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>> No.17868121
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how did he know what the fuck

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>> No.17868134
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Reminder to ignore all redditors and their shitty memes

>> No.17868153

Future is green, are we gonna get green for a pump?

>> No.17868155

Got a tiny ES short position at top of this pump, time to go down boys

>> No.17868157

Equities have been way overvalued since 2018. He's been doing the same thing since he started. Sat on cash for 2 years while missing out on 50% gains. Now he'll get 100% gains.

>> No.17868172

I wish my office would shut down already. I wanna be a (paid) neet for a few weeks.

>> No.17868183

Futures green, Nikkei red, I don't know dude.

>> No.17868186

gonna have a big pile of cash in >2 months, what should I be doing now to prepare? I assume the economy will mostly be on an upward trajectory by then, and I will certainly have missed the big shorting opportunities, so should be a good time to just buy and hold ETFs or so until we're back on track?

>> No.17868189

god fucking damn, Trump better hope to hell independents give him a pass on this.
on a better note, based coronavirus caused my school to cancel the last physical on campus classes for tomorrow and Wednesday, which saved me from the final potential test.
reddit only steals memes if they're good m8, /biz/ wojaks are the only good ones left honestly

>> No.17868196
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Do I sell my Puts at a loss? They expire this Friday and I don't know if they're going to net anything anymore now that daddy gobment is going to bail everyone out.

>> No.17868207

>tfw neet for the next two weeks.

>> No.17868208


USA is fucked,right???

>> No.17868213
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ce soir le CAC40 va monter

>> No.17868216

you do know that everything reddit posts comes from here right?

>> No.17868218
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How bad are things really gonna get?
How will the housing market be affected?
We're up basically $120k on this house from buying it back in 2014, but everything else has also gone up so trying to get something nearby with land isn't feasible.

>> No.17868221

>lol brrr funay
Pink wojaks are funny, not this stupid shit.

>> No.17868224

he is set for 300% atleast

>> No.17868225
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*coughs into elbow*
*elbow bump*
and wash up your arms

>> No.17868233

What do I short

>> No.17868236

>Literally doesn't buy shit if he thinks it's risky or he doesn't understand it
>Has sat on piles of cash for a few years now

It's really not that complicated. Replacing losses is much harder than unrealized gains.

>> No.17868243

It's literally clockwork. The only problem is that 99% of the market has weak hands and FOMOs into bubbles.

>> No.17868250

what can I buy to gain exposure to valuable assets in a dollar collapse like real estate?

>> No.17868252

I'm XX not XY :P

Anyways, I really hope for a pump to exit more.
Fingers crossed

>> No.17868253
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Thank you senator romney for the 1k bucks, it will make an excellent addition to my portfolio

>> No.17868254
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post something that will amuse me

>> No.17868256

You should have projected possible outcomes before buying. Don't gamble dude seriously.

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>> No.17868268
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This market belongs to bears now. None shall escape alive.

>> No.17868269

I’ve lost everything.

>> No.17868283
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The better question is
how didn't you know?

>> No.17868289
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I'm sorry Powell, did it hit a nerve?

>> No.17868290

Can i see your tits?

>> No.17868293
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I know ive let you down

>> No.17868299

you had so much time to pull out before the economy tanked, how is this even possible?

>> No.17868302

Kek I look forward to all those retards asking to trade puts just to get rekt not knowing how risky that shit is in the first place.

>> No.17868306

Yeah if he can get into a quasi-legit company like Uber, he can send that shit into the undiscovered planets around Pluto, if UBER is like 8 a share by the time the economy comes around he can buy a billion and it'll be worth 50 a share in three years tops

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>> No.17868320

>We're up basically $120k on this house
Should have sold in the bubble. That will all be gone soon.

>> No.17868321
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>muh DOW
>muh SPY
Literally who cares about these boomer indices? NASDAQ penny biomemes are the only way to have fun in the stock market, and are /smg/'s official securities. And here's the best part, they're virus proof.
>not affected by lockdowns
>can moon out of nowhere due to announcing ways to help combat Coronavirus
But here's the best part. They're recession proof.
>they already lose millions of dollars a year
>not dependent upon the public
>price manipulated
That's not all. Here's the best part. The virus may actually be BULLISH. Post yfw ONTX announces readout of the Phase 3 INSPIRE early due to an unexpected rise in required death events due to COVID-19, FDA announces fast track Rigosertib approval a month later, then BMY (who is doing a combo study with their azacitidine (which was acquired when they bought out Celgene) and ONTX oral Rigosertib) buys them out at $10 a share. Get ready for the best part.
>ONTX only $.31
>SNSS only $.45
There has never been a better time to buy. Post your rares and share leads with other future white millionaires.

>> No.17868322

Uh, ain't TP the new coin now? Seriously have you seen the fucking prices on e-bay. The shipping is obscene as hell. I'd be more worried about keeping TP on hand myself.

