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Is WISH a solid stock?

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10/06/2021 - 22:51

Trended on some of the forums recently. What’s your take on it? Do you think it’s a pump and dump, or is there actually a future for it? I’m in pretty deep right now in shares, hoping for the best. Lots of folks saying it’s undervalued, others saying it’s setting up to dump. Earnings overall didn’t look to bad to me (but I’m dumb, lol). If you have WISH, what’s your thesis? Or if you don’t, why are you bearish on it? Just looking for some open ended discussion. Thanks folks!   submitted by   /u/just_lick_my_ass [link]   [comments]


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    To elaborate on the title, is anyone else tired of the excessive and mostly illogical comments flying around Reddit and other forums discussing stocks blaming every drop in price on hedge funds and every increase in price as a short squeeze? Hedge funds aren't singling out every penny stock and are not behind any price drop which occurs. They make most of their money on stocks above a certain market cap. I often see people randomly accusing companies like Citadel of shorting a stock when they're not even involve. And on the flip side of that, every increase in price isn't because there's a short squeeze occurring, and it's madness to believe what happened with GME is going to happen with every stock. Sometimes people randomly assign a stock as squeezing when there's relatively low short volume on it. I feel like all of this magical thinking about stocks is causing unwanted pump attention to relatively solid picks and overall dragging low cap stocks down more than any institutional investors could.   submitted by   /u/WilliamSaintAndre [link]   [comments]
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  46. SQBG - Extremely Undervalued - Great Article (15/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I came across this due diligence on SQBG. I am currently a holder, but thought it was really solid work that I should share with the rest of you. Seems like there is an impending acquisition on the horizon, which should be the catalyst for short term gains. Let me know what you think! https://www.google.com/amp/s/seekingalpha.com/amp/article/4412502-sequential-brands-200-dollar-stock   submitted by   /u/ShnauzzeBerries [link]   [comments]
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  47. I'm Looking For Solid Youtuber Recommendations Concerning Stocks (14/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    If anyone has recommendations on Youtubers that teach how to properly research a stock, and become a better decision maker in general concerning stocks. I'm not really looking for the kind of YouTuber that is hyping stocks or click bating the next Tesla. Any recommendations are appreciated thank you!   submitted by   /u/Vrozini [link]   [comments]
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  48. The case for CSCO (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    First off, CSCO has a very good record when it comes to revenue and earnings. In the past 4 years, CSCO produced about 200B in revenue (roughly the size of the company), and about 30B in profit. This consistent production of cash ensures that they will be able to keep up with their dividend and I think this will allow them to make the company more valuable to shareholders. A 2.39 EPS is also quite solid. As mentioned, they have a dividend. It is only around 3%, which is nothing particularly special, but this could be a good IRA stock. They are also planning on taking over ACIA. Their software and application businesses remain strong revenue producers, and while the price may stay stagnant for awhile this seems like an excellent stock to keep in your IRA or to sell covered calls on even potentially. Positions: 47c 1/20/2023   submitted by   /u/Bath [link]   [comments]
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  49. Selling Stocks (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    A little backstory. I'm very new to the stock market. Last year I put $3k in eTrade and have been doing my research. I purchased 12 stocks I think are solid earners. I have now tripled my investment at about $8900. Now my questions is this: What is the best way to sell my stocks? I was thinking I'd skim off my profits and remove the $6k I made by selling a portion of the stocks of the companies that are doing well, and keep my initial $3k investment in the market and then diversify my portfolio a bit more. Or should I sell all the stocks of the companies that are doing well and wait for the stocks to dip, and then buy them again? So if I bought 100 shares XYZ at $50 and now they're at $150 per share, should I sell $100 worth and keep $50 in that stock? Or sell all $150 worth and wait for the dip? Sorry if this is an idiotic question.   submitted by   /u/gordothepin [link]   [comments]
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