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>I'm new to the stock market, what stocks should I buy?
Before you buy anything, make a brokerage account and read investopedia articles and/or the books in the OP list. If you don't have a broker, you can't buy stocks and if you blindly buy things without understanding how the stock market works or doing any research on the individual stocks you're buying, you will lose money and it will be entirely your fault.

List of popular brokers:
https://pastebin.com/mrSchZPg

List of basic stock market terminology for newfags:
https://pastebin.com/VtnpN5iJ

Real-time market news:
https://thefly.com/index.php

Educational sites:
https://www.investopedia.com/
https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain

Free in depth technical analysis charts:
http://www.tradingview.com

Premarket Data:
https://pastebin.com/y9PRQLR3

Earnings Report Calendars:
https://biz.yahoo.com/research/earncal/today.html
https://www.earningswhispers.com/calendar

Pump and Dump Advertising:
https://stocktwits.com

S&P 500 VIX Futures (For SVXY/UVXY, higher is better for UVXY, lower is better for SVXY)
https://www.investing.com/indices/us-spx-vix-futures

Basic rundown on lean hogs:
http://www.theoptionsguide.com/lean-hogs-futures-buying.aspx

Biotech Catalyst Calendar:
https://www.biopharmcatalyst.com/calendars/fda-calendar

Suggested books:
https://pastebin.com/jgA5zTuC

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Another day, another AMD put. Let's hope this one works out as well as the last one.
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Watch Anime
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>>12408649
based and animepilled
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The overwhelming sentiment is red, so it'll probably be red for a short time.
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>>12408654
They say life is short.
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Long SESN
Long SESN
Long SESN
Long SESN
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>tfw all my longs are meme chink shit
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>>12408662
https://sesenbio.com/our-programs/

This website should help you learn more about SESN to post on here
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How many more days until the bottom falls out?
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where the fuck are the aussies
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>>12408673
literally why?
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>>12408781
for a laugh
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So I found /smg/ after getting into the market and went with a brokerage that charges a $5 commission. Did I fuck up too hard and should I switch to Robinhood, or will I make it?
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>>12408789
no, fuck the fees jews. switch to robinhood.
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>>12408789
I've heard of some pretty shady things about robinhood, but of you don't intend to day trade or only want to swing or hold long term I think it's a great service.
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>>12408789
Depends on how much you trade with. Above 1k per trade the fees aren't really noticable. The spread is much more important.
And there's no free lunch. I don't know how Robinhood works but they too will get their money one way or another.
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>>12408823
>I don't know how Robinhood works but they too will get their money one way or another.

They make money by selling order flow to high frequency traders
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Bearfags about to lose their studio apartment rent check after shorting the bottom 6 days in a row. Today must be the day you get it right, huh? LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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>>12408895
based and greenpilled.
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>>12408701

You got till U.S. government shutdown ends and speculators get their hands on market data.

Soon as you hear that Dems and Reps strike a deal, your ass needs to sell since you were too dumb to sell in July.
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>>12408895
Based

>>12408680
Shitpost > well written post
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>>12408921
why should we sell you dumb faggot?
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who else /longXLFfornextweek/
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>>12408895
Actually I haven't been shorting shit in the past week. Just started again yesterday and made thousand bucks in a single trade. Cope harder.
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>>12409000
uh oh the bearfag is getting angry

Watch out boys, he's almost break even
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>>12408921
Market data is irrelevant, only boomers care about things like GDP, trade deficits and basedbean exports.
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>>12409000
You sound upset? Are you okay?
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>>12408985
You should change your name to "true fact"
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>>12408950

Market data will show how significant the trade wars have affected exports/sells.

Agriculture is for sure in the red- especially onions, sorghum, oranges, seafood, pork, poultry and beef. Textiles are hurting- China targeted cotton. Coal is down. (China is now getting it from Brazil) Whiskey, crude oil, and car makers are all struggling

And these are just the numbers we've known for some time. The government shutdown means we don't have the market data since before the last two weeks of December.
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>>12409038
Priced. In.
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AWAKEN MY MASTERS
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imagine actually buying activision stock
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>>12409061
We are always awake. Dump it
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what are some moth related stocks?
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can someone explain how to play UGAZ, DGAZ, GASL,

thnks

t, noob
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>>12409038
>Agriculture is for sure in the red- especially onions, sorghum, oranges, seafood, pork, poultry and beef
>pork
>in the red
NOOOOOOO
NOT THE LEAN HOGS
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>>12409079
GE
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this sell off volume is pathetic. when will they drill a green dildo?
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there are people in this thread that still don't own any LCI.. it's like they want to be poor
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why all the weed stocks are up double digits? i thought Aphria earning were disappointing
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>>12408662

