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19 September 2021
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Who wants to make money this Week? Buy ILUS, they will Up List to NASDAQ , they will have a Stock Reduction Restructure, They Will Aquire 10 new profitable companies over the next 30-90 days. Big Announcements Releasing soon.

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  2. Twilio still down from the end of April? (04/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  3. I love red days! (24/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  4. Red days are a friendly reminder (20/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  5. Quick Explanation of what's going on in Tech/Growth/NASDAQ Part 2 (08/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  6. Why buy stocks in companies that perform well financially? (16/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  7. ILUS will be a $4.00 Stock Soon by Obtaining an A License and Will UpList to the Nasdaq in 12 months. Listen to tomorrow’s Virtual Emerging Growth Live Answer and Question With Shareholders. (14/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  8. Pharma stocks are extremely volatile (11/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  9. ENKS - Undervalued, Profitable - 30% of O. Shares Retired - More Buybacks In Days - 15M Float - 10x+ Bagger (27/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  11. You're selling and someone else is buying - The stock market is silly (18/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  12. Should Spotify have a seat in a stock portfolio? (07/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  13. Is Spotify (SPOT) worthy of my investment dollar? (07/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  14. Little test. I put a small amount of money into every stock Jim Cramer has pumped on Mad Money or Squawk on The Street for the last week. (01/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Now, we either love or hate cramer (i love him tbh, his coke filled rants are comedy gold) but as much as this might not be popular, his calls do seem to make a lot of sense. I took one stock per day, the one he pumped hardest, usually on mad money. I missed a couple of shows because I watch from the UK so can only get it online through some shitty VPN. I ended up putting a minimum of £100 and a maximum of £345 into each stock. Anyway, here's the results; I'll start with the one he recommended first, about 9 days ago, and build up to the most recent; Chewy - Up 6.8% American Express (he pushed this hard for 3 days) - Up 1.59% Facebook - Up 5% Ford - Up 1.17% Citibank - Up 4.68% TakeTwo - Up 3.48% Wells Fargo - Up 0.11% He also pumped several others, which I didn't invest in. These are; Clean Energy, down about 50 cents, but it's a meme stock so it's unpredictable. Kinder Morgan - He pumped this about 2 weeks ago before I started my test, it's about evens. Perkin Elmer - He pushed this for 2 days, its up about 7 dollars. So yeah, Jimmy C. Might not be a bad follow after all. I know he can be a bit snakey, but in reality, if I was to dump my lifes savings into the stocks that he'd been offering advice on, I'd have a return of 22% in the space of a week. That's meme stock territory gains on its own, but done with with stocks that are pretty much 'classic' low risk stocks and kinda bulletproof. Any thoughts on Jimmy chill?   submitted by   /u/RedditAdminBrainlets [link]   [comments]
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  15. What should I invest in (29/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  16. What to do on green days? (15/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  18. Disney down, time to rally back? (29/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Stock was up last week and it just got bashed to the ground this week with two red days. Not even the news of partnering with Amazon made any difference. It created a new low for the week and seems like it’s heavily shorted (not retail selling). Short interest is at 23 million with an average volume of 8.5 million. Seems like a good setup for a run starting now. Personally, didn’t see any news that is alarming for the stock to drop a few percent over the last two days. Cruise line may be delayed, but that’s less than 4% of their profits, so not a big deal compared to selling out all their theme park tickets, getting bigger view ship for Disney+. Anyone have a good guess as to why this is down and whether it’ll bounce back this week? I don’t believe it has anything to do with the Delta variant, but anyone will say it does just to make the bearish story make sense.   submitted by   /u/lilaznjocky [link]   [comments]
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  19. Am I misunderstanding the rules of pattern day trading? (26/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  20. Who wants to be a Millionaire? Buy ILUS Stock Now ! (16/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  21. 7/16/2021 Some Trade Ideas, also some logic behind the Index and first week of earnings which have been very strong, will wait for next week (16/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  22. Method how we can earn money on the stock market every day several times (10/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  23. Starting to Invest (20/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  24. Market Status: 5/28/2021 (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Market Status: Uptrend (5/5) The stock market's strength ended on a good note this week. On the upside, it looks like two distribution days will fall off the map for the $QQQ next week and three for the $SPY. At the same time, three distribution days will become less significant for both the $SPY and $QQQ next week. That is a good sign and should lead to a ramping up in buying power from institutions. The only way we will lose this momentum is if we gain a lot more distribution days next week. During market uptrends, you have the home-field advantage, so the scene is perfect for buying and making profits. Please keep in mind that even though things are looking good, the market loves to give surprises and turn quickly, so taking precautions to protect yourself, such as using a stop-loss, is essential to success. It is more profitable to ask yourself, "How much could I lose?" rather than "How much can I gain?" https://preview.redd.it/2k9y09v61y171.png?width=1080&format=png&auto=webp&s=13cabf2f9a245ddabd7a393187db9d7da65e7a83   submitted by   /u/Fly-Elevated [link]   [comments]
