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december edition

List of popular brokers:

List of basic stock market terminology for newfags:

Free advanced charting tools:

Real-time market news:

Educational sites:

Best free stock screener (the tradingview screener is also good)

Premarket Data:

Earnings Report Calendars:

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these threads zzzz

Boomer Investing 101:

Options Markets 101:

Suggested books:

List of hedge fund holdings:

For Comfy:

Previous thread: >>13962021

>> No.13973270
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>SPY tests 270 tomorrow
We literally haven't even gotten the chinks come back yet

>> No.13973285

/NQ about to break 7000
all according to plan

>> No.13973288

Raise yo hands for the Trump-Tariff Triple Top, yo! Get that dip-buying fiat ready (but don't blow your load too early - we going DOWWWWN)!

>> No.13973295

The business media is already trying to put out fires saying China would like to resume talks. I'm not falling for that shit again. Fake news from the lame stream mainstream media.

>> No.13973315

Daily reminder that there is no alpha returns coming from stocks. Crypto is literally the only way to make it.

>> No.13973328
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Where's my pullback, I want to recharge my short shots

>> No.13973339
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>he updated the flavor text

<-what is name of this pattern

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>> No.13973393

That's what you call a boomer getting boom boomed up the poop shoot.

>> No.13973416

societal implosion
mass suicides
300% rise in fentanyl addictions
rise of violent militias annexing farmland
water shortages

>> No.13973429
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>posts self-fellating thread with trip on
>takes credit for the one correct prediction he's made in all his time on /smg/
>it wasn't even a contrarian prediction, only people still FUDing were ZeroHedge and the like

>> No.13973434

The "MAGA red" formation.

>> No.13973439

I am an immortal being

>> No.13973447
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sounds painful....

>> No.13973470
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Take away the makeup andddd......

>> No.13973473

That's the "it's 9/11 and we're on the 90th floor and the elevator is broken so we have to take the stairs down" pattern.

>> No.13973477

See ya at 1900 EOY.

>> No.13973480

Now add a bbc in

>> No.13973484

please my penis can only get so hard.

>> No.13973496
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You thought the trade war was bad? How about a little Syria Electric Boogaloo 2?

>> No.13973504
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/our guy/

>> No.13973516
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My friends, I tried to help you all out and I hope that some of you listened. -d

>> No.13973521

Srsly, where's my pullback. This was supposed to be battleground for control , why is it still down baka.

But my dude, I made more in stocks than holding or trading crypto in May. And that's including me going full retard against German index.

>> No.13973529
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please, we'll be crabbing down for at least the next decade
what you're going to see is ~flattish equity prices in USD during inflation. In boomer lingo, it's called a stagflation.

not everything is pumps and dumps, this time what we're looking at is a nice, gentle collapse

the Russian and Iranian reaction:
>Oh shit boys he told us to 'STOP' on twitter.. Well, that's it then...

>> No.13973539
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fixed ;_;

>> No.13973547
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RIP Uber

>> No.13973588

Where are we on defensive positions anons?
Mining has seen little uptake, hopefully still a chance tomorrow to secure some?

Commodity plays?
I don't want to short in this climate (see Trump) but I would like some defense

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>>13973235 (15 minutes after this post, the Don decided to whip out the ICBM's on twitter)
>>13973144 (dubs!)
>>13973188 (also, dubs.)
>Israel gets hit by an (errant?) missile from syria
>announces strikes on military targets
why are we just letting Iran do whatever it wants in there?

Yeah, obviously clownworld, but she's like 20, petite, and thin so she'd still be a cute little spinner without makeup.

But we're all used to makeup, photoshop, cosmetic surgery, perfume, deoderant, hair removal, bleached anuses, etc. It's an arms race that ensures disappointment on all sides.

I thought conventional wisdom is:
>Rising into earnings: sell
>Falling into earning: hold

hope you asked out that foreign broad. if not, tell her your best buddy Donald is sending you a free lambo, and watch those panties drop
t. the retard who sold his SDOW

>> No.13973638
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America, a nation literally under God, will rebound
after this gap fill finishes, hype will build around the fed meeting on 18th and we'll get that relief rally

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>Jawad and Myles

jesus christ who is naming these children
is Jawad supposed to sound like 'Jared' but retarded or should he be called 'Ja Wad'

I wasn't expecting the meme status of UBER, LYFT, and TSLA to be revealed as suddenly and violently as it has been this past month

>Commodity plays?
I went long on food commdity prices already a couple weeks ago, so far so good. I also went long oil, which hasn't bottomed out yet, so I'm holding off on more of that. I think there is a possibility for some oil pumps with Iranian uncertainty, but it's a dangerous game. The danger does give some interesting risk/reward though if you watch it closely

Defensive is oversold companies, strong earners, safe and diversified overseas exposure (not US, Europe, or China), some bonds, gold, and cash. wait for Jerome to give the signal before doing anything rash.

>> No.13973680

I'm short oil long corn, wheat and DBA

>> No.13973682

No no I want to make as much going down as possible to load up for the next rally.

>> No.13973698
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under what God?
I do think you're right tho

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>> No.13973712

NO I need it to bounce so I can short it!

>> No.13973716
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Multi-generational crabs are for Nips.

Burgers take NASCAR on the way up and Formula 1 on the way down.

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>tfw no money to buy the dip

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Also pic related is the best ice cream ever.

>> No.13973769
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Buy Tesla stock.

>> No.13973773

>the 18th
>implying we haven’t broken more supports while we wait
Aha..ah..ha in all seriousness though what could the fed do to help other than a rate cut?

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absolutely based, they did have that salmonella scare, christ, ages ago tho

>> No.13973787

Another model S caught fire....Elon senpai is gonna be hurting... 180 coming :/

>> No.13973801
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Anybody seen a non-makup image/movie not released by herself?

>> No.13973824

whoops forgot to clear name

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>> No.13973881

Don't we have a super carrier parked over there? Like we're going to blow shit up right?

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>> No.13973950

How much longer until china opens up and we can see some real blood in the streets?

>> No.13973972

Chyna btfod my correlations week ago. Now I cannot trust American man to follow Chyna man

>> No.13973979

>"If we were going in we'd go in with way more firepower than what i've deployed to the region guys.."
>Deploys enough firepower to destroy Australia

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[Disease] scares are a good buying opportunity for food companies, from my experience, like the asbestos baby powder was for JnJ
They're largely temporary and don't affect a company's fundamentals in the long term, but create price dips nonetheless

>> No.13974017

also an opportunity to get cheap foodstuffs if your balls are big enough, like those of your pic. I thought you weren't into the trans?

>> No.13974018
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Is there anyone seriously considering going long tomorrow?

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>> No.13974035

Yeah long gold and mining stocks.
Seriously people we're almost at all time highs on gold and it's pretty clear where the economy(S) are going

>> No.13974038

I don't think he's trans, he's just a shaven twink

>> No.13974049
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>tfw people have put their entire savings into what the person in this pic says

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me am O_O
and even bought lot today too

there lots of buyers and selling weak
we should be 2760 EOD monday

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>> No.13974071

Thank you for being the liquidity I need to escape this market.
We all appreciate you taking one for the team here.