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>> No.17868339

>you shuld have known 100% that things that are happening would happen
I did plan ahead retard, I'm not geing to get evicted or something, I just want to know if I should sell now or hodl. I'll make my own decision, but I hear news here that I don't always find on my own and asking for more opinions isn't a bad thing.

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I hope so. How big will the pump be? It will be short lived I know.

>> No.17868358

is everybody gonna lose everything through hyperinflation, would the fed really do that?

>> No.17868367

Nah, no place to move to.

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>> No.17868375

today I bought ONTX, BIOC, NDRA

>> No.17868382

I'm still holding my 12,400 ONTX shares. I'm ready for the glorious news.

>> No.17868384

DOW am boomer
but SPX still have place as avatar of world market

Qs am starting drive market more and more and will leave lead market at times but SPY (really ES_F) still market leader

>> No.17868397

Boomers with a 15 year expiration.

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>> No.17868400

>he thinks the fed thinks ahead

>> No.17868407
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what the FUCK was that

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>> No.17868417


Japan is a tiny little island like the UK that's got overpriced manufacturing compared to the rest of Asia, but none of the financial might or the culture exports since the rest of the world is basically a cultural suburb of the west and japan decided not to be.

Japs have no place to go but down long term, and everyone knows this, even without the debt/aging thing.

>> No.17868430

requesting the image of the dow plunging with Murray in front of it from the Joker

>> No.17868439

To be honest it'll be a small bump or a small negative. I'm expecting an all red week but with smaller drops.

>> No.17868448

I honestly think he's eyeballing some cruise lines right now. They're down 80-90% from their ATHs. As soon as he reports his purchases to the SEC I can easily see one of these companies doing a 3x or 5x over night. My bet is on CCL since it has the least debt/equity and most assets.

>> No.17868450

Is there going to be a run on the banks tomorrow?

>> No.17868454

Pharmachads....MTNB? Looks like it's getting near bottom.

>> No.17868457

>From 140
Damn, imagine bag holding from there.

>> No.17868461

Ah shit... should I just sell my losers and buy more Berkshire?

My problems are with all his cyclical exposure like the railroads and the insurance companies are also not trading well.

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>my portfolio


>> No.17868467

Nikkei was only down -3% at closing yesterday, good chance this is them joining everyone else in JUST town
Aussies doing a big league +5% pump, while US futures more modest +1 to +2% pump.

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>working from home?
>kids school cancelled?
>bars closed?
>cruise ships cancelled?
>borders closed?

>> No.17868480

It's dependent on your positions. For example my AAL puts SHOULD be less risky than my USB puts. You haven't given us anything to work with. Don't call me a retard if you haven't made a grand display of intelligence either man. It harms you.

>> No.17868487

I honestly might go withdrwaw everything except for like 500 just so I can keep using my debit card and not touch gross coof disease ridden cash

>> No.17868489
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I sure am looking to retire easily on all these cheapies!!

>> No.17868492

What chance for a 10-15% pump next week I your opinion?

>> No.17868513

Trump already talked about bailing out airlines... Of all things... Airlines.

>> No.17868535

I boughr AAL puts, I sold my stock before the crashes and invested the money into.AAL puts, all set to expire Friday. For weeks I've been watching them but now the news of potential bailouts has crippled the returns I'd hoped to get.

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its a Disjoint angle

>> No.17868554
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Hell no:

Wider market is screaming "Fuck no not even close"


"We're heading into a recession:" Jim Cramer.

"Jim Cramer says forget index funds, buy shares in companies 'we can't live without'

"We can go lower" Jim Cramer

?They are talking about 1,700 being the bottom on the S&P.


>Vix is at the highest it's ever been

You aren't gonna bullrun your way out of this one, guys, sorry.


"The moves on the bond market do not make sense"

>> No.17868555

>of all things
Are you implying the airlines aren’t important for our economy and even from a logistics point of view our national security? Do you expect to replace them with interstate travel via rail?

>> No.17868558

Parisians were doing the same shit, lots of picnics in parks yesterday I heard.

>> No.17868560

What do I buy once we hit the mythical "bottom"?

>> No.17868573

Well that's your call. Mine are expired a year from now or after April. You gotta gauge it yourself.

Me personally, I'm willing to accept full loss on my May puts, but doubt it will happen. AAL is so levered up it's insane. Bailing them out would be an absolute travesty and waste.

>> No.17868576

How much weight does Cramer's opinion matter? Not flaming genuinely curious. I don't have tv and never watch the guy but if calls out a stock or w/e does he make the market move?

>> No.17868579
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When I make a profit, I'll be back

>> No.17868584

Doesn't that pattern require a relatively stable line of support?

>> No.17868592

Oof that Microsoft one is brutal. Cant believe how far it dropped.

>> No.17868599

I just want AAL to crash.
You want your labors (taxes) to go towards an airline bailout that shouldn't have been that levered up in the first place? Do you love communism?

>> No.17868607

>I'm XX not XY
no one fucking cares dude

>> No.17868610

The guy calls shots left and right and is generally correct. One of the few to get the 2008 crash correct, and he's been urging caution leading up to this one too.