Absolutely anon.
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Why the fuck are people selling? there is literally no reason
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>>12409130
Because people are retarded.
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>>12408895
ROFLMAO!
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>>12409130
daytraders getting spooked by a famous bear on bloomberg it appears.
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>>12409130

Friday profit takers.
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GERMANY, FRANCE PUSH FOR 0.2% TAX ON EUROPEAN STOCK TRADES

. . .
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>>12409130
morning selling is healthy, i'd be more worried if we opened green
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>>12409151
no1 buy that shit anyways.
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>>12409151
They are running out of money, brexit is gonna fuck em up the ass, am i rite lads?
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>>12409150
Urban legend
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>>12409130
Taking profits after ~10% gains
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Red opening. Dow looking to take deep cuts.
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Temporary vix spikes to bait for doomers' shares, push down vix and reward the sheeps, and repeat.
Easy as fuck.
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US dollar mooning
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>>12409191
Seems like a couple times a day are traps for FOMO retards.
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People surprised a Friday in january is red? Noobs
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>>12409000
Are you Worren Biffet?
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>>12409200
It's 30 minutes into the trading day.
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>>12409206
No, I was just lucky and used degenerate leverage.
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>>12409200
yes fren, my final price target for the DOW today is 0
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>>12409215
cool man gl and don't blow up your account, i guess
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200 pt. freefall. What we losing to day? 1.5%, 2%? Another 3%?

Saw that J.C.Penny is closing stores.
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The losers were priced in. We are going up.
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>>12409234
260 EOD
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>>12409234
>Saw that J.C.Penny is closing stores

Have you been in one? They are shit holes. Disgusting people in there.
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>>12409257
>Disgusting people in there.
you mean..... females? r-right??
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>>12409268
>you mean..... females? r-right??

Herein Florida, trailer trash, dirty, loud obnoxious Ricans, ghetto nigs. It's the dollar store of department stores.

People of JCP could easily take over for People of Walmart.

Need a hazmat suit in order to walk in there.
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>>12409281
>>12409257
at least kohls is white and based
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Who /czr/ here?
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> mfw ATVI

Man, they got raped pretty hard due to losing the Destiny franchise.
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>>12409288
>at least kohls is white and based
Kohls has the best clearance racks.. I've bought so many good shirts there for like $4 when they're normally $40
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>>12409295
Not really into gaming, any interesting company involved in Virtual reality gaming stuff?

that seems like the next big trend
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>>12409295
Good laugh for sure, fuck em they deserve it.
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>>12409299
>that seems like the next big trend

It was a fad and is already over. Hardware is expensive and it still lacks the "must-have" killer app to actually sell shit.

>>12409308
I wonder how long Bobby Kotick is still able to be CEO before he has to step down.
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>>12409288
>at least kohls is white and based

Kohl's is based.
Macy's went to shit pandering to NY Ricans. Dillards is not bad, not great, but not bad. Sears is JCP tier.
Walmart need a tetnus shot after you leave.
Only trap fags go to Target
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>>12409297
just go to burlington or TJ maxx, better selection, and better prices

the trick is to go in without looking for anything specific

>>12409295
they deserve worse for remastering WC3 and milking WOW into oblivion, instead of just making WC4 that people have been waiting over 15 years for
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anyone want some bear meat for the lunch?
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>>12409324
>Only trap fags go to Target
This means you (comfy)
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>>12409324
There's a super walmart like 1 mile from my house

I've been there like 2 times, been open 10 years

place is like a petri dish
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>>12408649
Just saw Laputa for the first time last night. Fuck me, was that ever a fantastic movie. Five stars.
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>>12409322
Probably only a matter of time at this point, with COD stagnating, Overwatch outright declining, and loosing Destiny on top of all that.... But hey if it's any consolation EA's suffering as well.
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Eating SESN cheapies like a hungry hungry hippo
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>>12409151
I think both of those governments have full departments whose job it is to sit around and think up new ways to fuck over their own citizenry.
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>>12409377
why?
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>>12409371
>But hey if it's any consolation EA's suffering as well.
thats not a consolation, thats an outright bonus

winning a lottery ticket on the same day that you get 1000% returns at the casino
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>>12409121
Revenue numbers were under expectations, but EPS was good. Earnings call was also great. Adding that, the entire weed sector is up. Lots of investors also don't like the CEO who was announced to be leaving, so that has some merits to it.
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Did Grim an hero himself after taking out a loan for this stock?
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>>12409466
I thought it was supposed to be after close for earnings?
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>>12408895
This tweet didn't age well. now at minus 0.5%
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>>12409471
I really think SN or YUMA have a better chance of running especially SN
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>>12409336
>There's a super walmart like 1 mile from my house
>I've been there like 2 times, been open 10 years
>place is like a petri dish

There is a brand new one they just put up by my house. Been open about 2 years. Already trashed. I walked in to get some donation toys for Toy For Tots, turned around walked out. Grabbed a couple of things from Kohls instead.
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>>12409482
1 hour into the day. Bearfags are shorting the bottom right now.
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https://on.mktw.net/2D5eQQJ

Extreme cost cutting combined with slowing demand are big signs of profitability problems with near term consequences. With higher interest rates unexpectedly bad profit can potentially lead to defaults, which in a highly leveraged industry like auto could cascade.

