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>> No.19316110

kek WTF
unicode edited out the >

-_-;

>> No.19316141

>>19316110
kys and then delete your thread retard

>> No.19316158

poor RKG, always second place...

>> No.19316180

>>19316141
you should take you own advice

>>19316158
only because was trying fix copy pasta but that not work well either

>> No.19316193

>>19316180
as long as you did your best, that's what counts
I was going to take a picture of the fungi I'm growing for u but I'm too lazy so

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Gold futures at 1729

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>>19316110
>SPX(you)

>> No.19316537

>>19316436
More bergs needed.

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>>19316436

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>>19316089
>SPXU
No

>> No.19317381

Amaterasu

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>>19317381

>> No.19317788

QQQ is gonna be QQKill

>> No.19317808

>>19316089
>Required Guro:
Ok but where’s the cock and ball torture?

>> No.19317824

brainlet here, can somebody explain why US futures are open with market being closed tomorrow?

>> No.19317837

>>19317225
Based and redpilled

>> No.19318039

>>19317824
was just about to ask this

>> No.19318065

>>19317824
3rd that
Apparently its because the gotdamn europeans.

>> No.19318079

War with Venezuela this week.

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>>19318079
>he believes the media lies about Trump being a warmonger
How pathetic

>> No.19318127

>>19318108
Remember that one time we assassinated the top Iranian general?

>> No.19318134
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money retard here, is there any reason i don't just buy 3000 dollars of dividend stocks (i.e. Vanguard's VHYAX) and just call that my passive income? should I also purchase REITs for the sake of diversification?

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>>19317824
It am Globex, anon...
also look at market clock on OP, it tell you all market open atm

>> No.19318228

>>19318127
How did trump handle it when Iranians responded by striking a US base and causing US military personnel brain damage? Do you recall?

>> No.19318256

other thread got me hungry, are cauliflower crust pizzas good?

>> No.19318340

>>19318134
if you are lazy, don't want to manage your portfolio much, and like the trickle of dividends, then yes dividend etfs aren't a bad idea. Just be careful on the types of dividends/distributions, as some will be taxed differently than others. If you just want your money to grow and don't care about the trickle of dividends then just buy SPY.

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>>19318256
you have to make them yourself or theyre not keto and healthy and help you lose weight theyre basically just pizza crust because they add some flour in there which makes it unhealthy

you have to be careful

theyre liars

>> No.19318436

>>19318228
We tricked them to shooting down a commercial jet filled with their own citizens.

>> No.19318455
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>futures are green
So much for blood Tuesday.

>> No.19318484

>>19318455
Null?

>> No.19318492

What does it mean when I text a dick pic and a girl replies “lol”? I’m confused, it doesn’t make any sense.

>> No.19318502
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i sold most of my airliner and just got JETS instead

pretty straight forward it makes sense since any one of them could go bankrupt but not all of them

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>>19318455
J u s t.

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>>19318492
Means your dick is small.

>> No.19318520

Is it too late to go all in on $PRTS?

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>>19318059
>gook wife

Living the dream, lad.

>> No.19318678

>>19318492
did you use lighting and perspective properly or did you just place your wiener in front of your phone camera and snap off some random pic?
photography is an art form, you need to add context and form to your dicc piccs

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>>19318226
>>19318065
>>19318039
>>19317824
This took like two seconds.

>> No.19318721

>>19318134
Just take good growth stocks, sell a 3 month call way OTM and sit there waiting.
Way way more efficient than divvies. I dont even really get divvies. They are so insignificant I do not even consider them before buying

>> No.19318733

pee pee poo poo

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WTF??? HOW ARE FUTURES OPEN??? IT"S THE FUCKING HOLIDAY THE MEMORIAL DAY WE ARE SUPPOSED TO THANK THEM FOR THEIR SERBIVCE TODAY WTFFF MAN

>> No.19318811

>>19318778
heh, very based
>tips fedora

>> No.19318828

THOSE HEART SIGNS ARE FOR PEOPLE LIKE ME...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqWRaAF6_WY

>> No.19318834

>>19318778
Veterans day is for thanking people for their service. Memorial day is for remembering/honoring those who died while serving their country by getting drunk and grilling burgers and hot dogs.

>> No.19318844

>>19318721
they're significant if you have the right amount of money and are making strategic bets on what you want to owjn

>> No.19318846

>>19318834
It's what they would have wanted =)

>> No.19318875

>>19318834
What if I don't care?

>> No.19318880

I wish only fans was publicly traded so that I could go long on the whores

>> No.19318887

IT'S FINALLY MEMORIAL DAY... I WANT TO TAKE A MOMENT TO DO THE SILENCE FOR THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bfe4TxvUOiw

>> No.19318905

THANK YOU.

>> No.19318921

>>19318887
you think he'll be there tomorrow?

>> No.19318933

>>19318887
how old is that gook you are fucking?

>> No.19318934

thank me for my service bros

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>>19318721
>Way way more efficient than divvies. I dont even really get divvies. They are so insignificant I do not even consider them before buying

Speculating on the underlying & being subjected to it's downside is so lucrative for you that sitting back and comfortably earning 13% isn't worth your time?

Maybe you are the greatest trader ever, but I suspect you're just larping on the internet with $800 in a Robinhood account, and this is why you will always be poor.

>> No.19318941

>>19317225
where can i buy these etfs as a euro now that they banned etfs over here?

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does it work?

>> No.19318953

>>19318846
ids wad tehy would hab wanded :DDDDDDD

>> No.19318959

>>19318941
>they banned etfs over here?
for what purpose

>> No.19318961

I seriously can not wait till whole fucking system crashes and gold and silver shoots to the moon so I can go cash out and buy everyones shit from them real cheap and then go sell it back to them 10 years later when its in another bubble...... if you aren't wanting that.. then you might be one of those fucks that get scared out and sell everything dirt cheap.. i'm talking campers.. boats.. houses.. vacation houses... their actual houses.... shits gunna be so cash

>> No.19318989

Hmm, BNGO looks to be on the uptrend. 0.50 now. Has to hit 1.00 to stay on the exchange. Also they're doing a possible R/S. So buy 16000 shares, place my sell order at 1.00 and wait.. 16,000 bucks by eow. Or wait till the R/S vote sell right after it takes effect. Either way I'd be on track to hit my goal of 30,000

>> No.19319001

FUTURES ARE MOONING BOISS!!!