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>> No.17868629

Ech baggie those are trannie tits at best. Gaaayyyy

>> No.17868635

By the time we hit the bottom, it will be gone before you realize it and stocks will be up 20% the next day. The ludicrous speed that this market is falling hints that it might go back up just as fast. People are sitting on the sidelines with billions in eyeballing their big purchases right now. I'm going to start averaging in this week. Closed my puts when S&P 500 was at 2500 last week.

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Forgive the phone post, just shitter posting right now.

>> No.17868645
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What are you guys buying tomorrow?

>> No.17868660
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But I'm only 70% in cash right now!
I want to sell at least half of my stock!!!

>> No.17868662

fed is printing, dropping rates and making 0% reserve requirements because they fear DEFLATION which is a LOT worse

>> No.17868665
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I honestly don't understand how they've been in business as long as they have; you'd think someone would have come around to put them out of their misery by now.

>> No.17868666
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There is no bottom

>> No.17868672

Did i fuck up buying 1k shares of gush??

>> No.17868673

Impossible to say concretely, and even if I did such a bump would be extremely unlikely. The fed is running out of tricks, and Trump was super somber during his press conference today which is really unlike how he usually provides information to us. I used to think that we would get a U shaped recovery as the virus petered out and things got back to normal, but honestly now that seems pretty optimistic, especially if the market keeps falling.

>> No.17868690

>AAL is so levered up it's insane. Bailing them out would be an absolute travesty and waste.
its just like last time
every dumb asshole will come out smelling like roses, learn nothing, and do this to us again in a decade

>> No.17868696

He was shitting on the government response the other day and Mnuchin legit called him as his show was going on lmao.
he doesn't really move markets but he's a big figure in terms of sentiment I guess?

>> No.17868710


if you can HODL instead of BUY HIGH SELL LOW it will pay off

>> No.17868723

U shape now L shape and NOW...

The | shaped despondency

>> No.17868724

Me to, I was hoping to sell at profit before the real recession kicks in... I set my sell at break-even, I now hope for the best.

>> No.17868734

No cheep will never ever go up again and we all going to die because of flu. And then all stores will be clouded and military trucks just gathers bodies. and new world order pledge to the Gods chosen people .... Money are not real, we are. and need to wake up and gather together to serve our life.

>> No.17868735

This is full on panic selling of everything. Nothing will fix anything until the virus is in remission or a cure is found.
calls on anything really. Atm leaps on spy will make godtier money.

>> No.17868736

Long term investment anon. Will be worth it though, imo. Depends on how the oil market fairs in the coming decades.

>> No.17868740

>"It’s clear that the modern supply chain, for all its efficiency and speed, is not equipped to deal with this kind of surge." -NYT


>> No.17868744

The fuck that we need +10% bounces every other day now is so tiresome.

>> No.17868752

If the Fed bails them I may actually uninstall America and just live in another country. -200+:1 debt to equity. Insane.

>> No.17868754

fuck? *fact

>> No.17868781
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Satan has spoken

>> No.17868787

Does HE make the market move? I would say 99% of the time he’s not capable of that.

But I would say that his youtube daily rundown clips are sometimes very informative. He’s a smart guy and Generally well-informed even if he plays a clown on tv. I also think he’s generally good-intentioned.

I-it hurts bad bro... worst part is that’s not half of my full MSFT position.
B-but at least they won’t go bankrupt... right?

No I don’t
But do you really want them to crash, or are you just saying that because you’ve money riding on the decision?

When the Juul controversy was happening I was seething because I was a MO shareholder And I had skin in the game. I was not being objective.

>> No.17868790

I'm hoping millenials can learn and understand.

>> No.17868797

Freezer is stocked and I'm approved to work from home. Let's fucking do this.

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Nothing will fix anything until the economy can get moving again. Until businesses and people can get back to operation and work. The issue is, the longer it goes on with our people working the worse things are going to be as more and more and more industries straight up go bankrupt. Even if the government bailed them out, with out actual flowing capital in the economy then you are dead in the water. And until that happens bears will rule and if it doesn't change soon then we are going to deflate and go through a depression.

That's the issue.

>> No.17868810

What are the best dividend stocks to buy into now?

>> No.17868821

Nah it'll be fine

>> No.17868828

I already live overseas (for the time being) so I am only awake to see the bell ring and an hour or so of trading before I need to sleep.

>> No.17868853
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Famous last words

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>> No.17868865

your hope is misplaced
im a millenial and i can tell you that 99% of my peers dont even know why the last one happened let alone this one

the political left v right/red v blue brainwashing did not help either
literally bitching and fighting about people that care about NONE of them

>> No.17868866

I have money riding on the decision. Of course. There should be value in that. But that doesn't change the fact that they still SHOULD NOT get bailed out. I'm alright with other airlines being issued collateralized liquidity (at little to no cost to the taxpayer), but AAL. Dude just look at their financial statements. It's atrocious.

