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>> No.24944682

First for Peter Lynch

>> No.24944683



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>> No.24944706

THAT is a man.

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Well, I don't know, but I've been told
Uranium ore's worth more than gold
Sold my Cad', I bought me a Jeep
I've got that bug and I can't sleep
Uranium fever has done and got me down
Uranium fever is spreadin' all around
With a Geiger counter in my hand
I'm a-goin' out to stake me some government land
Uranium fever has done and got me down

>buy UUUU

>> No.24944725

Lourenco Goncalves did nothing wrong. Short sellers get the rope. They are a disaster and a embarrassment to their parents.

>> No.24944729

Thoughts on $12 calls expiring mid March?

>> No.24944730

Fool me once, shame on...shame on you. Fool me—you can't get fooled again.

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im going to keep posting this until we hit $20 and stay there. godspeed coomers, im going to sleep. goodnight

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Made big bets for next week figuring all the big TSLA S&P shit and stimulus shit is priced in. Lots of TQQQ, blew all my cash. Anyone else?

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I got fucked today, biz... and not in a good way...

>> No.24944784

they expect one of us in the wreckage, brother.

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Which one of you bought 8.5 million BCRX shares at close today?

Big money

>> No.24944803

OP can't punt, and is not leaking alpha, the only alpha is right here, in my comment. This comment, right here. Buy SENT, don't miss the next x100.

>> No.24944826

Have huge bets on other stuff. Nearly all in. Literally tanked the day after >_> stands to bare minimum 2x if im right.

>> No.24944835

>that picture
Goddamnit man, zoomers simply don't understand how based the 90's were.

>> No.24944847

based and CLFpilled

>> No.24944855

im stuck with all my shit in AMRS, Do the needful and buy some please sir.

>> No.24944882

I told some guy to buy Citigroup today. I wonder if they listened to me. I tripled my calls. At one point in the after hours I was up 20k. Now we got a moderna vaccine approval and likely stimulus.

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I hear this SWI is an up and coming tech stock, how far do you fellas think it’s gonna climb?

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Here is my portfolio before the stock mooned.

>> No.24944943

depends on how bad the hack is, if they can recover then btfd

>> No.24944952

based and redpilled

>Where we strategize ways to lose money next week
Can Tesla go higher or will SP inclusion take the juice out of this high fly?

>> No.24944963

woops meant for >>24944896

>> No.24944994

I just hit 40 stocks in my portfolio. Mostly growth stocks. Anyone else this diverse?

>> No.24945007

LCTX....Stem Cells and Cell Replacement Therapy are the future of healthcare. https://investor.lineagecell.com/news-releases/news-release-details/lineage-cell-therapeutics-presents-new-opregenr-data-dry-amd-ga


>> No.24945035

Based. Hold that UUUU.

>> No.24945036

no i only have 5-figures so only 3 tickers in my portfolio

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What a faggot

>> No.24945059


It's been a great ride. Thanks for shilling it

>> No.24945073

Jenkem. Not even once.

>> No.24945076

I dumped my LCTX the day before today. I don't have enough knowledge about pharmaceutical companies to comfortable invest. Besides, they don't have a chad CEO life CLF.

>> No.24945079

It'll keep dropping, people are losing faith, there's lots of other companies. If it recovers it will be below where it was before. Not all the details are out now so it's a big risk.

>> No.24945080

rate my poor folio tsla 2708$ psx 1337$ amd 1244$ roll 227$ ebay 105$ cvx 524$ vrtx 104$ sap 103$ pxd $228 ko $376 tsm 940$ apd 110$ utz 65$ crsp 148$ gm $82$ nvidia $228 gme $78 wmt $146 cost $147 hsbc $52 xom $1285 bby $102 wkhs $84 unh $174 dtil $40 qcom $242 ba $436

>> No.24945106

why not post a screenshot what the fuck

>> No.24945131
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>not sure if bait or newfag

Either way, just have to remember J.P. Morgan and the shoe shiner stock story

>> No.24945135

do meme lines even work?

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Make a pie chart you homo.

>> No.24945180

Yeah I wanted an even 1000, but 900 shares is good enough.

>> No.24945186

If stocks crash just hold and buy more lol

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>shuushynurr tell me da finga dis da top
>if durr dun wauzza hodl fur ten yurrs den dun wazza hodl fur ten meebits
>wrren boofeet bot it i guta bot it two
>dibibidend ib muh fren

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>you sold pic related
and link related: https://blog.cirm.ca.gov/2020/12/10/making-a-good-thing-better/

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>> No.24945237

You find a chart.
You some draw lines how you see fit.
Get creative with it.
Draw a slope connecting the recent peaks.
Draw a straight line connecting the recent lows.
You could even start randomly off the chart, but always remember to have the line point heavily up, down, or have 2 lines converge somewhere.
Most importantly make sure you post it like 5 times here, stocktwits, and other places you think people care about your opinions.

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Based Lynch. Bonds are for fags.
Telos = Deep State.

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I sold at 1.92. It's currently 1.74. Thanks for shilling it previously, but I'm not buying back. Learn to take profits.

>> No.24945263

Telos is anti lynchian, super high debt and based on government.

>> No.24945280

He had insider info.

Shoeshine boy is a cute story that stops questions.

>> No.24945300

From 1929? The only investment that worked then was bonds. If you owned stock assuming the companies didn't go bankrupt it would take you to the early 40's to recover. A decade of lost gains. Though that was America and most of the world. Germany had a boom during that period.

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>he doesnt have money to buy more on every "dip"
Shorts should get hanged by the neck until they are dead

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I can't believe you even typed that in that format

>> No.24945340

Lynch's ethos isn't the only way. Telos' debt is irrelevant.

>> No.24945346

Eerily similar to today re: China. War within the decade?

