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Sell ICLN and QCLN?

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04/05/2021 - 18:29

Sell ICLN and QCLN? I bought QCLN @79.22 and ICLN @29.60 and honestly, it’s just been months of headaches. The two just keep sinking and sinking and honestly, I’m thinking about taking a big loss and put it towards something that will make up for that loss. Personally, I don’t want to wait 2 years for it them both to reach the price i bought them for. Though if i do sell them, It’ll be at a 26% and 24% loss. So any thoughts?   submitted by   /u/DavidNguyen2354 [link]   [comments]


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  33. I made a program that shows hot stocks from this subreddit and also tracks DDs/Discussion (09/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As the title suggests, I made an algorithm that can pick trending and most discussed stocks from this subreddit. Why did I do this? Daily I come here to read some valuable discussions from this subreddit but due to limited time, I find myself wasting most of it trying to find useful posts and not gutter like (GME TO THE MOON). So I made this script which can help me look at Hot stocks discussed in this subreddit Few of the things the Algo does: Checks the credibility of the author who posted about the stock (Looks at Karma, Recent activity, spam, etc) Filters spammy pump/dump posts Avoids low-quality content Avoid bots Discussed Stocks in past 7 days Ticker Mentions Name Industry Previous Close Post Author Credibility Post Rating 5d Low 5d High 1d Change (%) 5d Change (%) 1mo Change (%) BB 4 BlackBerry Limited Software—Infrastructure 13.2 ZACKS upgrades $BB (BlackBerry Limited) price target from 14$ to 29$ 2.81 4535.04 11.08 14.35 -3.01 12.63 72.77 CRSR 4 Corsair Gaming, Inc. Computer Hardware 43.9307 CRSR Earnings Call 12.1 130.68 39.35 48.3 -6.53 11.56 15.61 QCOM 2 QUALCOMM Incorporated Semiconductors 146.81 Would $QCOM be a good buy right now? 5.69 38.13 144.62 167.58 -0.5 -12.39 -5.95 APD 2 Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. Chemicals 254.615 APD very attractive long value 0.95 9.2 245.75 279.92 0.33 -7.37 -10.53 MSOS 1 AdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF N/A 53.1825 Thinking about selling some of ICLN, QCLN, or TAN to buy into MSOS ETF, thoughts? 2.24 23 46.6 53.24 2.1 12.18 28.37 OPTT 1 Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. Electrical Equipment & Parts 5.69 Anyone else monitoring Ocean Power Technologies ($OPTT)? 5.99 42.77 4.41 5.83 16.36 25.33 100.35 RVLV 1 Revolve Group, Inc. Internet Retail 39.47 Thoughts on RVLV? 2.45 12.74 37 39.61 4.34 5.93 18.24 TSM 1 Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited Semiconductors 132.69 Is Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) currently overvalued? (February 2021) 7.09 22.5 125.97 134.405 -0.96 2.86 10.82 SE 1 Sea Limited Electronic Gaming & Multimedia 275.392 SE : A great company, great potential and amazing growth. 4.45 24.94 237.32 278.327 3.49 12.51 31.77 VYNE 1 VYNE Therapeutics Inc. Biotechnology 3.2481 Thoughts on VYNE 14.77 4.74 2.64 3.2906 16 22.03 98.77 RITE 1 MineralRite Corporation Oil & Gas E&P 0.0021 Why RITE AID is (RAD) not BAD 6.48 16.53 0.0008 0.0027 16.67 75 2000 RAD 1 Rite Aid Corporation Pharmaceutical Retailers 23.3 Why RITE AID is (RAD) not BAD 6.48 16.53 22.16 24.62 -2.31 2.87 40.87 GLNG 1 Golar LNG Limited Oil & Gas Midstream 11.5 GLNG is looking like a good investment 21.63 20.24 11.24 12.04 -1.54 2.31 5.12 TLS 1 Telos Corporation Information Technology Services 39.55 DD: Telos Corporation ($TLS) 1.71 33 37.28 40.62 3.81 -1.13 31.53 GPRO 1 GoPro, Inc. Consumer Electronics 8.175 Thoughts on $GPRO? 1.59 9.88 7.9 10.958 0.18 -21.62 -0.91 FUBO 1 fuboTV Inc. Broadcasting 48.165 Thoughts on $FUBO? I think their acquisition of Vigtory to integrate live betting is a something worth looking into? 19.71 33 44.51 54.24 4.71 -1.86 84.4 THMO 1 ThermoGenesis Holdings, Inc. Medical Devices 3.64 Anyone investing in THMO stock? 10.21 13.92 2.98 3.75 5.51 19.34 48.57 ATVI 1 Activision Blizzard, Inc. Electronic Gaming & Multimedia 103.26 ATVI Smashes earnings 11.5 5.28 92.41 104.23 1.28 9.97 13.09 DSS 1 Document Security Systems, Inc. Specialty Business Services 4.08 DSS issues 2nd upsized public offering this year at $2.80 6.61 3.4 3 4.575 -1.21 -2.39 -35.34 MWK 1 Mohawk Group Holdings, Inc. Consumer Electronics 41.855 $MWK Mohawk Group DD 0.96 10.95 28.815 43.27 -1.33 44.33 98.08 QCLN 1 First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund N/A 88.445 Thinking about selling some of ICLN, QCLN, or TAN to buy into MSOS ETF, thoughts? 2.24 23 82.55 88.5425 1.66 5.07 7.86 VOXX 1 VOXX International Corporation Consumer Electronics 21.97 Time to buy VOXX 1.49 10.5 19.38 25.99 -2.79 11.47 52.15 CURI 1 CuriosityStream Inc. Entertainment 18.0727 Why I'm bullish on CuriosityStreams (CURI) 3.79 5.36 14.71 19.89 -1.83 8.22 7.64 SABR 1 Sabre Corporation Information Technology Services 12.58 Sabre $SABR is poised for a breakout 3.16 18.5 11.73 13.1 -0.94 5.36 3.2 VERU 1 Veru Inc. Biotechnology 21.15 $VERU Whats it’s potential? 1.24 8.8 9.42 24.57 39.14 116.92 123.81 Source Code Here is the link to Github. You can find 80% of the source code readily available while the 20% (Author Reliability and other similar implementation) is still undisclosed as of now. (It will be disclosed obviously after some improvements) What's more? If this is helpful, I can post this frequently maybe once a week, I am also working on a web app that can access this data in real-time with additional filters and graphs. It should be available by next week. If you want to support this consider buying me a coffee. This is not financial advice.   submitted by   /u/theguywithAI [link]   [comments]
