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>> No.17400705

buy KHC

>> No.17400717

Cute Pic OP!

>> No.17400743
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Is the market going to implode this week? The great virus scare and the rise of the Bernie tides?

Should I liquidate half my folio? Should I go all in on GALT?

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Buy SNSS. There is not much time left.
Also nobody better get mad at me when that 400mg data hits with shit like "WHY WEREN'T YOU MORE CONVINCING!?" Since I gave you 7 months of warning to do DD and buy in.

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Reposting this: theres still 2k on this account if anons wanna throw meme shit at me since my mom is already dumb enough
To the people who were wondering what she was thinking - she joined a trader "chatroom" where the top guy was just unloading his bags to retards

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Flee to the safety and security of Coca-Cola. It won't get contaminated, and stays good during your entire WuFlu confinement

>> No.17400784

I get crypto is a room temperature IQ meme but what will happen to it on Monday?

>> No.17400785
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i'm holding AG anon

>> No.17400787

Ath callpocalypse

How red will it be?

>> No.17400790

Not at all

>> No.17400793

same as alway: up and down

>> No.17400798

Disney, this is going to collapse, right anons?
I bought last week, what do?

>> No.17400799

For Monday:
Buy puts on Korea, Italy, Japan ADRs
Buy puts on German companies expiring in a month or two
Buy AMERICAN tech calls (no foreign tech)
Buy puts on anything remotely volatile and sell mid-week
Buy cheapies at any given opportunity

Good strat?

>> No.17400803

Over 10k imo
It should be gold
think we get sell offs

>> No.17400805
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>YFW there could be another coronvirus brewing right at this very moment after some chink brutalized a sick pangolin and ate it alive

>> No.17400806

Any other PCY chads or otherwise sovereign debt bros among us?

>> No.17400815

Disney is not going to collapse dude. You're safe.

>> No.17400818

Why usa tech calls? Why do you want leverage long now?

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>> No.17400835

Why? AG looks like shit.

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>> No.17400843

Insiders sold a lot of actions, funds reduced their positions, it seems there will be a strong correction down, at least 5/10%
Is it a realistic scenario?

>> No.17400846

>puts on Korea, Italy, Japan ADRs
Idk dude, they're already pretty far down
maybe Italy puts
I agree with the rest

>> No.17400854

DDD earnings week

3d printing

Not too optimistic but holding longterm

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Virus is still literally nothing top kek. Doesn't mean that it won't fuck with the market more, though.
>t. epidemiologist

>> No.17400875

>puts on German
because of corona? no way, there were like 10 cases and half of them are already cured

>> No.17400878

Futies are almost here lads
The anticipation is killing me

>> No.17400900

Case reports are after futures open tho

Need asia to wake up and move

>> No.17400908

soxl puts are gonna make me so much money next week

>> No.17400909

Korea is going full-lockdown mode soon and I don't think that's been accounted for yet. Japan is the one I'm more hesitant about because they're pretty resilient.

If it starts spreading in Europe out of Italy the Germany economy will take a hit regardless of whether Germany is infected badly.

>> No.17400918

They might take a hit since half of their visitors are asians but it won't be permanent. Disney has been going strong for decades and they just keep growing, against all odds

>> No.17400925

Funds reducing position doesn't mean they think it will go down. Most likely it hit their price target so they sold some. Or it made up too much percent of their profile so they rebalanced. Or even they are following some cycle and move money into different industries at different times. Really, theres a lot of reasons.

>> No.17400930

I think the USA will ultimately gain from all this, it will be a safe haven. One or two weeks of turbulence in foreign markets though.

>> No.17400944

>puts in a bull market
Why do retards keep doing this?

>> No.17400946

Didnt a samsung factory close down already?

>> No.17400980

do you think now is a good time to go long on US? might drop a bit more i could imagine

>> No.17400985

you sound like a brainlet

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>tfw my father is traveling to spain for 2 weeks this thursday

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>virus is nothing I read a study based on Chinese statistics that R0 is 3 kek worse than a flu its a nothingburger

>> No.17401013

I think that happened on the 22nd, hasn't been priced in yet. I mean if the market opens in free-fall I won't have the chance to do anything but I'm hoping there will be a delay.

Either Monday or Tuesday is my bet. If we can't even trust the USA to weather the storm we are all fucked anyway and I'll be selling everything by EOW because it will get a lot worse. If the US economy takes too big a hit then it's over.

>> No.17401016

Commie dem nominee
Virus fears
Already high pe multiple with heavy call plays
Also more attention to stock market than normal
Q1 er virus hit

Its hard to want to buy right now

>> No.17401020

Disney a good buying opportunity. I don't care about their theme parks, I like their aggressive streaming strategy.

People panic selling because theme park profits will be hit aren't seeing the bigger picture.