>> No.24945363

All I want to know is if AMRS will climb again or if I should just sell on market open.

>> No.24945364

Now since the shills are asleep, what do you guys think of vale? I think it's a good buy desu

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Didn't I just tell you I sold before it dipped 10%? You want me to buy a shitty penny stock that dipped 10% in two days after I sold it? Nah, not happening.

>> No.24945379

Go fucking research the company and any information related to it then. That's the only real information.

>> No.24945384

Shill me Telos, I can't find a reason to buy it, no matter how hard I try.

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>it would take you to the early 40's to recover
No, that's what happened if you all in at the top and never bought the dip.
If you bought the dip, yes your original port got nuked but your new stocks were gaining that entire time.
Only wrench in the works is it was hard to get a job in the 30s, but if you managed to get work and put some money in stocks you were gaining the entire time.
Buy every dip, even bull traps.

>> No.24945395

I was shitting on it because brazil but if jpm or bac or whoever it was really put it in their top 11 2011 holdings i might get some calls on this dip that may occur do to that accident

>> No.24945404

It's the Walmart brand PLTR

>> No.24945409

Avoid US cybersecurity firms. They're all hand grenades waiting to explode in your hands for when chinks and or russians inevitably break in.

>> No.24945411

'ate hues
lov' VALE
simple as

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Show up during market hours to get my advice.

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I bought purely cause they mine nickel and EVs will need a lot of nickel. I did 0 research on them, but I am up 120% on my calls that I got a couple weeks ago. I only recently found out they mine iron and copper as well.

>> No.24945464

>investment that worked then was bonds
Homestake mining

>> No.24945466

Slept about 6 hours in the past 48 hours AMA. Fucking stocks keeping me up at night.

Vale is a good buy that little accident didn't mean shit to them. It'll gap up before the market even opens.

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You think Lynch wouldn't have chased fat government contracts in this environment?
Not to mention all their private sector work.

>> No.24945474

I've asked about Telos 3 times and never got a reply. They're so heavily in debt and have awful fundamentals. Also the only people issuing upgrades on them are the same fuckers who underwrote their IPO.

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>Literally could be doing anything
>Posting in a stock thread at 12:30 am est
Spill the fucking beans you nigger

>> No.24945504

Lynch emphasized ignoring governments and focusing on facts at hand and fundamentals. Telos doesn't appear to be growing rapidly and carries a very very heavy debt load. Lynch's favorite companies are high growth with little to no debt.

>> No.24945506

Hello CLFag worshipper. Just wanted to say I'm sorry. I didn't know your CEO was a gigachad.

>> No.24945516

Lol seems like more and more people are just going all in on their own picks.

Im really sure of my pick. If im right I walk away with a 2x at least, however I could stand to 3x off my choice. Wish i was good at timing when to buy during a crabbing point to maximize profits. Would like if it'd pump the way tech did since March but at this point Ive got better odds of my choice going 2x than going all in on something like Amazon and expecting it to go to $6k or Microsoft going to $400.

>> No.24945526

How do you do your research?

>> No.24945528

>wait until the hordes of retarded linewatching newfags shit up the threads to talk about DD instead of comfy weekend /smg/

>> No.24945531

Yeah dude he's insane kind of makes you want to go all in when he's telling people who doubt his stock to go kill themselves

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Insiders are buying, contracts seem pretty secure. P/E ratio will soar the first time Fool compares it to PLTR and it's rare to find an IPO that doesn't soar or tank, seems like a good accumulation opportunity.
I bought around $22.

>> No.24945540

Nah we're just all getting old. I'll be saying the same shit 10 years from now about how people dont remember how good the 2000s were

>> No.24945549

honestly why not just go 50% in MARA?

I bought at 2 fucking dollars and sold at 4 when it started to dip cause i didnt even know what i was holding

>> No.24945560

Thanks, I think you've got a point there.
I might ride it to $30 unless it picks up some real meme power, then sky's the limit. Much smaller share float that PLTR.

>> No.24945569

Anyone going to be playing into ACER? Apparently their epikak covid play is going to have some resuls out soon. I think they're trying to get bought out. They also have some other drugs in the pipeline that are having news within the next month. It's got a low float and there are a ton of traders that play it, so it could potentially moon.

>> No.24945570

If the market tanks again, convince me to buy any dip besides TQQQ and SOXL. Why would i buy anything else?

>> No.24945589

Post yours, u ain't got nothing

>> No.24945600

I say this all the time and i standby it, crypto is our generations version of a gold rush, yeah we kinda missed it by 10 years....but now we can buy miner stock! Shills are in full force with this one. My friends who do roku calls and tsla calls all day have been chatting about mara. I still wish I coulda bought that stupid ass leaf one thats under $2 cad

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I like what they do on paper, but it looks like such a dumpster fire.

>> No.24945620

Is buying a bunch of cd projekt stock now as good as idea as it sounds? It went way down but I think as a company it's too big to fail long term.

>> No.24945621

wht about uvxy?

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If something else was really high beta I might buy it. My best recovery stocks are still outperforming TQQQ, with less risk too.
Don't fool yourself that you could have bought at $46 and the math makes more sense. DENN at $5 was a better buy than TQQQ anywhere above $63, for example.

>> No.24945648

Why would you buy Telos when you could buy Palantir? You realize Palantir is at the top of the industry in data analytics right? And that its not even close?

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reminder if you max out your IRA and your self managed 401k (about $2100 a month combined) you will be a millionaire in about 15 years.

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Can’t wait until EONY until PLTR is finally $30 again!

>> No.24945678

Depends on the context really. I like to know everything about what I invest in. That means history all the way to what's happening right this second. I read what idiots are saying about it. If it's a commodity I read about where the world/America stands on it. Don't really look at lines as much anymore--used to use TOS a lot with tickers.