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not far enough

>> No.17868883

so is the sell off continuing tomorrow or are we pumping

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how low is MSFT going to go and when should I sell

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God i dont think im cut out for options gambling. DIS is up 2.2% after hours, eating away at the value of my Mar 27 put, and I'm already shitting my pants. I know i have plenty of time for the bears to have their fill, but i can't fucking handle this

>> No.17868900

Any suggestions in case I do move?

>> No.17868913

>Futures green
I'm scared for my puts bros. If there's a bailout today could actually be the bottom.

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>> No.17868928

In my opinion tomorrow will end with another sale off.

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Is it just me thinking this, or is there basically no good news to actually push the markets up tomorrow beyond "market went low so buy"? Countries and cities are still closing down, flights are still grounded, and supply chains are still getting fucked. I feel like, if markets do go green, that a single piece of bad news could send them tumbling straight into the red again.

>> No.17868935

>They are talking about 1,700 being the bottom on the S&P.
That's just because it's the 50% drawdown point. Not based on anything other than previous crashes have bottomed out in that general vicinity.

>> No.17868941

I dont wanna say it but... did we... get too cocky?

>> No.17868943

Stocked with what an what kind of work?
I’ve got a bunch of frozen chicken breast and salmon fillets but not a whole lot else.

Maybe. But it reminds me of all the shorts ragepissing themselves when faber mentioned the possibility of a holiday for the markets. Like it’s such a terrible thing to “artificially” keep some innocents from losing their jobs, homes, pensions, retirements...

>> No.17868951

No fear until it breaks 2500. It's in no mans land right now.

>> No.17868959

Whenever we have a giant dip there is always a dead cat bounce because of people closing out options/buying the dip.

Its a high probability that tomorrow ends up green, but not by much. There is still a possibility that we end up with a 2-3% red day

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Bail out on what? Everything and everyone or Just Boeing?

>> No.17868962

whats ur accuracy rate

>> No.17868963

Fundamentally, no. The situation has not actually improved in anyway.

>> No.17868964

Why puts? we are swinging from side to side like a third grade shitcoin?

>> No.17868972

I expect we'll see sector bailouts, starting with airlines.

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>> No.17869005

That's about the gist of it. There's too much negative sentiment going around to consider bounces anything but a gamble.

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Politicians swinging when?

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>> No.17869016

let me know when you sell so I know when to buy anon

>> No.17869017

To be honest, America is still the best country to live in if you like any freedoms or rights. I know it sounds ridiculous to say, but from someone who can take an objective look at things from the outside I can safely say I would never live outside America forever. I've talked to Europeans, Koreans, Japanese people, Canadians, South Africans, etc. and all of them seem confused and afraid of freedom. They all talk about the fees and taxes they pay that are normal to them and can't understand how you can function without losing half your paycheck to the government outright.
For instance, to own a car in Japan you need to pay about $700 a year in fees and taxes, not including the 3% extra tax when you buy the vehicle.

>> No.17869030

Please why dose this image reference this general... why are people encouraging shitposters to find us?

>> No.17869044

Best case scenario we get a group of competent and upright leaders in, say, in about 10-15 years. The boomers are holding on for dear life now, sacrificing their children's futures and other children's futures for their short term profits. You're probably right though. Most millenials I've met were just out there.

>> No.17869052


Auto insurance costs more than $700 a year dude.

>> No.17869053

I predicted this crash and the one on Thursday

>> No.17869054

Explain? We are near the end of phase 1?

>> No.17869068

Let's say this goes on for 6 more months. Does that merit certain companies losing 50% of their equity? If yes, then some people would agree that a company is worth investing it after it's lost 50% regardless of the news.
This is a once in a lifetime event, people like Buffet are sitting in the sidelines because nobody actually knows what's going to happen in the next 3 months. Once the US starts consistently testing and the rate of infection per day looks like it's starting to decelerate is when you're going to see the big bois buying in with billions. If CDC refuses to do widespread testing, they have other ways. Goldman Sachs monitors electricity consumption. Others have realtime satellite imagery and pollution maps that are way more powerful than what the average person can access on the internet.

>> No.17869069

Because autism. The same as everything else that happens here.

>> No.17869073

That was posted here first, idiot. I was in the thread.

>> No.17869074

Yer a big fag if you're paying that much, buddy.

>> No.17869081

>I still have time to dump some positions

Are these guys any good?

>> No.17869085
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No we haven't hit phase 1 yet. We are still falling down.

>> No.17869089

oh no no No NO NOO!

Fires cleanse the plains of pollution


>"Jim Cramer says forget index funds, buy shares in companies 'we can't live without'


>> No.17869092

I wasn't including the insurance

>> No.17869096

Wait for earnings reports if you've got the balls. Not saying it's a good idea, but that's where I'm at with other companies.

Pretty much. If people consider bailouts as good news, realistically we've fallen so out of touch with reality, we need to reconsider where we stand.

>> No.17869117

I’m just saying that it shouldn’t be an “of all things”. It’s not like it’s luxuries like cruises and casinos.

