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>> No.19255641
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a n i m e

>> No.19255645

halp pls

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>> No.19255657

Before weebs and whiny redditors show up I just want to say fuck niggers.

>> No.19255661
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this here is baggie and hes richer than you

>> No.19255663

I only respect _____

>> No.19255665
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Feels good being an LCI chad.

>> No.19255668
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The second order economic impacts of high unemployment are important. It could have far reaching influences on defaults, consumer spending habits, including discretionary spending, foreclosures, etc. This will all trickle up to listed companies that rely on these revenue streams. That is something that no amount of monetary or fiscal stimulus can fix in an organic and healthy way for companies and consumers or the national debt. Also, these are all common events that unfold over a year or two in recessions. Markets occasionally get disconnected from economic effects, but even a forward looking discounting mechanism will have to adjust valuations when the underlying economics begin to lower forward earnings potential significantly, which is exactly why so many companies have suspended forward guidance for the year. That is not optimistic. Don't get meme'd by the "priced in" shite. It's always "priced in" until it isn't.

They're right, but you have to time it properly.

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>> No.19255671

First for amrn pump and dump

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>> No.19255681
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anime and people investing in the stock market, but not women or the Chinese.

>> No.19255687


Indeed. Got some calls in for next month ride the pump til earnings and buy puts on the earnings cash out and buy more during the inevitable dip back under 7. Fuckin money printer.

>> No.19255691
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Buying low, selling high, repeat.
fake news
pic related is Baggie

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Hello frens. I would like to report that I made big bucks today. I’m ahead of the market. How much money do I need to make anime real?

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>> No.19255700
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Okay faggots, someone explain why futures are still open?

Every single time someone asks what time futures open/close, every single person has a different answer. Is it open 24/7? Close at 4:15? 4:30? Reopen at 5? 6? Nobody really fucking knows.

>> No.19255712

>Tfw no onee-san gf

>> No.19255713
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>Attention /smg/, this is Gul Dukat. An unauthorized bearpost was sighted last thread. Any bearposting in this thread will immediately cause the thread to engage autosage. For the sake of /smg/, contain yourselves. Gul Dukat out

>> No.19255725

use google retard

>> No.19255728
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Am i doing it right?

Only going to mess around with a couple hundred now, set stop orders only for more catastrophic falls

RTX looked interesting buuut...maybe if war with china actually heats up.

I made ~$4,000 from AMD, have enough money to last me ~10 months more of unemployment, not counting signing up for welfare, hadn't used it the last 2 years I've been unemployed. Even though verifying documents online with the CA government is BS.

>> No.19255730

Say you invest 10k
Dividend stock pays 5% a year and goes up 3% will mean you have 10k + 500 + 300 = 10800.
Growth stock pays 0% a year and grows 8% will mean you have 10k + 800 = 10800.
The main difference is risk, but each employs different opportunists and advantages. Generally stocks that have dividends do not grow or fall and pay out regularly, while growth stocks may move significantly up or down.

>> No.19255733

But, those are pixels too.

>> No.19255734

Lol shut up stupid economist bitch

>> No.19255743

when are you guys gonna transition?

>> No.19255749
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> something that no amount of monetary or fiscal stimulus can fix
I've been reading about a bunch of macro stuff, like Velocity of Money. I'm getting pretty worried :<
uhhh actually that's just a pic that resembles him by coincidence, here's the real pic with his two wives

>> No.19255750
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The girl on the right is a nag, but she is ultimately correct. People should save like mad until they have made a solid nest egg.

>50k-100k liquid emergency fund
>1M in other assets
>out of debt etc

Then you can buy all the clothes you want.

>> No.19255764

I’m new here and don’t know either.

>> No.19255770

KOS - still on a roll, fat green baggie is all but assured.. God this year's been nothing but good things happening to me..

>> No.19255773

Their parents would cut of all contact with them if they did so they choose to just be mentally ill in private

>> No.19255794

Yes I'm so sad I didnt buy more

>> No.19255798
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Finally, a good first post

>> No.19255799

>pls imagine a basedjak pic. I don't have any

>> No.19255804
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stocks ownership of a company, and it used to be that the company's profits would come out as dividends. However, this isn't necessarily great for tax reasons. Companies can give return by having higher share prices instead of giving it out with a divvy.

>shoes on the bed
absolutely disgusting.

>> No.19255812
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I never buy clothes. I walk around in the cheapest shirts and pants I can get my greedy fingers on. My only jacket is 8 years old and only my hiking boots cost me 200€.

Anime shirts dont count.

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>> No.19255848

TESLA chads did you feel that bump today? The beast is waking up

>> No.19255859

Same. My life has actually been better thanks to Corona-chan.

>> No.19255880

>Amarin Supports Trial to Investigate the Effects of VASCEPA® (icosapent ethyl) in the Treatment of COVID-19
The absolute state of fishoil fags.

>> No.19255887
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>tfw 5k invested in divvy stocks with DRIP deployed

>> No.19255888
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What if we're going to stagnate for decades, like Japan did?

>> No.19255897

I buy Amazon Essentials stuff

Cheap and reasonable quality

>> No.19255899

For whatever futures contract you're interested in, first find the associated exchange, then finding their hours is easy, newfag.

