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"Hey everybody! We're all getting laid!"

>> No.29588624

I don't use threads unless they have half naked anime girls in the opening post.

>> No.29588631

memes aside is this the bull trap?

>> No.29588642

I love these images man

>> No.29588662

i miss when these threads were just one a day
that's because you're a fucking gook loving tranny

>> No.29588707
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This feels so comfy. My NYMT doing good.

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In my opinion no, the momentum is pretty crazy to the upside.
Maybe if it starts dumping and halves today's gains at the least.

Though it could be something like this

>> No.29588780

Who is the succubus in the left panel?

>> No.29588888

The woman who caused Michael Douglas to get throat cancer because he ate too much of her pussy.

>> No.29588950

I hope it is so I can get cheapies tomorrow
Cath z jones uncultured swine

>> No.29588956

Hope you’re getting cheap YANGs, incoming crash within the next few years will pay off big time (I just hope usd is worth something by then)
See YANGs 2009 chart for validation

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Some of you are cool, don't buy the South Sea Bubble.
Do buy everything else and come laugh at bears with me.
>they didn't buy the dip
You greedy motherfuckers, you want your TQQQ for free?

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>> No.29589033

Way to go, allinleveragedreitanon

>> No.29589111

>sections with 20-50 year stretches of negative/neutral returns

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>>Buying TSLA at $4000
You need to separate the numbers of shares bought or sold which can be the result of fund flows from the weighting of TSLA, just because they buy something doesn't mean it will end up becoming a higher percentage of the ETF. ARK's timing in how they weight TSLA has been extremely successful, they often end up selling the top because of their 10% max weight guideline and then pick up cheapies on days like yesterday.

>> No.29589272

I simply question the management for having any TSLA exposure right now.
>ARK's timing in how they weight TSLA has been extremely successful
Obviously, its a linear bubble.

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Should I sell?
I feel like I’m getting greedy if I stay in this position

>> No.29589458

Just trim shares.

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Stocks are the best inflation hedge change my mind
Pic is Venezuela's stock market

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Should we be worried?

>> No.29589545

>Stock market gonna soar while BTC crashes

What happened to all those people saying that if BTC crashed everything would crash?

>> No.29589598

You should always sell if you think you should sell and then buy more if you want. Wait a minute is that RYCEY, no you shouldn't sell that.

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If your country collapses because of inflation you have nothing

>> No.29589824

Relax ladies and gentlemen, it's all part of the show

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>while BTC crashes

>> No.29589917

dump happening

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Anyone who has traded gold before knows whats about to happen

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>20 years of crabbing
You can make money in a crab market
>50 years
I said DON'T buy the South Sea Bubble
Fuck's sake anon
Yeah that's why all the rich Germans went bankrupt during Weimar
They looted the entire country's wealth while the working class starved, and would have kept it if their excesses hadn't led to violent upheaval
>Obviously, its a bubble.
Obviously he says.
Short it then.

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>up 1.04% today

>> No.29590281

>Short it then.
I'm a scalper, I don't hold positions.

But its kinda crazy to meet a genuine TSLA bull that isn't trying to get me to watch Avengers.

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>Stocks are the best inflation hedge change my mind
I can't. This is literally how it would work during inflation...

Provided someone didn't step in to put a stop to said inflation...

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If we start dumping now we'll probably hit the highs from yesterday. R-right?

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>90% index funds
>10% deep value stock picks that tend to outperform the market
After over a decade of trial and error I've found what works for me. Stay comfy out there bois.

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>> No.29590548

TSLA isn't a true bubble, it may be overvalued with years worth of growth priced in but it never deflates much because the speculative case for the company is still intact. As long as people think that they'll lead the autonomous driving or energy storage industry, and it's very likely they will, the price will keep most of its support until they fulfill their goals and then it will be valued fundamentally.

>> No.29590570

I see bounce at 388 (spy) if we dump.

>> No.29590577

about a 60-40 split for me lad but I'm young

>> No.29590695

I'm only 37, I'm also y-... who am I kidding.

>> No.29590731

Give some names, please

>> No.29590743

what are your favorite funds? I'm not deep enough into index funds aside SOXL/TQQQ.

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WAGMI boomer bro

Right now I've got

>> No.29590854

I think 90% of the retail investors in TSLA think they're somehow also investing in all of Elon Musk's other shit.
Musk himself said TSLA is staying a car company and primarily a car company.

These people act like there will be 0 competition and don't even realize that once cars become fully autonomous we'll probably stop actually buying and owning cars soon enough.

>> No.29590870

I thought GEO was just a meme, but now I see that Burry has been buying it for his portfolio?
Is there actually an opportunity in buying shares of private prisons?

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Those faggots don't effect the market anyway.
My thesis is simple, Solow growth model, fourth industrial revolution, Jetsons, but with a dose of civilizational collapse.
Why do they live on a planet by themselves with robot butler? Think about it

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I notice an intersection between people saying to stay out of semiconductors and people saying pltr is a piece of shit

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looks like we're gonna have a sour hour today

>> No.29591065

I personally just do not want to put up Tesla and its wild swings. Pre-2020, it was around $80. It was $200 in the Summer. It's now between 800 and 700.