>> No.17401029

It is a nothinburger but the normies steer the market and if they're spooked it's going down.

>> No.17401033

Oh and xi has said the virus hasnt peaked on fri

>> No.17401037

their superbowl ad was very well done.
excited to see Disney+ come up

>> No.17401042

shutting down supply chains, tourism, and travel isn't a "nothingburger" stop flouting your fake arrogance

>> No.17401053

I mean health-wise it's a nothinburger, economically it is obviously fucking shit up.

>> No.17401060

I'm speaking about TA, not FA in the long period, in the short it seems that it's gone too high in the last months, so probably it would lose a 5-10% before

>> No.17401070

>t. epidemiologist
Well I'm a coronavirus, and my brethren have already breached europe, it's over for you meatsack

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I just rode out the collapse of this company with 30 billion in puts, from almost the top of its bubble in integrated oil, in the fake stock market. am I ready yet senpais

>> No.17401074

With as much as Disney now owns in the media industry, you may as well be buying an index fund on entertainment.

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tick tock

>> No.17401158

what about nvidia? Did anyone look at the chart? What's going to happen on monday?

>> No.17401231

90’s Simpson’s was too good
Pangolins are some of the coolest animals on the planet, fuck chinese endangered creature eaters.

And fuck bears.

>> No.17401232

>Did anyone look at the chart?
After some extensive TA I've concluded that it will either go down or up

>> No.17401238

GALT, buy my bags

>> No.17401239

Well the worst that could happen for me is that I go from a 90% loss to a 100% loss

>> No.17401258

I look forward to this still being nothing in 2 weeks and rubbing all of your retarded doom faggotry in your face. :)

>> No.17401267

I agree it doesn't appear to be exceptionally dangerous. It is and will, however, cause a lot of economic problems. I am not looking forward to the next earnings season in a couple months. I may do some shorting around that time.

>> No.17401284

you bought at how much?

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>t. epidemiologist
Oh bullshit. You’ve taken a class on it or what?

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i hope you retards are ready for the market crash in march. kek himself confirmed it + some CDC anon tranny said it also. i believe them more than you fags.

>> No.17401312

All in on straddles, got it

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>> No.17401325

Purchased 13 TQQQ last wednesday. Feeling bad. Should I keep them?

>> No.17401334

depending on what open is like tomorrow, sell or keep. sell at first chance of break-even or plus money. this shit is gonna dump so fucking hard itll make bitcoin look like a dead-cat.

>> No.17401336

k, keep me posted as it spreads like wildfire through india & se asia and gains a foothold in europe

>> No.17401339

A definite slowdown is already happening IRL, concerts and big events are being canceled everywhere, sales will go down in a lot of fields.

>> No.17401341

lmao kys tranny. if you don't have access to institutional data about it yet then you must be from bumblefuck north dakota

>> No.17401349

>am I ready yet senpais
Yeah I'd say so. What are you shorting next?

>> No.17401356

so what about our guy /spce/?

>> No.17401366

the market needs to crash because quality and culture is so much better when businesses have to actually try and work for their margins. Everybody wants cash at the bottom, so everybody in every industry is trying to cut costs yet bring in more cash. Just look at the movies and music that came out in 2008, the Ipod was actually a high quality item during that period, things like blockbuster finally started to bite the bullet because of their shitty business models. We need a crash so content is actually good again, I fucking hate top ten youtube video money train shit.

>> No.17401367

im waiting to see if any big name celebries/sports, etc contract it. giving how many people attend sporting events, its actually amazing there hasnt been a confirmed case (but im assuming it will happen sooner than later).

>> No.17401392

holy fuck i gotta move to russia


how is this country not the most based? oh wait, it is.

>> No.17401408

You better buy before summer.

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probably something here

>> No.17401447

its more deadly than the flu. its mortality rate based on fake chinese underreported numbers so far is between 3-5%

to compare, the flu has a mortality rate of about .2%, and the famous deadly spanish flu pandemic of 1918 had a mortality rate of about 2%.

so covid19 is already more than twice as deadly as the famous spanish flu that killed 20 million people in 1918 (before there was air travel and large 10 million+ population dense cities)

covid19 is more infectious than the flu, people catch it just from breathing the same air in a room with an infected person. covid19 also displays only mild symptoms for a long initial incubation period during which the infected is highly contagious. so you have people who are sick without realizing it, and walking around spreading disease as they go about their business.

china would not be shutting down their country taking trillions in losses for "just a flu bro"

>> No.17401461

Who builds sick hi-tech medical robots and stuff? Whose company is Sarif Industries? Who develops AI surgeons? I'd like more in healthcare besides pharma stocks.

>> No.17401465

Economically illiterate question:

Why doesn't everybody buy stocks instead of saving in a bank? The annual interest rate on savings account seems significantly lower than the annual increase in the value of stocks. So why not just put any money you want to save into buying stocks from a business which is practically guaranteed to keep growing?

