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The Bulls are back in town

>Brokers
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>Live Streams:
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>Bio-pharma Catalyst Calendar:
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https://market24hclock.com/
https://tradingeconomics.com/

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>>48788779
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we just hit the weekend
the markets are closed
i guess i'm a bobo
who's just been exposed
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>the bulls are back in town
Not for long
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Why is Cathie buying up everyone's COIN bags?
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Post your best bobos do we can stock up for Monday.
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>>48789321
The line always goes up nigger, buy those bags and hold them long and hard, give them to your kids when you die so they can hold the bags too
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>>48789321
Because they're going to get hostile'd by someone soon. They have a great and simple to use platform full of retards who pay huge fees for training wheels but zero customer service. At some trader hoes style dick sucking and increase the fees and normies will never stop throwing money at it. The hostile entity is prob just waiting for their value to tank even more before swooping in.
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Is this really the bottom? Nothing has fucking changed in terms of things getting better.
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>>48789540
no way this is the bottom when we still have 150 bps of hikes left at the minimum
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>>48789556
priced in
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>>48789583
lol
lmao
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>>48789556
>>48789583
If the fed does not follow through on more hikes, stocks will ultra-moon.
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Wish I'd had the balls to go all in on SOXL puts.
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>>48789143
Two days until the bloodbath
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>>48789540
>>48789556
sry bros
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FUCK FROG
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/dwyer/bros our time to shine
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>>48790011
>R*ddit is being skeptical
The rallymight continue.
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Wtf am a supposed to do sat and sunday, I have no social life
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market is going to continue this rally next week, r-right guys?
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rough week boys...
make sure not to spend the weekend thinking about money
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>>48790011

red on monday then 2 weeks of green would cause the most pain
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>>48781399
The global population is growing

>>48786344
Green markets it is then
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>>48790107
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>>48790127
no, max pain is to just pump it from here
the majority of people are either short or haven't bought back in yet
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>>48790154
nice
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>>48790011
Why are they like this?
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>>48790231
>i cooka da dog
White women might not be all bad
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wait how do i watch level 2 data?
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>>48788806
I'm considering SOXS being the idiot I am. But I'm afraid of flipping to bearish at the bottom.

>>48788908
>try to find bottom
>get stopped out next day
>repeat
It's nothing interesting. Just me being retarded.
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>>48790123
This man has some impressive tucking skills
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>>48788779
What does this mean? Even with inflation this is pretty solid evidence we are near bottom right.
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>>48790322
She was just pissed she didn't get to fuck the dog before they ate it
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>>48790462
pfft, you haven’t seen nothin yet. we might see the bottom in spring
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>>48790231
is i cooka da pizza supposed to be an insult or something
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>>48790517
spring ends in like a month fucker
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>>48790462
$4.6 trillion in 1999 dollars is $8.1 trillion today. Also tech was a much smaller share of economy back then.
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>>48789448
>>48789458
But aren't we supposed to be doing the opposite of her?
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>fomo'd on sqqq on thursday
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>>48790462
Apple peaked above 3 trillion market cap all by itself. NASDAQ got a lot bigger than it used to be, and covid didn't hit tech as hard as it hit everything else.
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>>48790541
Yo, yo, yo you can't just make fun of a group of people's culture like that. Some people cook pizza others cook dogs.
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>>48790634
Are you me
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>>48790462
are those numbers scaled for inflation?
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are we shorting twitter because elon is renegging his offer if they can't prove that less than 5% of accounts are bots
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>>48790107
>>48790154
>>48790230
>>48790011
Yeah...I'm thinkin we're back bull bros....
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So /smg/bros are you winning?

I'd say not really. I expect Friday to be only a temporary relief. Still a bull, but road will be full of more DESPAIR before we get to good times again.

