support it forever
This is called job security. They provide a proprietary service that is expensive to replace, and they get repeat business writing patches.

>> No.29300118
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there are plenty of gems in the TSXV
i'm still holding GSI.V waiting for it to go up huge on the next huge contract, either way they're already profitable so I can hold it comfortably

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pan man likes GPL as well but like BHS it's not on his list because we already talk about it alot on /pmg/.

>> No.29300153

why not just buy something good for a guaranteed gain?

>> No.29300152

Hiring is a surprisingly expensive endeavor for large companies... and when you make the requirements more specific, it makes the process take that much longer while hemorrhaging money along the way.

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Aight thanks, I guess I should make a TDA account then
Main thing I want to test is a weird short/long (mostly short) options strategy I've devised that should allow me to sell IV right before earnings on any stock to make money on theta/vega while being as delta-neutral as possible (so I'll make *some* money ~89% of the time whether it goes up, down, or sideways)

>> No.29300258

how do you go about picking pennyshit gems?

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>best brokerage service
>still no way to automatically DCA
Even fucking shitty Zoomerhood can automatically DCA. What the fuck is Ameritrade's problem?

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>nobody wants precious metals

Gee, I wonder who could be behind this post

>> No.29300322

Why do companies willingly fuck themselves to win SJW brownie points then?

>> No.29300340

Yes. An example is bfarf. Bfarf was shilled here, went up then dumped heavily back to 2s. Then people were complaining about it and dumping it. Then as soon as btc starts up again and holds over 50k, shot takes off now anons say bfarf is the best undervalued miner. I have 300 aqb at 10.34 average. Im not selling. It is an irritating bag tho

>> No.29300386

People investing small amounts want to gamble instead of playing safer gains. A 5% gain on $1000 isn't going to do much for them.

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>CRBP lupus trial results 27/02 4 P.M GMT+1
>don't ask me how I know
do whatever you wish with that information

Some dude posted that last night and it has piqued my interest. He could obviously be bullshitting because he said lupus results would be released on the 28th last time.

t. CRBP shill having a poop

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my biggest problem with Palantir is that they don't do offensive software (he said in an interview before going public). I guess that's really a job for people at the NSA, but it does kinda feel like they're going to miss out on a lot of money. they can't actually be the private military software company the USA needs in the long term future to compete with china.

>> No.29300513

>same pic
>same concepts
The market devours people like you everyday, maybe you should try to question yourself sometime.
Good luck anyway, hope you make it.

>> No.29300529


Owning physical is a good idea imo

>> No.29300539

why do you think you are the first to think of this?
also, are you buying puts or selling short?
margin accounts are ass if you don't have a shitload of equity.

>> No.29300545

Whatever you do don't naked short ever, unless you want a non-zero chance of living in a cardboard box.

>> No.29300547

>>try to short sell it
fucking fucker, don’t spam on /biz/ with this fucking trashoptions u idiot
trading with best analysing and different bots is on Bot Ocean now
but still you may find an idiot who will buy your fuckbot

>> No.29300571

My biggest problem with Palantir is that THEY DON'T MAKE ANY FUCKING MONEY.

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>companies need to make money
okay boomer

>> No.29300626

Uh oh we have a retard who got burned on options once so he warns everyone else not to use them!

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pick shit with low downside potential (because of its fundamentals) then all you have to do is wait for them to grow and get a contract
All it takes is one big contract for them to fundamentally double in valuation. Like if a contract is "only" worth 20 million and marketcap is 100 million, that's already a +20% increase. Obviously valuing a contract isn't as simple as that, you'd probably guesstimate the value of a contract lower than that (can roughly estimate based on their current profit margins), but you get the idea that a single contract can moon the price up

try to avoid shit that loses too much money or is overleveraged. They can still go up but you probably should have a firm exit strategy because they will do stock offerings and dilute your ass if they keep losing money

BITF.V / BFARF was kinda enticing based on their numbers too, not sure about now though, but look at their numbers and pretend it was still a 100 million market cap for example, would you feel safe buying in?