I think it's worth $600, maybe 650. I think that value will increase going forward, but I dont see it outpacing the hype for the next several months. I certainly wouldn't buy into it right now.

I feel like there are stronger profits to be made with long positions elsewhere.

>> No.29591112

>Those faggots don't effect the market anyway.
Except TSLA is one of the few stocks that has increased in individual volume (instead of the usual ETF trading the funds perform) over the recent years. The bubble is retail formed, clear as day.
>My thesis is simple, Solow growth model, fourth industrial revolution, Jetsons, but with a dose of civilizational collapse.
Seems crazy to buy a car company for that.

>> No.29591162

>we'll probably stop actually buying and owning cars
Bullish af
Whole fleets of them that I think is "my business" but TSLA gets a cut
There's a few years of zero competition and then rising competition from Ford, Toyota.
Companies weighed down by unions. Companies with 100 years of competence in building and servicing combustion engines, and 0 years of competence in EV.
It's an early mover advantage on steroids. I'm sad it took me so long to understand but at least I owned TQQQ this whole time.

>> No.29591205

pre-2020 it would swing between 120-300 all year round. I owned like 40 shares at 200 and sold around 300 back in 2018.

>> No.29591214

Those are some comfy funds. My SKYW is at the absolute bottom of the market today because it's won too much lately.
I am very in on semis and also staying out of PLTR because it's vaporware.

>> No.29591317

VTSAX is my anchor (Vanguard's broad market extremely low fee ETF). Individual stock/fund picks from the last 6 months:
I nabbed WFC and VDE at the absolute bottom last year, got very fortunate with the timing. WPC has done ok and has a nice divvie. CXW is my most contrarian buy because everyone is terrified of private prisons atm but I think in a year it's going to be at least 2x.

>> No.29591322

JETS and UCO have been great for me the past two weeks, and were the only green in my portfolio yesterday

>> No.29591323

>The bubble is retail formed, clear as day.
I automatically disregard arguments that say
Clear as day
and just move on.
Retail doesn't do fuck all and I'd love to see someone try to prove otherwise. If you're name's not Masayoshi Son you're not gamma squeezing anything.
>Seems crazy to buy a car company for that.
See >>29591162
I only own it through TQQQ, UPRO, et cet

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>> No.29591446

But Tesla isn't pursuing that, and Musk likely is so egomaniacal that he doesn't for see that happening.
>There's a few years of zero competition and then rising competition from Ford, Toyota.
I know for a fact Toyota is pursuing this because of something my boss told me about a deal he's doing with them having to do with turning unused land along the interstate into car garages for autonomous drone vehicles (this is probably insider information and illegal lmao but he told me first)

>> No.29591524

If you had normie midwit tier coworkers you'd know what I'm talking about when I say it is an obvious retail bubble.

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My TripAdvisor stock finally broke into profit today, I'm up about 20% :)

>> No.29591803

I think its dump time Desu~

>> No.29591835

fucking nice call on WFC.
>everyone afraid of private prisons
with Kamala Harris in charge they'll quietly do just fine.
yeah I can tell lol, I only own SU, SKYW, and ALK but days like today make me want to just go on the indexes because my manual picks aren't actually that good. part of me also wants to just put it on what I have + UAL and + XOM/CVX

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Holy fuck Palladium is so bullish.

>> No.29591853

It's a car manufacturer, it's worth $150 max.
It won't bring real profits anytime soon and they're also losing market share every year to other EVs.
It's purely a hype and meme stock solely because of Musk.

>> No.29592000

>fucking nice call on WFC.
Thanks, I'm very proud of that and VDE- up over 50% on both already, I didn't anticipate such a fast turnaround.

>> No.29592026

Why is everything up so much today? Is this it? Is the big dump coming?
I'm locked out and can't sell until tomorrow so I hope not.

>> No.29592044

>But Tesla isn't pursuing that
The self driving package costs $10k.
In a couple years, this payment will represent the cost commercializing your new robotaxi asset.
When you sell the used car the new owner has to pay $10k too.
Since TSLA is public, Elon probably won't unilaterally give up this income stream.
Ergo they are pursuing it, it is pursued, done deal.
Yeah I get it, I am willing to grant you that every big auto maker is doing it.
They're 10 years behind and their core competencies are useless in this business. You can't just throw money at the problem of designing your own batteries, while also keeping a legacy ICE automaker afloat, it violates the principle against investing in conglomerates because there are hardly any synergies there.

>> No.29592058

Are Tesla cybertruck queue numbers gonna be worth anything?

>> No.29592060

we are all going to die

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>> No.29592150

I'm talking about creating a type of car that is not owned.

>> No.29592184

leap calls vs long holding ETFs. could use ARKK as an example. would you have higher returns buying a 1 year leap than if you held for that same period of time?

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It just keeps pumping

>> No.29592283

The good news is that if we do dump it can't be any worse than where we finished yesterday.