>> No.19319003

>>19318959
the eurolards tried banning shortselling so guessing it's related

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Another episode of the drunk schizo talking to himself? Thank fuck for filters

>> No.19319013

>>19318942
Well it has green dollar symbols for when you win but seems to ignore to the red dollar symbols, when you lose.

>> No.19319015

>>19318959
they made etfs require some fucking gay information before being allowed on euro exchanges and retarded lazy americans haven't been bothered to provide it

>> No.19319020

>>19318961
hoping for a nice boomer mc mansion I can resell for shitloads more once housing pumps again

>> No.19319040

>>19319015
Why should we care if they're traded on the Euro exchanges or not when it's your arbitrary rule that caused the issue in the first place?

>> No.19319066

>>19318942
Also the sell covered call thing is wrong. The arrows should be opposite. You are hoping the stock goes down.

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>>19316089
making a stock bot rn, getting about 50-55% accuracy on tests, what are some good indicators I should add

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>>19319077
forgot to mention I'm allowing "no action" as an option so its about +17-22% better than guessing

>> No.19319088

>>19319066
It's saying if the stock price goes up, you sell the stock off entirely, not sell covered call.

>> No.19319106

/biz/ newfriend here. any good suggestions until i start to understand what the fuck im doing? also any sites about learning about this stuff besides khan fucking academy would be based

>> No.19319112

>>19318942
do the credit spreads bro

>> No.19319115

+2% by morning, +5% by Tuesday

>> No.19319122

>>19318942
Would really help if you found something that offered contracts that expired 3 times a week, similar to SPY

>> No.19319130

>>19319106
Gee if only there were links in the OP

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>>19319106
Or read everything in the OP 7 times

>> No.19319136

>>19319106
put your money in a few different high growth etfs and let it sit there until you have a better understanding of what you're doing

>> No.19319148

>>19318942
Yeah pretty much.
It takes a fair amount of time, and as long as you don't get greedy, it's nice.

I'm doing it with half my account, and the other half is degenerate option playing. If I ever get to making it territory, I'll switch it to full time.

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Do markets open up today or do they not? I'm tired of this American mercenary circlejerk shit, someone give me a straight answer.

>> No.19319173

>>19319106
>any good suggestions
Do not FOMO and fucking wait, wait and WAIT.

I didn't wait and I bought heavy ass fucking bags. Waiting is king. Lost potential profit is lost potential profit, but heavy bags are heavy bags and uncertainty.

>> No.19319185

>>19319040
>Why should we care if they're traded on the Euro exchanges
we don't which is why the docs that are being requested still have not been provided. Those ETFs aren't even meant for EU institutionals so docs may never even come , yurup has their own versions of SPY *QQQ etc

also, muh evil shortsellers complicates provision of QQQ types

>> No.19319195

>>19319173
Very true

>> No.19319202

>>19319130
educational sites:
>investopedia
will read but it seems more like a manual if anything else
>khan academy
cringe

>> No.19319234

Didn’t we have a poster predicting a surge in rodent activity and investing in a pest control stock?

It’s been popping up on my news/twitter feed lately. The prophesied is coming to pass.

>> No.19319250

>>19319148
What % would you say you get per month?

>> No.19319261

DFEN?

>> No.19319277

>>19319261
It's gaining momentum but might still be early.

>> No.19319284

>>19319173
>>19319195
this, fuck heavy bags. I'll forgo the largest opportunities and sleep well, but heavy bags are always much more unpleasant.
But don't try to time bottom either because your purchase should be sufficiently forward facing to make it worth purchasing around the bottom and make a decent (non greedy) return.

>> No.19319294

>>19318942
Yep. I do this with dividend stocks. Premium every week, dividends every week.

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the wheels in the sky
keep on turrrniiiin!

>> No.19319364

What am I supposed to do tomorrow with closed markets?

>> No.19319372

>>19319088
It says sell covered call.

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>>19319364
Make hamburgers.

>> No.19319390

>>19319374
Too much pepper

>> No.19319398

>>19319364
You can trade futures, decide on your Tuesday strategy, trade international markets. Or just play vidya like me. I bought subnautica below zero.

>> No.19319412

>>19319364
FOREX

>> No.19319455

>>19319020
that'll be nice.. maybe a few small vacation homes here and there.. housing will always pump but theres always over leveraged people that lose shit when their pay check stops

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>>19319390

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>>19319510
nah, he's right, especially if that pepper is being mixed in. I personally prefer a small amount of pepper in the mix - no salt, but then sprinkling S&P to the outside before searing. I'm not convinced on onions and onion powder. seems too meatloafy at that point.

>> No.19319603

>>19319578
Nah, the onion and garlic powder is good in burgers. Paprika might be too much though.

>> No.19319610

>>19318937
>Speculating on the underlying & being subjected to it's downside
Jesus Christ.
Writing a covered call does not subject you to the downside of a stock anymore than holding the stock does.
In fact the downside is slightly lower depending on the delta. It caps your potential upside.
>Trading a stock with 13% dividend
You will soon find out why that is a warning sign, not an incentive to buy the stock.
>Projecting and calling the other person poor
Lmao
>>19318844
KO as a stable stock with 3% dividend would barely pay me 3k a year for 100k invested.
Buying V and selling a 5% OTM call month after month would give you safe 1,5% credit every month.

>Just get a million so the 3% will matter
Ok. Great.
>Just trade this this 10+% divvy energy stock
How about no.
I do not have to explain why, I hope.

Dividends barely matter with good stocks. Even stuff like KO or PEP.

