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i sure hate to hear that after they took MyPillow out.

woke karma at it's finest.

i bet el chapo really had his sights set on the ketchup aisle
 

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ABML Hard to see how the big boys in recycleland don't crush them, but might be something there. The EV's are coming, that is for damn sure.
 

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Not sexy, but picked a full position for me of FIBK for my traditional banking bucket. Good dividend growth and potential upside from them buying GWB.
 

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I don't like the collapse in iron ore pricing caused by China, as they say, stay tuned. Good news for construction in the USA I guess.
 

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Buy opportunity of the next 5 years is happening in $SPY this week.

I personally will adjust my 401k limit from 30% to 45%
 

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Buy opportunity of the next 5 years is happening in $SPY this week.

I personally will adjust my 401k limit from 30% to 45%

I wouldn't be in a hurry, pretty big deviation from the 10 year line, it has room to fall. The market has been looking for a reason to correct, maybe the Chinese are good enough.

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Historical averages show this is about as deep as we'll see. Maybe a few % more but that's unlikely.

Average returns from here are around 45% 5 years out.

Trillions in cash just sitting in U.S. bank accounts.

TLDR... $SPY 600s by 2026.
 
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Historical averages show this is about as deep as we'll see. Maybe a few % more but that's unlikely.

Average returns from here are around 45% 5 years out.

Trillions in cash just sitting in U.S. bank accounts.

TLDR... $SPY 600s by 2026.

If the stimulus bills pass, that is one way things could roll.

Here is a good article I read about all the cash sitting on the sidelines. Thumbnail: don't count on it.

 

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Noob question. What does the green line represent?

"The linear regression indicator uses trend lines to plot a straight line through prices that minimize the distances between the prices."

Some stocks correlate well and some are all over the place, but I like to see the direction that a stock is going. If it is deviating, why? Trying to figure out the "why" is something I enjoy doing a lot.

For example: A really nice dividend paying REIT that has a line trending down since the REIT was formed may indicate it is just paying back capital and isn't earning enough to support the dividend, generally, not a sustainable position.

Many other ways I use this line and dividend trends to filter through companies for where I am at in my investing life.
 

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holy **** today was brutaL ....I ponied up and bought more on the dip. this month is going to be bad but I am hoping the next few months we will see some gain. God bless us all ....
 

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I wasn’t even mad today, since i was a good boy and hopped on some $8.5 SQQQ calls at the bell…except when SPY went on it’s run this afternoon and i was trying to sell…Robinhood went full retard and after canceling 7 orders, i rode that bitch from +70% back to 0%.

Transferring to Webull or TOS tomorrow.

It wasn’t even that much money, and the price wasn’t moving THAT fast…they should’ve easily sold. I will spend the rest of my days on the **** Robinhood train lol
 

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I wasn’t even mad today, since i was a good boy and hopped on some $8.5 SQQQ calls at the bell…except when SPY went on it’s run this afternoon and i was trying to sell…Robinhood went full retard and after canceling 7 orders, i rode that bitch from +70% back to 0%.

Transferring to Webull or TOS tomorrow.

It wasn’t even that much money, and the price wasn’t moving THAT fast…they should’ve easily sold. I will spend the rest of my days on the **** Robinhood train lol
ToS will turn you into a different animal; no joke. In a good way. That is when I went full retard, and learned my potential. Literally hours and hours studying companies and graphs. It is well worth the switch. The ToS charting is amazing. You can literally see the pump or dump. MACD, RSI, Bollinger, simple moving average etc.

Go online and learn how to use it. Just remember not to get cocky. I was a full time day trader. It was my job to trade on the stock exchange, Risking a lot of money. Making a **** load of money most of the time but when you get a bad week....it's like taking a dildo in the ass LOL. day trading is risky, and takes a lot of skill, and a lot of balls, I would not **** with it. Swing trading is also on the risky side.

Nowadays I run a few business ventures and invest my money by "setting and forgetting" IE 401k, roth IRA, and individual brokerage in large cap companies like apple, msft, amzn, FB, etc. The day trading shit is too crazy for me, especially when I am rolling the dice on options. Overall I made a lot of money on these trades but the risk involved is quite high and I would rather take the overall yearly growth with the dividend to increase the portfolio value. Again, emphasizing mega cap stocks and large cap stocks, or s&p500.

For overall gain you want good ETF funds, like sp500 finds and tech funds. The sp500 funds are a really good pick for the next 20 to 30 years.

our market is still currently bullish. The fed bank is pumping tons and tons of money. That's good for now, coupled with the low housing interest rates. I fear the day when our housing rates increase, which they will., and it wont be a slow thing. Usually September is the worst month for stocks, out of the entire year. I hope Oct and and Nov give us some bullish results. I cringed today, but bought a lot more stocks. Again the moral here is buy low, and sell high.

QQQ and tech will never be stopped. For long term holds techs are going to dominate, I promise you. Mega caps ie Google, Amazon, Msft, aapl, if there is a down turn they will already have invested money in electric vehicles, electric home energy, and artificial intelligence. at this point all my bets are in technology. I have seen the 80s and I have seen our tech now, there is no way that is going to stop.

If I was starting from the beginning (which I am not) I would pump 100% of my money into tech and Artificial intelligence, as well as crypto. This is the new way of making millionaires and billionaires. I have about 20-25% of my net worth into crypto. I ride it like a rollercoaster. But when bitcoin hits 150k, And Ethereum 20k, I'm going to cash out and glad I held onto it. You can't win if you don't play, and you can't win if you don't hold your hand. Been doing this shit 20 years straight if I'm broke when I die at least I tried. my 2 cents gents take is as you like, Im not a professional financial advisor and all of my statements are for entertainment purposes only =)
 

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