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Not comfy

>> No.29592395

>Yeah I get it, I am willing to grant you that every big auto maker is doing it.
>They're 10 years behind and their core competencies are useless in this business. You can't just throw money at the problem of designing your own batteries, while also keeping a legacy ICE automaker afloat, it violates the principle against investing in conglomerates because there are hardly any synergies there.
IIRC isn't Toyota ahead of everyone in battery research? They're putting in billions towards better batteries like solid state batteries.

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Normie interest does not translate to a retail bubble. Because retail doesn't do fuck all. Retail would have to be able to do things to create bubbles. Your coworkers are trivia, it's a good sell signal a lot of the time but it's not actually related to price action.
My opinion is simply TSLA is undervalued because institutions are irrationally bearish. Retail doesn't come into the picture.

>> No.29592425

I'm gonna wait for a sale on par with yesterday

>> No.29592426

I mean... it can

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I'm staying hopeful

>> No.29592634

Retail buys and hodls
TSLA was basically a reverse stock crash because of how much it was shorted, but its held up because of the

why do you think it rose leading to a reverse split? An event that should have absolutely no effect on its market cap.

>> No.29592662

I don't know how to achieve maximum gains if I want comfy dividend reinvesting.
I want long term dividend reinvesting.
I have XOM with a incoming yield of 8%
I don't have any S&P 500 etf.
What could yield me more dividends in the future and better growth?

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God this crab. But catalyst soon. I can feel it

>> No.29592694

That chart doesn't make sense
What is "households"? It can't be retail clients buying individual stocks. And most households have people who own a shitload of mutual funds and ETFs in their 401k.

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>> No.29592744

Can you tell me something about why CXW over GEO?
I really don't know if there is a meaningful difference between the two...

>> No.29592769

Does these count as "comfystock" ?


These has yet to be PnD-ed by reddit.

>> No.29592783

I doubt most of the investors think they're getting SpaceX ownership, it's more that there is a lot of synergy between the companies that's hard to properly value and they're a bit overzealous and speculative. Tesla directly benefits from the Boring company and producing parts for SpaceX, such as the batteries that power the control surfaces on Starship. They may eventually benefit from Starlink if they figure out a way to fit a terminal into a car that doesn't look awful. These are not huge sources of revenue but they could become significant as Elon Musk disrupts more industries.
>These people act like there will be 0 competition and don't even realize that once cars become fully autonomous we'll probably stop actually buying and owning cars soon enough.
They do have very high gross margins for a number of reasons and high market share but you're looking at it the wrong way, Tesla is a car company in the sense that they'll make cars which have a lot of competition but their end goal is to dominate the robotaxi industry which will be a winner take most situation because the company with the most robotaxis on the road will be able to route more efficiently so not only will passengers be picked up faster, Tesla will have greater margins and so they can outcompete most other companies. Tesla has the cheapest self driving production and the least regulatory hurdles for developing it. They're vertically integrated unlike companies like Google that have to partner to retrofit vehicles and they'll have the battery supply to actually produce the EVs that are needed for this.

>> No.29592865

I know, but it's a mistake to think there's a big difference.
TSLA owning all the robotaxis itself, or letting owners monetize their cars as robotaxis and taking a $10k fee every time the car is sold/resold. These are the same thing just with some costs shifted around, and my arguments about TSLA being first + not weighed down by a legacy ICE business still apply.

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You guys should take a look at GME MACD

>> No.29592902

you absolute memer

>> No.29592905

>IIRC isn't Toyota ahead of everyone in battery research?

nah man that's Hitachi and Panasonic realm

>> No.29592920

>bye Mars
>hi Jupiter

>> No.29592923

>I doubt most of the investors think they're getting SpaceX ownership, it's more that there is a lot of synergy between the companies that's hard to properly value and they're a bit overzealous and speculative. Tesla directly benefits from the Boring company and producing parts for SpaceX, such as the batteries that power the control surfaces on Starship. They may eventually benefit from Starlink if they figure out a way to fit a terminal into a car that doesn't look awful. These are not huge sources of revenue but they could become significant as Elon Musk disrupts more industries.
This is like running a 1 minute mile. Its pure hopium.
Nobody has a tangible idea of how all these things will interact so they don't think about it and just click buy because Daddy Elon will save us!

>> No.29592940

Why do you people insist on dividends so much. If there's a real market crash and SPY goes down the shitter so will dividend yielding companies and they'll stop paying divvies until the crisis is over.

>> No.29593000

go back to wsb already you fags have long overstayed your welcome here

>> No.29593158

You are one retarded piece of shit, senpai.

>> No.29593164

I'd be surprised if this didn't screech toward ATH at closing

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>> No.29593178

I actually can. CXW suspended their dividend and is paying down debt like crazy, they have an extremely financially savvy management. GEO has a full-retard 13.5% divvie that it can't possibly sustain. CXW has much less exposure to federal prisoners, and Biden is saying he wants to cease the use of private prisons for federal inmates. Every major analysis of private prisons recommends CXW over GEO. I see this as a major opportunity to buy while there's blood in the streets.

>> No.29593225

That's gambling on breakthroughs, and your investment comes along with a 100 year old business focused on lubricated machine parts.
I'm a fundamental value investor, not a gambler.