p.s. Yotsuba best girl
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>>48790729
i was down 11% on the worst day, but went up 7.5% today. mainly due to oil keeping my portfolio green. i think the fed running of its balance sheet could be the last evil spell bobo bear could cast on us
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>>48790685
No, 2000 is around 12 to 7. Does that change anything.
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>>48790729
I win some i can't get some,
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Buy WLUNA niggers
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>>48790544
NEXT SPRING
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>>48790729
>So /smg/bros are you winning?
No, not at all
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>>48790462
>Global financial crisis
2008? That's not really specific. Every weekday in this thread is a global financial crisis.
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>passively watching crypto to see how it's working out
>finally start to invest a little bit here and there. start small because don't want to get in too deep because of gambler fallacy
>slack off a few days
>crypto gets nuked from orbit
What the fuck even happened?
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>>48790729
No I'm down like over 50%...
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>>48790780
https://www.bls.gov/data/inflation_calculator.htm
officially $1 in 2000 makes $1.71 now so dot-com would be $7.88 trillion, but those are just official numbers so should be quite higher than that
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It's time to round up some bears.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0bAacozxEY
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so many /smg/ millionaires are about to get printed in the next few months. it will be nice to see
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>>48790913
>He bought
Really though I have no clue, but I’m enjoying the stories on Reddit of people attempting suicide. I was somewhat interested in crypto before noticing the biggest idiots I know were going all in on mining rigs and taking personal loans to buy. When everyone is talking about it as a get rich quick plan it’s time to leave. I’ve have still not heard a solid explanation of what supports the value of bitcoin besides mass acceptance. Someone tried to convince me the money spent on electricity to mine gives it value.
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>>48790913
its a risk asset, during fiscal tightening people pull out because it is an unproductive asset like gold and people need some kind of yield, the cost of capital is more expensive, meaning the most frothiest of assets get hit. clearly its not an inflation hedge. Unfortunately broader adoption of crypto means its correlated to global markets flow, and we're getting heemed
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>>48791009
How so?
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>>48790462
>>48790517
>>48790544
>>48790858
>>48790570
>>48790660
>>48790685
>>48790780
>>48790969
>>48790889
Here's the NASDAQ to Dow ratio over the last several decades. It's still a long way down.
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>>48791068
why this ratio in particular? why not s&p
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>>48790729
It’s bad bro
Wageslavery poverty loneliness starvation future looks bad
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>>48791091
It's just what I could find online. But yeah, I would like to see S&P too.
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B U L L R U N
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>>48791066
throw 10k into soxl and 10k into soxs. I don't know if we're going up or down but we're guaranteed to massively swing in one way or the other with no brakes. One of your positions will be worth zero and the other millions
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>>48791066
lots of money made on the way down and pretty good signals we've bottomed (barring another unforseen event). Just pivot and buy and *hopefully* many here will make a killing,
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>>48791068
Why does that mean anything?
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>>48791148
It's way above its historical average and into dotcom territory.
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>>48790462
>bottom
growth are all between -50% and -70% and profitable ones like aapl, msft around -25%... on thursday selloff the spy was at bear market territory at around 385 where we bounced off the resistance. I'm confident we hit at least a bottom for now because even though we had bad news from jpow on friday again we still went higher + rally was not sold off + we closed above 400.. next week we test 410, my meme lines tell me we go to around 420 / 425 and then we'll see.. I assume we go straight down from there to test 385 / 380 again. if you checked the sectors last week you saw that biotech and software sector were green on the selloff days.. this shows me the algos were already rotating back in to the ones they shot first... also I heard from my chinese co-worker the lockdown is backfiring on the CCP because people getting mad, I wouldn't bet on it but if some lockdown easing news in the next weeks arrive then we'll see a bigger bull rally because global inflation will get down if supply chains are getting better. also ledditors still doom posting is a buy signal
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>N-no this is for real the b-bullrun bro
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>>48791125
I'm waiting for SOXL to be above 45 before I get into SOXS, or mid June whichever is first.
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>>48791033
Value of everything is just mass acceptance. There is no exception. Bitcoin also offers a real valuable service as a independent unit of currency. Even with this crash it would of been a great investment for people living in 12 of the highest inflated economy. Bitcoins the real deal, the issue is what’s the value of something that provides a service to techno doomers and the worlds poorest. Sure as fuck isnt 70k, or 30k.
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>>48791168
>bad news from jpow on friday again
What did I miss?
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Hope you bought your puts for next week
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>>48791166
Okay. Why does that mean anything though?
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>>48791068
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>>48791166
but could this just mean the dji is archaic and american companies are tech heavy?
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>>48791068
Looking at the grey areas compared to the chart, I don’t see a pattern?
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>>48791194
Reversion to the mean.
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>>48791190
Ur blue lines are pretty
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>>48791214
You're not answering his question. Do you understand its significance or are you just posting shit and pretending you get it?
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>>48791202
now this is the kind of analysis i come to smg for
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>>48791130
>>48791168
Hypothetically if the Fed actually keeps their 6-7 hikes this year will the market still go up?
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Threadly reminder that :
Bobo had his time, the bottom was yesterday, we're going back up now, the NASDAQ corrected 25 percent, The Dow 12%, the SPX 16%. This will be good enough for the Fed to keep its end up in taming inflation, the rest is up to Brandon and producers. Kaplan(?) said it was the producers fault for not making enough cheap, plentiful goods for inflation, forcing the Fed to give us 2 big rate hikes and a balance sheet taper. Its going to be green again because the economy needs to keep going, shortages must be filled for inflation to go down. Bobo's only retort to this is Jerome Powell stating that "There has to be some pain" or whatever, but Jpow is a flip flopping nigger with no credibility, and that's a vague statement that could mean the opposite, inflation lingering to keep production going.
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>>48791168
I’m feeling that too. I have 400k put aside for shroom stocks and Russian mining stocks. Wondering how to buy in.
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>>48791190
>green id
That's me now fuck off
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>>48791254
yes but, inflation being too high might cause the fed to have to hike too much and cause a recession, which means earnings go down, and we get heemed. this is why we're red
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>>48790761
That's a big dip tho. Also cryptotards could blow the fuck up more, war can escalate, and who knows what other bill hwangs are gonna blow up.

