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>> No.13759441

>>13759392
Can fomo into otlk, yolo.

>> No.13759462
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that OP pic is very unbased.

>> No.13759463
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PROTIP
R
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I
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>> No.13759464

>>13759392

kys

>> No.13759466

LCI to $100!

>> No.13759509

What a day to oversleep...

Did anyone doubt that there was money to make on that Tesla dip? Or that CGC would rally on the news of a new CFO?

>> No.13759552

>>13759441
Going to fomo into otlk

>> No.13759564
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COMFY BULLS [email protected]

>> No.13759581
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POST COMFY BULLS

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>>13759564

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Actual photo of these past two weeks.

>> No.13759606

>>13759581
damn that looks comfy af. top bull

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>> No.13759626
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THREADLY REMINDER THAT DIVIDENDS ARE YOUR FREN

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>> No.13759636

MAX your IRA, then move on to other investment vehicles

MAX your IRA

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>>13759466
And the journey begins today.

>> No.13759688
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The newswires at 4:00 p.m. EST today.

>> No.13759690

is there any reason to buy short term bond etfs like BIL and SHV right now?

>> No.13759712

Requesting a non-faggot OP for next thread.

>> No.13759749

>>13759466
>>13759669
Yes yes yes

LCI to $100

>> No.13759755

>>13759712
guess that mean you wont be making it -_-;

>> No.13759797
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Getting REAL SICK of making mistakes and missing opportunities here!

>>13759712
>anime girl
>guro/torture
>OC
>hints at our non-trip, non-catchphrase regulars, our best regulars

Not seeing the problem here.

>> No.13759808

>>13759636
Can I buy OTC penny stocks in my Roth IRA at Fidelity?

>> No.13759828
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>>13759797
Ror! /smg/ posters are all the best posters!

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great trading

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7dcA_N6EmQ

>> No.13759835

>>13759808
Don’t know, but I did at schwab without a problem.

>>13759755
Teach me how to stop being such a shit at stonks plz. Then you can strangle me with piano wire or whatever, I don’t care.

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is that so

>> No.13759938
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>>13759392
Don‘t mind me I‘m just writing calls again.

>> No.13759957

>>13759915
>smug anime girl right before power hour

What does it mean? Oh no...

>> No.13759967

This was a fluke. We are going into a bear market as we speak.

>> No.13760008

Anyone else buying UVXY calls today on sale?

>> No.13760035

Why did the entire food sector crash today and ruin my PEP

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>>13759967
weakness hour

>> No.13760117

>>13760035

World hunger was solved by the Liberals crying. Didn't you see?

>> No.13760120
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Requesting soma.fm tier comfy songs to relax after work, smoke weed, and watch the market
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sOm6R9B-GM

>All in all it's just a start
>All we had was more than that
>All in all I can't go back
>To where we started out

>All in all it's just your fault
>Made me feel respect no more
>All in all I can't go back
>Blind my mind inside

>> No.13760157

>>13759392
The market will dump massively. "Trade wars are easy to win" lol, China won't give an inch in negotiations because the leadership can't show weakness to the populace. Either the "deal" will be half baked bullshit that leaves US worse off than before but allows a stock pump so that a few select people can exit, or we're dumping fast and hard.

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It used to be green... It was all green...

>> No.13760175
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Here it comes

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>>13760120
S-slipknot's new single song...maybe? :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpATBBRajP8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkzJh_iU4_I
amv summer song

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Everything is fine.

>> No.13760259
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comfy

>> No.13760343

>>13760213
>nothing high enough to sell
>nothing low enough to buy
What the fuck is fine about this?

>> No.13760351

Is NAK under valued or over valued right now? has it reached its bottom? Is this a cheapie for free gains?

>> No.13760356

S&P 500 painting a (bear) flag

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>>13760259
hes ready for winter

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Oh what? What even is this? If LCI fucking closes at opening price AGAIN I'm gonna sit and wait patiently.

>> No.13760395

These UVXY puts are fucking golden! Now that war with Iran has been cancelled we're going to new ATH's and UVXY is going to keep approaching 0!

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>>13760356
>>13760357

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Bought otm BYND puts today please dump fake meat

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Varus... Quinctilius Varus... Give me back my gains!!!!!!!

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TYSON FOODS DIP
Buyable? Is this only happening because tech is “okay” now, because of a 90 day reprieve?

Swine disease seems very bullish for Tyson, and they still haven’t revealed their meat alternative, right? All they ah e to do is announce a partnership with chipotle or McDonald’s for their fake meat and boom, bullrung?

>>13760395
>war be cancelled
Says fuckkng who? Last I checked we’de Still at posturing. They get into fighting grasshopper stance, we get into crane style, so they switch to monkey paw, etc.

>> No.13760535

>>13760477
You must be new here. They do this every summer lmao even when Obama was in office it was like clockwork. Every year at exactly the beginning of May they start posturing and banging war drums.

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>>13760477
Ror!
>war cancelled
>we now return to our regular scheduled programming
>up next: trade war. If you dont behave I'm going to cancel that too!

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Ahhhhhh! End of day LCI RALLY! GO GO GO! IM ALMOST IN THE GREEN!

>> No.13760764

>>13759938
When exactly did writing calls become cool? Or is it that everyone who writes calls became smug all of a sudden? I don't know. I wasn't aware that smg was all that into the concept until recently. Either way, it's always a good move.

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buy Kelloggs

>> No.13760807

>>13760764
Why is it always a good move? Peeps can buy your assets.

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Should I buy a September exp strangle and pray we either get a golden bull or massive apocalypse?

>> No.13760828
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Why is JWN pumping?

>> No.13760833

>>13760627
It will steadily head up long term with an 8%+ spurt every now and then. They can't keep it down forever when it's paying debts.

>> No.13760834

>>13760764
It's all fun and games until the calls moon and you need to buy them back higher or get cucked out of your preciouses

>> No.13760864

>>13760807
I'll sell you some AMRS $17.50 call with an exp 6/21 if you'd like. They're going for $10 a piece and I have 3k shares. That means I can put $300 in my pocket today and worst case scenario I have to sell my stock for 4x today's price next month. Either way you win, as long as the strike is above your cost.

>> No.13760906

>>13760864
Oh dang! I didnt know the premiums were that high!

>> No.13760909

Tried a phix. No longer certain about MO’s stake in Juul.

>> No.13760918

>>13760834
Yeah, but if you pick the right calls it's not a problem. I guess I should have said it's a good idea, as long as you know your stocks aren't going anywhere that fast. Just pick options that are way out of the money with a shorter exp. Sure, you don't get rich doing this, but it adds up if you're doing it regularly. Just make sure that you're making a smart bet and don't get greedy. When you follow that rule you'll generally make a profit off the sale anyway.

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>>13760414
meh, we're not super inflated based on price to earnings right now. could be less but there's still room for growth. earnings over the next few quarters will determine on whether or not I continue to shore more cash or continue to invest. there's always an undervalued company somewhere

>> No.13760979

Should I be holding NAK and LCI right now?

>> No.13760986

>>13760918
It is a nice feeling getting that cash up front, can't deny that. I only did it once with AMD and the calls I wrote mooned and it was sort of depressing.

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>>13760979
Yes on LCI. Cant speak on NAK. What's your cost per share?

>> No.13761037

>>13760979
LCI yes, NAK is and has always been shit
Will take decades for any profit to come out of NAK

>> No.13761038

what do you all think of AYX? good company?

