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16 June 2021
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Who are these people?

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10/06/2021 - 20:44

Who are these people??? (read in Jerry Seinfeld voice)... For many years I have followed various stock and investment related conversations on Yahoo Finance, Stock Twits and other platforms. My interest is mostly entertainment value, but I do find the threads useful for getting a general sense of the mood of investors related to specific stocks. Not unlike a very big water cooler. Anyway... I find it interesting that there seems to be a cottage industry of people who spend a great deal of time posting on these sites. I often wonder who these people are. Some have very detailed information about stocks. Some show up regularly to berate stocks with a barrage of rants/memes/invective. No doubt some are folks just clowning around and killing time and some are legitimately interested in constructive dialog and exchange of ideas about investing. However, there are others that seem quite sophisticated in their approach to pumping, touting, disparaging or otherwise stirring up irrational enthusiasm or sowing extreme doubt or doomsday predictions about a stock. Are these paid pump and dump mills? Shills for hedge funds? Auto responding robots? Russian hackers? I cant imagine anyone truly believes these posts will have any real effect on share prices... but a lot of efforts seems to go into these postings. Anyone have any insight into this phenomenon?   submitted by   /u/fund2016 [link]   [comments]


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    I had a bunch of people that I know hitting me up and asking me if I can teach them about investing. Some people complete newbs about the market and some people good with stonks and curious about options. So to save myself the hassle and time, I wrote down topics about everything that I know about investing on a word doc. I reorganized the topics to start with the very basics of the market and stocks through to the more complicated shit, ending with options. I mainly did this for a few people that want to work with me after I open an investment company. But I figured, fuck it. Might as well just fucking put it on the internet for the whole god damn world to see. The more people that are actually somewhat educated on investing rather than a bunch of dumb shits that don't know a god damn thing about money and invest that are basically gambling their money in the market, the better. ​ If any of you need any help, I'm happy to not give a fuck about your needs. Go watch more god damn YouTube videos about it and teach yourselves you dumb lazy sons of bitches. Cheers! -BullMarketCowboy BELOW IS THE GOD DAMN LINK! Learning to Invest Video Series (made for anyone with any level of knowledge about investing)   submitted by   /u/BullMarketCowboy [link]   [comments]
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  49. What gives non-dividend stocks any value? (06/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I'm trying to work something out in my head. Some people were saying Bitcoin is a ponzi scheme and my argument was that no, it behaves like any other stock, options, futures, etc... But that got me to thinking. With a dividend-paying stock, you get value just from owning the stock. A payment for the amount of stock that you own, plus capital gains if people also want that sweet dividend and buy it up and increase the stock's price. Is non-dividend stock completely based on capital gains (ponzi-esque) investing? Say you own 1000 shares of GME - the only value is based off what people were willing to pay for that, and you hope more people want it to drive the price up so you can sell, right? I've read the argument that non-dividend paying companies use the capital that could be dividend payments to instead expand the company, therefore creating more value (which sounds like bullshit to me)... cause even if the company is more valuable, you still get nothing from owning the stock except the hope that more people buy the stock and drive the price up. Am I missing something here?   submitted by   /u/jamesbdrummer [link]   [comments]
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  50. Seychelles Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccination Rate (30/04/2021 - Trading Economics)
    The number of COVID-19 vaccination doses administered per 100 people in the Seychelles rose to 126 as of Apr 30 2021. Total number of vaccination doses administered per 100 people in the total population. This is counted as a single dose, and may not equal the total number of people vaccinated, depending on the specific dose regime (e.g. people receive multiple doses). This page includes a chart with historical data for Seychelles Coronavirus Vaccination Rate.
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