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>> No.54843384
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>his portfolio is green?
>dump it

>> No.54843392
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Is it time to panic yet and buy up all the canned food at the grocery store before the credit markets freeze and the dollar collapses?

>> No.54843396
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I want a top heavy wife that will help take care of me and let me use her tits for a pillow while the economy crashes in June.

>> No.54843402

sooo.... time to buy?

>> No.54843406

bloomberg anon, is that you?

>> No.54843407

2 more weeks

>> No.54843409
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I would be doing this right now if I hadn't already lost my job.

>> No.54843413

AAPL -20 percent minimum tommorow, SPY 366 EoW

>> No.54843415
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To each their own
I might buy a little extra this wkd

>> No.54843420
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We can only hope

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>> No.54843433

Isn't there supposed to be a new George Floyd n shiet right now?

>> No.54843435

Who here /moneymarket/ ? 5% Risk Free :^)

>> No.54843440

>Risk Free

>> No.54843444

Pivotbros, are you slurpin' Regional banks as hard as possible? Regional banks are very closely tied to Boomer home prices. And Boomers would rather see this country drown in literal fire before they see their home prices return to 2011 values.
I'm going to PIVOT

>> No.54843452
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How to use AI to make more fiat to buy more stocks and rocks?

>> No.54843455

Regional banks will burn. Big banks will eat up their distressed assets until Mom & Pop's Associated Bank is owned by the ghost of JP Morgan himself.

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>> No.54843466

I wouldn't buy unless the price falls extremely low like when you could buy Bank of America for less than $3 in 2009.

>> No.54843468
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I knew it!!!

>> No.54843479

>Regional banks will burn.
Hoomers will not allow this. They WILL sacrifice their children and grandchildren. SIMPLE AS.
You don't try to time the slurp. You just slurp that fucking dippy.

>> No.54843490

PACW down 85% from January

>> No.54843491

The Gigachad /moneymarket/ play would be to buy some of those hugely underpriced bills at risk of default. Even better if the default actually happens. Buy a $1 for 95 cents in exchange for waiting a couple days on payment; not like you need to worry about breaking the buck.

>> No.54843502
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I’ll sleep soundly not buying toxic insolvent banks

>> No.54843511

I already took care of that 3 years ago using free government money.
10 years worth of non perishable food.

>> No.54843524

>tfw no qt stock broker gf(anime) ((burgers))
Use AI to make viral images shilling some stonk that you pump and dump on reddit.

>> No.54843532

>commiefornia bank
Sorry but I don't want aids

>> No.54843536
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How are we holding up during the night fellas.

>> No.54843541

Down 94% I didn't count the AH movement my bad

>> No.54843561
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Very comfy my dude, how are you? Got any big positions or neat side bets going on in this crazy clown market?

>> No.54843564
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I think I'm falling in love with my broker (Female)

>> No.54843572
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this involves
>Market manipulation
>putting money at risk by longing microcap illiquid shitstocks

I'm looking for a way to make money

>> No.54843585
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Who here shorting BUD for tomorrow?

>> No.54843598

>just finished my education as a compsci major this semester
>tech collapsing, already had one job lined up turn around and not only not hire me, but lay off 2 guys I went to school with that graduated early
>banks collapsing
>negroes moving into my neighborhood blasting loud music and keeping my aging mother awake at night
>my portfolio spent most of 2022 either being heemed or barely staying above water

I hate this fucking jew-infested tumor of a country so much

>> No.54843601
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My folio lost more money in one day than I make in a month in my wage cage

>> No.54843602

appreciate the booba stocks

>> No.54843608
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Okay, alternate idea; you could use chatgpt the way Martin Shkreli does with small pharmaceuticals. I think its mainly data acquisition or something, also I wouldn't go anywhere near biotech and pharma just apply the strategy elsewhere.

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Don't tell anyone but I'm poor.

>> No.54843634

I think another mostly peaceful summer of love, on top of a great depression and WW3, would really be the cherry on top.

>> No.54843650
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>great depression

I thought we were going to get zimbabwe/weimar tier hyperinflation this year if yields and banks all go tits up?

>> No.54843660
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Fuck it, why not both?

>> No.54843691

Jerome's new mixtape just dropped


>> No.54843694
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tradingview is making the free plan as shit as possible

>> No.54843695

I'm telling ya, I think there'd be more upside longing TAP, SAM, or STZ. BUD reports a collapse, loses a little cause it's a fraction of their business, but those guys gain a lot.

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>> No.54843707

Is the market finally returning to reality? No more "irrational longer than you can stay solvent"?
I have to say JPow was pretty based and less retarded than his last speech. At least the boundaries are clear, So logically and rationally we should go down :^)

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scam pump dead cat

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>> No.54843754

Also because they're weird Europeans they're reporting in the dead of night.

>AB InBev Q1 23 Earnings:
>-Organic Revenue: +13.2% (exp +10.9%)
>-Still Sees FY Organic Adj EBITDA +4% To +8%
>-Still Expects FY Revenue To Grow Ahead OF EBITDA

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>> No.54843766
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We buying gun and ammo calls now that the riots are starting again?

>> No.54843781

guns are liberal

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>> No.54843795

the pump is over

>> No.54843808
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If Powell pauses rape hikes in June which leaves 6 months of the year left and rape hike pauses over the last 3 rape hike cycles have lasted a minimum of 7 months and this is the worst inflationary environment in 40 years and Powell has expressed the concern over and over that he's worried about inflation coming back stronger if there isn't sufficient policy response (he explicitly stated this today) then will one of you mumu niggers explain something to me. HOW THE FUCK DO YOU EXPECT RATES TO GET CUT BEFORE 2024 AT THE EARLIEST. That would be the most irresponsible thing the Fed could possibly due, would set a historical precedent of gross irresponsibility and would directly contradict every statement made by both JPow and every single one of his lieutenants

>> No.54843810

Really why do jews stick out so bad. Morning shift in Tel Aviv is always obvious and can be filtered

>> No.54843814


JPMorgan's Davis: I see a Fed cut coming as early as September.

JPMorgan's Davis: This is definitely the end of the hiking cycle for the Fed.

>> No.54843835
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When market crash?

>> No.54843878

>Stocks were already priced expecting a fed rate hike!
>But they ended lower anyway
holy shit, the quality of finance journalism is baffling
efficient market hypothesis is also bullshit too

>> No.54843880

Too many words for me, I'm bullish because the majority is bearish.

