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They Will Not Replace Us Edition

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>Pre-Market and Live data:


>Boomer Investing 101:


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>> No.56200500

homosexual thread. do not engage

>> No.56200511
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if you reply to this post, you're going to have sex one day

>> No.56200519

going down forever

>> No.56200521
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If it seems like the depression is here that’s because it is

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>> No.56200526

I had sex yesterday though

>> No.56200528

I try to imagine the men that find this attractive. It's tough given how alpha I am.

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>> No.56200536

Kek, those jews, funny guys, really.

>> No.56200538
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I checked the calendar, and it is indeed still september. It would appear that mumu cannot help himself but frontrun the calendar (and get run over) just like they frontran the fed (and are still getting ran over).
Perhaps this time he will outrun the steamroller.

>> No.56200546

That's not gonna work is it

>> No.56200547
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>unsustainable debt levels, auto, student, credit, personal, mortgage
>extreme housing bubble, all time high 30%+ income on housing
>consumer is broke, no savings by October
>inflation is spiking higher, no more base effects
>interest rates higher for longer; more zombie company failures, lower growth, more bank failures if 10yr approaches 4.5%
>complete collapse in global trade, each month countries report doing 10% less exports from the previous month
>China recession
>EU recession
>dollar rising
>earnings collapse for 3 consecutive quarters
>1.73 standard deviations wilshire 5k ratio; 50% more bubble than dotcom peak
>**20x forward multiple** on S&P500 earnings (this is very expensive, going into a recession)
>earnings margin collapse, profit margin collapse market wide three consecutive quarters
>only in nominal terms are things "rosy"
>spiking delinquencies / defaults on all forms of credit
>new housing construction falling during strong summer months, in spite of strong demand
>more corporate bankruptcies this year than any other previous by this time of year
>yield curve inversion + uninversion in future
>130% debt to GDP
>$1 trillion in debt service
>other nations dropping dollars for trade, petrodollar is kill
>PMI / ISM collapse
>new orders / backlog of orders collapse
>commodity prices rising sharply (inflationary)
>consumer is kill, and will be even more kill in the Autumn
>crowding out effect from Janet Yellen issuance backlog
>Japan ending / lifting YCC, carry trade unwind
>ECB more dovish = dollar rise
>yields rising
>all time high paycheck to paycheck before student loan repayment resumes
>underwater autoloans
>collapsing commercial real estate value 60%+ value haircuts
>deposit outflows, commercial real estate collapse, inverted yield curve crushing banks - solvency banking crisis looms
>EU PMI collapse
>Fed liquidity vs S&P500 divergence
>US credit downgrade
>smart money vs dumb money divergence
>US regional bank downgrades

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>> No.56200553

>alpha means gay
I knew it.

>> No.56200561
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Already have virgin

>> No.56200564

Sorry if she were actually cute she'd not be so dressed up.

>> No.56200566
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The S&P 500 has not had a Quarterly Bearish Crossover in the Price Momentum Oscillator since 2007. The time before that was 2001.

>> No.56200567

kek, it's SAP that is killing DAX. The techtrannies.

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Who died? why we crashing ?>

>> No.56200575

I'm getting fucked pretty hard right now anon.

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>> No.56200580

I'm doing kinda okay though.
Is it possible these are all just numbers and don't correlate to reality or properly factor in that I'm a productive white male?

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What are some good Uranium tickers to buy LEAPS for

>> No.56200586
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>never mind that you can’t see plants, animals, and other living things congregate to one single spot to die… that oil is totally dead organic matter, trust me

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>6 months ago
Guess the operation failed.

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Guess you gotta dip b4 you rip.

>> No.56200594

some chinese official says this every few months and the fed tells them they will just print exactly that number of dollars and cash out saving them $2t and beg them to actually go through with it

>> No.56200596

Lmao bonds are taking a SHIT

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>never mind that you can’t see plants, animals, and other living things congregate to one single spot to die
You can literally see it at any lake bottom.

>> No.56200599

Was it red that's the good one or green?

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september is opposite month,so red good

>> No.56200610

>To crash the dollar
Unironically that would be super bullish if the current bear narrative is to be believed

>> No.56200615

Technically oil existed before plants. Organic matter existed before organisms. Where do you think life came from?

But what matters to the industry is whether it forms in quantities that are economically extractable. Tectonic shifts and other activity can unlock previously uneconomic pockets. There are also efforts to make our own new sources. By controlling the entire cycle of hydrocarbon formation in a closed system, we can sort of guarantee perpetual reusability. Current processes have questionable economics, but that doesn't mean it will always be the case. At one point in time we had to dig for diamonds. Nowadays we can grow artificial ones.

>> No.56200617

Anon, when did you realize we're in a deflationary spiral?