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>> No.29300714
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Don’t they spy EXCLUSIVELY on American citizens?

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You don't need profits in Clown Market.

>> No.29300719

Darmodaran. That old Indian man has a GOD tier finance fundamentals channel

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they falsely believe it will make them more money in the long run. the smart companies do "token" things for the minorities like amazon having a black square on their website for awhile for the george floyd whatever crap. or WotC literally deleting "racist" cards from their gatherer website. things that make it look like they "stand with them" but really it costs them nothing and keeps the chimps from wrecking their businesses.

the bad businesses like INTC go full retard and actually go way too far and it ends up destroying their business, like comic books constantly trying to put more diversity and fags in their works like making spider man black or making wolverine gay. vast majority of the population doesn't actually want politically correct shit.

>> No.29300779

Someone sell me the crash, I have 100k because my uncle died from covid and I feel the economy is gonna collapse soon but I’m still not sure

>> No.29300781

>my biggest problem with Palantir is that they don't do offensive software
No but they software they offer can be used offensively by whoever they sell it to should they so choose.

>> No.29300787

Out of curiosity, what do you think a reasonable floor of BITF is?

>> No.29300810

He can't immediately access lvl 4 options to allow naked short, I don't think tda is retarded

>> No.29300816

>shitting on a toilet
obviously not the original CRBP shill

>> No.29300836

No. But they offer the tools to spy.

>> No.29300837

I don't want to options trade but yeah I'm fairly certain I'd get burned. I just don't think a brand-new trader should get into them in this climate

>> No.29300889

It'll take more than a CEO to fix intel. The rot is set in deep. Pajeets and women through the whole organizaton. When they start announcing massive job losses is when I start to buy.

>> No.29300891

> Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is an investment strategy in which an investor divides up the total amount to be invested across periodic purchases of a target asset in an effort to reduce the impact of volatility on the overall purchase. The purchases occur regardless of the asset's price and at regular intervals. In effect, this strategy removes much of the detailed work of attempting to time the market in order to make purchases of equities at the best prices. Dollar-cost averaging is also known as the constant dollar plan.

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If you buy now, buy solid companies and hold through the crash. Or you can wait for the crash - which no one knows exactly when that will be. I’m predicting in the next month or so. Everything is super super overbought

>> No.29300914

Based and unemployedpilled.

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And? I'm here to double or triple my money in this euphoric bull run before the severe crash. I could give less of a fuck what a companies profits are or potential future.

>> No.29300965

>It'll take more than a CEO to fix intel.
yeah that's why i literally said that with different words lmao

>> No.29300986

I often ask candidates if they’re familiar with what we do at Palantir. Most people think they are. “Oh, you’re that data viz. company,” or, worse, “You guys do data mining, right?” At least they’ve heard of us and at least they’re on the right track, but I cringe anyway. We aren’t just a “data visualization” company and we don’t do “data mining.” It’s almost impossible to convey the scope and complexity of what we do in a few short minutes—or to do so without taking the conversation to an eye-glazing level of abstraction.

>> No.29300997

Two good starting points are "Value Investing with Sven Carlin" and "The Popular Investor". Both also have a guide for how to calculate a stock's intrinsic value and provide their excel template as a download, see for example:

That doesn't mean I fully agree with either one of them on all their valuations or their general outlook, but they should give you a good idea what the general process is.
If you want to get serious about valuation, look for lectures by Aswath Damodaran.

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Absolutely based and doing proper DD for the current market pilled.

>> No.29301015

that's your problem? not the fact that it's a money-losing company headed by en embarrassing gay mutt that will go bankrupt in the near future?

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Yeah ok. But they sell almost exclusively to the Federal government. And the US government spies exclusively on its own citizens.