Hate away cockmongler. It's called a macroeconomic cycle for a reason, and they always impact equity markets.

You can only fight gravity for so long. That doesn't mean we'll repeat March, but the effects will manifest at some point.

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boring day

>> No.19255904

Why did Nvidia dump?
They beat earnings and revenue.

>> No.19255906

Yes I have a lot more money now because of it. But not really because I havent even checked my 401k and I'm not going to

>> No.19255907
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I wear Walmart shit. I have some nice clothes (few $70 shirts and pants) but I don’t wear them. I also don’t have much money. Going back to work in a few months, but I keep my eyes on the prize.

>avoid debt like the plague
>avoid shiny objects like the plague
>save up an emergency fund
>invest the bulk

>> No.19255913

2k in spy calls bought end of day. I'm nervous.

>> No.19255926

5k invested in drip?

>> No.19255928
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>You can only fight gravity for so long

>> No.19255932

ur fukt m8e

>> No.19255935

we’re due for 3% down before monday pump

>> No.19255938
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drip drip drip drip drip drip drip drip drip drip

>> No.19255940

Should have brought more.

>> No.19255945

Shouldve been a bigger dump.
I grow impatient

>> No.19255952

I always knew that you are a faggot but this is too much. Filtered for the rest of the thread.

>> No.19255954
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401k choices. What pick? All in on VITSX?

>> No.19255955
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It will probably be green eod tomorrow despite it being a three day weekend.

>> No.19255956

Markets closed Monday.

>> No.19255957

>buying the top before a 3 day weekend

>> No.19255965

Yooo what the fuck is that.

>> No.19255973

I know what can fix this. A nice round of tax cuts.

>> No.19255976

ah shit it’s memorial day already?

>> No.19255982
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I don’t even know what I’m looking at lol

>> No.19255989

Same, I got a few nice things but mostly wal-mart. Cause I mean why bother blowing the extra green. Hell in 11 - 12 more years I really won't give a shit on clothes cause I'll be "retired". Long as you look decent and don't stink like a sewer no one will really give a shit how you dress anyway.

>> No.19255990

If you don’t know enough to pick for yourself, how bout letting them manage it instead of asking retards on a loli appreciation board?

>> No.19255991

For what purpose

>> No.19255997
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In the summer months I only wear a shirt, short pants and cheap slippers. All cheap C&A stuff or Amazon.
The only shiny objects I have is in my bank deposit box.

>> No.19256004


can somebody tell me if this site is recommended for viewing option trading ideas and unusual volumes? has anybody used it ?

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>> No.19256010
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What DTE?

>> No.19256011

i agree w you thats why i sold all of mine and set buy orders lower

>> No.19256024
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Because they pick bonds and bonds are losers. But also because this is more about if there is any worth in being in more than one of these.

Get a job

>> No.19256028

Explain this to me. And explain why I should or shouldnt go all in

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>> No.19256041

Some lotto 6/5 contracts, the rest at 6/30.

>> No.19256044
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Trips confirm these anons will have a heart attack tomorrow at the same time:

>> No.19256049

Did you send any photos back anon?

>> No.19256053

>no adblock
>not using an app
Dad get off 4chan

>> No.19256055
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you gotta look into all of those. if it's anything like vanguard you get a ton of double exposure. I don't like this market so I'm mostly bonds and cash in my 401
>inb4 screeching passive investors.
i've pretty much been positioned like this since i got a real job in 2017. Probably going to switch it up in August or so to the 2060 and explorer funds.

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>Shower and brush your teeth 2x daily
>Wear clean cloths and change them every 24 hours
>Wear clean shoes (no holes in them etc)

Just don’t look like a bum. I can also dress up if I need to go to a fancy restaurant or a special event.

>> No.19256064

reported for nsfw

>> No.19256073

You will get a 4 day ban for posting that. I know because it happened to me and some faggot reported it. Delete your picture before it happens to you

>> No.19256074

It’s called having an Iphone, aka WEALTH

>> No.19256084

I'd respond if it said " Anna(7) has sent photos"
My disappointment is immeasurable and my day is ruined

>> No.19256086

no one cared when we saw it the first time

>> No.19256088
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To be fair, this is the best time to be buying shares in your 401k. I'm still too young to really see any reason to be in bonds. Maybe in my 30s.

>iPhone doesn't have an adblock browser

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Future butthurt jannie over here

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sorry but iphone is pleb tier

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Cheap ass this is how a man should dress

>> No.19256118
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For index futures:
>Sunday - Friday 5:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. CT with a trading halt from 3:15p.m. - 3:30p.m. CT; Daily Maintenance period Monday - Thursday 4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.

>> No.19256119

Straight alphas. Shitting on betas all day

>> No.19256126

hey what anime is this from?

>> No.19256128
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I mean that in the economic sense more so than the global equity markets simultaneously plummeting into the center of the earth and creating a black hole. That would be kind of fun to watch, though.