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the wick will come

>> No.17869125

highly dependent on location

>> No.17869134

Nobody ever gave me a hand out. Why do the losers and leeches keep getting handouts? How is that good? The people that you give handouts are likely to be the same ones that pass by legimately in need people and do nothing to help.

>> No.17869159

Most of us high-quality millennials are just shut ins so you don’t get to meet us :^)

>> No.17869166

2018 was the genesis of this collapse.

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If the internet goes out in the next few weeks, I just want to say thanks Anon's its been fun.
>inb4 i'm a fag for caring

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>FOMC has voted to expand the definition of “assets” to facilitate purchases of index futures contracts with the goal of providing broad market stability

>> No.17869178

So is the gigafactory affected by the bay area quarantine or is tesla going to be adding a new corona feature to the cars?

>> No.17869188

But our taxes go to nothing. Theirs seem to. I am a single earner and I am taxed over 27% per year. I see about 3% of it indirectly.

>> No.17869189

Do you really think the internet will go out?

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ITT: The cool Millennials

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How much will my 4 terabytes of anime and doujins be worth in the apocalypse?

>> No.17869223

That depends if the government classifies it a necessary industry or not. Sucks about net neutrality.

>> No.17869228

Between Lyft and Uber which would yall buy?

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>> No.17869236

I pay like 80USD a month in PA. Sheesh dude.

You'd have to run a case by case analysis. Financials should help point to the likely outcome.

>> No.17869255

How high would the bull trap be? Will Dow hit 25000?

>> No.17869259

BUY? you think they're done bleeding? But anyways, Uber, delivery services will boom once we have the health a ok, not to mention some people dont give a shit and do it anyways

>> No.17869261

We are alternating days. It wasn't hard to see we would be limit up green for Tuesday.

>> No.17869263

>Most millenials I've met were just out there.
yea the cynical ones are all on here like >>17869159 said

>> No.17869267

Tfw no high quality millenial gf haha. Jokes...

>> No.17869268


holy shit we're going to be fucked for months. maybe even all the way into next year depending on the strategy employed. this is fucked.

>> No.17869269

manipulation for eu derivatives as usual

>> No.17869280

cat sproink tomorrow

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It's because they're homogenous societies that have fucking pride. They don't mind paying the taxes because **surprise**, everyone in the country has a pretty high standard of living, as opposed to the US where it's every man for themselves and we have a shit ton of poor/underemployed people. America forces you to be the best that you can be, but in most cases, success in America can only be achieved if you're cold and heartless and only out for yourself, while in these other countries people actually give a fuck about each other and everyone is actually ok with not being the richest or most successful. In America, everyone has a stick up their ass about this because "muh land of the free" meme Everything is just so, as nature intended. They both have their pros and cons. It's just a matter of what lifestyle makes you happier.

>> No.17869298

Yeah to buy. I think we are 1-2 months away from bottom but I am getting my list together of what I want to buy. Other stocks I am considering:

Delta Airlines

>> No.17869303

Should I buy Raytheon, Lockheed, Boeing, Dupont, and Dow Chemicals in case the United States goes to war with China?

>> No.17869305

lmfao, guess they just assumed no one would use it and didn't bother with the server upkeep

>> No.17869309

>S&P 500 already at +3.04% and rapidly rising
>About to hit limit up on futures


>> No.17869316


Bread, milk, a little bit of yogurt, some sandwich meat, and a lot of stuff I pre-cooked. Mostly some cooked black bean concoction I like and jambalaya. Also a couple of frozen pizzas because I had some deep, skinny leftover area and wasn't sure what to put in there.

Also have a bunch of peanut butter/jelly, oat, and crackers just in case.

>> No.17869323

April 17 is the bottom. It came to me in a dream.

>> No.17869325

about to swallow some vitamin c and head to the casino for a little fun, and brownie points w/ my boss, before society is fully shut down

hopefully we don't get quarantined

who knows maybe I'll even get a few good hands and come back with some more money to throw at the market

wish me luck

>> No.17869328

I unironically pay $127/year for auto insurance

>> No.17869331

UBER, some kind of gym, NET, MSFT, MCD, and at some point TSLA but who knows.

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>futures above 21k

>> No.17869342

Big IF true

>> No.17869362

Oh yeah...
Arent they trying to cram in some Internet censorship legislation right now.?
Incredibly based and incredibly accurate.
Probably to keep an army of flight attendants and maintenance workers and baggage handlers or whatever from becoming dumpster divers, panhandlers, and prostitutes.

Believe it or not, everyone has their own circumstances of hardships and tools to overcome them. I’m not saying I want the government to bail out AAL. But to say everyone who will be ruined deserves that because no one gave you a handout makes no sense to me.

>> No.17869365

yea at this rate im gonna have to shack it up with some 40yo broad
which is fine i guess. the cougars all love me anyways, and fuck dealing with kids

>> No.17869368

To use the Japanese model again, while I can't say specifically what your income is, your rate in Japan would be somewhere between 26%-36.3% income tax, that's not including municipal taxes, car taxes, etc. They just moved up to a 10% VAT as well.