>> No.19319620

futures be crabbing

>> No.19319624
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I made a thing.
Covered Call Calculations
Ticker: NTNX
Price: 24.61
Cap: 4,790,434,816
| Strike | Price | % | Max | Move | Protect |
|----------|---------|------|-------|--------|-----------|
| 20.00 | 5.00 | 1.58 | 1.58 | -18.73 | 20.32 |
| 21.00 | 4.00 | 1.58 | 1.58 | -14.67 | 16.25 |
| 21.50 | 3.60 | 1.99 | 1.99 | -12.64 | 14.63 |
| 23.00 | 2.85 | 5.04 | 5.04 | -6.54 | 11.58 |
| 24.00 | 2.35 | 7.07 | 7.07 | -2.48 | 9.55 |
| 25.00 | 1.80 | 7.31 | 8.90 | 1.58 | 7.31 |
| 26.00 | 1.45 | 5.89 | 11.54 | 5.65 | 5.89 |
| 27.00 | 1.10 | 4.47 | 14.18 | 9.71 | 4.47 |
| 28.00 | 0.90 | 3.66 | 17.43 | 13.77 | 3.66 |
| 29.00 | 0.65 | 2.64 | 20.48 | 17.84 | 2.64 |

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>>19319603
yeah, garlic powder is a must. I guess I normally find that the garlic powder tends to take the stage over the onion powder or flakes most of the time. I agree on the paprika too. It seems almost like an dry mix for a pork shoulder or something. I'm 100% for the brown sugar on meh ground beef tho - cheat code tier.

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>>19319624
nice bro

>> No.19319684

>>19319655
You’re alright anon, I’d invite you to a backyard cookout. Try dehydrated onions instead of onion powder if you feel like the powder doesn’t do it for you.

>> No.19319687

>>19318942
instead of covering the sold put with cash you buy the lower and make it a credit spread. works pretty well and probably the most reliable way to build a small account

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>>19319655
garlic powder is probably one of the best things ever

i dont make burgers cuz im too lazy to mix the shit together

and lived here 1 year without ever buying a big mixing bowl

but im sure it could be decent if you knew how to season ur beef meat good

keto btw

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>>19319624
works well enough for what you are trying to do

>> No.19319710

Aus fag here, looking to put 10k into a etf/s&p 500
centered around technology any good ones on NASDAQ?

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>>19318942
Yes.
Why shouldnt it?

You have a problem if the market dumps but you have that anyways if you hodl actual stocks.

>> No.19319727

>>19319710
Just take QQQ

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>>19319678
>>19319708
Just open the picture and its fixed, meanies...

>> No.19319764

>>19319716
PAY CUNBTS

>> No.19319769

>>19319710
SOXL TECL
>>19317225

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>>19319737
I don't see it, bro...

>> No.19319833

pp
poopoo

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>>19319774
Price = Price of the call option
% = Market price / Option price
Max = maximum return
Move = % difference between strike and market price
Protect = % price can fall and still break even

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>>19319727
based perma-QQQuck
i will be here to laugh when you get btfo

>> No.19319941

>>19319234
Anyone?

Maybe anyone remember that pest control stock? Could also be a good time for the publicly traded funeral services stocks like Carriage.

>>19319916
How far down on SQQQ are you?

>> No.19319961

>>19319916
Kek I was the top post in that pic. Thanks for immortalizing me, I’ll be sure to come back and update you from my space yaht when my calls print.

>> No.19319982

>>19319961
Why would you waste that much money on a yacht?

Buy an army, invade, conquer, pillage

>> No.19320009

>>19319961
Tendies and print have been coopted by redd!t. The new terminology is “milk money” and “cunny”.

So when your calls cunny you will get all that milk money to buy your lambo.

Maybe whore dollars instead of milk money? I dunno let’s workshop this.

>>19319982
That’s a game you literally can’t win. Anywhere worth conquering has a much bigger war chest. You could maybe kill off the Cony militia or something in shit africastan but what’s the point?

No, you collect your milk money to allow yourself to buy more stock and make bigger plays. Some games have a very high table minimum.

>> No.19320018

>>19319941
down like 50 bucks not a big deal, still have them.

>> No.19320053

heh, check out the chart for RH
even more bloated than W

>> No.19320063

>>19318733

penis and vagina

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>>19319684
I'll make sure to grab some next time I'm shopping. Hopefully the meat prices stay a bit lower for a while.

>>19319691
lazy/10. Although, the cost of some of the premade burgers is approaching or reaching below ground beef.. I haven't mixed a burger in ages. I should make sure to buy some ground beef before it spikes to $60/lb or some BS.

>> No.19320104

Look at this shit. I mean, are Asian women even people? Can’t even speak English. How do I turn twitter clips into webms?

https://twitter.com/miss_maga_zine/status/1242693391768358912?s=20

>>19320018
What %?

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>>19320075
i never thought about buying pre made burgers

gulp.

why didnt i do that before

>> No.19320131

>>19320018
why would you ever buy a 2x or 3x inverse etf lol, literally throwing your money into a black hole. should have bought vix calls instead

>> No.19320143

This is a retarded question, but you can exercise an option at any time during market hours, right?
I heard someone say it's only exercised at the closing bell, but that sounds wrong.

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>>19320075
>tfw no vitiligo gf
why live

>> No.19320230

>>19320143
European options can only be exercised at expiration time. American options can be exercised any market time before the expiration date.

>> No.19320283

>>19318519
Holy shit is that what happens in that show?
Did the creator have no clue what narrative he was doing and made shit up as he went along?
>>19320230
Okay, I thought it made no sense that options could only be used at market close.

>> No.19320316

>>19320283
I think the confusion is because a lot of brokerages will exercise ITM options at expiration if not already exercised. Also it makes sense not to exercise early unless the price action is moving heavily against your option. Gotta squeeze out as much greed as possible.

>> No.19320336

>>19320009
I think cunny money is better. But then we would need something else to replace “print”... how about we keep it simple and reddit-proof and change it to nigher? “when my calls nigger, I’ll have enough cunny money to buy twelve cunny honeys”?

>> No.19320391

>>19318828
>>19318887
why do you guys let this schizo namefag shit up your thread?

>> No.19320392

>tfw missed the dip on most stocks
should I just kill myself?

>> No.19320425

>>19320316
That's probably exactly what confused me. Thanks for the help.
>it makes sense not to exercise early unless the price action is moving heavily against your option
Does that mean people rarely exercise if the underlying stock is volatile throughout the day?

>> No.19320434

>>19320336
Oh god... cunny money is brilliant. So obvious that I couldn’t see it! Well done!