>> No.19256129
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>Arms bigger than legs

>> No.19256131

Good luck having sex without it

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>> No.19256149
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fake and gay. picrel is how REAL men dress

>> No.19256153
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whole week has been nice for my ""safe"" divvy stock
not stressful unlike tech stocks
see you in a year or so when I double my money

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>he's smrter den u

>> No.19256163

Excessive showering depletes the oil in your hair and fucks your shit up

>> No.19256166

Posting you reported is against the rules

>> No.19256175

I gave in and went all in. Granted I started less than 2 years ago so I guess it doesn't really matter.

>> No.19256183

>Showring twice a day
I shower every second day maybe

>> No.19256184

Just pulled out of Disney pretty happy without myself short that shit now and let’s ride it again they won’t open for July and Disney springs was a complete fail!

>> No.19256189

i'm rocking iphone 5 + cheap $90 Xiaomi, and my gf is 14 younger than me. get on my level

>> No.19256191
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I have this literal Jew stock too.

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It’s alpha to exercise and get strong. It is not alpha to wear $600 skinny pants and get those faggot tattoos. They look like complete fools.

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>this is the best time to be buying shares in your 401k.
>this is the floor
maybe, but I'm not convinced.
>VBMFX and VTTSX have the same performance over the 1, 3, and 5 year timeframes
>equities are still overpriced.

I don't expect a crater, but I really don't like the potential downside.

good luck senpai

>> No.19256214

>finger on the trigger

>> No.19256217
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are we bound for another 280-290 crash?

>> No.19256221

I mean brush your teeth twice. Showering should be done daily.

>> No.19256227

I would like to see the finest of your collection of anime shirts.

Now THAT is true wealth.

>> No.19256229
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You did buy the dip, didn't you anon?

>> No.19256232

calls on APT

>> No.19256233

This is highly advanced faggotry.

>> No.19256248
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i think we want to watch for 2.6k and 3k.

>> No.19256259

The miracles of modern medicine and our own human history gave a glimpse into the future for anyone whos willing to believe it

>> No.19256270
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Stuff like this for lifting weights

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Thanks anon. Same to you.

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>280-290 crash
That's just normal the normal volatility range now. Dropping below 2800, then 2600, now that would be fun to watch. Pic related.

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They are designer pants too. Because literally only some trust fund faggot would ever buy that.

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Blessed Mordred

>> No.19256292


Apologize right now you know those absolute chads would fuck your world up and then run a train on your GF mate

>> No.19256297

blow me

>> No.19256308

Oh yes. Took full advantage of D.C.A. Now all my long term holdings are way in the green or only a dollar or two away from it. Also dumped into my funds when the big shit happened in march and here in there afterwards. So pretty much nothing but gains and divvies out the ass for me once things are flying high again.

>> No.19256310

Seeing VIX do an 80% pump would be nice.

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ok guys haha, very funny. just make your mind up on NVDA already

>> No.19256330

I have about 5k,
Should I just go all in on MRO, KOS , or one of the other divvie stocks that people are posting?

I feel like that might be a nice stress free way to make money. What are the returns on the divvie stocks, do you have to have a minimum shares?

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More than me that's for sure. Was up 3% at noon and I am now becoming exceedingly nervous. Happy that MRo is staying below 6 so I can sink more cash into.

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Based. I fucking hate those overhead skull crushers. I should instate a quota for daily dips. Triceps are atrophy.

>> No.19256359

the only thing im worried about is that RioCan diversified a bit into the US.
It's probably why the H&R REIT has been increasing much faster in comparison, but i still don't really understand why because RioCan should still be much more solid in comparison. Heck RioCan was already reducing its commercial shit and funneling into residential shit even before the pandemic

>> No.19256370

I guarantee I’ve made far more mistakes and learned less from them than he has.

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Ok so just riddle me this -- any reason (at age 25) I shouldn't just be all in on VTSAX (or similar)? This is again, all for my 401k, and I plan to swap to either a target fate fund or slowly add bonds in starting in my 30s.

>> No.19256374

who /fastmoney/ here?

>> No.19256384

Gyms are not open here yet
I can do nothing but chin ups, bw rows and push up variations.
And once you hit like 30 even while puting your feet on a chair you get very very bored extremely fast.

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>> No.19256409

that's literally what I'm doing

LITERALLY TO A TEE that's what I'm doing 1994 all day long stocks until I'm a boomer

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Ohh boy heeere we go again. Why do they put out these bogus reports when they end up proven wrong every single time

>> No.19256424

>You can only fight gravity for so long
but stocks go up in the long term
the only thing temporary is downward movement
upward price movement is eternal
think about it

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>use the tesla meme
>buy at 811
>closes at 825

>> No.19256437

>Ok so just riddle me this -- any reason (at age 25) I shouldn't just be all in on VTSAX (or similar)?
Nah. Your index ETF of choice is all you need for passive investment. Add to the position at regular intervals or on dips if you wanna apply a little bit of timing to it.

>> No.19256440

Believe Apple U1 chip will be used in mandatory contract tracing

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>> No.19256462

Well I'd just stick to the VTSAX or similar and only start doing bonds when you were right on the verge of retirement. You want to rack up those gains as long as you can. Target funds are ok, but the fees kill you and how they do the adjusting may not match your retirement date.