>> No.29301076

The following is my attempt at describing what we do at a high level without oversimplifying. I hope that after reading this a candidate will ‘get’ what we’re about, or at least understand enough not to apply tiny labels to our expansive vision.The problem: implementing analysis. At Palantir we specialize in analysis.Yes, that’s painfully abstract, and I’ll get to it in a second. In real-world terms, we are building a software platform that enables people to take whatever data is relevant to them and understand it more easily and thoroughly than ever before, using concepts that they already understand. And we are applying this vision, at first, to solving problems in the finance sector and the government intelligence community.The first important thing to note is that we don’t actually do the analysis ourselves. We don’t devise winning trading strategies and we don’t catch terrorists. We write software that enables other people to pull off these feats. These people, experts in their respective fields, are called *analysts.*So what exactly do analysts do? What is analysis?

>> No.29301100

then how do you know if a company will actually moon or not? what metric determines this? you can't just say hype because there are plenty of hyped companies that crash, and clearly you're not using "profits or potential future" to determine what to buy into.

>> No.29301138

i have no idea since that depends on bitcoin price entirely
is it even disclosed what their breakeven is on the bitcoin price?

>> No.29301164

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to invest in Palantir. The company itself is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of machine learning and data structuring most of the tech and its applications will go over a typical investors head. There's also society's nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into a dystopian high tech future- this philosophy draws heavily from Orwellian literature, for instance. The Palantir investor understands this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of this company, to realize that they're not just a company- they say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike Palantir ARE idiots- of course they wouldn't appreciate, for instance, the inclination in what Palantirs CEO said when he said, "We believe in augmenting human intelligence, not replacing it," which itself is a cryptic reference to Huxley's magnum opus Brave New World. I'm smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Alexander Karp's genius wit unfolds itself on their brokerage sites. What fools... how I pity them.

>> No.29301167

it's coming but no one knows when. could be another 70% year for TQQQ or -70% year cause 3x leverage. we're at minimum due for a correction. so you could try to buy then next 10-20% dip in the market and DCA down until it rebounds.
I'm waiting on that to happen before snapping up a shitload of SOXL and TQQQ

>> No.29301176

Any smart government will spy on the citizens of as many nations as they can get away with. They only spy on its own citizens as far as you know.

>> No.29301213

Did you miss the words "euphoric bull run"?

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can you tell me more about how it's a money losing company? are they cooking the books because to me it looks like the cost of revenue isn't going up nearly as fast as revenue is

about the gay mutt thing no not really

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I know I'm not the first person to think of and I know it's not free money (nothing is in stocks lol), but I've done a lot of calculations with Black-Scholes and it should almost always work (IV practically always goes down after earnings). Obviously the options market doesn't always follow Black-Scholes and the bid-ask spread might fuck me, which is why I'm not going to try this with really small caps or illiquid options

>> No.29301261

Is it expected to dump short term after the split?

>> No.29301267

First, and most important, the analyst should be in control. In other words, the primary way of interacting with an analysis tool should be human-driven queries. While automated approaches can complement a human-driven approach, there simply is no substitute for human intelligence. Unless you put a person behind the wheel, the system can never be flexible or creative enough to uncover truly original insight. Artificial Intelligence just isn’t there yet

Ability to summarize large data sets. Some of this is what has traditionally been called data mining: the largely automated approach—using machine learning or other statistical techniques—of processing lots of data at once and extracting nuggets that capture something interesting about the data. Unlike Palantir, traditional approaches have focused almost exclusively on this aspect of analysis.

Actually its pretty illegal to spy on your own citizens still. FISA courts and what not although even those can be abuse as many have recently witnessed. No, but its not illegal to view things other, allied nations have collected on your citizens. Five Eyes and the like.

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>> No.29301330

I looked through their docs a couple of days ago, I believe it costs them ~$8000 gross to mine 1 bitcoin, so their breakeven is pretty good. They have a good deal on electricity in place.

>> No.29301355

Ability to visualize large data sets. Here the analyst wants interesting and informative ways of viewing data graphically, to make it easier for him to digest. The analyst wants more than just a summary of the data; he wants a nuanced view of what’s going on inside these data sets: What’s the overall shape of the distribution? What are the outliers? What are important structures within the data?

