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>> No.52406638


>> No.52406641

I’m lonely bros

>> No.52406657
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Remember what they took from us

>> No.52406669
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But you always have us fren

>> No.52406700
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NFT bros, a-are we winning?

>> No.52406709

I drank some windex by accident, am I going to be ok?

>> No.52406732


>> No.52406738

bitcoin fixes this

>> No.52406745

what flavor is the actual blue drink you keep at home?

>> No.52406746

Why should I buy an index fund if I could just buy the stocks that comprise the fund?

>> No.52406770
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Because that cost more money

>> No.52406778

First of all how was it an accident? Secondly what are you invested in so I can short it? Thirdly, there is ammonia in it so you probably aren't going to feel great for awhile.

>> No.52406790

I have about 20k saved up from work this year. Should I hold now and wait for the end of the quarter or buy in?

>> No.52406809
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Short the banks this week - either short XLF, short BNKU, or buy FAZ( you could also sell call spread, or buy put spread) FAZ has best liquidity for inverse leverage
FAZ - 3x Inverse IXMTR index (XLF) $16.99
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 68.31
>current price B: $309.83
>maximum pain 11/18: $280.00 (-9.6%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 74.84
>current price: $136.55
>maximum pain 11/18: $117.00 (-14.3%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 72
>current price: $38.43
>maximum pain 11/18: $34.00 (-11.5%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 62.63
>current price: $46.95
>maximum pain 11/18: $45.00 (-4.15%)
>above daily KC? Threshold
>daily RSI: 60.49
>current price: $80.68
>maximum pain 11/18: $75.00 (-7%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 69.52
>current price: $92.74
>maximum pain 11/18: $82.50 (-11%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 69.93
>current price: $358.35
>maximum pain 11/18: $340.00 (-5.1%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: **81.82**
>current price: $385.25
>maximum pain 11/18: $340.00 (-11.7%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 71.04
>current price: $50.25
>maximum pain 11/18: $45.00 (-10.4%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 76.03
>current price: $772.00
>maximum pain 11/18: $645.00 (-16.45%)
>above daily KC? Yes
>daily RSI: 60.45
>current price: $154.69
>maximum pain 11/18: $145.00 (-6.3%)
Most room to fall:
>pic related is XLF

>> No.52406828

It strikes me as mostly taking advantage of averages over a spread and being lazy and hoping the index managers are making as reasonably close to the "best decisions" as possible. Also it seems that it's someone like a prepackaged DCA as opposed to your own personal timings.

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Do you pick the women to put on there?

>> No.52406916

But individual stocks don't charge a fee for holding them.
>prepackaged DCA
That makes sense actually. I guess you could put your initial investment into an ETF and then buy individual stocks with the dividends.

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>The woman who refused to even debate her opponent is going to "win"
I knew americans were retarded but not THIS retarded holy fuck. Also a dead guy in pennsylvania won, by a landslide. If americans weren't braindead consooomers for globohomo (((companies))) I would be shorting USA with 5000x leverage, given by credit suisse

>> No.52407009
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What are you guys shorting this week?

>> No.52407029

Yeah I'm finally at a point where I've given up. I now know for certain there is no deviating from the scripted path. Americans are just too far gone and retarded. It's really a shame, it didn't have to end this way.

>> No.52407064

they were trading at $110 on October 3, now at $163 - a 48% return in 1 month
what happens to a stock already up 48% going into a big shitter earnings season? Sell the news event - they can't possibly surpass expectations, as the expectations are so high with being up 48%
people will take profits on the slightest weakness, big pot odds favoring a dump

>> No.52407143

Imagine paying a fee to someone just to hold the sp500 lmao, like they are literally not doing any work for you at all, no analysis no nothing, how do you sell sp500 etfs seems like an easy scam

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Heh... I do business with some of those companies... nothing personnel kid!

>> No.52407193
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My penis.
My peeeeeeniiis.

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>> No.52407261
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They peaked with the moonlandings
The downfall started in the early 70s, which we know (((what)))happened. There was no turning back after that. Yurop will be kill aswell soon, and thoughts of emigrating to USA(rockies) to get out here before implosion seems foolish. Only southern southamerica remains for me.

>> No.52407305
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"Remember folks, 2022 we are not trying to make money, we are not trying to find the best investment, we remain in an acoomilation phase... we want to acoomilate no matter what we buy, even if we lose money." - $HAS biggest retail investor

is it time to acoomilate HAS?

>> No.52407358

Have you either of you two retards actually looked at how the SPY is calculated, rebalanced, allocated?

>> No.52407365
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>Average American citizen when the first down syndrome person is elected president 2028

>> No.52407392
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It's going to happen sooner than you think.

>> No.52407427

So, I'm curious. Let's say I wanted to create a business like FTX but in traditional finance: create both a bank and an investment firm, and have my investment firm use my bank's stock as collateral.

How may laws would this break?

>> No.52407438
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>total hermit mode this past year
>spend most of my spare time thinking about investing and trading
>if i time the bottom it wouldn't even change my life because i dont have much capital

>> No.52407451

>ca slick dick retard in charge of us
Fucking great...

>> No.52407476

The Democrats know it's over. They can do whatever they want and neither you nor any conservative will do anything to stop it and now they can't. They will coast all the way to 2030 gaslighting anybody right of Karl Marx, until the great reset. Then you'll own nothing and you'll be happy.

>> No.52407492

Of course not, I probably wouldn't understand any of it if I did. Are you implying that people must know things in order to get into stock gambling? I would be interested in hearing a concise nutshell if you have one. Also, it just occurred to me to wonder, is it possible to day trade things like SPY too, rather than just individual stocks?

