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>> No.16162355

First for Robinhood is fucked

>> No.16162365

Big plays for me in the newr future
God damn i hope these guys kill it, I’ll be rich

>> No.16162366

How long does it take to withdraw funds from Robinhood?

>> No.16162373

first for fuck you my VXX option order filled,, even if I over paid for it, I'ma still grab a few hundred on this trade.

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>> No.16162389

Lots of potential buys. DF hits the prophesied $0.95 buy zone. SNSS is down to $0.50. What do you think about SNSS today? It seems like it has room to double over the coming weeks, and SNSS Anon has had such rotten luck with his other stocks he's postex about here, simple probability tells us he's due for a big win. On the other hand, Baggie's interest is definitely a possible bear signal. Still. it might be worth buying 500 or 1,000 shares.

What does everyone think about LCI earnings. I checked this morning and it looked like it was rising in anticipation. I bet reported earnings will be in line with expectations. Will there be any sell off afterwards? Or will shorts get further BTFO and see a double-digit percentage surge?

>> No.16162394

mother fucker.i've lost 442% this week and at this rate I have to lose another 450% to be able to afford another 100 shares of LB to write calls on.

>> No.16162396

Why isn’t Robinhood saying or doing anything about this glitch? How was it not fixed earlier?

>> No.16162421


just do the infinite money glitch bro theres no reason to trade anymore

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>> No.16162452

First for I balled up pieces of baggies hair I collected over time to make a human figure of him and I pray to it every morning in the shrine of candles and pieces of pre chewed baggie bubble gum before I start my day trading stocks

>> No.16162462

LCI been dumping and pumping for the past week. Shits nuts. I'm hodl though.

>> No.16162470

Is anyone unironically going to do/have done the infinite money(or debt) glitch?

>> No.16162472

Exit scam, calling it now

Uuhhh based!?

>> No.16162479

>infinite money glitch
Sounds like something I used to do on ps3 gta v

>> No.16162483

If DB can go into debt and be bailed out why can't they?

>> No.16162492

Zoomer spotted.
Gta v cheats were shit compared to los santos

>> No.16162500

Didn't mean to reply to you in that last post. I'm not margined at all. I'm guessing that they figure the costs of shutting down margin entirely is greater than what they expect to lose off of people exploiting their margin rules. It does seem like a problem that they are letting people with $2,000 cash use $1,000,000 worth of margin, so maybe it will bite them. I'm planning to move off RH anyway for Schwab. I have $2 calls on all my shares so I'll be cashed out of ODP within 2 weeks. Then I'll just have TLRD on there.

>> No.16162503

Because one is practically the central Bank of Europe and the other is the central back of broke millennials gambling their allowance.

>> No.16162506

it's an infinite debt glitch.

>> No.16162540

>go 1 million dollars in debt after spending entire margin on SNSS
Just gonna close the app

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Yeah if you lose a bunch of money on RH margin, just mail your phone to a random address. Then it's their problem to deal with.

>> No.16162573

If you want gains to make cryptofags jealous, try index futures. Days like this are what the e-minis were made for. 24/5 trading, tax advantages, ridiculous leverage, no pattern day trader rule. It's beautiful over here and if you trade the micros you don't need a huge account to start and the losses won't kill you if you don't have what it takes right off the bat.

>> No.16162578

you fucks didn't play GTA 2 back in the 90s? when the graphics and gameplay was so shitty we didn't need censorship and parental guidance? I bet you fucks never even sat around all day waiting for the radio station to play your favorite song so you could record it onto your mix tape.

>> No.16162587

Just bought spy calls with 11/8 expiration. Wish me luck

>> No.16162588

>withdraw funds
>from Robinhood
Anon, I..

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yum, manifest

>> No.16162600

Robinhood's margin requirements don't work for good stocks like SNSS. RH will just say they're "high volatility" stocks. You'll close the day well over the maintenance requirements and then all of a sudden at midnight they'll lock your account for no stated reason, only to send out an email hours later for a $15 margin call (even though your account still says your margin health is "good"). This happened to me when trying to make money off margined shares of ODP. The margin is only worthwhile on boring stocks.

>> No.16162605

I tried this on two phone and it only works with this stock.
So if you search in RH for TRXC and then go back to your main page, it totally fucks up you port history graph

>> No.16162624

I think it only works if you own the stock

>> No.16162625
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It turns out that the 1.30 cheapies were NOT cheapies at all. JUST.

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oh fuck

>> No.16162633

>I bet you fucks never even sat around all day waiting for the radio station to play your favorite song so you could record it onto your mix tape
He didn't also sit around with his mixtape on record/pause waiting for his favorite video to come on MTV

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did you read the blurb that tells you what the company does before you bought it?

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Bull cope is going be delicious when they realize that the recent China news was total bullshit. It was actually a really bad news being framed as good thing. Trump is out of the options, and we must go through this the hard way: tariffs on everything!

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>he didn’t play the original topkino GTA
Check your pager, gotta get that info about your next mission

>> No.16162718

>SNSS absolutely deadest
I don't understand

>> No.16162723

>trump is out of options
>US Market at ATH, Major companies making record profits
>lowest unemployment possible
>wages for everyone increasing
>somehow niggers even working
>run by Chinese people
>Market built on flimsy bamboo sticks
>no food
>need energy desperately
>need water desperately
>need everything desperately
>at least China has a few presure metals though amirite?
>manufacturing slipping away
>will suck a dick to make a widget for you
um okay

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we already have tariffs on everything
and all the plastic crap still seems really cheap
we should double the tariffs.

>> No.16162752

No one that I've seen here, but at least three different people on Reddit have duped to over a million.

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>yfw you find out the US was actually the universes biggest short squeeze in galactic history

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>> No.16162828

Hope i just bought the bottom

>> No.16162833
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why would you buy a shit penny stock like SNSS lol
buy a real company like DF
0.87-0.91 buy zone is the oasis of champions, will give a +0.25x all gains multiplier to your 4 largest positions

>> No.16162849

>don' buy THAT shitty penny stock
>buy MY shitty penny stock

Fuck it, OK.