I get annoyed by print because either bears or reds!t screen shots or something, always talking some gay shit about puts printing. So many posts a couple weeks ago about Disney puts printing, glad those fuckers got BTFO.

>>19320391
You don’t even know the difference between a namefag and a tripfag, so I’m not gonna take tips from you.

>>19320392
Nah, what I do is buy the dips in big pharma names, and always keep cash on the side in case something really good dips. Besides, I’ll only be in my 40s for the next crash... fuck. Well it’ll be here sooner than you realize.

>> No.19320436

>>19320391
We just ignore him, but apparently that’s too difficult for you.

>> No.19320488
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Today will end very green.

>> No.19320543

>>19320488
I think you mean Tuesday.
Tuesday will end very green?

Rolling for Aoyama Hikaru (9)

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>>19320543
Oh right, Memorial Day.

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>>19320391
>doesn't know baggie and company
you must be new here

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>>19320576
You can trade in communist markets instead.

>> No.19320609

>>19320283
Like most japanese, hell like most people, he assumes if someone gets rekt they must've deserved it somehow. It helps normies from facing the fact they are fucking weakling cowards and have no control over if they live or die. Easier to think 'fuckers deserved it' than 'fuck I could be next'

>> No.19320623

>>19320488
Rolling.

>>19319603
>>19319655
You can dial back the paprika and pepper to suit your taste, but if you haven't tried a similar mix on a burger, try it tomorrow (today). Also, don't forget to sprinkle a little freshly grated or ground nutmeg on your home fries. Fry them up with thinly sliced onion and some fresh parsley tossed on at the end for maximum effect.

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>>19320595
right, that's what i meant

>> No.19320636

>>19320488
Roll

>> No.19320649

every time i check futures the ibovespa is green every day. does it just dump every day then pump in the futures market?

>> No.19320669

Levels on the ES to watch:
2981 : Percent based equal move for A-C parts of correction

3007: Point based equal move for last move up (Wave 1=Wave 3 of Wave 5 extension of Wave C).
Point based equal move for first part of this current move up
(Wave 1=Wave 5 of Wave 3 of Wave 5 extension of Wave C)

3060: Current wave 1.618 Fib extension scenario. Nasdaq 1 Fib retracement level assuming equal moves on ES and YM.

3125-3130: 1.27 Fib percent based equal move for A-C parts of correction. 78.6 Fib retracement

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>>19319374
>anything but salt and pepper
that kills the taste of the beef. that's mcdonalds tier secret recipe shit for grade F chinese "beef"

>> No.19320707

>>19320425
Depends on the risk the trader wants to take. At expiration it's worth it to exercise ITM options when possible since it's always money earned. If you're autistically glued to a terminal you can squeeze out every last cent, whereas if you're busy you might just exercise when you can open your account. Like the rest of the Greeks vega can screw you if you are not careful.

>> No.19320713

>>19320692
It's Fuddruckers.

>> No.19320718

>>19320583
>baggie
Who?
>>19320609
I think "might makes right" being a philosophy in movies or shows is because of the opposite being expected: most people just like big explosions and the good guy winning honorably by just being stronger than the bad guy. Any underhanded acts or character flaws from the good guy makes people think, and they don't want to think.

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HODDDLLL UR SEEEACATS!!!

>> No.19320756

DAX niggers where we at?
Already up 1%, more gains today
Based bullbros rolling in the profit
Bearcucks prep the bull

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I would like to point out that we are GREEN

>> No.19320807

>>19319374
Also add fresh thyme, dijon mustard, and tabasco sauce if you’re that way inclined. Top with a sharp cheese like emanthal

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>>19320756
bring us home, eurobros

>> No.19320822

>>19320807
I like your style.

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>>19320009
>Tendies and print have been coopted by redd!t. The new terminology is “milk money” and “cunny”.
>
>So when your calls cunny you will get all that milk money to buy your lambo.
>>19320336
>cunny money
Excellent.

>> No.19320873

>>19320743
Tankers gown down even when the market is clised

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>>19320804
I noticed. It looks like S&P futures traders are barely allowing any space between 3000 party hats and hourly drawdown for now. 2950 earlier got bought so fast.

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>literally every future is green
>except VIX
HAHAHA GET FUCKED BOBOS

>> No.19320879

> You’re going to start having food riots soon enough. Look at the luxury stores in New York. They’ve either boarded them up or emptied their shelves, because they’re worried people are going to steal the Chanel bags. The few stores that are open, like my Whole Foods, have security guards both inside and outside. We are one step away from food riots. There are lines three miles long at food banks. That’s what’s happening in America. You’re telling me everything’s going to become normal in three months? That’s lunacy.

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/05/why-the-economy-is-headed-for-a-post-coronavirus-depression-nouriel-roubini.html?utm_source=pocket-newtab

>> No.19320922

>>19320877
oil will crash any minute now!!

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Are we still dealing with a market economy?

>> No.19320931

>>19320879
>Nouriel Roubini
I like him. Straight-talker; no bullshit; no sugar coating the issues; he calls it like he sees it. But fuck, if you're not used to his style, I can understand why he would have gotten his nickname.

>> No.19320973

>not going balls deep in otm QQQ calls
Why do you guys hate money so much?

>> No.19320975

>>19320718
Kishimoto is one of those authors that ends up making a point he isn't trying to make because the author himself has a world view that is contradictory and incoherent.
I'll summarize the plot: military divtatorship made up of the cowards that hid while the real heroes fought and died to protect them commit genocide to protect their positions. Other cowards watch and go along with it. One guy survives and decides to kick their ass. Author ays this is bad because revenge is wrong. Says revenge is wrong because other people will want revenge. Completely fails to realize decades of discrimination and an unprovoked genocide based on a lie started this, not someone seeking revenge.

>> No.19320976

>>19316089
Any bobos still alive? Another week another green market

>> No.19320992

why wouldn't you be buying banks stocks right now?

>> No.19321002

>>19320925
haven't been for a long time, fren

>> No.19321082

>>19320992
Bad loans on their balance sheets. Plus interest rates are going to be near zero for the foreseeable future. Where’s the profit going to come from? Checking account fees?