>> No.13761110

What does it mean if a stock drops hard after earnings with a lot of volume on the selloff, then stays about the same with little to no volume for a week? I know it raises the IV a lot, but do you think thats a sign of recovery?
Ticker in question is SITO
Any TA fags will be rewarded with good vibes

>> No.13761141

>>13761037
>Will take decades for any profit to come out of NAK
Pssst. You wanna hear a secret? It never will. The Pebble Deposit is a political landmine.

>> No.13761160

>>13761110
No. Means peeps bailed. Nasdaq deficient. Was that there before?

>> No.13761191

>>13759626
any dividends you prefer?
any good cheap ones or just stick to divi aristocrats?

>> No.13761199

>>13761191
NRZ

>> No.13761228

>>13761199
thanks!

>> No.13761255
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Would you retards with NBRV calls get stronger hands? There's zero reason these long calls should be trading at 68-70 cents, yet fags are still selling.

Get a grip, it makes my portfolio look shitty.

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Ding ding ding! How did everyone do today? I'm up .51%, not great but alright. I did p good yesterday, flipped my UVXY at open while hungover in my hotel room. Told you SPY would gap down a little. I'm back from my trip, unfortunately it wasn't a vacation like the substitute dinger said yesterday; it was pretty sad and disturbing. On the bright side I get to go on a real vacation to San Fran this weekend!
I was also unsurprised to hear movie night was a failure, I probably won't be able to host it this Saturday either so good luck! What a long blogpost, I'm going to snuggle under covers and read comics; it's all rainy and cozy here.

>> No.13761263

>>13761191
i'm partial to dividend growth stocks. Visa (V), Illinois Tool Works (ITW), Microsoft (MSFT), Apple (AAPL), Cisco (CSCO), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) and Proctor & Gamble (PG). Those are some of my core stocks.

>> No.13761278

>>13761160
They aren't nasdaq deficient; they're above 1.00 and have 28m mkt cap

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>>13761262
ez clap. Sell calls anons

>> No.13761295

>>13761160
With that being said, I just bought 8000 shares LOL I'm a fucking monster. Incoming moon mission or an hero

>> No.13761303

>>13760437
What was the premium on that? You paid top dollar I bet dumbass

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>>13761262

Packed in +$1,500. Currently retracing a (-$9,000) pullback from two weeks ago when I re-entered the top right before the international dick-measuring contest began.

>> No.13761313

>>13761255
I ken that feel, laddy.

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>>13761262
Up 10 percent because I caught the BSV pump in Robinhood, but would be up 15 or 20 percent if people would stop shaking out the weak hands in NBRV.

I'm really not in any other stocks in my swing trading folio. My dividend folio is still down sadly. Waiting for a better re entry into the stock market for the time being.

>> No.13761331

>>13761278
Schwab says deficient. May be delisted

>> No.13761339

WHAT THE FUUUUUUUCKKKK!!!
I got stoplossed out of KBLB this morning and didn’t even realize. Lost at least $1K. I’m so fucking sick of losing and losing and losing. I feel sick.

>>13761199
DOUBLE DUBSSSS!!!

But why’d you stop prefacing with “this is risky”? Just assume everyone knows stocks shilled here are risky?

Been looking at JQC tbdesu...

>> No.13761359

>>13761331
yeah but that wouldn't be announced for like a month would it? They only just had earnings drop 50% of their value

>> No.13761360

>>13761339

See

>>13759463

>Patience is a virtue, Anon.

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>>13761339
My bad.

>>13761228
Hey you, this could be risky. May lose principal bla bla bla. High divvies tho.

>> No.13761373
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Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) reported quarterly earnings of $0.23 per share which missed the analyst consensus estimate of $0.43 by 46.51 percent. This is a 54.9 percent decrease over earnings of $0.51 per share from the same period last year. The company reported quarterly sales of $3.349 billion which missed the analyst consensus estimate of $3.57 billion by 6.19 percent. This is a 3.46 percent decrease over sales of $3.469 billion the same period last year.

Thanks for the tip Shot Caller.

>> No.13761377

>>13761262
San fran sucks, I hope haight ashbury burns down

>> No.13761392

>>13761262
Up 3.5%
It's much easier to make big money on red days

>> No.13761393

>>13761313
>I ken that feel, laddy.
Man, I have a new strat. I'm gonna put up a sell order of 1/3 of my calls at the 95 cent mark, and then rebuy when dipshits tank it back down. Might as well. I can stand to walk away from a third of my positions and still catch a moonshot in August. Might even put it towards buying shares instead just in case August goes sour, idk.

>> No.13761398

>>13761262
I'm still fighting on the line
you know how it is
'up' today by a couple hundred bucks but we'll see

>> No.13761424

I FUCKING TOLD YOU TO LOAD UP ON JWM PUTS YOU FAGGOTS WHO LISTENED TO ME???

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>>13761262
Flat as pancake.

>> No.13761477

>>13761141
Are you the anon with a geologist friend? remember you talking about it never happening

>> No.13761480

>>13761424
I did. Thanks fren

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Bros, srs question. I see a lot of Robin hood, but only seen other brokers mentioned once in a blue moon? I use Schwab. Anyone else use Schwab? Who uses Ameritrade, fidelity, and etrade? Or if anyone here uses big players?

>> No.13761511

>>13761486

Fidelity Investments (tm) reporting in.

>> No.13761514

>>13761262
Up 1.19% on the day, but slightly red for the year. Once LCI goes green for me, I'm pretty much all in the green.

>> No.13761529

>>13760966

Checked and respect.

>> No.13761530

>>13761359
What was said on the earnings call? That's probably going to answer all of your questions.

>> No.13761544

>>13761339
It happens, I lost a 1k in LCI. Sometimes it's better to be patient but not with dumpster fires like LCI. Bag holders are going to get Yeeted on by shorts.

>> No.13761570

>>13761262
>day
>week
>month
>year

meaningless
all that matters is overall returns

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>>13761377
Not if you’re Chad enough to join a polyamorous commune and end up cucking every man in the joint, getting yourself a harem of big titty goth gfs, artsy qts, and stinky hippy gfs.

At least, that’s what I’ve heard.

>>13761424
I asked you for your thesis and you never answered... I don’t understand options and I don’t trust TA, how do I know you’re not just LCIguy without his trip?

>>13761360
I can’t afford to wait until I’m 80 to make it... and now I’m in the red :(

>>13761486
I too use Chucky the Killer Schwab

>>13761262
What comics? I’ve been out of the game, every time I get up to present in a series, I drop it and forget what happened, making it really hard to pick it back up. Dropped Y the Last Man in 2008, Walkkng dead and I Am A Hero in 2013, etc. Still working on Berserk tho.

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>>13761486
most of my net worth is in PNC wealth management, you can get a pretty nice rate depending on how much money you have.
But for amounts say, 5-7 figures, I'd go with Vanguard or Schwab for an investing account (and then maybe 10% of the total investing amount in RH to play with)
RH is fine for up to 7 or 8 figures depending on what you're doing with it, and only if most of your money is in a more traditional account type.
If the only money you have is under 100,000 and you're in the US, just use Robinhood, Schwab, or Vanguard and don't worry about it

>> No.13761614

>>13761570
one month, two years, 30 years.... how about im doing none of them?

>> No.13761646

>>13761577
Give me a few and I’ll explain the SQ and SNE plays I’m at work SNE is a bit riskier than SQ but should be a small gain
I want to make my friends money!

>> No.13761649

>>13761477
Yeah, so keep in mind that I'm hearing this second hand and haven't done any real research of my own. He worked with the oil companies up there, but worked for a firm that handled both oil and mineral deposits. According to him, the guys that worked in minerals all swore that nothing would ever be done at the Pebble Deposit due to the infrastructure demands and the impact they would have on the wildlife in the area.