>> No.13974072

even better tee bee aech

>> No.13974075

holy shit is he OK?

>> No.13974081

He's fine.

>> No.13974082

he's KO

>> No.13974083

putting your entire savings into the market, let alone doing it based on an online stranger is a bad idea and not something I condone at all

fully agree, being trans would make it worse
I like the idea of it him being a male much better than the idea of him being a girl with a dick

>> No.13974086
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>He doesn't buy stocks because of other people who own it

>> No.13974087

did he die

>> No.13974092

No there was a trampoline at the bottom

>> No.13974114
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Kohls is opening below the monthly bollinger band indicating a 100% chance of free money

Im getting my clicking finger warmed up

>> No.13974124

If the Raptors somehow beat the GSW in the finals I think the TSX composite will boost 20% and the Canadian housing crisis will be averted
Kawhi will be immediately pronounced the PM of Canada and KHC will go right back up to 90

And IIIIIIIIII will love you again; I will love you like I used to...


>> No.13974126

Where do you see it in 14 days?
How about Tuesday morning?

>> No.13974135

Nobody in Canada care about basketball tho

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y-you w-elcome

>> No.13974145

Canada is in need of correction. I live in Montreal, went to school in Toronto, and I am currently writing this from the 32nd floor of the Telus Gardens building in Vancouver.

This is a bubble. There is a lot of credit that has been unpurchased/claimed from YTD.
Look up intrafirm debt in states in form of CLO's. Canada did not fight them like they fought the CDO's in 07.
It went through the gaps tread carefully it's coming down

>> No.13974146

Idk about tuesday but Envisioned it creating a very large doji for June, a 45 - 53 range this month alone

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I'm net short Canada, I'm just slightly joking that because the TOR finals win seemed so improbable, if it happens, other improbable things will happen too. (happens in Shakespearian tragedies as well, if you're into that kind of thing)
Which is just the point of the mountains goat song I posted....

Anyway the BLUES are gonna win the Stanley Cup finals for the first time ever :3
I don't have an NBA team where I come from (or an NFL team, anymore) so I don't really care about who wins Apehoop


>> No.13974217

>Only Americans are allowed to bomb and kill innocent civilians in Afghanistan, Iraq, and countless other countries in past

Naaaa, dropped. Fuck you drumpf. I sort of want China to win the trade war and become the world superpower just so Americans can no longer act as cunts without consequences.

>> No.13974246

Well if Tech is kill, drugs are kill, the indexes are kill, banks are kill, oil is kill, what the fuck are we supposed to buy? Guns and ammo as the democrats start autistic gun grabbing screeching?

>> No.13974261

Invest in cash then buy the bottom silly

>> No.13974262

What’s really going to keep you up at night is how he got up there in the first place.

>> No.13974280
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>it was for a woman

>> No.13974281

Democrats want to kill all those already

>> No.13974285

I am selling 10% of my VT portfolio and buying BTC. BTC is inversely related to SPY according to recent charts.

>> No.13974292


“Nominal GDP growth over the past five years would have been negative if U.S. public debt had not increased,” said Gundlach. “One thing everybody seems to miss when they look at these GDP numbers ... they seem to not understand that the growth in the GDP it looks pretty good on the screen is really based exclusively on debt - government debt, also corporate debt and even now some growth in mortgage debt.”

If the U.S. Treasury had avoided increasing its debt then nominal GDP would have been negative in three of the last five years, “even with all of the exact mortgage, corporate, and student loan growth that occurred,” Gundlach told Reuters in an email, following the webcast.

“If those non-Treasury debt categories had not grown, either, GDP would have been very negative.”

Nominal GDP rose by 4.3%, but total public debt rose by 4.7% over the past five years, Gundlach noted.

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>> No.13974304

Why are we just learning this now? This is huge if true...

>> No.13974310

Christ we’re so screwed

>> No.13974317

its almost if the media is owned by the same (((people))) who own a majority of stocks and need to keep the prices up to dump on retail investors, but what do i know?

>> No.13974341
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We outsource our consequences

Could you imagine if the middle east were united against the US instead of united against Israel? Could you imagine if the US had mandatory military service for all citizens? Actually, that might've turned the boomers into less shitty selfish bastards. Maybe zoomies should get the draft?

D-drugs are kill? Just because that shitpost about drug pricing?

Shit, do I gotta sell my Merck and UNH now (and buy back lower because they're so fucking based. Keytruda!!!)

Way too much noise there though... that bulltrap/beartrap was savage as fuck.

Where your limits at for BTC and ETH?

I don't THINK guns have bottomed yet. But if Trumpo crashes it all to hell, I don't know if they'll even need to make it an election issue.

>bought lot today
On what exchange? Doing some forex or what?


>> No.13974346

I'm all cash, waiting for the market to really tank. Make it happen faster, thanks.

>> No.13974348


>Wall Street sees healthy gains for the S&P 500, but Gundlach expects volatility as the Federal Reserve tapers its extraordinary stimulus. He also said record high margin debt levels suggest the stock market may be topping.

>> No.13974356

I'm amateur but... SCHO and BSV (not the crypto) I guess? Idk, technically cash is the best to hold atm

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>> No.13974373

How can the market possibly be topping? We didn't even experience euphoria.

>> No.13974381
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Tell me why I shouldn't go all into bonds

>fed cuts rate, current existing bonds are now worth more
>feds will only cut rates when the economy is doing even worse to prop up stocks, so holding stocks would just be asking to get JUSTed

I'm looking at these juicy 2.5% basically gaurenteed GAINS

>> No.13974382

Remember when everyone was shitting on the bears in March

>> No.13974385

that's right. Tilray and Beyond Meat are fairly priced goy! continue buying, the market can only go up!

>> No.13974398

Bears should always be shat on

>> No.13974416

Tariffs will increase price of consumer goods -> leads to inflation -> Fed will not be able to cut rates but will instead have to raise rates.

Then Peter Schiff is right, we get Stagflation, and your bonds become toilet paper.

>> No.13974430

Yeah but I really don't want to have to go back to sucking dick at all the funds that managed to survive the last recession because they decided to buy TBills while everybody was being fucking retarded and going long because of a small selloff and the belief it would go up again predicated on nothing more than a juvenile understanding of the market.

Yeah I like the bull funds they just don't survive long

>> No.13974431


there is the honest and very possible situation where the Fed cuts rates, goes QE, and pumps equities in a way that inflates more than 2.5% per year



>> No.13974434

>hes going to miss out on another chance to cash in on lows
lol, whatever fags. If you don't want ultra cheapies that's on you.

>> No.13974444

Cutting rates makes us bearish go back to March and see

>> No.13974451

We're currently shaking out the weak hands.

Bonds are already priced in for a rate reduction this year which is completely speculative. only thing keeping it from falling is momentum on these weak black swans

>> No.13974454

Good luck. Remember you can't lose anything being in cash.
Opportunity cost of capital was literally (i'm serious do go research this) contrived because market makers wanted a conceptual basis for triggering FOMO.