>> No.54843891
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ECB chickening out as always... Lagarde is legit terrifying to look at. Just what in fugg is that glossy exterior of hers? She looks like those freaks from that Star Trek movie where those aliens rejuvenated themselves on that planet. (Star trek Insurrection).
Service inflation is literally insane in Europe and companies are making full use of it to drain the lower class out of their money. And 25 bps is going to what? 25 bps is literally nothing

>> No.54843894

>the majority is bearish
This is a media spun lie. In reality the majority thinks rates will be cut in 2023

>> No.54843897

Also very interesting how after 9 AM in Russia these threads become exceedingly bearish, it's almost like all these bearish doomers have an agenda and don't hold stocks.

>> No.54843898
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There are 2 ways to live your life. That of the righteous and that of degeneracy. How does this equate to stocks? Well let me explain. You have mumu, a gluttonous, greedy, murderous, individual. And you have bobo, a noble, hard working, man of culture. So at the end of the day, bobo's get into the kingdom of heaven on an express pass, mumu is directed to the depths of hell. Be on the right side of god and do the right thing


>> No.54843902

>If Powell pauses rape hikes in June
He wont, because politics.
Something your average joe isn't getting is that funding Ukraine is also contributing to inflation, while sanctioning Russia is what's spiking gas prices and any manufacturing that involves petroleums.
Until the war is over, Powell has to keep raising rates to pay for it.
If he chickens out and cuts or pauses because of fear the government can't raise the debt ceiling, it'll fuel fear of an impending default and might actually make it happen.
100% chance rates raise in June.

>> No.54843905

Not after yesterday. Preliminary 6% final rate was confirmed through the flower

>> No.54843912

>doomers don’t sleep
checks out, also meds

>> No.54843918
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Me too

>> No.54843938
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>That delicate touch
Oh she knows what she's doing. Tfw no broker gf... literally why even live? No qt broker gf to compliment your portfolio or alternatively spank you for buying the AMD top... fugg this life, so unfair

>> No.54843943

I should have shorted regional US banks as soon as the charts showing vulnerable banks
I've never done this before, not even touched US stocks, though...
but this would have been free money, assuming I'd have been able to cash out before they went broke lel

>> No.54843949

Not playing with corpses to feed market makers liquidity jew

>> No.54843953

This is the factual accuracy that keeps me coming back

>> No.54843969

I hide posts with links and "4chan" memes by default especially when it's morning in Tel Aviv

>> No.54843975

Never invested before and I'm looking to start. Is now a good time or is everything really going to crash and burn?

>> No.54843976

>after 9 AM in Russia
So then why are you here?

>> No.54843980

if you have a large sum of money, slowly dollar cost average into the market over the next 6-18 months. its hard to catch the exact bottom, people are expecting a plunge but theyve been expecting one for 12 months

>> No.54843996

>I should have shorted regional US banks as soon as the charts showing vulnerable banks
Not worth it, short interest is too high.
Protip: You short something when you have inside info the price is going to drop.
Anything big and macro, retail investors don't even break even

>> No.54844001

>not riding inverse ETFs on the way down until Jerome announces QE (real QE, not permabull two more weeks QE)
git gud

>> No.54844002

I don't have a large sum of money, I want to slap a % of my income into ETFs each month.

>> No.54844005

How many more banks will fail? Not sure how much further kre has to fall

>> No.54844006
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i'm thinking about you scoopsies


>> No.54844007

well, lotsa people published charts in twitter... but yeah, too risky maybe

you can make money from a crash, though

>> No.54844013

The Fed is always BUCK BROKEN by Boomers at the gates demanding easier money to keep their housing prices going up. That is literally the entire history of the Fed since the 90s.
Everything else is always irrelevant jawboning. "Wage-Price spiral", "Supply Chain issues", "transistory", whatever else is just posturing. The Fed has known since the 90s and LTCM that they need to remove the punch bowl and every ~decade or so they try to do so.
And then the Hoomers begin to SHID and FART everywhere.
40 year mortgages have already been approved. And housing prices are still teetering. Regional banks took on many of those loans with CRE loans.
The Fed WILL be BUCK BROKEN again. Buy the FUCKING regional bank dip.

>> No.54844014

Nobody knows, dollar cost average.

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anon, major index have just gone sideways for months, im not saying thats not a good idea if we plunge. but bears have been the one saying two more weeks till the big crash for 16 months

>> No.54844022

>Is now a good time or is everything really going to crash and burn?
A lot of tech stocks are still wildly overvalued, it's a trap.
Tech has high valuation when comapnies are looking to expand and open new niches to create more value (which they eventually spin off or sell to bigger conglomos), but most of the tech companies cut out the growth after the crash last year, so their markets are mature.
Meanwhile bank and telecom stocks are cratering, and a lot of service stocks are threatened by ChatGPT.
Wait for the bottom, it'll come

>> No.54844023

>his smile and optimism: gone
Who am I kidding, though? That's all of us these last few years.

>> No.54844030

Get a room already

>> No.54844042

>How many more banks will fail?
Whichever one has crypto exposure will fail. Does anything in the top 10 have significant exposure?

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Inverse bogleheads will inherit the earth.

>> No.54844048
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I'm still fighting

>> No.54844055

>The Fed is always BUCK BROKEN by Boomers at the gates demanding easier money to keep their housing prices going up
Boomers don't want this. Higher house valutions mean more property taxes.
The states would love nothing more than to raise your property value, tax you until bankruptcy then repossess your house and sell it to some yuppie couple on debt at a profit, who pay higher property tax rate than you do.

>> No.54844059

No, advertising and begging and should be more consequently banned especially after twitter suspended search function for non account holders, all twitter links and caps need to be ranged

>> No.54844067

If a tiny 2 trillion ponzi industry is a danger for the us banking then that is not a reflection of strength of the banking system and more an argument for crypto

>> No.54844076

So if 50% of my portfolio is bearish will I be rich?

>> No.54844081

>Boomers don't want this. Higher house valutions mean more property taxes.
The Boomer dream is to sell the McMansion and retire to a small, "cheaper" house. This bizarre disconnect between believing that their McMansion could only and forever go up and that their dream retirment home would not is a feature, not a bug.
They did not spend 30 years financializing everything and pulling up every conceivable ladder to turn their house into a new de facto social security to see it end right when they want to cash out.
The pivot WILL be from fear of HOOMERs. The Fed WILL be BUCK BROKEN. They WILL reluctantly and coincidentally "pivot".

>> No.54844086

>No, advertising and begging and should be more consequently banned
is this a bot? am I really misunderstanding something here?