>>48790869
At least you didn't blow up

>>48790930
I don't even know how many % I'm down anymore. I just know I'm down a good 300k or maybe even more.

>>48791099
>Wageslavery poverty loneliness starvation future looks bad
I know that feel except I've been waging throughout the pandemic too.
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>>48791274
You only strengthen their resolve when you taunt them like that.
The former NY Fed President is calling for 5 or 6% now.
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>>48791313
I trust the Fed to hike us into a recession desu.
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Take a look at this chart. Someone overlap it with the chart I'm about to post. We're still waiting for "bull trap" (just started) and I think we've got "return to normal". That's my gut feeling.
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>>48791209
>>48791245
The graph seems to show that the NASDAQ outpaced the rest of the market most strongly during bubbles or mass money printing (probably also a bubble).

>>48791212
They're recessions.
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>>48790913
Like Buffett said. Crypto literally produces nothing.

Also it's near impossible to pick out the winners prior to the bubble bursting completely.
Do you think you'd really be able to pick amazon the book site out of the 9999999999 retarded .com sites? I think most can't.
Crypto is arguably worse since you don't even know what the networks are doing. Their main gripe is that "we have so smart people are doing cool shit" but show literally 0 results.
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>>48791352
we are somewhere here
melt up inc
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>>48791352

It looks like there was a very tiny return to normal but I don't think that was the right one. I think we're in Bull trap and headed for return to normal. Right now I'm holding $200,000 of SQQQ I bought at the beginning of the week. If I see the correct return to normal and bull trap, I would like to load up on another $300,000 worth of SQQQ
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>>48790716
Not how the terms of agreement work especially since Musk has publicly been talking about the bot problem for years. Likely because he is partly responsible for it.
Musk just wanted a smokescreen to sell more shares. The added bonus was supposed to be a SolarCity of TWTR on his dipshit fans.
There are two likely outcomes. One, he tries to become so toxic that TWTR allows him to end the deal (and thus he is able to sell TSLA shares with only a 1B "tax). Or two, he drags this into court for years.
By the way, the odds he does this exact same thing with UBER are like 50/50 at this point. Papa got more shares to sell.
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>>48791186
basically said 75bps is not off the table, he admitted he fucked it up by not hiking sooner and admitted that he can't do a soft landing

>>48791293
you obviously take some blue chips like goog,msft,aapl,amzn and average down if they go lower, but DO NOT over commit now,.. they are the ones who will lead us into bull market again after all the inflation shit is said and done
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>>48791412
yikes
enjoy becoming our fuel for the melt up i guess
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>>48791408
I'm expecting a lot of inflation because how in the world can they fight 10 to 15% of inflation by raising rates to three or four percent. They can't raise them any higher than that.. there's 30 trillion of national debt. So thinking big stock market crash coming up, then 10 years of 10% inflation with that melt up youre talking about
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>>48777777
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>>48789458
That is an unbelievably SMUG bobo!
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>>48791439
idc what happens in the world
chart says up - we go up (a lot up! you'll see)
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>>48791446
>lunafag gets digits
Bearish
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>>48791412
Ballsy. To me it just seems like a coin flip right now. 50% odds it drops 20%, 50% odds it’s up 8%. I guess the payoffs better but still.
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>>48791412
"Return to normal" was the recovery we had after January lows.

>>48791430
>basically said 75bps is not off the table, he admitted he fucked it up by not hiking sooner and admitted that he can't do a soft landing
Fuck.

>>48791432
>the most bullish thing about the market right now is people hoping for one last irrational pump devoid of fundamentals before a huge crash
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>>48791446 Best numbers I've ever seen on here. Crypto is the Ponzi flavor of our generation and it's going to be a bloodbath pretty soon
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Update, I didn't sleep with her. We got unreasonably high and then both realized we are too old for that shit and ended the night. Kind of refreshing. She made an initial attempt but I couldn't do it. Not for lack of trying either, there was just no attraction at all. If it was scoopsies it would be a totally different story. But I'm glad I didn't drink toouch and came to my senses.
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we will see a bunch of flash crashes next week
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>>48791513
Investor sentiment is the most bearish it has ever been. I think that is kind of overblown. Things aren't really as bad as most believe. It's not great, but it's not THE MOST AWFUL FINANCIAL SITUATION EVER. I think a 2018 repeat is a bit more likely than a 2008.
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>>48791412
SOXL looks like it's at the return to mean.
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>>48790164

id be fine with that too. thought maybe a crab day with a small dip of like 30 points or something would be funnier so then the reddit crowd will be like "see I knew it dead cat bounce, bought puts for this week" for upvotes before the real rocket on tuesday.
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>>48791650
The risk is that if this is really the Fed bubble popping because of inflation preventing them from intervening in the markets again, that's like an unprecedented and unbelievably apocalyptic scenario that would bring us back down to 2008 lows.
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what's a good inexpensive vacation spot this time of the year?
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>>48791713
Utah is pretty.
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>>48791713
south east asia
could do it for less than 1 AMZN
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TQQQ bros..

