[ 3 / biz / cgl / ck / diy / fa / ic / jp / lit / sci / vr / vt ] [ index / top / reports ] [ become a patron ] [ status ]
2023-11: Warosu is now out of extended maintenance.

/biz/ - Business & Finance

View post   

File: 2.94 MB, 854x480, whitepeopleshit.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]
55530444 No.55530444 [Reply] [Original]

He Missed It Edition


>Stock market words:

>Risk management:

>Financials podcasts/channels
https://www.youtube.com/c/CameronStewartCFA - Fundamendals analysis
https://www.youtube.com/user/BenzingaTV - Various themed livestreams
https://www.youtube.com/user/KitcoNews - Mainly PMs and crypto

>Live Streams:

>Educational sites:

>Free charts:


>Pre-Market Data and Live data:

>Bio-pharma Catalyst Calendar:

>Boomer Investing 101:

>Dividend Reinvestment (DRIP) calculator:

>List of hedge fund holdings:



>> No.55530462
File: 148 KB, 736x1105, 1663798925183154.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Taylor market!

>> No.55530464


>> No.55530466
File: 201 KB, 1080x1080, 84D46919-70F2-4C78-B47C-D5CA497BD018.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

post 5 (five) stocks i should buy right now.

>> No.55530467

CVNA call at 39. AIGMI

>> No.55530472
File: 252 KB, 379x381, hebought.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

You bought calls right anon?

>> No.55530473
File: 1.81 MB, 263x113, 1311762547738.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>he baked

>> No.55530477
File: 541 KB, 1434x955, ow.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>3% inflation
>recession avoided
how did jpow do it bros

>> No.55530480


>> No.55530483
File: 610 KB, 1178x858, bullrun.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Bulls are slaying

>> No.55530484
File: 457 KB, 2200x1650, JPilot.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It's economics all you have to do is believe.

>> No.55530488

Inflation will be 2% in 1-2 months and we will get rate cuts trending back to 0% by end of the year.

Powell actually accomplished a smooth landing without a recession. I think there is a strong argument to make that Powell is the best FOMC chair in US history.

>> No.55530492
File: 93 KB, 1138x1200, 1668190666297923.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530497

what’s an economics can u give me a quick summary

>> No.55530499

>Inflation will be 2% in 1-2 months and we will get rate cuts trending back to 0% by end of the year.
what would you need rate cuts for?

>> No.55530502

Where my DISHbros at

>> No.55530505

All it took was some gaslighting

>> No.55530507

do i uh, sell my SOXL or is it going to 30?

>> No.55530513
File: 120 KB, 1222x460, Screenshot 2023-07-12 101141.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I really like this chart bro

>> No.55530515

To bolster the economy? Why keep rates high if inflation is back on target? We need to keep our foot on the brakes to prevent China from overtaking us. There will be rate cuts end of this year and many more next year. This will start another super bull run cycle similar to 2010's.

>> No.55530519
File: 2.18 MB, 1920x1080, 1653690272001.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Spoonfeed me some penny stocks to look into.
I want to gamble.

>> No.55530534

You're completely delusional.

>> No.55530536

I told you all we just needed to cool off for the next rally

>> No.55530545

cheap credit is good

>> No.55530552
File: 323 KB, 1920x1080, 1675282481077001.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

It's magic I ain't gotta explain shit

>> No.55530556

and your age is <25

>> No.55530557

I don't think you understand how interest rates work. You raise them when there is inflation. When there is no more inflation you start lowering them again. This has been the modern US fiscal policy for a long time. There is no reason for it to stop here. Too much growth is already being stagnated due to high rates. We need capital to flow freely again which means low rates near 0%.

>> No.55530565

Maybe some day I'll stop blowing up accounts when the market doesn't chop every single day

>> No.55530568

I actually shorted today. Just now

>> No.55530569

Can't trade today. It's hanging out in the same range for far too long and that scares me.

>> No.55530570

You're not older than 25 as well.

>> No.55530577

>Food inflation 5,7%

>> No.55530580

Dollar strong

>> No.55530584

>We need capital to flow freely again which means low rates near 0%
inflation has grown and still grows through all the hikes... what are you even on about.

>> No.55530585
File: 134 KB, 500x600, wojak_aaaaa_hat_phun.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

When will the selling stop? This piece of dogshit has been dumping all week.

>> No.55530591
File: 71 KB, 592x1280, crop.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Thanks for playing!

>> No.55530593

>energy inflation -22%

>> No.55530597
File: 70 KB, 877x700, Screenshot 2023-07-12 082023.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Waiting for a dip to hold overnight

>> No.55530603

I’m never getting that sqqq money back lmao

>> No.55530607
File: 138 KB, 917x871, 1615349941804.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

So I missed the dip for the past two days...

>> No.55530611


>> No.55530618
File: 2.59 MB, 2544x4281, Screenshot 2023-06-15 at 23-54-26 _biz_ - _smg_ - STOCK MARKET GENERAL - Business &amp; Finance - 4chan.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

That didn't work out too well for the last person who said that.

>> No.55530630

we are seeing the effects of hikes that happened 9 months ago, we are going to start to see the signs of a recession if rates stay the same and half the country starts repaying student loans.