The auto industry is probably the biggest threat to financial stability right now, better pay attention closely.
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THREADLY REMINDER THAT DIVIDENDS ARE YOUR FREN

ITW came yesterday to drop off some monies. O comes on Monday. free monies.
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>>12409515
GM just raised full year 2019 guidance, interesting for them to do that in a recession
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>>12409501
>>12409336
>>12409324
>>12409297
Khols is sanitized and suburban mom chic, everything is over branded and over priced except when on clearance.

I do most of my shopping at Walmart where I can get jeans and white dress shirts for cheap.
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>>12409429
I'm not good at explaining but it is undervalued and has a bright future
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>>12409539
>Walmart where I can get jeans

Not buying Diamond Gusset Jeans made in TN.
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what the FUCK is going on with nflx? this kind of meteoric rise seems unnatural, even considering hype and expectations for earnings next week
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>>12409548
>>12409539
jean shorts??
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Okay i don't know wtf is going on with the dude weed. Aphria puts out bad earnings below even the low estimate, CEO resigns, and it... pumps? Wut? I'm glad i didn't try to short this.
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>he thought the bear market was over.

Recession is just starting. Buckle in kiddos. Balance sheet unwinding and terrible earnings will continue. Loading up on SQQQ.
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>>12409558
Look at the chart. It does this before every earnings report. I'm shorting 1/2 before earnings and half the day after. Fuck this meme stock.
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>>12409558
probably just a short squeeze?
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>>12409571
point at this doomer and laugh at him.
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>>12409436
Haha well said, hopefully this will be a wake up call for both of em. I'd say start to consider investing in em once they have either a change in leadership and or change in direction. Who knows maybe they will actually start releasing games again (looking at you EA, your roster for this year is basically just Anthem).
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>>12409524
They're betting new product lines will sustain them in China and elsewhere, which is foolish. Regardless, if Ford or a similair sized auto company collapses theyll bring the rest of us down with them.
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>>12409586
Checked 86
Troll
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>>12409571
>will continue
earnings season officially starts with Alcoa desu.
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I think that the next big move will be downward
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>>12409603
Terrible earnings started in October mate.
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>>12409480
he's referring to APHA earnings which happened this morning
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You retards. This train is not stopping for you. 320 SPY 2020.
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Based and redpilled bulls
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>>12409668
Not this time
You'll be hodling those bags till 2025
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>>12409690
My wallet will get fat thanks to retards like you.
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>>12409668
2020 BTC = 125K
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>>12409708
oh no, we have a cointard invasion

this is a big boy thread friend
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pls help..
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>>12409130
We will be back at 2800 in no time, but forget about 3000 as of this year.
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>>12409715
Penny stock degenerate gambler
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>>12409715
buy more, lower your average cost, dummy
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>>12409722
This. Consumer credit relatively flat with redbook in historic numbers. That should be enough for the domestic sector to pull back to 2800.
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>>12409715

They are buying back their own common stock at 0.14.
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.76 is the absolute BOTTOM for SESN
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>>12409733
I need help..
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>>12409739
>99.67% portfolio diversity
he doesn't have anymore cash

he should've bought SN instead...
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>>12409753
put in more cash lmao
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>>12409750
Hodl
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>>12409761
you're right just moved 10k from my bank into RH
I'm all in! Let's see if it pays off! Thanks /smg/!
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>>12409769
anytime
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>>12409747
>.76 is the absolute BOTTOM for SESN

I hope. Got it at .81.
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>>12409743
Also. You fags seem to be all in on the trade war meme. China needs min 6% of GDP growth but there are many different aspects to this game. For example, China may as of today, hold more debt than FR. Given that their statistics are cooked. Do not jump the trade war / slowdown meme and buy those pesky cheap discount stocks on the mainland.
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>>12409715
Cash out and join the SESN train bro its nowhere but up from here
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>>12409761
he's probably the type of guy that doesn't buy LCI because he believes anonymous poster bashing it lol
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Unusually low volume. Everyone is waiting for the banks to report.
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>>12409715
close your trading account degen
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QQQ creating a nice support at 160. This is comfy af.
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DONT DO IT
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Fair Warning: This is the part where most plebeians lose their shirts.
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Can someone explain to me why NBEV keeps getting 5% gains every single day for like a week now? Everyday I say "Ooh man I'll buy in the next time it dips" but it just keeps going up and up, this shit can't keep happening and I refuse to buy the top.
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>>12409865
it's a manipulated pennymeme, what do you expected?
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>>12409865
when it dips and everyone says to buy the dip... just know... thats not a dip.. thats a falling knife
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>>12409747
What's your reasoning? TA?
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I need a drink...fuck me
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>>12408617
>ATVI down 10%
buy NOW
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regretting buying t puts now
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>>12410011
hey its rallying!
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>>12409941
just like BGFV