>> No.19256464

guys, anybody ? bump

>> No.19256469

>wearing clothes
lmao just lmao
imagine wasting money to be uncomfortable and look worse

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>> No.19256479

why post this image

have some dignity

>> No.19256485
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And now futures decided to randomly close again at a random fucking time.

>> No.19256488

Cheers lads. Time to sippppp my roth 401k up.

Fair. Personally, I do believe in a small bond position as it can help lessen blows during times of shittyness, but stocks have been rallying hard. So hard for me to justify it otherwise.

>> No.19256496

I have to wear clothes otherwise people would be looking at my watermelon sized balls everywhere I go.

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>his stocks value drop $40,000 per year
Nothing personal, kid.

>> No.19256508

Dignity in an empty sack is worth the sack.

>> No.19256518

God I wish that were me...
But with my face in her pussy after ripping that panty hose apart.

>> No.19256519

It's not a random fucking time, retard.

>> No.19256525
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>shouldn't just be all in on VTSAX (or similar)?
just take it slow going in, no reason to let go of your cash quickly, unless...
>warren buffet is an out of touch /biz/raeli
>george soros is old and stupid
Also the target funds add bonds for you. Additionally, you can better control things if you make the target funds yourself, but a handful of retirement plans won't let you have exposure to foreign bond markets and the likes without using one of the target retirement funds. go figure.

>> No.19256529

wow futures srly dropped below 295 again. See you back at 279 - retarded bulls.

>> No.19256544

Not how it works tardo

>> No.19256554

what does that mean....

wait for another 45 minutes before futures shitposting begins

>> No.19256578

Sorry. Anyway - see you at 279.

>> No.19256586

It probably has something to do with sunset and being jewish.

>> No.19256590

Of course. Time in the market is true. But, if you bought at the top of the Dot Com bubble, you would have had to wait until the very peak of the GFC to break even. If you bought at the peak of the GFC, you would have to wait for half a decade to break even. Even if you bought on the retracement in early May of 2008, you would have to wait four years to break even. DCA is fine in less volatile markets, and okay if you can't be fucked to look at the market every day. But we're on /biz/ and we can be fucked to look at the markets every day. There's too much uncertainty and short/medium term macroeconomic stress to justify buying in right now at 295. March was good, but now is not unless you're picking up a very battered sector or stock that is only oversold on technicals but has strong long term fundamentals. Everyone has their own risk tolerance.

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>Value of his stock is $400,000
>Hist stocks pay 10% dividend
>His stocks drop 10% (or more) during the year
>But still pay 10% dividend
>End Value is still $360,000 + $40,000 in dividends
Epic bruh

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>> No.19256623

Fuck, at least learn what you're talking about before talking about it.

>> No.19256628

>There's too much uncertainty and short/medium term macroeconomic stress to justify buying in right now at 295.
Exactly this. But right now the stock market is pricing is zero risk and zero fundamentals. Not a GDP drop, not bad earnings, not longer unemployments, nothing. Economy will bring the market back to reality very soon. This is the way stock markets work - mostly based on hopium and fear.

>> No.19256644


Tune is your biggest asset and the sooner you realize that the better. Who gives a fuck if you have to wait 10 years rich is rich. You need to re-think everything

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Bobros, when will our time come... it was our turn...

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this is the visual representation of the market right now

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Daily reminder

>> No.19256674

So what exactly prevents a dividend stock from falling in value vs a growth stock? Dividend stocks just cant go down? Magic dust? Did you fall for the "adjustment" meme? Because dividend stocks lose value besides their dividends.

>> No.19256678

Looking good to be a short term bear right now, hard rejection of 296 and 300. We can go back to neutral zone trading again. Tomorrow COULD end bigly red too, when you take the long weekend into account.

>> No.19256679

>Of course. Time in the market is true. But, if you bought at the top of the Dot Com bubble, you would have had to wait until the very peak of the GFC to break even
only if you bought the Nasdaq. If you bought the DOW or other sectors it wasn't nearly as bad
for the next point you made - again, that only matters if you were blindly buying certain indices. If you were heavy in auto and finance (for example) 2008 was even worse; if you weren't, or if you had any kind of stock/bond situation with re-balancing, it isn't nearly so bad as you said.

There are always opportunities. For your gravity analogy, it would be something like thermodynamics. If you look at the S&P in a one-dimensional way, you can find simple answers. But if you broaden your horizons, you can find better answers. :D

>> No.19256685

>Who gives a fuck if you have to wait 10 years rich is rich.
I'd rather have more time with good memories from when I was youthful and still rich.

>> No.19256696

Tomorrow will be ugly. 3 day weekend and a correction of most stocks that have gone up ~30% in a week.

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>> No.19256740

>So what exactly prevents a dividend stock from falling in value vs a growth stock?

The same thing that prevents it from going up. Lower volatility.

>> No.19256751

Hey works for me, more dcaing.

>> No.19256777

Should I sell kos then?

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its going to go up right? looking at 1 month

>> No.19256789

>muh 3 day weekend
the sign of a desperate btfo bear

>> No.19256821

Take oil stocks. Nothing wrong with the companies themselves. Just a "little" virus and some trade shit deal was all it took to send them into the shit. So pretty much load up and wait 6 months (or less depending). Walk out dragging a fat green bag (or two,4,etc). Easy money if you can wait.