>> No.16162857

Can I buy more NINTENDIES yet?
Or was that just a short squeeze?

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bought some dean foods, Manifes

>> No.16162919

Bought some AAN yesterday. Do I buy more now?

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FPAY tanked despite good earnings, increasing profitability, and raised guidance. Some big holder dumped his bags yesterday. Any chart readers wanna read the leaves?

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Look at this nonchalant motherfucker... savage
You don’t even like cowtits...

>> No.16162944

It'll go back up anon. There was no actual reason for this drop and none of the technical reasons for buying the stock have changed.

>> No.16162946

Where the fuck is my VXX spike? Some nigger said there was trade FUD, I demand a fucking VXX spike.

>> No.16162954

Are these fucking zoomers who've been doing shit back assward with infinite leverage creating an environment where the market has to prop its self up so the ponzi scheme doesn't collapse? I WANT A FUCKING VXX SPIKE AND THESE FREE MONEY NIGGERS TO GET WHAT IS COMING TO THEM!

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Where is that fucking snake SNSS Anon? I want my fucking money back

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every zoomer in the US is buying any stock they can get their hands on with >$1million of free margin money right now from their phones

don't hate the player

>> No.16163000

>oh no I listened to some random guy on the internet and now I lost money. How could this happen?
off yourself

>> No.16163012

also the head zoomer (Barron Trump) is in the 5th sub-basement of the NY Fed right now. He hooked up the RH fiber optic directly to the Fed's main "buy button". We're going parabolic.

>> No.16163017

Lol I only remember playing through gta2 with my dad and there was a mission for the Krishna gang where we tricked the rival gang onto a bus and had them turned into hotdogs. It was a simpler time back then and me and my dad were both like wtf!!!! And then laughed and laughed

>> No.16163045

You could write a 20 minute short just on the mental image

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Do you think Barron get cummies from Melania?you know he's at least peeked at Ivanka in the shower.and sane man would give up his birthright for a taste of that sweet vanilla kosher pussy.
politics be damned

Add that to you short mf
>Is the water warm enough Barron?

Someone write this out now!!

>> No.16163103

Nice day for AMRN. (so far). The T-baby dip is very tempting but I know how to resist. Sides I know the real dip is right around the corner, back at the 36 - 38 range is more like it. Or you know, we may get lucky and a nice big shat happens in Dec again. P.S - Got my busted kitchen sink plumbing pipe fixed. Wasn't that big a job (thank god). Discovered that the pipe itself was clogged full of uh shit over the years, grease,etc. So got that cleaned out. God the smell was the worst part of the whole deal watching the dude work as that shit came out. So let that be a lesson for you, don't put bacon grease or coffee grounds down the sink.

>> No.16163114

>CHK at 83 cents
goodbye fren

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>> No.16163152

If you want your money back then hold, like I have been saying since the beginning, until ASH

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Taco, QSR, Manifest

>> No.16163173

Anyone know what lci is going to do on earnings? Shorts about to get slaughtered?

>> No.16163183

He was fed nothing but Melania's breastmilk until he was five and a half years old. But there is nothing sexual between them. Don't be a perv, the kid is 13 years old now. He probably is only getting interested in girls now, but he might still end up too aspie or gay.
Last I heard, he has never eaten a gram of added sugars in his life, and is nearly 7 foot tall by now. Every few months they get his IQ tested, and it's still rising. Scientists have no idea why or how.

>> No.16163185

I have over 100 shares and lots of calls
Im fucked if they crash...

>> No.16163200

Going bankrupt like galt, snes, amrn, and whatever else gets shilled on here

>> No.16163308

Fuck it, I couldn't resist. the dip was to tempting. They're saying the stock is gonna rally to over 40 per soon, unless a market shat happens again.

>> No.16163321

What's the take on FANG?

>> No.16163349

The company I work for just opened up employee stock options. We get it at a 15% discount, and in about 10 minutes I'm going to this little employee stocks 101 thing. I currently have my contribution at 7%, max being 15%. We're doing great and I have no reason to think we'd be doing anything less than even better this time next year, so I'm considering upping my contribution. I guess my question is for anyone else who has done this before, you got any tips?

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Say my name boomies

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I bought the mgdonals

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Indices breaking green
HEXO spectral channel

Feels tight across the market. Things feel structured, poignantly crabbish today. Maybe some bigger move tomorrow to release the stored energy?

>> No.16163445

Someone I know gets to buy QuikTrip stock (not publicly available) and has done really well. Depends on your company, but almost any stock is great with a 15% discount. Unless you have horrible upper management, you should buy the max.

>> No.16163447

thanks man. really cool

>> No.16163461

you were supposed to wait until tomorrow for the McCheapies... oh well.

>> No.16163476

Right? MCD is a very predictable roller coaster...

>> No.16163495

i dunno we haven't had a buy signal on VXX like this since June...

>> No.16163497

Thank you. This company is REALLY good. We are publicly traded, and I actually had my eyes on our stocks before getting hired here (Feb 2019), so I figured I should just hold on tight and wait for that stock purchase program.

I have this fancy office job and I still feel like a kid sometimes. I just want to do everything right, you know?

>> No.16163540

what company, anon?

>> No.16163568

LCI i snt going bankrupt you faggot.. why do you do this?? Why do you come into this thread and spread false and misleading information??

LCI to $60

>> No.16163575

>LCI to $60
When? 12 months? 24?

>> No.16163590

I was worried about privacy but there are over 200 people in this WebEx alone, and there are a bunch of other sessions after this one so fuck it. It's Hilton.

>> No.16163660

12 hours

>> No.16163681

Not sure.. once it really gains some traction it could happen pretty quick.. this er might shake some short sighted weak hands out

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after it's passed 20, 40 and 50

>> No.16163707

Not expecting 4:30 to go well?

