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03 August 2021
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Thoughts on #DASH today. Doesn’t make sense, can someone explain?

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09/03/2021 - 18:45

I bought puts yesterday and made a killing, decided to hold them through today’s IPO share unlock because i was 100% confident this piss poor company was going to dump. But for some reason it’s going up? from what i can tell, sell volume is absolutely dwarfing the buy volume of this stock right now. I’m kinda new to this so can someone explain why it could go up when there is a vast majority of selling rather than buying ? Is anyone else still confident that this stock will fall this week?   submitted by   /u/gradog82 [link]   [comments]


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    Hello all, Curious to gauge the thoughts from the community on LLNW. I see some clear positive catalysts for the smaller CDN, namely: New CEO just stepped in to drive culture change/focus on new tier of growth. Opportunity to really attack and expand edge network capabilities. Near 100% growth in Q3. Very cheap on relative sense to the bigger and newer guys, Fastly and Cloudflare. Trading at ~2x P/S. I’m curious if anyone in the CDN/IT space has any thoughts/opinions on limelight? Particularly if anyone has some negative feedback or more clear opinion/foresight of negative catalysts? Feels like this may be a good opportunity to go long.   submitted by   /u/Doheenz [link]   [comments]
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  40. Thoughts on ENPH? (22/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Seems to be on quite a tear today, though that don’t inspire much confidence. The stock has been locked in a trend for the past two months where it goes up $10 one day then down $10 the next. What are your thoughts on their long term potential?   submitted by   /u/wellidliketotellyou [link]   [comments]
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  41. Can someone please explain (12/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm sorry if this doesn't belong here so if it isn't I'll be on my way. First of all. I'm a rookie and I'm still learning the ropes. I'm not asking if I did a good trade or what I should do next. I'm not even asking for advice. I''m just trying to figure out the math on something that I cannot find online because I don't know what I should be looking for. So here it goes: I bought 118$ worth of SVRA @2.36$ couple weeks ago The price started to decline. Now SVRA is @1.78$ (Actually -25% on my investment right now) This should've been a day/week trade but as I'm a rookie I'm still learning but now I'm holding the bag. I recently sold another stock with profit. So I now have 600$ to spend. What would happen if I spend 600$ or part of this money on SVRA at the price it is now? Will this lower my average% loss on the previous trade, leveling out? Making it easier to break-even or even gain profit? How do I go and calculate this for myself so I don't need to bother you guys for advice? I've tried using Position calculators but that doesn't tell me what I need to know. Can anyone explain how I can calculate this 'averaging' for next time if I'd want to do something like this? I can provide additional details if that would be necessary. Thank you   submitted by   /u/Cyay [link]   [comments]
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  42. TD Ameritrade AMC Restrictions (10/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Why is TD Ameritrade preventing us from being able to sell cash secure puts on AMC? I have the money in my account to cover the puts should I get assigned. UPDATE: It appears that they will allow it but you must make the sale with one of their brokers. So I now need to pay a broker assist fee to do something I could normally do with one shift+click? https://www.tdameritrade.com/td-ameritrade-trading-restrictions-stocks.page At this point one can only assume this is criminal. Every broker has engaged in or is engaging in some kind of restriction. Even when that restriction doesn't make sense.   submitted by   /u/TheXorzox [link]   [comments]
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  43. How would you invest 50k for maximal short gain profit? (24/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Posted this in another sub, and didn’t get a lot of helpful advice. I’m sorry if this is the wrong sub, or if my question doesn’t make a lot of sense. I’m willing to learn and am open to ressources to inform myself alone. The situation: you are really young, early 20s. Someone offers you the opportunity to invest 50k. Whatever profit you make, you keep. Any loss falls on them. But the investment is short-term (1 à 2 years). I’m pretty new to investing and so far have put all my money into ETFs. This is an amazing opportunity for me and is a gift from someone close to me. I would like to make the most out of it to put the profit again into ETFs. I’m naturally very risk-adverse but given this opportunity, am willing to take some risk. What do you recommend? Thank you in advance and my apologies again if this is the wrong sub.   submitted by   /u/Top-Explanation-1914 [link]   [comments]