>> No.19256824

maximum crab = maximum pain

>> No.19256835

Lower volatility from the company typically being basically unable to achieve a loss (although at the same time unable to grow formally, profit increases year on year "automatically" true "forces of nature" such as population increase in the case of utility companies), while pressure is maintained due to the dividend payed having no inherent relation to the stock price, thus the stock being increasingly attractive and thus attracting more buyers, thus stabilizing the price, whenever it ever falters. You're never achieving 50% returns on growth stocks (except in pennyland, for example), and especially not risk-free. So if a dividend stock would go so low as to provide such a payout, everyone would jump on it, increasing price, fixing the issue.

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Yeah... looks like no stopping the buying.

*this still might be bullshit but that’s a good sign

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Easiest buy of the Goddamn century niggers

>> No.19256849

At the end there is a classic shrieking dragon grappling with bull atop mountain range pattern.

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I'm thinking about consolidating everything into cpe and mro, I might hold kos but I think it isnt smart to buy right now because it just had a run.

>> No.19256870

this, they can't even come up with sensical reasons the market is going to dump anymore

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>3 day weekend
w-w-what do you mean? there's no stocks on Friday?

>> No.19256878

no you should either spend it all on something like $SPY, or invest in long term rebound companies. MRO or KOS could be good, there are a few good oil companies that are likely to keep rising, you could go even longer term with food/airlines/cruises/banks but those could take potentially years to recover.
safest would be something like $SPY because it tracks the entire index, which is going up all the time

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Already did that with PPL.TO around the time oil went negative. When it went negative, I bought more.

>> No.19256889

monday is memberberries day

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Idk Anon. Does this trend look sustainable. Do you trust people won't take profits on a 50% pump

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Realistically how long until the bull trap ends and the market comes back down to earth? How long can/will the Fed give out stimulus loans to keep the market afloat while companies rearrange their holdings and future plans?

There's talk of another stimulus package but is this decoupled from the loans the Fed/Blackrock are handing out?

>> No.19256930

Look at the price pre virus. KOS is still cheap as hell.

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You should buy Pembina Pipeline.

>> No.19256942

Hmm...I dont think I like that idea. I hate it actually

>> No.19256952

>Realistically how long until the bull trap ends and the market comes back down to earth? How long can/will the Fed give out stimulus loans to keep the market afloat while companies rearrange their holdings and future plans?
Until other countries currencies are so thoroughly ruined that there would be world wide rebellion. So, never.

>> No.19256963

This. That's why I want to keep holding it. And that's why I'm eyeing CPE heavily

>> No.19256975

90/10 VTSAX and VTBLX is the simple boomerfolio
But unironically the only thing worth holding is TQQQ and maybe TMF.

>> No.19256981

What is opportunity cost. Buying in right now at 295 has more downside risk exposure than upside return potential in the short term, which could substantially limit longer term returns if we see extended downside, as we have in every other recession of the same magnitude. For /biz/raelis, watching the markets everyday and managing risk appropriately based on market and macroeconomic conditions shouldn't be hard to do. Your potential return on your capital is much higher if you bought in at March. Likewise, now, when there's more risk at our current price levels, it's simply less risky to wait a month or two to go in with whatever remaining dry powder you've got after we have more market and economic clarity.

I completely agree that sector allocation, index tracking, and individual stock picking can result in very different results. The indices are very top heavy right now, and there are ton of battered sectors and individual stocks that typically get overlooked in markets like this. It's a great opportunity for individual stock pickers and bargain hunters as opposed to index matching "passive investors." But, that's the majority of your retail investor these days. Similarly, funds that attempt to minimize risk and still meet minimum returns in the current market (e.g., pensions) are buoying indices right now, along with defensive tech and healthcare picks. If, for any reason, that mini-bubble gets popped, there will be market-wide effects. If you're DCA'ing into selected stocks with strong fundamentals that are beaten down only on a technical level, it's probably irrelevant long term, since their downside potential is less. But for the percentage of your portfolio allocated to index matching, the substantial uncertainty elevates risk for buying in right now, at 295. More incentive to go bargain hunting.

>> No.19256982

it was below 2800 a couple of days ago. was that fun to watch you shithead.

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Is VTIQ gonna dip below 23 tomorrow?

>> No.19256996

protip go long 50% spy 50% 3x leverage nasdaq, enjoy easy money

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>You're never achieving 50% returns on growth stocks
>looks at Amazon
>looks at Netflix
>looks at Apple
>looks at Zoom
>looks at SPY
>looks at QQQ
And so on.

>everyone would jump on it
>looks at DHT
>looks at KO
>looks at KHC
>looks at XOM

Its almost as if dividend stocks perform roughly the same as growth stocks over time and the only difference is investment and tax preference and that earnings $40k in dividends doesn't mean anything without knowing the total invested and the unrealized gains/losses.