Ability to iterate rapidly. This means enabling the analyst to ask a question, get the answer, and then quickly ask either a variant on the initial question or a follow-up question that depends on the answer to the initial question. This rapid, iterative process allows the analyst to quickly test out hypotheses and develop theories about what’s going on in the data, and by extension to discover what’s going on in the world.

Ability to collaborate with other analysts. Getting a handle on a terabyte of data, especially when it comprises multiple data types, is definitely more than a one-person job. Any organization that’s serious about understanding the world needs a team of analysts that can work together as more than the sum of its parts. This requires the ability for one analyst to effortlessly share the results of his analysis with his colleagues.


>> No.29301361

Why would a government spy on its own people? Unless they are doing so for evil purposes. You know. To beat them down and completely control every aspect of their lives.

American politicians are evil and completely incompetent.

>> No.29301365

>how do you know if a company will actually moon or not? what metric determines this?
you can't, really. there's no metric otherwise everyone would be wise to it.
irrational euphoria. In this market, supply&demand over hype can move a stock way more than fundamentals. see every other stock caught up in the GME short squeeze. see wework before it all fell apart.

>> No.29301392

dividends are not loadsamoney. they're little tiny bits of money over long, infrequent periods of time.

>> No.29301402

this has been discussed extensively in regards to palantir already. they do enron-levels of accounting handwaving.
the fact is that their development costs are enormous (see: >>29299899) and they cannot hide it for long.

>> No.29301431

autism, the post.

>> No.29301462

Look at Congress and the Biden administration. You think they aren’t spying on every single one of us? They are terrified that no one actually supports them or wants to vote for them. Their only option left is to strong arm the American people. It’s not working. Still no one supports them

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works for me bro

>> No.29301501

That’s what analysis looks like to the analyst, or rather what it should look like in an ideal world. (Current tools fall far short of this vision.) So what do we do at PLTR in order to make analysis this smooth and easy? You could say that we help summarize large data sets, in the sense that we have to provide the analyst with a rich library of techniques and algorithms. You could also say that we do visualization, in the sense that we have to provide the analyst with a set of interesting and informative ways of visualizing their data. We do both of these things, and we have to be creative and solve hard problems in order to add value in these areas. But we do a lot more than that. Probably the most central hard problem that we address in trying to enable the analyst is data modeling, the process of figuring out what data types are relevant to a domain, defining what they represent in the world, and deciding how to represent them in the system. At Palantir we make sure our data model (ontology) is both flexible and dynamic, and that it mirrors the concepts people naturally use when reasoning about the domain. This is no small challenge, but we’re already making it a reality. In finance our basic data types include financial instruments, dates, portfolios, indices, and strategies—the same things that financial researchers think about, talk about, and reason with. In the intelligence product our basic data types include people, places, and events (all with associated properties), which is exactly the way we all represent the world in our minds.

>> No.29301532

so how do you find the next one? what resource(s) do you use? seems like WSB is kind of a poisoned well at this point after the GME mess.

>> No.29301571

kek post the one where he discusses having gay adventures in Berlin instead

>> No.29301598

doesn't matter though, apparently, because they can just rig shit and get away with it and no one will stop them.

>> No.29301705

Data modeling, data summarization, and data visualization are the core disciplines for approaching large data sets. Human-driven queries, rapid iteration, and collaboration are multipliers, taking the power unlocked by the core disciplines to the next level. When these pieces are brought together in a coherent system, the result is in an analysis platform both very generic and very powerful.This is what we mean when we say that we’re changing the way people approach data. Welcome to the future of analysis.

If they are the FISA courts must be in hyperdrive unless of course they have tools like this but privately. In reality courts still exist, how are they to introduce their evidence into these courts without proper FISA documents, ducks in a row? Thats the entire reason Muellers investigation fell apart which sets precedence.