I've come to the conclusion that when I'm researching stocks at 4 AM all I'm actually doing is trying to predict the future and no matter how much I obsess over it I can't control the stock price.

>> No.24945680

What the fuck do these companies even talk about diversity for?
It unironically makes me want to fucking sell due to the fact they will probably hire underqualified applicants for muh publicity either that or they are literally retarded.
Can even one of you guys name a single company that does diversity hiring which also succeeds as well?

>> No.24945684

Pic is insiders buying IPO instead of selling it, that's a good sign no?
I will look at the debt situation.

>> No.24945689

>comparing the absolute bottom to the not absolute bottom
okay, and if you bought TQQQ at the absolute bottom youd outperform someone buying DENN at the absolute bottom

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Shit like this makes TLS look so unappealing. They also pay a fuck ton on interest

>> No.24945701

a lot of people think (read: think) that the PLTR story is over because the IPO hype has died down. /biz/ has a short memory and chases what's gonna happen in the next week, maybe month, maybe quarter. Also the FUDers on here get pretty slick.

As such, personally, I do have a position in PLTR but it's going to be a slow melt upwards. Next earnings will be good, and the next, and the next, but it's going to come with volatility that's gonna be a slow melt upwards to 100 over the next 2-3 years. /biz/ doesn't necessarily have the patience for that, but that's a good thing, because it means this place spits out a few decent picks every week.

>> No.24945706

They talk about whatever will make them more money simple as

>> No.24945712

No pol. Just no.

>> No.24945716

this isnt feasible for most. Im gonna start wageslaving 8-5 m-f. Probably will rack up to 600-1000 per week. Not too bad. Im tired of neetbux. So embarassing... I dont want anyone to know.

>> No.24945720

pltr has made me mad money on premiums, my cost basis is so low its ridic now

>> No.24945721

but how does diversity make them money?

>> No.24945726

I fucking wish my company let me pick my own stocks in my 401k

>> No.24945729

I'm done accumulating is why. Did you want a lower buy-in or something? I bit the bullet, anywhere under $30 and now I have all the PLTR I want.

>> No.24945734
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if it dips Monday pre-market, BUY.
Iron is now being priced at these ATH prices for months out now, with no signs of it changing (Australians are saying it's going to stay high - Aussies dictate the price of iron as the largest exporters)
The thing about this accident is that it happened near the Brumadinho mining site. If it had happened anywhere else, it wouldn't even be on our radar / wouldn't have been reported on. It's just because people in Brazil are still upset over the dam disaster, and to have someone die again there = sensational stories about how VALE is the bad guy
15,000+ people die a year globally in the mining industry - sure it's a tragedy the guy died - but is one guy dying worth billions of dollars in market cap? Hell no
None of us are worth that much
I'm not sure what to think - the news coming out / iron prices going up for months out is EXTREMELY bullish for VALE, they will be able to have the best profits on the record high iron prices until late next year, possibly even longer
However.. in the short-term.. market makers might dump it, even if it's just pre-market on Monday

I plan on holding through the volatility - at the end of the day, people die working in mines. It's a dangerous business. Shit happens

>> No.24945742

Makes retards happy

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>> No.24945749

everybody and their mother is talking about how we're gonna end up fighting China at some point within the century how is that a /pol/ opinion

>> No.24945755

nice. Yeah I was a retard I originally had $10 basis on like 300 shares. Then it dropped under 10 before the election and I thought everything was going to shit the bed after the election. So I sold it to "buy back in lower". Proceeds to hit 14 overnight. I am still well up, but fuck me I could have made a lot more money. I also fucked up my exit strat and left at 25 instead of 33 after my second buy in at 16.

I've resolved to just stop fucking with it because when I try to I get fucked.

>> No.24945762

what accident did a mine collapse

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I haven't seen you ask and I'm here every market day. If you don't like it then don't buy it. I don't post paragraphs of information.

>> No.24945765

what site is that

>> No.24945768

Whats your PLTR make it stack? I only have like 300 shares

>> No.24945770

PR lip service

>> No.24945778

you can opt out of a company 401k and just open a self directed 401k on most brokers

>> No.24945784

Why would china go to war with the country that they generate minimum 20% of their GDP with? There will be all sorts of proxy shit - land disputes in south china sea are one, india is another - but a hot war between the US and China is not going to fucking happen. It is going to be cold war 2.0, except this time, imagine that the USSR sold like 20% of their production to the US.

>> No.24945788

Yeah but then i wouldnt get that sweet 8% match

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simply wall street

>intentionally being retarded about the company you own
Literally why

>> No.24945791

You're right anon, I should have gone for $7 or $8. Thanks.
You're kind of wrong too because I don't think anyone timed the TQQQ bottom, it was in the middle of a lot of terrifying high volatility days. It was easier to time the bottom on some of the recovery stocks.

>> No.24945795

That's because people play too much Fallout and circle jerk themselves into seeing problems that aren't there. Even in the Fallout universe it took world wide resource shortages to cause the war. Something we don't have.

>> No.24945801

If you actually knew what you were talking about you would know that TLS and PLTR are not in the same sector.

>> No.24945802

hopefully this VALE dip sticks around a little premarket monday. I want to buy some VALE LEAPs, maybe even some 18 calls in Feb-March

>> No.24945806

Youre such a faggot, why are you even here if you dont want to talk about stocks

>> No.24945808

4k a month
leaves $1900 for rent and food. thats honestly my budget and I live in Seattle. I own my car though because i bought it used for 5k

>> No.24945811

talking about it makes them money... Or rather, it hedges against bad publicity, and helps them avoid loosing money

>> No.24945823

8% or .8% ? if the latter manage it yourself, even if it is just 20% edv 80% VTI

>> No.24945828

>They also pay a fuck ton on interest
Pretty sure they'll refinance and rebalance their debt:equity now.
Good research though, I think you're right to be concerned. It's basically a bet on future meme value.