mid teens soon btw
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>>12409471
this confirms the bogs are watching
the timing of
>anon starts shilling MagneGas
>MagneGas dumps 30%

is too coincidental
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>>12410104
well fuck me...it is
maybe this wasn't a mistake after all
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What are you all watching today? I'm not seeing any good setups at all.
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I almost took pills today...almost
thank G-d i'm a fucking coward
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>>12410184
Watching for MO to form a bottom, div yield is silly rn plus is it nice vice exposure + lmaoweedude without lmaoweedude volatility

also big defense stocks are pretty beaten up, waiting for a market to be quite red and maybe will swoop in on GD RTN LMT
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am i a traitor for buying yao
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>>12410190
>all in on a pennystock
I would say you are brave. Stupid, but brave.
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Wow so basically Bears are dumb losers that will never have girlfriends
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Which Brazil stock has the greatest potential under a competent financial minister?
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>>12410184
Chinese memes like JD, IQ, BILI etc...morning dip was nice to open longs on xlf/jpm/bac.
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>>12410222
Buy Brazilian helicopter manufacturers ^)
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>>12410222
Any plantation/ranch/pharma/farm stock
Tech stocks have high volatility, get in then get out and stay out
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>>12410222
>Which Brazil stock has the greatest potential under a competent financial minister?

There has to be a sheet metal shanty builder there run by fags
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>>12410214
It's such a rush!
throwing everything you have into one memestock and watching it either tumble all the way down or rocket into the skies
either way it sends my heart racing and I feel so fucking hot when it happens
what makes this feeling even better is when your coked up to the gills
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I don't see how anybody can deny it at this point
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>>12410247
kakegurui plz go
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>>12410260
no I like it here
I think I'll stay for awhile
you dont mind do you?
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i'm very tempted to sell puts on TLRY and sell them before 1/15

the theta burn over the weekend is like guaranteed 20% profit
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When will weed biz be a serious investment and not speculation?
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>>12410284
i meant buy them back before 1/15
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>>12410293
Sell all your weed stocks after it’s legalized nationally
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>>12410293
Like a decade from now
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>>12410293
year or so prob, in the meantime MO and STZ are cheap and expose you to that
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>SESN
>NBR
>TME

Pitter patter get at her.
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>>12410293
All the VCs are already in
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>>12409070
I tried warning a guy of that two weeks ago but he said MW2R and the new diablo game will carry their stock to the moon. Well, it just got confirmed by trusted leakers MW2R is campaign only (Most people are buying it for the multiplayer) and bungie didn't just leave because of a difference in vision. Activision wanted tons of micro transactions like in cod and they didn't want that in destiny so they lost a huge IP and all this means is that gamers now know that cod will be hurt hard with micro transactions in the future. Bad move and bad PR
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>>12410022
>Mfw I bought in a month ago
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>>12410293
In like 5 years, it will just be another commodity with shitty margins, only difference it will have horrible taxes associate with it
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>>12410184
Nibbling the energy sector a bit. Natural gas and oil are looking good. Just a pinky toe so far though.
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is the market 404?
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>>12410392
Huge growth potential though
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>>12410438
>potheads everywhere
at least i got my $10,000!
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Apple, Microsoft, Amazon lagging today...

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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t-t-the market c-cant go up f-forever right guys?
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>>12410497
green fridays r spooky
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>>12410524
Fuck bulls and tripfags
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>>12410524
tvix on sale buy under $50
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>>12410524
It's looking like bull flag followed by test of 2700 resistance for the s&p.
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>>12410453
There are already potheads everywhere, only difference is you'll have a nice stack of cash to go along with it.
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>are zee shorts in
>yes my master
>pamp eet, Monsieur President
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>>12410524
Dont worry itll only go up for the next 10 years
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Stop buying you will lose it all. Earnings are going to destroy you. Sit tight on cash until after earnings. Thank me later.
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>>12410662
But earnings in which sector?
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>>12410547
t. shorted the bottom
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>>12410524
G O L D E N B U L L R U N F O R E V E R F A G G O T
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>>12410638
You know what's ironic about these kind of memes is that it was the French who forced the US to abandon the Breton Woods and the Gold Standard. There's a whole subgenre of anti french conspiracies waiting to be made.
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>>12410678
Reminder spy is still -12% from ath. Nice golden bull run. We will hit -30% before reaching ath. Bulls are delusional idiots.
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My puts are expiring on 18. jan. What are chances DJ will hit 22600 within 1 week? :(
Please make fun of me. I fucked shit up.
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>>12410692
Holy shit bears are pathetic
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The SPY rejected 2600 3 times this week. Is it time to go short again?
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>>12410752
time to long fag
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>>12410687
the French won the American civil war, you think that comes for free? I think not.
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>>12410745
probably about 0%
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>>12410745
I'm not trying to be a dick, but it's not a good idea to buy options when volatility explodes, you pretty much always lose money