>> No.55530632
File: 146 KB, 300x436, fullset.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

No you missed two months...

>> No.55530633

any stock in your portfolio that is red today has failed the test and should be ruthlessly sold

>> No.55530634

greatest shot ever?

>> No.55530645
File: 782 KB, 1024x791, 1684720209492765.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I have been giving financial advice in /smg/ and i can't make a profit.

>> No.55530655

No I did plenty of slurping then
But Monday and Tuesday were the last dip, and I missed it

>> No.55530657

July CPI will be great. Looking at oil that is going to stay above 70 and the fact July 2022 oil way way lower than June, the - on Energy inflation yoy will be less. and CPI will reaccelerate above 3%

>> No.55530661
File: 53 KB, 1291x480, ATH.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

New ATH today for me bros, it ain't much, but it's mine.

>> No.55530666

If oil goes up, you can say goodbye to any downside. And since we're entering holiday and the gov dropped the sponsoring of oil, that shit will catch up real quick and send back the CPI to 4%. July and August will remind everyone that energy has its weight if you becoming to bullish
>inb4 industrials goes up without energy
not gonna happen

>> No.55530682

Thanks, anon.

I am using the following indicators in the chart setup on the previous thread. Feel free to use them on your own charts:

LBR_Paintbars - Highlighted candle trend
WilliamsAlligator - Foward Moving Averages
EhlersStochastic - A more accurate stochastic. The 12-6 length is calibrated for weekly charts.

>> No.55530685
File: 121 KB, 256x307, getmoree.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

That's okay bro we're gonna make it.

>> No.55530693

I'd say OIL June 2022 average was about 110-111, June 2023 about 70-71.

Oil July 2022 average about 100 MAX, Oil July 2023 currently at 73?

>> No.55530696
File: 13 KB, 337x144, Screenshot 2023-07-12 083057.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

good shit anon

>> No.55530698

fair value of oil is probably somewhere between $300 and $500 at the moment

>> No.55530710

paper planes take flight easily :D

>> No.55530711

Reverse cup and handle forming on the one minute candles sell everything it's unironically over forever

>> No.55530722

True, August will even be worse than July if oil continues like that, even if it stays flat. August 2022 oil average was lower than july, and september even lower than both.

>> No.55530732

bro that is amazing. keep it up

>> No.55530733
File: 123 KB, 600x400, cuppa.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I'll sell after I'm finished with my cuppa

>> No.55530736
File: 26 KB, 441x434, 1671404586497533.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>Powell actually accomplished a smooth landing without a recession. I think there is a strong argument to make that Powell is the best FOMC chair in US history.

>> No.55530739

>Banks are fine.
>June pivot priced in.
>High inflation is good for stock prices duh.
>Low inflation is good for stock prices, duh.
Bulls are niggers. Wrong about everything, making up shit as they go along but fail upwards. Bears are Whites, accurately predicting the future but can't get ahead because a bunch of obnoxious niggers are constantly getting propped up by a corrupt government.

>> No.55530749

Where do you have the -22% from?

Also here:

>> No.55530752

Let me remind you about DXY

>> No.55530754
File: 3.39 MB, 468x392, 1607710183123.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

This is my biggest filesize apu.
Do what you want with that information

>> No.55530761
File: 169 KB, 473x389, 1666228678145792.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

That's not even an Apu...

>> No.55530765
File: 11 KB, 482x360, energy.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530768
File: 276 KB, 2000x1333, IMG_8474.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

He will btfo earnings expectations then announce his Presidential run.
Bookmark this.

>> No.55530776

Wouldn't he be the perfect president for the
>muh America is a corporation

>> No.55530780

this shit's going down the toilet

>> No.55530800
File: 1.44 MB, 3000x2000, IMG_0901.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Damn I think I got hooked into 400 shares of TQQQ, but I'll get a tidy profit when we fill the gap this afternoon... I had my auto buys set and they a;; got snapped within just a few min

>> No.55530802
File: 74 KB, 941x973, 1687986259916786.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Threadly reminder that the USD shitcoin is going to zero.

Short the Shitcoin.
Short the Shitcoin.
Short the Shitcoin.

If you're too cowardly to do this directly by trading your shitcoins for Real Money™ (tickers: BTC/XMR) than do it indirectly by DCAing into SOXL/TQQQ/USD(the 2x semi ETF, not the statist shitcoin).
>b-but muh chop chop
They Will Never Stop.
1980: $1.5T
2000: $4.5T
2020: $15T
2023 $20.8T

Even at the top of the dotcom bubble, DCAing into a 3x QQQ would have been a winning move, that's how big a shitcoin fiat is.
>b-but they'll have to show fiscal/monetary restraint sometime!
Lol. Lmao even. Railroad workers had (try) to strike for a PAY CUT (sub inflation raise), UPS workers are threatening a strike for a PAY CUT (sub inflation raise). The worker is taking it up the ass, they've shown that as long as they have their goyslop they'll happily continue to take it up the ass.

Short the Shitcoin.

>> No.55530803
File: 19 KB, 1408x355, best smg trader.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>Are you winning son?

>> No.55530809
File: 227 KB, 468x392, .webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530815
File: 139 KB, 1024x801, spxTLT.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Bnd bros ww@ jaws gonna snap shut?