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  34. When doing option trading, do you ever do market limit sell or market sell? (20/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    There has been occassions where I usually just want to sell the contract ASAP so it leads to a market sell. But I usually lose about 2-5% of that profit because of market sell. Though when I do limit sell, sometimes my contract doesn't get sold usually in those in those moments. Though what methods do you sell your contracts?   submitted by   /u/PlasmaHanDoku [link]   [comments]
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  35. ICLN/ INRG Rebalancing - NZX extends trading hours for S&P Global Clean Energy changes (16/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Today's the day a lot of ICLN/ INRG owners have been looking forward to after a 20% - 30% drop since peaks in January following the Biden administration entering office. Between the end of trading sessions on Friday April 16th 2021, and before the start of trading on Monday 19th April 2021, it is expected that Blackrock will rebalance their positions in ICLN/INRG in accordance to changes to thee S&P Global Clean Energy index to which they track. This is starting to take place in New Zealand as trading hours are extended by 45 minutes to accommodate high volumes in both Meridian Energy and Contact Energy (both of which are seeing their weightings reduced). https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/nzx-extends-trading-hours-for-sp-global-index-change/2N4Q2ENY7W6TALMMRJBLWZ4XRM/ It is also expected that Plug Power, which drove much of the ETFs growth in 2020 (and demise in 2021 following a market correction and accounting errors), will see it's weighting gradually reduced. This will be of relief to many investors who are looking to bet on clean energy, but have been concerned by Plug's overweighting at ~10% of the index. The restructuring will see the holdings of ICLN/INRG increase from ~30 to ~100, increasing it's diversity and it's stability. The rebalancing is likely to act as a watershed moment for the ETF which has been trading sideways since it bottomed out in March 2nd 2021 and is looking for a breakout opportunity. This morning INRG opened on the London Stock Exchange with a 2% gain in the first 90 minutes of trading. For more information on the rebalancing: https://www.spglobal.com/en/research-insights/articles/sp-global-clean-energy-index-expands https://www.ft.com/content/d43ec8c5-0990-4781-b71f-82cb73a09610   submitted by   /u/MaxLikesNOODLES [link]   [comments]
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  36. Could the Clean Energy for America Act proposal bring a rotation back into clean energy? (24/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.natlawreview.com/article/senate-democrats-propose-overhaul-clean-energy-incentives https://www.energy.gov/articles/doe-launches-international-clean-energy-initiatives-tackle-climate-crisis The last month or so has been rough for clean energy stocks all around. This is only a proposal as of now, but if passed, I wonder if it will boost clean energy stocks to ATHs. I wouldn't be surprised with a push to $30, especially after the rebalancing. With 9 of the top 10 companies having a positive net income, ICLN is now a far safer investment, and much less speculative than it once was. I'd like to hear others opinions on this. Could we see another run from ICLN, or have the moves been too quick, too fast. Is 100% clean energy by 2035 too ambitious a goal, will this boost the earnings of companies that have already proven themselves.   submitted by   /u/Traditional_Fee_8828 [link]   [comments]
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  37. Liquidate and DCA vs let it ride: (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'll keep it brief. I recently sold a house and dumped about $100k into my brokerage at once (lump sum) very recently. Here's my balance rn: 32.5% SCHB 32.5% SWPPX 10% SCHF 5% ARKK 5% ARKQ 5% ICLN 10% Cash Needless to say, the 3 meme ETFs are down bad right now. I did some swing trades in between and made a few thousand, but my port is nearly back at $100k right now. Should I go ahead and sell my positions then DCA over the next 6 months to mitigate risk or just let it ride as-is since time > timing. Just hate for this bleed to continue and I'm down for a while. This is retirement money. At absolute worst I'll need 10% (which I'm holding in cash for that reason) within the next year. Open to any thoughts, thanks.   submitted by   /u/sdpthrowaway3 [link]   [comments]