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>greentexting a link

>> No.29593392

From my perspective dividends provide a basis for a stock's valuation. Earnings are shared and money flows into the stock market.
Stocks that never intend to pay dividends pretty much work on the formula "someone will buy it for a higher price"

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>Toyota is a car company
More of a future tech company than TSLA, objectively speaking.

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>> No.29593653

Slapping a MACD on a previous pump and dump and getting excited over two moving average crossing each other is pretty cringe

>> No.29593702

How do you value invest in US equities? Aren't we trading like 30-40 times earnings right now?

>> No.29593829

Do you know who Ryan Cohen is?
Honest question.

>> No.29593841

Sure, valuation is based on present and future dividends
Focusing on mature companies and ignoring the young ones that are reinvesting in themselves is not good

>> No.29593860

Find companies where fear blinds people to solid fundamentals.

>> No.29594187

Oh, nevermind my bad, I forgot Cohen was gonna turn the company into a 500 dollar stock by selling funko pops and holding overnight D&D sessions

>> No.29594228

INTC is one btw

>> No.29594256

Because I'm still not very good at trading and dividends are comfier because I'm not worrying about closing my position

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>we would have personal robot roomba butlers in 5 years but japs keep wasting time with stupid humanoids cuz of their obsession with gundams
i just want an r2d2 knockoff with a hologram waifu is that so much to ask? just make it out of a fucking steel drum

>> No.29594316

>its held up because of the
So says you. I have seen no evidence retail mattered. Retail never matters.
>why do you think it rose leading to a reverse split?
Institutional investors realizing they were wrong
>An event that should have absolutely no effect on its market cap.
Algos front running retail on news pumps, okay I'm not saying retail can't be observed at all you're right about that. But if you notice, the price ultimately rose to new highs after the split price action was finished. The secular market cap growth caused the split and continued afterward, dwarfing the effect of every news pump and dump like the split, battery day, and S&P listing.
>What is "households"? It can't be retail clients buying individual stocks.
It is though.
>And most households have people who own a shitload of mutual funds and ETFs in their 401k.
That's not direct ownership of stocks, is it. You own an ETF interest, the ETF owns the stock.
Businesses also own ETFs and Mutual Funds.
Still you can see that the influence of individual pickers is smaller, not larger, than it was in the days of Joe Kennedy's shoeshine boy.
Retail bubble is an absolute meme. Masayoshi Son caused a NQ gamma squeeze and it deflated immediately but left people paranoid. Michael Burry gamma squeezed a micro cap and thinks that's the same thing. Everyone else is just listening to CNBC about muh "trading frenzies"

>> No.29594383

Good luck to you, anon. Maybe someday you'll believe in something again.

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anyone here holding GTE? unsure whether to sell today or hold through earnings tonight

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I want one of these with an arm that gets shit from the fridge.

>> No.29594502

What's your cost basis on gme?

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A lot of new shorts at $40 thought they were smart.
Even though I think it's worth more long term, I wouldn't read too much into it right now.

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>holding overnight DnD sessions
that right there is a million dollar industry. Can easily charge normies 300-1k a person to play DnD as 'corporate team building' or 'Religious retreats'

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I bought the SRAC dip today, looks like it wants to bottom out

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i always wanted to buy railroads cuz trains are cool

>> No.29594671

If you are investing the same amount then usually, yes. But obvy its case by case depending on the premium. Leaps are great to buy on red days.

>> No.29594718

>objectively speaking
>looks at monetization of Tesla autopilot in next 5 years
>looks at monetization of THR3 in next 5 years

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>> No.29594815

>So says you. I have seen no evidence retail mattered. Retail never matters.
I told you, it is one of the few stocks that has increase its volume overtime.
This indicates individuals investing in it exclusively, not through ETFs

Retail always matters. You don't think retail contributes to bubbles? The dotcom bubble had nothing to do with retail all day trading from their desks at work?

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What's an undervalued stock with good fundamentals?

>> No.29594907

monetization =/= futurism

>> No.29595029

I thought that was the price target

>> No.29595043

It's not a matter of whoever has the best batteries will become the most successful EV automaker just like the companies who produce the best engines aren't necessarily the most successful ICE automakers. Tesla already has great batteries but if someone pulls a rabbit of out their hat and has the ability to mass produce a cheap solid state battery, other companies will soon produce them as well because there are thousands of cell chemistries that cannot be patented. Already the performance of modern batteries are enough that EVs are better than ICE, Toyota or whoever gaining solid state would just be stealing their own sales and they have smaller margins on EVs so it could actually end up being a net loss for them. This is part of the problem with the other automakers, at best they're cannibalizing themselves in the transition to EV while losing market share to pure EV companies. On top of this they have issues with unions and the dealership business model.

The biggest factor with batteries is supply and price, Tesla has secured their supply chain and is spinning up producing their own cells. Eventually batteries will be no different than any other auto part.

>> No.29595085
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>Down -31 weekly
>Up 7 percent today

>> No.29595134

I think corporate would prefer something less "white" for team building

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>> No.29595201

Trains are incredibly cool! Sadly I don't see anything changing the US's stance on them because of airline lobbying but I wish it did.