>> No.17401471

Ah so you’re just playing pretend on the Internet

That’s cool. My dad works for Nintendo and knows how to find pikablu

>> No.17401476

what application is that?

>> No.17401493
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Anybody invested in a company that researches or produces graphene stuff?

>> No.17401498

Because boomers are vile and would step on your neck if they thought it'd buy them another minute on earth.

>> No.17401501

because theyre paycheque to paycheque boomer.

he doesnt get it brah. hes mentally incapable of processing information if its not directly fed to him by MSM.

if youre seriously considering buying stocks at such an unstable time....

>> No.17401504

because not everybody has time to wait for money to grow. if you are 70 years old do you want to risk your lifetime savings that you need to survive the last 10 years of your life in stocks? a bear market could wipe your savings and last the rest of your remaining life

>> No.17401519

when was the last time we had a bear market? yeah............................

>> No.17401520

>Why doesn't everybody buy stocks instead of saving in a bank?
A couple reasons
>1. Most people are financially retarded
>2. Stocks are volatile, and that means risk
>3. There are never any actual guarantees on the stock market.
Non retards diversify their holdings to hedge against financial ruin while still getting gains

>> No.17401521 [DELETED] 

*bricht sich alle knochen*

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>> No.17401531

Don't catch that knife until corona chan is starting to taper off. Speculative stuff like that is the first to get dumped in market instability.

>> No.17401532

Lmao at how triggered these NEETs get whenever you tell them no Great Equalizer is coming

>> No.17401533

Anyone financially literate will put their savings into an index fund and only keep maybe 5-10K in savings for an emergency. The only problem is that many people are in such deep debt that they have no savings at all.

>> No.17401539

it's called "wallstreet raider", it's a game not a trading application. They used it to teach Harvard finance classes about the market in the early 00's, I would highly recommend trying it. I'm mostly just shitposting because I made the best trade I've ever done in that game, netted me 7-8,000% gains in 2 years.

>> No.17401562

maybe youre too young but i graduated in 2009 and couldnt find work even at a mcdonaldsor big box wagecuck slaveshop. all the boomers were clogging up the minimum wage jobs because they got dropped from their do-nothing $80k/yr chair warmer jobs

>> No.17401570

Its simple, they don't know. Ask a normal person about stocks and their eyes will glaze over and call it gambling. Maybe they will say something about a 401k.

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Try it out Mr. Officer, very fun to play when market is closed

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Thank you.

>> No.17401585

debt is the main thing. nobody has extra money for stocks because all their wage money goes straigth into their credit card or student loan debt

>> No.17401588

I don't know enough about boomer culture to comprehend this...
>>3. There are never any actual guarantees on the stock market.
Sure, but on a year-to-year basis, it looks to me like you can be fairly confident that stocks in classic firms like Walmart and Apple are gonna rise, right?

>> No.17401597

oops didn't mean to quote post 3

>> No.17401622

It's really crazy how many people spent their entire lives in the red. I have a horrific phobia of debt so I have never been in that position thankfully, but people seem more than willing to impulse buy the most frivolous shit imaginable and spend 10 years paying it off.

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>It's just a cold! China always closes for a cold! Nothing burger!!

>> No.17401639

There's 2 types of boomers. Blood sucking vampires who go out of their way to keep people poor by gating things in a retarded way and retarded sheep who get fed on by the vampire boomers and are used to regurgitate things like "just save your money in the bank" and "hard work pays off" without any proper context.

>> No.17401641

>Sure, but on a year-to-year basis, it looks to me like you can be fairly confident that stocks in classic firms like Walmart and Apple are gonna rise, right?
Maybe that's true for index funds and some real consumer staples like coke, but even just looking at apple for example, they nearly went bankrupt in the 90's. Giants CAN fall, it's just unlikely, there is always risk.
Index funds though, they're a pretty safe bet, what (imo) everyone should be doing is dollar cost averaging into a diversified portfolio of index funds. Takes a while for it to get real gains, but it's relatively very low risk.

>> No.17401701

>"wallstreet raider"

>> No.17401728

Whatever dude. I'm not going to freak out like a chimpanzee and start wearing a mask and stockpiling essentials because some chinks are dying on the other side of the ocean.

>> No.17401746

Debt and people live paycheck to paycheck are you two biggest reasons. The other has to do with them being risk adverse, although that can be dealt with by just dumping money into a Fund instead of just stocks. You take some poor fool, he graduates college up to his ass in debt right from the get go, he has to pay his other bills and somehow feed himself and hope to hell he can land a job that pays enough to cover it all. Then he has to hope that said job just don't get "cut" one day due to corporate downsizing.

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Austria and Germany just blocked all rail traffic across the border to Italy.
Its all closed. All connections are shut down.