>> No.16163711

yeah they got me too

>> No.16163733

based but unchecked

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tfw up ONE dollar

>> No.16163759

I think the big institutions that own 99% of it are thinking longer term and this or the next quarter probably aren't too important to them, if it dips I have a feeling a lot of weak hands will jump ship and probably chase once they realize big money isn't selling.. if it does well then I think it'll continue to move up at a steady pace until next earnings...

I have no clue what will happen but I'm hoping for the best

LCI to $60

>> No.16163803

So you guys always buy the dip in stocks and just sell when you can get 10 percent or what? Seems like a really stable start.

>> No.16163808

QuikTrip is based. It's one of those companies like Chick-Fil-A I'd want to buy if only they were public.

>> No.16163850

I hope chikfila never goes public only cause they are too based to be a publicly traded company. Eg they’d have to open on sundays and no one controling company could publicly hate gays

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>So you guys always buy the dip in stocks and just sell when you can get 10 percent or what? Seems like a really stable start.

/smg/ is a very diverse place full of all kinds of different people. We all have different ideas and unique ways to lose money ;^)

some times you want to buy a stock just to try and sell it for a set gain in the short term (in this case, your profit target won't always be a set number like 10%, it should be based on historical and projected volatility).
Other stocks, you buy and hold because you know the company will keep doing well indefinitely. There are more strategies besides.
Each person's own investment/trading strategies should be based on their individual goals, resources, and risk tolerances.

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What's the point bros...
I just finished LotGH and I feel so empty. Like Solomon would say, I've grasped at smoke. I wish masterpieces would never end.

>> No.16163893

Do you guys have the free money cheat code? I want to put 10 million on UVXY.

>> No.16163914

Why is a food company so low in value?

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oh nice Dippy thanks for gifting me with more cheap T-babies. Now the stock is almost back to the previous close on the mad march to 40+

>> No.16163954

I need a fucking drink.

>> No.16163957

They're being pushed out of the Dairy game by cheaper products by Kroger & Walmart. The only good bit is that you can make a green wad during the upswings if you buy under $1. Hell the low was 0.73 per. I sold my stake at 1.03 not long ago.

>> No.16163971

It's literally
>use some base amount to get a loan
>buy stocks with all of it
>sell covered calls with the stocks you just bought
>use that money to get even bigger loans because Robinhood is retarded
It's that easy. You could have a million bucks in equity by close today.

>> No.16163980

>penny stocks
drink yourself to death idiot

>> No.16164027

why buy booze when you could buy hundreds of snss shares at this new low price instead

>> No.16164037

that's retarded, i want to long the calls not short them.

>> No.16164041

what an absolute bloodbath

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>> No.16164147

Should I buy SNSS? I could throw away some money. What do they make, why is it so low.
When it comes to food corporations, food corporations in my country have been rocketing. BUYBUY!. I've never been this happy that I invested in pork and oats.

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>So you guys always buy the dip in stocks and just sell when you can get 10 percent or what? Seems like a really stable start.
I just buy and hold 3x index ETFs then relax until I get more money and buy more. I mean SOXL is only up like 4000% since 2013.

>> No.16164178

They develope medicine that treats leukemia

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trade war? whats that?

jk I dont really care, I hold TGTX

>> No.16164193

>in at 62 cents
thank god im not as fucked over as you are..
was at 56 cents average now i got it down to 51, this will either be the best or worst thing for my portfolio

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So it's doomed to fail?

>> No.16164201

What are some other leveraged ETFs that you like?

>> No.16164219

They are literally curing cancer. However, I can't fault you if you want to invest in quality food companies, such as Kraft-Heinz.

>> No.16164241

Usual suspects. UPRO for a 3x S&P, SSO for 2x S&P when I'm feeling bearish. TQQQ 3x Nasdaq. When I had a small account and I wanted to day trade, I would buy one of the bull ETFs when it dipped then sell it's opposite if it shot back up in the same day.
For example if UPRO dips down and I buy then it shoots back up I then buy SPXS which is a 3x bear S&P ETF. I would do that instead of just selling UPRO so I wouldn't use up one of my day trades yet I'd still be flat. Then the next morning you sell both positions to get all your money back. Adjust accordingly if the market is really moving hard.

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Should I lighten my load of Mouse House for 0.65 a share? I’m scared of how bad earnings could be... I took profits before but also raised my DCA and now I’m overexposed.

>curing cancer

>> No.16164251

>I would buy one of the bull ETFs when it dipped then sell it's opposite if it shot back up in the same day.
Shit. That should buy "BUY" its opposite. Buy the bull on the dip then buy the bear when the market goes back up which essentially flattens your position.

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Mgdonal chan needs your support, baggie. Why do you hate america? Why do you want it to fail?

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If we ever get a trade deal, I might pick up some sweet little UDOW

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Bought 2k more of MCD.

Sooner or later there will be a state visit where Trump has a stack of Big Macs served. And he will tweet that photo.

And then we will all get rich.


>> No.16164293

We're gonna get it. No way Trump is going to go into the election empty handed on that one. My play is basically stay subscribed to the @realDonaldTrump market news feed and when he tweets something get ready to buy the dip on UDOW or whichever one you like then maybe sell some when it creeps back up ready to rebuy on the next tweet. Literally free money.

>> No.16164302

Is anyone else buying DF? What a piece of dogshit, but it's gotta bounce, right?

>> No.16164319

I bought some

>> No.16164333

Shit. I only bought back 5 of my 7 shares, it’s already recovered this far? I gotta hope for another dip to buy. Maybe there’s some salmonella...
Pretty much the play for months now.

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mugonal chan thanks you for your support

>> No.16164344

Why do you come in these threads and spread lies?

LCI to $4

>> No.16164412

Do you think ETSYanon took his losses, or is he just watching his money dwindle away?

PINS looks kinda interesting down here though.

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Mr. SNSS, my portfolio doesn’t feel so good...