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>>19320992
>why wouldn't you be buying banks stocks right now?
Ummm...
>Unemployment at record highs means a spike in credit card and loan defaults
>Layoffs still rolling along
>Record low treasury yields pinches their profit margins on savings accounts, which I believe are usually funded by 10Y treasuries
>Mortgage defaults haven't started taking off yet; they're just "on hold"
I'm sure I can come up with more, but yeah, I don't think they've hit the bottom yet.

>> No.19321113

>>19321083
>>19321082
ty fren, shall I just sit in cash for a while or should I be looking elsewhere? I almost went in on ETFs but...

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I feel bad for americans who cant trade on stock market today

>> No.19321169

>"BUY AND HODL" bagholders
Absolutely disgusting
>>19320992
Totally worth if you want some returns in 2014 :^)

>> No.19321183

>>19321163
NOOOOOOOOO OIL IS GOING TO CRASH, SELL NOW

>> No.19321220
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>>19321082
>Where’s the profit going to come from? Checking account fees?
That's how the Japanese banks make money.
You can expect A LOT of that shit if the current interest rates keep up.

>>19321113
>ty fren, shall I just sit in cash for a while or should I be looking elsewhere? I almost went in on ETFs but...
Tech is basically at all-time highs already.
There was excitement earlier in the thread about QQQ, which on it's own seems fine and has done very well so far of course, but I think doing shit like call options on it might be stupid. I don't think it'll continue to rise at the past month's rate.
SPY still has a fair/large amount of room for recovery.
Don't play bear or VIXfag. That's stupid.
Some people want to "value invest" in the airlines and shit, but Warren Buffett pulled the fuck out, and I think it's too early as well. I'd at least wait until one of them goes bankrupt.
>What can I do tho?
SPY/QQQ. At most with 3X leverage if you're feeling degenerate. Otherwise, 2X with SSO/QLD is long-term sustainable.
You could always go all in on SPY/QQQ, then dump it for SPXL/TQQQ to "super buy" if it dips further

>> No.19321251

>>19320975
He got too lucky too soon with naruto, he’s got like one manga to his name that isn’t in the naruto universe.

>commit genocide to protect their positions
Wait they commit genocide to prevent a bloody coup. Yes they are preventing their own overthrow, but they are also keeping the peace, something the “real heroes” are supposed to be doing.

>I stopped watching during a filler saga right after 10 tails summoning
I kinda want to pick it back up again just to watch it finally come to a close. Shit I’ve already sunk this much time in the series.

>>19321163
Buy pharma/biotech.
I think Regeneron is likely to have a pop, it’s got a new drug that just met both endpoints for a phase 3 trial, meaning next is the FDA application. They’re a largecap so It might not move it bigly, not sure. But it is a condition that has no approved treatments yet, so it’s an untapped market. Maybe you can buy some euro etf or something. It might be big enough to drag a biotech etf up with it. Oh shit Evofem got approved too, yeah you might want to try a sector etf for biotech.

>>19321169
I bought KO PEP JNJ all the way down in the crash, I was a bag holder for several days at least.

Being a bagholder isn’t so bad if it’s a good stock. If LMT drops 30% and I buy it, and then it drops another 5% and I buy some more, and then another 5% before bottoming, am I really a bagholder?

>> No.19321262

>>19321113
The market is very top-heavy right now. It's not a bad time to pick sectors->stocks, as opposed to indexing. That would be better suited for either another pullback, or if we get better-than-expected news with the reopening and along the CV front. If we're talking about buying in while SPX is at 2950 or above, you'd want to keep on eye on what the VIX is doing and what the news cycle is saying. The market could go either way at this point, given the right catalyst, and there's still a lot of remaining uncertainty, hence the consolidation over the last month. If you're bargain hunting, make sure you do the best DD you can, given the current lack of forward guidance from a lot of companies.

>> No.19321277

>>19320877
Guess again

>> No.19321299

>>19321220
kys cryptoretard

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>>19321228
>That's how the Japanese banks make money.
Surely banks like WFC, BAC, C, wouldn't be able to survive like that? I've been so freaked out over the prospect of negative rates and yet I didn't think to check the financials of banks from countries with negative rates kek. I was reading an analyst on twitter who said that if they couldn't make dosh from lending most banks besides GS would go under rapidly

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>>19321262
>>19321228
Brilliant, I really appreciate a decent answer anons thank you. All I can offer you in return is pic related.

>> No.19321350

Is the Hang Seng Index trading right now? I want to monitor how its doing

>> No.19321371

>>19321350
who fucking cares

>> No.19321382

>>19320879
that guy is a retard career academic who desperately wants to be vindicated

>> No.19321385

>>19321350
There was a good link for all indices in the OP. This hentai guy removed it.

>> No.19321393

>>19321371
This. Nobody gives a fuck.

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>>19321277
NOOOOO NOT THE NIFTY FIFTYRINO OH FUCKKK!!!!!

>> No.19321411

>futures traders can finally enjoy 1 bull day because there's no stocks to crash the reality into their face

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>>19321371
>>19321393
Pajeets not welcome here

>> No.19321443

>>19321334
The bond market is indicating negative rates at some point in the future. I resisted the idea at first, but, in time, I came to accept that the bond market isn't wrong. What that also means for equities is another story, but yes, when the BOJ went NIRP a few years back, financials took a hit. Their margins got crushed.

>>19321343
>rare gilded pepe
Impressive. Very nice.

>> No.19321449

>>19320879
Jeeeez sounds like this guy’s basic mode of thought is that all the scary things are going to happen, certainly.
>Well, first of all, my prediction is not for 2020. It’s a prediction that these ten major forces will, by the middle of the coming decade, lead us into a “Greater Depression.” Markets, of course, have a shorter horizon. In the short run, I expect a U-shaped recovery while the markets seem to be pricing in a V-shape recovery.

Yeah Now that everyone is saying V is impossible, I’m leaning towards V. Mike Wilson says U recoveries don’t happen when coming out of steep recessions.