You could very easily have high-speed rail connecting major hubs
>California coast + Vegas
>Texas triangle
>Minneapolis to Milwaukee to Chicago to St. Louis to Kansas City to Omaha to Minneapolis
>Multiple east coast lines
would be fucking great but oil and airlines own the country

>> No.29595240

>Merger of Beachbody, fitness & nutrition company, Myx Fitness, home cycling company, (and Openfit?)
>Direct competitor to PTON and much more affordable.
>Beachbody has 1B in revenue already, with new growth drivers. 3B market cap... 300M offered to $FRX.
>Myx Fitness sells in-home fitness equipment... they are best know for their Myo Bike, which is $700 - $800 cheaper than Peloton
Still treat it like any other SPAC and get ready for the post-merger dump.

>> No.29595323

>increase its volume overtime.
>This indicates individuals investing in it exclusively
Because institutions don't drive volume.
Your argument is circular and doesn't match objective reality. The highest amount of retail volume ever was on memestop day, and it was only 32% of volume.
For the sake of calculations, the amount of TSLA held by retail is 0, same as everything else.
>You don't think retail contributes to bubbles?
No, what is the evidence it does?
>The dotcom bubble had nothing to do with retail all day trading from their desks at work?
No, what is the evidence it did?

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im gonna have you roll me a d6, 4,5,6 week is green, 2 or 3 week is red. 1, you get bogged permanently

>> No.29595393

my mom is a boomer schizo and was saying something about bill gates buying CSX stock or something

>> No.29595394

>it's mentioned on 4chan therefore it will make you money
yeah good luck with that

>> No.29595405
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damn guess lots of people feel the same

>> No.29595447

Are you trying to invest in futurism?
I'm trying to make money.

>> No.29595555
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Sorry, bud. High-speed trains aren't for the plebs.
>mfw China actually has a better nationwide hypertrain system than we do.

>> No.29595556

Strawman, no fucks given

>> No.29595671

You don't live here do you. Go ahead and google the high speed rail debacle, billions in the hole and not a thing to show for it. This state can't do anything right.

>> No.29595813

>Underground trains
When's the IPO for Elon's Boring Company?

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Christ, these guys don't even know what a cost basis is

>> No.29595971

>tfw no Boise-Portland-Seattle-Vancouver-Victoria network

>> No.29596028

that's a california problem, and I was talking in the ideal.

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no, he just bought my bags at the top

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>> No.29596061

down he goes
this is gonna make u reddit fags weep
OMG it pump
then LOL it dumps
why u cry like a lilboi??
ar u lose again with your trash bot for trading?
> be genius use bot ocean for cex and dex trading, forget about scam solutions

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>> No.29596155

Cascadia CHAD
I haven't been to Boise but i'd like to at some point. Almost went to grad school there.

>> No.29596156

my body is ready

>> No.29596254


>> No.29596285

Then by your own data retail drives 5 times the volume of QQQ and SPY and TLT and all the other ETFs combined (including the corporate bond ETFs that the Fed was buying a while ago). Or 11 times the volume driven by hedge funds. Do hedge funds move the market? Obviously yes.

>> No.29596383

For an anon who wants to move there, what's a comfy town to settle in?

>> No.29596407

Idk what the fuck are you talking about but I wish my broker let me short it

>> No.29596508
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But why today?
I'm confused. But also intrigued.

>> No.29596540

CLF is breaking $17 like every other day. Is it stuck in replay or what?

>> No.29596739

Everything lacking strong downward pressure is up today.
This includes GME bagholders HODLing the line.

>> No.29596777

whos the boobo who got squeezed? kek

>> No.29597036

So am I fren. Patience is the name of the game

>> No.29597057

Somebody dumped 30 mil into it for shits and giggles apparently

Alright I'm sorry for doubting you anon your timing on this call was incredible

>> No.29597069

Wait, nevermind. I just looked at the current price.

Fuck Reddit

>> No.29597121

>GME shooting up with less than 10 minutes left

You guys think it'll straighten out by tomorrow?

>> No.29597171

>5 times
Check your math. Plenty if not most of ETF and mutual funds are owned by institutions, it's a very incestuous field.
Retail acting in concert is like one medium sized hedge fund.
>Do hedge funds move the market
We have a scaling problem with this question. Yes. But they're not all as big as Masayoshi Son are they? He gamma squeezed all of NQ. That's orders of magnitude above what you usually mean by hedge funds moving the market.
Back to the topic at hand, why do you think 10-20% of daily volume that's not even moving in concert is responsible for TSLA's price, why is it "obvious" when you can't make a straightforward argument that it's true?

>> No.29597238

to cascadia? fucking anywhere with big forests and out of the core downtown. can't speak for idaho but washington and oregon have tons of places you could live at not named downtown seattle or portland. even jefferson can be nice.

>> No.29597313

I took profit on that today. Feels a little unsteady up here.

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List from earlier lads. Can't believe that GME call on there.