>> No.52407494

The fees of index funds are typically very low. SPY charges 0.09%.

>> No.52407504

if NDX moves to 11890 on monday, my puts will become worthless. please tell me it's going to be fine

>> No.52407567

it's probably not going to be fine. This retard rally has some legs. I'm waiting to buy puts

>> No.52407573

Yes. SPY is an ETF. It trades throughout the day just like stocks.

There are also mutual funds where orders are all fulfilled at the end of each day, so those cannot be day traded.

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Bros... you might want to keep a close eye on your portfolios tomorrow, cause I just fucking tore through a plate of pancakes and sausage links

>> No.52407621

I'm about to make a couple of breakfast sandwiches. I should have went back to bed but I couldn't fall asleep, was too pissed off over blatant election theft. So I'm just going to go to work instead.

>> No.52407647

thanks for giving me hope, inversing retail is the best strategy i have

>> No.52407755

OK, and would you consider day trading such things as SPY vs individual stocks to be often enough an advantageous strategy/method to warrant significant attention, or maybe does it lack the degree of volatility that day trading seems (to my admittedly backwoods uneducated retard bumpkin eye) to thrive in?

>> No.52407783
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itll be fine, the pump is reminicent of 2008. plus we have yet to see the full extent of the ftx fallout.

>> No.52407795
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The anon who made this got a lot of flak for it. But, my SO and I kinda dig his vibe

>> No.52407801

I only daytrade etfs. Works fine for me.

>> No.52407804

playing monopoly with my cousins taught me everything I need to know about how banks work.

>> No.52407826

My investments:
90% in a total world ETF
10% in a domestic market ETF

>> No.52407864

OK, interesting, I will point some more attention towards that in my studies and see what I start nooticing, very much appreciated.

>> No.52407900

Sold 25% of my SOXL last week. What do I buy tomorrow to make some $$$?

>> No.52407907

Oh, very interesting consideration to mix in with >>52407801, I have not paid anywhere near enough attention to either ETFs or non domestics, very much appreciated, sons.

>> No.52407911

in my experience SPY is much more consistent. I often lose on individual stocks due to yield chasing. You can generate a large edge simply by watching the price action and annotating your charts. It is difficult to do this well with multiple tickers at once.

>> No.52407957
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TBLT before earnings

>> No.52407960
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My investments:
>65% VOO
>20% JEPI
>10% Specialty ETFs
>5% PMs cause I like to hold my rocks

>> No.52408087
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What will be the next big ponzi after crypto ponzi ran by crypto exchanges collapses?

>> No.52408092

My portfolio:
>40% PBR
>30% BOIL
>30% SQQQ

>> No.52408106

I don't think so...looks scammy

>> No.52408152

>Not swingerpilled


>> No.52408174
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if people bought pictures of apes,they will keep buying shitcoins regardless

>> No.52408181

I'm 100% SCHD. Growth and dividend pilled

>> No.52408183
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Pic related.
King of the swingers.

>> No.52408200

>ftx fallout

Kek, crypto has zero relevance any more

>> No.52408225
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It's not a scam!

>> No.52408228

Nah, eventually fresh money inflow will dry up and it will collapse on itself.
Also I'm not surprised people bought ape pictures as an investment. Plenty of ponzis in the modern history with equally stupid fundamentals were successful. I guess some people are just that stupid.

>> No.52408294

Be careful about shorting during a rally like this, in Q2 Amazon had -270 percent EPS and pumped on it because we were in the middle of a rally like this, but with even less behind it.

>> No.52408316
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Just let her go anon.... she's not coming back....

>> No.52408351

Oh sweaty...

>> No.52408388

Checked, might'n you be so kind as to offer an elderly fellow an example of what sorts of annotations to make so that my well worn gray matter has something to chew/digest? I think you might be pointing towards a practice I need to begin, which is keeping charts over time. Thus far I have merely picked and kept a daily eye on a small stack of stocks for my son and gotten some general, yet abstracted "feel" for the ebbs/flows that go on each day/week/month/year.
I believe in monogamy before the eye of the Lord, son.

>> No.52408395

I agree, but this was institutional plant, second biggest party donor.

>> No.52408408
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they broke the yahoo finance conversations tab.

>> No.52408444

I sometimes check it and my impression is that it's filled with bots, personal attacks and stocktwits tier bear vs bull fighting. I don't recall ever finding anything useful there. Is your experience different?

>> No.52408451

I still think more exchanges are going to go under, plus tether/USD going into a death spiral (the two will probably be interconnected)

>> No.52408469

I guarantee you're not breaking 10% growth per year trying to time the market like that. Every overly clever bastard tries to do something like this and they all fail, because if they actually could beat the market they wouldn't be doing it as a retail investor.

>> No.52408503

no, but I enjoy looking at it for the stocks I follow none the less. Stocktwits is a little much for me.

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>futures interregnum

>> No.52408565

Imagine the smell

>> No.52408593
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>sp500 1995 - 621.69
>sp500 2009 - 676.53

Are you financially prepared for another 10-15 year crab market while the fed runs off the balance sheet,?

>> No.52408625

as long as the volatility stays it will be fine

>> No.52408657
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Yeah I use yahoo to check stocks too. Stocktwits I use only to observe the reactions of people to extreme circumstances (i.e. biopharma falling 70% in a day) while I sip wine. Feels like studying different species sometimes.

>> No.52408693

First we go down to below covid lows and crab for over a year. All meme stocks bankrupt. All alt coins -100%. Btc goes back under 10k. All of retail is so buck broken they capitulate and withdraw their -90% robinhood accounts.

