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      01-11-2019, 06:25 PM   #89
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Did you guys buy any RELI? Up 15% today, that's just the beginning of the next run, they're going to PR a large real estate deal soon... float is locked.
Your 10 year old stock M3 and a screenshot of your "technical analysis"

If you're getting 400% returns you should be driving something a little more... sophisticated.

Having said that, im gonna look into RELI ...bro
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      01-11-2019, 06:26 PM   #90
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so i'm a total newbie to investing in stock market individually
(have only had robo-managed accounts before)
i just joined Robinhood and threw a little money in there to test the waters

of course i got in right before the massive dropoff in October .. then everything recovered ... just to take a dump again this week

anyway
i thought it'd be fun to share our favorite stock picks ... act like we can predict the future
and just share experiences and discuss investment strategies


one of my biggest failures as a newbie in the past couple of weeks?
selling CVS stock the day before dividends were paid out
lol
that's how new i am

should have just held onto CVS as it's been gaining steadily while most other stocks are tanking

(if you want a referral link so we can both get a free stock in some company, please message me)
Did you guys buy any RELI? Up 15% today, that's just the beginning of the next run, they're going to PR a large real estate deal soon... float is locked.
did you delete your previous comments or were they deleted by a mod?
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Did you guys buy any RELI? Up 15% today, that's just the beginning of the next run, they're going to PR a large real estate deal soon... float is locked.
Your 10 year old stock M3 and a screenshot of your "technical analysis"

If you're getting 400% returns you should be driving something a little more... sophisticated.

Having said that, im gonna look into RELI ...bro
The only thing I need a chart for is estimating buy zones... framing the opportunity is based on fundamentals.
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If i were a newbie I would dollar cost average into a balanced global fund. $500-50,000 per month (whatever fits your financial situation) without selling until I needed the money (as a last resort).
Clown advice will turn your $5k into $5,500 in 20yrs lmfao
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      01-11-2019, 07:10 PM   #93
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Clown advice will turn your $5k into $5,500 in 20yrs lmfao
Any other advice you can give us?
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      01-11-2019, 08:46 PM   #94
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Yea yea yea... I read the same penny pumping bs on the Yahoo finance boards and elitetrader.

Do not buy penny stocks. End of discussion.

If you want to gamble, go to vegas and get free food/entertainment, otherwise the only ones making money in penny stocks are insiders and your broker. If you've heard of the strategy I've read the book and did the math (quant, fundamental, technical, long/short, squeezes, options, blah blah blah). Recommendation stands: diversify in a balanced fund and add to it systematically. Don't believe the hype.

"The road to riches is paved with dead bodies." Think of rhe long game and be disciplined.

Now, let's see more of that sweet stock 10 year-old M3 those amazing 400% trades allowed you to buy.
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      01-11-2019, 11:19 PM   #95
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Did you guys buy any RELI? Up 15% today, that's just the beginning of the next run, they're going to PR a large real estate deal soon... float is locked.
Your 10 year old stock M3 and a screenshot of your "technical analysis"

If you're getting 400% returns you should be driving something a little more... sophisticated.

Having said that, im gonna look into RELI ...bro
"Nothing runs 400%" he said, "put your $5k in a global investment fund" he said...
With 5k portfolio you are not making money either way...

It's hard to make money trading penny stocks cause the volume is low and bid/ask spread is large. Larger trades move the market. Fun to trade a few dollars and brag about your gains, but not a good long term investment strategy.

I would have to see your P&L statement.. the unrealized gains are not really worth a lot when you have huge daily price swings.
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Did you guys buy any RELI? Up 15% today, that's just the beginning of the next run, they're going to PR a large real estate deal soon... float is locked.
Your 10 year old stock M3 and a screenshot of your "technical analysis"

If you're getting 400% returns you should be driving something a little more... sophisticated.

Having said that, im gonna look into RELI ...bro
"Nothing runs 400%" he said, "put your $5k in a global investment fund" he said...
With 5k portfolio you are not making money either way...

It's hard to make money trading penny stocks cause the volume is low and bid/ask spread is large. Larger trades move the market. Fun to trade a few dollars and brag about your gains, but not a good long term investment strategy.

I would have to see your P&L statement.. the unrealized gains are not really worth a lot when you have huge daily price swings.
Lol you are pal, a lot of money. You just don't have the chops for it jealous boy.
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Worth a read, amusing. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/14/o...gtype=Homepage
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Females tend to be more buy and hold vs. male timing the market so that makes sense.
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Guys, what is more profitable now - forex, stock markets, cryptocurrency?
Definitely crypto and forex. Unlimited upside.
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kicking myself for looking at DISNEY call options for cheap (out of the money, 1 week out)... and not getting any
totally missed out
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      08-21-2019, 12:05 PM   #102
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does anyone play ? I'm a day trader with TDA and Robinhood. Haven't seen anyone speak on this much so...here it is.
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      08-21-2019, 12:14 PM   #103
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I have about 2/3 of my total savings invested in the market. I make trades quarterly on average. Usually it's just to purchase additional shares or re-invest shares that are under performing from what I expected.