>> No.54844089

Do you use regional banks?

>> No.54844093

I have a blackrock checking account I’m good

>> No.54844101

The issue is banks don't understand crypto. At best they see it as forex, which only the biggest regional and nationwide banks dip into. Forex is a huge resource drain on banks because money in a foreign currency is doing nothing, not contributing to a reserve and not generating interest. Banks went into crypto because it was the hot new way to make money.
They don't understand that crypto is essentially an alternative to the US dollar, and once people are within that economy, they can barter with crypto and escaue the US inflation pressure. Meaning that by brokering crypto you are enabling someone to stop being your customer.
Banks that have assets in crypto are going to find they can't get their coins out. Nobody is going to want to exchange it back for US dollars. So it's a write-off.

>> No.54844113

fed/nsa/cia created bitcoin, find a new slant

>> No.54844115

>Banks went into crypto
Who are you trying to fool? Banks have crypto customers, that park their fiat with them and get loans, not a single bank in the us """holds""" ccrypto

>> No.54844127

There were 2 banks with significant crypto exposure and both have already failed. Crypto is a rounding error in anything approaching finance. Gambling in Las Vegas is more connected to the world economy than fucking crypto.

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>> No.54844142

I'm very concerned by the two month yield. I think it's related to what Yellen said about a debt default.

>> No.54844144

Usually tel aviv fucks off around 16:00 Israel time, Right?

>> No.54844171

Ya its peak uncertainty, I hope I get my T-bills on time

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I see a slight discrepancy... also, wow what a slut with that short skirt. Have some decency, woman

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Oh fuck, what happens if 2M and 3M yields get up to 6.0?

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>he doesn't know about CUBI and MCB

God I want a Douki

and cheap oil

and cheap gold

and for COIN to be delisted

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Accounting for fluctuations in the dollar, indexes have gone sideways for the last 19 months

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Unlikely the CME Fed funds futures have 0% price for a rate hike in June


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Where I completely disagree wit Jpow, is about the market efficiency hypothesis. It was also pushed by Lagarde several times, but it's all lies. He literally said margin will decrease with higher competition, but what companies will do, is once higher prices are accepted, they will keep the prices high and offload on the consumer. The ONLY one counterexample on that is Elon who tried to engage a price war, but was ultimately shrugged off by other automakers. So there you go: market efficiency doesn't work. The analogy to that is how the automotive industry pushed SUV in the markets. Nobody ever asked for SUV, yet automakers pushed it so hard to get fat margin that there was a point of "everybody's doing it" and that's where we are today.
That leads to the second point about the pivoot. Since there won't be a contraction of margin, the inflation will remain sticky under stable conditions. The only way to get a pivot, is to get an unstable market (i.e a crash) that would require swing in monetary policy tool. So if anyone tells you about a Pivot (JPM davis, etc), they're actually telling you shit's gonna crash

>> No.54844248

To what extent does the QT tail wag the CME Fed funds futures dog?

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>is once higher prices are accepted, they will keep the prices high and offload on the consumer
Of course. That is what inflation does to the economy. Groceries might come down a bit but the new prices will eventually be accepted by people. And guess what? People will be happy to pay since they will say "hmm shit is cheaper than the peak so it's all good".
Normies are now praising the government in my country for reducing the gasoline prices because they plunged quite severely from the massive peak last year... but guess what? The prices are still much higher than before.
That's how the human mind works. First you hike prices by 200% which sows discord and anger, but then you lower by 50% which makes people happy. In the end, you just managed to raise prices by 100%. Literally too ez. What pisses me off is that companies are making record earnings but when I demanded a salary raise, they just laughed... which is why experienced people simply switch jobs... fuck em. Sorry for the rant but this pisses me off to no end

>> No.54844270

What penny stocks are you boys slurping?

>> No.54844271

There hasn't been many surprises this hiking cycle and the /ZQ has been pretty good. Doing a surprise hike hurts many and can cause faster credit tightening then the Fed many want

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>> No.54844297

Everyone pulls their money out of banks to buy treasuries and more banks collapse.

>> No.54844305

Exactly same sentiment: My company is a big semi equipment supplier. we're currently lacking people in the R&D and have been pushing for hiring more. The Ceo came and said "there's a downturn, so hiring freeze lol". he also came all dramatic about how little we sold to china this quarter. Then the numbers came out and margin went up 10% and we're near ATH on the stock. This angers me like you wouldn't believe.
Like another anon said earlier: as long as people can afford their Netflix sub and go to holiday, nothing's gonna happen.

>> No.54844318

>Buy bonds
<So bank collapse
Wut. Tel aviv morning shift or just dumb

>> No.54844320

there will be a pump, just not enough to cover baggot losses. board is too stupid to sell off that subsidiary or sell the company.

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Yes sir. Just take a walk through your nearest town... hotels booked, flights booked, restaurants are booked, clubs are full of people. Sales are literally NOT DOWN at all. Netflix, jewelry, cosmetics products (just look at the main driver of France's index which is doing fantastic bc normies can't refrain themselves from buying skin products for some reason), retail, clothes, and so on... all that crap hasn't budged whatsoever. It's absolutely ridiculous.
My father's company has massively increased earnings because of the inflation simply because he demands more money and the boomers gave him even more than he thought he was gonna get... I have no idea where normos get their money or how they keep maintaining their lavish lifestyles but that's how it is.
And the house crisis that people thought we were gonna have? Official statistics show that house prices have actually fuckin increased, albeit at a lower pace... apartment prices are steadily moving upwards as well.
It's insane and I am going insane because of it

>> No.54844382

>oil bottoms at 63 when no one is looking and shoots back up
Oily boys this is it we're back.

>> No.54844420

Boomers will be glad that high house prices are keeping "ethnics" out of their neighbourhood

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Max out your employer's retirement plan first if they match. First ROTH, and then traditional. Free money. Then just dump your money into VOO or VTI every paycheck if you have available cash leftover. If you want to start getting more advanced then get options approval. You can start applying leverage (or volatility reduction) to the major indexes. If you're lazy or dumb then ignore options.

>> No.54844455

The extra B is for BYOBB

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Powell: no rate cuts in the near future

>> No.54844499

Remember way back in prehistoric August of 2020 when the bond market had the 10 year treasuries at 0.5% and actually thought they might go negative? Pepperidge Farm remembers. The bond market isn't nearly as omniscient as people think it is

>> No.54844508

>bc normies can't refrain themselves from buying skin products for some reason

I average three bottles of Pinot a day and need skin products otherwise my face dries out and get sore. And no, anyone else who isn’t a massive alcoholic cannot be trusted with basic reasoning nor trust.