>> No.24945831

Not a mine collapse

Basically guy in a bulldozer/backhoe was driving at the offloading/dumping site (where they are doing maintenance to start up the mine) and there was a landslide that buried his vehicle
He was the only one affected and it will not affect mining operations
It's what caused the dip today after-hours - people heard the news "Landslide at Brumadinho" and were reminded of the disaster last year and thought the worst

>> No.24945839

Arent they both big data analysis? Palantir’s goal was to spread its tentacles further out from its current government contracting roots, would it not encroach on TLS?

>> No.24945849

Wish I made 4k a month after taxes. I'm lucky to get $2600, but i don't have Seattle rental prices.

>> No.24945853

Its a 6% match it i contribute 8% of every paycheck. What kind of terrible deal is a sub 1% match? I guess i do have a good job but that is absurd

>> No.24945857

I have to do more research, there might be a turnaround play here. My guess is they went public to raise cash. I'll look at it again later, but more in depth.

>> No.24945859

Why the fuck would you be this diverse, just do have 50$ positions wtf is this shit, consolidate into 2 or 3 stocks

>> No.24945860

Jesus I forgot how much of a fag you were.
>why don't you do my own research for me?
>get out if you don't tell me what to do
>aren't they both big data analysis

>> No.24945865

Yeah, I've looked into it since I've been seeing it mentioned and it seems like it's already above its value, I don't care much about net income, but the revenue growth isn't great.

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Pic related even if you started investing in 1997 after the .com crash in 2000 and after the 2008 gfc you would still be a millionaire or close to it.

>> No.24945871

well im a fucking geek for mines and such.. ill look into that disaster. I own some CLf still around 12 avg. sold X right before it dipped and felt like a total boss, got in at 13. Now its time for VALE i guess. Why now just (insert any bank here) Calls monday? that BAC AH pump just looks insane.

>> No.24945884
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Not a make it stack, just a small part of my diverse "zoomer bluechips" port. I bought and sold a few times and didn't realize the long term potential until too late, so I have a basis all over the $20s. Real sad stuff considering I once held 200 shares at $10.

>> No.24945890
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You know you seemed like a decent guy during your shill posts, but you are a gigantic tool TLS fag. I will not be purchasing your shit company friend-o, i wish you nothing but the worst.

>> No.24945892

Mine is put in 6% get 3% but the vesting period is so long I'll probably lose it.

>> No.24945898
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Bought shares and calls around $2. Cost basis is below $2 when factoring in premium from covered calls I sold. I did forget to buyback the ones I sold before the weekend though, so hopefully bitcoin doesn't gap up too hard over the weekend but I'll buy them back at a loss if I have to.

MARA had a 10% weight total for both shares and calls when I bought them a bit over a month ago and now they're weighted over 35%. I sold off my losers yesterday and bought calls right at open and am up 20% on those.

If you do plan on buying back in, just slowly average in. Remember it still is basically a penny stock, but it is going much, much higher. I have 2 scenarios: a price target of between $15-$20 in the short term or holding till mid 2021 and re-evaluating from there. Judging from studying the bitcoin graphs around December, bitcoin will probably crab at this range for the rest of the year until the new year. Letting RSI cool off and all that gay shit. However, that all goes out the window if stimulus somehow gets passed, but I don't find that likely.

I believe pic related is what MARA's mining capabilities will be once they receive all their miners in 2021, but not entirely sure. At current prices, they'd be pulling in close to $350,000 per day. That will generate a pretty healthy EPS.

Just don't forget to take profits along the way. Think of MARA as trading bitcoin with 3x leverage, so if bitcoin dips hard, MARA will dip even harder. I just wish I bought more than 10 2023 $2 LEAPS. Those alone were up over 350% at the peak yesterday.

>> No.24945904

BE honest. How bad is a 8-5 sales job really?
Ill probably only be in the field for 4-6 hours a day though That is the only time i can potentially make money tho.. Im a newbie to wagesalving just graduated and used to do 60 hour weeks as a lifeguard and just goofed off the whole time and tanned. wasnt too bad. Spent all my money on weed and living expenses for school.

>> No.24945911

Fuck off back to wsb if you want to be a retard

>> No.24945912

What the FUCK would happen if robinhood suddenly went out of business tomorrow?

I know it's hard for you kids to even picture, but I have 78K in there right now.

>> No.24945917

Besides the fact that steel is a great investment they've also got the pending Tesla deal right? Makes me want to grab at least some 2022 or 2023 LEAPs

>> No.24945918

3 year moat on a tech company is pretty Lynchian for clown market.
Their customers aren't going to change providers.
I've been telling people PLTR isn't a bet on more customers, it's a bet on current customers having exponentially greater need. This is the same.

>> No.24945931

It shuts down, you maybe get whatever equity you have, that's it

>> No.24945943

Right now the only comprehensive articles out are in Portuguese, but you can easily copy paste them into google translate
Google Brumadinho deslizamento and put the filter to the last 24 hours

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Oh no my feefees some phoneposting lazy moron won't be making money.

>> No.24945967

I want to eventually buy a house with crypto gains. I think MARA or RIOT is a good start. I want some other ones to compare as well. What are the chink miner stocks?

>> No.24945973

The US has the SIPC which is government protection for this scenario. You wouldn't lose anything though it might take time to get it all. That said brokers so rarely go under because they tend to make good money.

>> No.24945977

travelling for work sucks

>> No.24945982

>I've been telling people PLTR isn't a bet on more customers, it's a bet on current customers having exponentially greater need. This is the same.
Ok this is interesting. TLS does have a product for the TSA where they get a fee per use from what I understand. I wonder what the math is if you add that to their current revenue.