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  25. Basic question about options that are "in-the-money" (16/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  26. Why do banks make so much money during volatile periods? (17/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As the title says, how is it that trading desks are so incredibly profitable during periods of above average volatility? What strategies allow them to make money when everyone else is losing a lot of money and is it replicable in a typical brokerage account?   submitted by   /u/LeanTheFuckIn [link]   [comments]
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  27. How to make money on the stock market (10/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Money is something you want more, but you still don't know how to get it. How can you make so much money that it is not destructive to your standard of living and that you can enjoy some of the money you have earned? No one will tell you the right strategy to make money in the stock market, but in this article, we will reveal some "secrets" of success. There are two types of investing to make money. Long-term investments provide returns, but these returns will be far behind in the future. It may be wise to plan for a comfortable retirement, but you'll have a better life by then. A short-term investment that will pay off every day, week, or month. These are the benefits that you can take to continue trading, or you can use all or part of the profits to enjoy life. Since stock trading involves both fluctuations, not every investment is profitable. Successful stock trading. Successful stock traders have a nefarious and determined way of trading. They do not work from the heart, and all emotions are forbidden. Analytical ability is important. You can compare stock trading to a tournament, such as a football tournament and a poker tournament. You can lose a little bit, if you go to a loss that is less than 60% of your capital, then the race is on. We will never risk losing so much but focus on sustainable capital growth instead of hitting the jackpot. How to make money in the stock market? One of the "secrets" to making money in the stock market is to kill the myth that the market will react in "real-time". I have been trading stocks for some years and all my experience shows that this market is not responding to real-time events. In obscure cases, there are a few seconds, minutes, and hours, an event that is reflected in the market value. Ways to make money in the stock market! Many stock traders use their own ideas because they have their own ideas about how the stock market works. The first correction in seconds, which we call "spot inventory", and which lasts longer, like 1 hour, we just say "tough league". Correction is said to be left behind because it is more descriptive than "correction". 4 Tips to Make Money on Stock Trading Don't follow the rumors. Protect your capital in every way possible: stop losses, make wise trades, don't take foolish opportunities, and only act when you feel you have thoroughly analyzed the market. Be fast. The faster you make money, the better the market will be. Understanding the stock market. Once you understand how the market moves, no one can stop you from making money. Find a broker you trust. There should be a stable service and you should be able to do business quickly. I recommend eToro, it is a good CFD broker that I have used for many years and I am very happy.   submitted by   /u/Size_Ashamed [link]   [comments]
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  28. How to value growth companies and where to find this data? (06/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I bought $LMND in the peak and last few months the stock plummeted. In retrospect, I realize that I bought the stock at a very high valuation which assumed perfect growth in the future free cashflow and profitability. Which metrics and the corresponding threshold would you use to value such high growth stock? I understand PE doesn't make sense since many of these growth companies are not profitable. Which is the most reliable and affordable paid tool for fundamental analysis and valuation? It would be a bonus if it has an analysis of the companies business, moat and stock recommendations etc. But priority would be extensive data on valuation. I am assuming free tools are not good enough. The PS ratios for same company seems to be vastly different. Why is that and which site is correct? https://www.marketbeat.com/stocks/NASDAQ/ABNB/ https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/ABNB/summary?search=abnb   submitted by   /u/mrcet007 [link]   [comments]