>> No.54844511

Germany and Burgerland were retarded with closing nuclear plants
Just goes to show that progressives are pozzed

>> No.54844525

If the US actually does default what happens to my money market fund?
Should I liquidate for cash?

>> No.54844571

YQ will pump in the coming months! China #1

>> No.54844583

I think the world ends or Something

>> No.54844597
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Why has it only been large banks that have collapsed so far? Like there really isn't some podunk random farmer's bank out there that committed the same errors?

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Goodnight /smg/, time for me to go to bed and get ready to wage again tomorrow

>> No.54844662

Try going to bed on time, your revenge procrastinating isn't worth it. Bad sleep will make waging x10 more unbearable

>> No.54844700

Question to anyone in the thread, What is the most strategic way to go about making covered call positions. I bought a little under 200 TSLA shares and I'm not sure how to low risk max gains effectively.

>> No.54844714

>Try going to bed on time, your revenge procrastinating isn't worth it. Bad sleep will make waging x10 more unbearable
tricks for falling asleep?

>> No.54844747

I'm guessing that SVB had fewer customers but they were all high rollers, so when they withdrew everything at once it caused a major liquidity crisis.
Surprising though it may be, a lot of those venture capitalists who banked with SVB had over $200K in their accounts, explaining why they woud shit their pants if the bank was going to fail.
Local banks, at least the ones I'm familiar with, tend to court landowners who remain rich even if the bank fails.

>> No.54844755

I made $20,000 this year in equity trades, do options fags really make more than that?

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>> No.54844785

I make 10x that on SPYX options

>> No.54844792
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>held two stocks over earnings despite misgivings.
>one is a slowly melting ice cube kind of thing that i don't really feel conviction in. the other has inflated expectations because of a too good 2022
>instinctually knew i should sell but just didn't.
>had a nightmare where i opened my phone and saw both being down 20%
>actual current numbers: -15%, -18%.
there goes a decent part of my alpha for the year. the last few weeks have been torture, just watching it slip away slowly. can't do anything right currently. i hate myself.

>> No.54844808

With what capital and strategy. 200k potential profit a day doesn't come without significant risks.

>> No.54844857

I remember you anon, glad you didn't get the ax. Hang in there

>> No.54844879

buddy look at M2 computer

>> No.54844943

Double check recent highs and lows, yes you could lose more, but bailing right before it turns back your way would feel worse.

>> No.54844946
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>7 month long bear market rally
>VIX is under 20
>Breadth at all time low with 5 megacaps holding up the entire market
>Small caps obliterated
>Mid caps obliterated
>Bank failures an almost daily occurrence
>Rates higher for longer
Yet you haven't sold. WTF is wrong with you mumus? You think you are special? You think this is your "time"? You think fat meat isn't greasy?
You are wrong. Soon your reckoning comes. You will see how wrong you are

>> No.54844960

PACW looks very oversold, i'm buying ready for the giga bounce.

>> No.54844979

i hate these videos cause "buy gold" is the only fucking response they have

>> No.54844982

based trips, just dont pick one that will get liquidated and become free money for JPM

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Been holding Bayer for years buying at 90. Hoping they sell glyphosate as a covid vaccine to goyslops in their pharma division for interdepartmental cost saving synergies.

>> No.54844994

>Regional banks are very closely tied to Boomer home prices
You know what's more tied to Boomer home prices? Property tax. You're fighting gov't greed here. It's like Boomer greed with even less accountability.

>> No.54845020

>Yet you haven't sold.
I had a lot of faith in Coupa Software but then it got bought out for pennies.
Selling is a lot easier in a margin or brokerage account and not in IRAs.

>> No.54845102

> 5 megacaps

5 fucking TECH companies. Apple holding it all up atm.

>> No.54845132

I see UVXY is still winning, so there's still some fear remaining. I don't see this easily go out as long as no official statement are released

>> No.54845145

Fucking apple and their overpriced garbage
Rich thot customers for muh brand holding their hot shit together
Same with STARBUCKS only retards aka women pay that much for fucking coffee

>> No.54845174

>these are the impoverished individuals giving /smg/ advice

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What did they mean by this?

>> No.54845198

Do you think they'll have an earnings miss or reduced outlook and finally get this bobo party started?

>> No.54845204

Not all the regionals will die. Pick some that you think will survive and put money on them. Capital One and PNC will probably survive this crisis, and there will be others

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You see this shit? This is the garbage that is copypasta'd into every retard article when the VIX comes up. It is a subtle mistake which is why 115'ers make it constantly. Listen, it's real simple. Other than the spread you pay you don't make or lose money when you roll contracts no matter how different the price is. If you had 1 million dollars worth of the contract you sold and you bought 1 million dollars of the next contract, it doesn't make a difference that the contracts have different prices you didn't lose or make any money. You still have 1 million dollars. You make money when either one or the other of two simple things happens. Either you buy and your shit goes up then you sell. Or you sell, it goes down and you cover. Period. Contango doesn't make money. Backwardation doesn't make money. If an issue is in contango and you're holding it for some length of time, the contango will tend to cause the price to go down, vice versa with backwardation. But the simple process of rolling doesn't make you jack shit and you can easily roll into something and it go straight into the opposite direction of whatever slope the futures curve happens to be in at that exact moment

>> No.54845225

spending over 1k just for a phone is a MEME
thats what poor people do
just like spending 4 dollars on a coffee or more
or leasing a car for 800 bucks a month
thats what RETARDS do with their money, you fucking retard!

>> No.54845247

I'm not an American, I'm Central (Eastern) European.

>> No.54845253

Holy shit, NVO. What the fuck?

>> No.54845261

>Risk Free
muh safest investment

>> No.54845277

we most likely have an up day today

>> No.54845278

the struggle is real

>> No.54845281

Dunno but if they wiff bad, then they're taking the entire economy down with it. I think Apple, MSFT, Nvidia, Google and Amazon are 25% of the entire S&P500 marketcap. It's fucking obscene

>> No.54845290

People pay $1k+ for Koreashit and maybe even Chinshit (tbqh don't really know what Hwawei go for) and it's worth absolutely nothing a week later while an iPhone is worth 60% of the purchase price years after you buy it. Same for MacBooks.
Expensive is based entirely on YOUR wallet. People pay for the Starbucks experience, there's a reason that chain hasn't been dethroned. You get it? Where else are those customers supposed to go? There is no substitute. They'd rather pay a premium for a premium product.
You impoverished people can't get your heads around wants. You're knee deep in needs.
That same supermarket mentality keeps people from buying a stock that goes on to double in price cause they thought it wasn't "cheap" enough.
It's be sweet if there were bum flags on here so we could tell when an impoverished individual is sharing his or her thoughts on investing.