>> No.55530831
File: 80 KB, 639x766, funinfire.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530834

the only 5 stocks that make up 90% of price action obviously

>> No.55530841


>> No.55530843
File: 142 KB, 1280x720, 8721537pisd092302.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Just got in on 10 x $SPY $444/$446 verticals @$1.36. Am I going to eat it or will $SPY stay over $446?

>> No.55530846


>> No.55530867


>> No.55530869

Why the dropping?
I remember reading fed speakers were due to speak today but can't remember what time, maybe it's something to do with that?

>> No.55530880

why are palo alto & crowdstrike dumping so hard? any news i missed?

>> No.55530883
File: 57 KB, 648x484, 727694C1-BF4D-49AA-AC84-4A8C9349529B.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I bought a bunch of 450 0dte calls before this sell off. Hopefully this is just liquidity for a v-shaped recovery… nvm it’s still dumping

>> No.55530885
File: 99 KB, 750x471, hmm.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530889

Any tech company that doesn't develop or use modern AI is obsolete and worth nothing.

>> No.55530890


He wants to gut social security to save the bond market. Doesn't really seem like a winning platform to be honestly with u.

>> No.55530893
File: 304 KB, 563x704, 1687270844754608.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530900
File: 53 KB, 800x450, IMG_0620.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

That was one of the most jewish scam dumps. They dumped the bags hard ;_;

>> No.55530909
File: 400 KB, 581x534, file.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55530910
File: 95 KB, 451x491, MikeWilsonMorganStanley.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

You bought puts right anon?

>> No.55530912

Bostic speaks in an hour

>> No.55530915
File: 269 KB, 1584x1148, 1659364184765020.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Buenas tardes, senors

>> No.55530922

The unironical HEDGOOR

>> No.55530927

It's downtrend time but there's a lot of put volume at $446 so hoping the market pushes that direction.

>> No.55530933
File: 62 KB, 255x220, 1617595979825.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

...did we get played?

>> No.55530936
File: 21 KB, 750x387, p3zsbgoq24821.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Buying opportunity.

>> No.55530945
File: 329 KB, 1170x1997, 8DC5F2C6-9CD7-4835-AC2A-4F1E06AAE590.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

maybe, maybe not. This happened last month around the same time

>> No.55530949
File: 107 KB, 960x720, 1686578728666995.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Jesus, what a beautiful shot.

To those that think Powell will cut rates this year... what? You do realize he is looking at the core inflation right? And that has been pretty much fixed at 5% for the longest time. Rates have proven to be inefficient to combat the core inflation (for relatively obvious reasons).
Of course, electricity (which is a huge factor of CPI but excluded from core) fell but that was expected to be honest. Food continues its march. PPI down while core inflation remains the same... I wonder why, hmm?
In other words, inflation that matters hasn't seen a meaningful decrease in almost 2 years now. There is no way in hell he cuts.
Then again Powell is a bureaucrat and as such cannot be trusted or predicted by mere humans.
There is a good reason that bull runs of the last three years have been so huge, and that reason is inflation. If the rates truly were effective and the FED actually did their job to protect the people from inflation, stocks would barely fuckin move.
Damn is my copper moving

>> No.55530954
File: 79 KB, 925x583, 109e72_156854.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

starting to hate my VXUS position slightly less

>> No.55530971

I sold my TMF at $7.31
I am now in on TQQQ at $41.33
I might get hooked

>> No.55530977
File: 55 KB, 1016x616, Screenshot 2023-07-12 at 12.08.51 PM.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

What do you call this pattern?

>> No.55530986

isn't this a huge nothingburger for cybersecurity to dump so hard though?
guess i'll slurp crowdstrike if it hits 140

>> No.55530990

Touching dicks before the big run up

>> No.55530993

msft is entering the space and starting to offer competing products. if they want market share they'll take it, as they have unlimited funding

>> No.55530994


>> No.55530995
File: 1.85 MB, 480x852, Booba.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>ON reaching triple digits
The one stock I regret not buying more of.

>> No.55531003
File: 47 KB, 180x166, imblue.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

why you mad?

>> No.55531007

Crowdstrike was 90 dollars 6 months ago lol

>> No.55531014

You can't expect anyone to have memory that far back

>> No.55531017
File: 138 KB, 598x574, 1689021996884397.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55531018

I think Powell has to cut this year, if he even implies that rates will stay at their current rate indefinitely the market gets heemed. This happened under Trump and Powell immediately walked it back and started cutting.

>> No.55531022
File: 134 KB, 922x2048, 5B142DA2-D2D5-43A0-9DAE-4A945A63EAAB.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Today is AMZN Prime day. Amazing deals on Amazon today. It’s Prime Day. You idiot. Why aren’t you on Amazon looking for these sweet deals. Look at pic related. Look at these amazing discounts. You moron. Why aren’t you taking advantage of Prime day. From AMZN.

You don’t listen.

>> No.55531047

> if he even implies that rates will stay at their current rate indefinitely
He already said that and the market didn't care at all. He said that rates will stay high for years and that he doesn't see inflation moving back towards target until 2025

>> No.55531054
File: 159 KB, 960x802, IMG_0711.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I'm thinking we're getting the usual 1pm hour reversal and rally to power hour

>> No.55531058

The Magnificent Seven. Buy every dip

>> No.55531073

Market is pricing in a cut this year and they're probably right

>> No.55531077

Nice call.