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>>13761570
pretending you don't reply to the dingdonger when GALT is up 1%
by the way can you pump GALT this week


LCI is clapping those cheeks. Index collapsing back towards the 0.6 level
I would bet on a momentum reversal next 4+ trading days (GALT outperforms LCI)
but the last few days, damn

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>>13761586
RH up to 8 figures??? What if someone had a jillion dollars? Asking for a fren.

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>>13761577
I'm rereading the kabbalah part of Promethea again, maybe finna read some Transmetropolitan too
>>13761614
Hey Moon > Cop Killer, AS was right to change it

>> No.13761787

>>13761698
I would cap RH account at 10M, and that's only if you have 200M+ managed by other people and you're just phone-gaming it
That's a pretty nuts-out zoomer move, every nerd on here will push up their glasses and say, 'no, um, excuse me, put it in a different broker' but that's why those people are nerds. just don't be dumb and it'll all be fine

if you have very little money, it doesn't matter where you put it, as long as you don't lose a bunch to fees and commissions, and you also can't buy dumb stuff and lose it gambling.
Well, the same rules pretty much apply no matter how much money you have.

hope it makes sense :^)

>> No.13761788

let's say I wanted buy up some dividends that are dirt cheap like ODP and EVX, would it be smart to build that up in order to receive juicy dividends or is it not realistic?

>> No.13761791

>>13761486
I use RBC in Canada. It's neither the cheapest or the best. I'm mainly sticking with it for convenience.

>> No.13761817

>>13761577
I hate punks, goths, hippies whatever you call these mutants. everyone in san fran is a massive asshole to tourists and all the shopkeepers are swindlers. Especially those faggots at 'Loved to Death' and 'Land of the Sun'
their homeless swarms are also disgusting compared to LA

>> No.13761843

>>13761787
10M for RH with 200M in professionally managed accounts?

You work in the industry anon? Or you have that money, and spend your days checking in on /smg/? All advice is appreciated!

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>>13759588
Not as bad as the international selloff in October and the FAANG panic and HSI doing much worse makes me a bit more happy anyways. This was a quick fix in Monday from US commerce dep after market closed. I was expecting it to be in the AMs but clearly they got spooked.

>> No.13761864

>>13761791
The cheapest and the most expensive options are usually both bad deals. You done good leaf.

>> No.13761874

>>13761674
GALT has been stagnant for a while because of the RO
We should get news soon after, it ends in a few days

>> No.13761905

>>13761674
Rights offering is almost ever. Galt will be a lot more interesting after the 23rd.

>> No.13761908

>>13761874
shoo shoo, you have to at least have 2k to post in /smg/

>> No.13761924

>>13761262
Up 2.71%.

>> No.13761927

>>13761908
I've got $10k in the markets. Can I vouch? I like frenulum.

>> No.13761928

We're all going to make it when AMRS becomes a multibillion dollar company right guys? Everyone has at least a small holding, right?

>> No.13761945

>>13761874
I respect GALT as a company, I believe their heart is in the right place.

Because of you I actually decided to buy 200 shares and just see what happens down the road.

I should however just stick to dividends though, it's the safest option for me at this point. I'm not as smart as you guys, staring at charts all day lol.

>> No.13761953

>>13761817
>our homeless are better than their homeless
Good to know, guess I’ll stick with Los Angeles then. Even though I’ll probably be homeless soon too, if the housing bubble keeps inflating.

I have no idea who loved to death or the other one is.

You see the new rankings of the states? I love cali, it did okay, but it got 49/50 for opportunity. I should probably look for somewhere else to build wealth, beautiful women are nice but since you have to be rich to live here, they expect you to be pretty damn rich and have your shit very together.

>> No.13761961

>>13761927
Seconded.

>> No.13761969

>>13761945
>smart
>staring at charts all day
Ror! Nobody tell him.

>> No.13761991

>>13761927
I used to like frenulum, but he’s gotten really smug. And when I give him good fatherly advice he accuses me of being comfy.

I just want our zoomers to end up better than our doomers.

>> No.13761993

>>13761945
Noice
I think those 200 shares will turn out well for you in time

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>>13761991

>> No.13762055

>>13761788
If they are cheap, dirt cheap, then there's a reason. Stay away. Now if it's like a Dip, then by all means, strike while you can. But if it stays like that well your better off looking else where.

Why? Cause the company may be in trouble. Divvy Slashing is a favorite pastime to try to fix financial issues. Some times it works, other times it's just putting off the endgame; company goes bankrupt.

>> No.13762062

>>13761674
>that clean trendline
>that diamond structure
huh, so TA really is bullshit?
or maybe this is like psychological TA or something

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>>13761843
nah, my RH account is ~32k right now. My managed assets portfolio is significantly larger, but that's family money. Basically I only spend or make investment decisions with money that I've worked for.
I don't work in finance, I'm an engineer right now.

I'm just saying as my RH account continues to grow, I don't plan to limit its size until it reaches a noticeable fraction of my total NW. At that point I'll probably implement some kind of quarterly or annual re-balancing where I can channel money into the larger accounts.

I'm a boring person. I don't really spend money, I just make it and save it :-(

>> No.13762087

>>13761953
If you want to be homeless, Anaheim is the place to be, its like family.
Inner city LA and hollywood is so unbelievably bizarre. trust me, you wont be able to handle it. its like really weird

but only Rural california is a good place to live normally, its just ranches, wine country, comfy deserts/forrests ect. Im leaving for Kansas/Nebraska for the tornado dream

>> No.13762144

>>13762064
Oh I see. Makes sense. Also
>family
I sometimes forget. Most of us are single here, or rather, no wife no kids. Pretty neat we have a family man in the bunch.
>no spend just save and make
Me too anon. I spend my moolahs on scotch and cigars. Have wine with dinner, steak 4 times a week at least. The rest of my time and efforts is spent on music and making more money. You're not alone.

>> No.13762186

>>13762144
Wife and 4 kids checking in. Supposed to be working right now (I work from home) but actually just shit posting and hiding from the chaos.

>> No.13762205

>>13762087
Being homeless or rural isn’t going to get me a qt K-town or J-town gf tho...

>> No.13762225

>>13761646
I will give you a few.

I hear PayPal gonna pull back soon...

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>>13761945
If you are consciously taking safe decisions you are definitely smarter than the average /smg/ poster, don't be so hard on yourself.

For every poster you see in the threads bragging how much they made that day there are a couple owning up to their losses and a whole lot of silence :)

>>13762062
I 100% just do TA for funsies
I would suggest only doing it for fun
Find some company or a few companies that you have never heard of.
You want companies with a decent amount of price movement, not super-correlated to the broad stock market, and a company that you've never heard of (so you don't have bias).

Alternatively, do something like the GALT/LCI index where you take completely disconnected tickers and put them together with whatever mathematical construct you want. This will give you some weird 'pure' chart that no one else is looking at (no one else has ever seen, even).

Then, just ahve fun with it. Draw lines and check back after a month and see if it followed any behavior that you previously predicted.
Do it with one new stock or multi-stock combo every day. Then after 30-120 days check the one that you did that period ago, so you have a rolling stable of wank predictions to check, and see what % of directional or level predictions come true
it's all fun :)

>>13762144
no wife, no kids
by 'family money' I mean money from previous generations that will be passed to future generations. No one spends it, it's just kind of 'there'. I'll add in my contribution. Right now it's my imaginary chunk of the global economy :)

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>>13761945
You will make it, fren.

