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NASDAQ:AMD / 117
Try trading more predictable stocks, ones you can rely on for technical analysis being honored. AAPL, AMD, AFRM, RIVN, LCID, RBLX, etc. I know these are higher priced, but if you have an account with margin, you can buy more shares than your account value depending on your broker. MARGIN is risky! It’s still a bearish market, and will continue because of the feds talking about inflation. Once we get confirmation of a market reversal, “gappers” will be winners. Until then I wouldn’t touch momentum trading
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:54:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:50:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I hope AMD has solid earnings because chipmakers have been trending favorably lately. Also interested in DR Horton as a shareholder and the other homebuilders reporting. With rising costs and supply chain issues, I am most interested in seeing if they can hold their margins

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:39:38 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Jim Cramer said on his show to Short ARKs / get SARK. ARK will rally up confirmed. EDIT: Ohhe just recommended to buy AMD. I'm extranext week. Thanks, Jim

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:46:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Obviously the markets (and the economy) are wildly complicated in general. I feel like it's dumbed down to be either bullish or bearish sentiment, but it's really much more than that. In the past two years we have seen massive inflows of capital due to investing being more widely available to the masses (commission free, smartphone apps etc), and I think much of this capital isn't necessarily taken out of the markets, but more-so reshuffled to other companies during drops. I think it's more common for older generations to pull the plug on a whole portfolio and move it all in to defensive mode during a drop, whereas newer investors are more likely to average down or sell individual holdings in order to double down on higher conviction growth. I've literally been doing exactly this, just sold SentinelOne (what theis that p/s, what was I thinking?) to throw more in to "smarter" investments such as MSFT, AMD, CROX, MU etc. I believe it's important to remember that while sentiment does have an impact on the market, it follows fundamentals. If you buy fundamentally strong companies with a strong balance sheet, those investments will go up. If you buy companies running purely on meme fuel and "hope", you're statistically more likely to lose money, and I'd consider myself bearish for those kinds of investments. Other factors, like inflation, war, a pandemic; these are opportunities to buy, in my opinion

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:19:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
This week is going to hint at whether the rotation from growth into value is here to stay or if this time isn’t really different at all. I’ve been working at growth tech for 20 years and investing in it for the past 10 years. I’m biased to think growth will always win in the end. I’m also conscious of the young IPO/SPAC/no-revenue bubble mania. That being said, there
*is such a thing as well run growth companies.* In varying degrees and stages of growth, AMD, PayPal, Google, Meta, Spotify, Amazon, Snapchat, Pinterest, Unity, EA, Qualcomm and Fortinet all fall on such category. Then there’s the Microstrategies of the world

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:22:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
How do we feel about AMD? At around $100 it looks like a buy to me

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:25:18 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Fingers crossed on AMD. Oh, please be good! I should note that my brokerage account is 40% Apple and 15% AMD, largely because I've owned them a long time and they've been good to me

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:33:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD will be huge for chips
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:43:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It’s actual current PE after the update is probably 40 now, not 32, Q4 2020 had a tax effect that increased EPS that quarter by 1$, they could do it one more time with what they have left over but it overstates operational earnings. That said, bull case is that AMD canfrom 23% of X86 to 40% over the next 5 years, driven by data center, with strong growth from gpu and console as well, on top of that xillinx will help leverage datacenter GPU growth. This means around 10 billion in profit (25% yoy) with enough growth left for a PE around 20, giving annualized returns around 10% without further stock repurchases which may occur due to good FCF generation, so it can outperforms the overall market if it pulls this off. Thing to watch is their chip supply, which has handcuffed that growth and given Intel more time. The Adler lake chips outperform on desktop but it’s hard to see intel catching up in data center. Adler lake vs Ryzen 6000 in notebooks, Intel has an edge, but the better power efficiency and igpu of Ryzen should keep AMD in the game and continue market share gains. I own some AMD but sold half in dec due to that, much higher risk, and lower risk premium and better competition from Intel then it has had in the past few years. It’s got strong upside, but with it is fairly decent risk. The chip shortages have bought intel time. If you buy, don’t let it get to more than 5% of your portfolio

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:30:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
This guy talking about 25% yoy 2022 is going to have his socks blown off. All this conjecture about chip shortage is premature, tsmc has dramatically increased supply and regards AMD as a preferred customer. AMD is Intel's enemy, who is also tsmc's adversary. Tsmc maybe can't give amd everything it wants, but it will get some preferential treatment. AMD is killing it. Intel is only selling when and runs out of chips in data center. AMD is raising prices and demand remains. AMD is going to increase it's margins to 54% q4 21 or q1 22. Absolutely shambolic underestimation by the market. 100 is a steal. A month from now we who purchased will be laughing at thewho sold below 130

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:41:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AMD Only the Xilinx portion has had earnings come out, but surely the AMD portion will follow on Tuesday in a big way
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:36:45 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:27:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
In the last 6 months, Pypl is down 42%, AMD is down 35%, Nvidia is down 30%, and CRM is down almost 30%. Not sure these are smart choices, they look more like recent mistakes. On top of that, paypal is not run by a smart leader, I wouldn't touch them with a ten foot pole, Nvidia is suffering from the bad ARM deal which could still haunt them, and AMD is performing similarly bad as other growth stocks

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:22:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I bought 600 shares of AMD at $100 and sold at $75. I felt like a ret*rd

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:43:50 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yes exactly. Buying at small pullbacks to the 10 Day on the way up on winners is sensible. I rode Microsoft up like that all 2021 and divested of my last shares at $325. I tried a few chip stocks like ANET and AMD in December at proper buy points and stopped out at 4-5% or so when they weren’t acting right, and I’m happy I’m in cash and not down 30% in those now

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:49:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:49:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Well it's Nvidia and not AMD so it should be green

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:13:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
He's on AMD now? Coke was bad enough.

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:44:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Just bought AMD 2 days agothis guy really wants to see the world burn
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:09:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I have an AMD CPU and GPU. I've been really happy with both

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:57:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
all memes aside, Goldman just reaffirmed their price target at 170. Here's a note from their equity research: "AMD (Buy, on the Conviction List): We believe TSMC's comments on the HPC, and more specifically on CPU and GPU, bode well for AMD. As we highlighted in our 2022 sector outlook report (here), AMD is our top pick within our coverage universe with our 2022/2023 earnings estimates materially above Street expectations (Exhibit 3). We believe the market remains under-appreciative of AMD’s 1) design win momentum, particularly in server CPU (across cloud and enterprise customers); 2) potential acceleration in supply growth (as a result of proactive co-investments made by AMD); 3) upside to gross margins (driven by inter- and intra-segment mix); 4) opex leverage; and ultimately, 5) forward EPS trajectory. Similar to the last few years, we expect positive earnings revisions to drive the stock higher as we progress through the year. Our 12-month price target of $170 is unchanged and is based on 43x our 2022E non-GAAP EPS (incl. SBC) estimate of $3.96. Key downside risks to our investment thesis and price target include, 1) a weaker-than-expected PC market backdrop (note our 2022/2023 earnings estimates assume a PC CPU TAM that is down 10%/2% yoy, respectively), 2) aggressive pricing/marketing tactics by Intel, 3) execution on the technology/product roadmap, and 4) supply constraints (note, we expect availability of ABF substrates to improve over the coming quarters, although they will most likely remain a gating factor through at least 1H22
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:18:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Cramer kind of played a key role in my opinion putting AMD on the map again when they were still trading in the sub $10 range. And he's always happy to give Lisa Su air time

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:49:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD out of business confirmed

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:58:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Oh this is good. I was wondering how to play AMD earnings

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:33:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Oh godit. I just opened my app for the first time in months a couple days ago. I was expecting a bloodbath, but was shocked to find I was still in the green with my AMD and weed stock portfolio. I was thinking of closing out all my positions. I guess I should've when I had the chance

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:27:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Watch Monday AMD rise and start shorting the heck of it before 4pm! I made tons of money on the Cramer effect by shorting after he pumps
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:06:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
*looks at my 2213 shares of AMD with an average cost of 30 a share* Farewell my love

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:12:57 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Time to sell my AMD 🥲 it was a nice ride
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:04:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Short AMD, prepare for 50% drop in price
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:06:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
sake. I really thought AMD was a smart long term play
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:55:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:12:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Thanks for sharing this. I was planning to buy AMD this monday. Thanks for saving my money

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:56:21 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
It is a coin flip. Heads: AMD goes on to become 1st or 2nd trillion dollar semi Tails: Xi gloriously reunites China with Taiwan httpswww.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/setidp/tsm/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:56:28 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
. I have been holding AMD for months. Looks like I have to sell :(
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:10:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I made money off AMD bonds but sold them at a profit a while ago

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:53:01 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:51:50 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I think their earnings are going to be good, but in the long run AMD is going down. Prices for graphics cards are going to be down because of decreased interest and use in crypto, and Intel’s new processors are beating theout of AMD besides internal graphics. I actually believe in the things Intel are doing now, finally starting with graphics cards are nice, but earnings are low and their expansion big in these growthtimes

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:39:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Hes not always wrong. Just mostly. For the next year AMD will be fine unless China takes Taiwan

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:15:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
it - I was an AMD fan back when the stock was 3 USD sold it for a few hundred bucks profit Look at me now I'm selling paper!
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:21:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Isn’t AMD one of criminal Nancy’s picks?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:30:18 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Cramer on AMD? What drug is that
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:35:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I believe in AMD so I bought 10x leverage puts before close. Thank you daddy cramer!
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:38:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:51:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
ARRRGH when did he say that? Iam still waiting for the merge of Xilink and AMD. Pls no no no. I love AMD!(emote|free_emotes_pack|disapproval)
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:02:28 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD bottomed at like 99.40. Not defending Cramer but I’m amd long and it’s genuinely a good buy in right now
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:05:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
So bearish in here on AMD always inverse WSB. Su bae guna pop this on earnings
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:08:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
So I bought GOOG, GM, AMD and PYPL last week… howam I? 😅😅
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:08:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD was a great company.. Buy Nvidia &Intel?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:34:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I bought AMD last June when it was $81. I think I'm good for a while

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:39:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
First NVDA, now AMD. F Cramer

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:44:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I imagine there will be volatility with the all indexes for the next few months, but either way AMD is becoming a semiconductor behemoth. The recent growth has been extremely strong with a reasonable P/E ratio in the low 30s. NVidia has had comparable growth over the last few years and the P/E is very high in the 70s. Also, AMD has had massive volume for the past few months and they are about to close one of the largest acquisitions in the history of the semiconductor industry Cramer is most definitely a mad man, but last time he said buy AMD it was around $85 andto the $150s shortly after..

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:47:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I guess it’s time sell my AMD shares

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:50:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Buying AMD, SBUX, and GOOG before the bell
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:20:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I got into the stock market last week, got 10 shares of AMD, and since my bank transfer still hasn't completed after a week, I can't pull out without having a good faith violation. I'm

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:30:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
FYI Cramer has been bullish on AMD for a long time so it’s not new
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:29:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD has been a long play for me anyway. The goal is to have enough to play with options contracts so bring on the discount

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:19:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD will still go up,Cramer
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:43:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
My price target for AMD is $80. See you there in March

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:59:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD has been one of his main stocks for a longtime. Thisisaf
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:43:07 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Was just about to say the same. This seems like he either knows something and AMD is about to tank or he's just picking some more obvious picks and pointing to a graph

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:58:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD is only one that has a solution to chip shortage, everyone else is producing older cards. Long APUs maybe
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:44:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD bonds !(emote|t5_2th52|4271)
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:00:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Tell me you know nothing about how AMD and Intel actually make money, without telling me

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:36:07 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I agree GPU prices could see a correction, but AMD share of GPU is a bit sad at the moment, as they sacrificed GPU share to prioritise higher margin server. It will sting, but NVidia is way more exposed to this. Intel's new processor is decent (hardly beating thethough), especially the 12700 hitting the sweet spot for value, but in context of the expensive hardware you need to go with it, there's a reason it's not gaining traction as much as it might deserve. Look at Amazon top 10 CPU, still has Intel largely absent. By the time mainboard/RAM prices become more reasonable, AMD will have released their next generation

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:08:29 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
He’s been on AMD Since 5$
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:55:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Overlay the charts of Nvidia and AMD . They almost mirror one another but the difference is in the pricing as AMD is slightly less than half price of a Nvidia share . Catch my drift?
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:24:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
As I understand it, the latest Intel processors have similar benchmark performance to AMD while also being more power efficient. On top of that Intel is just about to try to break into the GPU market - which if the GPU shortage continues will be a huge opportunity for them

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:53:59 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
They are making their own chip factory which in a few years will allow them to not rely on supply chain for chips, which means they can meet market demand while AMD is on back order. The new cpus coming are supposed to be epic but that’s the CEO taking so meh. GPU market expansion can only help them not hurt. They are poised for growth in the next 3-5 years
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:05:22 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
LOL comment above yours said "decreased interest because of course we're going back to side scrolling games and potato graphics, where machines need more human input, not less, and content creation will go back to paper and pencil and oil pant because who needs Adobe, right? What few people seem to understand about companies trying to catch up is that they have to make mistakes on their way catching up. AMD and NVIDIA have already learned from their mistakes or errors in production and are already working on their next generation of products. Intel working on their 1st gen of GPUs that are somewhat comparable to AMD and Nvidia (debatable) ensures they will have to make mistakes on the way first meaning they will never catch up to AMD and Nvidia. Intel should just stick to what it does best makepoor-man chips for the non-tech savvy and leave the serious stuff for the big boys

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:25:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You're on both sides of the argument, if chip demand is up, AMD is too. Intel's earnings already confirmed AMD is going to have a good quarter

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:14:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
PLEASE DONT LISTEN TOLIKE THIS ON WSB. I try to save ya'll time and time again. DO NOT SELL YOUR AMD BECAUSE OF THIS POST. AMD has earnings on Tuesday and have literally not missed earnings in 2 years. They are one of the strongest performers in the semiconductor industry. We are in the middle of a chip shortage that's not lessening and everything needs chips. EVERYTHING. They also JUST got approval from China for the XLNX aquisition. I tried to inform everyone about TSM before earnings as well. Semis will be one of the strongest sectors this year. The ONLY way AMD is heading under 100 is if market sells off again. Then we're all doomed either way. But SPY and QQQ both finally broke their downtrends

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:23:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
What about the past year says "fundamentals matter"? We are long overdue for a big correction, bigger than what we already are experiencing. If AMD is already finding itself at the $100 mark, and we still have a long way to go given the rate hikes this year (remember, everything moves together, it's rare for any particular stock to completely ignore general market trends) then $80 is an extremely fair and even lenient price target for what's to come in the next few months

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:38:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD and NVIDIA are most of the time running in the same direction. Just like moderna and biontec