>> No.19257014

I dont like this. I prefer throwing a bit in these safe oil and energy stocks for easy 2x 3x long, maybe a bit in some riskier tech stocks that are still good 2x 3x long holds yet they may also moon

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>How long can/will the Fed give out stimulus loans to keep the market afloat while companies rearrange their holdings and future plans?
indefinitely, but wether the credit is actually extended to corps in trouble (and creditworthy corps) is a completely different question
>There's talk of another stimulus package but is this decoupled from the loans the Fed/Blackrock are handing out?
They're not really together. FED/Blackcock are concerned with credit markets and preventing panic - the fursthest away they have gone is in extending loans to municipalities that are going bankrupt. Fiscal policies are probably going to be more focused on public works and the state and local government regulations. These gov entities have specific requirements for their balance sheets but have little to no ways to generate revenue. We might see a cares extension or a payroll tax moratorium. I have doubts on the latter. It's fucking horse shit. Trump better imprison whoever is standing in the way of that and promoting more faggot cares.

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has the amzn put tripcode guy held his position?

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>he doesn't know
Nobody tell him

>> No.19257040

Honestly, he doesn't even really look like the same dude.

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>> No.19257056

You didn't buy a literal scam, did you anon?

>> No.19257058

USO has almost nothing to do with long term oil price.

You know that right?

>> No.19257068

I think I will desu senpai. What do you think about CNQ? And when, if ever, are canadian banks becoming viable again?

>> No.19257087

Well the thing going in your favor with CPE is that they have to maintain least $1 a share stock price for 10 days or risk getting kicked off the exchange. It's at 0.73 - 0.75 now there's still room for gains depending on how much you tossed in it.

>> No.19257088

Show me amazon's, netflix's, apple's, SPY or QQQ's 50% year on year increase, retard. Tell your tard wrangler to keep a tighter leash on you because she's not doing a good job at all.

>> No.19257097

I see that as are most stocks. Sell now and buy back when it inevitability dips here real soon

>> No.19257123

Oil is bound from above by tech because EVERYTHING is bound from above by tech. It was the only sector doing anything for the past 4 years and that will continue. There will be a trimming of some of the fat like Uber and Zoom at some point but nothing is going to come close to tech.
2x/3x returns on oil is fine but TQQQ has already recovered almost 2x already and if it even gets to where it was before it'll be 4x before oil starts giving you any serious gains.
USO is designed to ruin idiots.

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here are some companies im watching, mostly interested in oil, just keep an eye on these others to see how they are doing

>> No.19257145

Look at price of CPE before coronavirus. I'm long on cpe, it's going to 2x 3x 4x in 1 to 3 years. Oil and energy stocks are so goddamn stable it's insane. They already bottomed out, they will just continue to grow

>> No.19257146

>dividend stocks have 50% per year return
What the fuck?

>> No.19257188

Wait should I be in cpe or cve? Or just watch both

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it's March 16th again!

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tomorrow we break through 300 lads

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I'm considering XOM & OXY hedged with EURN & FRO, desu.
you can start under 25, but plan for it to go as low as $18 and possibly fucking $12.
>no SAVE
that's all i can think of on your list. I'd stay away from KSS and GE personally.

>> No.19257217

6 or 7 Eastern time on Sunday to 6pm on Friday

>> No.19257230

Right now some of them do either literally or after corona on a cost basis. When the price goes back up due to corona meme being over, they'll be back to their usual 5-10% range, but the return on investment remains 50% yearly. Classical dividend stocks were some of the more beaten down, with many cutting their divvies, yet being almost guaranteed to bring it back once we're reopened. Think big-name restaurant chains, energy, REITs (especially commercial), banks.

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how are the divvies?
oh wait...

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We are gonna make it fren. Don’t you worry

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If you zoom out CNQ has been very volatile over the years while PPL has had steady growth.
>Canadian banks
Earnings reports are coming soon. People forget Canadian banks were solid during 2007-2009.

>> No.19257245

You are not even able to hold 295. try harder

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As I understand it the USD is still extremely strong despite money printer go brrrrr. The USD backs a lot of foreign loans so I don't see that changing any time soon. The market can't be propped up forever, especially with such high unemployment and loss in productivity.

I'm not sure the Fed or Blackrock cares about the ability to pay back the loans since the Treasury is the one backing them on a first loss basis. I don't even think there is any real oversight on who these loans are given to since Trump sort of struck that whole idea down. I'm mostly worried about certain companies getting massive amounts of loans they will default on purposely and stick the taxpayer with paying off.

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>my stocks have risen so far above my entry price that I don't even need to watch them all day while sweating bullets
>I can just glance at the price once or twice a day now and be thoroughly satisfied
>They won't fall below my entry price again unless there was some serious shit going down
>now I'm just riding back up to pre-corona levels

oh thank god. I was so sick of that shit taking up all my mental energy.

>> No.19257256

Its amazing that even as boomer dividend investing was basically dead in 2000 that it lives on in 2020 as boomers begin to kick the bucket.

>> No.19257267

tomorrow 24k dies again

>> No.19257275

What else are you gonna do when growth stock is overpriced, big companies are strangling the small ones, value doesn't exist anymore, and bonds don't give shit?

>> No.19257279

and 290, if not 285

>> No.19257285

>dividends will just come back
>they will come back at the same percentage
>none of them could restructure or go bankrupt
>everything has been priced in except 50% div yield somehow
Bruh, thats not how it works, but you do you.