>> No.54845299

Stfu reddit I aint reading all that shit

>> No.54845308

How do I short regional banks on Robinhood successfully? Any recommendations?

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So did mine, and then I made it back the next day.

>> No.54845315

Trade options, buy puts.

>> No.54845316

>People buy macshit because they are geniuses.
But those laptops don't even have PgUp or PgDn keys, vital keys that I use every single day.

>> No.54845320

lol you use a PC? what else do you have in common with Pajeets? lol

>> No.54845323

Their phone sales will miss but service revenue growth will be way above expectations

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>> No.54845344

>The Starbucks "Experience"
Command (open apple) Up-arrow, Command Down-arrow.
I'd heard their M1/M2 chips weren't selling as well as they were predicting, and that's what propped them up last time. If they do have 'service revenue', it will be an ass pull, like laptop sales were.

>> No.54845345

Inverse ETFs. There isn't one for regional banks but you may consider BNKD, FAZ, SKF, and SEF as alternatives that will also likely pump as regionals go down

>> No.54845354

>Command (open apple) Up-arrow, Command Down-arrow.
Technically that's Home and End, at least on my Macbook Air. Holding down the "Globe" key and pressing up/down will get you what you want

>> No.54845363

>owns a Mac
Have you told your parents you're gay yet?

>> No.54845372

>JP Morgan is allowed to buy FirstRepublic despite it violating rules on banks with >10% of market deposits purchasing banks
Nothing about this could possibly go wrong

>> No.54845374

the pump is over

>> No.54845385

sassy bitch

>> No.54845388

Shiny boomer rocks are the only actual safe bet, if you are willing to use violence towards subhumans that want to take it from you.

>> No.54845410

JPST or wote

>> No.54845417

History lesson

>The Panic of 1907, also known as the 1907 Bankers' Panic or Knickerbocker Crisis, was a financial crisis that took place in the United States over a three-week period starting in mid-October, when the New York Stock Exchange fell almost 50% from its peak the previous year.
>The panic might have deepened if not for the intervention of financier J. P. Morgan, who pledged large sums of his own money and convinced other New York bankers to do the same to shore up the banking system. That highlighted the limitations of the US Independent Treasury system, which managed the nation's money supply but was unable to inject sufficient liquidity back into the market. By November, the financial contagion had largely ended, only to be replaced by a further crisis.
Morgan & Co also did the same thing during the 1929 crash, although it failed to stop it. J.P. Morgan Chase has a history of bailing out the US economy and if you read BoA's earnings call, they were the only bank that could really buy First Republic.
Consider that they also took on SVB's debts and they're the only think keeping us from a crash

>> No.54845423

Things will get weird if Apple has great earnings and guidance later. It’ll be great Apple earnings vs 3 impending bank failures for the battle for SPY

>> No.54845425

How is service revenue an ass pull? It's their fastest growing segment, look at their fintech venture for example

>> No.54845426

Fuck they re gonna delist DPST and then it comes back only 2x leverage because of the rules

>> No.54845432

Holy shit, QCOM, you too. What the fuck?

>> No.54845439

Yeah JPM can’t save all these failing banks. BoA or other regionals may have to step up at some point since Citi doesn’t like to grow through acquisitions since 2008, and Wells Fargo currently isn’t allowed to grow

>> No.54845462

Not sure why we dumped yesterday, FOMC was basically exactly as expected.
The curve barely changed

IMO we will go back to 4200

Also Apple will beat like the other megatech probably.

>> No.54845478

>>The Starbucks "Experience"
Yeah, you think they're there for the coffee and coffee derivatives?

>> No.54845487

What's taking this fruit company so damn long to report?

>> No.54845491

No support to banking industry
Powell told em to F off

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>At the depths of the Panic of 1893 c. 1895, the U.S. Treasury nearly depeleted its gold reserves. Morgan put forward a plan for the federal government to buy gold from his and European banks, but it was declined in favor of a plan to sell government bonds directly to the general public. Morgan demanded a meeting with President Grover Cleveland, where he claimed the United States government could default that day if action was not taken.

>Morgan came up with a plan to use an old civil war statute that allowed Morgan to sell 3.5 million ounces of gold directly to the U.S. Treasury in exchange for a 30-year bond issue. The episode saved the Treasury but hurt Cleveland's standing with the populist agrarian wing of the Democratic Party.
Don't fuck with JP Morgan.

>> No.54845511

Did Morgan actually have 3.5m ounces of gold?

>> No.54845516

Is there any chance these broccoli head zoom zooms actually bought enough ipods to save aapl's 1st quarter or are they all broke from changing their wardrobes to match their gender of the month?

>> No.54845526

Rothschild's kicked in some Gold as well.

>> No.54845587

No, you're absolutely right, I definitely think they're there for the cramped and for-the-last-three-years empty or socially distant dining areas.
Of course they're there for the coffee and other products, because most of the revenue is coming from the drive thru. People are going for the many variations of coffee that you can't get a 7/11 or McDonalds and for the label so they can have a green seal on their coffee cup at work.

>> No.54845589

>Not sure why we dumped yesterday,
see >>54843902
>FOMC was basically exactly as expected
But not as hoped, people are legit afraid because Republicans now are crazy, if the capital riot wasn't enough of a tip off
They'll let the US default and then who knows what happens

>> No.54845593

Also the Starbucks K-cups are half of any grocery store's coffee section.

>> No.54845602

>look at twitter
>thirsty thursday trend
>what's this
>it's a bunch of people shilling NFTs and beer and their instagram for gay men
Twitter is the future huh and the future looks like a living hell. When our parents thought the future would look like blade runner 1983 and we'd have cool robot gfs and chinese people screaming at us while we ate food in our flying cars in california, the future seemed bad. But now all the techno stuff seems not so bad because you could be in your flying car while watching ads. Instead we're here, in hell, watching people shill fucking NFTs.

>> No.54845607

I just go in and order a tall then get free refills all day while shitposting and using their electricity

>> No.54845613

Capitalists in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were something else.
I don't want to suck Elon's dick but of modern capitalists he's the only one actually trying to advance technology and civlization in some way.

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They claimed they did. You know, in the family bank in France or in Austria, you've never met her.