Can the crypto car crash realistically harm us?
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>>48791768

no unless it's so big btc hits near 0 or something. It will probably get bought again if it trends back down in the low 20ks
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>>48791412
Please don’t use this meme drawing for financial decisions
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>>48791168
>even though we had bad news from jpow on friday again we still went higher
Yeah it’s fake out. The same shit happened after the FOMC meeting then we tanked the very next day. When you hear bad news and the market pumps, that means it’s a bullshit pump. It’s not that hard to figure out
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>>48790716
I wouldn't be surprised if it's more than 25% that are bots. Does anyone here remember the CCP bots that were autoreplying the same thing to everyone who asked any bugman citizen about the current state of Wuhan in early 2020?
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>>48791830
well the news came during market hours and it didn't tank.
here's my take: if we stay green on monday I'm confident we were oversold an hit a near term bottom because bad news and no selloff = good
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>>48791713
Summer? If you want to go to a nice vacation resort spot
>Thailand
>Philippines
>Mexico
>Indonesia
>Brazil
>Chile

The are nice, I've been to all of them except Indonesia, but people tell me it's just a shittier Thailand.
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>>48791713
Your living room
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>>48791924
Bad news and no selloff = fake prices. Trust me, on Monday suddenly everyone will unanimously decide that shit is bad again, because it is. What we most like saw on Friday was just some short covering and now the cycle will repeat. This shit isn’t over until we hit March 2020 levels
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>>48791713
My place,all you gotta bring is alcohol an steak
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>>48791946
How is Brasil? Ive been really wanting to go there. I really like the country but it's one of the few that I'd want to go to a resort for because it seems so dangerous.
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>>48792011
I hope so. I still need it to dip like 15% more until I acheived my desired allocation.
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>>48791946
I feel like I would get mugged at any of those places...
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I'm an idiot, I opened a 3x leveraged short on COIN on Thursday and COIN reverses it's downwards trend. Now it's looking like it will be back up to $100 before it goes below $50.
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>>48792417
cathie bought it, youll be okay lol
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>>48792245
Brazil is fine if you want to act like a drunken degenerate with your bros.

>>48792314
FYI if you're getting mugged it's probably not at a resort. Any place that specializes in hospitality will treat you well, and just because a country is rich doesn't mean you're safe. There are crooks and bastards in every big city, especially by airports. In places like Mexico thieves that prey on tourists might get beheaded by Cartel members who invested in the resorts.

Tourist death trap places like Paris or Vienna are more likely to squeeze your money away. When I went to Barcelona my friend had found out one of the bars charged him for 80 euros a drink, and the ATM has some crazy like 30% fee on withdrawals.
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>>48789540
>>48789540
bottom for value stocks, probably

bottom for overvalued meme shit, no

sell naked puts (on margin) on DIVO/SCHD and SARK/UVXY and be stay happy whatever the markets go
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>>48791623
this happened a lot of times in 2021, /GME/ used to say it was a sign the squeeze was coming
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>>48791768
other way around.

Tech crashing is crashing crypto

Also, if you hold leveraged tech shit, you are basically a redditor

Long value, short crap
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>>48791429
ya ok apparently i know absolutely nothing about the musk twitter shit cus what
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>>48792558
>Also, if you hold leveraged tech shit, you are basically a redditor
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>>48792558
Apple, Microsoft and Google are extremely profitable, and hold enormous cash loads

Most so-called “value” are highly indebted, with volatile earnings over time
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>>48791713
Detroit
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>>48790231
It's true. It really eats up Chinese Americans knowing how fucked up the mainlanders are.
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can someone refute this
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>>48790913
Powell did it again.
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>>48793697
so every friday that closed green will lead to a black monday? is that your reasoning?
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SQQQ is at $50 right now, let's say there is a recession and SPY tanks which will result in SQQQ going arabolic going to $1k+. That is 20x ROI profit so wouldn't it be a smart idea to go all into SQQQ and wait out the recession as it is coming withing the next two years.
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>>48793787
after weeks of red, obviously during a big downturn in the market
Friday 26 September 2008 closed green
and closing green gives a (false in this case) positive sentiment, sense of security, as during weekends there may be events that would suggest a red monday
like during corona, ukraine
and if big money stays with their positions over the weekend it gives false sense of security
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>>48793697
Past performance does not indicate future results
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>>48793934
and the false sense of security drags dumb money back in
>>48793945
but it doesn't mean it can't happen
and there are many expecting a crash so it does seem like a reasonable time to crash after dragging dumb money back in
we'll see
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I was going to open an FTX account and put 40$ in luna last night at 0.00004. I got lazy and didn't do it. They would be worth 300$ by now. Should I make the sin?
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>>48790462
it means that humanities grads are only good for sweeping floors
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>>48794096
a crash never happens expected and looking at how controlled the selloff was so far and vix relative stable at around 30-33 you'll not see a crash any time soon
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would UVXY or SQQQ be better for the heckin crasherinos?
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>>48794264
You can still dump on low volume so SQQQ.
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-05-14/india-says-wheat-exports-prohibited-with-immediate-effect