The next bull run to ATHs will happen after all of retail is so demoralized they forgot investing was even a thing anymore

>> No.52408710

we really had the rug pulled out from under us in terms of student debt. Honestly depressing to see

>> No.52408712

Don't they have to remove 5 trillion usd in M2?

>> No.52408714

lol thats me. only one negative post about it i got. all other were positive.

>> No.52408750

Impossible for S&P 500 not to hit 4100 in a day or two, looking at meme lines

>> No.52408755

I am beginning to think GME is not the play

>> No.52408769
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Word of advice. We as humans constantly try to find patterns / reason. Problem with stock market is that circumstances are never exactly the same + you have human factor on top of it. That's why it's not possible to predict how the market will move, especially by drawing straight lines. Unfortunately, in the absence of reasonable indicators, our minds find straight lines a good enough substitute. I hope you don't fall for this trap.

>> No.52408775

The bottom will be when /gme/ ceases to exist and >>52408755 capitulates.

>> No.52408813
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'cept it'll look more like this now that the algos have been given the go ahead to use barts

>> No.52408824
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Yall folks don't realize yet that the setup from here is for long term IG (or muni) bonds to outperform for the next decade? Welcome to the Europeanification of America

>> No.52408844

It was a play. August 2020-February 2021

>> No.52408850

Boeing puts
Soxl puts
Kold puts
DRIP calls
Arkk puts
Jnug puts

>> No.52408854

>circumstances are never exactly the same
But will the consequences ever be the same?

>> No.52408931

Sure there is no predicting the future but I just want to let faggots here know that a decade long crab is totally possible

1995 to 2009 you made nothing

1964 to 1975 you lost money..

>> No.52408934

Also remember that people are always fighting the last war. Congress overstimulated the economy as a response to covid because it was trying to correct for not enough stimulus during the great recession.

>> No.52408953

sure thing. My process starts with a daily TA ritual. I look most seriously at the 50, 100, and 200 DMA. Then I look at the time/volume and price/volume histograms. Other indicators are nice but these are my foundation. From here I think it is reasonable to contextualize the daily moves. You should be able to gauge how the market is feeling and how it might feel as it approaches levels you have identified previously.

The secret sauce comes in when you make a record of how the market responds at those levels. Did it match your expectations? Did the price action tell a different story? Record levels you found significant and why, remove levels that the market seems to be forgetting about.

An example of how this worked for me last thrus:
A rapidly increasing price breaks through a level you noticed should have been significant a few months back. This could be very bullish! So you pile on risk. However, the buying was overextended and began to reverse. If you are still near your price level you know that it could cause a bounce higher. Or, if it breaks below this level you have good rational to cut your losses.

Another thing I would recommend is to interpret the signals over different time horizons. A chart can look bullish on the 5 minute but not the 1 day. When many time horizons converge on the same signal it can be a major opportunity. If you think well on your feet I particularly like the 25 tick chart with a volume overlay. An example how how this helped my recently: Price is moving steadily upward, but your signals aren't aligning. Do you fomo anyway? An examination of the 25 tick chart shows that despite increasing price, the volume is highly skewed to the red candles. This can (and was) a bull trap!

>> No.52409003

Of course it's possible, everything is, but drawing straight lines is definitely not an argument supporting this thesis

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>> No.52409077

Every single ta faggot here draws meme lines straight up or straight down. Historically the market had always crabbed for 10-15 years and the had autism bursts higher. We already had our autism burst higher and if the same pattern repeats that has literally repeated for the entire history of the exchange all the way back to 1928 we are due for a 10 year crab in the current channel

>> No.52409103

I have been trading for about 3 years. Broke even year 1, 100% year two and am flat on the year as of now. Though I am a high risk trader and those numbers don't do the substantial volatility justice. Of course these years have also been very atypical so you may be right. But, in my estimation anyone who can understand simple signals, a little macro, and most importantly risk management should be able to achieve 20% annually.

>> No.52409118
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very insightful anon. If you bought at very specific dates and sold at specific dates in history you would have made nothing (excluding dividends). That's what /smg/ does, just buys the entire market in one massive lump sum and then holds it forever.

>> No.52409121

Thanks, I'll have to read about this. Just learning about ways that historical banks/investment firms have done shady shit and collapsed is fascinating.

>> No.52409127

Im getting into fx (trading the daily) and its similar but different. It has no support/resistance or overbought/sold or supply/demand levels - rates are literally what the banks set. But besides that I use a roughly similar strategy
My approach is TA based and I have a baseline indicator (currently an SSL w/ keltner), two confirmation indicators, a volume and exit indi. Im still testing and tweaking it and need to forward test it for consistency.
I use the ATR to measure volatility, and set my SL at 1x ATR, and TP at 1.5x. When my TP is hit, I sell half the position and move my SL to breakeven, then I ride the trend until my exit indi goes off. I will always wager 2% max loss per trade and let it ride - if it hits my SL so be it. But I wont enter a trade unless everything aligns. Risk management is universal.
I will be trading most majors and crosses, as well as metals and oil and indexes via fx/CFDs, and certain things like softs and grains with etfs. Thats where I wanna get to anyways, gonna start small with 4 or 5 things and then test test test

>> No.52409142

There could be plenty of reasons making this rapid growth reasonable. Some that I can think of:
- industrial revolution / automation
- USD becoming reserve currency
- forfeiting gold standard, destroying currency value (stock price growth in nominal price, not actual value)
- making stock market more accessible, on domestic and global scale
- globalization, US companies opening ventrues abroad more easily
Not saying any of those are actual reasons, there could be many more much mroe significant.
My point is that you're looking at chart and making conclusions, when chart really has no answers at all.

>> No.52409169

That's what I have been doing this whole time, is that not how you're supposed to do it? I've got over 100K I want to chuck into the market, am I not supposed to just blow that whole load at once?