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  29. $RMED Shorted almost 40% with just a $25M market cap! Make you money squeeze harder! (06/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    $RMED is the second most shorted stock, 2% behind WKHS at 39.89% of float shorted. But it should be first on your buy list and here's why. I strongly believe $AMC is going to cool off for the next few weeks after that momentous move this week. Right now, shorted stocks are what is hot and $RMED is the best option for the highest squeeze with the least effort. $RMED's market cap is $25M compared to $WKHS at $1.59B. This means your money to squeeze the fuck out of the greedy HFs will go 64x further vs $WKHS. So $1,000 = $64,000!!! Meaning if the same money that makes WKHS go up 4% goes to $RMED, the share price could go up 256% if no one sells! And that is just 4%! We saw a huge jump in volume and i believe this squeeze we be insain because of how small that stock is. It is flying under the radar because a lot of websites don't track these small market cap stocks. Get in this shit so we can eat up these shorts and make some fat tendies! (I like the stock) https://www.marketwatch.com/tools/screener/short-interest https://shortsqueeze.com/?symbol=Rmed&submit=Short+Quote   submitted by   /u/ThomasTanksDown [link]   [comments]
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  30. SPCE - next week in new exchange (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ll keep it simple. As of now the only way Russians can buy spce is from the St Petersburg exchange. St Petersburg is known to buy company stocks and re-sell them without the permission of the company… April 2018: “Under Russian securities laws, a Russian stock exchange can unilaterally admit foreign securities to trading without the consent of the issuer of such securities. In the last several years, the St. Petersburg Stock Exchange admitted securities of a number of foreign companies to trading in a similar fashion.” So big investors don’t trade there for that reason.. they could be forced to sell their shares, and when they buy shares they have to pay “extra” on them. Our Russian friends always complain about the stock price, when they try to buy we post one number… they see another “higher to buy” lower to sell etc… because of a “delay”. Anyways, if you noticed during the flight many Russian investors attended the after party of SPCE. Then days later SPCE announced they’ll officially list in the Moscow exchange. Is this a coincidence? No. Russian investors are interested in this company, next week we will see “fresh” money buying shares and holding them. We will see a difference, just watch!   submitted by   /u/PennyStockWorth [link]   [comments]
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  31. $RMED 37% short with $25M market cap. Make your money squeeze harder! ???????????? (06/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    $RMED is the second most shorted stock, 2% behind WKHS at 37% of float shorted. But it should be first on your buy list and here's why. I strongly believe $AMC is going to cool off for the next few weeks after that momentous move this week. Right now, shorted stocks are what is hot and $RMED is the best option for the highest squeeze with the least effort. $RMED's market cap is $25M compared to $WKHS at $1.59B. This means your money to squeeze the fuck out of the greedy HFs will go 64x further vs $WKHS. So $1,000 = $64,000!!! Meaning if the same money that makes WKHS go up 4% goes to $RMED, the share price could go up 256% if no one sells! And that is just 4%! We saw a huge jump in volume and i believe this squeeze we be insain because of how small that stock is. It is flying under the radar because a lot of websites don't track these small market cap stocks. Get in this shit so we can eat up these shorts and make some fat tendies! (I like the stock) Getting the word out to all the pages I follow. Fucking all in Monday! ???????????? https://shortsqueeze.com/?symbol=Rmed&submit=Short+Quote https://www.marketwatch.com/tools/screener/short-interest   submitted by   /u/ThomasTanksDown [link]   [comments]
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  32. Which companies do you think can restructure themselves out of bankruptcy in 2021? (06/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Lots of companies fell to the swing of COVID's axe, household brands for many of us which will be missed, but perhaps not forever? If Hertz has shown us anything, it's that the rebound can raise companies from the dead, or rather, wake up hungry private equity to start stalking value in this new landscape. Morrison's is getting a bidding war now too, and for the first time, they're getting interest from the US. Of all the companies that went bankrupt this past year and a half, which ones do you think are going to come back to life and transition from OTC back onto NYSE/Nas-D/SP500. Copyright Nas-D = NASDAQ cause 'dey nasty. Thanks all! https://preview.redd.it/8bnrybd5ki971.png?width=959&format=png&auto=webp&s=ff41dc931178cb55e295ffb1848aa2d945c5be1c   submitted by   /u/seeitfixit [link]   [comments]
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  33. AFTER GME/AMC BECOME A BILLIONAIRE!!! (22/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    AFTER GME/AMC BECOME A BILLIONAIRE!!! The stock market as a whole will crash when gmc/amc pop, people with no clue will just bail. And when the market takes a nose dive it always OVER CORRECTS on the down, then bounces back, before it's back to business as usual. Over the history of the stock market EVERYONE that bought the dip of a big market drop came out of it WEALTHY. Now your saying, who the fuck cares, I have money ????????. But everyone loves more money, and this could be your one chance in a lifetime to buy quality stock at FIRE-SALE prices. And turn you into a person that could buy a house cash, to the person that can buy there own private island and private jet. DO THIS: make a list of quality stocks you would buy if only you had a chance to buy them on sale. Put this list aside for launch day. Don't wait to o this because when it's launch day your brain will be scrambled with emotions. At the right time, pull out your list and buy up these stocks with some of your winnings. See you on the other side.   submitted by   /u/State_Dear [link]   [comments]