>> No.56200618
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Why is VIX trying to creep up all of a sudden?

>> No.56200619

>Crash the one thing that's propping up 60% of your economy
Amazing idea

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>> No.56200621

If that were the case, every lake would be nothing but organic decaying ooze.
But it’s sand.

>> No.56200629

See >>56200566

>> No.56200630

>By controlling the entire cycle of hydrocarbon formation in a closed
If you captured the exhaust of every car yeah and assumed you had infinite money then yeah.
>every lake would be nothing but organic decaying ooze.
Not every body of water has an anaerobic zone and not all of the lake is that.

>> No.56200632

>be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy
slurping here thanks chuds

>> No.56200637

You can’t explain it. I accept your concession.
You probably believe in climate change, too

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>> No.56200642

>he tries to buy the dip
>it keeps dipping
kek baggies

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Yeah I'm thinking it's over.

>> No.56200647

If you post here that means you are a renewed virgin in the eyes of the Lord.

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>> No.56200662

Good TA. SPX peaked against the M2 Money Supply at the top left vertex of the N.

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silly mumu. daddy's home.

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both wrong

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>> No.56200681

you're not the boss of me

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Probably most if not all of the down we see today. Likely be faux news catalyst to dcb up or just chop & crab. Probably drain bobo thetas on 0dtes. Posted late in last thread.


>> No.56200692

Yom Kippur still going

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Goddamn PEPSI is looking real oversold. Poised for a nice and small bounce? Fugg id I acquiring a small position at $171

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What's going on with uranium I haven't been paying attention for a year

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I am a fucking smarty pants. And there ain’t nothin y’all can be done about it

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I’m am so fucking smart I post yesterdays photos today!

>> No.56200714

>You probably believe in climate change, too
I do. 8 billion humans polluting will affect the environment. Enjoy your toxic dump in your water because its not real.

>> No.56200719

Nuclear is the future. Microsoft has invested a shit ton for nuclear energy for its new data centers.
Wind, solar, and EVs will crash since we will go to war with China. It was never truly sustainable

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>> No.56200723

Are you dumb? Or just extremely high?

>> No.56200727

It's decomposed lipids from algae, you can even make it yourself.

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Go drink the groundwater from a “clean energy metal” mine.
I fucking dare you. Shill.

>> No.56200738

Fuck not that goddamn goblin

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>toxic dump in your water
>climate change

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It looks, to me (albeit a retard) that its moved down to the lower level (OoM)

Theres only ~1.5 billion cars on the planet you absolute knuckle dragging coomer.

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Okay! You schizo fuck. Go lose more money

>> No.56200759

Climate alarmists don’t understand that the vast majority of people want clean air and water, but you don’t have to claim the world is ending to convince people.

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Anyone invested into Texas Instruments? Boomer tech that is on course to its last year's lows... wtf? Seems extremely undervalued and has nice divvies

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not so fast

>> No.56200779

Trees already capture carbon. They love it when there is more carbon.
Carbon dioxide is a relatively heavy gas and naturally precipitates near the surface. Even without trees, it dissolves into water. That covers most of the earth's surface. In fact, that carbonic acid can even turn directly back into usable hydrocarbons through electrolysis. However, these processes are slow.

>> No.56200781

Why? Can someone explain the retard strength? Obviously AI will change the world as much as the internet did 20 years ago but it aint happening tomorrow.
NVIDA is the CSCO of the 00s

>> No.56200782

It's sad how many people fell for that doomsday scam. All hail the climate model based on bullshit assumptions. At least it makes money for The Science™.

>> No.56200787

Life straws are a scam, retard. You are a gullible clown.

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You lost 4300 dummy.

>> No.56200794

They sell graphing calculators to high school students, and high school students don't need graphing calculators anymore because chatgpt does their calculus homework for them now.

>> No.56200795

what the fuck

>> No.56200798

>but you don’t have to claim the world is ending to convince people.
You know theres a lot between nothing will happen and its the end of the world right?
>its only cars that pollute
>not housing, apartments, electricity use, phones, computer
K thanks for trying anon.
>They love it when there is more carbon.
They dont capture more of it just because there is more carbon.
> that carbonic acid
No one is capturing most of the carbonic acid and its killing carbonates by raising the ph. carbonates capture carbon and if they die off they release that carbon back out.

Ya'll peak mid. Im long uranium.

>> No.56200801

if you think that's bad lois look at a typical day in india as well

>> No.56200804

Calculators is like 5% of their business

>> No.56200809

Holy kek. You guys, please stop using your debt as a means to keep the small business afloat! It’s only meant for big corporations like Amazon! Also stop using your credit because we are going into recession and you stupid fucks are going to use your bad credit as an excuse to not pay your landlords again.