>> No.29301708

yay 4% annual, maybe 5% in 5 years. nevermind that you can pull 50% quarterly actively managing your own money.

>> No.29301714

i hate when people use this word when discussing databases

reddit -> faggots -> 42%

>> No.29301752

depends. CMRE PRE D for example yields 8.75% per year while the price basically crabs over long periods. they're direct profits that don't affect your underlying holdings and you don't need to fret about timing the market.

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oh my god

>> No.29301788

If you start trading options, here are some tips:

1. Learn the terms
- Put vs call
- Strike Price
- Expiration Date

2. Stay away from weeklies. That means don't buy any options that expire the same week as you purchase it.

3. While your at it, don't buy any options that expire within 2 weeks.

4. Don't buy options that expire on a Monday

5. Buy long options in blue chips, or established companies or ETFs (spy or voo are good ones to start)

6. Be conservative.

7. Take the money and run. If your option goes up a decent amount, cash it out. It might go up more, but at least you cashed out in the green. Don't get greedy or you will see lots of red.

8. Don't buy options in meme stocks

9. Don't buy options in meme stocks

10. Take the money and run.

11. Don't panic sell, don't panic buy.

12. Strongly consider selling if you are up a lot at the end of a day. Aftermarket movings can kill your profits before market open the next day (see, SPCE from 2/11 to 2/12. I lost nearly $10k overnight.)

I have been trading options for about 2 months and these are my beginner rules. Things i wish i would have done. Be patient and don't be stupid.

>> No.29301828

Stop buying meme stocks

>> No.29301875

My toilet has a pipe which directly leads to my obese white neighbor's drive way don't worry

>> No.29301880

starts working at 10M minimum

>> No.29301906

>worthless rocks
>posts wrasslin gif

do you have double-digit teeth?

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I should've bought the BECKY ETF...
why has nobody told me that women waste so much money on these things holy shit

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I put 33% of my portfolio in ARKF leaps expiring jan 2023.

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imagine not having sold at the top of /f/ short squeeze

>> No.29302012

probably pump & dump private discords if you want to get in early. there are sentiment trackers for /biz/ and wsb and stocktwits etc but that is likely the path to FOMO + bagholding. SNDL is a good example. was shilled here and wsb for a day or two (? maybe more) before it mooned and crashed in under a week
hyper aggressive ETFs like ARK_ might be for you. 175% in a year is basically mooning, we won't get a bull run like this for another decade

>> No.29302053

Do you also do spreads?

>> No.29302057

As soon as people are forced to start paying rent again, they will pull all their profits or losses from crypto and stocks, and everything will crash

>> No.29302149

tomorrow everything will be green

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probably after first trading week yes, thats typical of splits in anything, trailing stop loss order or just holding and not panicking will pay off, if you're uncertain revisit in the third week of march.

>> No.29302193

>7. Take the money and run. If your option goes up a decent amount, cash it out. It might go up more, but at least you cashed out in the green. Don't get greedy or you will see lots of red.
You need to phrase this in a less dramatic way or else people will get scared off from options.

What this guy is trying to get at is that the whole point of options is that you get asymmetric returns with high volatility, that is part of the whole purpose of options. That high vol / asymmetric returns comes from a high momentum day with a lot of velocity for the share price action. This manifests as a very steep slope up and to the right for options. The more momentum/velocity your play has, the better time it is for you to sell, since you have liquidity from retail pouring in as well at that time.

>> No.29302196 [DELETED] 

Stfu retard is this your 1st 10% income ?
don’t be a tard who says shit here
tell me what bot r u using for it
I am clever enough to realize how it’s working
Bot Ocean - the thing u need

>> No.29302239

i filter through smg for my picks
suncor was interesting so i bought leaps. im still holding gatekeeper

>> No.29302252


Look into companies that are making semiconductors for the automotive industry such as TXN/Infineon/NXP/etc

>> No.29302258

I can just smell the curry from this post

>> No.29302362

am i reading this right that money printer go brrr?