>> No.55531079

Is this a bull market??

>> No.55531081
File: 76 KB, 233x341, file.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

i bought a ninja blender

>> No.55531082

>Market is pricing in a cut this year and they're probably right
I think not until employment cracks. Even if inflation keeps trending lower the Fed won't cut until the unemployment rate starts trending up. The Fed has repeatedly said that they are willing to overtighten to avoid the risk of an inflation resurgence. If they start cutting with a hot labor market then they risk wage increases causing more inflation

>> No.55531087

Do they not bother to raise the price before the sale any more? Lol. No point buying from Amazon anyway when there's a 50% chance you get a shitty knock-off of the thing you were trying to buy.

>> No.55531090

why are you guys always buying tops and selling shorts?

>> No.55531091

0 dte call option flow in 3…. 2…..

>> No.55531094

Always was

>> No.55531098

why that expiration?

>> No.55531124

The Hidden Tigers Are Entering The Forest. The 0 DTE Pack. Man Eaters. Put Sellers.

>> No.55531125
File: 76 KB, 627x256, Screenshot 2023-07-12 092708.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Earliest i feel we'll test 4400 again, and they closed at 3.00 yesterday but only cost me 1.74. Gap fill blah blah blah bonds up blah people back from vacation. plenty of stuff. i'm grabbing 450c at close

>> No.55531129


Disclaimer: This is not financial advice.

Verification not required.

>> No.55531133

He said he will continue rate hikes throughout 2023.

>> No.55531155


>> No.55531158
File: 194 KB, 500x665, IMG_0777.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

The markets are healing!

>> No.55531166
File: 1.16 MB, 1314x1080, 1688630986997729.webm [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

TMF bros

>> No.55531177
File: 507 KB, 172x172, buyTMF.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

we're saved

>> No.55531179

Difference maybe being inflation WAY higher. So, NO, no cuts til mid 2024 AT LEAST.

>> No.55531198
File: 177 KB, 400x289, file.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

buy NWL

>> No.55531210

Rates are going to remain high until we get a few months in a row of 0.1% inflation MoM, because that implies that inflation is looking at a less than 2% outlook. Then Jerome will finally start cutting.

>> No.55531218
File: 6 KB, 206x87, port.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55531220

CVNA is the best stock of the year

>> No.55531234

CVNA be greedy when others are fearful. Shorts are still doubling down

>> No.55531258

I’ve been shilling CVNA since may I wasn’t kidding when I said 50$ end of week lol

>> No.55531264
File: 69 KB, 788x634, animeposters.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

based rocker hater OP

>> No.55531266

Agreed. Do you have a PTON stack yet? She’s next.

>> No.55531272

BILI boys, our time is coming.
Lets make anime real again

>> No.55531277

>starts running out of eggs
>shapeshifts into "tradwife" to get impregnated before its too late

this is a flytrap

>> No.55531283

Burgers love to be told to suffer by people they themselves perceive as highly successful.
They will resoundingly accept it.

>> No.55531284

What do we have here, Jon Rahm on 16 at Augusta?

>> No.55531289

Afterall, all Burgers are (only) temporarily embarrassed millionaires themselves.

>> No.55531292
File: 19 KB, 400x388, 1445039943892.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

How do I stop looking at my stocks so much

>> No.55531311

fapping. post nut sleep

>> No.55531313

That's why they love Trump. They love licking boots of successful people(let's say he is, but he is at least perceived as that), because they dream themselves of becoming one.

>> No.55531315

No. Aware me.

>> No.55531317
File: 528 KB, 1158x1124, 1687641596697011.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

dividends and a hobby

>> No.55531329


>> No.55531336

I'd vote for any candidate that actually has enough balls to call SS the retarded ponzi scheme it was designed to be.
I mean realistically you wouldn't need to cut too much, ideally just cut benefits to high income earners that don't need SS anyways, and I'd sooner cut EBT before SS but I respect that kind of boldness.

>> No.55531351

It'll never happen. The whole economy is a ponzi scheme. People love ponzi schemes.

>> No.55531367

They love Trump because they want to kiss up to the billionaire boss man so he notices them and gives them a raise except they forget he can’t see them through the TV

>> No.55531382

Fair enough but SS is really bad at being one. The fact you can't put that money into an IRA or equivalent is baffling to me.

>> No.55531408

I bought 2000 shares of MTCH today
Basically shorting (( dating ))

>> No.55531410
File: 91 KB, 1024x1019, 1635631854003.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

My biggest position is up 1% ytd.

>> No.55531425


>> No.55531435

I hope this trend of small caps finally making a comeback stays like this for a while and maybe my bags might be filled again.

>> No.55531440

Never 4get

>Plan I: Up to two percent of taxable wages could be diverted from FICA and voluntarily placed by workers into private accounts for investment in stocks, bonds, and/or mutual funds.
>Plan II: Up to four percent of taxable wages, up to a maximum of $1,000, could be diverted from FICA and voluntarily placed by workers into private accounts for investment.
>Plan III: One percent of wages on top of FICA, and 2.5% diverted from FICA up to a maximum of $1000, could be voluntarily placed by workers into private accounts for investment.[118]

>> No.55531451

When will the dollar get stronger?