>> No.17401785

Diversified index funds? What the fuck you gonna buy, Emerging Market jokes? Junk bonds? Sustainability memes?

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>its a nothingburger! I'm long AMD and SPCE calls! hurrrrrrrrrr

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shill me the next 10x

>> No.17401800

In the 80's/90's/00's getting a good job straight from college was a pretty safe bet. Now not so much. To many degrees floating around in "whatever", to many uh, foreign people getting preferred treatment due to diversity is good mentality. Basically if your a white dude and you have a college degree today about all it's good for is to wipe your ass with and that's it.

>> No.17401801

Maybe the market tanks and you need that car. Only option you have is to sell at a loss.

For long term investing though? Sure. Buy some stocks or some ETF and wait 30 years.

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bump for this

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Nice YTD.

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>>tfw my father is traveling to spain for 2 weeks this thursday
RIP. spain will be next.

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who shorting WHO and CDC tomorrow?

>> No.17401863

I planned on going there next week
I might cancel though. The flight was like 20€ so whatever

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>> No.17401903

>muh poxy-clips motherfucka

>> No.17401906

Which penny stocks that are listed on an actual exchange that haven't mooned in any way, shape, or form, should I buy tomorrow?

>> No.17401917

ontx is holding bullish

>> No.17401933
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Nigger, it hasn't even peaked in Hubei, the independent clusters in other providences in China are just heading up, and it's only just begun in the rest of SE Asia. Plus yield curve inverted before this all began. The probability of a global recession is nigh 100%

Position yourself now to profit from the bodies hitting the floor

>> No.17401941

SWPPX - S&P 500 Fund. Low cost, just 0.02. No minimums. All you need is $52 to get started cause that's the cost of "1 share". Can use whole dollar amounts to bag partial "shares" V.S an ETF where you must use the exact share price amount as it's given. Pays out 0.87 in Divvy annually per "share". You can reinvest this. Really for the cash strapped dude this is your cheapest and safest way to start building a nest egg

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>> No.17401962

Pretty sure this is word for word the advertisement I got this morning from some boomer newsletter I got from buying from a PM exchange.

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What’re the odds Apple is just getting ahead of this shit?
Anyone else think they may be setting up for another “underpromise overdeliver” quarter?

>> No.17401983

I've got 12,200 shares and I'm ready for the lift off man.

>> No.17402002

based. time to short pasta

>> No.17402004

Use a ROTH IRA so you can pull out your principal without getting hit with fees.


>> No.17402016

No, but finding a niche and becoming an expert (by doing research) is one way to make lodes e mone before everyone else
If you're interested in graphene, go learn everything about it that you can: how it's made, where the raw inputs come from, who owns the patents, whose researching new ways of doing it, who is the leader in the sector, etc etc etc

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>> No.17402053

zero, although now theyve learned the valuable lesson to not outsource product manufacturing to 3rd world shitholes

>> No.17402072

I'm already positioned, I have the vast majority of my equity in cash (I'm only holding about 1.3K in stocks and almost nothing in calls right now) and I'm ready to buy puts at a moment's notice. I just don't think we're in for the apocalypse yet.

>> No.17402081

7400 here. anticipation growing by the day.

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Dunno, if china wants to keep any of its trading partners happy, it's probably going to be apple.

They can force people to go back to work regardless of how scared they are.

>> No.17402088

I should add that half of those stocks are gold/silver mining so I'm not even worried about those. I'm hedged.

>> No.17402098

First thing I will do tomorrow
Their Chinese factories are either not working or manned by 10% the usual manpower.
Unless Powell can print iPhones, zero chance.

>> No.17402116

This. China has never in its thousands of years of history ever overthrown a government due to the government killing people to keep itself rich.

>> No.17402150

Who even cares really. Even with all this shit hitting the fan, they're barely down at all. Apple is indestructible.

>> No.17402157

Westerners should read more about Japan's problems in the 90s. Its a facinating topic and Japan has never recovered from that time.
Its more important to Jap culture than everything else Id say.
I have never been to China, but how do people view the mandate of heaven stuff today?
Not in a religious sense, as most Chinks I have met were atheists, but more as a cultural "Then we should overthrow the gouvernment" thing.

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its ogre rip spce

>> No.17402212

I saw this on /tv/ earlier today and was literally in tears
R.I.P. in Pieces flat earth-kun, big round corp wins again

>> No.17402233

>when there's no earnings beat/miss to trade


>> No.17402241

This is an SPCE sell signal.

>> No.17402246

I don't live in china, I'm not chinese, everything I know is from my white west coast chinaboo friend (haven't talked to him in years) and videos on youtube

What I do know is that china has a distinct north and south, and various pockets of isolation due to mountains, and that the "chinese government" really only extends as far as paved roads go

>> No.17402253

>Flat earth
>When there are clearly hills all around you


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When the hell is the stock market going to start falling?