>> No.54845626

At least we got the PT Cruiser

>> No.54845638

In three years, I have not seen one that had more than two or three people in it. I have seen hundred-yard long lines for the drive thru on the regular though.
Starbucks is synonymous with to-go coffee.

>> No.54845645

>west coast company
>thinks Tim Apple wakes up extra early to talk before market open
NGMI baggot

>> No.54845653

yesterday someone posted something like
>insider here, make sure you buy UPWK before close
they then reported and fell 20%, and they deleted their post
l m a o

>> No.54845654

Elon is a memelord but he's also the 'captain of industry' who thinks he can fleece the gubmint to create nuclear powered cars on mars. Which sounds really gay but at least it's a higher purpose than zuck's jewish vr hell.

>> No.54845661

imagine how mental the economy would be right now with these interest hikes

thanks powell

>> No.54845666

In fairness, yes, the one right down the street from me closed their dining room after the Covid shit and converted to drive through only. Didn't bother me though cuz the staff in that one were kinda rude

>> No.54845680

high rollers are running out of liquid assets

average joe have cash from the last 10 years of free gibs

>> No.54845681

What's a good dividend yield outside of telecom stocks?

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It's actually more worse than you think.

>> No.54845691

You can buy your own debt?

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what does this mean

>> No.54845705

So what does /biz/ make of the Alzheimers drugs?
Biogen and Eli Lily are reporting "success" with their alzheimers drugs, even though patients are actually dying during the clinical trials
Last year short sellers hired an investigator who discovered the original research behind Alzheimers was fraud, so whatever positive effects with these pharmaceuticals is through unknown biochemistry

>> No.54845706

feels good to have called a winning play i told you all why FRB would be next and one of you faggots said the crisis was a nothingburger. i gave you all faggots the free money all you had to do was short and puts on regional banks holy shit youve had like 4 months of advance notice since SVB went down. im suprised kikes are still letting you borrow shorts for some of these tickers its free money

>> No.54845715

What's the logic behind this? Couldn't you just pay it off?

>> No.54845718

The NFT shilling happens on every trend

>> No.54845743

Wrap it up boys the next bank crash is in two weeks this was the bottom for banks

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Press F

>> No.54845828

>gets woke
>goes broke
When will they learn?

>> No.54845834

when is disney going to run out of cash

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>> No.54845850

Its actually shocking how much is collapsing at the same time. Like there couldn't be a better time for the gold back BRICS currency

>> No.54845870

I'm feeling bullish on silver mines

>> No.54845871

To be fair, The gap-up in advancement in the late 19th and early 20th century is nearly unbelievable. Science, Technology, Medicine, food production, refrigeration, energy, transportation. When you think that they didn't have electricity and concrete and refrigerators and radio and self-powered machinery at the beginning of, or even the middle of the 19th century and compare that to the 1930s, where-as if you compare technology today to technology in the 1970s or early 80s we're slightly cleaner and more efficient, computers and internet and such are a little faster, but it's the same basic thing. They already had cell phones in the 1960s.
There's no game-changers like changing from horse-drawn carriages on mud-rut trails to cars on pavement. There's no change in transportation speed and method like sail to steam or rail to plane.
Today we're getting really close to the limit of what we can do on Earth and now it's just a matter of doing the same thing cheaper or slightly more efficiently and spreading the effects around to the rest of the population.
So today, instead of trying to sell a vision of the future to people, the capitalists are trying to figure out how to get people to sign up for monthly subscriptions for stuff they used to buy and own outright instead, and the products are starting to lose features in the name of efficiency (and be bogged down with useless bloatware that renders any improvements in processing power or memory access speed unnoticeable).

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>> No.54845893

I think the market is overvaluing the potential returns. iirc the drug is only eligible for patients that have healthy blood pressure and I'd imagine not a whole lot of Alzheimers patients fit that criteria.

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This doesn't make any logical sense anymore. What does money even mean at this point...

>> No.54845909

When people don't come from around the world to go to their shitty theme parks and take pictures with some cosplaying college kids.

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>In 2023 Vanguard distanced itself from ESG investing as its CEO states that it's not compatible with its fiduciary duties to the investors. Fewer than 1 in 7 of their active equity managers outperformed the broad market in any five-year period and none of them relied exclusively on a net-zero investment methodology.
No more bailouts.

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millennials having another meltdown lmao

>> No.54845960

Nothing. We dumped into the FOMC meeting. It would be a bad time to short now when the market usually pumps after an FOMC meeting.

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two more weeks?

>> No.54845973

>>Capitalists in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were something else.
They were not lol. And atheists were morons 2 centuries ago and their belle epoque with their flying cars in 2000 is cringe af

>> No.54845977

maybe they should try not buying apple if they hate it so much.

>> No.54845984

>when is disney going to run out of cash
they need about 2 more flops as big as Quantumania
to be honest, Jonathan Majors did Disney a huge favor because nobody cares about Kang and the phase 5 marvel movies likely end up as bad as Quantumania, so it at least gives Disney a route they don't have to commit to anymore
From the leaks I don't think Indiana Jones 5 will be as doom and gloom as people think, but a total bomb of the new Star Wars movie will definitely hurt

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I was promised a banking crash

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That's too logical. I have to wonder what the fuck is going to happen to America when millennials become the largest voting block and the new boomer block.

>> No.54846002

>two weeks
a couple of more bank failures and a newly minted 1 Trillion dollar coin to get us over a debt ceiling and S&P500 at 5000 by EOY.

>> No.54846008

I feel bad since D&D and Picard S3 were steps in the right direction
Maybe they're not reflective of the past quarter?

>> No.54846012

FRC and PACW wasn't enough for you? How greedy can you possibly be

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You'd think, but they can't. Buying from apple is necessary to live.

>> No.54846018

Isn't that you do every time you make a payment?

>> No.54846023

I do wanna see a bank failure bubble graph compared to 2008 that actually uses inflation.

>> No.54846034

I don't understand the hate

>> No.54846035

why this and not the fed just increasing its balance sheet
is this their fucky way of doing QE without actually doing QE?

>> No.54846042

It's www.reddit.com, neither do they.

>> No.54846045

we need something like BoA to fail

>> No.54846046

The movie industry is just money laundering for organized crime. When you get down to brass tacks, box office gross is just smoke and mirrors to keep the IRS off of their backs.