>> No.29302365


> Thats the entire reason Muellers investigation fell apart which sets precedence.

The probe fell apart because they had no evidence. They manufactured some evidence as well, but it was too stupid to be believable. Rod Rosenstein was the one who approved the entire thing because he had a personal hatred for President Trump. The first week Bar was in office, he forced Mueller to end the probe and write his report.

>> No.29302430

Exactly. Their ducks were all kinds of fucked up.

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Wasting money bribing government officials. Aws will get eaten by growing decentralized internet. Blue origin is a failure bezos sunk into.
Overvalued company run by african scam artist thats playing on reddit and twitter to get more gibs, will get eaten by competitors this decade
Gigantic software failure operating system run by ego trippers that have nowhere near the vision jobs had and will shit the bed over time. Fucking huawei is already chipping away at their marketshare.

All these arent bigboy stocks just boomer bags looking to implode by 2030.

>> No.29302459

All good advice, my only question is the long-term stuff
This is a massive bull market right now, and huge bull runs usually end in crashes. The Fed has been printing more money than ever before (more than 2008, more than the Great Depression) to prop the economy up, how long can they keep doing this? As long as they keep the money printers going the bull run will continue but surely they can't keep going forever, at which point it will inevitably crash
Is SPY/VOO a good long term play? I'm feeling like waiting for the dip but no idea how long that will take

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imagine being so butt hurt about PLTR you spam fud every single thread.

>> No.29302601

everybody says this, therefore won't happen. too easy

>> No.29302625

8k tqqq
2k meme stocks

>> No.29302629

>responding to an actual bot

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not all those who wander are lost kek

>> No.29302681

le hobbit poster

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Sorry sirs I thought it was a fellow Hindu Aryan.
Also kek someone bought a shit load of April 19c CRBP calls yesterday.....that is SUPER far out the money.
Someone is either crazy or knows something about CRBP's upcoming trial results

>> No.29302733

imagine not buying ROLLS ROYCE

>> No.29302784

imagine believing the PLTR ceo didn't deliberately FUD the company on the earnings call because he knew soros was going to dump 14 million shares on the market as soon as the lockup ended and he wanted to reward institutional investors backing the company like ark and mithril with an easy entry point to buy up his whole bag on the low

>> No.29302798

What are futures looking like for Monday? Red or green?

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it can't just keep going up

>> No.29302844

Pltr bros and SOXLovers should make an alliance to stop bobos

>> No.29302846

I've been gone since June. Did /ptg/ die?

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I unironically think you guys are retarded for atleast not throwing a couple grand at what could be a massive monopoly in the future. but continue thinking you are superior as you are out of touch with reality.

>> No.29302911

Fucking based af. I'd do some thai chi or whatever the fuck it is with the dude for that one.

>> No.29302912

Blood red

>> No.29302924

I said 0 years and got approved with my bank
Doesnt matter for level 2

>> No.29302928

Why has tqqq just crabbed last couple days?

>> No.29302950

How is SOXL not majorly overpriced?

>> No.29302952

> Aws will get eaten by growing decentralized internet.
dumb take. The internet is getting more centralized by the day. Like 95% of the traffic is over a handful of websites.

>> No.29302961

this is GME cultist levels of cope
Q planned the LOTR reference!!!!!

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any swing trading MVIS frens?

>> No.29303047

>at what could be a massive monopoly in the future
could be, would be, should be, who cares
it won't

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Who is this girl? Is she a spooky ghost? Do you have any info on her

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>> No.29303075

Where my SHAQSPAC chads at? I'm ready for the lid to be blown the fuck off on Monday.
ShawSPAC 2.0 will be huge as well, im jumping on it as soon as jt's listed. Can't lose with three ex Disney execs on board

>> No.29303081

The amount of chips per capita is still increasing globally. 5G is a large catalyst for this boom.

>> No.29303105

Because Nasdaq along with the other indices have crabbed the last couple of days

>> No.29303137


>the CEO totally intentionally made the price of his stock drop guysss!!!