>> No.24945996

Stay away from anything chink if you ever want a house.

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Go ahead and respond to my post so i know how not angry you are

>> No.24946013

Agreeed. wont be more than 15-25 minute commute. I agree though im used to it at this point. Work at home is kinda gay i cant find anything legit. Knocking on doors is gonna be fucking hilarious im gonna pretend im the ultimate jew selling everyone gold, and its free. They CANT say no

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You're a pathetic, feckless idiot.
See above.

>> No.24946030

Really good article explaining it:
Quotes translated to English:
According to the corporation, the accident was in a material disposal area. There, there are no search operations for missing persons from the tragedy that happened almost two years ago.
According to the Civil Defense, it was the mining company that reported the collapse.
In a note, Vale confirmed that there was a landslide on a slope in the mine's deactivated pit. The company did not say what type of activity it still carries out at the site.

>landslide on a slope in the mine's deactivated pit
>deactivated pit

>> No.24946038
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Keep going

>> No.24946040
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what should i do with 5k?

>> No.24946045

I mean travelling for sales. Never being in the same place, staying in hotel rooms constantly. That commute is nothing (even though any commute is shit), you're really going door to door, knocking? That's not how sales work at most legitimate companies.

>> No.24946050

There's like 20 people in this thread why even bother trolling when you can make money

>> No.24946057

Exactly, and what does IT for the Department of Defense involve anyway? I don't know but it's safe to assume there's more billable hours every year.
What makes it a meme play is that the p/e ratio could jump to 50 without any change in revenue.

>> No.24946063

Might consolidate into 5-10 stocks on Monday

>> No.24946065

that reminds me of something
How many poeple made a nice stack from LURKIN coffee??? And how many of you frens got BOGGED?
I think shit like that is so interesting. I can watch documentaries on ENRON all day. I wish I studied economics. I have a shitty bachelors and no real career path. My qt 3.14 gf is the only thing keeping me going.

>> No.24946072

You might want to stick to March/April if you're getting shorter dated calls. Earnings should be around the end of Jan and if they're OTM, you're gonna get crushed if it somehow turns to be a disappointment.

>> No.24946091
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>Just added milk to my tea for the first time
>It's great
I missed out on that my whole life? I blame women and niggers.

>> No.24946094

Take it from someone who's DoD the government overpays like fuck for shit

>> No.24946119

I probably wouldn't hold through earnings. More often than not it doesn't work out. Not worth the risk if things don't beat expectations

>> No.24946148

There's isn't a whole bunch of jobs available with an economics degree unfortunately. Used to be an older guy I worked with at red lobster who had an economics degree, he was waiting tables, he basically said jobs are very limited so you did good not wasting money on it

>> No.24946153

Make her a qt 3.14 wife
Invest her qt 3.14 salary in Cqt3.14.AI

>> No.24946165

wait im more curious about the larger disaster a year ago

Its door to door on specific apartment complexes with leads already.
yeah man...Its 100% a MLM scheme but i have some friends doing it and im selling an amazon product so who the fuck isnt gonna buy it. Sm girl got 20k commission in one day cz she went straight to the property manager and closed a huge deal. That makes me excited. My friend is also a tard whos pretty bad at ace to face interaction so if he can do it im confident

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>> No.24946178

You asked me to shill you something you said you have no reason to buy. I responded by telling you I don't want to spoonfeed you at this moment. You call me a troll? I'm not your personal analyst.

>> No.24946184

wait fuck ty anon im retard high as ballz to numb the paain. Fuck alcohol amirite?

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well, i'll check back in when I am a millionaire in 15 years bros. remember to buy every dip and invest as much as you can every month

>> No.24946193
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become a payday loan broker

>> No.24946194
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I'm here so make it 21 people
Also buy RYCEY

>> No.24946205
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>a tailings dam...suffered a catastrophic failure
>270 people died
Oh shit the Alaskan salmon fuckers weren't lying

>> No.24946227

Honestly I might just throw a 100 dollars at it and forget about it.

>> No.24946228
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There's a count of unique posters at the bottom right.

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You're gonna have to do your own research for chink shit. I will never buy anything Chinese after watching the China Hustle. You give them money and don't even own any part of the company. Nothing stopping them from Luckin' Coffeeing you. That being said, I'm pretty sure China has A LOT of mining power, but not sure if any of the big ones are publicly traded. BITF.V is another crypto miner, but they're on the TSX. Not sure if they got an OTC ticker. People were talking about NXTD this week, but I have no idea what they even do if they're even a miner.
Here's a seeking alpha article for you to read in for some MARA research:

>> No.24946239

I wasted my money alright. 14k down the whole plus interest. SHABAM youre fucking broke. I tell myself i invested in myself to feel better. Im gonna study for the LSAts

Ya know what guy? i should really do both... NAK is based.
270 people dead i wonder how many are still left under there.... Fucking brutal

>> No.24946241
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>shills his company nonstop for free but only during market hours
>bites someones head off and refuses to give their perspective when idea is challenged
You must have a really fragile ego or be unironically autistic. Either way you are hilarious, what a loser

>> No.24946257
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RYCEY investors aren't "people"

>> No.24946262

dude please find a new picture and sell rycey.

>> No.24946269
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you really have been missing out anon.

