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28 July 2021
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The Tell: Think this is a ‘weird market’ right now? Here’s more proof

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21/07/2021 - 23:16

To market veterans, talk of a stock-market “bottom” after a mere 3% pullback sounds odd, but that's the sort of world investors live in right now, says one chart watcher.


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    Hello all, have invested a total of $17,000 into the stock market from the beginning of January 2020 until now. At the start of GME movement I was at $31,000. After GME was over I finished with a total of $84,000 and felt depressed because I could've sold when it was $105,000 but I was greedy. Not only that, but soon after I spent $10,000 on a very stupid AMC play. Then a very stupid play (Lucid) which I will not mention that got me down to $66,000. With that $66,000. I have $20,000 sitting in NIO and $10,000 in ARKF. I've been feeling like a piece of crap for not having made more out of these trades but then I have to realize I went from a total of $17,000 invested total to $66,000 and that's not so bad, but shit I feel so WEIRD. Mind you I make only $29,000 salary after tax right now so it would've meant so much to cash out at $105,000. This is all tax free account for those concerned   submitted by   /u/saadbruh [link]   [comments]
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  49. Why is oracle down so much? (17/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I find it weird that Oracle has dropped from $85 to $76 in just a few days. The fall accelerated when positive earnings came in. The company is growing into the cloud at more than a modest rate. I am a market novice but skilled professional who is trying to play a more active role managing my 401k. It looks like i am missing a piece of the picture. I am trying to educate myself and understand the nuances. Would someone please let me know where i am going wrong, if i am going wrong with my assessment?If anyone has any additional information on what i need to be focusing on when picking stocks, i would appreciate it. Goals: 80% long term (1-5 years) 20% short term (3 days to a year) Thanks   submitted by   /u/Budget-Clothes-7270 [link]   [comments]
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