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rate this image for /smg/

>> No.13762489

>>13762205
being a rural califronian will get you anything you desire, theyre literal cowboys

not sure whyd youd want to deal with Chinatown or Korea, these are some of the most eerie places on the planet. If you go to these places during the twilight hours, youll feel very disturbed. its like post apoclyptic, and the people are very cold

>> No.13762522

>>13762250
>by 'family money' I mean money from previous generations that will be passed to future generations. No one spends it, it's just kind of 'there'. I'll add in my contribution. Right now it's my imaginary chunk of the global economy :)
No one spends it? What's it there for then? I'm 100% with you on generational money, and I don't know how much you're talking about here, but at a certain point wealth is for spending and enjoying. Have you considered spending some of the divs on yourself? Buy a nice (but not crazy expensive) car? Take a vacation? Upgrade to a better house/do some light remodeling on the one you already have? Trust me, as someone who comes from a wealthy family, this stuff isn't just a status symbol and a waste of money. It's investing in yourself. Nothing should be extravagant but everything should be how you want it.

>> No.13762538

>>13759466
is this actually happening?

t. been holding these faggot bags for what feels like years

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This is why I tell people NEVER listen to stocktwits or stock media in general
>hey buy my bags bro

>> No.13762667

Hmm, seems that AMRN's getting a Priority review date with the FDA soon (28th). If this date comes and goes w/no Green light then the next date is in june. Also they are looking to expand up north and overseas (europe) at eoy. I gather the approval process is rather different at those places, perhaps not as "strict", maybe?. Anyway they seem to be on the right track; getting the word out on the drug and how effective it is.

Hopefully the ass clowns at the FDA will stop being dumb asses and just give the greenlight on this already. The results speak for themselves (plus it's already approved for high risk brink of death people anyway).

If the FDA passes on this; well, some large corporation overseas will be mighty happy. They could say, fuck you, to the U.S pharma industry and buy AMRN cause they see the Profit staring them in the face.

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>>13762522
I'm proud that I bought my house and car myself.
I don't want an expensive car because I minimize my driving. I don't want an expensive big house, just more to pay on utilities and taxes

consumption is a false god. once I pay my fixed expenses, I don't have many variable expenses, so I put about half my paycheck (after taxes and other takeaways) into my Robinhood.

I think the 'just have fun bro, just spend money' is boomer talk. Actually I feel revulsion when I hear those kinds of things

Happiness is for other people. I work and I grow larger, stronger, less emotional, less connected to the society that surrounds me. I'd like to move away to the mountains somewhere once i make enough money on my own to retire. My main issue is what will I do with all the money if I don't have kids to pass it on to? would take a while to bury it all : /

>> No.13762714

>>13762667
>perhaps not as "strict", maybe?
Correct. FDA approval is so strict that many countries just double check their work and move on.

>> No.13762754

>>13762686
You're not as deep as you think you are. I'm not as shallow as you think I am. Happiness is for everyone. You don't grow stronger as you push society away. You're demonstrating your weakness, your inability to handle human interaction. Their "weakness" in your eyes is actually a strength, the ability to live without restraint. This needs to be balanced by reasonable decisions, that's all.

>> No.13762882

>>13762754
I don't think that buying things is 'investing in yourself'
that's some salesman BS

If I need something I buy it. I'm not going to buy things I don't need

When I hear that kind of thing I can just imagine 60 year olds with that empty headed smile on some vacation or another.

>> No.13762941

>>13762882
> I can just imagine 60 year olds with that empty headed smile on some vacation or another.
this, how could spending money ever make you happy? very little is needed to fulfill our material needs, the rest is a whole different thing.

>> No.13763033

People live most of their lifes as something thats inbetween cattle and dayflies, thinking that "feeling good" or "being happy" is what its all about. Although they don't really think to much, in a sentient way, they are just driven where the desires lead. And why would you want to? its horrifying to even try... i sure avoid it.

>> No.13763109

>>13762413
Change the images on the board to robinhood orders and pink wojak and we'll talk

>> No.13763127

>>13762941
>>13762882
Sorry, didn't realize we were all Calvinists here. It's not wrong to buy yourself things. It's wrong to finance gigantic boats to go fishing twice a year like a boomer, or to buy a McMansion for you and your dogs. Having a respectable home is not wrong. Buying a decent car is not wrong. Going through life without treating yourself to anything, while having the means to do so responsibly, isn't helping yourself. It's not. I live fairly frugally, but every once in a while I buy something for myself and it's not even something that I need! It's something that I like. I like guns. I just bought myself an LTT Beretta. It cost $1,200 dollars. I'll shoot it once or twice a month until I buy something cooler. Was that a good financial decision? No. But I can afford it. I've already maxed my 2019 IRA and made moves that will probably net me 6 figures by the end of the year. Hoarding all of that would just be another form of greed of its own. Like the dragon from the Hobbit, just sitting miserably on my bed of gold.

>> No.13763145

IS AYX A GOOD FUCKING COMPANY YOU STUPID FUCKHEADS ANSWER ME

>> No.13763166

>>13762489
Korea Town during the twilight hours is fine? People have already been waiting in line at Daikokuya for hours.

I haven't been to little Tokyo much, but I don't think the Japanese are the same as the Chinese, and I never said ChinaTown?

Problem is the good qt Koreans with family values and a bit of reverence to traditional values probably have no interest in a white guy. Probably like twinky types and want to marry rich korean dudes to please their parents.

Also generally disinterested in sex like Japanese women. Am I just brainwashed by the West into thinking a good sex life is part of a good life and a healthy relationship?

>>13762754
>>13762882
>>13763127
There are things that you can buy that ARE investments in yourself. Sometimes it's worth it to pay a little bit more and get a shirt that lasts longer and makes you look/feel better.

There is travel that really can broaden your mind and give you experiences that you will look back on and be glad you did it when you're too old to travel anymore.

There are worthwhile ways to spend money, and generally they're the opposite of how boomers and thots spend money.

Remember, buying a new car is one of the worst investment decisions you could ever make.

>> No.13763202

>>13763033
pottery

>> No.13763217

>>13762413
I like it. Looks fun. Novel. Good for advertising. Not good for OP.

>> No.13763348

>>13762413
I love it

>> No.13763374

5% of your portfolio should be December QQQ OTM puts as a hedge. Get low theta

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>>13762413
I like your can-do attitude and whimsical nature. But you can to more than add /smg/ to a stock picture of not an anime girl!

try just a little bit harder, like 7.3% harder for now.

>>13762522
Generational wealth is for emergencies, as well as "making money work for you/your progeny"
Imagine if your grandparents bought up all the land they could afford, and instead of selling it, just leased it out for years and years, and then passed it down to you. Would you just sell it and spend the money?

>> No.13763465

Any more hot picks from Shot Caller?

>> No.13763467

>>13763378
Me in the back

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>>13763378
>Imagine if your grandparents bought up all the land they could afford, and instead of selling it, just leased it out for years and years, and then passed it down to you. Would you just sell it and spend the money?


>implying your boomer parents wouldn't have already sold it to pay for crap
>while selling out your country, the entire developed world, the environment, a traditional society with strong institutions, etc.