These are the people who believe Trump is a genius

>> No.29303181

look at the holdings

wrong market to ask this in
but we're in the semiconductor age. everything is integrating chips, especially things that don't need them.

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What's a Chinese stock with good fundamentals?

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nice take bobo

>> No.29303200

GTE will save you.

>> No.29303214

how do you decide what is worth buying into on here, vs. what to avoid?

>> No.29303223


Baozun $BZUN

>> No.29303240

Those are some surprisingly decent feet for a chink bugwoman

>> No.29303244

Day trading tips? I know the daily market fluctuations like: open high, crab til lunch, dump at lunch, crab til close, and close low. Any other stuff to keep in mind? I just want quick 2-5% hits on high volume robinhooder stocks.

>> No.29303250

Embrace holocunny

>> No.29303254

what the fuck do i do? I made gains and I am afraid a crash is coming I want to cash out do i jus tgo into hard cash or gold/silver the fuck do I do to keep my value I feel that after this stimulus a fucking crash will happen

>> No.29303274

i'm morally against Palanir im not investing in big brother

>> No.29303285

>chinese company
>good fundamentals
Cha bu do
WWIII, delisting imminent

>> No.29303299

WIMI is good stock

>> No.29303303

>Day trading tips?
Yeah, don't. Swing trade instead

>> No.29303322

google tradingview and macd
stay away from pharma

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Lol what the fuck

>> No.29303378

green mondy ca-tching!

>> No.29303389

NAKD to $100!

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>> No.29303422

nah bro there is simply no way the guy who dresses, acts and talks like a gay autist is actually a gay autist whose autism was so off-putting that he made the stock price plummet
it's all 4D chess. he was just pretending to be retarded!

>> No.29303443

Lmao imagine avoiding a stock because of le reddit boogeyman. Congrats dude you fell for the financial media psy op

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I hope you held your miners over the weekend!

>> No.29303464

You'll get some big correction weeks in March/April, Bobo.

>> No.29303466

so, what, you just buy anything shilled on here that has a positive MACD crossing?

>> No.29303480

Fundamentals. Pick ones with risk-reward in YOUR favor

>> No.29303484

I have no mouth and I must BARF

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>> No.29303538

Yeah man Reddit brah. Be part of the movement bro. Just yolo lmao

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no not every shill is worthy, macd consolidation and two-three bull flag steps is good enough for a swing in my book

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im in @14

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>> No.29303620

imagine ignoring all the red flags about a stock just because someone photoshopped the company ceo to be a dabbing pepe. congrats dude you fell for the /biz/ bagholder memes.

>> No.29303622

Why would they release the results on the weekend and not Friday AH? Who works on the weekend?

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>> No.29303663

I'll do both but I've got $25k to start my new margin account so day trades are an option available to me that I haven't played with before.

I spent last spring swing trading meme shit with some decent success but not much capital to invest with and it looks like I've got capital now and this spring off from work so I want to take it more seriously. Swing trading tips are welcome too.

Last year I mainly just tried to predict the meme stocks and sold when they pumped and tripled my small investment.

>> No.29303684

deciding which stocks to buy is called Due Diligence. a risky strategy is "buy the rumor, sell the news" which is basically how biopharma stocks go. promising trial, next phase, uh oh the medicine is useless. 80% crash. it's ok to miss the very top end of the profits.

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>> No.29303770

With the popularity of retail trading you can now buy the rumor and sell the story.

>> No.29303788

Buffet took profits on apple

>> No.29303793

That's not trading, that's literally just gambling. If you want to gamble like that then just do swing "trading" with the same mindset and hope to god that the bull market will keep on going

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>> No.29303851

Options are just another way to get leverage on a position. If you're not using leverage in the stock market wtf are you doing, this is /biz/ not /boomer/. The only reason we play the stock market is because you can lever yourself up to your eyeballs.

>> No.29303898

just ape in brah

>> No.29304329

TAKOF but do your own dd

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