>> No.52409192

Maybe I am anti-semitic cause all I see is that black line running away from an Israeli flag

>> No.52409202

Give me one good reason not to go all in on Carvana tomorrow

>> No.52409221

>you can't learn anything from history

What a fucking brainlet take. There is always a catalyst that creates a euphoric burst higher super far super fast. You named some of them. In 2020 it was unprecedented infinite money printing, leverage and low interest rates. These numbers cause insane euphoric speculation and greed to the point the average normie thought internet dog coins or jps of apes would make them a millionaire. After every one of these greed rallies the market has ALWAYS crabbed for fucking YEARSSSSS. Every single insane greed rally all the way back to 1920s was followed by a fucking decade of apathetic crabbing.

Yall niggas expect 5000 SPY by 2023 aren't gonna see it until 2030

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Damn bro, you fucked up and are ngmi. You were supposed to throw all your money at SPY on December 31st 2021 and sit on your hands until March of 2036. You'll have to wait until February of 2043 until you can throw all your wealth in to the new SPY apex price point. Sucks to suck bro.

>> No.52409238

Perfect, so if I invest 40k/yr for a decade, my 400k should double to 800k in 13 years (3 years after DCAing for a decade). I'll be 55 and I'll have a 4 plex that will be long paid off by 2035.

>> No.52409256

All in puts?

Insiders are selling. It's literally going to zero. It pumped 50% last week.

>> No.52409284

>>you can't learn anything from history
Way to misrepresent my post. Charts say nothing about history.
> Yall niggas expect 5000 SPY by 2023 aren't gonna see it until 2030
I don't expect anything from SPY. I invest in individual stocks. Once again, you are fighting strawman you constructed on your own. Well, keep on fighting, you're doing great job.

>> No.52409286
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Real answer: No one knows shat what's gonna happen to the stock market. Consider: all it takes to cause some stock to fly is some annalist saying "we believe this is worth 100 a share" when the current price is round 12.. Reverse is true; stock can dump if same annalist goes "we think stock is only worth 12" when it was 100. Does not mater one bit if the company is worth 100 or 12. Only thing that maters is what some annalist puts out about it. All you do is hold and tune out the words.

>> No.52409293

Yes. It's why I like JEPI for the eternal crab. I wouldn't buy a 4000 though this rally is gonna reverse. The bogglehead shit totally works but all of retail now just gambles options and cries when they get heemed

>> No.52409310

>historical data points don't tell us anything about history

The darkest most niggerish post I've read all day

>> No.52409311

Damn! By then houses will be 5 million dollars and the money in my bank account will have lost 130% due to inflation. Guess I better go get some TBLT knee pads and another 2 jobs.
Garbage Don getting into anime now?

>> No.52409360

Hey, I'm crying too. My 401 is at the same balance as it was 12 months ago, I should be happy, but I dumped 20k into it in the past year. But all I have to do is zoom out. Look where I came from, and look at my 5,10,15,20 year projections. Then, it's not so bad. Everyone should have a 5 year plan, at a minimum).

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Also you're pretty good at cherry-picking. You would find it easy to make friends with anon who kept posting pic related I'm sure.
> Every single insane greed rally all the way back to 1920s was followed by a fucking decade of apathetic crabbing.
If you ignore runs that were shortly disrupter by corrections then sure.
Charts do not matter. What matters is current situation and future outlook. Regardless of what patterns you brain recognizes.

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>"Yall niggas"
>Retarded Bobo posting
>Gaslighting like a woman

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I still like that chart. The white line is still between the orange and yellow. If we have another leg down its still accurate as fuck...

Dave Chappelle named the jew on SNL last night BTW fucking rofl

>> No.52409457

Anon is saying the charts do not say why or provide context. You need more than the charts in a vacuum. History doesnt repeat but it often rhymes

>> No.52409469

fx scares me and I've learned that I trade better the more I focus on one ticker. I've put a few fx trades in to try and capture gamma on low probability moves, but overall it hasn't paid (I hate the yen). I also hesitate to trade oil, because of the manipulation. But, my refinery and midstream natgas have most def printed.

I like to keep the indicators simple. VWAP, RSI, MACD, but I rarely use them to generate entrances, just confirmation. I scale my stops with my sizing. I find a smaller position with a 20% stop has paid where a larger position I would have had to stop at 8% wouldn't have.

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So if you don’t want the stress of selling options and you think the crab decade is upon us then JEPI is the way?

>> No.52409494

>even /smg/ isn't safe from niggerposting

>> No.52409513

I'm actually happy my 401 is down. Cause I've been hiking my contributions I make to it. So I've been bagging more shares with my money cheap. Double the gains that I had previously. The final hike happens starting January. Last one I do till I retire. Then I can take advantage of the catch up option to drop in a mega load. (Vacation time converted into cash which gets dumped into the 401; hey I'd rather do that than end up getting taxed on it if I took the cash option)

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>I've been to Hollywood- it's a lot of jews
>like, a lot

Imagine doing this in NYC on a lefty show.. fucking hilarious

>> No.52409526

jepi wont return shit in a decade if it crabs cause IV will be low, and premiums will be zero

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I have insider info that someone is working on the financing to buy 4chan for $4M, how do I profit from this?

>> No.52409596

Where do you hold your JEPI? It's not very tax efficient.

>> No.52409613

Damn, that's a lot of money... how much of it do you think the Jannys will get?