(depending on how old your parent/grandparents are)

;^)

also that little girl looks to have made a tactical miscalculation to enter such an enclosed space. hope it all ends OK

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>>13761577
To answer
I call myself a stock psychologist I look at sentiment more than anything else(TA also as well as other helpful tips) but more over I follow sentiment. I’m in the trenches everyday looking at companies, finances, going to these brick and mortar companies and looking through websites of up and coming companies to review revenue and hits on their sites(subs, MAU’s so on) I know what people like. I know what people want and more importantly what people don’t want. I’ve given this board pearls and to those who’ve listened to me enjoy your gains to others still skeptical just look at JWN now and what you missed out on.
My call plays are for SQ and SNE, SQ consolidated around 63 and can only trend upward as it has, I made this call on Friday and if you listened you’d be in the green right now. SNE is a bit riskier but I feel that people are underestimating the Microsoft cloud deal they signed off on. Their financials look good and only got hit on bad trade sentiment and when people realize they aren’t affected much by China it should go up but that play I wouldn’t recommend for beginners.
If I get 10 (You)’s I’ll give you my next big money play otherwise I think my 2 calls should be giving some decent returns.

>> No.13763544

>>13761788
It’s funny you mention $ODP and $EVC
These two tickers pay my rent with their dividends, keep in mind I have a lot of shares..

>> No.13763580

>>13763540
SQ is coming down along with the indexes.

>> No.13763591

>>13763145
>http://www.tradingview.com
Why don't you look at their fundamentals and then do some research on their stock history? Hell in the amount of time you waited between asking and answering you could have become an expert on the company itself and made that decision for yourself.

>> No.13763604

>>13763544
EVC has a greater than 100% payout.

>> No.13763607

>>13763540
when do your calls expire?

>> No.13763634

>>13763604
oof..

>> No.13763642

>>13763540
You think sq it's going back up to $75?

>> No.13763748

>>13763540
What do you think about TSLA?

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>finally start earning enough money to put something aside every month
>it's the end of a 10 year long bull run

Just great.

>> No.13763793

>>13763748
TSLA already went down hard it won’t be breaking 200 anytime soon unless big gubment decides to fuck with Elon that’s my opinion though I don’t play with TSLA too wild
>>13763642
No, it’ll hover around 67-68 which is cash out time
>>13763580
I love when people think indexes matter
>>13763607
Calls for SQ May 31, SNE June 7 I play tight calls however I don’t like to be too long out of money far more risky for me and I don’t like losing money

Fuck jannies for banning me also I’m getting annoyed having to reset my shit and clear cookies

>> No.13763817

>>13762686
Based and money-monk pilled

>> No.13763820

>>13763793
thanks for the info bud

>> No.13763827

/SMG/, GIVE ME YOUR STRENGTH AND STORIES OF REDEMPTION!!

Up until now, I could tolerate my Robinhood losses, because it was just my playing around account, even thought it's currently down $671. After all, my Schwab trades were my "real deal" moves.

But today I got fucked by a stop loss trigger, sold at an insane loss that immediately retraced itself. Just looked at my realized gain/loss for my trading account on my Schwab account, and because of my stupid/fat finger error yesterday, my gains are now only $883. But that doesn't include my stoploss today, which I just added up to be a loss of $884.

So I've undone all the good moves I made, and now I'm in the read. OH FUCK that doesn't even include the unrealized GDOT losses of $584...

And it's even worst than that! The transaction history included some of the gains I already counted in my realized gains... oh fuck oh fuck...

On the bright side, Schwab keeps track of my transactions, and their gain/loss analyzer shows how many of my transactions were profitable! It's going to change tomorrow to give me a very good idea of how much I'm killing my savings!

It's very hard to tell how much my losses are shaping my account's performance when deposits mask losses.

>>13763465
He's at work, man. He asked us to give him a few.
>>13763481
Spoiler: it doesn't
>>13763540
Still don't like options compared to buying and selling stocks, too much of a beginner but I'll check out those calls.

>> No.13763850

>>13763793
>I love when people think indexes matter
Charts align.

>> No.13763866

>>13763754
This is the time to begin then. Learn about put options, watch to see how the market reacts, watch to see where the dips and bottoms are, and most importantly: Actually read and research the companies you want to buy stocks for. Bear markets are great opportunities to trade and earn. but only if you actually do some research, learn to to play the bear game, and don't react with greed and fear.

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>>13763827
I agree, don’t jump into things you don’t understand that’s a no bueno DYR and check the charts,option chain so on.
I don’t like losing money and I don’t like my friends losing money either.
Oh and just one more aside for nonbelievers. Remember PLUG? I was the one who shilled it I got tired of not being thanked for giving y’all gains so now I’m putting a trip/name

>> No.13763917

>>13763378
>Generational wealth is for emergencies
Generational wealth is measured in millions. What kind of emergency requires millions? Generational wealth is for the continued success of your families. Good educations, the ability to buy homes in 2050 when there are more people than roofs and financial security primarily. After that comes the ability to live the lifestyle that you believe your kids and their kids deserve, with the hope that they leave more than they take. That's what it's there for.
>Would you just sell it and spend the money?
No, and I never suggested that I would. I would consider taking a small portion of the proceeds of those leases for myself, after ensuring that the majority was reinvested. Invest more than you take from generational money, obviously. Never touching it is missing the point. It was left to you for a reason, for you to enjoy the proceeds of your families work. Leave more to your kids for that same reason.

>> No.13763962

>all biotechs are scams

https://www.forbes.com/sites/nathanvardi/2018/04/10/a-sixth-sense-for-biotech-has-made-joe-edelman-a-hedge-fund-star/

>> No.13763985

>>13763962
>all biotechs are scams
literally no one said that

You know about survivorship bias, don't you? Why the fuck would you post that? Might as well post that article about the millenial who's a millionaire from trading crypto.

>> No.13764014

Will I make any money buying VOO/SPY? I might need the money half a year from now.

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>>13763985
>Why the fuck would you post that?

not claiming most people profit in biotech, just that it's very much possible

>> No.13764073

>>13764014
any money that you will need half a year from now, put in a savings account or CD's or bonds, try and get 3%+ but at least 2%
rest in VOO/SPY

or if you're feeling risky, put 50% of what you need in the savings account/CD/Bonds and the rest in VOO/SPY

>> No.13764082

>>13764073
I'm just trying to see if I can recover a $280 loss from messing around with biotechs.

>> No.13764085

>>13759835
there no easy way for get good ;_;
just get alot of screentime with money on line and learn recognize emotions

>> No.13764093

>>13763827
Don't panic, sit down (away from your computer), and think about what you can do better. Don't call yourself names (stupid/dumb) and instead honestly tell yourself what you did wrong and make a plan for how you can improve.
Why was your stop loss placed where it was? Should you adjust your SL placement in the future?

Should you even have been in that trade to begin with? maybe you are overtrading/bad state of mind and should adapt a more patient and watching stance toward the market ?
You know better which questions to ask.

I have earned a lot of money, and lost more. I have made back my principal, only to lose it. While $671 might not be much, it is proof of your misstakes, and you should see it in terms of that.

If you have learned from your misstakes, that $671 is nothing. If you haven't learned anything, that $671 might as well be all the money you have, because you will lose it anyway.
>Schwab keeps track of my transactions
great that you make use of it! good luck with improving

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honestly all I can say is just buy K
kids are still running out the door with eggos in their hand, pringles in their lunchbox. 90% of households still eat cereal

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>>13764096
>90% of households still eat cereal

90% of households are wrong

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>>13764096
I like my GIS though

>>13764082
just suck 28 dicks
you want a free way to make money, then sure, buy SPY
but your money might not all be there in 6 months

>>13764093
good post
also losing money doesn't necessarily mean everything you know about stocks is broken.
we're DEFINITELY going through an interesting time where a lot of old rules don't work and you need to make serious adjustments in how you look for value.
It's not about being smart or being right. First focus on finding positions where your losses are limited
The easiest thing for most people to improve is your sell decisions. That's not the case if you're buying straight garbage (like going all in on options and high-beta penny stocks). But for most people, all you have to do is not sell low (as long as you're still certain of the long term viability of the stock)

>> No.13764221

>>13764096
I used to eat Kellogg's every day as a kid but I gotta tell you something... since they changed the recipe for the original corn flakes it turned into disgusting cornslob.
Now I only buy toasted muesli (for Americans that's granola).