> Most investors are now in our camp that the March lows will likely hold. While they accept the extraordinary policy response as having done its job to stop the decline, they remain sceptical it can lead to a V-shaped recovery. We remain firmly in the V camp mainly because like a Unicorn, U shaped recoveries coming out of a recession don’t exist, particularly when the recession is so steep like the one we are experiencing today. Equity Risk Premium (ERP) right on track with 2009. A significant part of our decision to get more bullish in late March was based on our ERP analysis which showed the S&P 500 was trading at the same elevated level (700bps) reached in March 2009. Since then, the ERP has fallen almost exactly in line with the drop witnessed in 2009 during the Great Financial Crisis (GFC). Should we continue on this path, the ERP could fall another 100 bps over the next few months. Meanwhile, financial conditions have fallen/loosened faster and further than in 2009 which also supports a lower ERP than current levels. It’s not here yet, but inflation could change the investment landscape. A mix of populism, de-globalization, deficit spending, and dollar weakness (we expect) are all creating the most convincing case for a return of inflation we’ve seen in some time.

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>>19321334
>Surely banks like WFC, BAC, C, wouldn't be able to survive like that?
They'd survive longer than the ones that don't.
If they're the only one that survives, then what options do consumers have?

>I was reading an analyst on twitter who said that if they couldn't make dosh from lending most banks besides GS would go under rapidly
GS is an investment bank. They don't really do the whole savings and loans thing.
But yeah, lending (calculated risks) is the big money maker. Each has their own tranche they go after -- amex goes after richfags, and capital one goes predatory after the poor with little baby credit cards with the smallest credit limits so that they can't fuck up in a catastrophic manner.

Actual vid about banking in Japan, no meme:
https://youtu.be/BbS6JrBcQ4M

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>AHHHHHHH that first coffee of the morning

Feels good man, where's my coffeesquad at?

>> No.19321471

lads, brent strike at 45 bucks for september, worth it or not? call costs like 500 bucks for 1000 barrels

>> No.19321474

>>19321461
I don't get this meme
you all talk about coffee as if it was crack cocaine or some shit.
Are you twelve?

>> No.19321495

>>19320488
rolling for 5

>> No.19321500

>>19321461
Good morning coffee lad!

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>>19321371
Its only an economic gauge, and one thats operating outside of American holiday hours is all

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>>19321474
Found the squirt who needs energy drinks.

Grow up zoomie, coffee is the adult drink.

>> No.19321545

>>19321533
its a shitty one that doesn't have any real impact on western markets

>> No.19321579

>>19321545
This sounds like thinly-veiled cope.
Is it because number line went big down?

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>>19321443
My fuggin nightmare's gonna come true ;_;
I also dreamed DXY was 123 (exactly) so strap up for that too
>>19321460
Yaya I was aware about GS, the really paranoiac implication I've heard is that this is intentional. Just liek you said, if the banks go defunct it'll give people less choice in which to use. What if they ALL go defunct, which banking institution does that leave? Only one, and they're "federal" :O
I don't think that could actually happen btw, I hope

>> No.19321624

>>19321534
Are you so mentally drained that you need caffeine to function?

Nobody who is in a proper healthy state drinks coffee or energy drinks.

>> No.19321625

>>19321579
It's because I don't give a fuck about china and neither do western markets. I mean I guess since you're a dirty chink and probably have a stake in them you must care.

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>>19321495
score

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>>19321624
I savor the flavor.

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>>19321630
It's true!

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I have 3.1k left from selling my old car, what are some nice stocks that have yet to recover from the coronachan crisis?

>> No.19321662

>>19321449
>Dollar weakness.
Interesting that he'd say that, because it's in fact headed in the opposite direction: a strengthening dollar with respect to global currencies thanks to their relative rate of printing and dollar demand. Check DXY. Populism and de-globalization will take time, and if we were to follow Wilson's timeline for the recovery, by the time the effects of on-shoring and repatriation of key supply lines would be felt, the recession would be over. That also doesn't begin to cover the cost of on-shoring and repatriation of industries, which would be a major factor in the decision, particularly if companies are already cutting capex due to reduced revenues as a result of depressed consumer spending. Wilson seems to completely gloss over the changes to consumer sentiment and spending patterns as a result of the quarantines, which were noticeable after reopening in places like China and Germany.

>All the scary things are going to happen.
Yeah, it's a bit pessimistic, but the base macro outlook is essentially the current bear thesis (minus Armageddon), and it fits in line with what we've seen in other deep recessionary environments as well as the current situation we find ourselves.

>>19321609
The ride never ends.

>> No.19321675

>>19321534
They're both the same?
What I find peculiar is how you describe coffee as if it was a miracle drug.

>> No.19321715

>>19320975
It sounds more likely he wrote himself into a corner. The tone and perspective are suffering serious whiplash as he tries to advance what should have been a simple arc of character growth by telling the rival's fundamentally conflicting story at the same time.
>>19321113
I'm buying into blue-chips since the dividend yields are pretty enticing right now.

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>>19321625
Not only does it sound like you bought the top, but it sounds like you're too stupid to realize it.
Sad!

>> No.19321790

>>19321624
Cole please go
>>19321662
Wilson’s case isn’t based on the hopes that the manufacturing economy will be what pulls us out of the recession because of the push for onshoring. This is the first mention of that thesis I’ve seen.

He’s also not talking short term regarding the dollar. I had to cut off the end:

>It’s not here yet, but inflation could change the investment landscape. A mix of populism, de-globalization, deficit spending, and dollar weakness (we expect) are all creating the most convincing case for a return of inflation we’ve seen in some time. Near term we have to contend with the deflationary forces of a recession, but we’re hearing more questions on the reflation/inflation playbook. It’s probably too early to put this trade on fully today but not too early to review the playbook and start legging in gradually. Unsurprisingly, bottom up correlations with inflation forwards shows rate sensitive and cyclical stocks tend to show the highest correlation to inflation expectations while bond proxies and defensives display the lowest.

>>19321675
No, they describe coffee like it’s something in which they find mutual enjoyment. They’re enjoying a nice and hot morning treat, yes the caffeine is providing a little bit of a boost as well.

>> No.19321802

>>19321652
USO or OILK if you don’t mind taking risks

>> No.19321829

>>19321788
oh its a bobo, my condolences

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>Buy BTC at 9000
>10 minutes later it crashes to 8800

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>>19321856
>Buy BTC

Fucking retard

>> No.19321887

>>19321802
>USO or OILK
Anyone who bagholds these will hopefully learn a valuable lesson. It is subtle, but inevitable, that it will screw you.