WHEAT
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What's the fastest way to lose $10k?
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>>48794402
Become a CFD chad like me and BILL HWANG
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>>48790660
>NASDAQ got a lot bigger than it used to be
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>>48794402
0DTE OTM opinions if you're willing to wait a day.
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>>48794649
>you got greedy, Martin
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>>48794649
kek
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Nigger, my TA tells me are in a KOT market
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morning cuks
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The melt up is happening right now in some meme token Reddit hung themselves over
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If crypto follows the stock market then you can follow what crypto is doing over the weekend to see how the market reacts when it reopens on Monday
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>>48795131
i feel crypto is being lead on a leash by the stock market.
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>>48795131
Stock market leads crypto

Bitcoin follows NASDUMP NIGGER
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>>48795131
>>48795250
The point is that BTC is a risk on asset, if it's dumping over the weekend then Nasdaq is probably fucked on Monday.
In any case the chart for the last 6 months on both looks close enough.
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>>48794706
sauce on pic pls
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>>48795383
>>48795250
>>48795131
It would be trivial to pull up the BTC movement during the last X weekends and see if it matches to the NDX open, but no one here is going to put that much effort into making money.
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>>48795383
>>48795463
I don't know nor do I care. Crypto depends on the atock market. If we dump, these niggers will dump with us. Im just pissed ftx hasn't verified my account and missed on a 10x
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>>48795651
>I don't know nor do I care
This attitude is why you missed on the 10x. Not because the platforms are too slow.
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So uh, explain to me why I shouldn't just buy into high volume stocks within ~10% of their support for guaranteed gains?
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>>48794365
Do not worry my bastard please this is false alarm we redeem shipments shortly
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my daily routines are watching my indian mentors videos
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you SOLD the dip?
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Are Bobos going to be okay?
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>>48796093
where is the new chapter and why the fuck is it so hard to find trasnlated chapters online for this, i can't even find the translated chapters i already read
cant remember what site i used
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>>48793697
>can someone refute this
Yes, easily.
The mega dump you see in 2008 didn't happen because the chart pattern and some mystic prophecy. That dump happen because the Lame Brothers bank was going bust and everyone shit the bed and panic sold to get out not knowing how it would play out across the financial system & the collateral damage. That could really have been a worst ever event for the market, but was stopped with the Fed and the dawn of QE era.
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>>48796093
i found it and im not sure i want to read to the end of the chapter

thi is painful
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>>48795463
BTC is always flat over the weekend.
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>>48796230
here - just add it to favorites or something: https://nyaa.si/?f=0&c=0_0&q=fx+senshi

the last chapter uploaded was 13 - we're still waiting for 14 raws
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>>48796460
Source?
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>>48795131
low volume in weekend crypto markets is almost always irrelevant and btc practically shadows spx during trading hours
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>>48796513
for some reason it just never occurred to me to search up nyaa for a manga chapter
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>>48796520
fx fighter kurumi-chan
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>>48789592
Look at the 2 yr. The debt market has priced in more hikes than they can actually go ahead with. This is the bottom.

I just lurked gme for 5 minutes b4 I realised I wasn't on SMG. There's a heap of links to Reddit and newfags that can't even link to posts. Wadda shitshow
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>>48788779
>fell to nearly 16% all time throughout the week
>check portfolio this fine saturday morning
>recovered to almost 10%
You just need to ride out the storm bros.
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>made $260 off of 100 with luna shenanigans
gg ez
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>>48796464
Btc always dumps over the weekend and pumps midweek. Every time. It's easy money. Look at a chart
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>>48797327
nice.
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test
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>>48798020
>****
Wut?
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hey, if it makes you guys feel any better, CRBP is now worth $0.21 per share.
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>BTC dumping

uhhh
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Monday is a Form 13F deadline.
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>>48798057
Dunno probably a bot. Never seen someone post **** b4

>>48798448
Tldr me? I want to buy chainlink today
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>>48798491
Form 13F is a quarterly report where hedge funds have to tell us what they bought.
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>my normie friend texted me this morning asking which stocks to buy
>said he's lost a ton of money so far but he knows now is the time to buy
Biggest bear signal I've ever seen in my life. Normies still think this is a dip
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>>48798434
people cashing out perhaps so they dont get luna'd
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>>48798607
Can confirm I'm like full from the Simpsons and I'm about to go all in though I told myself I'd only take weekly sips of this dip
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>>48798775
Gill* I'm also an autocorrect fonepoasting retardfag
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>futures
looks like the bear market rally is confirmed, too bad I was too much of a pussy to flip entirely
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>>48798020
Welcome back.
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If you don't think next week will be period blood red all week I don't know what to tell you. And this is coming from someone who is still a novice in anything stocks related and even I can see this coming from a mile away.
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>>48798828
It's a saturday you idiot
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>>48798868
Everything is going to pop up big all next week.
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50bps isn't sustainable so we're likely to see a slight bounce from here followed by more selling pressure as investors consider the very real likeliness of an increase to 75. So far we've mostly just seen risk-off so investors can monitor how things develop in terms of economic slowdown.