>> No.56200811

>Life straws are a scam

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all the green eco speak is just a veneer. They don't really mean any of it. Otherwise they'd dedicate 99.5% of all their assets to harassing china. Thats how you 100% know its a boshlevik apparatus cloaked in AOC titties.

>> No.56200817

>They dont capture more of it just because there is more carbon.
Apparently they do, as evidenced by the ~5% increase in global vegetation this past decade.

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>moved down to the lower level
Absolutely, I also think it is gonna go down (I hope so since I want to acquire a sizeable position at around 150) but right now it seems really damn oversold and seems ready for a quick bounce.
Unlike many here, I don't do options so I am happy with 1-4% movements per week

>> No.56200821

The market is fine.

>> No.56200822

>zero credit debt
>credit score will go down despite this
>you need to have debt and spend it for it to go up and have a good score

>> No.56200824

NVAX bros, when squeeze?

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>> No.56200830

>~5% increase in global vegetation this past decad
Fake and gay. Desertification is increasing. Now even if that were true thats not a result of more carbon in the air. plants can handle higher levels but they dont consume more Co2 just because its a higher level. plants will grow and remove co2 when left alone anyway. You arent making a point here.

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The market is not fine.

>> No.56200842

You cannot filter what they claim is filtered through that tiny ass thing. I have a 5 stage reverse osmosis system under my sink that still doesn’t filter everything the lifestraw claims to filter.

>> No.56200849

>climate change shills shitting up the thread
Can you fucking queers fuck off back to /k/, please?

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Friendly reminder this isn’t the bottom

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There are tons of videos of people testing them to prove they don’t work, they do btw. Cmon man stop using credit cards, you are hurting small businesses

>> No.56200865

Everytime we start to cleanse the market they start the gay fucking pumps

>> No.56200869

Right on schedule!

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b-but the polar bears are almost extinct

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Buddy, look at the 10 year!!
even after overnight PPT / Fed intervention on low liquidity, they are continuing to sell off - yields just went green again
incredibly damning - similar to an artery being severed and just packing and packing the wound with gauze but the bleeding won't stop, no matter how much gauze and morphine you give the patient, they are bleeding out!!

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>Sep 29, 2023 – Fri, Oct 6, 2023

Ahh fuck

>> No.56200877

It's terrible. I used to live over there & Korea. No amount of money would convince me to live there permanently due to the air quality. Even with my windows closed and air purifiers running 24/7 I'd still feel sick on high particulate matter days.

>> No.56200879

fucking funny that cramer is doing a piece covering previous market crashes

>> No.56200886

buy signal

>> No.56200892

Just look at all that osha hazards.

>> No.56200893

> Can you fucking queers fuck off back to /k/, please?
Wild how /k/ turned in to a cucked pro-Biden board, isn’t it?

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I am already getting financially top:ed. At least we will bounce hugely next week so there is that

>> No.56200903

global greening is a very real thing and the climate cult is tripping over itself trying to paint increased plant growth and farming yields as a bad thing. Look it up, it's weapons grade copium

>> No.56200906

Not really. Pretty easy to spam a board and guns are of particular interest to the subversives.

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>every Mumu AAAAing
>my only bullish position is PYPL (+0.08%)

>> No.56200918

24/7 ukraine posting made everyone fuck off. Also years of ammo shortages dint exactly help, hell I only do sporting clay/trap/skeet shooting now.

>> No.56200919

Should I buy more SOXL or more UPRO on this dip? UPRO feels safer but it's boring

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We only care about one bear around these parts.

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Provably wrong, via satellite imagery:
Pic related. No link because it flags as spam.

Not sure I'll ever fully comprehend what compels midwits to imagine that the earth, which has sustained itself for billions of years as a relatively closed system, has suddenly become permanently ruined by just a few decades of human energy usage at levels several orders of magnitude below the daily energy we receive from the sun itself.
As long as the sun keeps shining, we're going to be fine.

>> No.56200931

Here we go, why the fuck are we heading back for 4300

I hate Mm’s like you wouldn’t believe, scum of the fucking earth. We should be at 4000

>> No.56200934

Majority of gun threads are ghost towns. The old generals don’t reach bump limit for days.
/k/ is now filled with pro-Biden, pro-Ukraine, pro-democrat, and pro-gun control noguns and neverserveds.