The vol decay itself pretty much wrecks the options
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and here we goooooooooooooooooooo
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>>12410800
great time to sell though
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>>12410800
thank you. I'm a newb and fortunately it was only some playmoney I lost. Still feels devastating.
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>>12410745
EOD lul
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how much money do you need to start option trading? seems like i need to be okay with a potential 1k loss to even bother smarting off small
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>>12410853
if you only buy calls, then you'll only lose what you pay for.
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>>12410853
Depends on how much your option costs.
If you jus wana dive right in and learn the hard way about 4 grand.
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Think AMD can hit highs again today? Just ran it from 20.09 to 29.24 and bailed just in time. Want to either reload for another bump there or possibly short GM for eod profit taking.
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reply to this reply or your mother will lose 800k from your neet-ass
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>>12410833
when you buy directional options you need a lot to go right for you to make money, it's not just a pure leverage play there's a time and volatility component to it

don't feel bad, most newbs always lose playing directional options
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>>12409329
> 9% bounce after a 20% drop
the fucking state of bulltards
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>>12410885
>bear market is back
wrong
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SPY is bouncing from resistance. It's not going any higher today.
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Can you trade banana futures? I guess there's a fungus killing bananas and they have no genetic diversity so most of them will die and they'll have to pick a new breed of banana to grow.
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>>12410915
just short companies that harvest bananas bro
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I’d like some financial advice /smg/ and you all seem like successful wealthy boomers who’ve made it already. I bought TTWO at the top just before the crash and I got fucked hard. Should I buy more now that ATVI and EA are getting fucked, or should I just sell at a major loss as punishment for being retarded?
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>>12410662
Most of the autists on /biz/ and wsb seem to think earnings are going to be a dump/easy short

you know how that usually goes
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>>12410984
stop buying individual companies in a sector you are passionate in

buy genuinely blue chip companies and index funds exclusively
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Just bought SPY 254 1/16 puts.
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What are some low-risk investments for $1000?
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>>12411007
SDY
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Why isn't beartards selling the rally? Oh yeah, they have no money left to sell.
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>>12411007
LABU
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>>12411007
LMT
WM
SMG

or indexes that offer dividends:
SPY
DIA
QQQ
IWD
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>>12411002
At least you didn't buy them 2 weeks ago at the lows like most people

Im guessing the market makers will just hold the market here for a couple of months, maximum pain to piss the most people off
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>>12410687
Gommie, I've yet to hear your take on the outcome for FTSE/GBP after March 29th.
If you even care that is, throw a bong a bone
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>>12410862
You can buy puts too? Are you a newnew?
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>>12410984
>you all seem like successful wealthy boomers who’ve made it already

Kek
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>>12410999

Damn those trips...

I thought indexes were for boomers though and didn’t give as much of a return. Also what is “genuinely blue chip”?
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>>12411044
SHORT GBP lmao, it was free money last fall and it's about to be free money again.
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>>12411053
Yes you can. I wasn't gonna subconsciously place the idea of buying puts in this market for someone who have never done options before.
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>>12411023
Are posts like this real? Are there people who REALLY only play one side of the market?
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>>12411070
>I'd like some advice, you all seem like boomers
>>12411070
>wait, I thought index funds were for boomers
kek

take the boomer pill
retire early
dab on zoomers
mow your lawn
set up a three fund portfolio
https://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Three-fund_portfolio
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>>12411070

Also, you didn’t answer. Buy or sell?
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>>12411071
That was my initial consideration.
But SUPPOSEDLY it only dumped because Leave wasn't expected to win the referendum, and traders lost their spaghetti.

Traders aren't that stupid, the smart thing to do would be for institutions to dump regardless. Crash the pound then buy back for cheaper.
>It's priced in already
Is what retards say who can't think more than one dimensionally
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>>12411094
>>12411058

Sorry, Poe’s Law, I was being sarcastic. Red faced wojak is the most frequently posted image on this board, so know I don’t think any of you are boomers and are probably NEETs in denial.