Outside of the US economy, the rest of the global markets are basically fucked. The Chinksect is on the brink of collapse as it can barely function with the Wuhanflu and struggles with its own economic issues. Europe is also leading straight into a recession. Naturally both instances will impact the US economy as a result.

I'm pretty cautious of loading up here since we're certainly at a level of support but so far all we've really seen is some de-risking. I think we'll go lower for sure and it'll be wiser to hold that cash for much lower prices.
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Watching the trapped bears try to cope is hilarious.
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>>48793916
Yes, but SQQQ will go to $15 in 2 years before it goes up to $100 or $150.

This is exactly how I won in the corona crash, I was shorting and losing money for years beforehand. Like 500k in 2015 to 150k in 2020 with 100k+ in additional deposits. Luckily my last ditch for a huge return I was shorting oil when corona virus dropped.
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>>48798931
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>>48795707
Because they all dumped 15% from their support levels last month
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>>48791274
QT starts in June retard
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why is there so much bear porn on the interweb
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>>48793916
>SPY
>>48793916
>SQQQ
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is a global famine bullish or bearish?
https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/14/india-blocks-all-wheat-exports-with-immediate-effect.html
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>>48799162
Bullish for wheat, orange juice, and leanhogs physical futures contracts
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How many normies have you seen talking about the stock market crash in your day to day life?
I haven't seen any really. It feels very limited to my sphere of people interested in finance. For this reason, I feel that we are not anywhere close to the bottom. The bottom will come when you tell someone you trade stocks for a living and they say "Oooo ouch.. I'm sorry to hear that" or when the cashier at the gas station says something to you about the market crash
We are nowhere close
There will be a lot of bear market rallies, it will be a great swing traders market. This is not a holders market. This is not an invest your nest egg market
The S&P500 still hasn't even fallen 20%, we are maybe halfway there
Market bottom weeks prior to November 8th US midterm election or September 25 end of Shemitah year + 'Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur' Yom Kippur = Wednesday October 5
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>>48799378
This time is never different. 1929, 1987, Lehman weekend in 08 all occurred in the fall. And it just so happens the Fed will be ramping up QT in August. Global liquidity freeze
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>>48799378
im not good enough to time the market. im just gonna keep buying AMD on the way down and hold, if it takes a couple of years then so be it but i'll be able to keep scaling in and out over that time so it's not a big deal. already got done selling my $85 stock at $95 twice already and i'll buy it back again if it drops to $85 again.
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The hooms are being redeemed.
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should i sell my semiconductor bags and buy more oil next week?
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>futes
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>>48799655
lmao landtards getting btfo
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>>48799162
Niggers and other third worlders will suffer most from global food shortages, so you tell me.
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The absolute state of these delusional bullfaggots. Top is in, hope you bought your puts friday
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>>48790487
White girls fuck dogs
Ask girls eat dogs
Black and Latina girls ??? dogs
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>>48800066
I did. I regret buying some on Thursday. They were so cheap Friday by comparison
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anyone else cant stop crying?
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>>48800314
Why are you crying
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>BTC still dropping in price on saturday
It‘s going to be a blood red week for the Nasdaq.
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>>48788779
jannnu
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Hello gentlemen, hello long term investors, hello to the classiest men on this board. How are you doing this fine Saturday?
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>>48800398
do you think BTC is pulling the NASDAQ down or vice versa?
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>>48800398
dunno i think its just panic in the crypto bearmarket
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>>48800370

im ruined
why god did this?
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>>48793945
>Past performance does not indicate future results
this is a funny saying because everyone knows and repeats it, but nobody really believes it - we all take a peek at the chart before trading