>> No.19257288

>>my stocks have risen so far above my entry price that I don't even need to watch them all day while sweating bullets
Sell and buy in again.
How would you feel then about it?

>> No.19257301

I'm buying airline stocks

>> No.19257303

The fed won’t try to prop up the stock market forever anyways. They’re just trying to fight off a deflationary spiral and keep businesses solvent through the shutdown.
If anons really believed the Fed will buoy stocks forever, they ought to fucking buy calls. The same people bitching about a clown market are also buying puts.

>> No.19257311

Every single time you post you keep showing you have not even the slightest clue what a dividend is or does.

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Just buy the fucking TQQQ

>> No.19257322

things like KSS and GE I like to watch because they give an indication of an aspect of the market, GE is always one of the highest volume traded, KSS gives an indication of retail confidence/corona impacted business

XOM could be good def potential for growth, im staying the hell away from tankers.

WFC im watching to see bank confidence or how that sector is doing

airlines also keeping an eye on to see where that sector is headed, but im certain its fucked for a long time

>> No.19257325

I have $0.98 guys. What do I buy?

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>work from home now for months
>start investing, make some money
>focus for work starts to get less and less
>anxiety because not getting as much work done as I want to

That's it, tomorrow and next week it's back to normal. My stocks are so high past buy in now I can start to relax instead of stare at them all day. I'm not dealing with this anxiety anymore.

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>> No.19257334

TQQQ will get blown the fuck out in time.

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party hats!

>> No.19257339

High-yield dividend stocks bought at the right time give metric fucktons more. TQQQ hold has drawdowns as severe as 99.2%. Why did you not compare any of the portfolios with a dividend one? Are you tarded?

>> No.19257341

is there anything more to buying stocks than timing the fed pumps?

>> No.19257344

I think CVE is a better choice, cpe is flat-lining

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So the pandemic is ending soon, right? We won't be like this for much longer, right? Things will all be normal soon, right?

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In 2016 I could have bought 500 shares of SHOP for $22. That $11,000 would have been worth $401,175 right now. It hurts in hindsight but that's how it goes. If it was easy everyone would do it. Almost half a million dollars in about 4 years.

>> No.19257357

There would really have to be a sector worth a shit for that to happen. TQQQ inherits the "self-cleansing" properties of the NASDAQ to blow away truly meme shit like ZOOM if that ever happens.
So again,
Just Buy the Fucking TQQQ

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good lad

>> No.19257363

new normal

>> No.19257371

Every single time you post you keep showing you have not even the slightest clue what a dividend is or does.

>> No.19257373

Give me your absolute PEAK of the crop dividend stocks
I'll compare to the gigachad TQQQ

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You tell me. Nevertheless, meme virus.

>> No.19257386

yeah but you would have sold on several occasions during that run. Shopify's success was not assured in 2016.

>> No.19257388

Kek, AMD was just $2 not that long ago... Sucks.. Oh well at least we have this virus to give us cheapies on a platter

>> No.19257395

Divvie is not viable for some EU countries.

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>I'm not sure the Fed or Blackrock cares about the ability to pay back the loans
The FED and Blackcock are interested in credit markets, but not if anyone can pay. They are there to ensure that people can buy, sell, extend, and obtain debt/credit. Additionally we do need to consider the overwhelming demand for dollars abroad and the unemployment situation that we're in. So the fed is working on the deflationary pressures right now as well - this is something that both sets of policymakers are working on together.
>mostly worried about certain companies getting massive amounts of loans they will default on purposely and stick the taxpayer with paying off
it will likely happen intentionally or unintentionally. Hopefully we see a bunch of chapter 11. The loan underwriters (banks) likely have incentives to give loans to businesses that have leverage over them (we saw this with PPP).

>im staying the hell away from tankers
Only reason i mention tankers is that they should get a bump if US Shale is put under stress. Additionally if there are tariffs on oil passed by US government, OXY should see a nice pump while tankers might take a hit from it. They should work nicely together in this environment, dut i don't really like the play - hence why i don't have it.

>> No.19257401

Don't bother, he doesn't even know what hes talking about. He thinks dividend stocks magically provide 50% yearly returns. If only people were as smart as him and realized they could also get 50% per year returns by buying dividend stocks!

>> No.19257417


Nice choice. I’m in OILK. Good luck fren :)

>> No.19257431


25% of jc penny

>> No.19257444

How hard do we gap up?

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Fucking kek

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checked. We gap up so hard that it's a gap down.

>> No.19257529

Lads I put 5 grand into the market having no experience. I got 10% return in like 4 or 5 weeks putting my eggs all in one basket and dumped that shit. Am I retarded or is that pretty good. Anyone have some good general first time stories or advice?

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>> No.19257542

>retarded or is that pretty good
>general first time stories or advice?
trade on paper

>> No.19257549

You will find out if this is for you when you take a huge hit at some point. And not be sure if you should try to ride it out or cut your losses. But you will lose big at some point.
Everyone does. It's a rite of passage.