>> No.13974464

you can't lose anything except 2-3% to inflation a year (which is really 5%+)

>> No.13974482

fuck it, i'm waiting foor wednesday's dead cat bounce them i'm buying 10k worth of those september SPY puts at around $225-220

>> No.13974493

You lose that wealth in the markets too lol

>> No.13974497
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lotta other things went on between then and now besides the Fed getting a little dovish

I'm not saying they'll be able to save the economy with more free money.
I just want to provide some warning to people who take up certain bearish positions (short equities or leveraged long bonds). It can go wrong for you even if you're 'right' about the weakness of the economy and the markets.

Bears have been crying since forever when they short a rotten market but it doesn't crash as much as it should, or when it should, especially when the cause is blatant Fed intervention.
Guess what, even though they're 'right', those bears can still be wiped out, they can still lose money

gotta structure your positions correctly for all the interesting things that can happen.

Bonds aren't a sure answer, they're not the only answer. Same for cash. Same for index funds. they should be part of a larger strategy taking into account all the weird and creative things that the fed could (and probably will) do to save boomer pensions

this is correct


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Everytime we see a drop the Doomsayers are out in force. Just like last Oct thru Dec.

Pay these heathen bastards no mind.

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Bear squad where u at?

>> No.13974524

chinks will be 10 times as cunty

>> No.13974525

or you could not be an idiot and invest in municipal bonds which are both tax free and return upwards of 3-5% a year, allowing you to maintain your wealth

i don't really see any reason why anyone would be in cash when there are ultraliquid bonds and money market funds

>> No.13974586
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China PMI in 30 minutes

>> No.13974622

Well, since absolutely nobody on the SMG seems to actually have done this work in a professional capacity, imagine then that you have to explain to the individual that signs the cheques that pay for all the worldly shit you need (which includes your kids' tuition) that you decided to buy some fucking bonds, which are risky by the way, because holding cash for 72 hours made you get crazy ADHD and you couldn't help but buy something like a degenerate gambler.

You guys need to put your big boy hats on and realize who you are playing against.
This market is not your money. You're retail. They are fucking serious.

There are funds that lose entire management teams because the idea of holding cash for awhile is so despised in this casino in the sky as it were.

I mean to think people even today are giving Buffet shit because of his cash position.

Wake the fuck up.

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T-tell me how to do this plz... If it's tax free then no need to do it in my ROTH, right?

California munisimple bonds?

>> No.13974647

So you're saying we should be shorting bonds?

>> No.13974663
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>bear injects himself with zero calorie monster energy drink to celebrate the market crash
Holy mother of based

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I put $200 into BSV for 5 minutes and I made $5. It was my first investment ever. I'm gonna buy an ice cream!

>> No.13974688

honestly one of the most telling signs that biz is full of stupid people (lower than 90 IQ) is their obsession with making it via cryptocurrency.

I have not seen a single thread on options on biz ever, even though options trading is much more lucrative that day trading or crypto once you develop a decent trading system.

>> No.13974690

I am saying that there are distinct moments in history when it pays to be highly liquid, in a way that even fucking US treasury bonds may no longer be (there is a unique worry that this will occur for the first time in history by the way) and holding cash for 5 fucking days is not as retarded as it's been made out to be by everyone on earth who has a vested interest in controlling the outflows in Bond/Equity markets.

>> No.13974712

Well i'm afraid I don't deal in total risk plays (where one could lose everything= liquidation) but I do like to remind people of that video of that manager explaining on camera that he has lost his entire hedge fund because of tough placements

>> No.13974735

Buy Tennessee valley authority bonds. TVC or TVE.

Now tell me why fanged noumena is on the shelf of this boomer meme.

>> No.13974768

Well fuck china's green as fuck right now.

>> No.13974770

This. Sad that so many people think that the Chinese are the good guys, fighting on their side for a more just and nice world order.

>> No.13974771

Gold is moving like Bitcoin right now.

>> No.13974772

>Spy going down to 270

>> No.13974777
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>Could you imagine if the middle east were united against the US instead of united against Israel?
>He still doesn't know the US is nothing more than a puppet state of Israel

Anon, I...

>> No.13974791

China is winning the trade war if you haven't realized it yet.

>> No.13974811
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post moar twinks

>> No.13974814

They're gonna hit our markets hard today. Right before open like last time.

>> No.13974819

based orange man bringing about the chinese century earlier than planned

>> No.13974833

China's PPT doesn't give a single fuck.

USA's PPT is losing the battle to win the war.

>> No.13974889

anyone else know that feel when comming down from painkillers and everything make you teary eyed and weepy? air bud pup star world tour make me cry like baby

>> No.13974895

wonder if race riots will break out once Americans begin to realize that the US is a dying empire

>> No.13974906

No. They are paper tigers.

>> No.13974913
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You sure about those?

Good eye, honestly I have no idea.

Could it be as simple as the beast-woman he is with, being some sort of fanged animal-human?

>his new book to be published sometime this next year on his blog site Crypto-Current: Bitcoin and Philosophy
Hmmm... Seems like an interesting guy.

>>13974777 (HEAVENLY TRIPS)
Honestly, I believe it's the other way around. But I know that's not a popular opinion around here.

They do our Shadow Troupe shady shit, stuxnetting Iran's nuclear program and shit, and they take the fall for it.

The CIA can't just go around destabilizing governments and undermining democracy for our interests anymore, it draws too much criticism and we can't take that heat and maintain our holier-than-thou stance in the global dialogue.

So we get them to do our dirty work, and then complain when they kill some Palestinian suicide bombers.

I know, I know, it's a radical opinion around here, but that's just how I view it.

You see him trying to make the case that the Gov't is hiding extraterrestrial origin of UFO's from the public? I think it was Friday? Fucking kek, what a weirdo.

Oh no... Rat recapitulation as AT-Field surrounding golden bull concept begins to weaken.

It truly is the time for the bearening of prophecy...

>> No.13974915

>Thinks a country that has virtually no exports can win a trade war against a country that produces 90% of the products the U.S consumes
Trump supporters are the biggest NPC's I've ever seen

>> No.13974963

whats wrong with that retard

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>> No.13974994

We can though, there is nothing that can stop America once we've put down the pipe and washed our cheeto stained hands and get to work.

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Dab on the Bulls

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>This is the Captain. Brace for impact.

>> No.13975004

>comming down
if you absolutely have to come down off anything, you have to time it right so you can sleep through the worst of it
but if your timing is really good, you never have to come down

how do you not see the issue with what you said? if we buy our stuff from Vietnam and Malaysia instead of China it might cost us 10% more, but it will do severe damage to their economy


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>> No.13975032

Yea, but that shit doesn't happen over night. That will take decades from where we are now. The reason why there is no production in the U.S is because it's too expensive, so unless we get massive deregulation it's literally just wishful thinking.

>> No.13975089

The next two weeks are going to be wild. I don't see Xi backing down especially since he's getting lots of pressure to come good on his "China first" policies. The global economy isn't exactly super robust and this whole trade debacle might just be the catalyst to trigger some massive selling.

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s p y p u t s


>> No.13975141

>how do you not see the issue with what you said?
Prove me wrong, all we export to China are inherently worthless dollars and a few commodities. If China is no longer exporting to us the Chinese people can consume more of the products that they themselves produce. Also, you're forgetting that the Chinese govt holds 4 trillion dollars in U.S treasuries, if they dumped even a fraction of that inflation would rise dramatically in the U.S and confidence in the dollar would be destroyed.