>> No.19321892

>>19321856
lmao why would you buy that

>> No.19321916

>>19321876
>>19321892
Im done with meme metals and memecoins, first i lose money on gold, now i lose money on BTC

>> No.19321924

>>19321916
moron, did you buy tankers too? lmao

>> No.19321930

>>19321856
i hope you don't SODL

>> No.19321933

SPY futures +0.5%

This is the killing blow for all the retarded bobos out there.

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what happens to future at 9 when there is no market today. futures still go on?

>> No.19321946

>>19321652
COTY, but they had a recent upturn thanks to announcing a new Kylie Jenner branded makeup line in Europe.
You can also take a look at cruise lines, but they're starting to recover as well.

>> No.19321947

>>19321916
just buy oil and wait

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>>19321924
Most of my profit came from oil and banks
Black gold only from now on

>> No.19321976

>>19321790
We're a consumer-driven economy anyway. I didn't really mean that as manufacturing being a huge driver to pull us out of the recession, but as an aside to his comment. More importantly was my note regarding consumer spending and short-to-medium-term behavioral changes that came as a result of the quarantines in other countries. I assume he's banking on a sharp rebound in consumer sentiment and discretionary spending to propel us out of the recession, but we're not seeing the associated behavioral patterns yet in places that have reopened. He also failed to mention lasting unemployment in the US, which would not only be a deflationary pressure (as he mentioned being associated with the recession), but would prolong the recession as a result, and could have substantial second order economic effects.

To be honest, it sounds like he's just referencing the equity market while glossing over the economic recovery and neglecting to say why he thinks the economic recovery should follow his thesis for the equity market. I can't fault him for his view on equities, but it isn't really a thesis for economic recovery.

>> No.19321980

>>19321930
Im gonna HODL till i see green, even if i will have to wait whole week

>> No.19322002

>>19321980
>whole week
Some are waiting for 3 years now.

>> No.19322007
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>>19321624
>Are you so mentally drained that you need caffeine to function?
I do, yes.

>> No.19322024
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>>19321652
Airlines. Some anons will say that's crazy and surely at least one with go bust. I don't think so. I think they can make it.

>> No.19322032

>>19322024
American, Delta, and United have all gone bankrupt at least once before. If you want to baghold airlines, just go JETs

>> No.19322038

>>19321943
They close at 1pm EST.

>> No.19322047
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How do I start investing? What accounts do I need? I have few thousands from Cenno.

>> No.19322052

>>19322024
I don't think Airlines have found a bottom just yet.
I'd wait a bit longer.

>> No.19322059

>>19321976
Yeah I don’t see it as granted that the Us consumer willl change so many habits as a result of this. Yeah social distancing might hurt business at places like starbucks, but there’s a reason for that statistic about most Americans not having money for an emergency. If they’re not spending at Starbucks, they’ll just go spend that “extra” coffee money somewhere else.

WFH should save a lot of time, suddenly software to monitor employee productivity will be booming, etc. Businesses will need low wage workers, underemployment will be tremendous but unemployment could bounce back much more strongly than a reasonable person would expect.

Btw, Wilson’s thesis is that we’ve been in a recession for years, and that the end of a recession is usually marked with a bear market.

>>19322024
It is crazy. I thought you mild mannered northerners had some brains but damn you’ve got maple madness.

>> No.19322082

>>19321916
Just wait for it to go back up?

>> No.19322093

DAX and SPY are on steroids right now.

>> No.19322124

>>19321474
I like coffee, simple as

>> No.19322133

>>19322024
This is sort of right but i don't think that airlines have bottomed yet so I'd wait a few weeks

>> No.19322152
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ATTENTION

FUTURES MAKING A MOVE

>>19322032
>>19322052
>>19322059
>>19322133
Thank you all for rolling in like clockwork to fud airlines.

>> No.19322157
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wow 3000 soon?

>> No.19322163

>>19322152
Nearly 20 ES in 10 minutes.

>A move.

>> No.19322169

It's all so tiresome

>> No.19322175

>>19322059
>If they’re not spending at Starbucks, they’ll just go spend that “extra” coffee money somewhere else.

Most Americans live on the edge of poverty. We’re not talking about coffee money, we’re talking about people not being able to buy food or pay rent because they can’t get a job.

>> No.19322177

>>19322157
Did any news cause this or is this an attempt to get past resistsnce?

>> No.19322182

>>19321946
I would love to see COTY creep back up to $5 or $6. The coalburner's makeup line should do well in Bongistan, where their disgusting women will buy tons of it to cover the bruises from their government-samctioned Paki rapists. Planning on holding for a little while.

>> No.19322184

>>19322177
Why would you need any news nowadays? Kek.

>> No.19322200

>>19322152
>"In my opinion I dont think you should shoot your foot"
>"pfft yeah fucking nice try fag"

Yeah actually, you're right. Go all in bro.

>> No.19322208

>>19322024
JETS

>> No.19322256

>>19322182
I mostly wanted it for the dividend, but that means bag-holding until coronachan is over.
Is it an okay time to buy O, or should I wait?

>> No.19322265

>>19322152
Do you suppose this girl would ever drink coffee with me?

>> No.19322267

https://squeezemetrics.com/monitor/dix?

we are super bullish arent we

>> No.19322284

>>19322152
>what’s this? You’re crying because I took away your ability to remain solvent? You’re pathetic!

>> No.19322285

Hi

>> No.19322294

>>19322267
Correlation of DIX and GEX non substantial and if you believe in Darkpool TA, then GEX is looking bearish as fuck.

>> No.19322300

>>19322157
btw, us trading is halted due to holiday...isnt that shit going to explode tomorrow when every mutt is ragebuying?

>> No.19322306
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I wanna make dollaridoos Tuesday

>> No.19322312

just printed newer highs from the March lows - wee on track

>> No.19322315

>>19322294
your mother is a bear whore

>> No.19322322
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I have $1000 just deposited into my account. Should I buy XOM? Give me some advice what to buy opening bell

>> No.19322327

>>19322300
Wtf is "ragebuying"? lol

>>19322315
But my father is the god of bulls.