>>48800485
thats pretty bad compared to fang, both in amount and in working conditions..
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>>48800398
No shit Sherlock. There isn’t a single piece of good news on the horizon, and we can possibly get more bad news if China locks down Beijing or Russia escalates in Ukraine
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i just came back from prison after 2.5 months and what the fuck happened?
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>>48800795
its over
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>>48800795
apparently the Fed sometimes shut down the money printing machine
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>>48788779
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eI7S1PxiLk
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>>48800629
god?
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>>48791429
Yeah this chink bitch Musk will claim twitter committed fraud claiming only 5% bots hilariously force the SEC to fuck twitter . Asshole musk knew a recession was coming and tweeted it months ago he just wanted to sell
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good morning friends
please send me your funniest mannarino face, gonna make a funny OC
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So is DWAC a buy now or what?
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>>48800943
as someone who has worked in film lighting for 20 years, i'm legit impressed by how bad he's able to light himself. it's almost like he's trying to look sick.
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>>48801047
based gaffer and/or spark
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>>48800984
long term it's going to zero
short term, maybe, if Trump shows up on the news you'll get a pump
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>>48799162
It’s obviously bullish. Everything bad that happens is bullish
>inflation 100%
Bullish
>NYSE gets nuked
Bullish
>jpow says it’s over
Bullish
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>>48788779
is there a smg discord or whatsapp group ?
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>>48801252
faggot
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>BTC continues to bleed
I dont think thats a good sign bros
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>>48801406
It’ll be fine. My TQQQ calls are gonna print so hard this week.
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>>48801252
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>>48799162
Unironically bullish. Famine means increasing food prices due to increased demand. Bullish as fuck for farmers.
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>>48801252
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>>48801406
No it's a great sign. Just think of all the zoomers losing everything right now who'll soon be forced back into the wage cage.
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the other shitty news is that china apparently isn't anywhere near opening up again. if anything, the restrictions are getting worse.
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>>48800831
>>48801406
>>48801630
The bottom is in, what I get on google
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>>48801736
it's only getting worse over there; anyone that falls for the chinese GDP meme deserves to get rekt too, it's all fake bullshit

you can rush out a bridge for no real reason somewhere and it counts to GDP sure, but it doesn't mean that money spent wasn't wasted nor is there financial collapse in every other industry
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>>48800370
thingken bout lyfe
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>>48801736
So they're going to do this forever? This is just life now?
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SPX is the comfiest hold ever
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>>48801744
How low though...
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>>48801885
Yeah, I just read their third largest real estate developer went bankrupt the other day too. It's bad over there, and, there is no way that doesn't effect us.

>>48801983
Enforcing the zero covid strategy is seen as proof of ideological fitness over there now, it's crazy. They're going to destroy their cities economies to prove to the CCP that they're on board with the party.
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>Some of you are alright. Don’t put your money into the market on Monday
Circuit breakers on Monday, watch the premarket where everything was was bid up on Friday into close will be lower than open Friday. You’ve been warned /smg/
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So if we annualize the Q1 profit for Forza Petroleum, do they really have a P/E ratio of ~1.4?
That seems pretty good
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>>48801406
why? it's a pretty shitty asset for the price to be honest. What kind of leverage can you get out of a 1btc position vs. what a similar size stock position will give you? Can you write yourself into negative cost basis with bitcoin?
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>>48799807
>it's the fucking catalina wine futures
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>>48802419
Sorry anon I have only green candles right now. They stopped making circuit breakers a long time ago
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>>48801252
it's been tried. doesn't work. shills, bots, pajeets, scams, its just not worth it. we stay anonymous for a reason
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>>48802362
china's economy is basically a hologram: you see something there but the reality is nothing actually is there

their method of "staying ahead" of the rest of the world is entirely reliant on the production of literally everything, so they use taxpayer money and print their own money to fund endless creations that in the end serve no real benefits or use to anyone, but on paper add to gdp; this is evident in housing where they build and build but much of the homes don't even sell, the companies run off with the money in many cases and production collapses before developments are actually finished too

then there's the fact that china's endless building means they're destroying their own land and resources to the point where they're depending on other nations (you hardly hear of this however); you can see it in russia where china has completely devoured much of russia's remote landscapes both legally and illegally; the chinksect has destroyed so much of their own country that they now are entering others to destroy those too

again, also evident in africa where china's throwing a ton of money as of late, because they can turn the people into chink commie worker drones under the ccp as they fund schooling and "growth" for communities, while actually just stealing from them
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>>48802362
>>48802640
here's a bloomberg piece on how a lot of the chinksects lockdown fuckery is already impacting multiple industries in the west: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-05-14/china-lockdowns-create-supply-chain-chaos-from-apple-to-tesla?srnd=premium-asia
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>>48802640
China is fucking based for all of this though desu. And no one says shit about it either. Fucking slope head chads.
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>>48802640
Yeah but the thing China doesn’t understand about afrucka is dem niggaz ain’t ever going to honor the agreements with China... They’re basically doing what nigs do in America when they get some credit and tell the bill collateral to fuck off and quit answering the phone. It’s already happening in some countries where China is claiming their natural resources as collateral for loans and they’re telling China to fuck off
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>>48800555
neither, they're just both a reflection of risk appetite
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>>48802754
based africans
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>>48802362
thats why you just buy american.
>>48802419
But I bought NVDA, AMD, and BX thursday anon.
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>>48802732
>commie chinks
>based
no
>>48802754
>the thing China doesn’t understand about afrucka is dem niggaz ain’t ever going to honor the agreements with China
you fail to understand the chink way of gaining power: they infiltrate land with investments but what they're actually doing is slowly building dependence and forcing a mentality into the location's people