>> No.17869374

If Wednesday isn't another limit up for the futures then I don't even know what's the big guys are doing. This is way to predictable.

>> No.17869385


Multiply 80 X 12

>> No.17869399

what number could possibly trigger a black thursdayesque panic sell? 18000? 15000? 10000?

>> No.17869415

DOW TO 10,000

>> No.17869446

We we
Wa laa !

>> No.17869449

Considering buying LMT. The female CEO just stepped down and was replaced by a FUCKING WHITE MALE.

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>Welp. Time to dust the 'ole 10k hat, ey Ron?

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Just be glad you're not Brazil right now.

>> No.17869476

Aussies have a cure

Greenest day you’ll ever see.

Cap this

>> No.17869477

None. The upswings cancel the downswings almost completely. Whoever was out already is, it's just gamblers left and boomers who don't even know what's happening and never will.

>> No.17869482

I just took my losses on LMT.
Massive fuckhuge rip-my-dick-off-and-fuck-me-with-it losses.

Because trump gave us a chance at a bernie sanders presidency, and even if it’s not bernie, it’s not going to look good for our defense contractors as long as trump makes it look like he mishandled a global crisis by sitting on his hands for months.
All he did was a travel ban. If that means he knew the danger was significant, I don’t see how he could have thought that was enough. And he acts like He deserves a trophy for doing another travelban.

>> No.17869483

honestly anyone that had a brain left sold last thursday, if not today.
at this point everyone's just sitting on cash waiting for the lowest point to go all in on the dip.

>> No.17869486

>>futures above 21k
barely. sold all my bearish positions but I still think it's gonna be red.

>> No.17869488

i wish these defense ETF's were not heavy on BA and light on LMT. should be the other way around.

>> No.17869496

>buying high and selling low

>> No.17869499

Ah! Jambalayaanon. Sounds good, you’ll be comfy for a while.

>> No.17869506

Fosters, dingo blood, and fite me cunt?

>> No.17869509


I surely hope you went long on margin already, right anons?

>> No.17869521
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when the FUCK is the cruise company bottom

>> No.17869522


Do you not realise it goes green red green red. Big red yesterday = big green today.

>> No.17869526

It's a misallocation of funds. What do these people really provide. Are they just more npcs? Do we really need this many airlines? Which is better, to teach a man to fish, or to give him 10 fish? I understand the altruistic approach, and it has it's place, but pain can be a great motivator to drive someone to the right direction. Just giving them handouts has generally not proven so well. Look into human behaviors before getting all bleeding heart on me. Compassion and empathy have it's place, but perhaps the pain can unlock the next good senator or something similar.

>> No.17869529

The panic sell has already begun. Once the big boys stop pumping money into the market so they can all exit with their fortunes intact (taking money from the morons who think it's going up, buying the dip), the market will crash the likes of which has never been seen.

>> No.17869541

>Massive fuckhuge rip-my-dick-off-and-fuck-me-with-it losses.
Holy shit retard, LMT isn't going anywhere. Bernie has zero chance of winning, commie fag.

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The truth is that this market should have crashed a long time ago. In fact 2008 was the real ending, we just put this off for as long as possible. 10k is extremely possible. Expect to see a huge rise in socialist and fascistic political movements. This is like 1920's Germany.

>> No.17869552

Why have almost every fucking country made this announcement? A vaccine that could potentially be the cure is not a cure

>> No.17869555

Yikes. I don't find any girl over my age objectively attractive. Except Tulsi Gibbard she seems nice.

Yes but what return do you see on the taxes? Some countries like Sweden you actually see a return for it. That's what I'm asking.

>> No.17869559

I think there's a lot more room for panic selling from boomers. Remember: MAGAkeks were told just Friday that things are under control.

>> No.17869564

Quit the bullshit, the market isn't moving on news anymore. Futures limit up today was inevitable.

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>> No.17869582

I'm buying calls tomorrow. The market always rebounds a bit after a sharp sell off.

Calls tomorrow, puts the day after

>> No.17869583

the Strayans are using quinine and an hiv drug. the US is working on the vaccine.

if they have a cure it wont be ready for a few weeks. More dips to come but expect bottom to be hit soon.

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>> No.17869602

The return is living in a society where you can let your 8 year old daughter take the train to school by herself and not worry about it. Japan has many flaws, but it also has many benefits of a well organized homogeneous society.

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>> No.17869610

just wait till q1 earnings
the dip just started m8

>> No.17869616

I'm American, might as well already be ;-;

>> No.17869617


>> No.17869622

>not using if-else

>> No.17869624

What in your right mind made you think I was a commie or that I think LMT is going to zero?

Their business model relies on US defense spending, US space spending, and foreign countries buying US military hardware. We’re hitting a global recession and may be in for a time when defense and space spending become much less acceptable.