>> No.52409629

OK I screenshot this, bless you, truly. The method I had used for picking his stocks was essentially looking at the various levels of zoom on Google Finance, 1D, 5D, 1M, 6M, YTD, 1Y, 5Y, Max (covers 40 years) and seeing if a given stock from his list of about 120 S&P ones that were eligible in his program looked like it had a higher likelihood of remaining headroom in its trend. Keep in mind, in this program he only got to pick 3 stocks and had to keep them from then on other than once per year getting to sell one and buy another (from a new list of about 120), so the decision had to have the time frames as a primary feature in the considerations. Also keep in mind that I was doing this knowing next to nothing. The main stat I looked at on them was P/E, but otherwise if they were making money as a company then I didn't understand much else to go by.

Anyway, my personal situation is pretty serious and I took the results of all this to indicate I should give it a go myself on a small level attempting to grow, but am also trying to take what bits I've "learned" from watching those daily, and apply it to other available approaches (and obviously, seeking to determine which of the available approaches to run).

One of the biggest factors I am considering presently is that the approach he is forced into is that I expect a major downturn any time between now and whenever in 2023 and would not want to be just holding onto things, but rather just playing off of temporary fluctuations/flows because I don't have the luxury to wait for what I see might be years to recover just holding on. I know my dad lost a lot (for our level, which was barely above the min to qualify as middle class) in I think it was 1987, and it took a couple of years to get back around to where it had been before that crash.

Bless you for all that, as I have said it is in a screenshot now for further study (already Googled some from it).

>> No.52409636

I think all of that money goes to Cloudflare, that's why I'm heavily invested in NET

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/ourBLACK/ started something jews can't seem to shut down. A new timeline just appeared, its bright

>> No.52409666

you dont. 4chan isnt profitable

>> No.52409677

Uh guys don’t check weekend Wall Street

>> No.52409678

I'm mixed about blacks standing up to jews when they're also spouting we wuz shit.
Nogs can't do anything right.

>> No.52409690

I dont act like im a god of investing but delta seems like a good short

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>> No.52409723

Long it then

>> No.52409737

Does anyone have that quote from the deranged banker guy from the 1910s talking about the end of easy money/easy living and the return to moral life and hard work?

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I would buy 4chan for the express purpose of being unbannable and keeping around the one janitor/mod that keeps banning me for posting buncun and torturing him every day by dming him my posts on discord every time i made one, then going to his physical address with a print out of every post i made in the last 30 days monthly, putting a gun to his head and forcing him to read them all.
I would do this monthly.
Plus i would have an unlimited shitpost liscence, it would only cost me 4 mil

>> No.52409752

/ourBLACK/ used the WhiteLivesMatter n Shiet shirt. I don't think he does the we wuz kangz and shiet

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>> No.52409793

If it crabs up and down it will be fine.

>> No.52409815 [DELETED] 

I would have done better this year if I had simply bought that funky chip company UTZ you were shilling a while ago.

>> No.52409883

I just Googled up "swing trading" and read about it. Oddly enough, after doing/watching >>52409629 for the nearly 2 years, and not actually knowing anything beyond that, my own natural instinctual initial strategy was swinging, having no idea that's what it was called, and before I started doing actual research to get into trading. Perhaps your "shitpost" is an indicator from the LORD GOD Almighty working through (You) which I should pay some heed to.

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>> No.52409970

Mostly just want to use it to annoy coiners

>> No.52409971

first snake was the market being priced in, second snake is what will happen next week

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>second snake is what will happen next week
Bottom is in, market is going UP UP UP. There is no foreseeable uncertainty in the immediate future, and traders are dying to pour money into the market.

>> No.52410069

>I think we are gonna pivot-Sept
>we are not gonna pivot-sept fed
>I think we are going to pivot- Oct
>we are not gonna pivot-oct fed
>I think we are gonna pivot-Nov
>you are here

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How do city roaches cope? DO they repeat 7% every time and vote democrat?

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Anyways, fuck niggers, fuck jews, fuck jannies.

>> No.52410120

It's not the pivot, it's was the meltup from a CPI report that showed inflation was "slowing". If ~7% inflation sends the market into euphoria, imagine whats gonna happen when it's clear the interest hikes are working.

>> No.52410164

I still don’t understand what the fuck this is supposed to mean

>> No.52410165

83% of blacks still vote Democrat, they haven't started shit.

>> No.52410217

literally liquidity being roped in to then get dumped on. everybody and their mom is buying thinking they are getting in at the bottom. institutions love this exuberant liquidity.

>> No.52410219

Its "You will own nothing and you will be happy" but instead of everything being rented from corporate lords it will be sold and you will find happiness through suffering. Sounds even worse then what the WEF wants.

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>everybody and their mom is buying thinking they are getting in at the bottom
I mean, regardless of the reasons they are doing it, if everyone is buying in now, isn't it the bottom?

>> No.52410251

If I subscribe to the extra data feeds via trading view do I get API access to them? Or is it just bound to the tradingview application?

>> No.52410268

It's the start of the bart dom, if you know what I mean

>> No.52410271

yeah dude the average boomer is desperately watching the CPI report to see when to buy
bears are so fucking delusional LMAO

>> No.52410303

Unironically buying calls if faz drops bigly. Probably buying calls Monday no matter what

>> No.52410325

The model for that painting cucked her husband and had her paramour twin bastards.

>> No.52410334

again its institution roping in retail liquidity. institutions are also buying along with retail until they will all start to dump into the retail buying they have created. once they have pocketed the money from their longs they will put their money behind shorts pushing the market down while retail HODLs until back to break even or capitulation. this is the market cycle and "forseeable uncertainty in the imediate future" is the uncertainty of when people will take profits. the psychology of when institutions take profits is the only thing that moves markets. not whatever you have defined as foreseeable uncertainty.