>> No.56200951

Its not the future, but at this rate will become a significant part of the energy economy. Microsoft is probably thinking about oil supply shocks and they probably have some special contract with suppliers given how much energy they use. Given that other than the US itself there is Russia, UAE, and Iran to make enough oil for the US to maintain supply. Nations like Canada are a great help but they just don't produce enough to supply the US as well as they're consuming much of their own supply already. And given how we have a ton of mouth breathing progressives walking around, oil isn't looking like the rock-solid $1.50/gal pump at every corner across the nation it once was. So they're likely looking at using nuclear as baseline power source to power the data centers running 578,923 instances of some AI bot to help these progressives write their 8th grade level emails. Maybe even 99%+ energy for these centers

>> No.56200957

its required to keep earnings up q/q

/k/ always had a sizable pro-glowie base due to military (industrial complex) lusting. it only became unbearable when the ukraine war broke out

>> No.56200978

Yes, but has the planet ever had over a billion indians shitting in the ocean every day or a billion chinese burning coal and dumping toxic waste on a constant basis? China and India also get over half their energy from coal. I bet a lot of that leaf area increase is only from damming as well.

>> No.56200980

That's the best kind of shooting anyway. I got an over/under shotgun just for it.

>> No.56200985

The cars are making the freaking bears gay

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i just got off a ban from /k/ for posting about how at the current rates of attrition and remaining stock piles of weapons and equipment, ukraine was going to lose within a couple of years for posting "off topic - posts need to be about military weapons and equipment" lmao /k/ is completely comprised

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>> No.56201012

Wtf is this bullshit, is the market forcing me to become an expert on jewish holidays to make money?

>> No.56201013

I gave up on /k/. Now I just get banned and unbanned every three days because trolling them is so fucking easy.

>> No.56201015

/k/ used to be full of racewar fags collecting guns for RAHOWA. Current /k/ is the gayest piece of shit ever, by design. Gotta keep the goyim excited about next war you know :)

>> No.56201019

Yeah /k/ has gotten kinda weird over the last few years.
It was always weird, but now it's weird weird.
Full of recruiters and spooks or something, fuck that.

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The bobo population seems to be thriving.
Yeah I have my old ithica o/u that does me well. Once I make it ill buy a bespoke shotty for sure.

>> No.56201032

Tempted to slurp EM since Jeremy Granth has been right about everything else

>> No.56201038

They pump CO2 into greenhouses because plants most definitely do eat up the extra CO2 and grow bigger and become less weak and pathetic like yourself.
1200ppm sweet spot.

>> No.56201045

I have 2k sitting, should I go in EM?

>> No.56201052

>only -0.34%
Helps to be like 75% in money markets i guess

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Can DXY please go back down?

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For me it was Sandy Hook that pushed me to /pol/ from /k/ oh well, I ended up here, so it's all good.

>> No.56201073

Idk I’ve been paralyzed since March 2022

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>yer in one now... pick your trope

They sure are. I was being facetious mostly. I have sympathy for the beast. But theres a lot of commies we could get rid of to see if that helps with their carbon problems before we go making real people uncomfortable, affronted, or offended in any way.

This looks like bobo trap, low volume, long and drawn out to squeeze your theta.

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>if you don't believe 80 iq pol narratives you must be a card carrying democrat

Can you guys please start using trips so that I can keep track of who's financial advice I should be ignoring between threads.

>> No.56201086

EC paid a dividend today, so my brokerage is showing me a 10k intraday loss just off that action.

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>> No.56201095

Literal bearmarket rallye, truly pathetic. not even the slightest rebound. Completely shitting itself, this fuckin economic system is nothing but a fuckin bubble

>> No.56201100

/pol/ is one of the most intelligent boards on the site retard

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Jesus, Andrew Jackson, Benjamin Franklin, Henry Ford,George Patton, JFK, bobby fischer, Kanye couldn't all be wrong could they ?

>> No.56201118

I went in PEP at 175. My bags are getting heavy

>> No.56201119

unironically pure garbanzo price action..who knew jewish holidays are so powerful

>> No.56201121

They're the ones selling the standard AI hardware right now. They can't make it fast enough to meet demand, earnings likely to remain ridiculous for some time unless AI becomes nothingburger.

>> No.56201124

It’s also one of the fucking dumbest too

>> No.56201126

I think you imagined all that happening.

>> No.56201129

>for some time unless AI becomes nothingburger.

So,the next 500 years,since AI is the future of civilization

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Convincing moves today. They're gonna have to get the gentile away from the machine.

>> No.56201144

I'm short but I simply didn't make the profits I could have. I didn't expect further shitting in the pants. Maniaselling after maniabuying. Retarded market, unironically.

>> No.56201148

When should I buy back in? I have $8000 waiting and I want to turn it into $100k by 8 months from now. Thoughts?

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Money markets isn't a safe haven if we get a default. Also pic related looks concerning to me

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>> No.56201162

in 8 months you can turn that into 1k

>> No.56201175

Good luck.

>> No.56201190
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What is the name of this pattern

>> No.56201192

We just bounced off the bottom. Time to load up on calls.

>> No.56201196

Oh so that's why the economy is collapsing.