>> No.29597410

Depends why it just jumped. Skittish hedgies covering shorts they opened yesterday? Or long game hedgies covering the $400 shorts from last month?

>> No.29597422

Yeah I think we're in for a sizeable correction, with people pushing the
>new strain

>> No.29597539

34% / 6% = 5.6
I'm not arguing for the Tesla being retail case specifically, it's obvious all the dumb money both retail and institutional is long TSLA especially now that it was included in the SPY

>> No.29597556

Anyone here bought BOXL today? I think it's solid 2 bagger in few months. They got partnership with samsung recently, $150m marketcap, presence in many countries around the world, years of experience, recently acquired Clevertouch, restructured management last year. Seems to me it might be undervalued.

>> No.29597702

>110 strike on TQQQ for 3-19
i'd cum all over

>> No.29597911
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very bullish close. up $300 today

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DING DING DING. How comfy did you get today? -7.83% right here. CCIV might as well be going to the teens, but I'll hold like the retard I am.

>> No.29598334

up 4.56% but it's mostly SOXL regaining what's been lost. JPM and SU continue to bull.

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Super comfy. Hope it actually stays there. Up nearly 25%.

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Already making back the losses. Got back in on BFARF, too.
I really hope GME just dumps like crazy tomorrow because they're getting annoying again.

>> No.29598419

I made back everything I lost in the past week, and am adding more cash to buy future dips.
Do I get some RTX or just more F?

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+1.4%, 75 more days like this and I'll 2x baby

>> No.29598495
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Up 1.43% today. Traded into some more oil stocks and they helped bring me up after yesterday. Very comfy.

>> No.29598603

+1.07% but my mutual fund hasnt reported yet. should be green too. still down like ~$700 on the week though

>> No.29598666

the fuck are you all in on?
that's an appropriate filename. gorgeous.

>> No.29598679

My only mistake was putting only 40% of my portfolio into oil. I fixed this mistake today

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+2.5%, after three -10% days it might as well be zero

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I loaded up on UVXY when I saw the GME starting back up.

>> No.29598905

Up 3%. Took profits on jets and skyw. Temporarily pulled out of soxl as the chart position isn't correct for me to hold. I may wind up buying right back in in coming days though.

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Up 32% but only because I bought TSLA on X6 leverage yesterday.

>> No.29599188

holy shit I just checked, what the fucks going on over there?

>> No.29599220

Up 0.6%
It's fine

>> No.29599414

kek based inverse correlation anon

>> No.29599596

The squeeze apparently?

>> No.29599599
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what a fucking clown world

>> No.29599742

Many ETFs are owned by institutions.
Nothing else to add, thanks for the stimulating convo

>> No.29599817

Always has been

>> No.29599998

fuck melvin

>> No.29600107

>doesn't answer what his holdings are
>posts the same image to /smg/

>> No.29600187

I mean it happened before kind of? The hedge fund(s) had to liquidate assets to pay up so I suppose it would happen again? maybe?

>> No.29600205

_a_ squeeze
Hedgies who shorted at $40 got btfo by a frog emoji

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Up 4.77% for me, mostly due to EMAN and ISWH (thanks to whoever shilled those here over the past several weeks). Very comfy day.

>> No.29600510

A fucking frog tweet.
I wonder how far the FOMO will go

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Hey lads, I'm making curry tonight. Any advice on what to add? I've already got plenty of the layered bulb veggie.

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Exactly zero again. Turns out that the TSLA put I used to hedge against the fall also hedges against green days.

>> No.29600740

How do I make money? What's the secret to knowing which thing is going to shoot to the moon and skyrocket? How do anons here do it?

>> No.29600801

I've been watching ISWH since I fell for the shill but my "baby's first broker" app doesnt list anything that hasn't held at least 0.5 for a while so I haven't been able to buy in yet.

>> No.29600884

Observation, patience, and lots of lucky guesses.

>> No.29601061

feels bullish again but the meme stocks are back unfortunately

>> No.29601261

+1.42%, I'm slowly recovering from the last red.

>> No.29601334

If EXPR and BB also suddenly moon I'll be headed to the hardware store for some rope.

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this time you'll know what to do if there's a dip.

>> No.29601645

I never bought any of the meme stocks so I haven't gained or lost anything from them but I wish they'd just go away. I prefer slow and steady reliable gains than highly volatile get rich quick scam meme plays

>> No.29601747

I'm still waiting on Fidelity so I can do my taxes so I can get cash for the next dip. a stimulus might be nice too

>> No.29601808

Did you buy F?

>> No.29601831

the more eyeballs on the market the worse it is. This is always true.

>> No.29601901

Same here. Still, I YOLOed into a few just for shits and giggles because I got caught up in the hype. Made money on AMC at least.

>> No.29602080

no but I remember looking at it last June when it was like $6. same with MRO. would've been nice now had I bought then for sure

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>> No.29603038

is the shart sqousze happening right now after hours?

>> No.29603040

It's over

>> No.29603041

I already FOMO'd in and got burnt once, I refuse to do it twice
If I lose out on the ride so be it, shit's not worth my stress levels

>> No.29603057

>robbingoy already shutting it down
market is gonna shidd and fard tomorrow isn't it?