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:04:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Alder Lake is more efficient than previous Intel generations, and has come closer to AMD on raw performance, but AMD is still far more power efficient (performance/power ratio). httpschipsandcheese.com/2022/01/28/alder-lakes-power-efficiency-a-complicated-picture/
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:50:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Hopefully AMD APU production starts up soon, with the GPU shortage that's bound to be a hot product. Other than that, Intel is starting to catch up again. 12th gen is pretty good, but idk if it'll be enough to regain their lead
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:47:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
They're just as reliant as before, nobody loses pre booked capacity during shortages. They just may not be able to get more capacity on demand. Which is exactly the same as Intel, they can't conjure up additional capacity on demand, they have to plan out capacity years in advance. Whatever capacity AMD wants 2-3 years out from now, they can get. That's why TSMC was still able to accommodate Intelyou give them enough lead time and they will expand as necessary

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:54:29 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You are actually. Solid continued EPS and revenue growth year in, year out. While AMD is a fantastic company keeping INTC honest, INTC is still the $78B behemoth king. They're trading at a
9 PE** this week. I love Su Bae but AMD was not worth the 180 PE it was trading at

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:25:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
May I introduce you to AMD the stock that goes down when it has a good ER

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:32:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
We are overdue for a correction, but even during the dot com crash, companies with solid revenue growth were spared theof it. Microsoft post 2000 had it's P/E bottom out at around 20. At some point fundamentals kick in. AMD is not Microsoft, but actually they have stronger revenue growth expected for next year (Microsoft only had around 10% revenue growth). Now if you believe AMD revenue growth could be flat or negative for the coming year, fair enough there is no guide for how low it can go. What do you expect their 2022 revenue to be in a roughcase scenario? Alternatively find me a tech company with revenue growth of over 25% for several consecutive years (including forward guidance), that had a P/E below 20, even at thedepths of past crashes. Genuinely interested to know if such an example exists, not easy for me to find this information. I know there cannot be a firm floor, but I'm seeking real world data to establish a sound estimate, that isn't arbitrary

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:47:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD's desktop cpus are actually 2 years old at this point. AMD will have a new lineup in a new socket later this year. Still, under 48 I picked up some intel for the dividend pop and see it to over 50

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:55:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
From what I’ve read Its a short term win, as next node Ryzens will be dropping later this year and Intel won’t have an answer to those for years. I don’t count Intel out though, not a bad idea to grab a little each Intel, AMD, Nvidia, though the only CEO I like is AMD
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:16:50 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Just looking at the picture shows he's just throwing as muchon the wall as he can. Exxon and GM with AMD and Alphabet? With Paypal and Starbucks? Oil, auto, semiconductors, software, fintech, retail. I don't think a random dart board with every company on the S&P500and 6 darts could pick as wide of a spread of sectors as this list, and I'm not convinced that its not how he picks these every day in the first place

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:20:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD has no new products to significantly boost their revenue coming out for the majority of this year with MAYBE a new series of CPUs at the last quarter of the year. Coupled with serious competition from Intel this time around, and what's setting up to be a pretty bad year in general for everyone, I don't expect AMD to hold these levels. That's why I find $80 to be a fair price target

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:18:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Yup. Also Intel did catch up and even slightly surpass AMD in single thread performance. But in order to accomplish that they basically added more cylinders to the engine. Basically their performance cores are much larger than AMD's Zen cores. So this is why on the consumer desktop end it may appear as Intel has reached parity. But when it comes to servers they are nowhere near. Since AMD can just pack way more of their smaller more efficient Zen cores which perform almost as well as Intel's larger P cores and since AMD can deliver more of them, it makes the CPU's total performance higher. Not only that, since AMD has mastered the chiplet technology they can do it all at much better yields. AMD's next Zen4 architecture is around the corner, arriving later this year. And so far AMD's track record has been really strong in terms of improving performance each generation. If you got questions about AMD stock, come to /r/AMD_Stock It's full of people who are knowledgeable on all kinds of aspects of investing AMD. Daily thread is pretty good to ask questions in. There is also a top quality Catalyst thread mods maintain. It has a wealth of information in it as well. (I'm not affiliated with the sub, just visit it frequently)

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:11:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Found Jimmy's account. Intel has the server market locked thedown. All the news articles talking about AMD stealing that market share are fapping to a 1% gain from 7% to 8%. Intel owns the other 91% of that market. Need more proof? Walk into any server farm

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:44:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Their current flagship 12900 did break M1s benchmark at CES on gaming and single thread, multi thread data crunching, but could not beat it on designer applications like (Photoshop, Illustrator etc), their current competition also includes Windows ARM, same goes for AMD

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:55:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
>AMD has no new products to significantly boost their revenue coming out for the majority of this year with MAYBE a new series of CPUs at the last quarter of the year. I disagree. The majority of AMD's revenue and margin growth are going to be occurring in the Datacenter market, and not in the client segment. Milan and Milan-X are already selling extremely well, and I expect later in 2022 that Genoa and Bergamo will match or outperform Intel's Sapphire Rapids in most metrics (performance, density, power consumption, and TCO) while likely being significantly cheaper for AMD/TSMC to produce. AMD's growth will continue to be capacity constrained -- not just in wafers, but also in ABF substrate availability -- but shortages might be gradually relaxing during 2022. Depending on when exactly Genoa is released, it is possible there might be a brief interval when Intel could pull ahead, but this will likely be brief, maybe a few months. In the client segment, Alder Lake is performing very well, but there is some question as to how much it is costing Intel to manufacturer these rather large and monolithic chips, and this might be one of the contributors to Intel's recent deteriorating in margins. In contrast, AMD's client CPUs are thought to have extraordinarily good yields, so I don't think Intel is going to be able to put as much pressure on AMD here as you might think

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:43:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
People are talking about
*sales*, which AMD really are dominating right now. If you're looking at market share in a datacenter right now it's still predominantly Intel, but that's because that's lagging behind: most servers in a datacenter are not brand new

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:53:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Imagine how much new sales had to happen to move market share from near zero to 8% in a couple years. AMD is winning new sales

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:01:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD have the market for new server CPUs locked down, with Epyc being so much better than Intel’s offering Existing rigs are Intel, pretty much every new one is AMD Facebook are using Epyc for their Metaverse nonsense, so that tells you at least one massive company judged AMD to be better than Intel
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:12:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and now Facebook, all Epyc. Facebook is building the "metaverse" on Epyc. Tencent, buying 1m Epyc nodes. Baidu, Epyc. IBM Cloud Bare Metal, Epyc. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Epyc

*All* recent supercomputer buildouts, Epyc. I don't know where you get your numbers from, but in the third quarter of last year (quite a long time ago, now), 18% of shipped servers had an AMD CPU. It's probably closer to 30% now

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:46:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets

I would imagine that the vast majority of new sales is Intel, but only because AMD is completely supply constrained with much smaller capacity

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:37:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:36:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:55:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
2/1 is gonna be break or make: XOM, UPS, GM, PYPL, Alpha, AMD, SBUX
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:50:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD and QCOM pls save my beloved SOXL
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:33:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Too many here praying for AMD to save them. Will look at puts monday
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:51:28 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD and Qualcomm ALL IN GO HARD OR TO WENDYS
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:05:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD earnings please save my -50% LEAPS
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:47:50 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
! I want buy AMD calls
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:23:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD beat its last 3 earnings, but knowing myluck along with this bs market im sure id still lose money on it
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:11:54 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD the play and buy of the decade rn… 23x PE 2022… nasty deal
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:47:18 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD will tank on earnings no matter the outcome. It always does
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:03:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Interested especially in AMD and Snap!
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:13:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
BUY AMD, PAYPAL &FORD FOR EARNINGS. PROFIT TARGETS ARE 128, 178, 24.3 RESPECTIVELY THE ORACLE HAS SPOKEN THANK ME LATER
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 08:00:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD has been far superior to Intel for quite some time. Isnt Intel still struggling with .10 and 13 micron whilst AMD perfected .07 ??
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:15:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I know what he said but AMD is really great buy at this point I expect the bottom at 90 to 100 before my opinion very positive earnings

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:27:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Cramer has been bullish on AMD for long time so that’s one thing he got it right
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:51:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Fair. AMD gpus are. You are either fanboy or blind to say otherwise. ATI has always been the B-brand. And nothing has changed. I have one(rx6800) and benchmarks say the same, they arent near nvidia in any way. The reason they are selling at all is the shortage. Lets not mention the Vega 64 fuckening that all the team red boys forgott(sent out cards withperformancelow price to then rise the price after reviewers gave them best price/performance) While they are able to sellexpensivly i might add, Intel is gonna take the mid GPU segment with its own foundrys, and thats a better price per unit sold. While they are gaining in server market and dominating the desktop cpu market, its gonna change with alder lake. This year is the last year intel is cheap(THEstock). They are gonna milk bigLittle for all its worth, the Intel way. Also, new factory in Italy. Case closed in EU court. There couple more stuff talking for Intel but I am on mobile and itto type this much

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:26:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Their problem is that they don’t make semiconductors, they design semiconductors. TSMC et al are the ones that make AMDs chips. The foundries are short on capacity and raising prices across the board. That hits both bottom line and the ability tosales

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:38:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Alright I take back my initial comment, you make some good points. Maybe you're right. Guess time will tell. I still think AMD has a lot of potential but I appreciate the countering point of view

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:57:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Agree. I made money on AMD in at 80 out 130. Its not a bad company, its just that competitions future looks better right now, to me i might add. Still dont knowabout. Lets not forgett Amazon is making own cpu for datacenters. Limits the epyc growth. I am still saying, 80 bucks is a very good price if you wanna ride the year. IMO

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 08:06:59 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Analysts gave a higher revenue expectation than what AMD even forecasted. Their earnings need to benear perfect

KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:31:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Pour one out for my AMD bros. !(emote|t5_2th52|4266)
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:35:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMD DATE : Sun Jan 30 08:56:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:TA / 83
right, i honestly dont think any TA applies to crypto at all
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:15:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
I have yet to see any TA that was right about crypto..

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:41:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
crypto is actually the best asset class for TA. Over the last 5 years i haven been amazed at how perfectly crypto regularly touches TA significant points for reversals. Nothing is absolute, trading is 1million shades of gray. put yourself in positions where your r/R is in your favor so that you can get "lucky" If you dont think TA works in crypto you are doing your TA wrong. You can disagree with me and stay poor, or up your game. i dont care about you

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:04:38 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
“I can’t define TA but I know it when I see it.” - Justice Potter Stewart
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:29:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Do you have any advice for crypto TA? I'm looking to day trade it

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:29:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
i was just saying ive never seen any TA that was right, not trying to argue im just saying ive never seen any accurate prediction on crypto or any actual DD. show me that TAtalking about

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:08:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Look up cottoncandyta on YouTube. He primarily trades crypto and has a VERY long and VERY detailed course on how to do TA right

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:53:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
nah link me the TA that predicted any crypto movement, did they predict the recent drop? Just because somebody is drawing lines and using big words doesnt mean. Link me some TA that was posted that turned out right. If its everywhere then it should be easy to link it otherwiseabout TA
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:56:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
See, that's where you're wrong. TA doesn't
*predict* anything. But if you want some examples: Look at how often the price bounced on either side of the 42k line between January 21 and now. Also, the 33k where BTC stopped the recent down movement is the exact point of a line from the July low parallel to the two recent all time highs

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:08:29 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
mf TA is supposed to guide your trades, im done here lmao
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:12:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
People like this will never understand that TA shouldn't be used as absolute truth, but instead a way to gauge the likelihood of how the price action will play out. There's no sense in arguing your point to someone who only deals in right or wrong

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:56:38 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
I can tell you that my TA is really good. My execution is poor. Average on a good day. There are 2 parts to this journey so if you have the strategy that's great. You still gotta execute

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:22:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
TA is always relevant, to every market. Earnings are just like any other news, increased volatility but continuing the trend

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:25:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Well I'm only referring to before earnings, so you answered it thanks. Yes, I also agree that once the move is done TA is back to normal
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:54:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:12:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Tesla and Apple have the largest China exposure, you cant capture this in TA. CCP ban hammering Tesla like what Trump did to Huawei will wipe like 50% overnight
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:43:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It's only astrology if you are trying to make predictions - that's where you TA iS AsTrOlOgY people just don't get it- TA is about recognizing zones with high risk to reward ratios and areas where volume will come in (volume precedes price). It's really an If/ Then thing- if price does this here I do this. Charts are just price over time, don't over think it

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:16:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
OP does seem to be predicting what the price action will do tho. Using it for data or entry/exit is fine but people who think TA is some crystal ball typeannoy me

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:08:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
just watch and see how this plays out. the 1 time out of 100 it actually plays out, TA gets glorified like a prophet. Nobody cares about the 99 times it didnt play out. That's what i realized after years of thinking TA was important. Is it good for entry/exit? maybe but ive done far better speculating that a stock will go up or down than following TA. no offense

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:05:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I don’t think you’re wrong to say that TA has a place in trading and identifying trends. But I very much would conflate the phrase “outdated metrics of value” to a sign of a bubble. People said the same thing in the dotcom and 1920s bubbles. “Valuations don’t matter etc The amount of money a company makes, its profit, will always be the only metric of value that really matters. All other metrics are built around this. None of these are outdated at all, and to think they are just shows inexperience. It’s perfectly valid to enter/exit trades to catch momentum derived from TA, but do not try to sugarcoat that strategy as “investing” in anything more than speculation

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:45:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Dude what. If you post TA here you're gonna get told it's all crayons and crystalwhich I get but don't totally subscribe to. But you drew the top with 2 touches in 70 years, and 2 touches on the bottom in 10 years with nothing since 1942? That's the weakest TA I've ever seen. That says absolutely nothing

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:42:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Actually based upon your TA spy is ready for a breakout. After the .com bubble spy made a series of lower highs and lower lows culminating in the financial crisis. Since that point Spy has been making a series of higher highs and higher lows with increasing volume to support the trend

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:36:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is astrology for men…This chart is beyond

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:46:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA also says usually on the 3rd attempt, it breaks resistance. This is the 3rd attempt

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:28:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Your TA witchcraft is irrefutable. Not only do you have a whole 3 touches on your trend line with the
*most* touches, you've even included ones from a hundred years ago. I'm selling everything. Thank you for saving us

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:39:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You do realize the slope of the channel would be materially lower had we not broken out in the 80s… What makes you think this can’t be a similar scenario? This is why TA is

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:49:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
If you look at the pre dot com data, that's exactly what happened. Picking the 20s peak and the dot com peak is totally arbitrary. If you draw a line between 29 and 90, the dot com boom was way above the channel. It's just TA, it's not real, it can't hurt you

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:18:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
That’s pretty much all TA is
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:48:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:22:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
This is how all TA is done lmao. That's exactly why TA is nonsense. If TA was real, no one would lose money