>> No.56201203
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If you're not concerned with the fud then when this gap on the S&P closes imo

>> No.56201204

I’ve done it before but granted that was in 2021

>> No.56201209

What level is that?

>> No.56201210

I've been listening to Josh on the Trading Fraternity pretty regularly since 2021 and whenever he and his retarded channel members start talking about how Powell "has to go full Volcker" and they start loading up on SPY puts, they end up totally wrong. This time last year they were doing the same thing and then freaked out when everything reversed in October lel

>> No.56201216
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Biden got us out of the trump induced inflation and recession that started last year. Soft landing confirmed. Bizcels btfo

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here's qqq gaps, think they're looking at 4230

>> No.56201246
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excuse me sweaty the wuhan lab of virology caused the inflation

>> No.56201251

is this a man

>> No.56201255

Looks like 422.x to 424.8x range. I have some longs but their probably scalps or short swings they're like 10/29 445cs somewhere there abouts. Gonna scale in in case rugpull I don't like the market as its been.

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>> No.56201265

Be careful with this shit. Trading sentiment is not like the old days. We live in the age of noise. At any given time you can find an online community that thinks any of the possible outcomes.

>> No.56201268

Cuz usa money dindu nuffin

>> No.56201269
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corporate loans and almost all mortgages in usa are fixed rate loans, so they are revised annually meaning inflation has about one year delay from raising interest rates. when all loans are checked to new 4.5% us bond levels inflation nosedives

this is why housing prices have started to come down quickly since january

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True that m8, r-r-r-r-right? Goddamn so many stocks are now on such low levels. Almost time to start slurping. I would prefer another 5% drop for the index but this schizo market is likely to gigapump next week when you least expect it so better to get in while I still can

>> No.56201280
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That's a fact jack.

>> No.56201291

So the left side of that parabola takes into consideration gas, energy and food.

And the right side doesn't ? God I hate it here.

>> No.56201298

Nigga over here speakin' Chinese

>> No.56201321

Chinese isn’t a language anon

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1,000 55 gallon drums of yelllowcake uranium. Roll great. only a few leaks, perfect for startup enrichment operations. NO lowballs, tire kickers, or mutants I KNOW WHAT I GOT


>> No.56201336

It's helped me realize that. His subscribers are such a hivemind it's kind of crazy. Then you find out they're all Christian landlords and it makes more sense lol

How do people look at that and say "inflation is trending up"? Isn't that literally the point, it's just that the desired rate of "up" is 2%?

>> No.56201346

I knew Japan wasn't real!

>> No.56201345

Mumus getting ass fucked you gotta love it
what a bunch of jokers lmao

>> No.56201350

Not gonna lie I'm getting real tired of waking up to my portfolio down multiple percentages every single fucking day

>> No.56201351

Is KO going out of business?

>> No.56201363
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kek at loading spy puts now. literal suicidal plan

>> No.56201368

The way management runs it you would think so. KO is so imbeded in society its going no where.

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The inflation is not that bad in the US. I think the only inflation-category that is causing real harm is the insane rent inflation. That has to suck
The wage growth of the middle class and above has caught up for the most part. R-r-r-right?
I mean, people don't seem to mind so who cares? Restaurants and recreation (a large category of the inflation) seems to be doing extremely well.

>> No.56201376

>Bonds trading 60 cents on the dollar
- https://twitter.com/junkbondinvest/status/1705273126420992471

It's over for Coke Boomers.

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we literally cannot stop winning. not now. not ever.

>> No.56201384

This is starting to fucking hurt. I want 2010s markets back

>> No.56201386

rentoids deserve to suffer

>> No.56201395

True inflation, that would take housing into account, is absurd.

>> No.56201408


>> No.56201411

Doubtful, but I expect it'll continue to underperform major indexes as it has these past 20 years. All the while, Buffett bros and other boomers will continue recommending it as the ultimate quality investment.

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>> No.56201415

holy shit that's some cheap corporate paper, and for KO no less? Either I'm blind or the corporate bond market is retarded.

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You're laughing? Boomers are losing their retirements, and you're laughing?

>> No.56201423

That's just what unrealized bond losses look like when rates shoot up 5%.

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Don’t get fleeced bobos (volume)

>> No.56201430

What is coke going to do when they get sued for giving people the diabetes?

>> No.56201433

my poorfolio is too small im not allowed to short.

was gonna open my first short yesterday.