>> No.17402276

I thought actually got somewhere up in the sky and then crashed, but he barely reached like 500 meters.
>the "chinese government" really only extends as far as paved roads go
Probably. I have been close to Chinas western border and its just rural mountains. No gouvernment can control whats happening there. Nor do they care as long as the mines are working and nobody shoots at them.

>> No.17402281

Tomorrow kek

>> No.17402288

>stock market: that's my secret, captain, I only go up

>> No.17402303

Hope you can buy some puts pre market. Japan, Korea and Italy are on my dump list

>> No.17402308


I kept assuming it was inevitable. Thought about pulling out of my Vanguard ISA at the start of the year, then had a slight drop in January, but this month it's risen higher than any other month since I've first invested.

>> No.17402320

Wow you bought the absolute top. That's amazing.

>> No.17402323

SPCE is this week for fuck sakes. Do a tiny bit of research

>> No.17402338
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>It's surged 100% in the last 12 months, I'm sure it'll kept this pace forever!!
>I'm ready to catch some failing knifes and lose dosh on faggot miners when they over extend during the PM boom!
Cash is trash and silver is shit. If you're going to be in Ag you should be in bullion ETFs so you can dump them when Au peaks

>> No.17402361

>Hope you can buy some puts pre market
that's not really how the options market works
CRON is also this week...
Also Marriott. I exitted my short but I would not be surprised if they issue terrible guidance because of corona... could be worth a put, or selling a call spread.

goodness! is he okay?
do you think he'll ever fly again?

>> No.17402362

>he barely reached like 500 meters.
Yep. Would have seen more on a commercial flight.

>> No.17402373

I have my calendar mapped out to every potential earnings play. The stock market is closed AT THIS VERY FUCKING MOMENT, HOWEVER.

>> No.17402378


What's happening tomorrow

>> No.17402385

>Implying commercial flights have windows instead of TV screens to fool flat earthers

>> No.17402391

upswing market living in an upswing world

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Or he could have done that stunt of high altitude balloon skydive. That's been done before and probably would have been cheaper than his diy rocket.

>> No.17402407

The knives aren't falling yet faggot.

>> No.17402426

PTON Lockup period end

>> No.17402447

ohhhhh shit I wish i'd have known that friday

I bet Comcast is DYING to unload its shares after trying to pump it for months. The rest of the venture cap folks too.

>> No.17402492

I told you faggots on Friday. You should have listened

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when are sunday futures going to be posted?

>> No.17402525

>that's not really how the options market works
No it is. If you suspect the markets to drop more than the futures, which options are based on, imply, than you can buy puts pre market.
Dont know what your are talking about.

>> No.17402538


27 minutes

>> No.17402539

30 minutes
Futures trading starts at 6pm ET sunday

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post yfw there are going to inevitably be HUGE top 10%ers tomorrow.
post yfw there are green lines somewhere no matter what happens with the markets.

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>> No.17402609


Anyone reccomend this game, or that other one Speculator a good stock market training game to get familiar with getting into the stock market?

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insiders dumping, but one director is loading up on shares in a trust. Does this company even have products on the market yet? Did their Zika treatment get approval?

Elon buying in the 700's along with other insiders... that's pretty bullish. I hate to FOMO in but if it gets hit I might buy in at that level.

Maybe I should just throw some money into the ARK funds since they seem to know what they're doing. Or maybe I'm just easily fooled by that one really pretty analyst (not kathy)

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I didn't think you could buy options before the market opened... do you just mean place orders?
You mention japan in the 90's just because I posted an anime screenie? Got any recommended reading? I enjoyed that one book about the sarin gas attacks, but that was put together by a novelist.

I slept all day friday, almost all day yesterday, and had a read hard time pulling my ass out of bed today. I don't know what my problem is.

So I guess even if I knew about PTON on friday I wouldn't have done anything with the info.

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Good new stock recently out of IPO. I work as a scientist and we order 95% of our supplies here. Think of it like the Amazon of chemicals. Avantor.
You could compare this one to Thermo Fisher Scientific stock, will probably follow the same path.

>> No.17402732

Elon bought shares when he self admitted it was in a dangerous spot. the other insiders id follow though.

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LAKE $15 tomorrow

>> No.17402772

Richard koo

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T- 10 minutes to futures. Come on oil gimme the good stuff!

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>kek himself confirmed it

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>I didn't think you could buy options before the market opened... do you just mean place orders?
Oh. I can. I have several market places available though. I thought you in the US also had some pre market alternatives for NY.
>You mention japan in the 90's just because I posted an anime screenie?
Yeah. I also like Pychopass.
>Got any recommended reading?
Not really. I tried looking for some but Amazon was not helpful.
I liked watching some documentaries though
I want some gold goodies

>> No.17402847

I aspire to one day be as content with life and cozy as that pig is.