That’s what happened to mastercard the Indian(?) ceo who’s overseen their massive growth suddenly stepped down when Iger did and was replaced by some white guy. I do not see this as I good sign.

Are you aware of what happened to GE when Jack Welch stepped down? He left an under qualified guy to replace him just as a bunch of bad ideas were going full SHTF.

I was SO bullish on LMT but see

>> No.17869627

Should've bought your calls at 3:59. The vast majority of market movement these days happens overnight. Better late than never though.

Me? Oh, I'll be sleeping tight with my based AAPL and BAC strangles.

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Checked and agreed. Fuck BA, I'm an airbus man myself.

>> No.17869643

There's a pension system that's going to go insolvent, the roads are kickass but they hire way too many local contractors for every job, the health insurance and system are top notch (there are some cultural issues that are a bit of fly in the ointment however), and the majority goes to bureaucracy. You don't understand how bad it can get until you've seen Euro/Japanese bureaucracy.

>> No.17869645

I sure fucking did

>> No.17869646

I'm not talking about a common occurrence though. Obviously everyone is going to have a limit and cut their losses at a certain point. No need to deceive and lie on an anonymous board unless of course you're hodl.

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>not knowing stonks can by positive AND negative at the same time

>> No.17869671

But they literally just called for a drug trial, so having the headline "ANNOUNCES A CURE" seems a bit exaggerated

>> No.17869676

I thought you meant per month. My mistake.

That's pretty based. Beats the trash holes in lots of America. Thanks anon, for your insight and your time. Cheers m8.

>> No.17869692

tomorrow +8%
the next day -15%

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>buy calls when VIX is at 85
>stocks go up
>call premiums go down
>go to /smg/ and explain why the system is rigged

>> No.17869700

Did futures halt already?

>> No.17869703

It's clockwork dude. There's so many stupid people on both sides they need to alternate squeezing them.

>> No.17869706


>> No.17869714

>Why have almost every fucking country made this announcement?
To assuage the goyim so they can exit the markets and politicians run to bunkers.

>> No.17869719

>15 days

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>mfw I've been loaded up on straddles and strangles for the last 2 weeks and have outperformed every single one of you on a risk-adjusted basis.

>> No.17869735


>> No.17869742
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actual information

>> No.17869743

Are the leveraged inverse ETFs holding shorts on margin or how does it work? It doesn’t seem they are subject to IV crush, so it shouldn’t be put based right?

>> No.17869753

yeah that are halted

>> No.17869759

What sucks is you buy options that go up 40% that day, then somehow the next day they go up 30% but your actual value up is only 10% somehow.
40%+30% = 10%!

>> No.17869763

tomorrow will gap up at open then bleed the rest of the day, futures were pumped to circuit break up and give the facade that market is turning around

>> No.17869765

read the prospectus

>> No.17869769

TP is the new "currency". Have you seen some of the online prices? I dunno which is more obscene, the cost itself or the shipping charges that pop up during checkout.

>> No.17869773

Yes they did..

>> No.17869775

>No good news the last 24 hours
>I know lets buy futures!
Futurejeets sure are retarded

>> No.17869780

Of course not. I've never been there.

>> No.17869790 [DELETED] 

Then why are they going down right now?

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>> No.17869805

If you’re trading only based on headlines, you’re generally gonna have a bad time.

>> No.17869806


>> No.17869815

Fuck the news. Just do the opposite of what Cramer says. Making money is the point.

>> No.17869816

This stuff is inevitable

China announced a cure in Early February

You're going to get attacked, because net longs outnumber net shorts by a large amount.

Remdesivir Pump
Vaccine pump
treatment pump
fiscal stimulus pump
etc etc etc

The pumps aren't ending, they will only get more intense.

>> No.17869818

Yes, and I'm explaining where their money goes. You asked me to explain, so I am.

>> No.17869819

Oh damn, seriously? I never saw them hit 5

>> No.17869820

The more memey the ETF the more it decays. If you could hard trade the VIX everyone would be a millionaire.

>> No.17869824


Slow and steady wins the race. He's been doing it for decades and every time there is a crash people wonder what he knew that they didn't.

>> No.17869829


>> No.17869831

Big 3 are limit up.


>> No.17869834

>in vitro
wake us up when it is in vivo

>> No.17869836

No you don’t, they only give lupus drugs to lupus patients! Not people impersonating dead people.

>> No.17869843

I see Indonesia popup on charts everywhere when it comes to rising GDPs in 2030 and later. It might become a strong regional power like japan is.

>> No.17869850

You mean you could do that before the muslim grooming rings moved in

>> No.17869854

>chang unleashed shit so wack it needs the same meds as if your were pozzed
damn what are they fuckin with over there?

>> No.17869857

Thank you for stating this fact anon. I appreciate you telling me what is happening as if I could not figure it out myself. What a great service you have provided. Thank you.

>> No.17869863

>Cramer: don’t buy, we’re not at a bottom, I don’t trust this rally, that pump was a short squeeze, my trust is selling stocks, etc etc
Yeah what a dummy that guy is!!