>> No.19322330

>>19322327
pls leave you degenerate piece of shit

>> No.19322343

>>19322059
>We've been in a recession for years, and that the end of a recession is usually marked with a bear market.
The economy has certainly been weakening, but you'd have to change a few metrics to call what we were in a recession. We're in a deep recession now, that can't be denied, and the recovery out of it remains to be seen, both for the market and the economy.

I also agree that long term, consumer spending habits won't change. But what we're focused on now is short-term, and short-term uncertainty due to CV. The perception of what CV is or can be is already imprinted into the public psyche, and we just don't know what that will mean for consumer spending. The only examples we have to go off of show that the huge springboard the V-recovery hinges on hasn't materialized yet.

Also, be realistic: we're talking about 10% unemployment. It took us a decade to create those jobs. Small businesses are in a tough spot going forward. Look at the data of the number of SBA PPP loan applicants vs the acceptance rate. The loss of small businesses will have knock-on effects, including increased or prolonged unemployment, and reduced consumer spending as a result. The same can be said for corporate layoffs. The number of impacted sectors by itself is going to result in continued unemployment. Recessions take years to play out, and we're only at the start.

>> No.19322357

what do you guys think of buying calls and puts and cutting losses when one of them goes negative?

>> No.19322396

>>19322285
HELLO

>> No.19322416

>>19322300
>ragebuying
That's a new one to me. I like it.

>> No.19322430

Why are futures so up right now?

>> No.19322432

>>19322157
>breaks through resistance on even lower volume than usual
Very nice

>> No.19322438

>>19322430
the rest of the world has nowhere else to put their money

>> No.19322448

>>19319185
What company provides Euro *QQQ? I really want dat sweet TQQQ

>> No.19322469

>>19322357
Pretty sure there's a murrikan law against this or was it restricted to long/short positions.

>> No.19322470

>>19322448
Found it:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boost_ETP#Boost_ETP_products

>> No.19322482

>>19321460
>pic
Why on earth would you drink energy drinks in a country where poppers are still legal?

>> No.19322504

>>19321334
If I'm not being fucked with and that's what negative rates actually are, if the US Fed were to implement that there would instantly be a bank run.

>> No.19322524

>>19322504
Have you not heard the Fed say that they won't allow bank runs to happen because they will just find a way to give the banks money to cover deposit?

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>>19322430
Golden bull, obviously.

>> No.19322571

>>19322430
I think, if possible, the Chinese are fleeing into the American economy

>> No.19322578

Just buy any oil company 20 and up. Safer that way while still making decent $

>> No.19322585

airbus calls anybody?

>> No.19322625

It's a bank holiday in the UK so the ftse is closed today

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>my puts

>> No.19322702
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>83 thousand franks for one stock
What the fuck is wrong with them?

>> No.19322718

>>19322702
and STILL only a P/E of motherfucking 40 ... what the actual fuck this business is a money printer

>> No.19322735

>https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-52777365
>Netflix stops charging customers who never watch

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ive done some research on two things that will moon on market open;

$CASBF
$AZN

first one is a chink biotech which released news on vaccine trials, second is headquarterd in Cambridge, England.

I base my information on very little evidence and essentially just hype news, but this is all you need to know because the market and algos eat this shit up like hot garbage.

personally i would go with $AZN you might be able to suck a modest bag out of it

>> No.19322741

>>19322718
I just finished a delicious 75% chocolate bar and had an idea.
Yet all I found was disappointment.

>> No.19322768

>>19322741
Have another chocolate bar. It'll cheer you up again.

>> No.19322776

What the F u c k is going on,
Futures post, and then they dont post, and then they're high, and then they return to last reported from the 22nd.
What is this bullshit

is this some kind of pyschological manipulation bullshit or did some intern fat-finger the futures computer?

>> No.19322797

>>19322768
not with that stock price I won't. I'd rather gobble down Nestlé chocolate. For example KitKat

>> No.19322798

>>19322776
No one actually knows what is going on.

>> No.19322809

>>19322798
Second.

>> No.19322819

>>19320488
yeah but futures are fake and gay

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>green dildo

It’s going to penetrate that spy 300 like a giant bbc and rip it wide open. Then it’s gonna push in some more while spy starts crying like a tight 100 lb Japanese 18 yo virgin girl still wearing her school uniform. Then from somewhere Barry white is gonna say “aww yeah” and Sakura-San stifles a scream, bites her lip, but her body just opens wide as she screams 310. And that’s just the head.

>> No.19322831

Fellow bobos are you ready for a blood red market today?
I know I am.

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19322846

>>19322776
>he cheque price?
>Il optimistique?
>déposer le stock
>Il déprimé?
>poomp
>he online again?
>doomp again

>> No.19322847

>>19322831
?????????????

>> No.19322853

>>19322776
>Futures post, and then they dont post, and then they're high, and then they return to last reported from the 22nd.
What? ES has been tracking normally for me on tradingview this evening/morning.

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>>19322846
>déposer le stock

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>the only green day for futures is when market is closed

Hahahahaha holy fuck.

>> No.19322910

No one actually knows why the market is so uo and green. no one.

>> No.19322913

>>19319154
No markets are closed in Burgerlandia

>> No.19322917
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Mumus are eating good with our gains. Thanks Jerome.

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>>19322910
I do.
fear of war

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>tfw no correction since 13th of May
>tfw SPX will break 3000 on futures
this is pain

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Holy fuck which one of you faggots unironically called Bogdanoff?

>> No.19322959

>>19322940
See >>19322846.

>> No.19322970

>>19322930
I cant understand it either. on the sidelines because im not buying top of pump and I cant short during a pump.

Sooooo.....fucking die already pls

>> No.19322991

>>19322776
What are you even talking about

>> No.19322998

>>19322910
Its called cheap and easy money.

There is zero fractional reserve which means infinite money creation.

That ratio was north of 20% through most of the first fifty years of the Fed (including the great depression). It had made its way down to 10% - that was before today. Until further clarification or notice, banks need not hold any reserve against their assets. This means that banks could theoretically continue making loans to infinity.

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live futures

>> No.19323058

>>19323050
>>19323050
>>19323050
new bread

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>>19316089
your portfolio shall know
>PAIN

>> No.19323779

So we all assume oil will be green tomorrow, yes?

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