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  38. Outside of immediate hype I actually think AMC and NOK (specifically NOK) are good holds does anyone agree or disagree? (09/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I got 100 Nokia during the hype and lost $150 I got 50 AMC before the hype and actually still am +_80 (at one point I was at 800...) I also have 10 BB and I lost $40ish I actually think these are good holds for me in the long term. I think theaters will get a nice bump and AMC will be king of the theaters again and since I got 50 shares at like $4 I think it's reasonable for me to see a return. Nokia my avg cost is like $6 and I lost a lot. I do think they are a great long term hold with all the 5G stuff they are doing as well as licensing plays. BB I only have 10 shares but I think it'll rise eventually. I got caught up with the hype but I'm actually happy where I landed in terms of holding! I'd love to hear thoughts since I started investing two years ago. I have 12 Zynga shares and made $80. 3 Nintendo and made $70-80 and 2 disney and made $30-40. I think I'm doing ok for a newcomer. I even listened to advice here since I regretted selling my TPIC clean energy stock and got five ICLN shares and funnily enough Nokia is in ICLN I saw!   submitted by   /u/HughieCanary [link]   [comments]
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  39. Young investor ETF portfolio advice (08/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey everyone, I am 18yo and I want to build my portfolio around ETFs and hold them 10+ years minimum. What do you think of this portfolio: VTI QCLN ARKG ESPO I want to invest in ETFs that does not overlap with for example VT etf. Should I invest in something different, did I made good choices for long term? Thanks!   submitted by   /u/zeljkom_ [link]   [comments]
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  40. I have my first call option that I'm going to sell this week ITM what's the difference between sell to open and sell to close? (14/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have a an option with a $9 strike that is currently ITM it looks like I'll make around $300 on it. When I decide it's time to sell the option I have two choices "Sell to close" and "Sell to open" which one do I pick and what do they both mean? Thank you in advance!   submitted by   /u/FakeItThenMakeIt [link]   [comments]
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  41. S&P Global Energy Index Rebalancing (14/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve seen a lot of posts regarding the upcoming rebalancing for the S&P Global Energy Index, which affects multiple ETFs, like ICLN, stating that it will take place after market close on 4/16. However, in S&P’s consultation, they state: “S&P DJI is proposing to implement the previously described methodology changes, if adopted, in conjunction with the upcoming rebalancing, which takes effect prior to the market open on Monday, April 19, 2021.” I interpret this as the changes are currently taking place, rather than coming into effect next week. If so, that would explain some of the sell off of certain securities that we’ve seen this week (i.e. PLUG). Am I looking at this correctly? Trying to get another set of eyes on this as I’ve read conflicting posts.   submitted by   /u/bomemeianrhapsody [link]   [comments]
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  42. What determines the difference between the buy and sell price? (23/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    For example : The difference between the buy and sell price on MSFT is a few cents. I can buy it for $258.50 and sell for $258.47. The difference between the buy and sell price on RBC is much more significant. I can buy it for $147.47 and sell for $146.76 which is a 71 cent difference. It seems the price per share is higher than it was when I bought in but I’m still selling at a loss.   submitted by   /u/daddylongshlong123 [link]   [comments]
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  43. Do you expect higher-risk ETFs like QQQ, ICLN, ARKK, and ARKG to recover from crashes and undergo long-term growth over 10 years? (20/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm a beginner investor so I'm really sorry if this question seems naïve! We know that an ETF like VOO has always had overall growth over the decades. Do you feel that these ETF's will grow overall over the next decade? I'm 22 and interested in passive long-term investing by dollar-cost averaging (though I'm open to lump sum, but am reluctant at the moment since the market is at an all time high!). The problem is, I've realized that investing purely in the VOO (which has an average return of 8%) will mean that I won't really be able to enjoy my wealth until I'm like 60, and given my age, I'm open to accepting a little bit of risk. So, I'm trying to increase the return rate on my Portfolio by investing about 20 of it into these riskier stocks that I expect to do well. But are they any more likely than VOO not recover from a crash? Or do you think that with patience, they'll eventually steadily climb higher over the course of a decade? I realise no one truly has the answer to this question, but I'm basically asking about