>> No.52410363

It's literally pivotoors again less than a week after jpow said no pivot... they already projected 0.5bps in December instead of 0.75 because "hekkin 7.7 inflation is bullish as fuck"

Despite commodities, food, housing, energy all being neon fucking green for the last month apparently we beat inflation

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>> No.52410440

yeah he sounds like he's salty he missed the bottom, meanwhile half my positions are up 15% weekly

>> No.52410447

Boeing reported -7.00 eps.. seven fucking dollars.. and mooned 50% his month. This whole rally is bullshit and gonna blow up way faster than people here think. It's literally a pump and dump on retail. The economy is fucked, earnings are fucked, things will continue to get worse before they get better. Enjoy your layoffs for Christmas faggots

>> No.52410471

I literally bought at 350.. if you guys think a 15% pump in three weeks is healthy or sustainable then buy calls Monday you fucking retards

>> No.52410513

But the volume today is no where near at those levels despite stocks curling over the same way.

>> No.52410528

options are for retards and i already spent all my money

>> No.52410546

Watch Powell pull another fat rate hike right before Christmas. "Merry christmas fuckers"

>> No.52410563

>yeah bro we are 100% pumping for sure no doubt
>calls are retarded
>Nah I'm not buying anything...

>> No.52410588

>I told you faggots no pivot until 2% inflation.. stop it with the greed rallies in the markets
>no questions

>> No.52410606

>options are for retards
no, retards just lose money on options because they treat them like a buy and hold stock or go too far out of the money.

>> No.52410633

Yes, that's correct. Even if I'm 80% sure we go up, I will never buy options that have a chance of losing 100% of my investment. Unlike you I dont need to use 10x leverage to feel my time investing is worthwhile :/

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> pic related

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Honestly I would never listen to a Gaylord that won't put his money where his mouth is. Go suck some more cocks for pennies to bogglehead with for 50 years so you can give it all to a doctor before you die shitting your pants all old and crusty when you "made it"

>> No.52410788

I'm gonna print this shit out and frame it on the wall beside my trading station just to remind myself it's all one big Jewish pump and dump and always has been

>> No.52410814

What stocks are you buying for next week? Only can trannies can respond to this post.

>> No.52410825

woah dude $400 thats an insane gain, you might be able to pay rent this month!

>> No.52410828

>575 shares TQQQ at $19.23 cost average
how am I doing?

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Print this too, another 100 year old chart.

>> No.52410874

? I made $1200 realized gains in two days and rebought the same contracts I sold for $2400 for $1200.. if there is any pull back in oil next week I'll have made $3000 in less than 5 trading days and I'm trading with absolutely zero risk/fear free money right now..

Gawd damn nigga post your "safe" bags so I can laugh

>> No.52410914

Why is 2022 left blank the market has been taking a pretty major down turn since last december. You mean to say that this bear market will be nothing come next year?

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>future futures

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My great grandfather was a stock operator in the 1920s, and Jesse Livermore shared this with him. Pretty crazy huh?

>> No.52410965

>2023 panic crash 4 years of falling prices


>> No.52410991

Can't believe it accurately predicted that 2022 wouldn't happen and we skip right into 2023

>> No.52410995

Ok but have either of these been back tested to 1979 with 97.3% accuracy??

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>major panic
wow it's so accurate it's uncanny

>> No.52411002

2022 is a leap year, so it doesn't exist on the mayan calendar

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>> No.52411274

Looking for a calendar with dividend payments, so i can import it to my main calendar.

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Meds, now my mittle mumutard. Mommys here, mommy loves you so very much. Mommy just wants things back to normal. Its for your own good my wittle mumutard.

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>6:30pm:fed Waller speaks

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Its gonna dump

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>I figured out how humans behave and will exploit this for money

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Show me.

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I made 30% off a cloud stock I bought in 2 trading days, there's no way the market will let me keep these unrealized gains

>> No.52411508

Should I liquidate 50% of my crypto (about £2k) to start building a dividend portfolio? Kinda what I'm wanting to do but selling at such a loss is difficult...

>> No.52411530

>bitcoin red and dumping even more every minute
>futures are doomed

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Thinking bout dropping 500 bucks on PBR, either waiting for dividends or selling couple hours before, if i get 10% that would be more than the dividend itself.

I recommend not having 100% of your money in any investment.

>> No.52411620

That's cool and all but how will this affect us oil chads?

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when will we go in green direction? I can only jerk off to varbies on /fit/ for so long

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Any thoughts on this? China is fucked and india is primed to boom giga hard?

All in india etfs?

(im white btw)

>> No.52411821

If young person Demographics were all that mattered, Africa and the Ivory Coast would be the strongest nation on Earth.

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yes, but the 30-60 demographic is all that matters, so it potentially could be

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Except for this thing called IQ and racial differences.

>> No.52411954

kek, the way security guys look at him made me laugh

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It's an incredible debate. I'm a leaf, and I despise the mass immigration stance of all our parties, but mathematically, they are correct. North America is growing from immigration, everywhere else besides Africa is declining in population. China, Japan, Russia, and a lot of Europe are absolutely fucked from demographics and fertility rate. North America is attempting a short term fix (mass immigration) to a long term problem (fertility rates). I don't know what the answer is, but in the next decade, demographics are going to take centre stage as billions transition to retirement and old age with no kids to replace them.

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I predict we will get an epic pump then a bloody dump on Monday

>> No.52411994

crypto does not matter, wall street sold in the 30-60ks, besides Elon and Saylor

>> No.52412008

Shill me on your dividend portfolios

>> No.52412033

im about 50% cash, basically hedging that this might be the bottom for a little while, but truthfully I think were going to keep dumping into next year and anyone who bought now myself included is going to be down another 10%-20% before the real bottom occurs.