Milk in tea is based

>> No.24946277
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GKPRF bros
was looking through some DD since it was the weekend
>As aforementioned, I started with a company called Silent Witness back in 1992. I came up with a video device that records what was happening inside school buses to try to keep the driver’s eyes on the road. Thus, my background has been in security for quite some time.
>On the engineering side, when Honeywell bought Silent Witness, there was an engineering team that was nervous about the acquisition. I was successful in convincing those top engineers to join Gatekeeper.
so from what I understand all their effort the past few years are finally showing their fruit DESPITE covid wrecking everything right now

Silent Witness was a ticker that got bought out since they were doing so well

I only have $2K in GSI.V right now since it's still essentially a volatile penny stock and there's still a lot of risk going into Q1, might just crab downwards if they didn't snatch a new contract yet. But fuck, it's tempting as fuck to drop another 2 grand into this if it dips back to 60 cents. Penny stock volatility is scary though, going up +8% then down -8% the next day is like the norm

>> No.24946289
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Buy 5k worth of bitcoin and send to me. I will send you back 10k.

>> No.24946290

yea but all of you are just the same guy fucking with me with a VPN and 57 different IPs
you never should have told me this that one day, I've never been able to enjoy this thread properly ever since

>> No.24946332

Fair enough. Now that you mention it, don't think I've ever done well holding through earnings. Probably better to take profits on the run up and buy OTM cheapies after the IV crush.

>> No.24946333
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You will 8x your money in a year
Say it again and I'll lay one on ya

>> No.24946357

It's all just Baggie inversing himself to achieve perfect risk parity.
I keep waiting for bankruptcies and all I got was two mall REITs going under. Is this just the year of no bankruptcies, what the fuck?

>> No.24946366

Cashed out of PLTR at $28 and feeling better about that every day

>> No.24946370

>Nowadays, Viperfish is mostly offering products for the military. The United States Air Force (USAF), for example, asked us to adjust our recording platform to operate in a 10,000-foot unpressurized environment which is what the USAF gunships operate in. We were able to successfully design the platform.
they have contracts with the US military too so their engineers are the real deal
here I was thinking they just make dashcams for school buses and catching other traffic violations

hopefully it doesn't moon before I sell my GME calls right before Q4

>> No.24946383

Sir I use 4chanX, so it is at the top right. How dare you assume I use regular 4chan like a filthy plebeian such as yourself.

>> No.24946410
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RYCEY isn't going bankrupt. They are the GE of england. You will never have an opportunity to buy RYCEY this cheap ever again. Vaccine is being distributed, business will start to pick up very soon.

>> No.24946418

Don't talk to /smg/ video update bro like that

>> No.24946428
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5 of the IPs in this very thread are just me.

>> No.24946433

I think it depends on why the markets tank if they do. For instance if the tech bubble pops for whatever reason, I'm not sure reinvesting into tech is the right move right away. Then again clown market clown world etc, who knows.

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>> No.24946460

I named my ona hole Miko and I ended up destroying it yesterday. I bought another one today and named it Miko as well.

>> No.24946498
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A true patrician would have filtered me when I started having a conversation with a namefag
Dozens of megacaps went bankrupt during the Great Recession. Getting a bailout doesn't mean avoiding bankruptcy. What does RYCEY have besides jets? GE has padding with GE health and its 5G work.

>> No.24946509


Gets me every time I see it

>> No.24946512
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That's fine. You can fuck plastic toys, but she will never be your waifu.

>> No.24946528

Boy am I glad I bought DPST last week. Hopefully that share buyback news lasts well into monday.

>> No.24946543

Nuclear energy my friend. England will never let their pride and joy go under. It's a big gamble but I have the utmost confidence that I made the right choice. Fudding only fuels my confidence.

>> No.24946562

I used to filter a lot of shit, but then over half the thread disappeared, so I use it only for true retards that piss me off like kpop fag. One of these fucking days I'll have every single one of his chink images filtered.

>> No.24946581

What if I cut out a picture of Miko’s face and put it on an ona hole, would she be my waifu then?

>> No.24946620

Nope. But it will curse your portfolio.

>> No.24946637
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Hey /smg/ what is your opinion on GTC 20% trailing stop loss orders for casual investors?

>> No.24946641

cute a hole where her mouth is in the picture and put it over the hole instead of on it

>> No.24946660

What are you gonna do? Curse me? :^)

Based I’ll do this right now

>> No.24946678

QLI for quick flip?

>> No.24946695

Reddit faggot leave immediately

>> No.24946698

I won't, miko will.

>> No.24946704

lurk moar

>> No.24946706
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I shorted the Euro end of day

>> No.24946722

Grim has been here for over 3 years. Why are you so angry at him?

>> No.24946725

Serious question: how are you guys confident in steel after seeing X basically crash and burn this week? I am not seeing the macroeconomic argument here. Yes iron and steel is more expensive, but that doesn't mean the steelmakers get more money. On the contrary it seems that their customers just stop producing and the steelmakers see losses like X did

>> No.24946736

>pee ID
Pee pee poo poo

>> No.24946751
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I'm a bull, friend, but I'm no optimist.

>> No.24946765

>talking about stocks

>> No.24946767

That’s literally a Britbong staple wtf. Do burgers really have tea with no milk in it?

>> No.24946781

Because I bought VALE who isn't an american company and makes some of the highest grade iron in the world which will be the only company to survive the globohomo green movement

>> No.24946782
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Any thoughts on POWW?

>> No.24946788

I’m already saying people don’t remember how good the 2000s were

>> No.24946791

Pretty sure you can just pocket the match then transfer?

>> No.24946792

Question, even if you do get IV crushed post earnings, if they were positive earnings could not make up for it with movement of stock esp if the calls exp April/July?

>> No.24946811

The only people that drink hot tea in the US are thots. We all drink coffee.

>> No.24946831

kill yourself

>> No.24946836

If you have to ask this question you don't understand options bro.

1. Wall st prices in different earnings than what is formally "expected", you can beat earnings and drop value on the stock itself.

2. Of course a positive earnings leading to the stock increasing in value could outweigh IV, that is literally why there is IV and what gives the option its value retard.