the predictability of long term growth (over, say, 5 - 10 years), as while I have some degree of risk tolerance, I don't want to gamble too much. If they crashed, I definitely wouldn't sell - but that's only if I'm confident they will actually go back up eventually. Perhaps more importantly though: do you guys have a method or principle for knowing when to eventually sell these things? I'd like to reinvest any profit I make from risky ETF's into VOO after 5 - 10 years, or other medium-risk ETF's that seem more promising in the future. Just don't want to be throwing my money into these every month if there's a chance they'll stay down in the long-term after a crash - but if things do work out, how should I know when to sell? Also, do you think it might be more effective just to invest 100% of my portfolio into something like VOO? Thank in advance!   submitted by   /u/napoleoninrags98 [link]   [comments]
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  44. Clean Energy Stocks tanking today yet no obvious reason (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    ICLN, TAN, ACES, all the clean energy stocks are down ~4% today and I am not sure why. Is it because traditional energy (petroleum, coal) are surging for some reason? Cold weather in Texas suddenly makes legacy energy suddenly become viable? The cold weather illustrated issues with some green energy tech (windmills not provisioned for cold weather) but these are only mistakes in planning not a change in logical direction. Biden's next stimulus package is expected to focus on green energy which should propel green stocks, so the sell-off confuses the hell out of me.   submitted by   /u/MemeStock2daMoon [link]   [comments]
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  45. EFTs set and forget it strategy, 20+ year timeline (02/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Which EFTs can you put your money into and walk away? Thinking like 10-20 year road map... Today I invest heavily with VTI about 60-70% of my funds. And about 15-5% for ARKK, ARKG and QCLN. In one account the intent is to have medium to high risk with about $100,000 to be used more or less as disposable income, ie home improvement. In the second account the intent is to save for retirement and try to get somewhere between the 3-4M mark by 2050...   submitted by   /u/raviman8 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Wont let me sell a stock on TD Ameritrade. (15/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Just like the title says. I bought one share of BRZU etf, held it for a day, and then went to sell it for the ask price, but it doesn’t go through. Am I supposed to sell it at the bid price? It’s $113 but the bid price is $107. How long does it take to sell a share?   submitted by   /u/mikeskeezer31 [link]   [comments]
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  47. Going heavy with ETFs? (05/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I want to get into investing since my savings have been just sitting there (10K). I'm a passive investor so I consider a yearly return of 10% a great goal and I thought of dividing my portfolio in 70% ETFs and 30% stocks (no options or shorts). My brokerage account doesn't offer fractional shares (I live in Mexico) and I really wanted to buy a amazon share although it would take about 30% of my whole portfolio is it worth it? What ETFs do you recommend? I thought VOO or VTI, QCLN, VT.   submitted by   /u/isaacm0972 [link]   [comments]
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  48. I know this is vague, but when do you sell? (29/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I hope this doesn't get removed for a repeated topic. I tried combing the sub for posts about this, couldn't find any initially. I have a decent handle on selling at a loss. I have a percent and a dollar value set that I sell at. Even then, I try to never sell at a loss. I've invested what I can afford to lose. WHEN DO YOU SELL A GAIN?????? This is what kills me. Here is my situation and the source of my question: my portfolio is worth around $7200. I put $500 into a stock a while ago and now it's worth $708. It kicked ass. Do I sell now? Keep holding? Do I need to do my own DD and just pray it was the right call? I'm pretty sure a lot of the replies are gunna be "sell and it'll rise, hold and it'll drop", I know no one can tell me for sure, but just looking for advice. Thanks!!!   submitted by   /u/get-bread-not-head [link]   [comments]
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  49. Is Apple’s stocks app the problem here or are there other forces at play? (14/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    For day-to-day monitoring I will use the Apple stocks app to watch my portfolio. I’ve noticed occasionally some stocks’ data is not up to date but the information is complete elsewhere. Today’s example: it is 2:30pm and I see the charts on all but one of my stocks are 3/4 complete for the day. One stock, QCLN, only shows data up to 11:30am, although the live data online does continue on to 2:30 as normal. What is going on here?   submitted by   /u/Szydlikj [link]   [comments]
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