>> No.55531465 [DELETED] 

Black people and boomers need your money more than you do, Chud!

>> No.55531467

Never, unless China refuses to buy those $850bn in treasuries Yellen asked them to.

RIP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxw8xg1lpp4

>> No.55531471

I remember when the government's plan to solve the health care problem was to give people tax free health care savings accounts. A ride in ambulance costs $10k but hey now that you have the tax savings you can put $60 a month into your health care savings instead of $50. See goy, sometimes we get it right.

>> No.55531485

Think about where an IRA gets invested..
Receipts of future US dollars. An imaginary promise, very similar to social security.
A stake in the future profits of a business. How does that business make money? Employees perform labor.
For every employee working, they're paying taxes, they're paying into social security.

It's the same shit. The US is a business. It's the ultimate business. In the end, as long as a population exists and people are willing to put time and effort into performing labor in hopes of a better tomorrow, the system will continue.
But in the end when you really think about it, it's all kind of bullshit. What even is a dollar?

>> No.55531504
File: 61 KB, 1132x466, file.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

remember when the euro used to be worth something

>> No.55531507

>Receipts of future US dollars. An imaginary promise, very similar to social security.
I'd trust Apple to repay money 30 years from now far more than the US of the 2050's.

>> No.55531513

Also think that 85% of our federal budget is entitlement spending.

>> No.55531532
File: 655 KB, 858x1200, 96064559_p0_master1200.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

CPI down
Stocks up
Bonds Yields down

I am saved

>> No.55531541

you constantly make lots of small rebalances so the time doesn't feel wasted
though it do be

>> No.55531558

>remember when the euro used to be worth something
1993 anon here
I remember that shit being worth 20%+ over a US Dollerino and wondering why
High school me should have shorted with lunch money.

That does remind me that my first investment was 20 copies of Minecraft Alpha version. Sold for slightly less than beta price

>> No.55531560

Well then you're not understanding. That's ok.

>> No.55531561

I've got a heavy SOXL bag and I wanna diversify. What would you recommend /smg/?

>> No.55531570

MTCH below $50

>> No.55531571
File: 1014 KB, 1919x816, TF2 engineer all clear.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

So we're fine. Heh, as long as nobody bids up the price of oil.

>> No.55531574
File: 577 KB, 606x977, 1688935140334401.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

What's your average cost anon?

>> No.55531581

More SOXL.
I told my sister to make her Roth 50/50 TQQQ/SOXL

>> No.55531589
File: 166 KB, 900x722, 1689149137542192.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Biden is completely fucking faking CPI at this point. The numbers totally disagree with the Fed's data.

>> No.55531594
File: 35 KB, 600x539, Golden Laughing Crying Pepe.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Let me guess: you think treasuries are "risk-free".

>> No.55531597

>record unemployment
>wages faster than inflation from previous "president"
>soft landing
>Russia shidding and farting on itself at diarrhea scales without any US troops
>stock market ATHs
This is the BIDEN GOLDEN AGE bros. Don't be an angry Chud bear trying to short based on your feelings.

>> No.55531598

economy is a meme
recession is a meme
inflation is a meme
stock market is a meme

>> No.55531603
File: 199 KB, 720x562, 1689104797800854.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Good! We need more lies

>> No.55531613

>sqqq dumping
What THE SHIT. WHAT THE FUCKING SHIT. Tech is being propped up by ai and buybacks. Normals and corps aren’t buying their goods and services. Fucking crash already!

>> No.55531628
File: 375 KB, 918x944, IMG_0851.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I got left holding the bag on 400 shares of TQQQ on the way down and am fully green right now my bruddah.

>> No.55531643
File: 274 KB, 1500x1500, -90909.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Ya haha just need more drilling and more SPR dumping

But the rising in oil is 80% from the DXY* falling and nothing to do the oil market

>> No.55531644
File: 231 KB, 545x530, 1648333928300.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

werent all the top economists predicting we would be in a recession right now? why are all the markets popping off?

>> No.55531648


how will this impact share prices of tech megacaps?

>> No.55531649
File: 153 KB, 640x800, 640px-Jerome_H._Powell,_Federal_Reserve_Chair.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55531654

they are just early, towards the end of summer and election year is going to be bloody

>> No.55531655


>> No.55531656

I'm staying the fuck away from mega cap tech next week since it rebalances on the 24th and people will be dumping the Q's

>> No.55531658

Biden is perjuring US economic data to inflate away the financial crisis and keep himself out of prison.

>> No.55531661

Nothing in finance is truly risk-free. You have to worry about US defaulting (not likely) or the dollar's PPP weakening. But for all intensive purposes, a treasury held until expiry is risk free

>> No.55531663
File: 437 KB, 1440x1244, 1686511671830255.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


Bears in shambles

>> No.55531678

Fuckhuge deficits. That CHIPS Act, Inflation Reduction Act, ERC fraud, and student loan pausing saved the economy's ass.