>> No.16164497

Took profits on CVS

That was a fun little trade, nice 5%. Maybe it’ll get upgrades tomorrow, I wouldn’t mind holding it but I’m already too “diversified”

Kekekeke nice how’d you make that?

>> No.16164503

y'all got any of that dopamine?

>> No.16164514

GOURANGA! btw go to gouranga com. its the rockstar homepage lol

>> No.16164520

it's not a lie.. how about you do some DD and maybe post something with substance that backs up any of your claims.

LCI to $60

>> No.16164556

LB to $40

>> No.16164557

I bought PINS during the shat down. Got it at under 21 a share. (high being 36). Got in early and was a nice ride up to 36, sold then bid my time. Now I'm back in again. Plan to hold it this time though. Remember FB? It was on fire, then it tanked, now look at it.

>> No.16164608

the market doesn't care if you took out a loan to buy the dip

the market doesn't care about you

>> No.16164624

lol what is this shit volume?

>> No.16164625

TSLA to $250

>> No.16164638
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k I bought VFF again. Last attempt was a gamble resulting in break even stop out. This time I have a non-gamble legit buy signal from it. The last signal like this was back in July and it was a good one worth +20% on conservative practical entry/exit estimate.

pls don't dump on my weeds bears

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Ding ding ding! How did everyone do today? I'm down another .53%, disappoint red day. Odds I go to driving school evens I perform a pseudoscientific gall bladder cleanse

>> No.16164656

ahhhh jim beam

>> No.16164657

Here we go...

>> No.16164667

Sure the market cares about you.
It cares about taking your money from you.

>> No.16164669

Oh shit! The all clear signal I missssed itttt

>> No.16164686

Started off really green then everything slid into red. Down .6%

>> No.16164696

I've never had such heavy losses. And even worse in such a short time. Why wont tesla die? Why my puts die? Why nobody care about accounting fraud? Why get RCBd when drop .5% over 4 hours but no RCB when pump 3% in 2? Why? Why...? Why.....

>> No.16164698

Good solid average day. Up a modest amount. Everything in portfolio was green save for GOOS which stopped me out right after open as anticipated. Goos trade was a mild +3% win for me despite the move looking like it was a fake out trap in light of today's drop.

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Down -1.58% ($438). I got /CHK'd/ and /DF'd/ up the ass today.

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Ring Ding Dong


>> No.16164710
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Got a bullrun greenday thanks to being heavy in restaurants

>> No.16164711

I'm a bit better than break even. Nothing spectacular but SOXL is pumping already in after hours so yeah I think I'm going to get on that.

>> No.16164713
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I'm down $12

>> No.16164721

Up 1.37% (may change +/- due to MF updating later)

>> No.16164761

Up 1.77%

>> No.16164762
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That's TWO whole boxes of tendies.

>> No.16164772

I am down 12.37%.
I hope to be up more than that in BAC later.

>> No.16164780

Try being down $400 from Tesla puts.

>> No.16164785
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I’m buying SO MANY geo cheapies! I didn’t think it would get this low.

Otherwise, lots of bad happenings, some poor choices. My TNK put is going okay!

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CHK's director bought 250K shares at 0.85.

>> No.16164805
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Oh I forgot to add

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>> No.16164841

Shut the fuck up. A man just lost his tendies here.

>> No.16164875

Some people just have no respect. How will he put food on the table tonight?

>> No.16164877

you should probably sell that while theres still minuscule volume

>> No.16164887

>LCI doing good
>LCI drops after hours
What a shit day

>> No.16164890

Hope he saved some good boy points.

>> No.16164900

What about me? How many tendies is $400???

>> No.16164903

I guess they missed huh.

>> No.16164904

there is no volume on this drop..... like none

>> No.16164916

You missed the bounce you fucking brainlet. You are now what they call a "bagholder."

>> No.16164949

I'm almost tempted to buy more. But still what the fuck is this? Theres no volume, no movement. Just a hundred shares, or fuck even 10 or 50 here and there. Who's selling?

>> No.16164964

99% is held by institutions and 7% by insiders.. while 50% is short.. this is a game between big money....

>> No.16164975

Well fuck it. Bought more at 11.40. Cheapies to me

>> No.16165019

Near the end of the first quarter, we completed an $86.25 million convertible notes offering, due 2026, and used the net proceeds to pay down half of our outstanding Term A Loans. Our existing cash position exceeds the remaining balance of the Term A Loans, which mature in about one year. As a result of the transaction, we lowered our interest expense, strengthened our balance sheet and improved our financial flexibility."

For the fiscal 2020 first quarter, on a GAAP basis, net sales were $127.3 million compared with $155.1 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2019. Gross profit was $42.7 million, or 33% of total net sales, compared with $59.1 million, or 38% of total net sales. Net loss was $12.2 million, or $0.32 per share. Net loss for the prior year first quarter, which included asset impairment charges of $369.5 million, was $287.5 million, or $7.65 per share.

For the fiscal 2020 first quarter reported on a Non-GAAP basis, net sales were $127.3 million compared with $155.1 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2019. Adjusted gross profit was $52.6 million, or 41% of adjusted net sales, compared with $68.7 million, or 44% of adjusted net sales, for the prior-year first quarter. Adjusted interest expense was $15.3 million compared with $16.9 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2019. Adjusted net income was $8.8 million, or $0.22 per diluted share, compared with $16.9 million, or $0.44 per diluted share, for the fiscal 2019 first quarter.

>> No.16165025

Thanks fren, I’ve had my limit sell set for .65, and now that’s what the ask price is set at.

But I’ll lower it to .60. $15 would be nice, but $10 is $10.

>> No.16165066

>avg cost 11.10

>> No.16165076

the volume looks like someone is trying to scare people out of their shares

>> No.16165120
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>tfw DIS wins become losses
Fuck it, I don’t want to be stuck in this thing for over 2k when the streaming wars start. That’s more than I’m into NTDOY and MRK and I have more faith in those.