>> No.56201437

that looks like an opportunity to me

>> No.56201436

I demand to speak with Nathan Nasdaq

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in china buffet is on each cola bottle =)

>> No.56201444

I work in the music industry and people have only been spending more and more money on shit. Insane tour budgets, blowout merch sales, VIP packages, the works. They're all getting this money somewhere - oh right it's the economy that isn't doing nearly as badly as retail fags want to believe

>> No.56201446

pray to god you don't drop that shit

>> No.56201447

Adding more to my hedge with FNGD fuck it

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>True inflation
but have you checked TruFlation?
basically trending down to zero
fed will have to cut in less than a fortnight

>> No.56201456

ECB, BoJ, and BoE have thrown in the towel. When you have a golden cross on DXY and Kashkari running around saying one more rate hike and higher for longer, DXY can go nowhere but up

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Is now the moment to ape into CF?

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>in gambling, you don't win by knowing the odds, the formula, the strategy
you win by having an edge.

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>> No.56201469

oh...my lying eyes must deceive me then

>> No.56201472

Swap with the shell company COKE, then skip south of the border via KOF.

>> No.56201473

you mean straight edge

say no to drugs kids

>> No.56201476

plot twist
the kind of diabeetus fatties get from gorging on cola is patented and licensed and now the fatties gotta pay royalties to KO
>DaaS; from The Cola Company
>Diabeetus as a Service
got a loicence for that disease there m8?

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>> No.56201483

are you ready for the daily afternoon fake pump?

>> No.56201484

I'm surprised at how well gold and oil are holding their levels despite dxy being this high.

>> No.56201485

Should I actually invest in physical uranium? Is this risky to have around the house? I figure I’d just keep in garage and put a lead blanket over it.

>> No.56201486

I'm glad I made bearish bets on China invading Taiwan last week. This is turning them green regardless

>> No.56201487

Seriously do not ever post here again

>> No.56201488

They're in LQD, so you can assess the general performance and outlook with that ticker.

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SOXL. It's a scam isn't it? /SOXL market general/ has been lying to me for 3 straight years. I HATE YOU ALL

>> No.56201492

Contrary to what you might be thinking, here is no mistake here on AI's part

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>> No.56201496

>China invading Taiwan last week

>> No.56201498

It's worth it. Also you get some radon gas for free.

>> No.56201502

have you heard about ticker JEPI?

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I bet that shit costs an arm and a leg.

>> No.56201508

I was thinking more in line with holding to maturity and pocketing the yield

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>> No.56201513
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in mcdonalds they dont serve regular sodas anymore in many places. they have only zero coke, zero fanta and sprite etc. when you ask to have zero they said actually that's all we serve

but actually even regular orange juice has more fructose than coca cola so it's worse for inducing metalobic syndrome. fructose is 100% fructose but coca cola is sucrose white sugar so it's half glucose and half fructose

>> No.56201518


dude looks rough from all those boosters

>> No.56201520

Oof, sorry about that typo. We've all been recommending SOX*S*. Yeah, God help you if you thought semiconductors would run up *more* in the back half of the year.

>> No.56201523

im not claiming they invaded last week, i made a bet last week that they would at some point in the near future

>> No.56201533

Well then yeah, just hope that other investment returns + inflation outpace the 5% yield or whatever it's offering.

>> No.56201534

step aside, YieldMax is the new king

>> No.56201537

i think a nuke would be a better store of value.

>> No.56201538

Wtf is going on with the uranium spot price

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Worst month so far,goyim capitulated now please pump it

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Are we crashing this year or what?

>> No.56201543

>white sugar
isn't "sugar" coca cola this kind of high fructose fatty syrup in the USA that has basically nothing to do with "real sugar"?

>> No.56201545

they wont, they are completely dependent of usa allowing them access to global markets for trade and they import 80% of energy and good inputs through the stait of molacca which could be shut down with 2 destroyers. Their population would half within a year from famine alone, it will never happen

>> No.56201549

>regular orange juice
Oh and what about Cristal, Mr. Fancy Pants rich person? How about the glycemic index of 100 year old wine?

>> No.56201550

catching up to contract prices

>> No.56201554

My sweet Lain would never foul her lips with goyslurp of any kind. She is pure

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>that they would at some point in the near future

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>> No.56201568

the reason i made the bet was because their military posturing around taiwan is reminiscent of what we saw just before Russia's "3 day special military operation."

and your posts only increase the similarities

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>uranium fever has done and got me down
>uranium fever is spreadin' all around

>> No.56201571

>Their population would half within a year from famine alone, it will never happen
you mean it will never happen again :^)

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anons, are we going to 3250 on SPY?

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Oh, hey there, that was a little painful.
I was wondering if you could provide some exit liquidity for me. How does somewhere around UNCH on the day sound?

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Sorry, new sheriff in town. Pic related

>> No.56201598

Yes, that’s why flyover retards are so fat. Because it’s in everything and especially fast food which is popular in less educated states like Indiana and Alabama

>> No.56201601
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so white sugar is so called Sucrose. Sucrose is always half fructose and half glucose. Fructose is the sugar in fruits and glucose is the sugar in bread, pasta, rice etc.