>> No.55531681

>intensive purposes
Truly a diamond dozen. It's a doggy dog world out there

>> No.55531685
File: 791 KB, 1777x1080, 1685278190870358.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55531689

2 more weeks and our -50% bear positions will 1.5x bro

>> No.55531690

Got priced in/frontrun already. Why do you think megacap tech dipped?

>> No.55531694
File: 9 KB, 258x195, bugabago.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

did we ever get a resolution to this? was rocker up all night burning his belongings? did he just say screw it and pass out drunkenly into the nest? is he or isn't he infested? is he liquidating his portfolio now to afford exterminator fees?

>> No.55531695
File: 156 KB, 597x270, F01z6LdWYAQk21a.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I just stumbled across this whiteoid run company, oh my god. Anyone ever see a CEO flex an Uber rider rating like this, lol?

The company is in chapter 11, obviously. Kek

>> No.55531699

In the sense that there's no credit risk, yes. There is currency risk though, obviously. Apple's bonds share that same currency risk, as does anything denominated in fixed terms of dollars.

It would require a constitutional amendment to allow the US to default on it's debts. Such an action would effectively be a currency rebasing, a redenomination. That would have such wide ranging impacts that it would either cause such sudden deflation that Apple bonds would also be blown up and the economy would no longer function, or it would include legislation to rebase all such derivative products to the point where the change really has no impact at all except to say that products you're buying cost pennies and dollars again, instead of thousands. There can be some benefit to keeping numbers small.

My original point is that the dollar itself is pure fiat, a fact which seems lost on you. It only has "value" in the sense that someone down the line from you will accept it in transaction and offer you some good/service in return, but there is no guarantee of how much you'll get from that exchange. It relies on faith.

>> No.55531701
File: 381 KB, 2544x4000, 1631974862225.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>he unironically invested in chinese stocks

>> No.55531719

I don't have bed bugs or cockroaches. Those are just little fruit flies I put next to Edward's web so he can eat well. It's a peace offering. However there will be no peace offering for the centipedes. There only option is death.

>> No.55531721

All my china stocks are blood green

>> No.55531724

>Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
W-why didn't they stop him after the first 10

>> No.55531725

Why is my chicken taking so long to bake in the oven?
Why won't TSLA CVNA and CVX keep going up?

>> No.55531728

No, but I have traded them. Profitably.

>> No.55531753

They don't know about the Mango Habanero. The Lemon Pepper. The Vodoo Cajun. The Garlic Parmesan.

The Company Worth 5.8 Billion.

>> No.55531759

>In the sense that there's no credit risk, yes.
There's been no credit risk *so far*. But in investing we must be forward looking.

>It would require a constitutional amendment to allow the US to default on it's debts.
No, they would just do it. Once Thomas and Roberts are replaced, affirmative action judges will rubberstamp anything that stiffs rich wypipo to free up money for EBT.

>Such an action would effectively be a currency rebasing, a redenomination. That would have such wide ranging impacts that it would either cause such sudden deflation that Apple bonds would also be blown up and the economy would no longer function
We've done that before. Multiple times. The latest was in August 1971.

You're right that so far dollar bonds have been made whole, that's the magic of fiat and printing. But you need to think like the Federal government of the 2030s, 2040s, and 2050s. And default is a weapon you can use against political enemies, one that looks extremely tempting on short timeframes.

>> No.55531764

CVNA is absolutely going parabolic. Long calls from may would have made so many people stupid rich

>> No.55531774

That NVAX shiller is being awfully quiet today, strange.

>> No.55531777

When do I sell? How long can this post "inflation cooler than expected" run last?

>> No.55531784

but instead we have lifelong regrets, which you can't put a price on. also if any of us bought calls it would have turned down immediately and if you had a little bit more experience in the market you'd know that already.

>> No.55531787

The fuck? CVNA literally has gone up like 825% this year and is STILL mooning

>> No.55531790

Who the fuck is the NVAX shiller. Lol. I was posting about The Skeletons In The Closet wrt NVAX's contract revisions yesterday.

>> No.55531795
File: 1.93 MB, 1752x1314, Screen Shot 2023-07-12 at 10.50.45 AM.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55531808

Kek that CEO should be drawn and quartered for being this much of a retard and letting this happen. The fact he hasn't resigned yet is nothing short of insulting. This could easily go down as one of the biggest business blunders of our generation

>> No.55531812

squeezing the shorts again today? I knew I should've gotten in on that today when people were memeing a pile on.

>> No.55531818

I still drink Bud Light especially now that its a bit cheaper its at a fantastic price point for me. One Chud's Bitchfit Is Another Man's Discount

>> No.55531824
File: 75 KB, 719x689, 1688888039588448.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

What's this I'm hearing about novavax? Good idea to pick some up now?

>> No.55531825

>We've done that before. Multiple times
I'm not aware of any currency redenomination.

>> No.55531827
File: 517 KB, 679x721, ESG Score 2.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Anheuser's CEO is a literal ex-glowie. It's all according to plan.

>> No.55531830

>But in the universe of the members-only warehouse retail chain, the asterisk is noted as the “death star,” because when it appears on a label, it means the store does not plan to restock the product once its supply is sold out, according to Newsweek.