Still though any advice for a wannabe boomer? I’d like to drink monster while mowing my lawn and talking about the internet being the Wild West.
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>>12411090
Umm, is there any rational reason for betting against a manipulated market? It seems like that there's nothing short of a literal nuclear apocalypse that will stop this bullrun.
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mfw gonna be v comfy hodling my sqqq over this snowy weekend
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>>12411142
Market will always correct itself.
Artificial distortion will only make this correction more painful.
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What's a good way to hedge my short? Gold?
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>>12411189
buy a 3x etf call
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>>12411139
join us. we're waiting

*siiiiiiiiip*
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>>12411198
Any suggestions?
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>>12411170
markets always go up

take the long term view because you only get one life, buy and dont sell
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>>12409332
Hermaphrodites are NOT traps!!
>>12410222
You can just buy a Brazil ETF anon!
>>12411007
SPYD
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>>12409507
This second tweet also didn't age well.
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>>12411007
T Bonds, CDs, DG stock, consumer non-cyclical funds, TIPS.
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What emerging/international markets are worth looking at?
I can only think of Brazil and India at this point
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>>12411239
Brazil, India, and Africa.
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>>12411214
>What is the Nikkei 225
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>>12411239
Africa. We’re gonna have a proxy war with China in the next 10 years.
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>>12411235
The holdings of PSCC gives some good ideas for growth non cyclicals
>>12411246
I'm afraid of investing in the Dark Continent desu
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>>12411044
well I don't care that much but the way things are headed I'd expect things to get far worse as most of the political developments are pointing towards more uncertainty rather than less. Basically, long volatility.
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Fuck all this shit Lets go to the philippines and trade on their fucking market bros
lets go
Ill pick u up tommrow
we go to the airport at 6 am!
pack ur shit!!!!!!!!!!!!

PACK UR FUCKING SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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>Vanguard Recommends Investors Increase Non-U.S. Holdings to 40%
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>>12411239
>>12411285
Yeah that's the article that prompted this question... I wish they gave specific shitholes to consider
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>>12411285
short TSLA
long NIO
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>>12411271
Give into the Dark Lord's temptations, Comfy.
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>>12411272
VFTSE it is. See you in a year with my gains
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>>12411239
mexico
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Canadian weed stocks are going nuts my dudes!
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>>12411239
>Brazil
Bolsonaro is unpredictable, contradictions between his populist ideology and the bureaucrats and military professionals that make up his admin will lead to poor policy making. Even if he becomes pinochet 2 it won't be good for financial markets. Pic related.

>India
Similar situation, Modi can't push reforms through the entrenched bureaucracy and micromanaging is failing so he's turning to more populist rhetoric to compensate. Expect no real or effective industrial policy to materialize.

My money would be on Vietnam and Ethiopia for being China 2.0 over the next two decades. Strong central governments with capital controls and national identity more cohesive than their peers.Of course the capital controls means its harder to invest but you can also research which companies are making the same bet in the west.
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>>12411285
Vanguard is my broker. I'm gonna go ahead and disagree with them.

I feel iffy about the US. I feel quite a bit more pessimistic about everyone else though. Especially Europe.
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>>12411324
woops forgot pic
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>>12411324
I'm considering Indonesia, Vietnam and that Philippines desu
Finding exposure to Ethiopia is difficult
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>>12411345
EZA
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>>12411335
Comparing a democratically elected president to a dictator is intellectually dishonest at best
Are you butthurt because he's privatizing ineffective, corrupt state run companies?
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this guy looks kinda unhealthy, is this priced into $brzu?
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>>12411354
>South Africa is Ethiopia
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>>12411324
>>12411345
>>12411354
what tickers are there in the US for ETFs of these various countires markets? Does that even exist? Does Vietnam even have a national stock market exchange?
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>>12411376
A quick Google search will give you all the tickers fren
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>>12411376
There's ETFs for everything, my guy. Individual stocks are for Boomers.
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>anon didn't buy BAC calls this morning
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>>12411345
Not bad choices.

Apparently Heineken and Diageo are trying to expand into Ethiopia.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-ethiopia-beverages/foreign-brewers-battle-for-ethiopias-beer-drinkers-idUSKBN0MS49820150401

>>12411361
There was an academic article somewhere, it'd take me some time to find it again, but most of the high growth of Pinochet's chile came from the recover of all the crises he caused.