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  34. Tracking the value of 3 Reddit scrapers for 30 days (14/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Just like everyone else I want to find a way to use these Reddit scrapers to actually make some money. Since I'm a data nerd I track any that I can and analyze their hit rate, profitability, etc. I was using Unbias very successfully and making good money until it stopped updating (see original post here) ​ Since then I have been tracking 3 scrapers and 1 methodology I saw here: Millenial Bets Hype Rider Dayminer Using Finviz to see if buying the biggest losers of the day and selling the next morning for a 1% profit would work ​ Fair warning: Google Sheets struggles with large amounts of data and a lot of people logging in, so I created multiples of each spreadsheet. If you have trouble getting in all I can recommend is continuing to try. If you do, make a copy for yourself. ​ Summaries: Easiest to gather data: Millenial Bets. This is a straight copy/paste. The others required a lot of Excel copy, pasting, sorting, etc to get it to fit into the sheets Best average returns: Millenial Bets. This may be because they had the biggest quantity of results. It's hard to narrow this down to just a few tickers to buy, so looks good as a paper trader but hard to put into use in the real world Best at returning a small list of tickers to buy: Dayminer. This data narrows down to just a few, or sometimes none, per day. But the ones that do hit tend to hit pretty consistently ​ End Results from tracking the data: (When paper trading I chose categories that had a % of Profitable vs Non-Profitable returns of greater than 90%. I was aiming for highest success rate of being profitable) Millenial Bets: Total data points: 5573 Number of paper trades: 2212 % return (avg): 11.44% % return (max): 50% # of days to max profit (avg): 6 Hype Rider: Total data points: 5425 Number of paper trades: 714 % return (avg): 7.03% % return (max): 13.19% # of days to max profit (avg): 4 Dayminer: Total data points: 5111 Number of paper trades: 278 % return (avg): 8.67% % return (max): 29.77% # of days to max profit (avg): 5 ​ How do I use this data? This is the question I get asked the most often. Here's what I do: Every morning before market open I copy the data from the scrapers, do whatever post-processing I need to do to get it to fit into the sheets, then paste into the sheets. This captures all the sentiment data from the last 24 hours When I'm ready to buy something I look at the highest profitability categories in the data crunching tabs From there I narrow down THAT DAY'S list of tickers based on the highest profitability categories I'll do a quick search on Reddit to see if overall sentiment is bullish or bearish. If everyone looks hopeful I'll buy I look at the average % returns and the average number of days to get there and those are my exit points ​ Now, on to the good stuff. Here are the links: Millenial Bets: Screen shots of the tables | Data (1) | Data (2) | Data (3) Hype Rider: Screen shots of the tables | Data (1) | Data (2) | Data (3) Dayminer: Screen shots of tables | Data (1) | Data (2) | Data (3) Finviz All Time Low data: Screen shots of the tables | Data (1)| Data (2) | Data (3) (Nothing really clear came of this data so I didn't highlight it in the post)   submitted by   /u/TheIndulgery [link]   [comments]
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  35. $GOEV Gamma Squeeze is Happening (12/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    A week ago, I posted this: https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/lxlbn3/canoogoev_is_setting_up_for_a_massive_gamma/ Well, congrats to anyone who listened to me. GOEV is up 60% over 5 days, partly due to tech bouncing back but mostly because of company catalysts and the MASSIVE call buying that happened every day the market was tanking. Now, the market makers are stuck with all the newly ITM calls they sold, so they have to buy more and more as price ramps up. Further announcements over the coming days and weeks can launch this even higher.   submitted by   /u/Blizzgrarg [link]   [comments]
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  36. Rules for new investors ???? -> PART 2 (12/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Rules for new investors ???? PART 2 1- Dont Fall in love with a stock, its just money, its your money, your just moving it into different vessels 2- When your buying a stock, you are going into business with that company. think about that. make sure you think its a good business to go into. 3- Dont throw good money after bad. if your in a bad stock and its going down, dont buy more to get your average price per share lower. thats just butting more money into crap. 4- buy what you understand, make sure you know what business your involved in. 5- when doing research try to use at least 2 sources to make sure the info your reading is correct. 6- Diversify! this means dont put all your money in one or one kind of stock. spread it around. even if u only have a little money, learn to trade properly & it will continue in the future. ------------------------------------------/ Rules for new investors ???? PART 1 I know theres a lot of young or new investors here. I thought it may help to post a few "rules" to try and at least keep in the back of your mind. Look, i know the best way to learn is by losing money but if these words just help one of u it will be worth it. ok since i need like 500 characters or something this is a bit long winded but the wise words of wisdom are below: 1- Dont trade with money you cant afford to lose 2- Do your DD, do your research, do your homework!!! check a companies revenue, their cash, their debt, their shares etc etc 3- buy real stocks, dont buy crap 4- Always remember- Bulls make money, Bears make money but pigs get slaughtered 5- You dont need to chase a stock, if its flying think twice. theres always another one. 6- its so simple, but if you do just this one thing u will be just fine. ..... Buy Low & Sell High 7- Dont listen to anyone on line ????   submitted by   /u/TheEvilKing00 [link]   [comments]