>> No.13975194

Where you setting your SQQQ/SDOW/TQQQ limit buy and sells?

We gonna bounce so I can get back in, or is it just down all day and I missed my chance?

Circuit breakers? Or has it not really shaken the normies yet?

>> No.13975229

Every single thing you said was wrong. Do some research and get b& for underage.

>> No.13975246
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your claim was that China has more leverage than the US in the trade war because we (the US) buy their goods and they don't buy ours.
That's absolutely ridiculous. We can stop buying their goods. The treasury dumping threat isn't as substantial as the threat of significantly diminishing our imports from their country over the next few years, to buy goods from other countries or produce them ourselves.
The idea that confidence in the dollar will be destroyed is just as unsubstantial: what currency do you think will be used for international trade? the Euro? JPY? Ruble? if you say CNY don't even bother posting...

Back to the main point, Chinese people won't magically start consuming hundreds of billions of dollars more of their own goods to compensate, where would that money magically come from? If they aren't getting hundreds of billions from the US, they have less money to consume, not more.

I get the feeling you might not understand at all how these things work...

>> No.13975346

>muh US numba one
China is literally developing the "Belt and Road" policy and trading with Europe/Africa to replace the US

also lots of the goods that China sells to the US are everyday things like plastic bags, car parts, and chips. It will take a least a few years for US companies to switch production to other countries, even longer if the US needs to build new factories.

the US will suffer more than China in the incoming recession, I can guarantee you that

>> No.13975373

>Belt and road
It's a total disaster. Full corruption at every level of the project.

>> No.13975380

exporters get hurt harder in trade war than importers. china's economy relies on the us and other countries to buy their junk. China's domestic market is growing but most of the shit they produce is for the rest of the world. A large part of chinese still live in extreme poverty -- less then a $1.90 a day

>> No.13975381

I'd say were on a slow decline from here since the days of trump saying "The deal is almost done", and the market goes up 3 points within a day on that are far gone.

>> No.13975383
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unironically dumping my money into SQQQ now to try and recoup some of my loses for the last month

>> No.13975384
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if an analogy helps, you can think about food and energy expenditure: calories in, calories out. The money that China gets from the US into their economy is like the fuel for their economy. If you take that money away, there isn't some magical corresponding demand that will just pop up inside of China. In fact there will be a significant and SUDDEN lack of energy for their economy to run on if the exports to the US fall suddenly.
China's government can't use their currency as a weapon BESIDES the way that they currently use it: increasing or decreasing it's value to modify trade with the US. That is all the economic power projection they have, to try and encourage a little more export to the US. See pic related, significantly more international trade is done in even JPY compared to CNY.

I really just get the feeling when I read your posts that you don't understand how currencies and market forces work. I would suggest that instead of posting your opinions, you can ask questions about things you don't understand.
Unless you just woke up in Chengdu and are doing your government mandated Chinaposting, in which case, carry on.

>> No.13975400

sdow is better

>> No.13975433

>flipping short after a rapid month-long drop
be warned: we might stabilize and crab up for a few days. At which point you might complain and flip long.
Then we take another leg down. :^)
you are doing a very 'Sell/go short low' thing right now. I'm not saying we won't go lower, I'm saying if you're just flipping short now after the month we just had your hands probably aren't ready.
Well, you have to learn these things on your own. If you go all in SQQQ tomorrow morning you'll definitely learn some kind of lesson :^)

>> No.13975435

my point is the same thing will happen to US companies, and the US will be worse off

>> No.13975459

If the Mexico tariffs turns out to be a non-issue then you will get anally violated.

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>the same thing will happen to US companies
They'll suddenly be missing 50% of their revenues if China stops buying our goods?

nah son
I'm done responding to u

>> No.13975475

not an argument
How is China not having more U.S dollars a bad thing? The money would come from the salaries that the Chinese workers get paid in Yuan. There is nothing fundamentally different about the dollar compared to any other fiat currency on earth, but a falling dollar is good for the Chinese because it makes their currency more valuable in comparison. Also, the Chinese have other countries they can trade with besides the U.S and decreased confidence in the dollar will boost the value of those currencies as well. The dollar having world reserve status is meaningless since there are no reserves that the dollar is backed buy. Dumping U.S treasuries would be the smartest thing the Chinese could do if they wanted to weaken the U.S economically.

>> No.13975486

china hasnt even listed names for their foreign entities list. all they need to do is sacrifice an american company like the US did to huawei and there will be FUD to dump the market for another couple days.

>> No.13975503

Thanks for the advice, ill just hold my position until these tariffs seem to hammer themselves out more.

>> No.13975510

yes, because all of their capex in China will be worthless. Very interesting how you seem to think American companies develop all of their products in America.

>> No.13975513

>but a falling dollar is good for the Chinese because it makes their currency more valuable in comparison.

what if i told you one of the biggest points of the trade war is the fact that china manipulates its currency on purpose to be WEAK against the dollar.

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This is exactly what worries me.

Uggghh why did I sell ittttt...
I really want to buy again tomorrow...

Also concerned about this, but less so.

>> No.13975543

They won't because it's all sound and fury signifying nothing. They want a deal. So do we.

>> No.13975559

I wasn't making any specific claims about what might happen in the future.
There's definitely a long way to go down for these markets.

But deciding RIGHT NOW, after the month we just had, to go all-in 3x inverse isn't a move that a good investor or good trader makes, that's all. It doesn't seem like a move someone makes that is well reasoned and cool, it seems like a somewhat emotional reaction.

and if we stabilize even for a little bit those 3x inverse dailies can really deplete any gains, even if you call direction correctly. Any single day pumps can really hurt, if we crab the SQQQ can go down surprisingly quickly.

yeah we might go down more or hover and crab for a couple days
I would advise to try and keep your position stable and wait for a real opportunity to present (whether long or short, whether equities, commodities, or bonds).
definitely don't go all in inverse leverage to try and make back some money, those are very scary words to put together

>> No.13975609

Inverse levereged decays, but shorting means Infinite downside (and paying interest?).

And I’m too much of a brainlet for options, but if it doesn’t get to the price of the put it just expired. and if it isn’t enough of a difference to offset the premium...

I’m most comfortable doing SDOW again, but shorting is starting to sound appealing. Won’t do it though, too scary.

>> No.13975719

told ya so

based anon.

Three words: Leveraged treasury ETF. TYD.

>> No.13975720
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>shorting means Infinite downside
that shouldn't be your biggest concern; you can set a stop-loss for short positions just like long positions. Of course there will be a 'built-in' stop loss where your broker cuts you off if you go too hard, but if you're short-selling it's pretty much required to know exactly where you're going to set your SL when you enter the position.

The other parts of your post are correct, it is a bit of a dilemma for bears. The other part you didn't mention are volatility futures positions,which again decay. There is no 'super safe' way to be bearish, it's all timing-sensitive.
But when a strong bearish position pays off, it feels super, unspeakably good to be making money when the market goes down. You can really make very nice money very quickly. it just feels a little stronger, compared with the good feelings you get on the bullish side. once you taste it, it becomes hard to ignore that desire... It's like something you need

>> No.13975750

Is FB still stronk stock? I'm 50% in - going long and hoping VR along with their control on social media lasts while developing other areas.