>Images show the “death star” on different can sizes and packaging, which could mean only certain Bud Light sizes are fading away at certain stores.

Huh, never knew that.

>> No.55531839
File: 38 KB, 640x385, a6c1816088bdbaed858092d072262ec26fba4ec2395d5dbf59cc5ae79665f53b_1.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

oops did I do that?

>> No.55531841

Cash out now so I can go back to being green

>> No.55531847

We rebased it on a lower amount of gold. Then again. Then again. Then gave up on that altogether.

You're right that redenomination is still in our future.

>> No.55531848

Hey I can't blame you for basically buying it for pennies on the dollar. I'd drink it if they were giving it away for free.

>> No.55531860

Biggest red flag

>> No.55531865

They are selling a tall boy of Bud Light for $2 near my place, which is substantially cheaper than other tallboys for shitty beer. I bought like 5 at once. I don't care about the chud outrage complex, I just want to enjoy free beer.

In fact can chuds start boycotting things like steak or kielbasa or corn on the cob so i can just stockpile cheap Bud Light and barbecue stuff

>> No.55531870

>free beer.
Cheap beer*

>> No.55531875
File: 2.41 MB, 4000x3000, IMG_20230712_140138408.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Btw Edward does not appreciate the slander you have thrown at me.

>> No.55531887

>My biggest position is up 1% ytd.

>> No.55531904

I bet you fags love sucking cock together at your barbecue and stuff

>> No.55531915
File: 149 KB, 790x631, 1672529128393855.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>And why do we fall, Bruce?
>So we can pick ourselves up and immediately fall again

>> No.55531920
File: 396 KB, 819x733, 2023-07-12 15.56.26.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

how about 7

>> No.55531924

We would have made you the little twink at our barbecue. Made you bend over and stuffed kielbasas in your bussy.

>> No.55531936

why my stocks be going down man. shit was up earlier

>> No.55531938

Dude don't give out the cheat codes like that

>> No.55531943

I'm up 5% today :)

>7 biggest tech companies
Whoa, those are some real finds!

>> No.55531945
File: 777 KB, 839x778, Gaston panic.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>Cramer said

>> No.55531946

Okay wait I just realized that the Grocery Outlet mispriced the Bud Light's so much that they all sold the Bud Lights within a couple days because of people like me. At $2/tallboy those things sell like fucking hot cakes

>> No.55531948
File: 70 KB, 1200x675, pepeSweat.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

stocks can go down?

>> No.55531949

Also lmao@janny for having his ban request denied by the guy who gets paid to moderate the site

>> No.55531951
File: 33 KB, 942x458, Capture.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Im selling puts. Whats the difference between trade type "margin" and "cash" when selling puts?

I got cash to cover the puts, if I do margin does it charge me interest or something?

>> No.55531952

FAGMAN was fun, but now we need a new acronym.
MAAM ANT? (Like an ant with tits)
MAMA ANT? (queen of the hill)
TAN MAMA? (MILF in a bikini with a tan. I like this one)

>> No.55531958

dug a tunnel under my house like what

>> No.55531960
File: 193 KB, 864x1526, Screenshot_20230712-191709.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

He's not doing badly lately

>> No.55531963
File: 17 KB, 578x209, im.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

dividend sisters what went wrong?

>> No.55531972

there's no reason to invest in anything other than the Mag7 because everything else is either gambling or not giving you optimal returns.

>> No.55531973
File: 368 KB, 404x570, miko11.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Hey if anyone here is taking bussies it's gonna be me.

>> No.55531977

Sour hour or power hour?

>> No.55531981


Your companies didn't grow because they did dividends instead lol

>> No.55531984 [DELETED] 
File: 95 KB, 210x456, 1689096307211886.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55531986
File: 186 KB, 1278x762, payday.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>dividend tards

>> No.55531989
File: 201 KB, 2029x802, JEPI.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

Not sure what you expected to happen. It performs a little better than the other covered call ETFs because it's not 100% focused on covered calls, but it's still partially exposed to that losing strategy.

>> No.55531990

I'm gonna stick a Bud Light can up your bussy and see your cute little bald face squirm around as you try to make conversation with me.

>> No.55531991

Why'd you post that girl?
Isn't she the one that gets wedgies from /smg/ users?

>> No.55531993

My best performers today were CROX and RIO. A metal miner and a company that makes plastic shoes outperformed all tech stocks today.

>> No.55531999
File: 279 KB, 648x468, 1684613543238115.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>total return -2%

>> No.55532000

Every time I let a spider friend live in my bathroom he invites his girlfriend over. In some weeks there are now fifteen spiders in my bathroom. Exterminate the lot and the cycle repeats.

>> No.55532002

My friends all (rightfully) make fun of me for my $JEPI portfolio that I bought expecting a dip in indices which didn't happen. Grim.

>> No.55532013

Is holding JEPI and receiving a 10.52% dividend yield more profitable than holding an S&P 500 index fund?

>> No.55532015

The big beartrap

>> No.55532018
File: 99 KB, 610x591, 1666312663761856.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

On a totally serious note, do we know why everything is green today? What data released at 8:30 am and what did it say?