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He looks like a fag but would kill me in 100/100 matches. Feels bad man.

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That was close. Would hate to see a dogo get hurt.

>> No.52412100

This is based on solar/sunspot cycles and affects crop growth rates, therefore input prices of all markets. Just sayin

>> No.52412124

I don't get it. Where is all this optimism coming from? This garbage economy won't recover, ever... lol

>> No.52412172

>"Everyone will just do nothing and live in filth because......they just will okay, shorting everything to 0 because we're going back to the stone age!"

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is this jewish magic?

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2016 levels on the market is the stone age?

>> No.52412217

ok, so india is primed to pop?

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>> No.52412233

I mean, yields are inverted, housing is in a bubble, and interest rates are rising. Historically, and slowdown or reversal of Fed policies has had a crash within 6-12 months. Also the current chart looks very similar to previous crash run-ups.
We'll probably have short term optimism or a Santa rally, but by late winter or summer, you'd better have a hedge or be ready to play the downside

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That doesn't involve infant forskins so no.

>> No.52412247

Jews observe a lunisolar calendar, not strictly a solar one so no.
The sun has cycles, plants have cycles, markets have cycles. Simple as.

>> No.52412250

Nah, death cycle of the current fiat system. What comes next is anyone's guess, but let us not pretend we live in a world were your little models based on history means anything. But in a way you're kinda right, many places produces absolutely nothing.

>> No.52412262

>I recommend not having 100% of your money in any investment.
You'll do better putting all your money into a single strong company that has all your attention than you would investing as if you're playing a game a darts. One company is easier to watch than twelve.

>> No.52412267

>I did this for TWO WHOLE DAYS
>So naturally I'll be able to do it forever

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Well good thing im on the Paleolithic diet then.

>> No.52412337

demographics dont matter if you dont give a fuck about your citizens and have no social security, china will do just fine

>> No.52412352

You should never go all in. If youre actively trading, 2% account size is ideal max risk. If youre long term investing you should still have some diversity. Okay youre bullish on TSLA, have 20% cash as dry powder, or park it in a high yield ladder GIC or something.

>> No.52412416

Argentina is currently facing rapid inflation of basic necessities like groceries at the store. Argentina also has some of the most productive farmland in the world natively. Make of what what you will.

>> No.52412461

southern Africa also has extremely fertile farmland, it doesn't matter how wealthy your natural resources are if the systems that govern those resources are corrupt

>> No.52412486

Currently bought in on PBR which is likely to provide a 10-30% divvy on top of it being priced at book value of assets with strong quarterly growth in oil sales.
South Africa also has a bunch of niggers who will rob you and murder you. The only people you will fight in Argentina are feminist's.

>> No.52412502

yeah i get antsy when i put >15% of my portfolio in a single sector let alone one company. And that 15% is usually split so it's <1% between each company in the ETF

>> No.52412524

PBR will have its dividend reduced in a year or less due to regime change

>> No.52412544

Not really what I meant. "Growth" has been funded by debt since 70s. Debt is serviceable because of low interest. Inflation crushes possibility of low interest unless you want to go hyper, but high interest crushes possibility to service debt. What naow? Apparently new heights according to all these optimists because?

Argentina is fucked on the virtue of being Latin American. They're always fucking themselves over.

>> No.52412554

I go all in on every trade I make.
Only down 65% ytd

>> No.52412629

>china will do just fine
They won't though. Their one child policy has absolutely fucked them completely. They have 30 million men that will literally never feel the touch of a woman. Great for an army, but shit for the long term prospects of your country. China is in such dire straights they are trying to force people to have more than 2 kids now, but because the modern world is so expensive, nobody in China is willing to take on the burden. 500 million Chinese are about to enter retirement in the next 10 years, and they have no immigrants or children to support them.

>> No.52412660

holy shit!

>> No.52412667

then china will roll out the MAID chambers.

>> No.52412687

At most you should have money in 2-3 companies. Anything more than that and you're only putting your money into companies that you're not confident in, otherwise they would be in your top 3. That's a waste of capital and growth.

>> No.52412690

If you were talking about a western country I would agree. But China will just put those old people in camps and kill them. You know it, I know it. Won't be a problem.

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I've been swinging DRIP options for months. 22% of my portfolio is in options and DRIP is only a small portion of that. I'll post my realized gains again in the next week sirs. Stay butthurt and avoid risk with your "safe" bags

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>They're always fucking themselves over.
>Since 1945

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It's the Jews that tell you populations need to grow. There are way too many people. The ratios of who is critical though, and that doesn't get fixed by trying to outbreed. The US needs to have a small high IQ population with maximized production, leverage, and defense capabilities against anything and everything. That way it doesn't matter what everyone else does and we can just sit here being awesome and have lots of wilderness to hike without any litter. We could maybe bring back steam trains and horses for fun, too.

>> No.52412742

How do I break out of $1XX/y hell?

>> No.52412774

Kinda reminds me of scoopsies bragging about his future gains in TQQQ before being down 70%.

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When do I get to cum?

>> No.52412830

it works until it doesnt and we'll never hear from him again, just like all the cocky bears that stopped posting.

maybe he's the 1% of geniuses that can accurately predict commodity price swings, it happens, but more often than not a massive loss wipes out all their gains even if they martingale

>> No.52412880

I'd say from now +3 years. The it's a crab orgie for 30 years.

>> No.52412943


I've never risked more than 3k on DRIP. If oil just moons for a fucking month straight the rest of the market will crash anyways and my other puts will print.

If everything somehow simultaneously moons my longs will moon and I'll break even at worst.

I'm hedged. I'm the best trader on smg. I'm gonna pay your mom to tongue my smell hairy taint

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Print the Fed bait.