>> No.17402856

just open a paper trading account somewhere

>> No.17402890

I love financial simulator games. For just pure market and speculative acclimation this game is by far the best one I've ever played, it's not even close. You can learn options, futures, broad market, and financial valuations among other things.

Business management is a much bigger genre though, that sort of includes things like roller coaster tycoon, and there are a ton of competitors in that genre, which may or may not teach you some aspects of business valuation and cash-flow better. for pure market based game-play though there is literally not a better game then this, unless you include things like fake cash accounts that some trading softwares offer, which is kind of a game I guess.

>> No.17402918

it's ogre

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>> No.17402922

Bulls dont look

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Uh oh

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God damnit oil.

>> No.17402953

is there a way to trade futures on robinhood that im not seeing? just ETFs?

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You tried chemical man

You tried to save us

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>> No.17402974

You can't look at futures on robinhood as far as I know

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WOW what a kick to the nuts this is...
Sure am glad I held that UPRO

I will be buying stocks if we actually open up 1% down.

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Banked first profit target on my YM short, let the dump continue!

>> No.17402996

Am i okay if i got 12% of port in jpn puts?

>> No.17403013

alright guys we know what stocks will go red, but what are the ones that go up tomorrow? im thining electricity and utility stocks, precious metals obviously, maybe a few of the biotech companies that make corona vaccines. anything else?

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Its ogre
Thank god for my gold and Nikkei puts

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>0.03% drop in futures

>> No.17403021

>oil getting really #rekt atm

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thanks for the feedback, I just like the idea of a way to practice looking through reports and getting familiar with all the terms and things I can do in the stock market and watch a couple years pass in a couple hours. Maybe i'll do both so I can read actual reports and stats of companies, and become somewhat competent to start actually investing.

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>> No.17403045

Gilead prolly

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>> No.17403057

Hes loving every laugh at bulls

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Get your eyes checked

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>> No.17403074

Broke 70 ah already
Im levered long hard

>> No.17403086

Thank god, it's not a massive position but I forgot my usoil CFD position before the weekend close. I would have lost a decent chunk if it gapped up on the open instead of down, I literally just remembered it because you posted about it kek'd.

>> No.17403092

JAPAN noooo9ooooo

Support support ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Its dead its fucking dead

No olympics

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Holy shit Gold and Silver is doing the exact opposite right now what a market opener lmao


>> No.17403129

When you capitulate I will buy from you. When you FOMO I will sell to you. I am your liquidity and I am here for you. I never go broke and I will never leave you

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>> No.17403140

I told all you faggots last week we will be green come Monday. If you didn't screenshot my post then, do it now.

>> No.17403142

Who here got positions on GOLD and GILD?

>> No.17403152

would you guys rather buy gold miners ETF or gold backed ETF like spygold

>> No.17403163

Based gild bro

Them china results coming

>> No.17403171

i have around 5% of my portfolio in GLD

>> No.17403203


sorry GLD* thanks anon

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>> No.17403217

I.....I looked.


Intriguing. Will do some DD.

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Ppt cant save you

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>> No.17403236
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A-at least I bought some gold etfs on friday

>> No.17403237

At this rate it might fall back to where it was 20 days ago

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heres your chance to buy Cheap SPY shares under 330

>> No.17403268

What gold stocks do I buy Monday?

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What are some Bernie-proof stocks?

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that's right please buy

>> No.17403297

Thank goodness SNSS is like a hedge against market dumps

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it's not that bad

>> No.17403310

one thing that i still dont get is how orders are filled once pre-market starts. does anyone know?

because of futures rightnow and all the bad news from the weekend we know certain stocks are going to tank and everyone is going to rush to buy the same shit. so what determines what price those orders are filled at? does it happen simultaneously or do people get filled depending on the line order.

like lets say i placed an order yesterday on saturday afternoon for GLD, and another anon places an order today right now. when pre-market starts, do we both get them filled at the current ask price from fridays after hours?

or do i get a better price, and all the demand and orders between saturday and sunday spike sunday anons buy so he pays more for GLD?

or do we both get fucked because the big corporate insider companies and whales get first dibs and fill their orders at friday afterhours pricing, forcing us to baghold for them at an inflated price which then they automatically use their computer systems to sell for free profit, before buying in again to jump on the trend?

>> No.17403316

Bears, take your win and leave before you make a fool of yourselves (again). New ATH this week.

>> No.17403330

none of those scenarios. no one gets friday afternoon's prices.

>> No.17403335

Couldn't you just set a limit below Friday's price? If the whale's sell, maybe it will dip and your order will go through

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>> No.17403345

so how does it work? how does the morning bell price get decided, and filled?