>> No.19257557

10% is good for a month. Some diversity is better

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>last two numbers of your roll is the rank of the current crash
>no match is reroll
>trips crashes the market with no survivors
>quads eternal permabull

>> No.19257579

> diversity
13% stocks fail half the time

>> No.19257584

Aren't you supposed to be buying more stock with the dividends?

>> No.19257602

Why was Chesapeake oil so high?

>> No.19257612

do you pay taxes on divys for a roth?

>> No.19257613

>I play 8 chamber Russian roulette

>> No.19257622

I was up 2k during my first month of trading and then I was down 6k
watch out for greed

>> No.19257625

Is it good? I don't know what the fuck I'm doing.

>> No.19257633

Roll fuck it

>> No.19257640

anybody fall asleep during the afternoon session cuz i sure fuckin did

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Genius, why didn't I think of this

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it's just a nothingburger r-right bros?

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guys I'm finally retiring, these past months were just insane. goodbye /smg/, I'll miss the mumu and bobo spamming every up and downtick but will not miss the tripfags.

>> No.19257654

Everyone fleeing into the tech sector for its safety only inflates the bubble.

The pop will be insane.
I dunno.

>> No.19257655

Dividend stocks are discounted by their payouts. It isn't "extra worth". Like unironically the best play was to buy Disney shortly AFTER they got rid of theirs if you don't intend to hold it for decades.

>> No.19257657

Implying futures do matter that early, kek. wait 10 hours for some srs numbers.

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Well, I think so anyway. I went in pretty heavily on the whole airline industry earlier this week myself with intention to long hold.

>> No.19257663


Set buy date to 2008-02-"01" and end date to 2020-02-"01"
2008 simulates the conditions where return on capital are maximized (i.e you buy the stock when it's beaten down and reaches 30% yields), and where a recovery follows.
It also excludes the current crash because the effect is entailed in the aftermath of the 2008 events, and not all stocks are temporarily (important) affected the same during the crash.

>> No.19257679

what do you mean CHK looks like its doing extremely badly.
they are bleeding money at light speed

>> No.19257685

Apple is a dividend stock

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k see you next week.

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what are yall's best dividend stocks?

oil seems safest and highest, after all this clears out

>> No.19257704

Has anyone tried a robo portfolio like smart portfolio from charles Schwab? I'm considering doing that for long term investment instead of just picking an ETF.

>> No.19257707

Is this bullish or not? Cannot decide.

Decide for yourself. Trump already said, no lockdown anymore. So in the end it doesn't matter.

>> No.19257710

Both dotcom and tech bursts were over the span of years which would likely result in true garbage being delisted in the mean time and actual tech companies or merit like MSFT staying around. Overnight sudden pops are limited by circuit breakers. Just sell it all if that happens since the whole market is probably crashing since its led along by tech anyway. Rebuy if it was temporary.

>> No.19257716

I got the Johnny Walker Blue Label Ghost and Rare. Poured my self a nice glass to celebrate a great day on the trading front. Cheers to all you who dumped your gold, and cheers to Jeff Bezos for making his companies stock price high enough for my puts. Also, cheers to the Anon that I gave the beer to.

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>> No.19257718

Going all in on anything is a bad idea unless you're a poorfag and don't have a choice. Staying in the game is more important than getting rich quick, and you stay in the game by being diversified, I personally don't put more than 10% into anything no matter how sure I am of the outcome because you just never know.

You may get lucky going all in a few times but it will catch up to you eventually and when it does your account will get blown up.

>> No.19257720


I’m the mayor of sim city

>> No.19257724

I figured I may have been a bit retarded to risk it like that, $500 really isnt that much.
I've always heard this and to make it worse it was on fucking Boeing lel so in a way you know I'm retarded
Should I chalk it up to just a lucky break then and gtfo on a positive or selectively continue and just try to avoid being greedy

>> No.19257736

And I'll drink my scotch for you too. Cheers and enjoy your retirement.

>> No.19257756

>it was on fucking Boeing
holy shit bro.
>Should I chalk it up to just a lucky break then and gtfo on a positive or selectively continue and just try to avoid being greedy
I would personally take the winnings or half of the winnings and use them to gamble if you want to feel invested and learn to be a degenerate trader. the rest i would sit on in cash until we clear upwards or downwards.

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Remember how aggressively stocks made gains the 2 months leading into the crash? Tech is the honey-trap, now.

>> No.19257809

I'll go an even spread and post the results next thread.

>> No.19257847

If its in a growth stock you just leave it until you think its done growing or need the money.
Dividend stocks aren't BAD but they are not magic.

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>> No.19257861

>Implying futures do matter that early, kek
>I-It only matters when it's convenient for me

>> No.19257904

Kek, I tossed 8,557 on KOS (4300 shares). Cause all it takes is a look at February of this year to see the reward via waiting... My sell order is already set.. In times of epic shits you need to act with haste to get a fat green bag with relative ease.

>> No.19257906

noob here - ive been investing in USO cause i thought it was oil price, i mean its working great, but what is it if its not that? the stocks done nothing but go up for several weeks now..

>> No.19257915

after hours Futures =! opening Futures

But whatever makes you feel happy.

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Oh mumu, how will you escape damnation?

>> No.19258456

and you mssr bear, how will you escape deflation?

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