Fructose goes directly to liver just like alcohol, but body uses glucose as fuel it's not harmful like fructose in larger quantites

glycemic index measures blood sugar response to glucose. it's kinda misleading because fructose does not raise blood sugar really but it raises insulin which is far more dangerous in long term. type 2 diabetes is caused by fatty liver and high insulin levels instead of glucose

>> No.56201604

Betting on anything relating to China is a nice way to light some money on fire.

>> No.56201610
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Last dip before the October runup when utilities finalize their budgets.

>> No.56201611

it would take years, if not decades to build up a naval force of troop carriers to take taiwan, months of build up before it actually happened, you would see it a mile off. Again, its never going to happen. If china does take taiwan, it will be the same way they took hong kong, legally and mostly peacefully

>> No.56201614

give it to me gay, how fucked are we?

>> No.56201617

Look at VIX computer

>> No.56201621

we arent fucked at all, sept is almost always down. SP is still up like 13% for the year

>> No.56201624
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>years, if not decades to build up a naval force of troop carriers to take taiwan
Anon... they've been doing military exercises and conversion work on "civilian" ferries for years, if not decades.

>> No.56201631

ok now give it to me straight

>> No.56201637

I'm making good money on my YANG shares and calls, UVXY calls, and my TSM puts

you do make good points. what do you make of the chinese warships and jets around Taiwan, though?

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>> No.56201646

we still have 13% to go before the annual candle is red.
>Verification not required.

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i bought one (1) share of SCHD

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i think this the snapshot of the market. russell down the least. shitpee and nasdick down more.
when its green days they might be up more but on red days they are down more too.

russell is the healthiest index right now. this is a good day imo. a normal market down day.

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>...I DRV

>> No.56201657

I personally think it would be good for America if we got into a hot war with China. This new generation of kids we got needs to be taken out of their safe spaces and learn first hand how the world really is. Otherwise this whole country is going to turn to shit.

>> No.56201661

I bought '22 november O puts in '22 october... talk about retarded, missed the whole play

>> No.56201663

Lmao he fell for the fructose bad meme.

Anon, how many diabetics do you know who eat fruit?

>> No.56201671

likely by spring

>> No.56201683


otherwise will happen

>> No.56201686

lol if they were to just send out a mass text to all armed forces, have the board civilian vessels and sail for taiwan, they would lose a million men in a matter of hours. Taiwan has been preparing for an invasion for 80 years, they are well defended and china knows this. An invasion will absolutely never happen
everything is still fine
They force taiwan to scramble their jets, which costs like $800m a year to do, running down their budget
market historically returns 9%, we are fine
Americans will never get in a hot war with china, americans after 20 years in the sandbox are allergic to foreign wars. It will be us arming taiwan the same way we arm ukraine and maybe using carriers, drones, missiles and planes to enforce a no fly zone, but again, it will never happen, certainly not any time soon

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>> No.56201690

None of those are moving because of anything relating to China.

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type 1 diabetes requires insulin they cant produce it. type 2 diabetes is just mainly caused by being overweight, fatty liver etc. low fat low fructose diet cures that very easily. that's why in asia type 2 diabetes was unseen illness past 2000 years when all people ate was massive quantites of white rice

>> No.56201694
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>piss away lots of my portfolio value at the beginning of the year due to degenerate options gambling
>consciously put a stop to it during Q1
>licking wounds and shifting portfolio holdings during Q2
>starting to pay off finally in Q3
I'm so back aren't I?

>> No.56201700

>market historically returns 9%, we are fine
it’s 7%

>> No.56201711

i know, see >>56201486
I can be wrong and still make money. i could still be right and make even more money

>> No.56201713

if that's from commodities, need to be paying attention to the bond market for when to take profits.

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>> No.56201718
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People who are really interested in their health and glucose levels (everyone should be) should wear a continuous glucose monitor for a few weeks every so often and just test different foods and activities. Some foods spike glucose for some people and have no effect on others. The only way to really know yourself is to test and look at the data

>> No.56201719

Nah, here's how it plays out. Once my Boy Vivek becomes president, we're going to invade Mexico, to get rid of the cartels and as a lead up to when we invade Taiwan. By invading Taiwan first, we seize the initiative and are better positioned to end the conflict before it escalates too much.

>> No.56201725

yes it's from commodity producers. Currently most of my returns are from KAP

>> No.56201727


>> No.56201728

sp500 is literally 9.09% historically

>> No.56201729

A cartel war would rule.

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I'm at a newer higher ATH

>> No.56201739

>lol if they were to just send out a mass text to all armed forces, have the board civilian vessels and sail for taiwan, they would lose a million men in a matter of hours.
And they would have 3 million more.