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>> No.17869889

Just gonna HODL my leveraged inverse ETFS. I assume it might be slightly green tomorrow but deep red day after that.
I havent spotted anything in the news that indicates bulltimes. Trump just literally said that the market is on its own, recession is coming and shit will be bananas until july/august

Prove me wrong faggots.

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>Replacing losses is much harder than unrealized gains.
Holy fucking shit. This one sentence is it summed up

>> No.17869891

>Loss of 12.86

>Erasing trump melt down


Everyone thought monday would be the golden bull run,too, but....Even if tomorrow does take off you are out of your mind if we are straight bull running up to 30k or even close. Until we get out of a bear market I expect down trends.

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Never thought this meme would be prophetic.

>> No.17869902

It's a korean study on humans

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Um, okay?

>> No.17869908

Realistically, how low do you guys think Royal Caribbean will go? Getting eager to pull the trigger here

>> No.17869909

Wait I’m not talking about the vix ETFs?
I’m talking things like SH, SDOW, SQQQ

Usually I like to buy puts to use decay against the leverage, but IV on everything is absolutely insane right now.

>> No.17869911

You were suppose to buy calls today and puts tomorrow. Not buying the same option on the day of that movement. You pay too much in premium that way.

>> No.17869917

It has similar problems to Japan though in that people don't have the mindset of taking small risks with their money like starting a business or investing. I'd hate to be a land owner there; having to hire patrol guards to kick Muslim squatters off of your land before they establish a commune and erect structures. Fuck that.

>> No.17869920

This isn't a natural recession or whatever you are modeling off. This is abnormal. Singular.

Stop using historical guides. Anything can and will happen. The market is now TSLA behavior.

>> No.17869921

no it isnt, it literally says so in the fucking summary

>> No.17869926

I’m not boning a flapper right now so it’s really not

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What will Wednesday look like magic 8 ball?

>> No.17869940

Green dildo

>> No.17869944

Ain't the fact a cure or least some sort of halting the spread of it a good thing? Far better than letting the shit just spread or a cure take 12 months to come about. God, shits bad enough 3 months into it, can you imagine if it took a whole year of dealing with this. We'd be really fucked then. Finding TP would be the least of the issues.

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>independents give him a pass on this
no normalfag is going to give him a pass on this regardless of party affiliation. The second they get fired fro their job or get their hours cut, or just any negative thing happens in their life the blame is going right to donnie.

>> No.17869957

>I'm an airbus man myself.

>> No.17869958

the thing in the top left is giving me nightmares

>> No.17869963

There are incels in every day and age

>> No.17869964

What's the move?
I'm thinking puts for the short term money
or buying some of it to hold

>> No.17869975

Did I miss everything? Is it too late to board the short train?

>> No.17869982

red dildo

>> No.17869985

We /weimar/ soon.

>> No.17869987

try again later

>> No.17869994

Up at least 10%. Because we are essentially crabbing but only if you look 2 days at a time.

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>Did I miss everything? Is it too late to board the short train?
nope, we're loading back up tomorrow
bullcucks never learn

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>He doesn't know about the economic implications.

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>> No.17870012

It doesn't matter what you think about wether "panic induced selling" is the cause of this or not. The fact of the mater is, our economy is not moving right now and as long as that is the case we are only gonna go down. My company is down almost 40% right now. If they close up shop and lay people off that is going to have drastic effects for our local economy. One thing leads to another, if people aren't working then there is no money circulating in the economy and therefore there is no reason to invest in anything because no one is making money right now.

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>tfw your bags grow heavier by the day

I am the bear, there is no other

>> No.17870030

>you can let your 8 year old daughter take the train to school by herself and not worry about it.
Bro have you ever read a single doujin

>> No.17870035


I'll just leave this here

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You DID sell your inverse and go verse for the dead bat bounce, right Bobros?

>> No.17870043

Okay but art deco is awesome though

>> No.17870050

Its' panic

Short Squeezes
panic sells
panic buys

fucking INSANITY

we tsla coaster but every stock

>> No.17870051


hydroxychloroquine very weird drug
though it can sometimes be used in people with HIV, it not recomended HIV drug

it's an anti-parasite drug and NO ONE knows why it helps with malaria or lupus

>> No.17870058

Name 10 where that doesn’t have a happy ending for everyone involved.

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Hell yeah bobro

>> No.17870084


>> No.17870087


Donnie’s going to do another press conference tomorrow and try to claim the market is pumping because of him.

>> No.17870099

>The vast majority of market movement these days happens overnight.

Why is this?

>> No.17870108

And then it will crater.

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I know bro
I miss #1 too

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Where my SPXU Chads at?
What's your position? When'd you buy?

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please post hyperchad stock, need a moon in my life after this virus panic

>> No.17870365
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Ofc I did and bought SPY stock right before market close
I'll be selling tomorrow and loading up on SQQQ tomorrow

>> No.17870427

Zero cuss this faggots rate was absolutely nothing

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