Day trading is essentially gambling. The market has already factored in the data you are just now hearing about via large IB's, etc. If you think you spot a trend, it's already been capitalized on.

If you want to play and see where it takes you, you are welcome to it, but it is a poor way to wealth.
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      08-22-2019, 05:20 AM   #104
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I have about 2/3 of my total savings invested in the market. I make trades quarterly on average. Usually it's just to purchase additional shares or re-invest shares that are under performing from what I expected.

Day trading is essentially gambling. The market has already factored in the data you are just now hearing about via large IB's, etc. If you think you spot a trend, it's already been capitalized on.

If you want to play and see where it takes you, you are welcome to it, but it is a poor way to wealth.

I respect you, and the statement you have provided because i know everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Needless to say i have been quite successful in my returns. I love poker, So gambling it is. If your ever on Stock.twits or any platform within groups that discuss "Hot Picks" let me know.

S/N: Just made BIG gains off of TGT(Target) Call option around $82 went up 20% to $103..
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      08-22-2019, 07:06 AM   #105
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I respect you, and the statement you have provided because i know everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Needless to say i have been quite successful in my returns. I love poker, So gambling it is. If your ever on Stock.twits or any platform within groups that discuss "Hot Picks" let me know.

S/N: Just made BIG gains off of TGT(Target) Call option around $82 went up 20% to $103..
Again, you are welcome to continue enjoying the 'fun' of it all. Just don't expect it to generate healthy returns over the long run.

As in gambling, eventually, the house always wins.

Of course - what do I know, right? Certainly my credentials don't have any weight here?

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Again, you are welcome to continue enjoying the 'fun' of it all. Just don't expect it to generate healthy returns over the long run.

As in gambling, eventually, the house always wins.

Of course - what do I know, right? Certainly my credentials don't have any weight here?

Lol Sir not saying your wrong or trying to start a debate but still... i appreciate the feedback. Going on 3 years in option trading still enjoying the "fun". As Always stay blessed and continue living your best life. Aint going back and forth wit ya. Agreed your rep means nothing to me outside of this Website/App. Good Day
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Lol Sir not saying your wrong or trying to start a debate but still... i appreciate the feedback. Going on 3 years in option trading still enjoying the "fun". As Always stay blessed and continue living your best life. Aint going back and forth wit ya. Agreed your rep means nothing to me outside of this Website/App. Good Day
Wasn't speaking of any 'rep' with respect to the forums. Just saying that most of the details here are anonymous and you never really know what someones credentials, education, or employment might be outside of here. Sometimes you might want to consider that a person recommending something or giving advice might have more knowledge than you expect. That is all.

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Wasn't speaking of any 'rep' with respect to the forums. Just saying that most of the details here are anonymous and you never really know what someones credentials, education, or employment might be outside of here. Sometimes you might want to consider that a person recommending something or giving advice might have more knowledge than you expect. That is all.

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Understood, Never once did i put a limitation nor insult your intelligence. But from a Quarterly trader to someone like me Day Trading i personally don't believe your input would sacrifice being that we are from two different standpoints. As i said i believe your statement amongst us "Day Traders" to be untrue. yet this is also just my personal opinion. I believe you mean well and have good guidance in the field your a pursuing within the stock market. All Love
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I have only been playing around in the stock market for a few years so I really don't have much advice, but I do have a little story. When I first started out I put some money in a company called Shopify. I bought 65 shares at $67.58. I got flustered when it was at $110.96 and was excited to make a few grand so I pulled it out. Shopify is now at $384...
I guess my novice advise is that you are probably not smarter than everyone else and you should just stay calm. If you are playing with individual stocks for short term gains on the side of a real job, treat it as a hobby not a retirement plan.
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Again, you are welcome to continue enjoying the 'fun' of it all. Just don't expect it to generate healthy returns over the long run.

As in gambling, eventually, the house always wins.
Totally agree. Very very very few will get rich, much less have a significant portfolio by day trading. I couldn't imagine the complexity of filing my taxes too if I were day trading. What a nightmare.

Investing is REALLY simple assuming:

1) You're patient and in it for the long haul
2) You select a few well chosen index funds, stocks, bonds (you don't need some massive portfolio)
3) You're not a get rich quick type
4) You get started early and put in as much as you can afford
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