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  37. There won't be any NASDAQ drop! Just buy more! (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Bears trying to scare people but AMAZON, TESLA, NVIDIA, APPLE, MICROSOFT, PINTEREST, APPLE ETC will rise a lot. Why would those stocks drop when having good earnings? Im willing to invest in companies that have good earnings. Those bears wants you to sell your stocks for dip but don't do that. There won't be any red days in NASDAQ this week! Don't trust those bears!!! DON'T!!! PLZ NO SELL! OR I LOSE MY MONEY! I buy Microsoft and TESLA stocks with 20k euro. And because earnings will be good, those stocks will rise. Just like all other good stocks rise with good earnings. No need to wait for dip because there won't be any!!   submitted by   /u/MAARJA007 [link]   [comments]
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  38. Just want to make sure so I don’t f myself. (03/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I just want to make sure you know? So the wash sale tule is basically when you sell a stock for loss then buy the same stock within 30 days. Meaning you don’t get to claim the capital loss as tax credit correct? So, say I buy a stocks be sold it for a profit. One week later the stock plummets and I decide to buy it again. Is this a wash sale? Also wash sale vs tax harvesting?   submitted by   /u/DiegoRo08 [link]   [comments]
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  39. Best advice I gave myself for reds days. (29/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Please keep in mind that for this advice to work you need 3 things. You need money. You need to have done your DD Since you did your DD you believe in the company. Having done step 2 and having money (step 1) and there hasn't been a change in the company and thus you still believe I'm it (step 3). If the stock is red then most likely it's just going through the motions like all stocks do that's when I buy at least 1 share of any 1 of my holdings. Now I did say at least 1. I try to buy a few. Today I picked up a couple of my favorite cannabis stock. If all my stocks are red again I'll buy another. Some of my shares are work pennies so I'll buy those if I don't have much money. This way when the stock bounces back I make a profit quicker. TLDR: DCA down.   submitted by   /u/ragstorichespodcast [link]   [comments]
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  40. Why do people want to day trade? (06/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    For a long time I have been seeing videos and posts all over the internet talking about wanting to start learning how to trade stocks and options as well as "courses" that will supposedly teach you how to become a profitable trader. My question is why? There are multiple studies and books that show that trying to trade stocks and options is extremely unlikely to net you a positive ROI in the long run, things like transaction fees eat into your net gains just as one example. Am I mistaken in all this and day trading is actually much more profitable than just buy and hold with DCA? From what I understand you will not make money day trading as you are practically condemned by the laws of mathematics to break even or lose money in the long run. So what is so appealing about it? The only way I can understand it is if you are trading with a 500k+ account but even then why risk it? It is as if some people have forgotten or don't realize that the stock market is a place to store and compound wealth, not create it over night. Of the richest men on wall street none of them are so called "traders" (as far as I know). I understand there is always a very small minority who might be able to make meaningful gains in the long run but statistically speak that is not going to be you. Maybe I am just behind the curve and this is the new way to make money, but this is just the way I think of things.   submitted by   /u/Westmoth [link]   [comments]
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  41. How to capitalize on a buyout? (10/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm a complete newbie with stocks. I work for a publicly traded company and I am convinced that within the next couple of years or even sooner we will be bought out by one of a couple bigger companies. What is the best way to make money if I am correct? Should I put my money in my company stock or stock of the companies I think would buy us out? I have no idea what a buyout would do to the prices.   submitted by   /u/jamesrggg [link]   [comments]
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  42. Stock Market Investment: Is it time to book profit or restructure your portfolio? (29/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    At this time, one of the questions which is very common and grapples all investors is whether to book profit or restructure one’s portfolio to lock in the portfolio gains.