>> No.54846048

millennials liberals have this weird idea that all forms of profit come from exploiting others so they see all that money as "stolen" when it could have gone to their wonderful underprivileged minorities and women as gibs

>> No.54846050

>D&D and Picard S3
Too little, too late. Star Trek is still fucked beyond belief.

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>ECB 25 bepis

Yeah we're fading yesterday's move

>> No.54846062

PACW, WAL, and MCB should all die in the next few weeks. No clue who will be after them

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>Yeah we're fading yesterday's move

>> No.54846075

Then go tell the data visualize to take all the numbers and divide it by FRED:PPIACO on tradingview

What is "TBTF"

>When people don't come from around the world to go to their shitty theme parks and take pictures with some cosplaying college kids.

Indeed, the Mouse's IP is too great. Disney has to thoroughly trash the reputations of all their existing IP to make those mutts stop going to DisneyLand/World.

>> No.54846084

If you contribute to a 401k you can take out a loan on yourself, when you pay it back it goes back into the 401k, making yourself your own bank

>> No.54846085

Zoggple's profit absolutely comes from exploiting the customer and the retarded and corrupt government. Also they've ruined society by inventing smartphones and letting retards free on the internet.
>massively overpriced garbage
>planned obsolence
>intentionally sabotaging older devices with updates
>massive and constant espionage and data theft

>> No.54846089

Any AI sex doll companies?

>> No.54846095

I got ZION, CMA, KEY on my list after those. IMO, it'll just keep on going until every boomer figures out they can just park their money in a T-bill or the Fed starts lowering rates.

>> No.54846098

What the fuck does this mean

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>one post by this idea
>fag lurking in the thread just to rage about apple
cool just don't buy their products
apple should suck retards dry until those idiots get an IQ over room temp

>> No.54846141

I actually like zion bank though. Anything run by mormons usually does really well. It's a rather profiting bank too, not sure why it's absolutely collapsing.

>> No.54846144

7% headline, 5,x% core and they do 25 bps, being 1,5% below US rates. I'm mad, cause these fuckers want to save banks and the market instead of bringing down inflation.

My ass EU banks strong and resilient. If so, they wouldn't do 25 bps, fuckin faggots.

>> No.54846145

>Too little, too late. Star Trek is still fucked beyond belief.
I think the more pressing problem is how do you do something different in Star Trek, given the tech advances we have today?
Discovery, Strange New Worlds are set in an earlier Trek period. The Abrams movies also redo an old time period.
Picard was at least the latest series chronologically but shows little progression from TNG

>> No.54846158

Why is nobody talking about the possibility of the US defaulting

>> No.54846160

You'd need visionaries and futurists in the writers room--not cheap drama writers.

>> No.54846162

>What is "TBTF"
BoA won't actually fail, but if it has to be taken over by the FDIC it'll still scare the shit out of everyone

>> No.54846165

>just don't buy their products
The retardition is contagious. Other corporations copy their way of doing thighs and the AIDS has been normalized. Microsoft is basically just an indian bootleg Apple 1.5 at this point. There's nowhere to hide because the rot of Zoggple has spread to other device, OS and software manufacturers. The rot has spread into the internet to make it cater to retards, datamine retards and exploit retards. The rot has spread even into things like cars, everything is iPhone shit and basic features are DLC. The rot is everywhere and Apple is the one that spreads it.

>> No.54846166
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>I'm mad, cause these fuckers want to save banks and the market instead of bringing down inflation.
Don't forget the fed spent a year coping and trying to memory hole the cause of inflation

>> No.54846173

it wont. See 8-9 march on the DOW? it will look the same. One day sideways, then down.

>> No.54846178
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Everyone wants a star trek future knowing this will be reality

>> No.54846182

GOOGL - CEO got 226m last year.

Lol, lmao. Shareholders have zero power, isn't it.

>> No.54846196

as the probability is so extremely low, that it's not worth discussing
it's like asking
>why is nobody discussing how an EMP from the sun could destroy all electronics on Earth - why are you investing in semiconductors?
I mean.. it can happen..
but will it? No
it's just political theater, score as many points for your side before the presidential elections next year
it will get ugly, and there will be jitters in the markets due to it, but an actual default? not going to happen

>> No.54846197

everyone is talking about that. Just no one BELIEVES it will actually happen

>> No.54846202

It's because of the balance sheet. Ever since SVB got their bank run anyone with old treasury bills that didn't hedge for a rapid rate increase are getting fucked.

Powell would have to be retarded for not be rebooting QE before any of the big banks get into the danger zone.

>> No.54846209

>Isn't it

How is the weather in Uttar Pradesh?

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>> No.54846217

Shouldn’t the Canadian banks be more vulnerable since they’ve had the bigger real estate snafu and are probably more woke?

>> No.54846220

Bloody benchod, bastard bloody.

>> No.54846232

what happens if we keep raising interest rates but also start doing QE? eternal super crap?

>> No.54846236

But there's literally nowhere else to go but isekai
>Khan wakes up 500 years later
>Humanity is extinct and Data-like Androids fill the role humans did in the Federation
>It's like Big O with robots doing what humans did without understanding why
>Introduce time dilation
>Retcon warp to wormholes
It's not Star Trek so much anymore

>> No.54846237

Yes. You can pay your mortgage off early if you do this.

>> No.54846240

Seems like total bank collapse is the /biz/ consensus

>> No.54846241

Why do you think KEY up next? I didn’t think they had that much in unrealized losses

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>mkt cap 8B
Ooh, that’s a biggie

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I don't see why this looks like a good deal

>> No.54846251

>Why is nobody talking about the possibility of the US defaulting
Cause the F22, F16, USS Gerald Ford, USS GHW Bush, Minuteman III, etc.

>> No.54846254

>it will go sideways, then down, like the 9th
After the 9th it crabbed for 2 weeks. Stop telling people to short when you have no clue what you're talking about, you're literally trying to meme people into shorting the bottom.

>> No.54846258

>we keep raising interest rates but also start doing QE
For what reason - that would be retarded.

The whole point of rate rises is to constrict the money supply.

>> No.54846259

Google would have to declae bankruptcy if it offered customer service for its products
Which you, the product, aren't entitled to
It's not really a reliable company, it was essentially a holding company for unrelated ventures that Alphabet would love to make its new core business

>> No.54846275

I disagree
/biz/ consensus is total (regional) bank failure
people will (continue to) withdraw money from any bank that isn't too big to fail, and put it in banks that are too big to fail
capital will move from smaller regional banks into large, too big to fail banks such as JPM, BAC, WFC etc
consolidation of the banking system
crisis manufactured so as to deliver the digital dollar
>save us central banks! save us from this crisis you caused by enacting the digital dollar!!