(Frozen 2 gonna clean up though)

>> No.16165133

Robinhood is showing inaccurate numbers for my account. As if I never deposited "x" amount of dollars according to the chart. Like $1,000 disappeared, even thiugh transfer history shows otherwise. How freaming hard is it to code a freaking graph. My graph shows different values over 5 years too, I havent had the app for 5 years but according to robinhood i've made and lost money on their app during a time i didnt even have the app.

Times i did have the app? Still inaccurate. Acts as if though i never made it back to my initial investment.

>> No.16165143

What's with these 1 share trades? Even for after hours that's fucking weird. I want more

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CWEB officially on knife catch watch. If it starts to trend back up i'm hopping on that.

>> No.16165172

imo big players already holding and doing just that.. holding... right now i think it's just retail and MMs playing with the bid/ask.. arca and edgx playing ping pong imo

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>> No.16165205

Why did lci skyrocket to 60 and why is it going back down?

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>> No.16165230

Can you explain this to somehow who hasn't studied finance or know anything about investing? I'm a management major so very interested in understanding the finance side and investing in good stable companies.

>> No.16165235

what are you talking about??

look at volume dude.. someone just trying to shake the tree..

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'cause it's a meme. Now, that said, it appears to be working its way to a possible second leg up here.

this is not a buy recommend I'm not responsible if you lose money you blame lciguy if you lose money it's his fault

>> No.16165241
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Guys I'm having a fucking fantastic week. The only thing I've done different is set goals and taken my wins when I'm ahead to put into shit to hold for months or possibly years instead of trying to just parlay everything until I blow up.

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>> No.16165310

lets work it back up to the ~15 range consolidate there then move to 20..

>> No.16165317

Idk robinhood is showing me inaccurate numbers. Gonna try to recuperate most of my loss and get out of the stock market or just use a little to play with.

>> No.16165330

Cramer buying ATVI and ABBV today.

He funny how until now he’s been pushing TTWO as THE vidya stonk. You guys like ATVI? I’m hoping for a bigger NTDOY dip myself.

Time to rebuy APHA yet? The ceo was on the cannabis investors podcast, ima give it a listen and see what I think about him. Looks like the rumored buyout speculation finished selling off.

>> No.16165331

Listening to lci?

>> No.16165335

So far my total return for the year is 9.56%. Not bad considering just how much I'm over in AMRN v.s rest of my holdings. Also that's damn good v.s last year when I was just "playing" and wound up down 52% (small amount of green though so no big deal)

>> No.16165353

yeah.. are you?

>> No.16165372

Lci is fucked bro

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>> No.16165391

Was recuperating losses. Sell 2 puts on a stock but no more as it was one I hadnt watched in a while. Consider closing it out at 0.05 loss per share as I realized this wasnt a good move at all. Total $10 loss if I close it. Not too bad but dont do it. Crashes nearly $1 after hours. My collateral? $1000. Ahhhhhhhhhh. At least I'll have shares unlike buy calls and puts that can expire worthless and you get no shares.

>> No.16165416

Yes! Over now.

>> No.16165418

Here's the rundown. I don't trade individual stocks, only index ETFs. In short it's cuz stocks can go to zero, conversely if an index ETF like SPY should go to zero you have bigger worries like food and ammunition. So we start with index ETFs for our strategy. Problem? Yes, index ETFs move too slowly. Solution? Leverage. Problem with leverage? If the underlying moves against you, your account can end up at zero, also there is only so much leverage you can get in stocks. So how do we get enough leverage with our index ETFs without losing everything? Well, there are other ETFs that use the S&P as the underlying that have built-in leverage at 3x which is plenty to make big money. So how do you keep from going broke if the S&P moves down more than 33 and a third percent causing the leveraged ETF to get margin called? Easy, the leveraged ETFs are rebalanced daily so each morning you start fresh at exactly 3x meaning the S&P has to move down 34% in a single day. So what then? Not gonna happen thanks to circuit breakers. What about "decay" from the daily rebalancing? Massively overblown non-issue for index ETFs. Also we're trading here not hodling like cryptards. The daily rebalance is the sauce that makes it work. With regular leverage, if you go long and the price drops your effective steadily increases until it hits infinity which is a margin call. Or the price rises and your leverage effectively decreases and you don't make as much. Daily balancing solves both issues. Good luck.

>> No.16165428

>Time to rebuy APHA yet?
TA says no. In fact VFF and TRUL are the only companies in the sector I have on watchlist reasonably in buy territory. OGI is very close but not quite.

>> No.16165435

Well that was pretty meh

>> No.16165452

you know you could have bought those shares on the open market for less than you're going to pony up, but then again you can just sell calls until some one takes them. Still whats that a 20% hit? $5 puts shit crashes a buck?

>> No.16165457

You should still be using a stop loss if you're trading leveraged etfs. All this stuff about black swan durability shouldn't factor in to it if you're using the appropriate safety net(s).

>> No.16165489

WU has been having an insane bullrun lately

>> No.16165495

Shares were at mid $5 before close. After close it went down to high $4. Last i saw it went up to low $5. Still have a chance but this was a reckless move to diversify my options.

>> No.16165508

To add I also sold the $5 put rather than the $6 put so avoided a big loss.

>> No.16165518

DIS will always be there unless Florida sinks due to global warming or a hurricane wipes the park off the land. T will always be there cause you know Cell Phones/Portable devices/computers all needing faster and reliable data pipes to handle the load. 5G will cause normal fucks to upgrade like crazy to the newest phone cause meh fatter data pipe for all those youtube videos they watch.

>> No.16165519

Yep, I've been refining my system for a while and it's pretty robust. Of course a gap down more than 33 and 1/3 percent in the same day would make the stop worthless but, I mean, what the hell would it take to precipitate that? Frackin armageddon or something. I also trade crypto and futures too so all my eggs aren't in the same basket. I even use different stock brokers for different strategies. One might even go so far as only buy half UPRO and half SPXL just in case one of them survived an extreme Black Swan somehow. Worth thinking about.