>> No.13764255

>>13763827
Stop actively trading shit.

Identify value and hold it.

Sitting around worrying about tiny little price fluctuations that won't matter in the long run is rtard shit.

$800 is babybux.

Instead of trying to make $2 a day why don't you shoot for making thousands a year.

>> No.13764329

>>13764211
I would do that if I could ;o
I get that there's a risk it all won't be there but I might take that risk.

>> No.13764404
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>>13763754
*Look into my eyes*
*Crypto cash monies is the new stocks now*

>> No.13764431

>>13763827
I always view money I dump into the market as "spent". Even though it technically ain't till the value of my portfolio hits zero. This way if something fucks me over I'm prepared, mentally.

Also don't dump any money in unless your sure you won't need it for anything else. Car fucks up,water heater blows, shit like that.

Experiment with a small amount, place a few trades to get the hang of things first. You fuck up, hey no big deal. Better to lose $100 than 10k. Sometimes a loser stock can bring you gains later if it recovers. Somethings a sure thing can tank causing you pain. At the end it's all a big gamble. Back in the early days of Amazon, no one knew if it would survive or fail; lots of investors stayed away. Those who hung in made a shit load of money.

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>>13764093
>>13764211 (dubs!)
Thank you for your high quality and helpful responses.

I know I was playing with fire with a highly volatile pennystock, but I believe in the long term outcome of the company. Maybe I should just buy and HODL then.

I got spooked and thought the stoploss would help minimized my downside, but clearly I don't know what I'm doing with stoplosses. I would have probably bought more at that level if it weren't for the stoploss, and made myself some profits.

Where do you set stoplosses? (probably don't bother with penny stocks like that, but still) Down 2.5 Bollingers maybe?

>>13764255 (dubs!)
>$800 is baby bucks
maybe, but what's important is my rate of return, and if I'm getting -2%... well it's not going to be the good kind of compounding returns

>>13764085
Thank you bbgrl
I hope you find a lot of really disgusting tortureporn to keep you happy, and many perverts to fund your ERP.

>> No.13764492

>>13764211
>The easiest thing for most people to improve is your sell decisions.
This cannot be emphasised enough, even for a degenerate speculator. although in a different way. Then it's all about not getting greedy pr stubborn with positions that are turning south. Let your winners run sure, but moving the SL upwards is important.

And if youre crazy bastard and dont use a SL... You somehow have to internalize the process. You always have to some extent, there really is nothing stoping a sad soul from constantly moving his SL while he loses more and more money.

But a SL has psychologicl effect as a line in the sand, so please use them.
Every trade should be conditional, and when the conditions change (or never materialize) there should be no trade at all.

>> No.13764505
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>>13763754
>not being in a bull market means nobody can make any money

google the word "short"

>> No.13764524

>>13764460
Algos know where most of the stoplosses are set and will blow right through them. Do not set tight stop losses

>> No.13764552

>>13764505
Google the words "unlimited risk" shitlord

>> No.13764553
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>>13764460
>stoploss

man that's some nerd shit right there
the only time I set a stoploss on a company is if I don't care about it
And that doesn't happen too much

Like any TSLA I bought under 200 yesterday is getting sold under 196, that stock is like a wild wolverine.

but most stuff doesn't get sold until I think it's crap, I make a sell decision if it gets overbought, or uhhh... I dunno there might be other reasons but those are the main ones.

>> No.13764567

>>13764505
Shit, depending on your personality and your skillset a lot of people find making money in a bear market to be easier.

>> No.13764570
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>>13764211
GIS has better cereals, and the petfood
But, to compare the others
Toaster strudels versus poptarts? It should go to poptarts because of how it takes to heat them. Poptarts are quick to heat and can be eaten cold, So schools buy them

For chip snacks, Pringles far outweighs Bugles

>> No.13764628
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To me, AMRN, is pretty close to today's "Amazon". Lots of upside, very little down. This is the latest Price Target. As noted even the low point gives you a nice Profit outcome. To say nothing of the top end. A buyout would double your Profit.

So you got 400 shares. The stock hits $51 per. The buyout deal happens. Your looking at $40,800.00 in Profit. Say it lands around mid point $35ish. Still your looking at making $28,000.00.

>> No.13764648

>>13764570
This is a disgusting concoction of cardboard and sugar. Even buttered toast tastes better than this shit

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>>13763827
sell covered calls on ur holdings, for real man. You're gonna get a lot of shitty advice in /smg/, penny stock shillers, crypto shillers, valueless stonks, and dividends that don't pay out often enough. The ONLY way to make it consistently is to reduce your cost basis on stuff you already own.

>> No.13764682

>>13764648
When you're on a low carb diet literally nothing tastes better than buttered toast. And I haven't craved cereal in decades.

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>>13764570
OK you forgot about the king of snacks (IMO): original Gardetto's. from GIS.

For cereal I actually only eat Quaker Oatmeal Squares and Post Great Grains (Blueberry Mornings, Banana Nut Crunch, Cranberry Almond Crunch)

(quaker Oats owned by PepsiCo, owns Gatorade lol. POST is its own company)


I don't eat petfood, so I'll ahve to take your word on that one

>> No.13764706

>>13764679
you don't actually own any of the AMD you're holding, tho, you're borrowing it
I also agree that writing covered calls is a reliable strategy, tho

>> No.13764759

>>13764679
I only have enough Kroger and GreenDot right now to write calls on. And it looks like the bottom is in for both of them, Kroger getting upgraded means real upside potential. Also GDOT seems okay hovering around here, but also saw and article recently OKing buying this downbeat stock. Could explode higher if they announce a renewel of their Walmart contract.

How would I go about selling calls for these?

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>>13764689
IMO this is best

>> No.13764827
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>>13764759
KR and GDOT have lower IV obviously, so I'd sell strikes that are father out in time and farther away OTM. July 19 on both KR and GDOT have ok premiums on the $27 and $55 strikes respectively, and both require >13% moves to get called away, so you have a pretty good chance of keeping the shares too.

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>>13764689
My supermarket doesn't have the newest great grains® flavor

ALso I really DOn't like the new Gardetto's bag style it is clearly worse than the old one
Chex mix belongs in the dumpster if you've ever tasted gardettos
Also the Gardetto's spin-offs can eat a dick, original or nothing. I didn't even put them on the image.

I should have saved some of the old style Gardetto's bags so I could buy the new ones and put the bag in the other bag, to get the old school snacking experience
damn zoomers ruin everything the OLD BAG was FINE
they probably fucked with the mix too, I swear the new gardetto's are like 1%-5% less delicious than the old kind

>> No.13764914
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So how do I profit off of the upcoming war?

>> No.13764927

$VTVT gonna moon soon

>> No.13764935

>>13764827
One problem with selling calls I'm having is that if you have under 10k, you are going to the up going balls deep in one stock
You're ballsy for doing that with AMD but I'm not willing to do it with current pricing because I'm poor
Maybe after everything crashes I can accumulate 100 shares of something

>> No.13764944

>>13764914
Buy $PSN

>> No.13764959

>>13764914
Watch major tech firms and defense contractors. Their stocks move based on contract awards and tech stocks move in response to new innovations as a result of warfare.