I should also note that he was forced to re-nationalize several mines after those boneheaded Chicago school policies didn't work out.
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>>12411396
uh, I don't know if Warren knows this or not but the yield curve inverted
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>>12411413
I'm not a fan of Pinochet, but the President of Brazil is not Pinochet
I don't understand why you're comparing the two
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>>12411422
the important one hasn't yet

even if it does, the market still rallied 20% for a year the last time it did in 2006-2007
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>>12411436
Because he has no idea what he is talking about in pretty much every context
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>>12411436
Bolsonaro has also repeatedly made admiring comments about a number of other Latin American dictatorships. He praised Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori as a role model for his use of military intervention via self-coup against the judiciary and legislature.[11] In a 1998 interview with Veja magazine, Bolsonaro praised the Chilean dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, and said the Pinochet regime, which killed over 3,000 Chilean citizens, "should have killed more people".[109

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jair_Bolsonaro
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I get why this thing tanked
I finally understand what these guys are doing..
they are avoiding r/s at all costs..
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>>12411436
This is what a lot of the investor optimism boils down to about Bolsenaro, he'll institute these neoliberal policies and private investors will make a fortune as a result, even though those same policies will causes crisis not to far down the road. He himself has repeatedly invoked the legacy of other anti communist dictators, the signal to investors is clear, he'll be on the side of capital not labor.

Regardless, I think even those mid-term hopes will be dashed because he'll be too incompetent to implement a coherent agenda.
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>>12411463
>Chilean citizens
You mean communists and communist sympathisers
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>>12411463
>making edgy comments creates the same policies
You for real bruh
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>>12411465
did you take a picture of your dirty ass monitor then post it

the state of boomers
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>>12411473
Are you seriously implying Pinochet was a neoliberal.
You usually have competent arguments, but come on dude
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>>12411474
Allende's only mistake was not purging the military.

>>12411479
Bolsenaro won't have the same policies, but markets are betting that he will to some extent, hence there will be disappointment on brazil.
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>>12411489
>Not realizing that we're already in the early stages of anarcho capitalism
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>>12411490
FUCK YOU!
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>>12411490
>did you take a picture of your dirty ass monitor then post it
>the state of boomers
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>>12411499
the ultimate goal of arguing communists is to deny that they agree with every brand of communism that exists, because every conceivable implementation of communism is a joke.
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>>12411515
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>>12411499
What? How is that even contestable? He hired Chicago school economists to design his policies. He massively privatized. He put down labor to support capital. Would you prefer I call him fascist? Ok.
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>>12411505
>he won't have the same policies
>but he will
Okay no more politics ITT, but just admit you hate him because he's a right-wing liberal and will compare him to insane dictators to further your communist circle jerk
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>>12411239

State of Brazil
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>>12411465
They have 180 days before being delisted.

https://seekingalpha.com/news/3422455-magnegas-minus-20-percent-registered-direct-offering
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>>12411550
do you think they will make it?
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>>12411537
It's Bolsenaro who's been hyping up his comparisons to people like Pinochet, as well as his fans online. I don't see how you could possibly blame me for this.

That I hate bolsenaro more comes down to the fact that I despise how he embodies the arrogance of the military office corps.
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>>12411544

State of India
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>>12411465
>These are the people giving you advice in /smg/
Is there an /smg/ ETF and how do I buy puts?
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>>12411562
I vomited watching this
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>>12411554
Probably not, I did some DD and it looks like the company is very very very small. Their acquisitions are literally corner shops lol. I checked them on Google Street View, they're stores you and I could have probably bought out. Their financials are absolutely garbage atm. There is also a massive liability in the "other" category on the balance sheet. I couldn't figure out what it was. The company is just far too small to do anything. They also keep fucking with the price of the stock via direct offerings. They restructured in November, I'm assuming it is because of the risk of being delisted. Cool company and idea, but I'm not sure how they pull it off in 180 days.
https://seekingalpha.com/pr/17323729-magnegas-announces-corporate-restructuring-support-anticipated-growth
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>>12411505
I hate how you can be based yet a gommie faggot at the same time.
https://youtu.be/WhT_kA8EtYE

Throwing the baby out with the bathwater because some parts of 'capitalism' is exploitative is dum. Become one with the Austrian's.
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>>12411285
>>12411291
That's odd considering the US is the only nation that's going to "slow down" but end up fine, while the rest of the world appears to be headed for a recession.
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>>12411612
>Become one with the Austrian's.
I don't think anyone here wants a lobotomy. Try asking the coinfags.
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>>12411598
I need your advice grim, I have over 40k shares atm at an average of .23

should I get out now?
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What is /smg/s opinion on IBM?
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>>12411612
>some parts
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New thread
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Need a stock that's less than 15 dollars, need to buy before markets close. What's the bet lids?
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>>12411562
>that curry cannon
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>>12411681
MNGA has a nice set up pattern
get it while its cheap..
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>>12411681
Short BBBY ??
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>>12411648
I can barely manage my own portfolio, I have no idea buddy. I'm sorry, is there a specific reason that you have that many? Can you form a reasonable argument for where you see the company? Can you explain the other liabilities section? I know we meme on Cramer a lot and he made some terrible calls during the recession, but I recall him saying that if you can't form a reasonable argument for owning a stock then you shouldn't own it. Granted you might be speculating and just looking for a trade, on that note I'm even more useless.
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>>12411681
NBR
F
SESN
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Should I sell my amzn
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jew bread when?
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>>12411648
I really don't like the idea of giving advice on /smg/, it's one thing to form an argument or give reasons to be long or short or buy or sell.
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>>12411612
I think you should consider for a moment what it means that capitalism is exploitative beyond the ethical implication.