>> No.16165546
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>mfw made a $600 trade today
I think I'm finally getting it

>> No.16165547

Tell me what you think of this plan:

$2,500- MCD
$2,500 - YUM


>> No.16165548

I guess there's still more theta to burn on it then. Honestly, options are great. I think I'm going to make it. I'm going to start reading more, and like actually take this shit seriously. Instead of looking at charts not seeing anything I like but entering a position anyway, I'll just use a more patient approach. Focusing more on fundamentals, technicals, and news. I mean I'm totally going to make this market my bitch.

>> No.16165556

And you say that because volume?
I’m not seeing substantial volume on vff from my timeframe.

>> No.16165565

It’s a good plan. You’re a good kid.
Buy MRK below 83, especially if it sells off hard from the dem debate.

>> No.16165567 [DELETED] 

I thought the same thing when I made my intial loss back, most of it unrealized. Lost several thousands soon after.

>> No.16165611

Just looked at it. Stock is at breakeven value...after hours when there are less traders and likely no big companies trading. Gonna have to decide on whether
>I take a loss and close it
>keep it and sell monthly covered calls with it
>keep it and if it is close to purchase value sell the stocks at a loss

>> No.16165628
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Lol robinhood is probably glitching. It went up, briefly, by almost a dollar.

>> No.16165634

yeah.. i wasn't expecting too much.. just wanted to hear about the products and the debt.. this er was just confirmation to me that LCI management is following through with their plan and executing which they are

LCI to $60

>> No.16165644
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Partly but not entirely. Here, let me explain the bare bones part of my strat:
>ichimoku cloud: hide everything except the kijun line and kenkan line (default settings). These lines are called the base line and conversion line in tradingview
>Kenkan crossing above kijun is a buy signal, if and only if: price never crossed below kijun on that day and closed above the kenkan. This is signal for potential buy the following day.
>if price is trading below the kenkan on buy day, don't buy. If it crosses below the kijun, double extra don't fugging touch it
>kijun must not be angled downwards when you buy, must be flat or preferably angled up

Use additional widgets to confirm or invalidate buy signal. Use a different (faster) widget for exit signals. One of the most important shit checks is a volume based indicator to tell you whether the majority of the volume is buy side or sell side at the time.

Now, if you bring this stuff up and check McRonals chan, you will see that I bought in way the fuck below all these lines. Why? Because I like to gamble sometimes and I got a good feel.

>> No.16165654

Same here. Guess we’ll see how the market reacts to this tomo. Everyone should have kinda knew all this. I was hoping for a little something extra though. Maybe these shorts will just fucking die now...

>> No.16165674

I think the shorts were waiting for a bad earnings... it's quite.. but.. big money forsure is watching LCI and LCI just keeps doing better and better.. hopefully shorts slowly leave and provide a nice swing to 20-30 range

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Damn all these web terms I can’t wait to delve into whatever the heck you’re talking about.

Thanks. Will get back with questions once I understand.

>> No.16165716

Thank you, sir

>> No.16165736
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It's less complicated than it sounds, I promise. Also if you wanna be a weeb about it, and I do, you may call the ichimoku lines the onii chan and imouto.

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>> No.16165839

according to the latest fool article AMRN stock is expected to jump around 30% after they kick the FDA's ass. Further gains won't happen till 2020 gets moving along or the Holy Buyout kicks off. Which fits into my own personal theory that the Holy buyout deal will happen between the 15th and 27th of this year. It'll be sometime in 2020 before the deal is finally done and stockholders get there fat baggies. So 30% jump would be hitting the 30 per mark. Past 30 to 50 your looking into 2020 before that happens. The Holy buyout would see you get $60 per share (30 x 2)

>> No.16165849

I dunno what you said but I will research

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>hide everything except the kijun line and kenkan line

so just use moving averages

>> No.16165895

How you plotting the Dem debate to factor? If it favours Warren's universal would it make the stock rise since they can just start ripping off the gov, or down because they'll regulate prices?

>> No.16165903

every line in the ichimoku is just a different moving average

>> No.16165920

except the lagging span

>> No.16165922

Moon moving averages, yes. Plus volume indicator plus one or two other things to shit check the signal. And this only works for swing trades. Don't use to day trade and of course don't bother with any of this crap for long hold investing.

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for illustration. I swing trade instead of investing because I'm trying to do pic related.

>> No.16165935

I don't use any TA for my "hodl eternally strategy", but Ichimoku is still one of my favorite TA indicators

>> No.16165948

>Lose like $5600 in equity
>Go home
>Drink booze
>Feel better
Thanks, booze.

>> No.16165951

But of course the longer it takes before the Holy Buyout happens post Dec 28th the fatter your green baggie is likely to be. Reason being is due to the stock price and it's ever upward motion post Dec 28th. Consider; stock price hits $50 per by eoy 2020. Buyout deal happens. Your looking at $100 per share. Me for ex, I'd get 80,000.00.

>> No.16165973
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Oh and never buy before earnings unless you have fundamental reasons to believe the company will beat expectations AND the stock is unlikely to sell off on the good news. Also this is not science. This is astrology.

>> No.16165987

Here's an extremely gentle introduction: https://www.thetraderisk.com/trading-leveraged-etfs-for-max-profits/

>> No.16165992

So etfs are just diverse portfolios sold as stocks? Are you more just buying the rep of the people managing it than the companies themselves?

>> No.16166026

Make no mistake, the Holy buyout will happen. To much Profit there over 10 years to just let some small company keep it all. Big Pharma won't let that Profit just slip past them. Sure the cost to buy AMRN will be high but compared to the Profit they'd reap it'd be a drop in the bucket to them. Even if the CEO is kinda saying G.I.A, once those heavy bags stuffed full of green lands on AMRN's board table, well the tune will change mighty fast.

>> No.16166030

>lose like $1k cause tsla cucks
>go home
>drink vodka
>dont feel better
>I hate vodka
I have an alcohol problem and bought vodka cause I thought it would help me slow down. It just makes me wanna drink it faster instead of sipping on something like scotch.
Fuck Tesla.
Fuck Vodka.