>> No.13764994

>>13764935
This is true, but remember that if the stock goes down you keep the premium and get to write more. If the stock goes up you sell the stock and keep the premium, and usually at a profit. Unless you're already in the red on the stock that you're writing contracts for it's win-win. It may not be as big of a win as you could have had but you're not falling behind.

>> No.13765015

>>13764914
Hope nobody dies (other than the Terrorist fucks) but bring it on! I wanna bag cheapies again!. Soon so soon cheapies here I come. T falling to under 30 per would be nice again.

>> No.13765022

>>13764935
Yea, I'd be fairly concerned if AMD takes a drastic hit out of nowhere, which is certainly possible. I am rather confident that it is currently stealing market share from intel, nvidia, and micron, so I'm not too worried about it in general. Amd obviously has a pretty good history too, with no major scandals or fuck ups.

If AMD did show signs of trouble and started slipping over time, I'd most likely sell credit spreads on it in addition to the calls with any leftover cash I have. A sudden drastic drop would definitely hurt though. I'd get to keep the shares though and be able to write more calls in the case of a downturn too so not all hope would be lost.

>> No.13765037

>>13764994
What happens if it goes way up??

>> No.13765053

>>13764935
>I'm having is that if you have under 10k, you are going to the up going balls deep in one stock

the only thing I have a problem with is that he bought all the AMD with money he got on margin

>>13765037
the calls get executed and the person who bought the calls buys your shares from you

>> No.13765059

>>13765037
Well that kinda sucks, but then you just get your strike price for the stocks when it expires and you still have the premium.

>> No.13765083

>>13763827

A word on using stop losses: they require more active attention than you might expect. For instance, if you are running a pretty tight stop on a swing trade you need to (or I prefer to anyway) keep a close eye on that stock's volume to see if allowing that stop to trigger makes any kind of sense. For example, I will allow a tight stop to trigger as planned only if there is some meaningful volume behind the sell off. If it's only a couple brokers dumping shares for some reason, I know that's just going to bounce so I will remove the stop order. I also frequently cancel most or all stop loss orders I had prior to opening bell. Reason for that is the first 30-60 minutes of the trading session is retard hour where things fly all over the place and candle wicks can briefly dip below a defensive stop for all of a couple minutes.

For blue chips and index positions, I generally use moving averages to set stops rather than putting it at the ostensible support based on past chart movement. These tend to get defended more strongly than any particular support level. Mostly the 50 day and 200 day SMAs.

>> No.13765105

>>13765053
Margin isn't a big deal, maybe if you weren't such a pussy you'd buy more than $500 of GALT with it
>>13765022
I'm super autism about doing diversification, and most good dividend growth stocks are already over $1000. Good luck with your AMD fren, I was thinking of just waiting for a China crash and buying IQ and farming calls on it the rest of my life
>>13764994
True. I can just imagine a stock gapping up 10% and being limited to 5% gain because of the call lol

>> No.13765154

>>13765105
>being limited to 5% gain
I know, I hate this. I've been called a couple times on options that I wrote. Ever since then I've been selling way otm options and it's cut into my gains, but it's all about compounding anyway.

>> No.13765326

>>13765105
>GALT
Buy my bags!

>> No.13765332

Hmm, cost to buy 196 T shares would be $6,400 ish. I got 8k left in the bank. I could loan myself the funds. Then once I got my Profit from AMRN pay myself back (40,800.00)

But that would leave me exposed if something should fuck up. Not much cash left. Plus while I'll make Profit from AMRN there's no way to know exactly how much.

I already owe myself $14k. (Funds to buy AMRN and pay off debt)

Fuck, this is hard. I don't wanna screw myself.

I'd owe myself a total of $20,400 (AMRN/Debt + T shares). Which if AMRN got the most Profit I'd have left an exact $20,400 to stuff in the bank after paying myself back. But that's only if AMRN got the most Profit return.

>> No.13765365

>>13765332
Fuck off boomer. AMRN is going to tank and you better live stream your suicide

>> No.13765415

>>13764784
Thanks for the tip /smg/ I fucking love Great Grains, have a box of Cracklin Oat Bran I'm gnawing my way through atm as well

>> No.13765602

https://www.axios.com/newsletters/axios-media-trends-1245102a-65f3-4dc4-8b50-2b7e6cfc5d30.html


man I think casual sports betting market could be pretty huge
Time to make some investments

>> No.13765678

>>13764120
It's like hard and liquidy cake for breakfast

>> No.13765702

>>13764552
Baidu tah werd "put" desu

>> No.13765715

>>13765602
How is the companies performance?

>> No.13765812
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China gonna crash the markets with no survivors tonight, hope y'all loaded up on leveraged bear funds

>> No.13765886
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>>13765812
Spiders will save us

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Nobody wants to read your diary of terrible positions and stupid questions. Just give us more Shot Caller plays

>> No.13765971

>>13765937
Buy $FNMA or $FMCC it's coming out of conservatorship 1st half of next year. Big news already moved both stocks 15% in two days.

>> No.13766010

>>13765971
MBB good enough?

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>>13764096
m-me could get behind green bean... and.... m-macaronii.... and bowling ball.... but corn flakes?

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>JWN after hours

>> No.13766453

>>13761199
The next payout is not till near july. Hold off on buying and see if it drops before than.

>> No.13766581

>>13766077
Oh shit. Haven't seen you in a year. How have you been Megirl?

>> No.13766673

>>13765886
How many times will I keep going back to the same fire that burned me...

>> No.13766687

>>13762186
What do you do and how do I get there

>> No.13766720

>>13763540
(You)

>> No.13766740

>>13766010
no idea... FNMA & FMCC coming out of conservatorship is a >big deal< those stocks paid a fat dividend... shares were worth 40-$60 in their glory days pre-2008

Read here:
https://www.gurufocus.com/news/881933/bill-ackman-comments-on-fannie-mae

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>>13766581
g-good s-still dying, lungs hardly work O_O
am on incredible winning trade streak ATM tho

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>>13767054
Have you embraced your Lord and savior and bought LCI?

>> No.13767114

Is it a good idea to sell everything I own, take out all cash advances against all lines of credit, throw it all into the markets, and live forever re-NEET-ed in a tiny home with vidya?

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>>13767114
Do it

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>>13767114
yea sure why not. I mean, what's the worst that can happen?

>> No.13767376

>>13767220
>>13767307

I’m quitting my job tomorrow, guys.

>> No.13767419

>>13767376
what job ya got?

>> No.13767604

>Finally have money but extremely paranoid
i'm tripping fucking balls, im just staring at it out of paranoia of losing it immediately

>> No.13767615

.... It have just come to my attention that the official reason for American government to ban Huawei was their exporting of sanctioned products to Iran, i.e. same reason with ZTE and also the same reason why their founder's daughter get caught at Canada:
American government press release: https://www.commerce.gov/news/press-releases/2019/05/department-commerce-announces-addition-huawei-technologies-co-ltd
If true, then the likely cause for this is that, last time when ZTE was caught with same offense, they was given a chance to revive by handing evidence they have their hands on about Huawei, because ZTE followed Huawei's model when they deal with Iran so they collected tons of evidence about the dealing. Those evidence get ZTE released from American sanctions, and at the same time it caused Huawei to fall into this position that ZTE used to be in.