Pomp it.

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>maybe scoops is genius
You don't frequent late night smg much I see

>> No.52413018

I capped this and am still trying to make heads/tails of it because I have never even heard of fomex till I think yesterday and the notion of there being no such thing as overbought/sold just makes me draw too many blanks. I mean, plus not knowing a lot of other stuff too. Bless you though, I appreciate stimulating materials that point me to things to consider and learn from.

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Futures T-30 minutes

But first Colts football! Welcome to the Jeff Saturday era

>> No.52413039 [DELETED] 

I’m starting to think that having a degree from MIT doesn’t mean much anymore. This FTX shit kind of proves it.

>> No.52413055

You can only trust what the Fed does, not what it says

>> No.52413069

Lol bobos are getting raped till mid dec

>> No.52413087

Ivy league schools are just a jewish country club.

>> No.52413105

Being from a top tier school has always literally just been code for literally being a jew or connected to jews. Those ivy league schools are literally 50% Jewish, some legacy Whites connected to jews and some brown people for diversity points

>> No.52413110

It means they access to millions and billions of dollars in funding without having to really try, because... well... they went to one of the right schools! They gotta be good and know what they're doing, right?!

>> No.52413129

University degrees were always a pedigree, getting into one is more important than doing well. Once you're in, you're part of an alumni network and have a stamp of approval from a place that screens ~90% of its applicants. The actual curriculum is identical to any generic state school, sometimes worse.

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>It's the Jews that tell you populations need to grow.
Doesn't matter who is saying it, the Wests social programs are based on workers supporting retiree's. The boomers parents retired with 5 workers for every 1 retiree, boomers are gonna retire with 2 workers for every 1 retiree. Millenials and beyond may not even have pensions or a retirement outside of specific companies unless we build out the bottom of the demographic pyramid.
>The US needs to have a small high IQ population
The US needs Fortress North America, Canada's resources, Mexico's labour, and US productivity.

>> No.52413186

I wonder what made them finally consider doing a pivot of sorts? Midterm results?

>> No.52413187

>Thinking MIT is an Ivy League school
Congrats on exposing your lack of knowledge on higher education

>> No.52413215

Who has the video of the dogo doing the cartwheel down the mountain? I know one of you has it.

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>Canadian officials say they've already provided the U.S. with a list of 70 projects that could warrant U.S. funding.

I'm currently $2,000 into Northern Dynasty Minerals. It's an American mine in Alaska been in limbo pre trump and into biden. Can't find the list they provided and would love to find it.

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uranium kings................we are winning

>> No.52413267

I bet powell is mega pissed off at waller for talking about slowing down, especially on a sunday. That guy is hawkish as fuck right now.

>> No.52413272

Nigger I literally said "top tier school"

Boston University, nyu, George Washington University.. take your pick jews are overrepresented 500%++

Literally Jewish nepotism.. it's literally saying my professor was a rich jew that told me what jews think.


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USD/JPY shaping up to be a fight

>> No.52413288

make new

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oh my God

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Fuck off early baker encourager

>> No.52413366

Im baking at 300+

>> No.52413368

Imagine if that bread was still warm and you put your dick in it

>> No.52413380

exactly what I thought

>> No.52413427

There was a movie about that or something similar years ago.

>> No.52413444

american pie

>> No.52413450

I think that was with a cake though

>> No.52413457

Dirty Deeds? I remember that movie.

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Well I wasn't going to reveal my plan but you are forcing my hand. All of that old paradigm stuff has to go and we live simple again without all that other stuff and just use common sense and decency to take care of each other like things were back in the fantasy past but first we have to make nano bots that can fly and send them out to target specific DNA signatures that are indicative of lacking IQ and compassions so then we can just have fun riding steam trains and horses. Then we just need to keep the nano bot stuff in the storage shed in case things get out of hand again later. Oh yeah, and the nano bots just sterilize so there's no hurting people just stopping them from making more people that make it to where we can't have fun riding steam trains and horses and hiking without litter.

>> No.52413468

American pie was a terrible degenerate movie but I was young and blue pilled at the time.

Now in hindsight I realize all the guys in it have really big noses

>> No.52413477

its unreal how his bones are still intact after that

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You seem very bullish on steam, train and horses, (and bearish on nono-bots) but I'm not sure you understand what a hungry man is willing to do when the only thing left to eat is his own horse. As a leaf I've come to the conclusion I'd rather hangout with a pajeet who has a "farmers feed cities" sticker next to his Canadian thin blue line sticker, over the "anglo-saxon" zippertits with green hair who jerks off to Jagmeet Singh pictures.

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>clf up 20% in 4 days
Why didn’t I buy this shitcoin at 12$

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You seem to forget that once the nano bots stop the anti steam train horse hikers then those who remain will be so smart there will be lots of BBQ pork with only the finest sauces and we will finally solve for totally healthy french fries that taste as good as the ones McDonald's made back in the 1980s before they stopped frying them in lard. Plus too there will be so much of it that you can just look at big piles everywhere and never fear running low. There will be other stuff too but the BBQ is just a symbolic indicator for all of it so you can just know.

>> No.52413771

with that much capital you should just get a job

>> No.52413975

i wish that was me

>> No.52414359

The midterm results are more reason to hike aggressively.

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goddamn, my mind didnt even register that it said live leak until the car came around the corner. glad everything worked out alright

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Please share what you know with the class.

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Glad you watched to the end!

>> No.52415853

Voting isn't real

>> No.52416977

Let labor, stocks, farmers, and real estate fail because they are corrupt. The corruption causes people to live immorally and raises costs. Others with a better work ethic will take over those failed sectors