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:08:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:51:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
When someone shows me a TA that correctly predicted covid I'll start believing in it. Until then, sorry but the real world isn't obligated to conform to some lines you drew on a graph

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:14:54 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I’m afraid you don’t know what TA is God bless
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:44:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
i think the idea with the 100y trendline is to work the trendline up mathematically algos know the TA and resist
*hard* 🧐 if enough believe it's real it's real but yeah, /u/cbass37's TA clips the 2000 peak for no reason it seems
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:35:50 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is Astrology for Investors. I've never once seen a single TA ever, on any sub, in any discord server, or even on any professional website, that was accurate more than 50% of the time. and if you're only right 50% of the time, you're just guessing

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:13:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Yeah but now add more TA lines and adjust the scale and colors. Completely different

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:22:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
The main reason TA works for short term traders is that it helps define rules to your strategy, which will eliminate emotions, which is primarily why traders lose money

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:33:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA literally only works if enough people believe it works and make it a self-fulfilling prophecy
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:42:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I hear this all the time and it astounds me as someone that does TA. I have charts dating back a couple of years that are still producing accurate results. TA isn’t predicting the future it’s a mere support and resistance aka liquidity at specific price points. Historically when Aapl goes to 137 it has more buyers then sellers. Now depending on how many times we keep going back to 137 the probability increases that the sellers would outnumber the buyers eventually. That’s basically what TA is. It’s right a heck of a lot more time than 50%

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:58:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
If you’re looking at “a single TA” (whatever you define that as), then yes, you are going to be disappointed. Also, keep in mind that TA tells you things like when a trend reversal is likely to happen, where resistance / support will occur, etc. it will not tell you the price an asset will reach

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:05:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Idk man. On a short enough timescale TA is basically mapping out supply and demand. On a longer time scale it's probably bunk or basically a lesser risky purchase moment. If say index is going down, and you have 401k inflows given to an institutional buyer now they have a big purchase to make. Maybe for some reason a large enough amount of people bought at a level or that large order was half filled and other people basically saw it and front ran before it conpleted, and it pushed the price up briefly and now is approaching that level again. If you seeing buying again at that level it produces a w. Some amount of shorts will be buying to cover since it's tried twice and not gone down. So typically the W's will be followed by a rally, absent overwhelmingly bearish sentiment

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:18:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Ppl who lost money thinking TA was a predictive tool instead of a measuring one are mad. It’s worth getting familiar w it he basics. Don’t treat it as a promise and you won’t be a bitter “HoRoSCopEs!” guy
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:10:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
This is why it works lmao. You think horoscopes arein a room full of believers? I promise when something goes missing they’ll blame theif there’s a full moon they gotta keep their eye on theetc… The charts tell a story. TA has helped me immensely. GL haters

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:08:28 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is not just data. It’s one’s analysis of the data. That’s the A in TA. And how someone chooses to use that analysis can either work (they make $) or not work (they lose $)

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:54:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Some company traded as TA? Or are you just drawing lines on a screen?
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:15:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
The only true TA applies to this stock - Cramer keeps telling people to sell it Always inverse Cramer
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:08:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Sorry this is a longer post, I am explaining exactly what happened that day and something you misunderstood/misread about the report. I
**bolded** some important parts I guess. **If you actually read the report and not just the title of the WSB thread you'd have seen that the shorts were pretty much gone by January 26 Jan 28 was the day selling was frozen as reference. This means the vast majority shorts exited everywhere from the $30 range to the $140 range. Also keep in mind it spent 4 days at around $40 and then it took 2 days where it was at the 60-80 range. It wasn't until the 26th we saw a hyper level of gains jumping from 88 to 147 that day. Articles started being written over the weekend after it hit $65 on a Friday. The next Monday it opened in the 80s, then Tuesday was over 150, then Wednesday broke 400 briefly. **Experienced traders knew the stock was coming down before the trading freeze began though. I'll explain this thought process below **From my own perspective, as someone who sold before Robinhood froze buying on Thursday the 28th, I saw there were some massivesigns However, a brand new person who just bought there first stock would be blindsided entirely by anything happening besides 'stonk go up' after the media articles brought attention and retail FOMOers said it was just up forever while parroting out-of-date DD. First, the volume was much lower than previous days. The volume that Wednesday ended at 93million, when the previous mega-gains days were at 197m, 177m, and 178m respectively. Remember those 4 days I mentioned earlier in the 40s? Before that, it was $31 for a day but had massive volume of 144m when it hit the $40 zone, over double the days before AND after it until the retail craze began. That was when many shorts likely exited. The 40-60 jump also had higher volume, indicating potentially more shorts exiting that Friday. **Volume is the number one thing that makes meme stocks moon. No volume = no moon Second, is gamma squeeze potential. I think gamma squeezing was the main driver behind the jump from 40-80 within a couple days. Lot of new strikes at small increments were added then alongside regular buying pressure at the time. When strikes were opened up to $900 inthe following days at far apart increments that kind of ruins the gamma squeeze potential. You need to have close-together increments and you need them to be in steps, especially near the money/at the money. When these strikes opened **people flooded into these uber-high strikes and the current strikes were already delta hedged so no more gamma squeeze was gonna happen Part of the high volume is delta hedging in these situations, so low volume ties into this one. **The report from the SEC only confirmed the above without going into such detail They confirmed what any trader worth their salt saw coming the day before the freeze. **Remember: the people pushing GME were the 7 million new members of WSB - not the OG people who likely already sold their positions before or during all this madness That's why the apes buy into such basic TA and theories - they don't get WHY what happened in January of 2021 happened. They don't actually know why it rose and they don't know why it fell. They live off theories made by fellow apes (aka people who dont know how stocks work) and TA done by people who can draw lines between highs and lows then look at the past chart aka the most basic TA in the entire industry. Weird how none of the TA for GME even mentions volume which is the only thing every large gap up has had in common. It's because no ape even notices things like that. They only notice the most basic lines on a chart that don't even work half the time. TA is a great way to start a theory but it is NEVER a good indicator on its own because it is literally astrology for men as the meme goes. Thanks for coming to my TED talk where I explain why apes wrong andI'll be here all week. Actually I won't because I don't much enjoy being shat on by apes for daring to speak from a point of knowledge that disagrees with their no-grounds-in-reality theories. Real quick edit: the jump from 40 back to the hundreds was likely the exact same situation as the original. Shorts holding on then leaving + gamma on new options. The reason it didn't last as long and dropped quick was new shorts opening and less retail FOMO since retail was already mostly bought in. Shorts went back to making money after GME's original rise up. They shorted at the top after losing millions on the way up. WSB didn't link those articles though because thatfor them to read

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:58:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA works as a tool, but doesn't work for tools

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:58:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is hepatomancy with crayons. If patterns were the whole story, basic AI’s would guarantee 100% returns in 100 trading days

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:24:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Only TA that I think works much of the time is supply/demand support/resistance and momentum
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:11:59 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
1. Don’t listen to YouTube gurus 2. TA works but is a statistical event and requires confirmation 3. Stop looking at RSI. Overbought / oversold can many times indicate trend strength and doesn’t necessarily indicate an imminent reversal

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:47:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
More than hundred years crowds of very motivated, very smart and talented people try to find a way to predict future price movement from previous. With no result. Maybe TA is a scam? It is very funny to see how different TA experts interpret one and the same graph differently. Every expert gives his own level of support. Every expert counts waves in his own way. They look like medieval scholars.

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:52:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA works when everyone believes it works

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:59:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You have defined confirmation bias very well. But not all TA is the same. It has its place. It's like a battery of medical tests. If all you're doing is a Rorschach inkblot test, the diagnosis is unlikely to be accurate. That's just my opinion. I'mremember
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:45:38 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
IMO TA has it's merits for short term only, I think of it as trading against the algos and tea leaf readers. I've never personally found success in reading charts for long term strategy, they simply don't provide enough information

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:02:54 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Cant TA news. Or better yet, cant TA when your ceo is going tweet a pic of him flicking a set of tigermoving the stock
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:56:49 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
My returns have increased drastically since i got into TA. It needs to be combined with others factors, but it does gives you an edge

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:37:25 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I use oversold on daily RSI as a buy signal for things that are already on my buy list (which I manually vet quarterly after earnings and automatically update valuation scores for weekly). I buy half my planned position size then and double down once if I see a convincing bullish divergence. I don't do this because I think TA works, I do it to enforce the discipline on myself to buy low sell high rather than let my emotions rationalise me into doing the opposite. I also scale my position sizes up and down based on my portfolios own RSI for the same reason, can't trust myself to take profits without a signal telling me to

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:10:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
lolwut? what kindaTA you using/doing? are you like the financial tubers and tiktokers drawing a ton of lines on 1m intervals? a chart TA is a picture
**of what can be, not what will be** options, volume, it all has to be in your favor as well TA does have major downsides, such as you can't forsee something like an offering with a chart or good TA, why they are just another tool you should use alongside other tools
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:28:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA isn't meant to be a 100% guarantee. It just gives you a slight edge, which is enough to make and compound money over the long term. But only if you also have proper risk management and good discipline as well

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:33:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
The only TA I use is Tard Analysis: “will stonk go up? Yes, because stonks only go up.” 🖍
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:05:28 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
If your TA strategy works 50% of the time then it doesn’t work at all. If your TA strategy works 60% of the time, you probably need a bigger sample size to see that it really only works 50% of the time. If your TA strategy works 70% of the time, you probably sell trading courses online. People who buy your course probably have a 50% win rate

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:07:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA definitely works pretty well for ETFs though. Like there's no other way to explain how the IWM could bounce of $207 like 7 times last year, works till it doesn't, but there's no other conclusion for how an ETF of 2000 totally disparate companies with their own catalysts/fundamentals could trade to within 1-dollar seven times, WIthout reading the news or anything, betting on further downside when IWM fell under that support also worked very well. I've actually lost far more money by holding onto small-cap puts ignoring that TA. Even when it fails you're better off waiting for confirmation. Wish I had learned that one of the 4 times I got obliterated hoping for a channel break

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:18:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is for thewho think they are smart. Few become self aware enough to stop that childish

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:03:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
All algorithms at hedge funds and banks use TA to force transactions by attacking stop losses. TA gives you false comfort; it tells you where other investors may be looking, but TA also can be used to force your hand by bigger players

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:10:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I LMAO when people try to cite TA on ETFs that have holdings in 50 companies all with their own fundamentals, sentiments, and catalysts. Like "SPY is about to hit resistance here." Do they even know if SPY had the same holdings and ratios last week as they do this week?
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:54:57 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA works when there is no news affecting the market or at random hours in the forex market and algos are trading between pivots and S/R levels. But any type of economic data or press release by a company canright through any TA. When that happens TA may help predict where the reaction will end by something like a Fibonacci level but even that is never fully accurate, but trading forex I have seen news come out and a giant candle red or green will stop at like a 161 Fibo level from the low or high before the release

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:11:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is only to give you an edge over people who buy or sell stocks based on feelings, or hot tips from Uber drivers. There is absolutely no accounting for hedge fund managers or news, etc It's also not going to work as well right now because of the volatility and seesawing sentiment among traders. That said, if you do it right, and manage your risk, you will have a MUCH higher win rate than the average person

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:40:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
First rule of TA is you will ALWAYS find something to confirm what you want to believe. TA is a legitimate tool in the tool box it's not afix all, but a breadcrumb on the trail All due respect you sound like a sore. It takes a long time to learn how to trade and 50k is dogshit in this game. GL man..

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:55:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
>Key support/ resistance levels can be reliable for short term trades. S/R breakouts are good if you have tested them thoroughly and have a fixed plan around marking them & a tested fixed you'll set targets &manage risk; basically with any TA based strategy. Imo if you see a potential future setup and you don't know how you'll set target and risk for that position you've already messed up 😬
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:15:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA is the same as any sports gamble or poker. You are trying to win more than you lose by a small percentage (i.e. 55 to 45). TA only shows what happens most of the time, not all the time. Most TA tends to highlight what happens 80% of the time vs 20% of the time. The thing is, when you are wrong that 1 in 5 time, you tend to lose all the gains from the 80% of the time. The only way to be profitable with TA is to win slightly more than you lose. And just like with sports betting and Poker, there are people who do this profitability. However, these people have VERY large swings and can go on very hot and cold streaks. TA is great because it takes your emotions out of it, which at least gives you a fighting chance. But I have seen no evidence that it is better than valuation plays. But given an OVERVALUED market with high PEs, TA is the way to to go short-term. Otherwise, any decent investor wouldn't be in the market at all and would have sold their massive massive profits from the last 12 years already

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:40:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
What do you mean? Its the greatest predictor of price action that occured yesterday. It matches perfectly when looking at what's already happened. We just have to lern to reverse time. Then TA will be perfect

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:06:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
TA can be useful, but people that only use TA are

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:14:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Repost of a recent comment I made "It's only astrology if you are trying to make predictions - that's where you TA iS AsTrOlOgY people just don't get it- TA is about recognizing zones with high risk to reward ratios and areas where volume will come in (volume precedes price). It's really an If/ Then thing- if price does this here I do this. Charts are just price over time, don't over think it."
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:32:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Someone made boatloads in 2021 doing this with IWM, actuallyme off that the TA does work, PTSD of green, IV-obliterating dildos holding those IWM $200 puts. It just fails mostly when you're playing upside calls on individual tickers in a downtrending sector. Saw it a lot in november with stuff like Paypal compared to Arkf. Like if an etf is headed down down, obviously support and resistance is going to get obliterated on the individual holdings

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:30:25 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
If you’re talking short term scalping trades I agree. Key levels are useful tools. I guess I should specifically point out the bull/ bear flag TA that can infinitely repeat in either direction. That’s what cost me the most

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:17:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Mmm, "people sell on Fridays" is usually true, but it doesn't mean just means shares, it usually means whatever's been profitable throughout the week. The options market is bigger than the stock market now, so I could see offloading puts leading to that rally. That's not really TA though

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:08:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Nope. It just doesn't work. Every academic studio has shown that TA at best let's you perform at the level of the market
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:09:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Right, and ppl "usually" buy in when a resistance line breaks. The point is, just because something usually happens doesnt mean it will always happen. Friday was just an example of that. If something is wayyyy over extended above moving averages (like a morning runner thats already up 218 one might use TA to determine thats not a great entry unless they just curedor diabetes, and they might want to wait for the first major pullback or retrace to 50%. Each to their own but Im only bagholding stocks I have faith in. Other than that its daytrades and if im wrong about the direction im out immediately at a small loss

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:02:59 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
And they are much better at pattern recognition than our monkeand crayon lines, and they can execute a hundred trades per second. The A.I.s make money specifically fromTA traders