>> No.13767671

>>13767054
What do you mean your lungs hardly work?

>> No.13767736
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>>13767671

>> No.13767769

>>13767090
>>13767054
also GALT

>> No.13767810

>>13767736
Aha. Right when I was in the middle of shit going sideways.
Anyways, KPG, I understand. I hope they manage to cure your leukemia. IDK what the current research is on Lupus, only that you can expect 40 years with it. But still. My heart goes out to ya.

>> No.13767835

>>13759626
how do I into dividends? new to investing, want to collect at least $1,000 a month for doing nothing.

>> No.13767836

>>13767114
I'll join you

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>>13767090
>>13767054
>>13767769
also MRKR, the company that's likely going to be my GALT 2.0

>> No.13767888

>>13767835
Invest in stocks which offer dividends. Basically that's it. Look at the total dividend payout and frequency, then do the math. It's a shaky investment strategy, but it is possible to invest and reap an overall profit on dividends.

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>>13767835
Sell 70 XXII $2 covered puts at .15. Repeat every month.

>> No.13767972
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>>13767736
thats the old RKG, there have been 4 or 5 new ones since that post was made

>> No.13767983
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>>13767961

>> No.13767993

>>13767972
I think every rkg is the same person

>> No.13768011

>>13767961
>>13767983
based and options writerpilled

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>>13767983
>Commission: 43.95

>> No.13768095

>>13767983
>Put options.
I still don't know enough about puts to be profitable in using them myself.

>> No.13768139

>>13767983
yes and what happens if you get assigned and lose half your money

>> No.13768156

>>13768095
Put options give you the right, not the obligation, to sell lots of 100 shares at a certain strike price in exchange for paying a premium.

He took the opposite of that.

>> No.13768289
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13768289

Who here /mlp/ master race?

>stable and growing cash flows
>tax benefits
>resistant to price shocks in oil

>> No.13768301

>>13767835
Sooner you start the richer you'll get and the less upfront seed capital your gonna need to get the ball rolling. ex: you start at age 20. You let drip work till age 65. You'd need only a fraction of seed money that some dude who's 40 would need to get the same amount of income.

>> No.13768367

>>13768139
If puts exercise, I then just write some calls. Collect premium. Calls exercise. Write puts. Etc.

Only do this with stocks you don’t mind holding in case price doesn’t go your way. Only way to make money is by taking risks so...

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>>13767993
No you don't, you choose to suspend your disbelief because RKG is kino. Man, your cognitive dissonance is going to be a real problem for you once you graduate college and enter the real world.

Please talk to kids your age and try to form a friend group before your social disabilities completely isolate you. You're in for some rough years if you don't.

>>13767861
I'm proud of you that you're starting to diversify though! It's not a bad thing to have a core competency in one type of trade.

>>13767972
>the artist was sued to death for his violation of Disney's copyright
Imagine having to sell your blood to pay for Disney's legal fees incurred from suing you...

>>13767054
What anime/manga good for that feel when failure trading and not very good at the rest of life?

Good job on your winning streak, sorry about your constant pain. I hope LPTX can help cure you one day, hang on until then! GAMBATTE!

>>13767615
Is that you, TaiwanAnon? Thanks for the info!

>>13767307
Seen this image countless times, never noticed brown m&m's in the corner. :3

>>13768301
Still better to buy the dip than the rip.

>>13765886
Fuck it, I'm gonna wait for this to get .13 and then just fucking buy and hodl.

>> No.13768426

>>13768367
Plus I’m doing this with ~5% of my portfolio. Most of it is in 3monthly CDs as I’m trying to catch higher interest rates.

To make it in this game, it’s all about managing your risks and making steady games. Going all in with 100% of the portfolio is what kills ppl

>> No.13768522

>>13768373
>I hope LPTX can help cure you one day, hang on until then

LPTX isn't developing any of their drugs for that indication (leukemia)
Different kinds of cancers are essentially different diseases

>> No.13768541

if i buy $1000 worth of SPY every month will i make it

>> No.13768568

Crazy to me that doctors still use chemo for cancer patients with all the advances being made in IO and gene therapy on the biotech front
I guess it'll take a while for these technologies to actually become commonplace

>> No.13768657

>>13768541
If you have 1000 bucks to throw at long term investments every month youre probably in pretty good shape either way

>> No.13768662

>>13768522
I wouldn't underestimate Leap, who knows what they'll tackle in the future!
>>13768568
Different kinds of cancer are essentially different diseases, sometimes different methods of treatments are necessary.

Would you like to see my linear accelerator?

>> No.13768681

loaded up on some TEVA puts
wish me luck!

>> No.13768687

>>13768662
>Would you like to see my linear accelerator

Sure, why not

>> No.13768724
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>>13768373
>>Imagine having to sell your blood to pay for Disney's legal fees incurred from suing you...
there is no need to imagine, if you want to visualize the power that disney's legal team has...

>>13768568
chemo is still a fantastic way to kill cancer cells, always has been, its main problem is that it kills non-cancer cells too

its an easy way to damage cancer cells that doesnt involve burning a hole through you or cutting a hole into every part that has cancer

also as
>>13768662
said,
>>Different kinds of cancer are essentially different diseases, sometimes different methods of treatments are necessary.
heck two forms of the same "cancer" can be caused by two different diseases

general rule of thumb is: cancer=uncontrolled cell division
and usually there are more mutations in the genes of cancerous cells besides the celldivision functions

>> No.13768755
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Confess

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>>13768755
I may be overweighted on a certain stock.

>> No.13768863

>>13768819
jesus dude. You realize the semiconductor industry is cyclical...right?

>> No.13768866

>>13768755
I unironically read Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha

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>>13768755 (Dubs! wooh!)
I am being very fat and lazy and eating too much and keep putting off going to the gym... I'm going to go.. NOW!

I sold all my spider silk stonk at great personal cost.

I-I sold more than half of my position in Disney.
I also sold my Apple at 206 and didn't buy back in at 180!

I'm so sorry Morty Mouse! I'm so sorry Tim! (I still believe in you too, Spiderman...)

>> No.13768907

>>13768819
That's going to be a yikes from me dawg

>> No.13768934

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>>13768929
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>>13768929
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>> No.13768949

>>13768934
WAIT 6 GODDAMN POSTS
You're fucking over those of us who posted later in the thread, and it's not necessary. Limit is 310.

I do like that quote though, very based and redpilled.

>> No.13768978

>>13768934
>>13768949
Here pal, I'll get you one step closer to the bump limit.

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>>13768949
wasnt sure if rkg was prepping to post for the 300th post or not, no rush to migrate

>> No.13769031

>>13761263
Cringe.

>> No.13769156

>>13760986
If you're writing AMD calls right now, you're retarded. I'm buying as much as I can, and they're cheap, too.

>> No.13769244

>>13769156
Do you see what is happening with Heuwai right now? They just told google to go fuck themselves, because they already stole all the IP they need and they can now sell their own android phones around the world without google.

The Chinese government owns the most important IP that AMD produces. Their biggest chance at making it, the EPYC, can be instantly remarketed by the fucking Chinese government and sold to everywhere but the USA.

AMD is a day away from single digits bro. Not saying it WILL happen, but writing calls is a very reasonable thing to do when the risk is so dire.

>> No.13769387

>>13769244
>The Chinese government owns the most important IP that AMD produces
What the fuck am I reading?

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>>13769387
does he mean taiwan?

>> No.13769676

>>13769387
>>13769657
No I mean China you faggots. AMD was forced into a joint venture in order to sell to the Chinese government.

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