>> No.29603067

Why the fuck do people even use robin shit

>> No.29603074


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>> No.29603088

Kek, they cant keep getting away with it!

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>> No.29603242

It's already pretty uncomfy.

>> No.29603251

I'm stuck there till I go back green, then I'm selling everything and taking the cash. Got some stocks on Webull too.

>> No.29603270
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>sold Blackberry for a 15% loss on monday
I might've fucked up this time.

>> No.29603348
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>I never bought any of the meme stocks so I haven't gained or lost anything from them but I wish they'd just go away.

I really can't even imagine being this much of a fucking sore loser. Like, I get it, you're a full autist zero life fedora lord but you unironically miss a chance to make money because of your pathetic retarded morality.
It's people like you who frequently end their own life and honestly, that's natural selection at its finest.
Eat shit and die.

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Are ya winning, son?

/smg/ daily gains poll

>> No.29603375


>> No.29603378

biden pumping semiconductors, this sector is going to get massive subsidies and national backing over the next 10 years. Long term one of the best sectors to invest in for the 20s.

>> No.29603443

What is /cmg/? Did I miss something?

Is this after hours /smg/ now?

>> No.29603447

Im pretty sure fidelity will pay to transfer your stocks from the goy robber.

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yo "comfy" faggot.
What is your native language? Because using english language we clearly can't fuckin get it through to your thick head that we're not fuckin interested in your "comfy smg" whatever thats supposed to mean. If youre spamming /smg/ it better be a link to a new smg after the bump limit.

>> No.29603540

After I saw this I sold, I would rather keep 120 in profit than make 100 more but I am a tiny fish who does this for fun, making 120% in 2 hours is just ridiculous.

>> No.29603547

>already past 100% AH

>> No.29603566

I'll check them out when I get home, thanks friendo.

>> No.29603603

only boomers and news reporters use /wsb/ reddit. everyone that were into PnD and penny stocks switched over to wsb discord

>> No.29603606

right now I am up 2% afterhours
wake me up when I am up 200%.

>> No.29603624

I have been seeing a bunch of GM and Ford ev's lately. Mustang crossover one is kind of odd.

>> No.29603630


>> No.29603649

go back

>> No.29603666

Just go back to smg, faggot.

>> No.29603669


>> No.29603709
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Just a normal fucking day.
Double in market hours
Double again in after hours

>> No.29603712

>every time GME moons, my stocks crash
Anyone else? Fuck these redditors

>> No.29603713

Dumping my Oil stocks soon. I want to buy in to gold miners any mid I can in that is not barrick some gooks shilling their bags dont want that

>> No.29603734

hey nigger nobody from /cmg/ links to /smg/, it's a single shit stirrer who wants to ruin both threads

>> No.29603745

GME has almost hit $200 what the fuck

>> No.29603764

+9.83% today. Feeling pretty good.

>> No.29603771

It's pretty boomer, but it's not bad it gives you a lot of info at your fingertips. Bit of a learning curve but ultimately way better for you I think. I use their desktop app for trading which I like.

>> No.29603787

Go back to smg and drown in redd*t piss

>> No.29603829

Not very comfy. Go away.

>> No.29603857

>every time GME moons, my stocks crash
If my meme stonks are up, my 401k is shitting the bed
If my 401k is climbing, my stonks are fucked

>> No.29603871

literally a 485% increase in a matter of hours

>> No.29603885

I’m up 8% today but wanna blow my brains out cause I sold my GME and AMC a few days ago like a retard.

>> No.29603918

They paid the $75 when I transferred it took a few days to credit.

>> No.29604119

Depends. Look up buffets paper on the subject, I think it’s called how inflation cheats the stock investor or something similar.

>> No.29604131

>still holding @18

>> No.29604172

it's a fake account btw

>> No.29604181

dont look at GME options.

>> No.29604187

No, it's a general created to get away from the incessant shilling, faggotry, and general uncomfiness of post-reddit /smg/. Unfortunately, it is failing

>> No.29604188

hahahahaha fucking upgrading their system HAHAHAHA yeah right
Vlad is such a fucking cuck
I wish the gov't would throw his ass in jail

>> No.29604193
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Do you guys think RYCEY counts as a meme stock?
It’s the most traded on RH the past few days and people to poor to invest might gravitate to it.

>> No.29604242

This is fake you dumb fucks...

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up +5.75%, managed to beat daily inflation

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>I want to buy in to gold miners any mid I can in that is not barrick some gooks shilling their bags dont want that
What's wrong with Barrick?

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its real you dumbass, just do your research

>> No.29604425

market cap is too big you idiots. stop trying to pump a 15B company because the ADR share price is low.

>> No.29604466

Anyone here thinks BOXL is good deal? I bought it today, trtied to share info with my DD but didn't get any response. Seems weird since they seem to have potential for 2x

>> No.29604481

Oh, is that why it's up? I wanted to increase my holdings, but it shouldn't be at that price level until at least mid-April

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I would love a comfy investing general where it is about companies and not your pump of the day pennystock gambling with 4 figure accounts.