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>> No.13975769

Check out CHK it's oversold atm but this has been a killer short, short still from 2.65 hoping it goes BK

>> No.13975816
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K have you looked at the chart yet? It doesn't matter what the company's doing if the charts are retarded. Atm it looks like FB is gonna follow 1 of 3 routes, given the current overall market environment:

1. Break the 175 region and head down to ~165 before finding support, ultimately to go back up

2. Break the 175 region and head down to ~125-135 before finding support, ultimately to go back up

3. Hold the 175-180 region before going back up, or trade sideways

Important points: never in FB's history has there been some retarded unforeseen spike or plummet, so that isn't really even up for consideration

ATM to me FB looks like a long above 175 and a short below it, its actually an exciting time for the stock right now

>> No.13975852

>only sold my best holdings and 40% of VTSAX
>held my bags
>bags still dropping

Oof. Can’t decide if I should just cut it off now, realize those losses.

The real appeal of bearing, for me, is having more money to bag cheapies.

>volatility futures
Vix? I am holding tvix since Thursday/Friday but it was a stupid play compared to holding SDOW

Already ran pretty hard last week, didn’t it? Also, concerned about the crashing of bonds that was posted about earlier in this thread. You think it’s not a real fear? You of all people have faith in gubberment?

>> No.13975879

>You think it’s not a real fear? You of all people have faith in gubberment?
I see that there are certain things that are required to reproduce the global financial system, one of those things is the payment of US treasuries. If that fails then there is pretty much no good investment to make besides physical commodities.

>> No.13975996

>Well if Tech is kill, drugs are kill, the indexes are kill, banks are kill, oil is kill, what the fuck are we supposed to buy?
>what the fuck are we supposed to buy
Health care stocks.. drugs aren't going anywhere..

>> No.13976010

This actually... good point

>> No.13976054
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Breakfast is back boys

>> No.13976097

Cash did pretty well 2019. CDs

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>> No.13976116
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>mfw holding bought and held a good amount of SPY puts since Thursday

Who else is gonna /makeit/ here?

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>Deutsche Banke puts
>expire 2020

I'm gonna be rich.

Unless the Krauts have another asspull ready to save the international banking cartel.

>> No.13976144

how do puts work exactly?
like let's say I buy 1 contract which is 100 shares at .03 or whatever, how much could I make realistically?

>> No.13976171

>betting against asspulls

better informed men than you have gone bankrupt placing good bets against dead institutions. Governments can always 'whoopsies' your puts away, away, away

they can change the rules and you lose your money and you can't sue them or do anything besides complain on the internet
it has happened before and it will happen again

I'll try and find and compile some articles of shorts complaining from 2009, 2012, etc. to post in these situations. I don't have any on hand right now

>> No.13976203

Can't tell you exactly. You'll pay .03x100, which is three dollars. That gives you the right to sell one hundred shares of the underlying security at the strike price.

However, you can only sell them at the strike price if the security's price is under the contract's strike price on the time and date that it expires. If it's above, your contract and money disappears and you keep the shares of the security... if you have them.

People with less money buying and selling options "naked," or when they don't have the underlying stock, can make easy money or lose tons of money with no chance to make it back.

>> No.13976423
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Buy BWL.A or get left behind.

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>> No.13976466
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futures gapped down

>> No.13976483

thanks walletinvestor.com

surprised that such a well-regarded establishment is publishing such premium juicy tips like that for free
such an exact price target too
wow ;^)

>> No.13976489
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FB is dying
I would not hold it

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now theres a stock.
Just market bought

>> No.13976557
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LCI BTFO by facts and rigorous analysis


>> No.13976571
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how do you actually buy the bowling ball? I've never had a limit order fill even for v small amounts

>> No.13976603
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>mfw no option to buy on robinhood
>can't buy the comfiest dividend hold of the century

>> No.13976607
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GALT headed up over $100 easily

The analysts at walletinvestor.com seem to have some deep and unexplained bias against KHC, so I will not post their lies in this place

>> No.13976632
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>limit order
smash that Market buy with all you got, receive a special surprise

>> No.13976650
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looks like you can buy it to me, look there's 47 people on RH holdin it right now
I'm not gonna just feed you dollars niknik, I unironical want to own it

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holy fuck... this is actually one of the best fundamentals i have ever fucking seen... they're profitable by literally millions

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>> No.13976762

>Bowl America owns 82k T babies

>> No.13976769
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forgot pic sorry for quadruple posting but holy fuck this company is A BUY

>> No.13976773
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That money will be reinvested into extending the Summer Blast pass hours
We're going on Striiiike

>> No.13976781

Just bought a 100k with margin overseas

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>> No.13976800

can you post their cash flow? specifically financing activities?

>> No.13976814
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here u go

>> No.13977002

hmmm... interesting...

>> No.13977111

i don't think you fully understand what is going on with LCI......

>> No.13977171

This guy is seriously retarded or something. It's like he's getting paid on a per Tariff basis.

>> No.13977222

I bought one share after hours...
it really surprised me, unfortunately it was only a partial fill, so the 4.95 Schwab transaction fee added a 33% cost basis

really can't tell if I SDOW at the open, or wait for a bounce.

SQQQ is more tech heavy?

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Maybe we get news of Bolton "resignation" and impeachment FUD and I miss out on some fun...

>> No.13977270

Ratsu are you actually holding or swing trading this? Because swinging is much different

>> No.13977288
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LOL. (From the 2010 President's Letter).

>> No.13977292

Would escalate into a meme war with Australians. Extremely unwise.

>> No.13977310
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Snibby has taken the field in futures trading.

>> No.13977417


If I had used RH to buy it might have actually been profitable.

With Schwab fees it's now a bag.

>> No.13977430

my opinion on BWL.A is iron hands. I will not sell into dobbers 20g market buy

dont let anybody see this

>> No.13977471

I knew I should've bought Yen...
Don't even have to wait for market hours to do forex.

>> No.13977583
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Hey there boyos,
I matched with at least 3 different chicks today on some dating apps. Any advice on what I should say in order to get them to surrender their holes?

>> No.13977629
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>I just can't believe the state of the world
>the racism, nationalism, overall bigotry makes me feel disconnected...I just...I just can't sometimes
>look anon I know we just met but, I just want you to know that if I ever had the opportunity I would start a charity in the inner city.
>I can't atm because I'm just a newbie investor and I don't have the funds but when I do I'm going to make the world a better place
>I want to be like George Soros..

>> No.13977704
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I opted instead to send the following 3 messages:
>open bobs
>send vegana
>bich, lasagna

that'll get those panties to drop

>> No.13977707

no joké just tell them you're a stock trader and also work at AMZN, maybe throw in some half-baked opinion on why Bezos is terrible for being a billionaire. Go on DSA/rosetwitter and pick up some talking points, just say a lot of words like "representation", "voices", "spaces" etc. The combo of up-and-coming-wealthy-enough-to-provide-security with surface level woke/conscious to defer sinfullness should do ya

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Based and pajeet-pilled.