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its only begun, you know this to be true. How many shipments have been delayed from china? It is going to have a ripple effect. As well not to mention Europe (which is already in a recession) is now cutting trade from Italy.

I love globalism..Who's next ;^)?

>> No.17403364

>those futures
oh boy we're in for a rough day tomorrow lads

>> No.17403368

Maybe i'll finally buy some puts

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Miners have the potential to gain more but they are also subject to each individual company's chart quirks. I played the miners during the Iran thing last month and was disappointed the miners did not follow the benchmark gold price as I had hoped. If you play the benchmark price directly you will receive the gains made, if gains are made. So... I would go mostly with an ETF tracking the gold price itself and maybe some gambles on miners if you want the extra potential juice there.

>> No.17403375

You can only buy at a price where someone is selling and viceversa. Your broker might allow you to "market buy" at open which can be a big gamble since the price can swing, or you can set a limit buy to buy when/if it reaches a certain price.

I am not sure, but I don't expect brokers to guarantee that if you set a limit buy at price P that triggers, then you buy at P or below. It might work like "if P is crossed, market buy", which can buy slightly higher or a lot higher if volume is huge. Again, I'm not sure (and it probably depends on the broker), but I take care against this.

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Y-You did sell all your shares on thursday or friday like a decent uman being, right Anon?
How are we supposed to raise our cute 2D family without money?

>> No.17403390

market makers, arb funds, liquidity providers, etc. ensure that that when you place a sell/buy order at "market" vs. limit orders, the the prices are near where they should be. even though you have an order of "buy at open" it's not a 100% automatic purchase that occurs at 9:30am. algos route the orders, pair up buyers and sellers to arrive at a fair price at the time

>> No.17403403

Look up "order book". Before open (and actually always) traders have pending orders to buy/sell. Whenever a seller and a buyer meet a given price, the transaction is done. When all of these transactions are executed, the highest "buy" price and lowest "sell" price are the new market price. No one "determines" it, it just happens by virtue of the market.

>> No.17403417

SNSS doesn’t follow the markets because it’s already a shit tier stock. Only data can keep save it, which it will become a clear-firm shit tier stock at $3. Better hope for the best, anon baby

>> No.17403418

Also buy MSFT and watch hentai (it's very important)

>> No.17403423

Gold :^)

>> No.17403424

Jit and global supply chains

the ride wont end until we have a billion vaccines

>> No.17403432

Chin up boys, BTFD

>> No.17403434

Weed stonks.

>> No.17403436

>looks at futures


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>BELOW 3300
>BELOW 3300
>BELOW 3300
>BELOW 3300
>BELOW 3300

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y-yes sempai thanks for th-the cheapies!!

Maybe unironically, since my portfolio is 30% trash

I'm never not going to be pissed off that I sold Barrick $GOLD before that sudden surge. Fucking gold miners fuck...

>> No.17403462

How much of the Futures action is because of Bernie?

>> No.17403465

GEX warned me this could happen... and I pretty much went back to sleep

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Oh wow futures are down, I'm sure glad I just bought stocks with good fundamentals and didn't throw my money at options like a retard. Phew!

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I think nobody cares about him at this point.

>> No.17403475

welp, guess it's time to get out of AMD at least at break even at $48 on monday, and then begin to re-evaluate my life...

>> No.17403478

Japan down most so very little

>> No.17403482

I'd bet the virus is the bigger piece. But the Dems have been in panic mode after Nevada, so not sure

>> No.17403484

Yeah the fucking egg brings up the price like 2.50, such a fuckin scam

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>> No.17403493

My SLV $17.50 calls expired last Friday, barely out the money. Probz gonna hit $18 today- if I just moved my calls by one week, I’d be in profit.

Why does this happen to me?

>> No.17403495

See >>17403468

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>> No.17403507

Yeah you said it! Trump is responsible for the BudlightBug RIGHT?!?!?!?

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>> No.17403528

Oh man, have yall seen these futures? Down 300+

>> No.17403530

Naw, still smart. Just a gambler. Only cost me $6 I gambled on weeklies at $0.01 each. Still, it hurts. Shoulda been just a little less degenerate and gone for the double weekly single call instead of 6 weeklies

>> No.17403549

SQQQ chads shall inherit the empty wasteland

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>> No.17403576

Don't worry. No one here can trade afterhours.

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I can't motherfucking wait. Please bear-kuns give me these cheapies. I promise to buy /biz/ when it's over and put a permanent banner in your honor

>> No.17403581

Just remember, if the markets recover this week from this drop, you have big daddy jerome and trump to thank.

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>> No.17403586

Why are bears retarded?

>> No.17403600

what happens if the underlying assets go down by 34%

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>> No.17403620

how do i bet against a country? fx?

>> No.17403624

They're LARPers with no actual positions.