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:13:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
In which case doing good TA is a decent enough way in "calmer" times to predict price movement (i.e no big news or doomsday feelings). Or am I forgetting something?
KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:46:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Wow you got lucky congratulations what about everty TA investor who lost lots of money? TA does not on average ever outperform the market for long, but with so many people doing it of course some people get lucky

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:12:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I hope you are right, but TA works for tactical entry and exits, it is fairlyfor strategic level shifts. Macroeconomics will take this market up or down. Macro is unfortunately looking worse by the day

KEYWORD : TA DATE : Sat Jan 29 12:19:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:TSLA / 35
TSLA isn't low risk. The swings are often huge. But yeah, I really like TSLA as an options scalper and it's on my watchlist everyday. The only other constant for me is SPY

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:04:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Lmao, I regularly trade hundreds of SPY contracts (at around $1.5 - 2.5 per 100th of a contract) per trade for several trades a day. Not just "1-5 contracts" or just "30-50 contracts" lmao. The spread is the difference between Ask and Bid, and if you check SPY (nearest day expiry, which I always trade as I'm a scalper), its spread is literally $0.1 or 0.2, and the volume is in the few tens thousands to hundred thousands. It's very, very liquid. Using IBKR, the fee with my approach is roughly $0.7 per contract ($1.4 per contract per round-trip). My profit taker is set to $0.04 from parent order (which is a net profit of 1 I am making literally 1% per trade NET. My trading strategy (outlined in my post on r/daytrading) relies on counter-momentum trading. The higher the candle stretches (like you mentioned $1-3, the greater my odds become. Furthermore, for extra liquidity, I also trade TSLA options, which moves much faster than SPY. For TSLA, I counter-momentum scalp an even higher profit taker

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:15:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Tesla outperforms both of them. Why wouldn’t people just buy TSLA?
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:02:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
PLTR has positive FCF (still negative net earnings due to SBC, but the path to profitability is clear), grows revenue at an incredible rate and trades at a forward P/S ratio (assuming $2B of 2022 revenue) of ~12.5 . they just said they'll hire for 1000+ new positions this year (increasing employees from ~27003700). They also have a new head of their EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region that oversaw $16B of yearly revenue in a similair position for Oracle. PLTRs product is not "pie in the sky". It's a real product, solving real problems, with real and growing revenues. It also trades very close to its 52week low. Palantir is, in my opinion, oversold and undervalued. It might go to $10 a share in the short term or a bit lower, but the downside is now severely limited. I am a buyer at these levels, definetely a more sane play than TSLA in my view. Shorting PLTR now seems very risky, imo. But you do you. Just be sure to so extensive research beforehand. When shorting, extensive research is even more important than when going long
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 09:09:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
TSLA. They will achieve 50% growth with
*just* Fremont and Shanghai, with another two factories almost open. FSD profitability to be larger than automotive, and bot to be larger than that really opened my eyes

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:07:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:50:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
They froze the 25K and under market for now. TSLA has 0.0% market share in Solar, in fact they are under investigation for acquiring Solar City given the family ties and subsequent lies to convince other board members to acquire the dying company. Boring is already a proven flop. SpaceX has nothing to do with Tesla. Commercial trucking? The trucks he promised would arrive in 2019? The ones with ridiculously low kwh/w? Nah

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:02:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
TSLA, DKNG, and I guess SPOT I think one of these days a lot of money is gonna be pouring into her ETF when the trajectory changes. someone designed a leveraged ARK fund to take advantage of big gains, so she has her believers
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:41:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yep that's valid. What I did is remove the risky stocks that my ETFs were holding. For example, I sold VUG that holds some risky growth stocks (like TSLA) and added to MSFT, V and AMZN. These three are also in VUG but by doing so I was lucky and avoided the big TSLA sell-off, which slowed down VUG's "rebound"

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:25:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Comparing TSLA to AAPL is going to get a lot of people in trouble. People use a car a few minutes a day. They live on their phones. (YMMV in California.)
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:29:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Of all the things to bash Cathie and TSLAthat guy picked the one thing that was blatantly wrong. And got upvoted like crazy for it. Reddit is hilarious

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:22:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
TSLA like all other tech stocks do trade in tandem with overall market. Macroeconomics if you please have to face couple of important issues; inflation, rates hikes and Fed unwinding their 7 tril asset balance sheet. Don’t know who is going to absorb that. If done too quickly it will crash the market. If done too slowly, they face the possibility of unable to finance the debt. Can the US gov’t service the 2x GDP/yr debt with rising rates? These macro factors with untimely Fed “unwinding” willany good news individual companies may have. We are facing possibly a decade long of stagnation at best, depression at. Fed propping the market to ATHs is recipe for disaster
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:23:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Buy some SPY, QQQ or TNA , USO and a few more blue chips like AAPL MSFT TSLA and leave like 5% for some fun plays

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:59:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I swear if I see one more post about TSLA's valuation Some of y'all just don't get it. By some of your measurements TSLA has been insanely overvalued since the IPO..

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:52:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I don't know what TSLA true value is. The market is generally fairly efficient. So I suppose it is value what the market dictates. I don't know much about tesla other business in terms of how much money they can make (ie. autonomy, energy: storage/batteries/solar/supercharger network for non-tesla). I will address the automotive side. I don't know how fast EV willbut I know many people can't afford it. Who is buying EV now? USA, EU, China. What do all those have in common? They all provide some sort of subsidy. Germany is €9K, France is €6K, Norway is no VAT of 25%: for a €50K car it would be about
10K~~ €12.5K. I don't know if these countries will subsidize forever. China: 2022 will be the last year of subsidies. 2023 will tell the story better for china: we will see if there is going to be a lot of growth. we don't see much EV in countries without subsidies (ie. chile, kazakhstan, greece, etc Population of USA + EU is about 0.8 billion. China is about 1.4 billon. World population is about 8 billion. so about 5.8 billion of people do not have access to government subsidies for EV. If EV was that cost effective, you would have see aof EV in countries like philippines, sudan, peru, etc; but we don't. we see aof corollas, rav-4, cr-v, sentra, etc. So where does TSLA fit in this? Tesla sells very expensive cars. It is out of reach to many people. They just announced that they are not working on the $25K car. It is debatable if Tesla is a "luxury" car or not. What is not debatable is that it is priced as one. the projection by 2027 there will be about $655 billion in sales in the luxury market (source:httpswww.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/10/22/2318987/0/en/Global-Luxury-Car-Market-Report-2020-2027-to-Hit-USD-655-0-Billion-at-a-CAGR-of-9-3.html) . I am estimating about $55K/vehicle. so about 11.9 million vehicle in 2027. Tesla can only get these type of margins selling high priced cars. Lower priced cars: the margins are lower. There are a limited amount of people that can buy these luxury cars in the world. I think it is difficult for tesla to sell 10 million cars (much less 20 million) with the margins that they had in Q4 2020. But certainly things can change and their margins might be higher than what they had in q4 ~~2020~~ 2021. Time will tell. Hybrids will be here for some time, especially for 3 row suv or pickup trucks because they are simply too expensive in BEV form

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:25:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
In my opinion $150 is a fair price for TSLA considering each and every car cos moving to EV by 2030. TSLA share would 5% max

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 11:07:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
If people want comparisons, Toyota sold 11.4m last year (#1) and Volkswagen sold 8.88m (#2) and Tesla sold 936K. So the assumption is TSLA would sell more than Toyota and Volkswagen combined in 10 years

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 12:24:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yea, but that's simply pointing out the obvious, any stock that's near ATHs have conceptually big downsides It's tiring reading the same worn out analyses on TSLA based on limited metrics of valuation. It's reminiscent of FB when it was trading at $93/share; exact same arguments were made10yrs ago and these types of companies and stocks continue to prove some of you wrong, year after year. If I were to hear a genuine and unique bear case I would be interested but it's the same stuff over and over in here with minor differences in perspective..

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:03:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
They will crush 34% cagr. OP only included auto hardware sales just like a financiallyperson would. His exit multiple is likely off but Tesla has many more areas for growth. I'm very aware of the DK effect and cognitive biases and, yes, you are financiallyif you think downside > upside. TSLA has 1x downside and 1x upside

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:27:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
And where I disagree is that technical analysis should be performed with fundamental analysis. Saying that a growth stock's price is too high because of PE is nearly asas saying a stock is a great buy just because it fell two days in a row and had a green day. Value is measure of supply and demand, always has been and always will be. It's our job as investors to make the best sense out of the market price of a company and the underlying fundamentals. So using TSLA as an example, people need to start to come to terms with how the market participants are valuing it and other high revenue growth stocks similar to it besides the arbitrary comparisons to outdated metrics of value

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:02:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I was holding a good amount of TSLA, which did very well during that time. Also bought a lot of SPXL in March 2020, as it did not seem to me like the world was really ending, and I figured if it did, my portfolio would be irrelevant anyway

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:01:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It's kind of a strange habit folks who are trying to justify the valuation on their company. This week alone I've heard PLTR, WISH, DKNG, TSLA and SOFI are all comparable to how Amazon was. I don't know why Amazon is the only company people in these "growth" stock message boards keep comparing their company to. But it gets old and really comparing any company to another 25 years ago is kind ofsince we're in an entirely different environment for growth, it's a different sector, and there is a 0% any company will even remotely mirror another companies 25 year story. But next week we'll hear how company x, y and z are all "just like Amazon". It's just kind of cringey and immediately makes people roll their eyes. It's not you personally, but the legions of people who all believe their company is obviously Amazon 25 years ago. Even when their company is crashing and potentially insolvent; albeit that's not Tesla

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:22:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It's not timing the market I didn't say when it will go down, but common sense dictates that after major events such as wars or pandemics there's often a recession. 2 scenarios here: 1. I'm right and there's a crash, then I can buy back double the amount of the stocks I had with the cash. 2. I'm wrong and the market goes up a bit, then I'm still 100% up from where I was before the pandemic, and I can enter a market that I know has stabilized a bit. Given the evidence and common sense, the chance of 1 happening is high enough for the risk/reward ratio to be worth it for me. The decision is up to you at the end of the day! It doesn't mean you should sell your entire portfolio (I'm still holding Microsoft) but for highly overpriced stocks like TSLA (which for me was up 600%) or APPL (not as overvalued as TSLA) it's worth thinking about

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:20:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
As I predicted (someone nervously) last week, AAPL would beat and lead the recovery in stocks. I urged everyone in highly speculative digital assets, ARk and Robinhood stocks, TSLA and other bubble cult stocks to sell, take their losses, learn their lesson and invest in AAPL or value stocks instead. I am not always right, especially with timing, but I was 100% right last week. Tim Cook was picked by Steve Jobs to replace him and was a stroke of genius. Cook is the #1 supply chain logistics expert and has Apple first in line for scarce services and components. Elon Musk failed at that. Microsoft failed to keep Xbox in stock for Christmas. Many others failed by Cook prevailed and now gradually the shortages and inflation will recede, so in effect Tim Cook has shown the entire economy how to manage a safe soft landing. AAPL also showed it deserves a higher PE than MSFT and a market cap of sell over 3 trillion. Not only to they merit that from massive earnings and profit margins but they also buy back 3-4% of their stock per year. And they wojld not do that unless they thought their stock is still the best bargain out there

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:50:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:29:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
The thing about crypto is, you can make aload lot of money in a short amount of time just by buying in early on certain coins/tokens/projects. I made more money on "shitcoins" in 2021 than I did on a couple stock portfolios i had. I bought 500,000 DOGE at .04 and dumped it at .37 I then put $16K into SHIB early last summer and rode it to $440K Sold some of my TSLA shares in Nov and put $50K into RBIF--Robo Finance-- that just got released in Nov and its killing it (I'm sitting at a little over $310K today in only a 55 days) because its still early in the process of losing zeros, making everyoneholding it. It hasnt been listed on an exchange yet and sitting at only 2,000 holders. You just gotta keep doing your DD and DYOR moving from play to play in the course of a year, depending on the crypto. If you wait until a coin/token is already out in the mainstream media, you are to late in most cases. What gets everyone negative in their money, is this theory of "Diamond Hands" and "HODL" mentalitypeople get emotionally attached to theirstock/coin/subreddit 'family' and end up riding it go up in price and then watching it bottom out because they didnt have have any sense to cash out. Stocks and crypto have no place for emotional attachments in ones investment strategy The objective is to make, whether in stocks or crypto Edit: Cheers brotha and best of luck

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:58:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
For all the money I lost Nov and Dec, Jan 2022 has been going quite well so far..

**Largest Money Makers JPM Calls Bought Jan 3 Sold Jan 4 TSM Calls Bought Dec 30 Sold Jan 4 XOM Calls Bought Jan 3 Sold Jan 4 AMAT Calls Bought Jan 12 Sold Jan 13 NFLX Puts Bought Jan 20 Sold Jan 21 **Current Positions Short TSLA NKE PEP Long SARKSOXL **80% Cash**
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:37:57 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
He likely doesn't know the answer. If Tesla truly wasn't invited then it is probably because his company isn't a part of the United Autoworker Union, and in fact Musk opposes it. I've said this before but if Musk ever steps down from TSLA I could make a killing buying call options. Musk is thepart about his own company

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:40:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I can buy GameStop every week and yolo TSLA options andmyself with SPY puts, these things are not mutually exclusive
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:48:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I can explain … When it asked me how much Margin I’d like to use, I figured it was referring to my profit Margin. I ended up getting profit margin called, and apparently that’s when I profited too much so they want their cut. Apparently my wife is too smooth brained to understand this simple concept of a Profit Margin Call, so I told her to leave my diamond hands alone which led her to post for advice on Reddit. -Update: I misunderstood what margin actually is, and what a margin call is. Apparently it has nothing to do with profit, but no worries fellow ape because I ended up using the joint bank account with my wife and covered the margin call. I’m thinking about going all in on TSLA $1200 calls expiring 2/4 to recoup my loses, I feel like it’s free money and they’re guaranteed to print

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:40:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Meme stocks move from one meme stock to the next. Just means that it's not these anymore. For example tilray was one for a bit, and fastly at another time, and Tesla, and beyond meat, it just jumps from one to another with maybe TSLA sticking around for longer than the others

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:11:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
All of you absolutesaying not to invest in China plow your money straight into TSLA, which has MASSIVE Chinese investments. It’s a global economy now and we depend on each other, youneckbeards

KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:42:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
My TSLA calls got murked this week from IV crush on earnings but you don’t see me out in the streets complaining about crime when institutions didn’t want to pump the stock enough. Obviously I felt robbed, but it is what it is, move on. The stock market isn’t a safe and fun place, everyone has to learn a tough lesson and hopefully improve. And yes, even Gabe Plotkin learned a 5.8B$ lesson (lmao)
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:51:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I spoke to a sales guy who RIVN was trying to purchase manufacturing equipment from. Key word “trying”. They ended up not being able to buy the large aluminum presses to build the car cheaply (like TSLA does). They had aof headwinds on the deal. This, and I’ve never seen one of their cars. Sooo, not buying
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:36:01 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
$SPY looks bleak but possible. The TSLA call looks a lot better - just don't get greedy
KEYWORD : TSLA DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:22:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:AAPL / 24
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:59:21 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Try trading more predictable stocks, ones you can rely on for technical analysis being honored. AAPL, AMD, AFRM, RIVN, LCID, RBLX, etc. I know these are higher priced, but if you have an account with margin, you can buy more shares than your account value depending on your broker. MARGIN is risky! It’s still a bearish market, and will continue because of the feds talking about inflation. Once we get confirmation of a market reversal, “gappers” will be winners. Until then I wouldn’t touch momentum trading
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:54:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Walked into an Apple store in 2004. When I saw the line of people at the register, I bought my first round of AAPL. Have added to it ever since and never looked back. Apple 🍏 is my bank

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:56:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I have been harping about AAPL for almost four years. All I see arewith phrases: to the moon. Good to be living in China. Tim Cook is one of the shrewdest CEO out there. He knows where the money is

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:37:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
AAPL was a good investment if you got in a long time ago. New money ismoney if they think the future needs more AAPL shares

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 10:55:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Based on what? You always have to assume valuations normalize, but thats across the entire market not just one particular company. So if AAPL has to normalize to 16 p/fcf - their past 5 year average, then that value stock everyone is flocking to with little to no growth has to be assumed to normalize as wellmaking apple the better projected company in many comparisons

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:05:22 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I mean, hindsight being 20/20, if I knew where AAPL would be today in 2005 I would have considered it a value stock then. I remember thinking back then how they had grown so much, there was no way they sustained it for much longer. This was before they started issuing dividends and was swimming in cash they didnt know what to do with

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:23:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Sorry no. Everyone is expecting strong earnings this quarter andit's irrelevant. It's the guidance for the year that matters and everyone is projecting slower growth. Even AAPL which smashed earnings said on the earnings call that they expect decelerating growth. I haven't seen one article, journalist, or analyst report on that which is. Blatantly omitting a crucial piece of information is just adding to the irrationality of this market and setting up for a larger crash

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:33:18 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I think GOOG will pop like AAPL after earnings. They are undervalued relative to other mega tech and the regulatory pressure is the only thing stopping them

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:48:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Comparing TSLA to AAPL is going to get a lot of people in trouble. People use a car a few minutes a day. They live on their phones. (YMMV in California.)
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:29:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SQM is my play from Monday for this year. I already invested in RIO few months ago. Both of those are short term plays for me, but I will consider holding it for more than 2 years Both of their prices should stay in10% and both have juicy dividend. Or you can just go SPY, VOO, MSFT or AAPL and have your money “safe” but for this year I see much more upside for mining or energy

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:37:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Both SPY and AAPL pay a dividend
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:56:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Buy some SPY, QQQ or TNA , USO and a few more blue chips like AAPL MSFT TSLA and leave like 5% for some fun plays

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:59:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I think you need to see AAPL as trading more expensive because you pay for safety. The stock trades at a premium simply because of how strong the balance sheet is

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:52:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
As I predicted (someone nervously) last week, AAPL would beat and lead the recovery in stocks. I urged everyone in highly speculative digital assets, ARk and Robinhood stocks, TSLA and other bubble cult stocks to sell, take their losses, learn their lesson and invest in AAPL or value stocks instead. I am not always right, especially with timing, but I was 100% right last week. Tim Cook was picked by Steve Jobs to replace him and was a stroke of genius. Cook is the #1 supply chain logistics expert and has Apple first in line for scarce services and components. Elon Musk failed at that. Microsoft failed to keep Xbox in stock for Christmas. Many others failed by Cook prevailed and now gradually the shortages and inflation will recede, so in effect Tim Cook has shown the entire economy how to manage a safe soft landing. AAPL also showed it deserves a higher PE than MSFT and a market cap of sell over 3 trillion. Not only to they merit that from massive earnings and profit margins but they also buy back 3-4% of their stock per year. And they wojld not do that unless they thought their stock is still the best bargain out there

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:50:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AAPL saved last session and likely created an upward bias for other megacaps. Somewhat underrated, MSFT also helped when they increased guidance. Now GOOG, AMZN and FB will report this week and just the perception for doing similarly well will keep markets afloat. Calls all week then switching to puts after Thu when last behemoth AMZN reports

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:11:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
my new phone lets me click on all these numbers and hit translates so it reads to me. HON calls . I got hit in the ear with a iceacle —- how thedo you spell that word. rams &KC money line as well Still holding 3 out of 20 2/11 AAPL 165c TSLA 40 shares at 798off I always get theta banged on FDs so I wanted shares Word
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:48:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
every you mean AAPL and V?
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:01:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I feel you bro, but it really is different this time, juggernauts like AAPL here here to stay in a future that will be dominated by tech

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:15:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I'm not saying youd do the wrong thing. I mean you're right but most people don't do the right thing. Most people who got in the last few years are probably just going to saythe market be anti capitalism etc. If somehow people's 401ks get cut in half like 09 again we're gonna get another round of occupy wall street , problem crying they are going to never retire etc while people on wsb will be buying up AAPL shares with a 10p/e. I think the type of people who follow the daily thread would shrug something like that off and see it as an opportunity. The TikTok / YouTube stock influencer crowd might not
KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:16:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
No I lost 7 figures in the past few months. The remaining 10-12K was what I put into AAPL puts for earnings. A lot of my gains came from theta ganging, so I'm only 90%gambling addict. My plan is to return to what worked and start selling contracts again, only this time on solid securities with much less IV (since I believe the meme stocks are dead, IV isn't as high, downward price action and sentiment, etc Of course only time will tell if I can stay on the path and stave off assuming unabated risk

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:55:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Long on. AAPL steals all of your data like GOOGL, but doesn’t sell it to advertisers, YET. Tin hatters, Joe Rogan and Dr. Robert Epstein say google ($2700)is worlds largest advertising company, and its largest asset is your data. AAPL ($170) is also aggregating it’s users “to help them make decisions” but has not really made it a huge part of their business model, YET. I’m long onand eventually some CEO is gonna get in there and cash that check. I realize they don’t have total control of the internet like Google, but their world market share of smartphones has doubled in 4 years from 13% to 26%. And most of their users are in wealth class with higher spending, therefore higher profit potential for advertisers

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 12:33:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Me too. Samsung Phone user since way back. Had to use a loaner iPhone from my company IT dept. when my phone was out for repair and I hated it. The only Apple product I own is an IPad shuffle because I can control it with gloves on when it's in my jacket chest pocket. I have 2200 shares of AAPL, 1200 of those I've had since 2012

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:48:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Sell your Goog puts b4 earnings OP. After Msft and AAPL, one can expect Goog to crush it as well

KEYWORD : AAPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:13:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:MSFT / 17
I sold the day before it happened at $399/share But even I saw that it was total BS How would you feel if your broker said no more buying MSFT and total customers they could only sell? Customers may feel forced to sell which will drive the price down. Then it is a game of hot potato caused by the broker. Totally unfair and rigged

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:35:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Obviously the markets (and the economy) are wildly complicated in general. I feel like it's dumbed down to be either bullish or bearish sentiment, but it's really much more than that. In the past two years we have seen massive inflows of capital due to investing being more widely available to the masses (commission free, smartphone apps etc), and I think much of this capital isn't necessarily taken out of the markets, but more-so reshuffled to other companies during drops. I think it's more common for older generations to pull the plug on a whole portfolio and move it all in to defensive mode during a drop, whereas newer investors are more likely to average down or sell individual holdings in order to double down on higher conviction growth. I've literally been doing exactly this, just sold SentinelOne (what theis that p/s, what was I thinking?) to throw more in to "smarter" investments such as MSFT, AMD, CROX, MU etc. I believe it's important to remember that while sentiment does have an impact on the market, it follows fundamentals. If you buy fundamentally strong companies with a strong balance sheet, those investments will go up. If you buy companies running purely on meme fuel and "hope", you're statistically more likely to lose money, and I'd consider myself bearish for those kinds of investments. Other factors, like inflation, war, a pandemic; these are opportunities to buy, in my opinion

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:19:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT and Apple already proved this rotation is BS. Just this was a good excuse for overvalued companies to get corrected

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:44:21 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Well I dont invest in blue chip companies either. I tell people the same, VOE all the way. I own some MSFT from when it was 1/3rd, but theres no way I would touch it now. I did consider that RE prices arent entirely sensitive, but over a few years people will renew, or people on variable, and more mortgages will get issued as interest rates are still below inflation. At some time I'm thinking it will set inflation well above 2%. If you're as smart as you let on how much do you think it will effect inflation, it has to be something

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:05:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
None. Fully expected aon earnings due to the first Christmas in 2 years. People forget that 2020 Christmas was cancelled due to COVID, obviously people were going to go ham and spend like crazy in 2021. Stock market was ATH, inflation was still "transitory", housing was booming, delta was subsiding, and Omicron was mild enough to encourage shopping but worrisome enough to discourage travel and bars. Next few earnings reports are where you're going to see a lot of pain. Supply issues and inflation aren't a temporary item anymore, interest rate hikes, fear of looming crash. People aren't going to be spending as much in general, and further to less overall spending, money that was being spent at Costco, Apple, MSFT, NFLX, AMZN companies that boomed during the pandemic and basically holding up the market is going to get redistributed to airlines, restaurants, bars, concerts, resorts, cruises, etc. Crash of the century incoming and the market is playing chicken. Two 18 wheelers are heading toward each other at 100MPH and people are trying to scrounge for a pile of cash in the middle of it before they collide. Sure, you might get a couple bucks but you're risking yourfor it

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:20:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Cybersecurity is a buzzword. It means little to nothing without specifics. There isnt just a common panacea for securing systems and security is more about quality code, good system engineering and administrators who are better than the attackers. None of it needs a 3rd party. In fact, the 3rd party is probably near worthless when added because they add holes themselves (major security problems usually happen from within). People need to stop falling for these cybersecurity firms peddlingthat we already had for decades as something new. There is nothing new in this segment. All the ones claiming to add AI are doing exactly the same thing we have been doing for decades. None of it is really AI anyway. Just plain old statistical analysis with some decision making layer on top. Generally speaking when big companies want security they get contracts from other big companies like MSFT or Google or they go to defense contractors like Lockheed or Raytheon. All these companies offer security services. The young companies are basically just contracting firms like the defense sector companies. If they can land contracts then they will do ok. Margins will be caped due to high cost of acquiring contracts and high running costs. That said, beware of contracting companies. They love to do no profitfor tat deals to boost rev. Its perfectly legal so keep an eye on this

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sun Jan 30 09:10:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
You would think MSFT had done massive due diligence to be certain this deal would go through prior to doing it. I mean, this is Microsoft we are talking about

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:47:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yep that's valid. What I did is remove the risky stocks that my ETFs were holding. For example, I sold VUG that holds some risky growth stocks (like TSLA) and added to MSFT, V and AMZN. These three are also in VUG but by doing so I was lucky and avoided the big TSLA sell-off, which slowed down VUG's "rebound"

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:25:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SQM is my play from Monday for this year. I already invested in RIO few months ago. Both of those are short term plays for me, but I will consider holding it for more than 2 years Both of their prices should stay in10% and both have juicy dividend. Or you can just go SPY, VOO, MSFT or AAPL and have your money “safe” but for this year I see much more upside for mining or energy

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:37:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Buy some SPY, QQQ or TNA , USO and a few more blue chips like AAPL MSFT TSLA and leave like 5% for some fun plays

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:59:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Buybacks and dividends reduce risk. Acquisitions increase risk as does internal spending. The problem with a lot of investors is they dont seem to care about risk any more. The fact is this. On average, companies actuallyroyally at using resources. They always have. Even the most successful ones90% of their elective spending onthat never improves anything. There is a lot of internal corruption involved as well. This is why, as an investor, you should always ask for payment. You shouldnt cripple the companies with too much payment (unless you think they are a sinking ship), but you should always cash out a little. Now sure, you can do other things like sell shares or play options but both of these shift the risk to you. This is because share price is loosely correlated with business performance. It can deviate a lot. A dividend or buyback however works regardless of share price because business operations are more stable for blue chips than market valuations. Just my 2 cents. I prefer a big company to reduce risk with buybacks and dividends once they are mature. It doesnt need to be anamount but a good 20%-30% of net wouldnt slow any of them. Obviously it hasnt slowed MSFT or Apple. The only company I give a pass to today is Amazon because I have never seen or heard of anything like them though it wouldntthem to start buybacks as well and I suspect they will do that soon. Probably in the next couple of years

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:51:07 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I think the risk of the deal falling through is lower than the market seems to think. Yes there is a lot of regulatory scrutiny on tech giants, but MSFT is not. They know how to play this with Washington, to make the right concessions towards Sony etc. They have top M&Aadvisors that have calculated every possible scenario and came to the conclusion that ATVI at this price is a steal. Once Bobby takes a gracious exit and they clean up the shop, this will prove to be a very smart acquisition

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:43:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
As I predicted (someone nervously) last week, AAPL would beat and lead the recovery in stocks. I urged everyone in highly speculative digital assets, ARk and Robinhood stocks, TSLA and other bubble cult stocks to sell, take their losses, learn their lesson and invest in AAPL or value stocks instead. I am not always right, especially with timing, but I was 100% right last week. Tim Cook was picked by Steve Jobs to replace him and was a stroke of genius. Cook is the #1 supply chain logistics expert and has Apple first in line for scarce services and components. Elon Musk failed at that. Microsoft failed to keep Xbox in stock for Christmas. Many others failed by Cook prevailed and now gradually the shortages and inflation will recede, so in effect Tim Cook has shown the entire economy how to manage a safe soft landing. AAPL also showed it deserves a higher PE than MSFT and a market cap of sell over 3 trillion. Not only to they merit that from massive earnings and profit margins but they also buy back 3-4% of their stock per year. And they wojld not do that unless they thought their stock is still the best bargain out there

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:50:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AAPL saved last session and likely created an upward bias for other megacaps. Somewhat underrated, MSFT also helped when they increased guidance. Now GOOG, AMZN and FB will report this week and just the perception for doing similarly well will keep markets afloat. Calls all week then switching to puts after Thu when last behemoth AMZN reports

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:11:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
1. For every Amazon or Apple, there are 10 "hot" companies that went bust or never grew to their advertised heights 2. Even the best stocks can have sustained periods of underperformance, MSFT was under for 15 years after 2000, you want to be that person? Always be reevaluating your theses..