3. There is less IV crush (relative to the total amount of IV) post earnings on a longer dated option, yes.

>> No.24946839


>> No.24946842

VALE sells iron, not steel (although they are developing a steel mill for 2022 I think.. I could be remembering that wrong)
I'm confident as the market for iron ore is only getting stronger - because the price of steel is high, all the steel producers want to produce as much as possible (so they buy more iron)
The macroeconomic reason why the metals are high is because every central bank in the world is printing currency to try to kickstart their economies / prevent widespread suffering. When you increase the money supply, but still have the same resources available (metals) the price of the resources goes up with more money chasing it = commodity bull run
On top of this, every country is looking to invest in infrastructure for fiscal policy, as it creates jobs, improves the country / helps facilitate trade - you need iron (and steel) in order to build infrastructure
VALE's economic report from June had them projecting their income based upon iron being ~$96 -- it's currently $150-160
Not only is the price $150-160, but it's being priced out for months and months. Before, it was assumed that rapidly in early 2021 the price of iron would fall.. however, after recent developments with the Australian China trade war, it's not going to happen.
The Australian government wants the price of iron to remain high as it's offsetting any losses from the barley / wine / coal embargo

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Any BCRX chads about?

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Ended on 260.00 on the dot to get both the massive amounts of 260c and 260p qnd make them worthless.
I really think we might pump next week though

I'm not American and we don't really have a tea culture here outside of soccer moms slurping "Masala Chai Yoga Latte".

It's beer for breakfast instead. In fact I just had one.

>> No.24946859

kek no

>> No.24946866

my impression of aussies was pretty negative because in the past their gov't has wanted to ban DFC characters in cartoons
I now see that they are based and fucking with the chinks pilled

>> No.24946873

Where do you live anon?

>> No.24946880

We will all drink the future of coffee which is Tea Bag coffee

>> No.24946902

2 people bought a couple grand worth and 1 guy bought 4 mil worth. Meh.

>> No.24946918

hello brother. you doing okay?

>> No.24946928

mmm Nuzee is so good, yep, tastes really good

>> No.24946936

You don't understand what's going on. All of the steel manufacturers are vertically integrated and mine their own ore. The reason why steel is so expensive is because there's a shortage of it. The shortage is due to covid shutdowns hampering production. Steel industry has a long supply chain from rock to finished product and the delays from covid, in tandem with practical logistics problems also brought by covid, has made steel to expensive for many producers to buy

Basically the people who normally buy steel are saying fuck it and shutting down operations rather than paying exorbitant steel prices. So now these vertically integrated entities spent all that money mining and processing and have fewer takers for their product. Which has resulted in a net loss in X's case

I fail to see why CLF or Vale will not suffer the same issue. I sold CLF and will probably be placing puts on it next week

>> No.24946939

>/smg/ has the return of the background pajeets shiling their biotech and TSLA bags
Running out of buyers

>> No.24946940

Yes, I'm close to a 60% return on shares. I wish I'd bought more but I learned my lesson about making too large of a bet on biotech with ONTX

>> No.24946956

Sir, the needful. Please do it

>> No.24946965

It's not about moving the price, it's about the vote of confidence from someone with way more info than the public.
That's personal wealth they could have used to buy anything.

>> No.24946967

>Basically the people who normally buy steel are saying fuck it and shutting down operations rather than paying exorbitant steel prices
Even if this was true, they will all eventually cave and buy it anyway.

>> No.24946979

Yup, solid end of day. I noticed short shares were returned back around 11am today on iborrowdesk.com -- which usually indicates major short interest is giving up. They weren't gonna be able to get those friday put options exercised, so they gave up. Thing is gonna rally like hell next week.

>> No.24947013

I was thinking that we were going to break $9 today but it seems like we didn't. If what you're saying is true then I can't wait for next week. I hope we make it to double digits bros even for only a second.

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>> No.24947015

And yeah you're right about biotechs. I only very rarely get into them because they get so screwed around with it's nearly impossible to make sense of it's action. But BCRX is different. Yes, being screwed around with but the bull money supporting it to higher prices is way too much for bears to handle.

>> No.24947027

Yeah I honestly think we breach 10 next week. A lot of covering has to happen.

>> No.24947036

>they will all eventually cave and buy it anyway
No they won't. They're going to go out of business. Look at the Chinese producers reaction to this. They're calling on their government to basically subsidize the price of steel for them or they will stop operating

>> No.24947038

Though China was the No. 3 iron ore producer, it was also the top importer, buying up 63% of the global trade. Japan was the second-largest importer, purchasing 8.3% of global trade, followed by South Korea at 5.1%.

US does not matter for iron

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>> No.24947117

In normal circumstances I would say you're right, but you are missing the fact that the green movement is GOING to happen. VALE makes the most eco-friendly iron.

>> No.24947132

Oh I didn't realize you were german
As-salamu alaykum

>> No.24947134

BCRX is my first stock and I am very happy with it's progress. Hope we make it to $10. I'm thinking of going in on QLI. Thoughts? I know most IPOs having been skyrocketing on release day. I hope the same is true aboout QLI.

>> No.24947195

>The reason why steel is so expensive is because there's a shortage of it.
Yes, and you *need* iron to make steel. Chinese buyers are now incentivized to buy from Brazilian iron producers VALE (the #2 producer in the world) instead of Australian producers, due to the trade war.
Every country on Earth will try to invest in infrastructure to get out of this crisis - they'll be thinking economics 101 'increase fiscal spending on infrastructure in a recession'. However, they don't have the money to do it, so their central bank will print currency and buy the iron/steel (driving up the price of iron)
I think you are looking to US centered / too focused on United States Steel Corporation

>> No.24947196

Nice anon. That's a solid first stock choice haha. Well done. I'm not familiar with QLI, but I'm most certainly going to have a look at it if you're interested in it. People knock greenhorns but I've noticed many of them nail stocks off the bat because it's fresh eyes.