But I think it would only be possible on a board for stocks. Right now threads have to be fast or they will go to page 8 within 5 minutes. And people with high IV stocks will also have more to talk about than me who says "Still holding FB and MSFT and feeling comfy" once a day.

>> No.29604653

rycey moves with BA and airlines

>> No.29604710

where the fuck are the gte earnings

>> No.29604847

I bought at the dip and i'm buying tomorrow, God soxl is a dream come true

>> No.29604867

It's a slower paced board for slower paced investing. Much easier to keep up with.

>> No.29604972
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Feels sad, can't even get any discussion going because of meme stocks. Welp I'm out for the rest of the week, hopefully GME will crash to $5 and all FOMOers will suicide

>> No.29605018

It's only 91. I suggest putting a small amount into it after the opening dip.

>> No.29605042

Hm? No, we are still on /biz/.
We really need to get an independent board because /biz/ is basically 95% crypto.

>> No.29605049

there's usually a thread up between 8am-6pm. come chill in the comfy zone and refrain from any squawking while you're here.

>> No.29605073

That's funny I'm up 7.83%. Was destroyed the last 2 days though.

>> No.29605113

check after hours trading

>> No.29605117
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Shill me a stock frens I have 10k to lose, looking for high risk high gain. What is the maximum risk I can take?

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Fake. People are fucking stupid.

>> No.29605187

Have a good weekend fren

>> No.29605208

move to the biz on eight chan dot moe. Pretty cool that double chan is filtered on 4chan it's pathetic.

>> No.29605308

Just soxl nigger it's really that easy.
If you want to join my crabbing adventures though, CTRM is the stock for you

>> No.29605339

You’re an idiot.

>> No.29605354

pretty much all somewhat popular alt sites are filtered on here. especially anything with eight and its many older names like double

>> No.29605416

You guys are fucking trash.
I thought you cared about making money but you're just mentally ill no-life losers larping as high IQ businessmen.
You will never make it. Never.

>> No.29605550

moot's a little cuck jew filtering words and hiro probably doesn't even know how to remove the filters, I think desu is still filtered.

>> No.29605593

just checked it, dead as fuck.

>> No.29605718

/cmg/ was linked in the GME thread. calm down.

>> No.29605771

It's going to be too high in the premarket I'll only be able to buy 1 stock and then get dumped on instantly by hedgies.

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Nowadays the spending just goes straight to Bavaria lmao

>looking for high risk high gain

Either it works out and they make the Chinese happy and a lot of money, or China will fuck them over forever and replace them with three, more easily controlled puppet companies.

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>> No.29605852

The markets are gonna dump again because of this GME bullshit arent they

>> No.29605854

SOXL is too high. CTRM is too memetic. Im looking for stealth pennies.

>> No.29605861

That's because you refuse to post on it.

>> No.29605992

Who the fuck knows anymore.

>> No.29606074

you're right. I post on slower imageboards but that /biz/ one has seven (7) fucking posts. the ones I post on are anywhere between 5k and 1M

>> No.29606089
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Probably not. Now everyone's used to this retardation.
At least I hope so

>> No.29606124

I don't think it will and for that reason, it definitely will.

>> No.29606170

I doubt it

>> No.29606317

I think we will see some crabbing desu
Market can not drop because QE but also can not really go up with rising yields and recovering businesses after lockdown is lifted.

>> No.29606612

what sort of criminality is happening to gamestop now

>> No.29606657

I don't mean something major but maybe dropping to 385 on spy

>> No.29606911

1980 investor letter
He's right about the damage inflation does to real returns.
He was worried about value getting sucked out over time, so am I.
But, even in an environment where real yields are hard to find, I still want to maximize nominal yields, don't I?
Eventually the lack of real yields will cause the bottom to drop out, but I don't think we're anywhere near that level, there's too much real value being created right now in tech.

>> No.29606993

Saving this thread from page 10. Do we want to continue /cmg/ since GME/AMC posting has taken over /smg/ again?

>> No.29607120

See you all tomorrow.

>> No.29607122

market's closed now so go ahead if you want but i'm closing out /biz/ for now

>> No.29607175

i watched charlie munger today, that guy is basically letting his evil show now that his time is near, he's happy about corona. i wouldn't trust anything those guys say.

>> No.29607191

I'm out. See you guys tomorrow, hopefully the dump won't be too bad.

>> No.29607257

Now's when I make all my threads shitting on cryptofags for the rest of the day.

>> No.29607270

at what point in the video was he happy about corona?

>> No.29607476

he has invested in a digital court system and he was talking about how it's a good thing we are going to travel less and use remote communication like video chat. he also rambled about how china was a humanitarian country and we have no right to judge them lol. that guy is an evil motherfucker.

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I will go to bed. Tomorrow we can do it again, so we can stay away from the G*E mess

>> No.29607761

Alright I'll watch the video myself. Always though buffet and munger were less evil than people like blankfein and Trevor Milton.
I dunno though.

I agree with his views on spacs being shit (friend bought $CLOV) and bitcoin being a pump n dump.

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