>> No.16166033

There are actively managed ETFs and passively managed ETFs. Check what kind first and, if actively managed, read the outfit's explanation on how. Compare against similar ETFs for expense ratio, dividend (if applicable), and performance.

>> No.16166059

>drinking over $1k
I lost $10K by being an idiot last week.

>> No.16166077

Fix your life nigger. I was a alcohol for 10 years before I started fixing my shit.

>> No.16166138

An ETF is a way to trade assets that aren't individual stocks on the stock exchange. Wanna trade the euro without a forex account? FXE. Wanna trade oil? USO. Esoteric instruments like volatility? VXX. And on and on. SPY tracks the S&P 500 so that's a way to trade it. The leveraged ETFs are exactly what they sound like. Don't overthink it. Pick something that tracks what you like and buy.

>> No.16166155

SDYL and NEED but you cant sell options on them like TQQQ

>> No.16166195

Biden blows it or warren kills it: healthcare sector sells off (cheapies)

>> No.16166198

the very extra cute girl in class said, and I quote, "that was GOOD" in reference to my presentation today

>> No.16166227

Ask her out immediately.

>> No.16166234

So you're trading, effectively, stocks in commodities for companies but they're not actually for that commodity. I get that the price of oil changes but if its not value in the company what is the stock actually attached to? Sorry I'm actually just very new to this.

>> No.16166254

*not actually for that company?

Like you're betting against the price of oil not the value of exxonn? But then.. What does the stock represent I don't understand. Is it then just not straight gambling.

>> No.16166271

h-hey do you wanna come over and watch charts turn red and get wasted on various whiskeys while we pretend to be connoisseurs

>> No.16166299

Nvm found some guides. Just sounds like it comes down to do you like the company, or do you trust the mutual fund more in terms of long term investments.

>> No.16166344

>was a alcohol for 10 years
Nobody drank you?

Wat u do?

>> No.16166406

Question, do you get beta slippage or do you sell when things dip? Or you hold because you expect it to continue back on a positive trend? Do you recommend any good platforms for leverage? Like no or low interest etc

>> No.16166421


I see people suggesting/shilling for REFR from time to time. Someone even predicted that it will go from $3 something to $30.00 / share in 2020. I looked into the company. It looks like they have a useful, solid product with many potential applications, but I don't see why the stock price would grow at such a rapid pace. Do you, or anyone have actual information on why to expect such a large and rapid increase in stock price?

Thanks, in advance.

>> No.16166440

My perspective is different from most. I don't think, so I trust this company? Or do I like natural gas this winter? Or really any of that. I look for assets to buy that in my opinion are likely to follow certain patterns. Do I believe that in the long term the price will be higher than it is today? Is there likely to be tradable volatility in the short and medium term? Is it extremely unlikely to go to zero? If it is a leveraged product, what is the likelihood of a complete loss of principle? And so on like that. I don't care what the underlying is, whether it is a company, a derivative, a commodity, digital collectible, currency or anything else. I only care what pattern it follows. If I like what I see, I buy. And for what it's worth there are no individual companies that meet my requirements so I don't invest there.

>> No.16166455

The tech they have has the potential to become auto industry standard and eventually be in every vehicle like windshield wipers. This potential has been the story behind this company for years now so it still could take years for this to happen. I have a small position myself and just set and forget.

>> No.16166470
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Yes. Those exact words.

>> No.16166506

Would work on me. But I'm guy so idk. That sounds fucking wonderful.

>> No.16166509



>> No.16166520

I base my entries on support and resistance like most traders and I go into a trade with a well defined thesis. My exit comes when the price action concludes the thesis. I might buy at or below previous support and sell at the next highest previous support if the asset is on a big dip. I basically buy high and sell higher. The edge comes by shrewdly spotting those areas of support. I don't actually use leverage with ETFs other than what's built in to the instrument itself. That is, I don't use margin there. When I want leverage trading indexes or commodities I use futures and the cheapest futures broker I've found is Amp Clearing. You can open a $15,000 contract on the S&P micro with only $40 so do the math on that. Round trip trade is only a few dollars too. The numbers come out to about 1/100 what it costs to trade in e.g. crypto assuming a 0.2% fee both ways. Taxes are much better for futures too.

>> No.16166527
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Oh, I didn’t realize you didn’t do longer position trades. You were the guy reading the leaves on my nintendies right?

The iron doesn’t stay hot for long.

>> No.16166549

Gambled on biotech and then sold when it dropped for week straight hitting my tolerance limit with no signs of turn around. Of course it regained half of its losses over the next two days. I'll make it back eventually, so I will get over it, but can't stop hating myself for being such a fucking moron and breaking my own rules about how much I am willing to risk. I guess the best lessons are always learned the hard way.

>> No.16166566

>The iron doesn’t stay hot for long.
i wont see her until wednesday, ill see if i can make noises w/ my mouth at her

>> No.16166593

>I guess the best lessons are always learned the hard way.
Learning from other peoples' mistakes is the best way, but learning from your own mistakes is what sticks.

>> No.16166632

ROKU -15% post market earnings. back to the shitter we go. that was an impressive 50% bounce though

>> No.16166656

That gives you a week to practice. If you can meet someone more attractive before then, you’ll be under less pressure.

>> No.16166659

You are correct.

>> No.16166685

practice?? like w/ other girls?

>> No.16166695

Prob gonna unload my SWPPX fund. Hell it tracks the exact same stocks that's in my VFIFX fund. So kinda redundant to have them both.

>> No.16166696

Yes, practice your mouth noises

>> No.16166739

No. Just rub one, or more, out before her arrival, so you can think with the big head, not the little one, while she's there.