>> No.13977745

>Go on DSA/rosetwitter
wtf is this shit?

>to defer sinfullness
would they interpret it as sinful if all I desire in life is to slather some young thing's butthole with my moist tongue?

>> No.13977763
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hail hortler, bitch

>> No.13977777

Do you think the dow will fall by 800+ points tomorrow?

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>> No.13977803
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yeah, that's fukken rite, kiddo!
I can't imagine the average poorfag, normie white dudes are more than a step or two above this shit, judging by all the "will not send nudes" comments in chick's bios

I'm just shotgunning passable 18-20 year olds. The last one that actually fucking met up said she couldn't believe a guy like me would actually go on a date with me.
She told me that she touched herself thinking about me.
It ended before I could get all that far because her valid anxieties about me leaving her ass as soon as she surrendered her holes shot me out of the sky.
I was SO fucking close. So fucking close. I can almost taste her bhole.

>> No.13977804

find emaciated brooklynite girls on twitter with a rose emoji in their name, their opinions currently serve as markers for what early 20s """"politicallly conscious"""" (read: in college, educated, your age) girls think is cool. Make sure to avoid the fucking retards who surround them tho
oh dear

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I was coming into this thread to make a joke but you've doomed us all
Also Checked

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And no. Futures are not behaving in a way that would indicate that kind of sell pressure. I think snibby will have control for much of the day.

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welp. I guess that's it then. It was a pleasure shitposting with everyone.

>> No.13977818
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Dam son, you already got GIMP fired up and ready to go.
What is that OS you're using? Ubuntu?

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Continue to pray to Yield Curve. Concentrate on the inversion. We can end it here. We can end it for all time.

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I've already mostly cashed out

I got 20k cash in RH, and 10k left in leveraged as SSO/QLD

>> No.13977844
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yea it's ubuntu. Please don't tell /g/ im retarded and don't know how to do anything else. All I need is youtube and gnumeric desu i broke my videogame addiction thanks to Robinhood.

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I gotta figure out how to in to Linux soon-ish. Windows 7 support is ending next January. Windows 10 can fuck directly off.

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Ubuntugang bestest gang

>> No.13977882

>emaciated brooklynite girls
I want one.

My current idea for my next step in life is Two Sigma since there's better options in terms of chicks in NYC.

>Make sure to avoid the fucking retards who surround them tho
Isn't it fucking mesmerizing?
These fucking chicks get shoved up on a pedestal by all those faggots dying to run their tongue over the girl's cooter, but anybody with a couple brain cells knows she spouts shit and to ignore the eternal e-thot. Severe one-itis is the greatest affliction that is shaping this nation's political environment.

>> No.13977884

Any books or youtubers to get information on daytrading? Even just the basic stuff like how to use the software? I've seen some stuff but it's theoretical type of info as opposed to in practice

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oh fugg quints of truth

>> No.13977900

I know you're right and that's why I'm mostly out, but that 2yr-10yr part still hasn't kicked it yet and that's the line in the sand for certainty that we're fucked in my head.

>> No.13977908
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I am not worthy...

I guess this means I have to buy that SDOW at the open or what?

Big yikes, why do we have so many bad fetishes on here? If you’re gay, just be gay. But traps are like a weird prison-gay thing where you’ve convinced yourself you’re not worthy of pussy, or are afraid of being gay for some reason.

If you want advice for females, you should show them your gold. Bitches love gold.

>used to /r9k/ in the era of eggman

>> No.13977917
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Most trading stuff is 100% bullshit trying to sell you a course. Learn double entry accounting, learn basic statistics, then start buying shit. Buy low, and reduce your cost basis even lower (dividends, covered calls). Then sell high. That's all there is to it.

>> No.13977923
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>Please don't tell /g/ im retarded and don't know how to do anything else
Only if you don't tell them that I'm a macfag
It's UNIX and it fucking works. Shoot me.

>> No.13977937

what the fuck scoops, I had you pegged for an archboi 100%

>> No.13977943

Use krita for drawing fren

>> No.13977946


>Most trading stuff is 100% bullshit trying to sell you a course
it's true

I'll also back anon on that stats recommendation. It'll do more for you than financial ratios, which are already so gamed / such a broken signal that you might be better off flipping a coin

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>> No.13977999

Thanks, anyplace where I can learn or find more information on double entry accounting? Or statistics? And is it general math statics or are we talking some sort of stock market specific statistics?

>> No.13978008

>If you’re gay, just be gay. But traps are like a weird prison-gay thing
No dude, I'm not into traps. Fuck that bullshit.
I meant the chicks that aren't hot but just sufficiently attractive that I am properly given the feeling that the hole was "surrendered" rather than, like, "proferred"
e.g. fat chicks
However, I would never be able to get it up for a fat chick, so that's why I picked the word "passable"

>If you want advice for females, you should show them your gold. Bitches love gold.
The last time that I told a chick what company that I work at, she immediately checked out of the interaction.
So there's this concept of "tech bros", and I can't think of a proper way to show them my gold.
I think I'll just go all out and fucking put Amazon in there since software engineer is possibly not permeating the message of "cash money" into their heads.
I'll try it out again.

>> No.13978016

I used ubuntu in college, but the standard issue at my last company was a macbook, and it got me hooked.
It's fucking hard to develop on a broken stack, dude

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>this time it's different

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>says wells fargo
>wells fargo

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I meant literal gold.

Do not tell them you trade stocks, DON'T MENTION CRYPTO. They know what Robinhood is, they're not impressed, it's a red flag for a gambling addiction.

Is Robinhood going to IPO into a recessing market? Can we actually get an IPO that's an actual cheapie for once?

>> No.13978064

give this site a good skim: http://thepatternsite.com/
I like his approach the most. You just kind of back up out of the finance mindset, and give it the academia statistics approach.
That's how HFTs do it, that's how renaissance technologies do it, and they fucking mop the floor out of those goldman sachs faggots with stupid returns like 70% year over year for decades on end.

>> No.13978080

I want to make some money what should I do? should I short spy?

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>> No.13978118

>I meant literal gold.
>If you want advice for females, you should show them your gold. Bitches love gold.

Alright, I liked the original line because I do recall thinking that having fucking money would make it easier to pick up chicks.
Chicks like dudes that are financially stable.

What are you recommending here? That I load up on fucking precious metals and pose with it for a pic on my account? Because that might be stupid enough to work.

>> No.13978126

I really don't want it to be crypto
...but I just fomo'd more cash into that crypto dip.

Kinda rather it be silver, so all those autists can finally have their moment in the sun

>> No.13978128

>short spy
Shorting the market is usually pretty stupid. You can't time that shit.
I just went in on cash.
Leveraged bonds might do though

>> No.13978129

holy fuck imagine buying 35 oz of physical gold, making a little pile with it on a table and taking a picture

>> No.13978140

I actually read an article saying that's actually a pretty solid investment strategy.
The old automatic weapons that are no longer legal to manufacture are rising in value at an incredible rate.
If you literally stock up on weapons like some kind of doomsday autist from /k/, it'll actually be a solid investment strategy from what I read.