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sun Jan 30 06:36:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
>PS translated to PE based on industry leader (MSFT for SaaS for example) Could you clarify what you mean here with a worked example? So MSFT is the industry SaaS leader and trades at 11.5 p/s and about 31 p/e at the moment with a 20% growth rate. So a smaller SaaS competitor that is CF positive but not profitable that is growing at 40% consistently you might think reasonable at a p/s of 23 because that would translate to a 62 p/e? Do you take gross margin into account there? Trying to see how your method compares to my own for valuing growth! I generally use (ev/rev / gm) / predicted next year growth and then weight it so that profitable large market cap companies at the same 'valuation' are more attractive (because they are, imo)

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sun Jan 30 10:34:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
i've been buying theout of growth stocks, etf and indexes. high quality is on sale baby, BRKb, MSFT, SPYG, YXLD. i'm either getting massive gains this year, or going broke

KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:45:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:SP / 16
SPRT/GREE. Down about 4500. Oh and the great and powerful wish. Another 4k. Awesome sauce

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:41:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : pennystocks
SPY is well balanced while QQQ is concentrated on tech

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:28:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SPY is less volatile and more diversified
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:09:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SPY is a safer investment when market turns down. People do not like volatility because it is scary. Just coming from observation of family and friends and (httpsInvestors.com) articles

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:34:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SPY is around 10 years older than QQQ and is the first thing most people think of when looking for marketwide ETFs

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:50:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SPY is only -7% from all time high, 3 trading days like Friday and it will set up a new all time high record There is high uncertainty on market situation and Fed policies steps as even he not sure how big and fast he will take them inflation, tapering, supply chain, shortage, interest rate, Debt, recession, Labor cost, Wages rise, Liquidity, Bond, valuation…Etc CPI data coming on February 10 and could be 10% higher than the privies 7% record 7.7% as all majority sector inflation chart jump, specially gas prices No one no exactly what will happen in the near term, everyone wish indices would pullback significantly with the rest of the market and we go over it but if indices will be on the uptrend next week, every bad catalyst can trigger a crash from ATH, Bad earnings, inflation, Fed…Etc
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:15:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 12:54:29 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SPY would like to have a word with you..

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:08:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
SPY flat af todaychecked it 6x
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:53:49 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Neil young has nothing to do with Spotify SP dropping

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:47:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
SPY was 4-5 dollars a share during the Great Depression wow
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:01:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
SP500 wasn’t even invented until like halfway through this chart
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:59:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:22:25 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Not as good as “The Book of Mormon” though, you need to see that if you liked that SP episode

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:32:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
SPOT has probably made a good amount of new users in the last week from the Joe Rogan thing. That might not be priced in.. But usually everything is. That's what AI is used for
KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:00:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
SPY to 500. Buy puts if you want to get burned. Avoid reading the uber FUD that's being plastered all around the internet all of a sudden to take advantage of retail

KEYWORD : SP DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:32:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:FB / 14
People talkabout FB ethics but love investing in companies like this that have literally been killing their customers for decades

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:34:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
My man or women. So true. I just spent the last 30 minutes thinking about vr GTA so wild. Also realized metaverse would be cool basically another life.gonna be wild FB gonna print

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:30:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yea, but that's simply pointing out the obvious, any stock that's near ATHs have conceptually big downsides It's tiring reading the same worn out analyses on TSLA based on limited metrics of valuation. It's reminiscent of FB when it was trading at $93/share; exact same arguments were made10yrs ago and these types of companies and stocks continue to prove some of you wrong, year after year. If I were to hear a genuine and unique bear case I would be interested but it's the same stuff over and over in here with minor differences in perspective..

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:03:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
FB was entering a market of unknown potential, Auto is fairly well known. It’s hard to see a clear path for Tesla to make 70 billion in a decade, which is what the current price implies, as such there is no risk margin

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:16:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Social Media was not at all a mature market in 2012, with billions of potential new users. The Auto market (not just EV) is far more mature. Also… FB didn’t use AI, just algorithms for adverts. Also Tesla is behind several autonomous taxi companies, most notably Waymo, in automated driving. Also their car’s build quality is still well below par in the industry. Also the old guard of German vehicles are starting to ramp EV production. Im not saying Tesla won’t pull it off, I’m saying there are so many extreme risks to justify it’s current pricing. It would have have double the inflation adjusted earnings of the most profitable company in the auto industry in 10 years, 70 billion in profit, and still trade about 33% higher value, PE of 20, to get the stock price towhich would be a annualized 5% from where it is now. There is no risk margin in that

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:55:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Amazon is literally the best value of them all except maybe FB, if you consider elective spending. This is why PE is always so high. They are also, by far, the lowest risk due to being diversified

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:55:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AAPL saved last session and likely created an upward bias for other megacaps. Somewhat underrated, MSFT also helped when they increased guidance. Now GOOG, AMZN and FB will report this week and just the perception for doing similarly well will keep markets afloat. Calls all week then switching to puts after Thu when last behemoth AMZN reports

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:11:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Nobody likes FB? Low p/e , increasing revenue/net income and future plans
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:41:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
It may but many I know never claimed the earnings. Many are waiting to see if it getsor just switching to local cash only. All those people that were selling on FB Market and shipping will now get 1099s and that will make them stop for a while until they figure out the best way to proceed for taxes

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:11:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
FBI should go after hedge funds as well andthem

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:11:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Last week of Super Earnings. I am in a lot of these and biggest is GOOG. Might play PYPL w CSP. I am not in SNAP PINS FB F but all look fun

KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:16:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
So which ones of the PFAANG havent reported yet? FB and PTON only?
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:13:54 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Why? Meta verse is SUPER popular right now. They don’t have any real competition and are growing very quickly. What’s your reasoning? Even the $META (etf) is pretty well positioned with FB, Amazin, TSM, Qcomm, and others — I do not have positions in either
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:15:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
FBI is like "uh huh tell me more"
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:27:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:ROKU / 12
I own 4. Went to visit my grandma. She got a new tv. It was a ROKU. They’re sneaky suburban

KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:04:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
> Does anyone who holds or contemplated or even simply researched Roku have a bullish or in this case bearish argument to explain what's happening? Would you say it's a buy? I brought recently because it seems cheap. It was expensive last year though and most of the selling has been warranted so I'm not expecting it to jump back to $500 or anything, but in recent months it seems that a lot of the selling has been purely sentiment driven and not based on fundamentals. ROKU is both a growth stock and one of Cathie Wood's largest holdings, neither of which investors want to touch right now. There has also been growing short interest on the stock over the past few months and this whole set up seems very similar to what happened to HOOD recently. That stock had some awful sentiment surrounding it into earnings which didn't really line up with fundamentals, which although bad, weren't that bad. ROKU is in a much better place than HOOD given that it's actually a decent company with a decent product that people like. I'm not as much of a fan of ROKU as Cathie is, but I think it's probably worth closer to $200-$250. Those saying it's expensive because of it's 70 PE valuation or whatever don't know what they're talking about imo. I personally prefer to look at EV/EBITDA and at 48 that's prettyrespectable for a company that's been growing at 40-50% a year. Even just comparing to it's own average historical valuation, it's clearly on discount right now. I can see the bear case for the stock though. They're in a very crowded market and it's hard to say what the long-term future is for them given they don't really have much of a competitive advantage and they're up against some huge companies. But right now they seem to be growing fast, people like what they're doing and they're turning a decent profit. It's kinda hard not to like the stock

KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:29:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I still like the stock as a long-term investor and will buy more because: 1. Shift of advertising dollars from Linear TV to Over-The-Top. 26% of U.S. households time spent watching TV is through streaming, but a smaller % of advertising is actually spent on streaming. More people are going to cut the cord cuz it's tooexpensive and the $ will follow to reach those audiences 2. international opportunity (#1 TV in Canada, #1 in Mexico, getting started in UK, Germany, Brazil, Chile, and Peru) 3. competitive advantage with Roku TV OS (only OS that is purpose built for TVs and why it has ~38% leading share of U.S. streaming players) 4. Attractive valuation trading at just 6.8x my FY'21 revenue forecast while other high-growth tech comps are trading at 15x sales. Before this whole group was trading at over 20x sales. Disclosure: ROKU investor with a $420 price target (20x my FY '21 revenue forecast)
KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:37:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Why is it down you ask? For the same reasons EVERYTHING is down, zoom out on the market and you will see everything is on sale regardless of fundamentals. This is the post covid market crash induced by yours truly,
~~Hiter~~ Biden. Edit - would also like to add ROKU is cheapbut that's why it sells so well, everyone in the world is aof poorwho can't afford nice things

KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:19:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
First, it got the perception of being a lockdown stock only. Later in 2021, algorithms did a sector change and sold off tech. That resulted in selling and, eventually, panic-selling. ROKU makes money by selling advertising and ROKU is the leader in CTV -- so much so that many of Google's physical CTV's got pulled from shelves. ROKU is investing in original content and expanding their services, so they are forgoing some profit for growth. From a valuation standpoint, PE isn't a great metric for growth stocks -- P/S and EV/S are what I use. At 6.51 EV/s FWD, ROKU is very cheap. However, ROKU faces tough competition, and whether it can continue toamidst competition and a non-locked-down world is unknown

KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:04:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
From what I’ve seen, ROKU is an operating system built into 38% of current smart TVs. The dongle is irrelevant
KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:35:25 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I like Zoom &
Twilio since those are both mission-critical stocks on a business &npersonal level &rlike the business models. The only stock I own with ARK is ROKU. 1. Shift of advertising dollars from Linear TV to Over-The-Top. 26% of U.S. households time spent watching TV is through streaming, but a smaller % of advertising is actually spent on streaming. More people are going to cut the cord cuz it's tooexpensive and the $ will follow to reach those audiences 2. international opportunity (#1 TV in Canada, #1 in Mexico, getting started in UK, Germany, Brazil, Chile, and Peru) 3. competitive advantage with Roku TV OS (only OS that is purpose built for TVs and why it has ~38% leading share of U.S. streaming players) 4. Attractive valuation trading at just 6.8x my FY'21 revenue forecast while other high-growth tech comps are trading at 15x sales. Before this whole group was trading at over 20x sales. Disclosure: ROKU investor with a $420 price target (20x my FY '21 revenue forecast)
KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:26:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
ROKU, SPOT, TESLA, ZM, PLTR are the reason I own it, the rest is a bonus/gambling on HOOD/DKNG Edit: my b I missed the top 3 part lol which would prob be ROKU, TESLA &SPOT
KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:07:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
ROKU. It has really gotten beaten down the last couple months. It got grouped into a high risk, non-money making covid play somehow I think. But it makes stuff, provides a service, and is a profitable, growing company. Makes money from ads, and gets a piece of money from people who sign up for app subscriptions through their ROKU tv/device/stick. Expanding international also I think. Risk to reward profile is great here in my opinion. That’s why I own it, and recently bought more to lower my cost basis. Looking forward to their February earnings so hopefully it will recover some

KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:40:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Just curious. What does ROKU offer that you can’t get from a smart TV?
KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:42:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
most people who like ROKU stock have not used Roku or its competitors. I have a Roku and i find it inferior to alternative products

KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sun Jan 30 09:09:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Last time I walked into a GameStop to buy a game was probably when I was 8, that was over 12+ years ago, even now with online shopping, going to a physical store isn’t even a good experience half the time becauseis always out of stock. Same goes for a physical brick and mortar game store. Everything GameStop has in their physical store can be bought online from the comfort of ones home, not to mention, XBox, Nintendo, PlayStation, etc has their own stores built right into their consoles to buy games and download them, and Valve / G2A has been dominating digital game downloads for over a decade now, and with the introduction of GeForce Now, there’s no need to even use those services as much since you can just stream games to your PC and most people have decent internet these days. Just like how Netflix, ROKU, and Amazon Firesticks slowlyBlockbuster, GameStop is next to join the graveyard with Sears, RadioShack, and the like. So tell me, why should I go and buy GME next week?
KEYWORD : ROKU DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:19:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:AMZN / 12
According to ze charts. AMZN was low as $1.50 in 1997. I believe that qualifies as a penny stock

KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:48:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : pennystocks
Throw AMZN in there and you got 100% of mine
KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:13:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I always find it odd how companies are valued as if they wont create another product. They would be known for one thing forever. Like who knew AMZN would create AWS. Or Apple would get into phones. There are probably other examples of this in the sub 100B market cap space right now that crashed 50% just like MRNA did. That may end up creating new products or businesses in the future

KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:49:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Looking forward earning of AMZN &GOOG !(emote|free_emotes_pack|give_upvote)
KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:08:49 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Only one I'm interested in is AMZN. What ait would be if it dived on ER
KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:37:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
None. Fully expected aon earnings due to the first Christmas in 2 years. People forget that 2020 Christmas was cancelled due to COVID, obviously people were going to go ham and spend like crazy in 2021. Stock market was ATH, inflation was still "transitory", housing was booming, delta was subsiding, and Omicron was mild enough to encourage shopping but worrisome enough to discourage travel and bars. Next few earnings reports are where you're going to see a lot of pain. Supply issues and inflation aren't a temporary item anymore, interest rate hikes, fear of looming crash. People aren't going to be spending as much in general, and further to less overall spending, money that was being spent at Costco, Apple, MSFT, NFLX, AMZN companies that boomed during the pandemic and basically holding up the market is going to get redistributed to airlines, restaurants, bars, concerts, resorts, cruises, etc. Crash of the century incoming and the market is playing chicken. Two 18 wheelers are heading toward each other at 100MPH and people are trying to scrounge for a pile of cash in the middle of it before they collide. Sure, you might get a couple bucks but you're risking yourfor it

KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:20:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Exactly same situation value wise that AMZN was earlier in it's life. Anyone old enough remembers🤣
KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:01:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Yep that's valid. What I did is remove the risky stocks that my ETFs were holding. For example, I sold VUG that holds some risky growth stocks (like TSLA) and added to MSFT, V and AMZN. These three are also in VUG but by doing so I was lucky and avoided the big TSLA sell-off, which slowed down VUG's "rebound"

KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:25:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AAPL saved last session and likely created an upward bias for other megacaps. Somewhat underrated, MSFT also helped when they increased guidance. Now GOOG, AMZN and FB will report this week and just the perception for doing similarly well will keep markets afloat. Calls all week then switching to puts after Thu when last behemoth AMZN reports

KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:11:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMZN you better rock youson of a b.

KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:47:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:18:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Which frequently goes down and gets bad press.. They had the first mover advantage but no longer desired.. None of the enterprises trust AMZN with their data.. The contracts are so AMZN sided no enterprise would ever sign it.. They take no responsibility for anythat may happen once u go live on AWS
KEYWORD : AMZN DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:17:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:ON / 11
##IM GONNA DIP MY WIENER IN SUGAR WATER, THEN GO OUTSIDE AND LET BUTTERFLIES LAND ON IT 
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:35:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
##I’M GONNA DIP MY WIENER IN A BOX OF POPCORN, THEN GO TO THE CINEMA AND LET u/Stuck-in_my-head LAND ON IT 
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:04:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
##IM GONNA DIP MY WIENER IN SUGAR WATER, THEN GO OUTSIDE AND LET u/sloptart69 LAND ON IT 
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:01:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEEP ON ROCKIN IN THE FREEWORLD MUTHAFUCKERS
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:34:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
FUUUUUUCK. I BOUGHT THAT ON FRIDAY JUST BEFORE CLOSING. Goddamnit Cramer is gonname, and I do not consent!
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:39:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
PLEASE DONT LISTEN TOLIKE THIS ON WSB. I try to save ya'll time and time again. DO NOT SELL YOUR AMD BECAUSE OF THIS POST. AMD has earnings on Tuesday and have literally not missed earnings in 2 years. They are one of the strongest performers in the semiconductor industry. We are in the middle of a chip shortage that's not lessening and everything needs chips. EVERYTHING. They also JUST got approval from China for the XLNX aquisition. I tried to inform everyone about TSM before earnings as well. Semis will be one of the strongest sectors this year. The ONLY way AMD is heading under 100 is if market sells off again. Then we're all doomed either way. But SPY and QQQ both finally broke their downtrends

KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:23:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
FUNNIEST THING ON THE INTERNET laughed myoff 
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:35:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
YOLO ON WISH YOLO ON WISH YOLO ON WISH YOLO ON WISH YOLO ON WISH Jesus, if banks look for investment information here and not in the sacred halls of congress, puts on all of them

KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:06:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:32:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
#AND THATS WHY YOUR GONNA LOSE YOU LIFE SAVINGS ON TUESDAY

KEYWORD : ON DATE : Sun Jan 30 11:08:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
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NASDAQ:NFLX / 11
I’m curious about NFLX. Hopefully it gets back
KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:42:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : pennystocks
Yup true. I bought in pretty heavy at 2,800 so it definitely wouldto see a dive to 2,500 but I would still buy more. I bought in heavy into NFLX at 358. Too big a deal to miss out on
KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:04:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
How I envision it, when ad revenue model gets introduced, subscribers start to leave to avoid any ads, then the loss in sub revenue puts pressure to increase ad revenue, increased ad revenue gives advertisers more bargaining power, so naturally they will want to either get more time slots on the platform for the most popular content. So NFLX will either have to gut ad revenue at that point to protect content and viewer experience (and ultimately lose out because they would've already lost subscribers a lot of subscribers) or they'll have to bow to advertisers and force loyal subscribers to pay more to avoid ads, which will further decrease subscriptions. Ultimately with less subscribers, advertisers will have more say in what content NFLX should produce. Ad revenue would likely not overtake sub revenue but the priority will likely be placed on ad revenue as a means of better finances to report to shareholders. Imo it'llthe business and increase their need for external financing to operate. NFLX does its best work when they now to no-one except their subscribers which has always been their focus and it has done well for them over the years. It's because of this model that they can play around in other spaces like gaming without having any negative impact to their budget

KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:17:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
None. Fully expected aon earnings due to the first Christmas in 2 years. People forget that 2020 Christmas was cancelled due to COVID, obviously people were going to go ham and spend like crazy in 2021. Stock market was ATH, inflation was still "transitory", housing was booming, delta was subsiding, and Omicron was mild enough to encourage shopping but worrisome enough to discourage travel and bars. Next few earnings reports are where you're going to see a lot of pain. Supply issues and inflation aren't a temporary item anymore, interest rate hikes, fear of looming crash. People aren't going to be spending as much in general, and further to less overall spending, money that was being spent at Costco, Apple, MSFT, NFLX, AMZN companies that boomed during the pandemic and basically holding up the market is going to get redistributed to airlines, restaurants, bars, concerts, resorts, cruises, etc. Crash of the century incoming and the market is playing chicken. Two 18 wheelers are heading toward each other at 100MPH and people are trying to scrounge for a pile of cash in the middle of it before they collide. Sure, you might get a couple bucks but you're risking yourfor it

KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:20:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
More specifically, SQ, TDOC, SHOP and a few others are highly likely to triple. I would've said NFLX too but like a volatile clown she dumped it on the lows after buying at previous lows

KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:38:45 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:11:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NFLX isn't growing users anymore but their costs are. They can't justify a 40+ PE in this market environment especially after guidance that they're going into the shitters. The video game business has too high barriers to entry for NFLX, extremely expensive for them to develop, and not what people click on the app for. Very competitive already too with Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo experienced heavyweights to contend with. They're also leaking users to other streaming services in the United States -- their most profitable customers. Can no longer price as a growth stock

KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:33:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NFLX is dying, and their IP catalog iscompared to their competitors

KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:50:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
SNAP could be da next NFLX / DOCU
KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:41:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
SNAP is the NFLX of the week
KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:20:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
The DD ppl r referring above stated a counter point to this : NFLX also have a subscription cost still it tanked
KEYWORD : NFLX DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:15:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:MRNA / 11
Individualtreatment using MRNA is also in their pipeline their program that designed the vaccine that has been put in billions of arms TOOK LESS THAN 3 DAYS TO CREATE. It took longer for them to get the gene sequencing from Wuhan to plug into the algorithm / machine, literally. One day, it may be as simple as capturing a healthy DNA sample from apatient alongside a sample of their tumor's DNA, plugging them into this machine overseen by their experts, and getting a shot that can cure individual cancers

KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:27:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I always find it odd how companies are valued as if they wont create another product. They would be known for one thing forever. Like who knew AMZN would create AWS. Or Apple would get into phones. There are probably other examples of this in the sub 100B market cap space right now that crashed 50% just like MRNA did. That may end up creating new products or businesses in the future

KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:49:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
moderna hasnt had a single medication or vaccine approved thruout their entire ordeal as a company. their ticker is MRNA form your own opinion
KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:19:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I’m heavily invested in NVAX and it’s pegged to MRNA by algos / etfs so I am bullish on MRNA too. Take us to the moon baby
KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sun Jan 30 00:01:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
My leap call in MRNA needs this news badly!
KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:39:49 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
>been waiting for this, the real application of MRNA tech was not in a rushed out the door Corona vaccine I mean, you could trace the advance of mRNA vaccines to freakin invention of Polymerase chain reaction, CRISPR, virus classification and such. We are advancing. Noble prize jury still have to choose, there is no one definite invention per year. That's one way to see it

KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:27:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Didn't the US army just make a tech that helps MRNA work for several mutations?
KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:25:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
But are they sustainable for long term profits? I honestly don’t know. I’m bullish on MRNA but not sure if this is going to be a significant long term profit driver

KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:17:45 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Reddit meme stock poster here, MRNA can and will go to the moon regardless of “data” and “facts” Professionals with degrees and medical experience don’t have shitposting skills and it shows
KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:32:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
That's fascinating. So the MRNA component may be used to stimulate your immune system in a way that helps the (chemo, radiation, etc.) hurt theand maybe even protect the rest of your body from the side effects. That actually makes a lot of sense. Since this is r/stocks , I would point out that this would still be insanely valuable for the company's prospects

KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:44:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I hold VRTX and MRNA. Very bullish on both at current prices
KEYWORD : MRNA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:29:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
NASDAQ:BBIG / 10
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:52:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : pennystocks
For once I agree. $BBIG has a 23k member reddit behind it. BBIG makes 100 times more sense to pursue
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:37:57 2022 SUBREDDIT : pennystocks
It’s definitely not “too good to be true”. I do it all the time and have generated a lot of cash this way. I would make sure you know how it works before jumping in with real money tho. It’s impossible for me to tell you how much you’ll earn per 10k for several reasons. Volatility, idk which stock you’re talking about, idk if you’re wanting to sell weeklies or monthlies, etc. There are many factors involved. To give you a quick idea, I just looked up BBIG (this is not advice, just an example) and the 2/18 expiration at the $3 strike is going for $.43 Going off of your $10k example, this means you can buy 3,000 shares because it’s currently selling for $2.92 a share. 3,000 Shares would cost you $8,760. So if you buy 3,000 shares of BBIG right now, you could then sell 30 covered calls. So you could sell 30 calls at $.43 per share. This would earn you $1,290 in premium. This isn’t even counting the .08 cents in stock appreciation from 2.92 to 3.00. That would be another $240. So all together if BBIG is above $3 per share at market close on 2/18, you’d make $1,530. Before you do this there’s a flip side, if BBIG drops to $2 per share before then, you’ll still earn the $1,290 in premium, but you’ll have an unrealized loss of $2,760 from your shares going down. So if this particular scenario happened you’d be down $1,470. So is the reward worth the risk? That’s up to you to decide. It’s your $10k. A lot of pure income traders don’t care too much if their stock goes down or not. They look at it like a rental property. Who cares if the value of the house goes down as long as they’re collecting rent each month, know what I mean? In this BBIG scenario, they’d make the trade, collect their $1,290, and pay their bills with it or whatever they want. Then next month, if BBIG went down, they’d do it all over again. Sell 30 more CCs, collect their money, and just keep repeating the process ad nauseam. Again this isn’t advice, I’m just explaining to you the process, the risk, the reward, and the thought process behind ppl who do this for a living. Typically income traders will do this with better fundamental companies and with better technical charts than BBIG, but BBIG volatility is through the roof so it was an example for you to show you that $10k can potentially go far if you know your options, pun not intended

KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:39:01 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:43:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:45:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
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KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:44:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:32:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:45:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:32:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : BBIG DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:45:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:WISH / 8
I WISH you would have shared what company that was. Edit: while seemingly accurate, wish is a US company. I just thought it was funnywhile the rest of you would think the funny part was my time as a wish bagholder

KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:07:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : pennystocks
It's kind of a strange habit folks who are trying to justify the valuation on their company. This week alone I've heard PLTR, WISH, DKNG, TSLA and SOFI are all comparable to how Amazon was. I don't know why Amazon is the only company people in these "growth" stock message boards keep comparing their company to. But it gets old and really comparing any company to another 25 years ago is kind ofsince we're in an entirely different environment for growth, it's a different sector, and there is a 0% any company will even remotely mirror another companies 25 year story. But next week we'll hear how company x, y and z are all "just like Amazon". It's just kind of cringey and immediately makes people roll their eyes. It's not you personally, but the legions of people who all believe their company is obviously Amazon 25 years ago. Even when their company is crashing and potentially insolvent; albeit that's not Tesla

KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:22:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:21:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You know you are posting about losing money in the sub that masturbates to lossright? Home of WISH, PTON, BB, SNDL, BABA, PLTR, TLRY, ARKK, etc. There's like one person making money off these posts for every 9 that end up giving handies at Wendy's I do avoid the supercult sub though, it's unbearable even for someone who holds some GME
KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:07:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Or all the WISH bs; lol like
KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:24:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I’m guessing his positions were: GME @300, amc @70, WISH @14 and CLOV @ 24
KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:31:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:34:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Are you saying WISH is gonna be the new amazon?
KEYWORD : WISH DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:12:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:UK / 8
Been looking at this for similar reasons, also as a potential risk for uranium. Overall exciting but the timelines companies are publishing look both very ambitious and still not likely to result in a large scale adoption in the near term. Not sure if TAE is the largest - what is your metric? Commonwealth Fusion Systems have taken in a lot of funding, there are a few others raising almost as much and also building demo plants and doing strategic partnerships with governments (e.g. UK, Canada). Not sure about the quantities of lithium involved compared to EVs etc, in particular during the 2020s. The companies themselves - fairly exciting, probably going to end up being room for a couple of clear winners, but until that pans out there is probably good money to be made no matter where - compare eg mobile phones and infrastructure in the 90’s

KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:47:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Personally, here in the UK, I work at a top tier football club, we still are basically fully booked during the weekends

KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sun Jan 30 10:07:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I still like the stock as a long-term investor and will buy more because: 1. Shift of advertising dollars from Linear TV to Over-The-Top. 26% of U.S. households time spent watching TV is through streaming, but a smaller % of advertising is actually spent on streaming. More people are going to cut the cord cuz it's tooexpensive and the $ will follow to reach those audiences 2. international opportunity (#1 TV in Canada, #1 in Mexico, getting started in UK, Germany, Brazil, Chile, and Peru) 3. competitive advantage with Roku TV OS (only OS that is purpose built for TVs and why it has ~38% leading share of U.S. streaming players) 4. Attractive valuation trading at just 6.8x my FY'21 revenue forecast while other high-growth tech comps are trading at 15x sales. Before this whole group was trading at over 20x sales. Disclosure: ROKU investor with a $420 price target (20x my FY '21 revenue forecast)
KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:37:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I like Zoom &cTwilio since those are both mission-critical stocks on a business &spersonal level &like the business models. The only stock I own with ARK is ROKU. 1. Shift of advertising dollars from Linear TV to Over-The-Top. 26% of U.S. households time spent watching TV is through streaming, but a smaller % of advertising is actually spent on streaming. More people are going to cut the cord cuz it's tooexpensive and the $ will follow to reach those audiences 2. international opportunity (#1 TV in Canada, #1 in Mexico, getting started in UK, Germany, Brazil, Chile, and Peru) 3. competitive advantage with Roku TV OS (only OS that is purpose built for TVs and why it has ~38% leading share of U.S. streaming players) 4. Attractive valuation trading at just 6.8x my FY'21 revenue forecast while other high-growth tech comps are trading at 15x sales. Before this whole group was trading at over 20x sales. Disclosure: ROKU investor with a $420 price target (20x my FY '21 revenue forecast)
KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:26:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I realize I’m taking this outside a financial discussion, but the china/Russia situation is such a concern. So few understand the amount of chaos that is about to come about if Russia invades Ukraine and/or China takes control of Taiwan. It will first hit the markets just as you said, but is very likely the start of WWIII. The US is torn and weakened. UK is torn and weakened. Both have much to lose and little to gain from a real war with powerful enemies. In contrast, Russia and China have much to gain and relatively little to lose if they strategize correctly from the start

KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:07:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Don't know about mainland Europe but here in the UK it's basically viewed as gambling. It's weirdly taboo and most people don't even know what an ETF is, let alone how to invest in one. Not everyone knows that their pensions are invested in the stock market forsake

KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:59:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Yep, options are quite hard for a UK retail investor to get access to. ..so it’s CFD for us

KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:22:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I use Interactive Brokers, if it's available in my country it's probably available in UK. There's a few others that provide options, but not that many

KEYWORD : UK DATE : Sat Jan 29 19:26:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:PYPL / 7
i have a feeling PYPL is gonna tank on earnings. My average is $240, and it's probably going to $120 at least.me

KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 08:26:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
TWLO + UPST + PYPL + SNAP + small caps are 40% down last 30 days/YTD
KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 23:56:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
So I bought GOOG, GM, AMD and PYPL last week… howam I? 😅😅
KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:08:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Not really a PYPL as much an everyone issue. Honestly this will create more business for CPA's to parse what on that 1099 is actually taxable and what isn't

KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:00:54 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
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KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:55:25 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
2/1 is gonna be break or make: XOM, UPS, GM, PYPL, Alpha, AMD, SBUX
KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:50:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Last week of Super Earnings. I am in a lot of these and biggest is GOOG. Might play PYPL w CSP. I am not in SNAP PINS FB F but all look fun

KEYWORD : PYPL DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:16:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:NVDA / 7
At What price do you like NVDA?
KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:32:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
First NVDA, now AMD. F Cramer

KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:44:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Buying more NVDA Monday, got it

KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:55:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I want to increase my position with NVDA, have a buy order in at 200, but if it gets close to that in the next two weeks I will move my order to 185

KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:44:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Yeah I have a lot of shares of NVDA. I am so hoping that it will double in the next few years

KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sun Jan 30 09:47:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Yeah but $10 trillion to it'll be cheaper a year from now. Those are kinda extreme. Either way I already dropped about $150K in NVDA so I'mcuz how often is Cramer right

KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:35:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
He's right a majority of the time. People just looked to highlight a few of his big misses. You try pontificating on stocks every single day the market is open and see if you don't get some wrong. It's pretty ballsy. This sub is justthat when he called a top on GME they didn't listen. Instead they propped up all the hedgies using WSB as a mechanism to transfer dollars from Melvin. A few WSB folks got rich but aof a lot of institutional investors made shitloads from posting diamond hand memes. And yes, NVDA is a good stock to own. The fact that it gets cheaper sometimes doesn't mean it's not a premier company to own long-term

KEYWORD : NVDA DATE : Sun Jan 30 10:14:49 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:MTCH / 7
my yolo of the week is MTCH 100p 2/4
KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:38:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Puts on MTCH. P/e 58 and an absurd 31B market cap. Tech as a whole been hammered and I see this going that route

KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:04:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Tuesday, wednesday and thursday each have at least two good options to bet on for me. Tuesday: Match and PYPL Wednesday: Facebook and Spotify Thursday: Snapchat and Pinterest as of now what I am sure of is puts on MTCH. either 100p or 105p depending on what the price is monday
KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:27:46 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Puts lotto plays of this coming week: MTCH SNAP PINS
KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:22:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:53:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
MTCH had some unusual largeat close on Friday, kinda caught me off guard

KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:57:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I think the thought behind put plays for MTCH is future guidance and projected growth numbers. MTCH did really well during covid lockdowns so the thought is they will post ER beat or meet, but post projections for next qtr ER that will be a significant decrease from the previous year

KEYWORD : MTCH DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:06:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:IBKR / 7
Psychology. Been working on this by entering a position with a trailing stop or a sell at my targets. Had to switch brokers, was using Webulls turd. On tos until I'm more consistent, then IBKR. Sitting and watching algos all day stresses me out. I've been thinking about just doing swing plays. They're easier for me to see setup wise, and with options 4-6 weeks out I have more time to manage. Especially with earnings setups

KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sat Jan 29 12:41:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
Lmao, I regularly trade hundreds of SPY contracts (at around $1.5 - 2.5 per 100th of a contract) per trade for several trades a day. Not just "1-5 contracts" or just "30-50 contracts" lmao. The spread is the difference between Ask and Bid, and if you check SPY (nearest day expiry, which I always trade as I'm a scalper), its spread is literally $0.1 or 0.2, and the volume is in the few tens thousands to hundred thousands. It's very, very liquid. Using IBKR, the fee with my approach is roughly $0.7 per contract ($1.4 per contract per round-trip). My profit taker is set to $0.04 from parent order (which is a net profit of 1 I am making literally 1% per trade NET. My trading strategy (outlined in my post on r/daytrading) relies on counter-momentum trading. The higher the candle stretches (like you mentioned $1-3, the greater my odds become. Furthermore, for extra liquidity, I also trade TSLA options, which moves much faster than SPY. For TSLA, I counter-momentum scalp an even higher profit taker

KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:15:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : Daytrading
IBKR has lower interest rates than HOOD though

KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:05:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
That's almost exactly what I was doing this past week. I moved to IBKR to take advantage of $1k promo in IBKR stock. My money has to stay here for a year. It's 2/3 index funds which I add to weekly. With how red January has been I've actually dipped into their 1.09% margin to buy more index funds. Can't believe it's such a low rate but I'll take it. Still not going crazy with it and as I said I add every spare cent beyond an emergency fund into it so it'll get paid off eventually anyways. I equate this to buying food I can store or nonperishables that are on sale; good value if you're doing it right

KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sun Jan 30 08:31:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:09:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
>I just personally think it should be a 50/50 split where both parties have the possibility to benefit. Then use a good broker which does exactly that like IBKR or Fidelity

KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sat Jan 29 12:24:59 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
IBKR for options, the tws is a bit intimidating but quite intuitive, you can, just like with $HOOD play earnings, but don't expect it to fall like a rock !(emote|t5_2th52|5957)
KEYWORD : IBKR DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:58:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:GO / 7
KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:39:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
##IM GONNA DIP MY WIENER IN SUGAR WATER, THEN GO OUTSIDE AND LET BUTTERFLIES LAND ON IT 
KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sun Jan 30 03:35:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
##I’M GONNA DIP MY WIENER IN A BOX OF POPCORN, THEN GO TO THE CINEMA AND LET u/Stuck-in_my-head LAND ON IT 
KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:04:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
##IM GONNA DIP MY WIENER IN SUGAR WATER, THEN GO OUTSIDE AND LET u/sloptart69 LAND ON IT 
KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:01:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sun Jan 30 08:58:21 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
AMD and Qualcomm ALL IN GO HARD OR TO WENDYS
KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:05:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
The p/e is 30, the peg is less than 1. The stock is pretty much in value territory. They're also making massive margins right now due to the crazy semiconductor demand. I know no one here knows what fundamentals are but they work both ways. I see a very little chance of this hitting 80 but I forgot bears have taken over WSB. Now what's your argument besides REEE STONKS ONLY GO DOWN

KEYWORD : GO DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:42:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:CLOV / 7
The market goes up and to the right. Don’t need a box of my favorite crayons to see that. The only exception is CLOV

KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:25:29 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sat Jan 29 20:10:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Everyone who points to the congress report showing the shorts did in fact cover and the volume we saw was based on FOMO is the easiest one, and then that person gets downvoted to oblivion by thebreathing. The "unusual price movement" on GME is standard pump and dump, quick ramp up followed by a quick ramp down when you run out of buyers. Look at the first 2 weeks of HOOD after IPO, AMC when it broke 60 and then broke 50 again a few months later, look at the spike in CLOV on Jun '21, they all have the same price movement. It's just a pump and dump, there's nothing unusual about it. You don't need complex dark market theories to explain quick spikes in price movement, it's justFOMOing I'm sure you have all kinds of other nonsense that you canbut all of it can be explained away pretty easily with just basic finance and markets knowledge
KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:18:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sun Jan 30 04:29:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I’m guessing his positions were: GME @300, amc @70, WISH @14 and CLOV @ 24
KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:31:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:34:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I was at $300k on GME, didn’t realize my gains. I got to $300k again on CLOV, didn’t realize my gains. Now I’m around $20k and boy, do I realize it. Not a hotshot anymore #humbled 😓
KEYWORD : CLOV DATE : Sun Jan 30 02:32:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:GOOG / 6
KEYWORD : GOOG DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:39:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I think GOOG will pop like AAPL after earnings. They are undervalued relative to other mega tech and the regulatory pressure is the only thing stopping them

KEYWORD : GOOG DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:48:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AAPL saved last session and likely created an upward bias for other megacaps. Somewhat underrated, MSFT also helped when they increased guidance. Now GOOG, AMZN and FB will report this week and just the perception for doing similarly well will keep markets afloat. Calls all week then switching to puts after Thu when last behemoth AMZN reports

KEYWORD : GOOG DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:11:08 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
So I bought GOOG, GM, AMD and PYPL last week… howam I? 😅😅
KEYWORD : GOOG DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:08:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Buying AMD, SBUX, and GOOG before the bell
KEYWORD : GOOG DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:20:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Last week of Super Earnings. I am in a lot of these and biggest is GOOG. Might play PYPL w CSP. I am not in SNAP PINS FB F but all look fun

KEYWORD : GOOG DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:16:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:EA / 6
Puts on EA. Why? Because'em. That's why

KEYWORD : EA DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:58:16 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
This week is going to hint at whether the rotation from growth into value is here to stay or if this time isn’t really different at all. I’ve been working at growth tech for 20 years and investing in it for the past 10 years. I’m biased to think growth will always win in the end. I’m also conscious of the young IPO/SPAC/no-revenue bubble mania. That being said, there
*is such a thing as well run growth companies.* In varying degrees and stages of growth, AMD, PayPal, Google, Meta, Spotify, Amazon, Snapchat, Pinterest, Unity, EA, Qualcomm and Fortinet all fall on such category. Then there’s the Microstrategies of the world

KEYWORD : EA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:22:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I'm playing at the money EA puts on Tuesday. Significant insider selling and a couple price target reductions recently, plus Battlefield 2042 has been an absolute flop

KEYWORD : EA DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:50:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
EA puts could be spicy based on the shitshow that was Battlefield
KEYWORD : EA DATE : Sat Jan 29 15:00:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
EA PUTS I'M GOING ALL IN TO COVER THE LOSS FROM THISMARKET
KEYWORD : EA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:14:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : EA DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:24:52 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:Z / 5
ZIM, nice growing company with a nice dividend, shipping service is still a great opportunity! !(emote|free_emotes_pack|money_face)
KEYWORD : Z DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:06:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
can't find the link now, but Holger Zschaepitz posted a chart on his twitter feed showing ARKK was almost exactly tracking the rise and fall of QQQ during the dot-com bubble. ARKK is overvalued trendy low-volumeand it's gonna crash just like her hedge fund crashed decades ago

KEYWORD : Z DATE : Sun Jan 30 01:27:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : Z DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:20:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : Z DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:24:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Millennials and Gen Z will always be dating app users. We are depressed and anxious because our Boomer parents were suchat raising us. Wethe traditional way of meeting people in bars and out in the real world. It's a generalization and there's always exceptions but this is definitely true. Apps are just easier

KEYWORD : Z DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:47:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:PT / 5
You had a $500 PT 5 months ago in response to this same person's post. So do you think it's worth $80 less? Or was your $500 PT just a random number? We'll meet again in 5 months for your $340 PT? Joking of course, but really man be careful on Roku. I don't think it has the potential

KEYWORD : PT DATE : Sat Jan 29 22:27:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Can’t afford to. My spouse currently only works PT bc childcare for 3 kids made her salaried job worthless Also we got a pregnant man emoji now
KEYWORD : PT DATE : Sat Jan 29 16:03:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Haha I was conflicted on $SBUX. first bratty unions and now Cramer. $85 PT confirmed
KEYWORD : PT DATE : Sat Jan 29 14:06:48 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
PTSD from a boomer investor. The market is coming for your FAANG stocks next
KEYWORD : PT DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:44:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Buy tiny house, live off of garden, divvies and PT job. Inconvenience your life by biking everywhere, consuming nothing but a cell phone and brew beer. And that's not even on hard mode

KEYWORD : PT DATE : Sat Jan 29 17:12:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:PS / 5
I would say at least 50 billion in todays market. Their stability and profit margins are unmatched. It would be well over a PS ratio of 10 imo. But an IPO would be the beginning of the end for them imo and undermine the very factors that helped them get so successful

KEYWORD : PS DATE : Sat Jan 29 11:24:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I'm tired of the bears saying the numbers don't add up without sharing their numbers. It's not even complicated. 5 million cars x $42k = $210b in revenue, putting Tesla at ~4x sales or so. If they can get a net profit margin of 15% (gross margins are 30% now), that would be $31.5b in earning, giving them a ~30 PE. Not by accident, the QQQ components have an average PS of 5.7 and PE of 32. Seems roughly fairly valued on the expectation of 5 million cars per year, current margins, and no other business. Invest accordingly

KEYWORD : PS DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:59:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
VR will take over everything. Anyone who says otherwise has yet to use VR. Just traveled to Singapore in VR… come on…. After graphics strides over the next few years… you won’t be able to tell the virtual world vs real world. I also went to the theaters … in VR and watched a movie on a giant screen bigger than iMAX. All theaters will be annihilated. Oh and yes others can go to the theater in VR with you and sit right next to you. Stream movie at home in VR, or go to theaters and pay $50 for popcorn… home in VR. Gaming obviously way better in VR. In the future for thefolks, they can use a controller. But clearly I’m they had COD zombies people wouldn’t even play Xbox or PS… This will happen in time. Hence why Microsoft and PS are entering VR
KEYWORD : PS DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:17:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
PSVR 2 could easily trounce the occulus. Sony has decades experience making screens and controllers. I agree that mainstream VR is coming. You know sayings like don’t try to buy the next Amazon, just buy Amazon? Just buy Sony. Not that Meta is a bad play, but if I’m investing in VR I’m investing in Sony because they are established already make everything needed to make a VR system better than the occulus. The weight of VR headsets needs to be roughly cut in half before they take off, so I’d guess the next gen will be the big one. Plenty of time to get on the ride

KEYWORD : PS DATE : Sun Jan 30 07:41:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
forward-looking PE/Growth, PS translated to PE based on industry leader (MSFT for SaaS for example)
KEYWORD : PS DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:23:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
NASDAQ:INTC / 5
ANTM 200) , AMAT, AIT , INTC, HON
KEYWORD : INTC DATE : Sat Jan 29 13:06:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
INTC with it's massive and historic continued growth in EPS is trading at a 9 PE this week. Let that sink in..

KEYWORD : INTC DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:20:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You are actually. Solid continued EPS and revenue growth year in, year out. While AMD is a fantastic company keeping INTC honest, INTC is still the $78B behemoth king. They're trading at a
9 PE** this week. I love Su Bae but AMD was not worth the 180 PE it was trading at

KEYWORD : INTC DATE : Sat Jan 29 18:25:43 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I dunno, PE of 40 is high and maybe overvalued? Intel, INTC has a PE of less than 10. Viacom has PE of 6+, Toll Brothers has a PE of under 10 also. CRM PE is still 100+

KEYWORD : INTC DATE : Sun Jan 30 05:17:12 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
INTC beat estimates but forecasted slower growth, share price tanked. Doesnt matter if it posts ER beat, they need good guidance

KEYWORD : INTC DATE : Sat Jan 29 21:01:08 2022 SUBREDDIT