Consider these facts. Generally speaking it means that the wealth of the capitalist class, all else equal, will increase as the productivity of labor increases, when the working day increases, when workers are paid less. The wealth of the worker increases when workers are paid more, have a shorter work week, but also when the productivity of their labor increases. This is because being able to produce things more efficiently decreases the real price of a good (this is uncontested no matter what theory of value you're using). But this increase in productivity through introducing new labor saving technology, while increasing the capitalist's wealth in absolute terms, also decreases it as the rate of profit. This is because now the capitalist must spend more of their into this technology and capital to remain competitive. Hence we see a secular falling rate of profit, one that encourages risk taking for investors who still have more and more money to invest, thus market valuations and private ownership as a method of economic coordination to behave more irrationally.

Also, praxeology is fucking stupid, you can't pretend to understand economics via purely abstract axioms completely divorced from empirical or historical observations.
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>>12411718
I'm a degenerate gambler that does a line of coke every morning followed by a shot of the cheapest whiskey known to man..
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>>12410583
>>12410583
>>12410583
>>12410583
>>12410583

new thread sorry for shitty OP
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>>12411665
>Some of people are exploited under capitalism therefore all of capitalism has to be exploitative.
No, unlike commies I'm capable of being intellectually honest.
Unironically watch the Hoppe talk about what Marx gets right which I listed above
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>>12411766
please dont shit up the next thread like you always do
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>>12411789
I promise nothing, and deliver even less.
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>>12411766
>Consider these facts
What makes you think I haven't?

>you can't pretend to understand economics via purely abstract axioms completely divorced from empirical or historical observations.
This is the problems with leftists, you never understand what the other side thinks.
If you have any intellectual honesty left you'll watch that talk.
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>>12411798
thanks also your last sentence of your most recent rant invalidates the rant itself
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>>12411815
I can link empirical data if you like anon
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>>12411766
> you can't pretend to understand economics via purely abstract axioms completely divorced from empirical or historical observations.

yet here you are, wanting communism when all the empircal data shows its fucking stupid
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>>12411824
no that's ok
would you reject empirical data backing austrians? just curious because you seem to claim it doesn't exist
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>>12411847
I'm more than willing to discuss the soviet style system on its own terms, but I'm interested in economic development as a whole, which will be quite different from systems designed to catch up the most advanced economic development of the day.

>>12411852
I'll believe it when I see it. I have read plenty of studies put out by right wing think tanks, have support marxist theses anyway, and the rest simply run counter to the actually economic record, hence you'll get autstrian think tanks complaining that chinese capital controls actually hurt China when it was the key to their success.
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>>12411807
I'm 11 minutes in and he's completely misconstrued Marx's argument about exploitation. It is not simply that laborers are paid less than the output prices of the goods made, it's that laborers are not being paid at all in accordance to what their labor produces, rather they're being paid in accordance to the worth of their labor power, which is determined by the costs of the resources required to sustain and reproduce that labor power. If you are a worker you're being exploited not because you're being paid to the value of half of the things you're creating, but because you're for the value of the work abstracted from all of the actual production. The market value for a given amount of work, when skill is not taken into account, isn't the value of the goods that work can produce or half that value or any ratio of that value. It's the value of the things those laborers need to survive.

Hoppe's thesis completely misses the point of Marx's critique, if workers could wait for more money down the line without selling their labor power then we wouldn't have to worry about any of this. The issue is that workers must do something to survive, they must sell their labor power to survive. It's also patently absurd to consider profit as another form of interest on savings. What determines the magnitude of profit is not the amount of time you commit to putting your money into capital, rather it's extent you effectively utilize inputs. It's how long the laborers work for however amount of pay with however much output per hour ect. Hence exploitation is the best description of what's going on. The amount of capital and labor employed, far from Hoppe's suggestion, also isn't restrained by how much the capitalist wants to consume, either. He can take out a loan or get other investors to take part. But what ultimately restrains it is how much output is demanded by the market, and the productivity restraints on capital and labor.
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>>12412153
I see, so in this case you rejected empirical evidence by two pieces of logic

>they are right wing so I dont believe them
>their conclusions dont agree with things I believe so I dont believe them

cool



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