>Taiwan has been preparing for an invasion for 80 years, they are well defended and china knows this. An invasion will absolutely never happen
Taiwanese conscripts treat it like a joke and the generals are obsessed with meme weapons. 3 F-35's will do jack shit against a Chink zerg swarm.

>> No.56201748
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I'm at a newer lower ATL

>> No.56201752

China has a military that's largely built for defensive capabilities rather than offensive. They regularly do exercises near Taiwan and get pissy when other countries fly or sail through Taiwanese air or sea, and I fully believe they'd start a fight if Taiwan tried to attack or anyone else did, but from an equipment and doctrine perspective they're best prepared to defend the Chinese mainland rather than project force. You combine that with Taiwan basically being an angry hornet's nest a hundred miles from land and you get the current situation where China is going for the long haul diplomatic victory for reunification rather than taking it by force. We're still a while out from them getting pissed and trying to just take it, strictly from a game theory perspective that move doesn't make sense unless they had no other choice. There's still other choices.

China mostly just wants to be respected on the international stage, the wolf warrior diplomacy is no different than how some American politicians do Chicago politics it's just on a bigger scale.

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>> No.56201760

take a guess as to how I knew it was commodities related.

hurry the FUCK UP

>> No.56201765

>americans after 20 years in the sandbox are allergic to foreign wars
You don't even understand America. Since 1776 we've only been at peace for a total of 17 years. Our single greatest export of all time has been our national treasure, and of course I'm talking about the American soldier.

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if you retards just bought puts youd be eating good this month

>> No.56201770

GSCI commodity index or something probably

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>> No.56201785

sold me bac puts at a nice 300% now what's on the table im thinkin carmax

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>> No.56201793

Teach us.

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>> No.56201797

>get into a hot war with your biggest trading partner
That's a special kind of stupid you have

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>> No.56201801

simpler than that
>only started gains in Q3
>every other asset type has been down since Q3
>doesn't trade options so long dated puts are out of the equation.
>sure as shit won't open a short position with margin if long options are too scary.
>probably not a forex trader if he fucked up options.

>> No.56201802

>And they would have 3 million more.
that have no ability to get there
>Taiwanese conscripts treat it like a joke and the generals are obsessed with meme weapons. 3 F-35's will do jack shit against a Chink zerg swarm.
they use f16s and a domestic fighter and have like 400 of them or something. It would be shooting fish in a barrel once the usa enforces a no fly zone
americans have never and would never fight a mass casuality war. They lost political support when 50k soldiers died in 20 years in vietnam, meanwhile 27,000,000 russians died in ww2. A war with china would likely cost the usa 3-4m men, which they would never have support for, certainly not to save some tiny irrelevant island. No, the way the usa will fight wars for the forseeable future is supplying the side they want to win and letting their enemy kill themselves trying

>> No.56201821

>fructose comes from fruits
sucrose and hfcs contain easily 10x by mass, you couldn't eat so much fruit that they make you sick or at least it is a challenge. With white sugar you pour over your goyslop: Not so much.

>> No.56201824

Ah. Perhaps I'm exaggerating to say it's impossible, but the China trade is rigged on both sides.
On one hand you've got permanent bagholders who think their ADRs give them any rights to an eventual payout. On the other hand, you've got permabears who think that these things being worthless means they should automatically trade in a straight line to zero, or that negative macro news will have an immediate negative impact.
The real winners are the manipulators in the middle selling vol, flipping both sides. The whole setup is a trap for outsiders.

As for Taiwan specifically, China has very little to gain invading. Bearish bets on TSMC may coincidentally pay off though.

>> No.56201827
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>once the usa enforces a no fly zone

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usa cant have hot war with china for the simple geographical reason that there is the largest ocean between them. you can send all the naval and air force and try landing operation it would be hilariously impossible task

>> No.56201842

nice reasoning, although I'm less scared of shorting than buying puts. Shorts don't collapse in value over time the same way options do if I time it wrong. You can buy puts of a stock that'll go down below the strike price over time but still make little to no money if it happens too slowly. I'm actually less inclined to gamble on degenerate options than shorting on margin. Fuck options, I am terrible at timing!

>> No.56201855

> t. SRS trannny mutilator and DRV driver chad up bigly

>> No.56201871

PYPL chads we're mogging the market today

>> No.56201879

im more retarded and gayer than most here

>> No.56201892

yeah I can definitely see the way that China always seems to be "imploding" from news and never really does. i'll let my YANG ride for a but, though

>Bearish bets on TSMC may coincidentally pay off though
is that just the economy everywhere being shit, or is there something to further be bearish on TSMC for?

>> No.56201971

>157k average volume
>7.8% yield

>> No.56202005

You're not mogging anything...

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