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  44. Arrival - UK based EV Startup backed by UPS, thoughts? (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi all, getting ready for a busy week ahead in earnings. I am trying to figure out what to make out of Arrival, an EV startup founded by a Russian guy who doesn't know anything about EVs and they're trying to do bold and daring things such as abandoning the classic approach of manufacturing cars with this new microfactories concept. I checked their website and they're hiring left and right. About 1500 employees already and they're growing rapidly. Current market cap is around $10B which is 1/6th of Ford and 1/60th of Tesla. Company looks pretty solid. Currently trading under ARVL. Any thoughts? NYTimes recently wrote about it: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/21/business/arrival-electric-vehicles.html   submitted by   /u/spacequarks [link]   [comments]
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  45. Where's all the money going? (05/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Rates are rising because bonds are selling off. Equities are overall selling off as well. Commodities dropped today too. So where is all the money going? Is everyone just selling everything and sitting on cash? I’m not really seeing much inflows into any other asset type. The money just seems to be.... out of the markets. The whole “there is an alternative” theory doesn’t make sense because if people were buying bonds, rates wouldn’t be rising. And if inflation is the main fear driving the sell off, why are precious metals selling off? Honestly, I feel like everyone is just trying to find an excuse for the selloff. Everything is tanking, for no discernible reason. Even the stuff that’s doing well is just dropping less. The only question I have at the moment is where the money is going. For those of you who sold anything significant, did you do anything with the cash? If not, what are you waiting for?   submitted by   /u/Blizzgrarg [link]   [comments]
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  46. Time For VXX? (25/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    With talks about a market crash or correction coming, does it make sense to invest a small portion into VXX? I tried to find info on this but all the articles on the Internet were when VXX was on the decline, so it made sense not to buy. Now that it's levelled off at around 30, is it the right time?   submitted by   /u/okwhoqueefed [link]   [comments]
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  47. The number game: Making sense of GDP estimates (03/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    The sector-wise estimate for Q4, deciphered from the three quarter estimates and the second advance estimate for the whole year, does not make much sense
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  48. Are you young? Today doesn’t fucking matter. (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I work night shift and have the randomest 3am thoughts, but if you’re young today’s market evaluation does not pertain at all to you if you invest for the long term. You can view my complete portfolio in one of my previous posts, but I’m 24 with $40,000 in the market. My biggest positions are in MSFT, DKNG, SQ, V, HPQ, and ARK funds. Do I see any of these companies shitting the bed in the next 20 years? With the exception of HPQ which is my dividend king right now, no. Sometimes we get so caught up in the day to day, but I just got paid and what am I doing again today? Investing more. If the market collapses tomorrow, sure it would hurt seeing my 40k go to 20k, but does it really matter in the long run? Probably not. TLDR: stop stressing about what tomorrow brings. Invest for the long term and an early retirement ????   submitted by   /u/101emptyfireplaces [link]   [comments]
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  49. When to get out (23/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I've been in the market since the end of January, meme stocks got me interested but I realized at that point I was more likely to lose money than make it buying them. Some of the stocks I've bought over the past almost two months have hit either 52wk, or all time, highs. Some climbing over 10% during that time. If the stock's growth was largely the result of the market as a whole going up during that time, as opposed to being propelled by its own merits, would I be better to get out or to hold? For example, one of them, MUFG, is a Japanese bank that is just over $5.80 a share. Aside from a day where it eclipsed the $6 mark last week it hasn't been this high since 2018 (on anything resembling a consistent basis). They do pay a decent dividend, and have been fairly consistent, but without much room for growth it doesn't seem that holding makes much sense. Without any news or rumors indicating room for potential growth of the company, my thought is sell before my gains slowly slip away and out the money into something with the potential for more immediate growth. I've gotten fairly decent about knowing when to get in, admittedly I bought MUFG when I didn't know and got lucky, I'm still not great at knowing when to get out. Obviously if something is tanking and news comes out that's not going to change, that's easy. I struggle with determining when to get out when I'm up. Are my thoughts on it looking like there's no room for additional growth right? I'm trying not to make decisions based on emotions, but I also need a better grasp of prevailing logic to do that. I'm sure there are indicators that make long term become short term, short term become swing stocks, and swing stocks become bad ideas.   submitted by   /u/Johnathon1069DYT [link]   [comments]
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