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  43. Tech selloff (20/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi can someone tell me why tech has been falling hard for the last two days? The yields have been pretty stable. Is it because we are close to important news announcements? Apple, Shopify, Amazon earnings are all due in 10 days   submitted by   /u/extrordinary [link]   [comments]
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  44. Thanks for getting me into trading! (08/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I decided to get into trading stocks, I am pretty new so I didn't put in anything I can't for sure lose. I put in 2,000 into novavax a few days ago, and in the past three days alone I have already made 480 dollars! I'm not exactly rich, and was using some of the savings I had that didn't really matter if I lost (although it would still suck to lose it) 480 dollars is a pretty big amount for me, its more then I get paid in five days of working. I'm not planning on selling anytime soon because I believe in the stock, but man its a good feeling to make even this amount. Whether I lose it or I don't I feel like I have found a new hobby and once I become more experienced a way to make some side money and help pay for my retirement. Anyways I just wanted to say thanks a ton guys, I have been riding a high all day from this and I am a bit disappointed I didn't get into it sooner.   submitted by   /u/Reddituser8018 [link]   [comments]
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  45. ILUS International Inc. reports Q2 results (13/08/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  46. Getting Filipino stocks in America (16/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hi! My dad gave me a bunch of stock from a Filipino company, but none of the big US companies are able to connect me with this money. How do I, in the US, find someone who can help me trade/buy/sell Filipino stock? I have been trying for the last five years with various pacific rim traders as well. I can’t seem to find anyway to turn the stock into money in my hand. I have all of the certificates that are signed, as well as all identifying PaperWork transferring the stock to me. Who should I try to connect with? Fidelity said they can’t help, and they don’t think any American company can. When I call the company in the Philippines, there is always something list in translation. They don’t seem to understand that I can’t find a us company to trade with. It’s a lot of money and would really help me out. I hate the idea of it just sitting there and not being able to access it. Any help is appreciated!   submitted by   /u/incredibass [link]   [comments]
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  47. ORA2021-32 - The Nasdaq Stock Market, Nasdaq PHLX, Nasdaq BX, Nasdaq ISE, Nasdaq GEMX, and Nasdaq MRX Will Conduct the Annual Election for Member Representative Directors on Friday, June 25, 2021 (08/06/2021 - Nasdaq Trader)
    News CategoryAlertMarketsWhat You Need To KnowOptions Regulatory Alert#2021-032The Nasdaq Stock Market,Nasdaq BX,The Nasdaq Options Market,Nasdaq PHLX,Nasdaq PSX,Nasdaq BX Options,Nasdaq ISE,Nasdaq GEMX,Nasdaq MRX
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  48. NASDAQ Suffers Fourth Straight Weekly Loss (14/05/2021 - INO.com)
    The three major indexes experienced a roller-coaster week that saw the NASDAQ fall -2.3% for the week marking its fourth straight week of losses as the tech sell-off continued. The DOW and the S&P 500 fell -1.1% and -1.2% this week, respectively. Early in the week, the NASDAQ fell over -5%, with the DOW dropping […] The post NASDAQ Suffers Fourth Straight Weekly Loss appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.
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  49. So I don't have much to invest, and I don't understand the tricks of the trade, but is this an ok strategy for someone in my boat? (30/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I don't have much to invest (right now, I have put about $1000 in), and to put it bluntly, I'm pretty dumb when it comes to the stock market. I know the basics. Basically stocks 101. But what I can invest, I'm buying little bits at a time (1 to 2 shares in expensive stock, 5 to 10 in less expensive), mostly at the end of the week if I see a dip and only in industries I understand and follow. I like tech, so I've bought a few shares in Intel, AMD, and Sony just to test the waters. After a few days I was up on all 3. Then I saw Vizio was having it's IPO, so I purchased some of that. I was up about 9% after about 4 days. For shits and giggles I bought some AMC and Dogecoin as well. I'm in it mostly for the long game. I just want to buy and sit on stock. Then I read everyone says Palantir is a great long term stock and I read up on them and thought they have a bright future, so I bought some of that. I'm down on them, but going to hold for a long time. My question is, is buying a little bit of stock here and there, mostly in just industries that interest me and in "stable and reliable" companies only in dips, and holding for a long time viable? Or should I just save up my money and buy large amounts in one stock at a time? Thanks.   submitted by   /u/Knightmare25 [link]   [comments]
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