if china funds schools, you know full well that those schools are going to be teaching chinese approved subjects and amplifying their communist mindset; people think the chinks are "anti-globohomo" but the reality is they're max globohomo

they don't care what skin colour or "religion" you are as long as you 100% devote yourself to the communist party and don't accept anything other, the whole situation in Xinjiang with muslims being sent to camps shows that the purpose is so remove the concepts religion has placed into their minds of freedom and ways of thinking, and replacing it with full devotion to the ccp

by infiltrating africa in the same way, they get africa's resources while slowly turning the people into a dependent nation on china's way of life, while ALSO getting much closer to europe's economy geographically
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>>48802486
I was wondering what happened to Corey Feldman.
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>>48802918
>no the chinkazoids are not based!!!
As long as they get away with the shit they pull while every other country cowers like a bitch from saying much less doing anything, then yes they will be based.
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>>48803043
they aren't getting away with anything though, they're slowly killing themselves out in the open while weirdly still trying to convince everyone watching that everything is not just fine, but better than ever; which is pretty much what we're talking about here
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>>48803106
>>48803106
>they're slowly killing themselves out in the open while weirdly still trying to convince everyone watching that everything is not just fine, but better than ever;
That describes practically every country in the world right now champ. Fake it till you make it.
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>>48803219
definitely not to the same degree, china's economy has been inflated and faked for the last two decades, with the last decade being extra retarded in particular

other countries have seen a lot of growth and inflated quite a bit, but aren't literally building a bridge in the middle of nowhere that nobody will use just to prop up GDP; other countries also don't build cities with homes that don't even finish production or get sold in the end just to prop up GDP, the west at least attempts to create something that gets sold and it's why in comparison other countries have smaller GDP
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>>48802918
China has deeply miscalculated afrucka. They were a 3rd world shit hole while the entire world was trying to help modernize afrucka and it failed miserably. China wasn’t involved with any of that while Mao was acting like a retard. China is the definition of a paper tiger. China has been used as the NWO testing ground and was propped up by the world but the world is slowly letting the air out of China. More companies are moving their production facilities out of China but it’s not something that happens overnight.

Something like 3% of the global money supply passes through China. China can get its economic dick knocked in the dirt relatively quickly and Xi knows this.
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Happy day. We didn't overspend at the grocery store this morning and got the final C.C payment scheduled for monday.. Zero C.C debt now. 8% raise on tap for July with another raise (12%, maybe) on tap for next year. Good times are rolling again baby..
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>>48803043
they are just bug-people, watching their society collapse with their war on sparrows 2.0 is actually one of the few things I look forward to these days.
>>48803219
the difference between the USA and china is that the USA could easily revolt if shit goes to far. where as the chinese have no way to push back their own government.
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>>48802918
Niggers, on average, arent even capable of reading anon. You must know this?
They are mostly MENTALLY RETARDED.
CCP would be wasting time teaching shit, not how Africans biologically work
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>>48803433
watch 'empire of dust' for the real brownpill
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>>48803513
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>>48803365
>>48803433
they aren't interested in modernising it though, they just want the resources and to ensure the people turn into slaves that praise the ccp while the ccp steals those resources from them; much like mainland china where most of the country is poor as fuck barely with electricity and running water
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>>48802420
tfw nobody cares about my shitty oil penny stocks
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>>48788779
Stock market?
Forget that, we need to stock the basement with our garden's products.
And hopefuoly we have enough shells to harvest a few deer.
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>>48803602
>penny stocks
they've been getting cucked for well over a year now; that is not going to change as inflation sets in and fucks over growth more and more

there might be a bump up in the few that are already profitable and will manage to fight inflation, but most penny stocks are already bleeding capital and can barely survive even in bull markets
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Baking
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>>48803666
Most of the ones I shilled have done alright
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20 min no poster? wtf
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I think a lot of people thought they could quit working after they made 100k in crypto or stocks. I would bet that the fed talks about this during their closed door meetings. It's in the interest of the economy to crash the stock market.
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>>48802362
>Enforcing the zero covid strategy is seen as proof of ideological fitness over there now, it's crazy.
I read that it's a power struggle between Xi's faction and the faction in Shanghai. As the country has gotten richer, businessmen and party insiders have started mixing and the CCP/Xi have been cracking down to keep capitalist ideas away, especially from CCP insiders.
It's just so stupid, the USA and Switzerland are the best places to invest probably not because of some genius, but simply because they're the only countries that can be relied on to NOT shoot themselves in the foot to spite the billionaires/capitalists/foreign investors/etc.
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>>48804438
/smg/ is kirr
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>>48804453
That's ok, I can make money on the way down as well FED
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>>48804542
>>48804542
>>48804542
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>>48804553
way too early for a Saturday morning
and you didn’t include links
and your image is shit
you are a newfag aren’t you?



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