>> No.54846284

it's never been done before so who knows. That's probably like driving with the Emergency break left on kek...

No idea my dude. I just have a list made by all the geniuses from fintwit. FRC, PACW, WAL were the first three on there. Then comes ZION, KEY, CMA, NYCB, EWBC, RF, FITB

>> No.54846291

I was making the point that shareholders have zero power and/or why the fuck is the CEO worth paying 220m.

>> No.54846304

The everyday American is running out of money, people are skipping out on fries when they order mcdonalds.
I'm taking out my money from major banks too, going back to cash just for the meme

>> No.54846312

>tumor weeks until pivot/pause right!?!?

>> No.54846313

>more words
the real deterrent is knowing we will come to your homeland for 20 years and sodomize your children, mutilate their generals, and spread degeneracy in general. a nuclear Holocaust is unironically more humane.

>> No.54846325

We created a culture of free cheap debt and taught no one to save for a rainy day cause there would be a bailout. This was obviously unsustainable.

>> No.54846338

I did not :(

>> No.54846341

Pocahontas was on cnbc trying to say that consumer spending is staying steady and not declining… she was then reminded about inflation, noting that its the same spend but for less… American people are being gaslighted so hard (if they are even paying attention).

>> No.54846344

tell us what you hold anon

>> No.54846346

When irrefutable economic crisis? I want to see layoffs by the millions across all sectors.

>> No.54846353
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>American people are being gaslighted so hard (if they are even paying attention).
dude we even had a fucking resident fed shill that would lurk in /biz/ and activated whenever anyone talked about the fed's roll in inflation

for fucking months that fag tried to memory hole the cause of inflation to be anything except the massive increase in the money supply. Fag even went so far as to claim the fed CAN'T cause inflation. Faggot finally got reassigned but he was the most obvious glowie we'd had in a while

>> No.54846370

>given the tech advances we have today
Your flip phone radio with its 1.5 mile to a fixed radio tower on a single frequency range does not compare a star trek multifrequency communicator with its surface-to-orbit range, but people don't know that, so there's no 'amazing new technology' to be had since everybody has touchscreen everything and laser stun guns, transporters and warp drive are all make-believe.
Enterprise was an earlier period where they were going to be 'before phasers and shields and transporters and all the technobabble and familiar aliens they rely on in the current star trek era' and in the first episode they had Klingons on Earth, "the first use of transporters", "phase pistols" and "polarized hull down 50%", and in the first season they had Ferrengi and Borg despite first contact with both of those being from way outside of human space in the TNG era.
There is nowhere for Star Trek to go except to sell the same old shit but with new gimmicks like "First Asian X" or "first black trans-woman X". (I don't think they would even bother to do "first Mexican X")
That's all any of them have anymore. "First Queer-Pansexual Jedi!"

>> No.54846372

BOIL bros... I bought at 3.20...

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neural networks are probably our best most recent big invention

>> No.54846385

I bought $30 of BOIL & I'm down 15% kek

>> No.54846402
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my average is 4000

>> No.54846409
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im so fucking glad I'm a VT and VNQ fag

>> No.54846425
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Simpsons did it.

>> No.54846432
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Oops, hit send to early. >>54846160 is correct about futurists, but that's problematic now because it's unfair like pic related.

>> No.54846442

well at least you guys didn't buy around 5-15 like poor baggies.

>> No.54846474

smg is sound and resilient

>> No.54846483
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I'm literally insane.

>> No.54846495

Bobros, I just shorted some VIX futures contracts and thus will single-handedly be responsible for the VIX to pump to 45 and markets to plummet 20+% in the coming weeks. You can thank me later

>> No.54846503
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Sell for your lives!

>> No.54846516

crudebros, what's happening to us? I thought the bottom was in

>> No.54846530

I'll reverse you, thus forcing it to slurp for eternity.

>> No.54846538

>not looking at PACW computer...
Banks collapse = good for gold, silver, bitcoin ; bad for oil
Simple As

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>> No.54846560

Goddammit why did I go all in on NatGas and not Oil...

>> No.54846577

you're insane to short the vix right now. it's literally a time where everyone is reconsidering their strategy after Jpow yesterday. You will see a lot of volatility

>> No.54846587

PACW is unironically strong and resilient, we only expect it to become stronger once its merger with JPM is complete.

>> No.54846588

Natgas has way more upside. You picked correctly, >>54846539

>> No.54846609

based. We will stop the motor of the world together
Normally yes but in this case I do it with a small number of contracts as a hedge against a certain other trade I do that's much larger. I actually hope the VIX shorts lose money

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Nothing like that first cup of coffee.

>> No.54846665

/smg/ finna ends... just before the banking collapse kicks off.

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Predictions for the open? Slight up in the S&P and then

>> No.54846707

crab until some (((news))) drops that conveniently allows insiders to dump their bags

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>> No.54846753

better not be a second late nigga or i am going to slap the shit out of you

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>> No.54846779
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I want a study on S&P value and average /smg/ post volume per thread.

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>> No.54846790
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It’s all gone

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>> No.54846806

what’s happening?

>> No.54846818

janny lost money

>> No.54846823

Check PACW computah

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>> No.54846837
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>last two new /smg/ deleted
well fuck I'm not gonna be the third dude banned

>> No.54846841

If your basement isn’t already stocked with #10 cans of pork and beans, apple sauce and yams your ngmi. I’m going to be buying formerly well to do housewives and their hot daughters for a cup of beans.

>> No.54846846

>Someone assigned me with the short put of a verticle spread I did on AMD with a strike price of $94
>My platform lists my cost basis for the 100 shares to be $87.45
>did not previously have any position in AMD

What's going on here? I have the other $92 put that was a part of the spread that I can exercise to sell my 100 shares at $92, but that would mean $4.55 profit per share which doesn't make any sense. That spread was OTM since AMD shitted on earnings. Has this happened to anyone else?

>> No.54846847
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Guess this is the last /smg/. Good morning and good bye!

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>> No.54846851

this is the last smg. its been an honor guys

>> No.54846875
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>> No.54846899

Checked. Boomers don’t control the Fed or banks. (((They))) do. You know, the blue ones. Anyway, they are going to “fight” inflation by destroying the markets. This will keep the dollar alive just long enough to suck up the remaining wealth in the US before fleeing for their next host. After there is no longer a need for the dollar all the protective measures will fail, and we will see hyper inflation. There will not be a multi polar world. Only a new hegemon.