>> No.55532020

I went 50-50 with JEPQ and SJB. I get approx 11% and 1.5% dividend from them and their price movements more or less cancel eachother out. It's been working for about 3 months and I should expect a 5-7% yield EOY

>> No.55532023

that's unknowable

>> No.55532025

Fuck, they always do it like this

>> No.55532026

Only in crab market

>> No.55532027


>> No.55532033
File: 70 KB, 1276x586, HMM.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

If only there was a website you could look at

>> No.55532034

What brings you out from under your rock today, anon?

>> No.55532041

So we won? We beat inflation?

>> No.55532044

...and that's a good thing!

>> No.55532050

>how many stocks?

>> No.55532054

I'm tired. Just give me my money back.

>> No.55532057
File: 96 KB, 245x300, Powell hmmm.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I wonder if this is how we can defeat inflation. Make all beer into queer beer.

>> No.55532062

No. Only time holding JEPI makes sense is a crab market. Even then, you're better off buying the lows and selling the highs of the range.
In a bear market it generally can be expected to lose less than SPY, but you'd be better off holding cash.
Across combined market environments over longer timeframes, it'll generally underperform.

Also the 10% yield is not qualified div. You'll pay full short term gains rates if holding in a regular account.

>> No.55532063

Maybe. Inflation never mattered. It was all a spook. Whether we "beat it" or not doesn't matter. Something will still break 4-6 months from now

It's fiat, it was never yours to begin with.
It has value, just not to you.

>> No.55532066
File: 13 KB, 360x450, Genericwhitemale.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

>Short bond ETF
>Pays a dividend
What the fuck?

>> No.55532069

thats nice but you can simply hold aapl and/or msft long and get much better returns and a dividend if you care instead with 0 brainpower required

>> No.55532070

$2 tallboys of Bud Light have turned me in a full on homo flamer who supports flying the Homo Rainbow Flag in every public building

>> No.55532072

I bought a shitton of calls on Argentina's stocks at the top, then the market went down. You cunts told me that inflation was bullish. I need more inflation before the calls ecpire on August or I'm fucked

>> No.55532074


>> No.55532084
File: 103 KB, 1170x1158, F00NdszWIAEzRKa.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

This is how you can tell today is a broad market day / factor day. Tons of random ass value comapnies getting bid up but also weird momentum names too. Large caps untouched

>> No.55532086

Yeah generally if someone's telling you how much money they made from X it's too late.

>8T D00T
thank mr skeltal

>> No.55532089
File: 2.19 MB, 420x420, moe-greene5.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

You got everything you need? The chef cooked for you special, the dancers will kick your tongue out and your credit is good. Draw chips for everyone in the room so they can play on the house.

>> No.55532097

>You cunts told me that inflation was bullish.
For assets priced against the currency that's being inflated to nothing, it is bullish.
If only you'd purchased those calls denominated in pesos..

>> No.55532098
File: 1.66 MB, 1300x800, 1679210056863495.gif [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

nvax shills rn

>> No.55532100

Are you fuckers still on /smg/ #2 of the day?

>> No.55532102

You and Bonanzanon need to fight it out one of these days.

>> No.55532104

Reminder that Moderna vaccine was made by a furfag tranny

>> No.55532107

why 4-6mo?

>> No.55532109

I am bullish on ARGT, but I am waiting for a dip before I accumulate more because the price has likely reached a top.

>> No.55532112

I bought GGAL calls. Its valuated in usd and pesos. I think it went up something like 90% ytd in usd

>> No.55532113

>Reminder that Moderna vaccine was made by a furfag tranny that has a forced injection fetish

>> No.55532127

I don't mind when Dan Schnider or Tarantino puts their footfaggotry everywhere, but do NOT force medical shit on me because of your fetish.

>> No.55532128

Yeah, you got baited. Sorry.

I hold several Argentine stocks as long term value plays. There was some pumper hype a few weeks ago about upcoming elections being potentially bullish, but the reality is that those elections don't actually happen until October.
You're supposed to fade those types of pumps.

>> No.55532146
File: 58 KB, 800x575, rockford2.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55532145

>election year is going to be bloody
Not last time,
and probably not next time either.

>> No.55532149 [DELETED] 


>> No.55532158

baking a real thread

>> No.55532164

I can sell at a 20% loss, or hold until after the pimary elections and pray for it to go up if the pro market guy wins.

>> No.55532165

>early bake
>no links
Why even bother?

>> No.55532167

>You have to worry about US defaulting
lmao even.

>> No.55532186

Y'ALL *smacks lips* SAYIN WE IN SOME KINDA *turns cap backwards* GLOWNIGGER MARKET?

>> No.55532187
File: 389 KB, 793x531, 1661259228832477.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

How are the bears coping today?

>> No.55532203
File: 39 KB, 495x495, seanas.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]


>> No.55532204


>> No.55532206

Two years ago you could buy PHUN at 1.00-1.10 and then sell at 1.20-1.45. I did that a few times a week for a while but missed out on the ridiculous spike up to 20.00+. Still made some money but I can't imagine why anyone would fuck with it now.

>> No.55532211
File: 349 KB, 1000x1000, bobo19.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google]

I'm a deflation bobo so I'm invested in treasury bonds. Feels good

>> No.55533185

>you guys are cool, don't go to the NASDAQ tomorrow