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she was right
your presentation was FANTASTIC

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>> No.16167000

I'm at a point in my life where I don't have to give presentations anymore
And let me tell you, it feels so fucking good
I don't even have to do very many meetings at my job. I just get to do actual work and get paid for it ;)

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>Oh, I didn’t realize you didn’t do longer position trades. You were the guy reading the leaves on my nintendies right?
Correct and yes. I only stay in until profit take point is hit, exit widget says sell, or I get stopped out. The point being to reduce my exposure to drawdown and free up cash for the next trade instead of waiting things out.

Speaking of Nintendo, none of this TA stuff would have helped for the most recent volatility. It was saying bearish to neutral right up until that monster move on earnings beat. It could have been chased by buying the gap up that morning but that kind of entry is low percentage. Wait till following day to buy, okay, then maybe make 3%-ish when selling the following red? A win but not great and high risk on top. Now if you were already in for fundamental reasons you would have rode the whole move. But then on that same strategy you're most likely not taking out partial profits on the spike.

>> No.16167125

well Roku just had another big shat. down 15% now.

>> No.16167336

bros i bought 75 shares of fitbit at 7.12 what do

>> No.16167390

I was already in, but hadn’t built out my full position. Didn’t add to the spike or take profits on it, probably should have, but I’m thinking I’ll hold through the holidays. Really hoping I get a nice pullback to add to but... who knows

If I do, it’ll probably spook me anyhow.

>> No.16167404

People. I'm thinking of taking ~5K USD and starting to muck about in the market with it. What broker is the least likely to eat me alive with fees and other costs.

>> No.16167424

Hey I was banned but now I'm back


>> No.16167441

Also fuck jannies, kikes and niggers.

>> No.16167469

Basically everyone is doing no commission trades these days.

>> No.16167492

Stop trying to blend in as one of us, rahul.

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Oh sweet! Muh Canadian choo choo train stock CNR got some good news after close today. Apparently they moved a record volume of grain. I don't pretend to understand the fundies involved with rail freight but this certainly sounds good and the stock is also in very nice short term bullish trend.

>Western Canadian grain movements totaled 2.8 million metric tonnes (mt) of grain and processed grain products in October, beating a previous record of 2.7 million mt in April 2019.
>The record comes as cold and wet weather at the start of the 2019-2020 harvest season curtailed grain shipments for both Canadian National (CN) and Canadian Pacific (NYSE: CP). The adverse weather conditions "negatively affected the pace of grain deliveries, leaving rail capacity significantly under-utilized," CN said. Nonetheless, CN has moved over 6.7 million mt since the start of the Canadian harvest season Aug. 1.


>> No.16167558

What company? Send us insider info

>> No.16167569

I'll go in with you anon. Let me know when to get out.

>> No.16167605

fucking max it out retard

>> No.16167637

You really want to invest in a hotel chain when their business is bing disrupted by Airbnb and vrbo?

>> No.16167649

Not really. Airbnb is a different model

Hotel chains are still a good return because most of their fixed assets are already paid for, they just get less return because they have to lower price to keep demand. As the convenience service sector keeps growing like uber eats etc the hotel chain will keep going. People want convenience and reliability. Hotels will never go under unless liz bans planes because global wymen

>> No.16167677

Airbnb is supposed to IPO some time next year. That will be fun.

>> No.16167691

thank you based dividend anon

>> No.16167834

Womyn are global, it’s a real issue. Nowhere is safe.

I like this new “all IPOs are bad” attitude. Opposite of dot com fever.

Fuck the Saudis though, fuck that IPO. Xi and Trump are pumping this shit. I really think it might be time to buy oil.

>> No.16167843

What's the downside to buying a bunch of stocks and then just writing covered calls on them? I know it limits gains but is there anything else?

>> No.16167911

taxes and other inefficiencies

if you buy and hold stocks for >1 year, your capital gains are all taxed with long-term rates at the end. you have to buy/sell against the spread twice, ever.
If you are selling calls, collecting premium, and buying the stocks back if they get called away, you have a lot more going on. You have to be trying to maximize your efficiencies on collecting the premium. you end up fighting the spread a lot more often. And because you're buying/selling more often, you are going to probably be paying taxes on most of your gains every year, which chips into your compounding now, instead of putting off paying the taxes until the end of your compounding.

let me know if it makes sense :/

>> No.16168014

Because they an still go down

>> No.16168069

The stocks go up, you get assigned and fuck yourself out of your gains

>> No.16168136

I understand what you are saying.

True, but I still made money from the premium. Then I can write more.

Yup, but I still made money, just not as much as I could have.

I'm thinking of doing this with 100 shares of SPY and nobody has convinced me not to yet

>> No.16168229

make sure to compare your performance (post-tax) to the relevant index, and the ETF that tracks that index:

If you end up doing a lot of work and under-performing PBP on a long term, tax adjusted basis, you can always throw in the towel, buy PBP, and achieve the same strategy (as long as your strategy is a simple, monthly at-the-money call write)

>> No.16168245

Look up the wheel strategy. Sounds like it might be a good fit for you. You're gonna make it.

>> No.16168316

Another thing to consider is your personal tax rate. If your gains are being taxed at 12%, that's less of a concern than if your gains are taxed at a higher rate like 24% or 37%.

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guys there's no close account option on robinhood

>> No.16168378


Someone redpill me on SNSS. Seems like another shitty pharma company whose lost most of its value over the past 5 year. Is there a fundamental reason why it should pump back up?

>> No.16168450

Tell me about SNSS pls

>> No.16168691

my ETF plan for the remainder of the year:

making a profit on the periphery of the Aramco IPO:

Holiday Sales:


(obviously I expect holiday sales to be robust)

selling off most broad indexes to focus on these events, keeping some GLTR, AWTAX, and bonds.


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>> No.16168740

>selling off most broad indexes to focus on these events, keeping some GLTR, AWTAX, and bonds.

*just US Treasuries

*selling off most broad indexes (IWM, QQQ, etc) except SCHB

>> No.16168746



I'm looking for genuine feedback.

>> No.16169248


new thread before this one dies


futures are down

great ETFs very nice

>> No.16169502

Thank me later

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