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That sounds like a conversation starter.

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Holy shit. I think a single one of these bars actually costs about 40k

>> No.13978175

Thanks anon I'll take a look at that site. Have you used it? Can you confirm their methods work?

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Not very liquid... and it could get more difficult to sell

Those gun show loopholes are straight retarded, but I doubt they'll be closed anytime soon.

This is more or less what I was telling you to do. Acquire gold, take selfies with gold, show bitches your photos of gold and maybe they'll want to come back to your place and check out your gold.

>> No.13978193

But if the conservative supreme court declares the Hughes amendment unconstitutional, your investment loses 90% overnight.

>> No.13978197

avatarfagging is what doomed us all

>> No.13978198

>show bitches your photos of gold and maybe they'll want to come back to your place and check out your gold.
I got a pretty fucking solid view from my apartment. Maybe I should take pictures from the main room

>> No.13978203

If a recession is coming would it be worth investing in one of those proshares short etfs?

>> No.13978210

> gun show loopholes
spotted the noguns. "gun show loopholes" are just sales between private citizens. every part of the societal "moderate consensus" on gun rights is based entirely on misinformation.

>> No.13978213

If the only faggots that successfully short for a recession get an entire fucking movie made about them, then I don't think we'll be able to time it right, so no

>> No.13978234

Well shit I wouldn't mind getting a movie on top of all that cash.

>> No.13978254

I think there were definitely others, maybe they didn't place as sizable bets on it or call the top as well.

>Just found out about SH
Wait, I don't know why I never thought about this,. I can buy bear funds that aren't leveraged like SQQQ? Does that mean they don't get that weird decay that steals your money if you hold? I just want to make money on the way down so I can load up on cheapies.

I mean... yeah, I don't personally own any guns yet. It would be impractical for me, and I don't like to make big purchases.
>just sales between private citizens
I think there are limits to the free market, and that the free-exchange of napalm flame-throwers and high-capacity grenade launchers is something that should be regulated by more than just supply and demand.

>> No.13978271

no, i don't think so

>> No.13978286

>I can buy bear funds that aren't leveraged like SQQQ? Does that mean they don't get that weird decay that steals your money if you hold?
I might join you when the 2yr-10yr properly inverts

>> No.13978335
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Checked. Double entry accounting is easy, you basically just set up accounts for every transaction and log the moneys. Pic related is a real position in my acct, dates and such obv not accurate but the actual cash values are (just using this as an illustration so you can grasp it). GAAP calls for fair value accounting at regular intervals so you can record unrealized PnL, and then your actual sale of stock/options are based on the last recorded PnL instead of your initial purchase. Actual, real, accounting is moreso a matter of just learning the conventions and names for shit (you could invent your own system if you really wanted it. It really doesnt even matter unless you're a public company) but it basically boils down to:
>Assets - Liabilities = Equity
>The 5 major account types are assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses, and equity.
Most of it is pretty easy to grasp with a simple youtube video. I mean, the 5 account types should be pretty self describing too.

>> No.13978442

I sort of get what your saying but I don't really understand your sheet or what's going on in it at all, can you explain further please. And how will my pnl allow me to make better trades?

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>> No.13978502

Sure. So every transaction is recorded twice, once as a "debit" and once as a "credit". Each account, by convention, has an affinity for being a debit or credit in that the account is worth more depending on which side is higher. Cash is a debit account, you want cash debited towards you. It simply means you have more cash. Generally the following applies:
>Assets are debits
>Liabilities are credits
>Revenues are credits
>Expenses are debits
>Equities are credits
So let's say you just opened a bank account at Shills Fartgo, and you put $100 into that bad boy. You'd debit your cash account $100 and credit your equity $100. Why? Because
>Assets - Liabilities = Equity
And you have 100 in assets, 0 in liabilities. Therefore 100 in equity, and equity is a credit by convention.

Now let's say you go to Qmart and buy a fuckton of watermelons because you're a failing mathematician who has nothing left to live for except being that weird guy in everybody's Algebra 1 textbook. You pay $20 for the melons. You credit cash $20 and debit expenses $20 (remember i said expenses are a debit. This is why, because we credited cash and all transactions have to record a debit or a credit. For the opposite reason, revenues are a credit by convention). In the real big boy accounting world, your equity actually stays at 100 until you "close the books" which basically means you create an equity adjustment account and then credit your expenses (this sets your expenses account to 0) and then debit the adjustment account which subtracts from your real equity (which is a credit. This is why it's a credit too because equity adjustments are debits if expenses > revenue).

How much cash is in your account? You just sum up all the debits and the credits. 100 + (20) = 80. Same with the other accounts.

PnL is just a sort of revenue account by the way, which is why it's in the credit section of my spreadsheet.

>> No.13978510

>Does that mean they don't get that weird decay that steals your money if you hold?
Seems like all of them do from what I've seen

>> No.13978521

-5% weeking incoming
-15% in speculative/cloud stocks
-20% in KHC because fuck KHC in particular

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>big $90 dip has been on RH chart exactly 2 minutes ago every time I check RH tonight
>Did the math, it's not some error from crypto shit
So I'm assuming my stocks are going to open down 3% tomorrow at 9am (and the stock prices on RH will change to reflect this?), Or is it more buggy chart bs

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Note the time stamp

>> No.13978577

Thanks anon!

>> No.13978581

Interesting... the Russell hasn't recovered like the S&P has from its december lows, but it also doesn't get juiced from QE and PPT like S&P, Dow, Nasdaq do, right?

Also, it encompasses more smaller names that are considered riskier, if there's a "flight to quality" for investors.

Could shorting the Russell be the best way to play a recession?

Or, since the immediate concern is the tariff and trade uncertainty related slowdown, is that NOT the way to play it, since these smaller companies are less likely to have much international exposure?

>> No.13978597

>retail trader who doesn't even know what premarket trading is thinks he can beat Harvard PhDs and hedge fund managers picking stocks
>the STATE of biz

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>>>retail trader who doesn't even know what premarket trading is
I do, what I'm asking is if that is whats causing the price drop of RH's shitty interface? or is it one of those glitches that magically disappears around 9am or so
>thinks he can beat Harvard PhDs and hedge fund managers picking stocks
where was that implied?

>> No.13978634

Robinhood doesn't update with premarket until 30 minutes before the opening, at least that's how it seems to work for me.

Anyhow, better to be lucky than smart :^)

And yeah, poor poor KHC, Robert Kraft really fucked that one up. But really, who the fuck wants velveeta? And if people are going to carb-splurge, no one wants a shitty little box of mac and cheeze. Hell, I'd rather go to the other side of the aisle, if I'm being cheap, and get a brick of ramen.

>> No.13978636

by saying "my stocks" its implied you pick stocks. 95% of stock pickers can't beat a simple index.
also i'm not sure what you understand what projecting means, because that would imply I pick stocks because I don't.

>> No.13978659

The Russell diverges from s&p but they are loosely correlated. You are right about the Rus sensitivity because it is smaller caps. I saw a chart once that had returns for several investment assets and it said some years Rus outperforms, but that due to timing. Really it leads a downtrend and seems to pull the s&p down.