>> No.24947214

Mfw I was part of the great boomer heist: Irrationally driving up the TSLA share price with call buying week over week (and getting everyone in on the hype). Yesterday selling market on close to the boomers and index funds that had to buy 69 mil shares at the ATH and will be stuck bagholding this turd as the shareprice slowly cruises down the hill like a NKLA truck.

>> No.24947249

It was hedgies, angry at being outdone by index funds, unloading the TSLA turd to get even.
They will still be beaten in 2020 and 2021 by index funds.

>> No.24947298

Tried looking it up, Quilian International Holding by chance? That's all I could find. But good on you for making a wise decision on your first buy! My first buy was AMRN last year and it did me well. Recently checked back in on it and it's right back in the shitter.

Just a friendly piece of advice: never stay attached to one specific stock. It's probably in your best interest if BCRX gets to $10 (your price target) to take your initial investment, plus a little profit, and invest elsewhere and see where whatever is left will take you. We're in a bull market right now so get that money!

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Wa aleikumu salam. Soob be kheir.

>> No.24947335

I'm sorry anon I was just larping. I don't speak arabic

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stimulus aint gonna happen bros. 1pm sunday they'll talk again, but the bill is 600 pages and none of the public or senators have seen any of it.

We're fucked!!! Rug pull monday

>> No.24947354

I definitely agree they won't get a stimulus done, but dunno what the reaction will be. Mostly it's going to affect small businesses not big ones right?

>> No.24947367

Australia still ships steel to China. Steel isn't being banned. China is not suicidal and this "trade war" has theatrical dimensions

>> No.24947378

Neither do I. That was the few words of Persian I can muster

>> No.24947391

Are stonks still as crazy as back in March?

>> No.24947413

Hoping for a gap up monday so i can sell my covvies before kicking back to enjoy the shitshow

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>> No.24947425

They do - but on the whole, out of the thousands of Chinese buyers, there will be more than there would have been previously now opting to buy from Brazil rather than Australia. If they're setting up a contract to buy months from now, with the levels of uncertainty in the trade war, they don't want their cargo ship to get stuck out in the harbor like happened with coal. They have more reason now to buy from Brazil than they did before = VALE capturing more market share on aggregate
Buyers don't like uncertainty - so will choose to buy (more) from Brazil

>> No.24947450

Yes, but going up beyond all reason instead of down beyond all reason

>> No.24947457

I have been looking into this. Would this be short term?

>> No.24947476

>tfw priced out of NET
how the FUCK can i justify buying my desired 100 share position at these levels? FUCK

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Merry Christmas! Remember the Jews sacrificed this nigger to keep us goyim calm

>> No.24947494

holy fuck

i closed my position at like 55 happy with like 60% gain and then forgot about it


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>not even 300 mio revenue
>25 bio market cap

>> No.24947511

I think you will see a stimulus pass. Mcconnel is looking to pass something in order to help the GA runoff, he doesn't need everyone but he's the kingpin of this whole operation and what he says goes.

>> No.24947563

Australia already provides most the iron ore, and brazil is having scaling problems, Australia is more reliable in the long run.

>> No.24947567

Don't worry, I just bought in.
Next dotcom crash is, at best, days away.

>> No.24947600

Yeah but now we have the internet, everyone can get onboard easy, the orders won't slow down any time soon

>> No.24947706

I'm half cash so I'm ready for ze cheepeez

Don't you think it's odd there's mass did being spread by the media literally everywhere?
Seems like it's actually a good time to buy if anything.
Only thing is it seems like people on this board are incapable of averaging into anything or taking profit by selling partial positions.
They just fucking fomo into everything with 100% of their portfolio then sell when it drops 15% kek

>> No.24947741

I'm not investing in VALE for the long run, as I don't think the iron cycle will last into 2022 (but will continue strong through 2021)
They just re-opened the mine that had shutdown

>> No.24947771

I have calls in VALE, they will go up during this cycle, I just don't see brazil replacing australia.

>> No.24947772

I though the same with AAL watching it drop every day, sad. Many such cases. Hopefully stimulus will give it a kick up the jacksy.

>> No.24947789

Don’t they make turbines for oil and gas, or was that spun off?

>> No.24947794

>buy world index fund at peak of South Sea bubble
>baghold for two centuries

>> No.24947835

It seems like recoveries are getting faster though, back then you had to baghold 2 centuries, last century only 40 years or so, now recoveries are quick.

>> No.24947899

are there any aussie iron ore companies we can buy stonks in?

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zoom out. what are you doing? you had no business taking that trade

>> No.24947951

BHP and RIO are the biggest, but I haven't really looked into australian equities ever.

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Honestly, is Nokia a good buy? I keep reading about all these 5G deals they are making across Europe and I'm thinking the whole 5G thing will fly off as more and more antennas and people get phones that support it.
Nokia announced yesterday that it launched 5G services in Poland with Polkomtel. Also a 7-year deal in Luxembourg. all this past week

>> No.24948113

probably not volatile enough for short term flips, probably not great for the long term either, I'd avoid it.

>> No.24948204

new thread when

>> No.24948313

Not to mention nasa contracts and the tons of patents they own. Also, given the actual price you can get quite a lot of stocks.
Long hold for me

>> No.24948576

Reddit is that way buddy

>> No.24948642

never, this was the final edition of /smg/
it was an honor shitposting with you faggots

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Is it likely that PLTR hits at least $40 end of next year?

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There appears to be some funny business going on here in the Telos cash flow

>> No.24949076

SWI. buy the dip?

>> No.24949085

That is a very dangerous knife to catch

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