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Well lads, I was overall long over the weekend
but at least I hedged a bit, I hope you did the same.
I'm ready to hold my bags and buy cheapies

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>They're LARPers with no actual positions.

>> No.17403650

You are right. I am over here waiting in cash for this crash to happen

>> No.17403663

Other countries have indices and ETFs tracking them too; e.g. EWG

>> No.17403665

you can trade commodities rn tho

>> No.17403666

Half of my retirement fund is in gold and I still think Schiff is retarded

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You know, its very suspicious when the top headline is:
>Some of the world's biggest economies are on the brink of recession
This smells like FUD to shake weak hands. When its a bull market, market movers want everyone to think its going to crash to buy cheap. When its a bear market, they want everyone to think everything is great so they can sell at the top. If the news is saying "END OF THE WORLD SELL SELL SELL" that sounds like lies to me.

>> No.17403671

I heard from /pol/ that coronavirus is killing people and that it's bad for economy. Are we going back to 3000?

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Hail satan and his gold bars

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>> No.17403684

>what happens if the underlying assets go down by 34%
Depends on what time frame. In one day you're dead. More than one day and it's just another drop cuz SOXL is rebalanced each morning. Remember that Direxion has SOXL and SOXS so they are always market neutral vis a vis the underlying. If one were particularly concerned about a 34% drop in a single day for semiconductors then there are always S M H options so you could simulate your own 3x SOXL without the margin so no chance of liquidation. Note also that Direxion doesn't just go 3x on the underlying, the way SOXL is structured involves swaps and other derivatives making it unlikely that Direxion will just go straight into liquidation anyway. The short answer is it's complicated but note also that simulated SOXL based on the extant semiconductor companies has been backtested for decades and would never have suffered a liquidation event so I doubt we're in danger of one now.

>> No.17403691

how can i group two different time dates that are mere seconds apart when the majority of the dates are the same to the second in python? FUCK
im tryna group my trades together in a csv file ie: verticals and iron condors

>> No.17403709

i just follow the price action. this is just a lesson to go back to day trading in all honesty, never going to have a stock just teleport multiple percent against you intraday.

>> No.17403712

>how can i group two different time dates that are mere seconds apart when the majority of the dates are the same to the second in python? FUCK

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wrong, I ain't selling my positions by I am certainly not buying, this week is probably going to be flat, but march is fucked.

but buy all means buy the bull tra- I mean dip

>> No.17403719

I diagree with the Calls
Japan is in a recession now and China is not producing anything. Calls are more than risky in a bear market. Maybe just a crab market in the US.
Inverse ETFs (SQQQ, EWV)
Buying puts for tracking ETFs (SPY)
Warrants that target a specific index

>> No.17403720

>imagined enemies intensify
you might want to reread his post

>> No.17403734

Can you just buy and hold SQQQ? Does it do the decay thing?

>> No.17403743

If you know which order was first, second, third and so forth just put whatever time you need that is closest to the correct one and preserves the correct order you need. So if you have 3 orders that are all 12:10:00 just make 12:09:59, 12:10:00, 12:10:01 or whatever

>> No.17403749

Iterate over each record and add everything within a specific range to a list?

>> No.17403761
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Decay is not that bad. I mean I would not hold it for years because being a long bear is retarded, but for the time being, sure go ahead.

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>> No.17403796

Say I put in $1000 and we were to crab from here on out? How long do you think it would take for it to fully decay?

>> No.17403797

right, etfs and indices seem like the best option for me as opposed to fx

>> No.17403838

Does your data feed not give better precision? Python datetimes can handle to the microsecond. Might have to find some trade id and use that to break ties.

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Good goyim. Markets are controlled by a shadowy jewish cabal. All traditional media sources are conspiring against you. Trust no one

>> No.17403960

I found deep ITM puts on Robinhood where calculating leverage based on

(UnderlyingPrice*delta - OptionPrice)/OptionPrice indicated the leverage is about 3x.

How the fuck is that possible?

It's something I think could get fucked by covid-19 and don't think had been priced in yet, but somehow I can leverage the fuck up and not worry about losing money?

Or is the idea that it's likely to lose value over time due to theta since it expires in July?

I just don't understand how it can be a bad bet. If I bought the put and immediately executed it, I would pay $0.07.

So if I change my mind, I execute and only lose $0.07.

Or maybe I should buy a call so that if the price rises, I am still protected since I can buy for a set price to execute my put.

>> No.17403983

Because in order to make money, bears need to make other people sell. The stock market only ever trends upward long term. They are looking to short term fuck with your head.

>> No.17404024

The last couple viral outbreaks didn't see any big jumps for the biotechs. They're pretty useless in these situations.

>> No.17404086

any idea why TOCA should be the next x10? it is moving up atm, but their drug TOCA 5 failed the expectations of the phase 3 clinical trial. i dont quite get the picture here.

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