>> No.13978837


All you can do is look back in history to determine whether we're near the top or not.

The Fed has pivoted towards easing after hiking rates, that usually indicates the end of the cycle. Except 1998.

Trade Wars all across the globe are pushing fear into the markets.

Equities have had a massive run up since 2011, and even more so since 2017 after the Trump tax cuts.

May 1st might have been the top. Might. Or we dip 20% like last time and continue higher, IDK.

I have 95% of my net worth in SQQQ. I am ready to win or lose either way.

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This is totally unrelated to the markets whatsoever but I found this during late night browsing sprees and basically it's pretty lit.

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> Bloomberg released this paper in full without editorializing.

To give the same treatment to US Treasury statements would be too much to ask from them I guess :v)

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Hmmm... So then maybe I'll stick with the dow, since the Russell has already corrected more than the dow and the S&P? I think?

I gotta get some work done and get some sleep.


>> No.13978886


The small caps didn't get the QE juice like the bluechips did, hence they are more exposed to the real economy and higher borrowing costs, which means they get hit first and they didn't expand so much in the first place.

Shorting any of the American indexes would be a good play within 12 months I would say, but the ones with the highest price actions since 2016 are the ones most vulnerable to a recession IMO.

Markets are at a pivotal point right now, we're either going to December lows or pushing up to new highs based on good news.

Watch that turbokike Kushner in the next few days, because I think he will convince Trump to talk down his trade threats against Mexico and China.

>> No.13978929

>Making grandpa listen
You really think he has trump's ear?

I think Trump likes his new Shotgun-tariff approach. I think someone confused him on how it works (perhaps wharton's business school, perhaps one of his advisors).

and I'm pretty DAMN SURE we have Miller to blame for his mexico bullshit. He bent his ear in japan, when that other guy was getting hip surgery

>> No.13978938

That you, BearChad?

>> No.13978988


Trump's weakness is his family, particularly his daughter. Turbo-Boomer syndrome. Kushner has his hand shoved so far up Trump's arse that...something something.

Kushner is in the UK with Trump, watch out for a statement at any time after Kushner works his Jewish magic on him.


Sup SDOWbro. You're looking good today based on futures.

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>> No.13979075

>>13978988 (nice dubs)
Sold, regret it, but thought I should take profits.

Let my tvix ride, hoping to slide out of that just after the open, then back into SDOW if we get a nice bounce midday.

But I've also got my eye on shorting the Russell since the other anon mentioned it. Those Non-leveraged ETF's are appealing because I could hold longer...

But I'll probably get greedy and go for SDOW. Bad news is never ending for Boeing, I imagine Apple FUD is hitting hard, all the big tech has serious risk, and the agrobusiness, restraunt, and grocery are all in for some rough times this season.

I just don't know if I'll get a window to get back in, I expect SDOW to gap up HARD at the open.

>> No.13979107


x3 inverse ETFs are very risky anon, I would recommend getting out whenever you don't feel confident.

The market can go either way right now, but we need some more bad news in the short term to go much lower. We're oversold on the short term.

China needs to retaliate 1 to 1 to the American tariffs for the party to really get started.

>> No.13979151

pussy ass nigga

>> No.13979159

oh no!
my divis!
im cashing it all out and going to buy BSV crypto
fuck the stock market and fuck this general!
im out!

>> No.13979193

tell me more about BSV crypto pls

>> No.13979205


If you're not confident in a price action, you shouldn't own the instrument that is betting on that price action.

Simple as.

>> No.13979207

projected to reach 800 bucks today
get in while you can!

>> No.13979229

i am confident u a bitch doe!! EYYYYYYYY look at dis white boi!

>> No.13979297

Unironically just be yourself

>> No.13979309

>US 10 year 2.09%
sub 2% when

>> No.13979317

reminder that unemployement is a lagging indicator and that most americans live paycheck to paycheck

the real fun begins when americans have no jobs and can't afford rent or even basic needs

>> No.13979325


>> No.13979349

Healthcare. Buy UNH - unless Bernie wins - then it's gonna tank, in which case you can short it.

>> No.13979370

I'm confident we're going down. I'm not confident that the panic selling at the open will continue throughout the day, intensely enough to offset the 3x leverage (I think you need a drop of ~3% just to break even?)

I believe that it's too soon for Powell to admit he made a mistake by tightening when he did. So maybe I will wait, because that could really trigger some selling. Then again, other fed members could say things that lessen the blow, leak info, etc.

Could be a great long term buy, but could get slammed all throughout the primary if Biden doesn't maintain a significant lead, or if he changes his stance.

UNH and MRK are big BUYS in my book, if they get down to where they a few months ago.

>> No.13979371

yeah bro just buy a stock that will tank over 80% if we get single payer
risk free money

>> No.13979399

We will never get single payer for that reason among several others. Big money needs a solid exit strategy from bloated healthcare stocks or else there's going to be a lot of backdoor shenanigans going on even if Bernie himself won.

>> No.13979403

20+ Year bond ETF a buy at this time?

>> No.13979422

is it true americans believe they have the "best country in the world" when they literally have to beg online strangers for money to pay thousands of dollars for drugs and medical procedures that cost 99% in literally all other 1st world countries?

it's like the old cold war saying: both the soviet union and the US have their propaganda, the difference is that the americans believe it

>> No.13979431

Most of your posts seem to be trolling, but if you’re being serious:

>implying the boomers would let us mess with their healthcare as they get reach 70+
Not likely.

It could unironically be a great thing for America (of course it’s be fucked up by lobbyists though). But they’re not getting anything through that doesn’t allow patients to stick with their current insurance and doctors, and single payer wouldn’t accommodate that. It wouldn’t get approval in the house or the senate. And Biden doesn’t want to fuck up Obamacare because he gets to be affiliated with it.

>> No.13979475

futures are up from the lows, we're going to have a greenday

>> No.13979489

except research indicates that most boomers have little to no money saved for retirement, so they would be open to socialized healthcare in theory

also consider the fact that UNH already has a bloated PE and forward revenues multiplier. the downside simply isn't worth the risk.

finally, you make the claim that "lobbyists wont let it happen". where were the lobbyists during trust busting, and creating electric car/renewable energy subsidies? over 60% of the US supports socialized health care according to the latest poll


so yes, i would say that there is a much higher chance that UNH falls over 80% in the next 10 years as socialization of healthcare begins

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There is no “Americans” as such. Big country, “diverse” opinions. Not many things we all agree on.

It’s limited to things like: eating dog is gross. I’m glad we don’t have a queen. I don’t want to learn another language, I already took Spanish in high school.

I can’t think of anything else we all agree on.

Where you from?

>> No.13979505

biz is filling their houses with physical Gold I hope
we are near a debacle of biblical proportions
Gold will easily reach 30000$ per ounce

>> No.13979532

also reminder that gold ETFs are a scam and do not have a 1:1 ratio of gold bullion to dollars invested

>> No.13979538

This is the NEW THREAD:

Here are some more links too:

>> No.13979543

China is subsidizing its product in order that it can continue to be sold in the USA. Many firms are leaving China for other countries, including the United States, in order to avoid paying the Tariffs. No visible increase in costs or inflation, but U.S. is taking Billions!

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