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    #5051 31 days ago
    Quoted from delt31:

    that's not a big jump compared to some of these other stocks not making nearly that much and still going up 500%. Prob a good time to buy more apple.
    I'm long on them anyway

    yah but appl is a real company not some crazy unicorn

    #5052 31 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    Bailing on TESLA today. In at 342 last week so winning no matter what... Trying to guess what the high for the day will be. Figure it will likely go up Monday and part of the day Tuesday, then crash again.

    Screw it... just bailed on Tesla at 443. I'll take a $100 a share profit in two weeks anytime!

    Trying to resist the urge to buy things in the interim. May sell some other stuff to. Looking hard at AAPL if it drops under $100.

    #5053 31 days ago

    Bought some more APPL a bit early at $116. I will wait to see if it dips to around $100 to buy more. I'm not looking to sell any time soon. What I am wondering about is MSFT. They have great growth over the long haul, but have been stagnant the past 3 months while everything else took off. This is again a long term keeper for me, but curious to know what price everyone thinks is a discount buy for MSFT.

    #5054 31 days ago

    Is it me or does Jeremy Seagal look like every Jr high geeky shop teacher?

    Message from the Freeeeek Kingdom.

    #5055 31 days ago

    Pretty sure I'm cashing out of WKHS soon. I'm a small time investor, so 6x profit on my small position, 1000 shares, is a nice cash infusion to reinvest on the coming dip.

    #5056 31 days ago
    Quoted from Monk:

    Bought some more APPL a bit early at $116. I will wait to see if it dips to around $100 to buy more. I'm not looking to sell any time soon. What I am wondering about is MSFT. They have great growth over the long haul, but have been stagnant the past 3 months while everything else took off. This is again a long term keeper for me, but curious to know what price everyone thinks is a discount buy for MSFT.

    Tik Tok China fear retaliation

    It gets resolved by Sunday or deferred until after election

    Either way, bought more Apple today

    Can’t argue for waiting

    Next 45 days are gonna be volatile.

    Use to buy what you like. Uncle FED is there to back you up.

    Get yourselves a portfolio that wins either way on the election risk

    #5057 31 days ago
    Quoted from Elvishasleft:

    Why is it crazy?
    Appl went from $370 a share in March to over $500....
    Its not crazy when it blows up and gets ahead of itself only when it goes down?

    It needed to

    Now we get a gift

    #5058 31 days ago

    Sold 7 AAPL $106.50 puts Wednesday that expired worthless today. Almost got assigned on those....

    Sold 7 AAPL $101.50 puts for next Friday expiration.

    Sold 7 JPM $95.50 puts expiring next Friday.

    I think next week could be rough after quad witching today, so I wouldn't be shocked if I end up having to buy either of those.

    #5059 31 days ago
    Quoted from Roostking:

    Pretty sure I'm cashing out of WKHS soon. I'm a small time investor, so 6x profit on my small position, 1000 shares, is a nice cash infusion to reinvest on the coming dip.

    6X, that’s awesome!! As of this afternoon my position with WKHS 2X. Hopefully they can sustain this run. I don’t want to completely cash out but I’d definitely like to take some profits and play with house money!

    #5060 31 days ago

    RGB just died. RIP. This makes a Trump reelection more likely. Betting odds will reflect this Monday. Markets like Trump. I say a 500 point rise in the Dow Monday.

    #5061 31 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    RGB just died. RIP. This makes a Trump reelection more likely. Betting odds will reflect this Monday. Markets like Trump. I say a 500 point rise in the Dow Monday.

    Guy on the news said this all but assures a Biden presidency. I guess you can twist it either way to fit your beliefs.

    #5062 31 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    RGB just died. RIP. This makes a Trump reelection more likely. Betting odds will reflect this Monday. Markets like Trump. I say a 500 point rise in the Dow Monday.

    Rip Ruth. Babe, you were tough as nails.
    Respect, chest bump. 27 years girl, damn.
    My phone went off within minutes of her death.
    What's great about America is that I 100% disagree with you. The turmoil this could cause next week affects the market. We were on the brink of a stimulus package. That now could be held as a pawn to a nomination. I feel a deadlock in this till after election.
    Anyway, those were the phone calls I got.
    At least I got some Appl today.

    10
    #5063 31 days ago

    Regardless of politics, I thought RBG was an incredibly thoughtful and sincere Justice. I always got the sense that she was trying to do what she thought was right. She lead an incredible life and will definitely leave a void on the Supreme Court.

    #5064 31 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    RGB just died. RIP. This makes a Trump reelection more likely. Betting odds will reflect this Monday. Markets like Trump. I say a 500 point rise in the Dow Monday.

    You got it.

    Brings issue to the front

    Do you want a constitutionalist?

    Who’s on the Biden list. Let’s see it

    We need to adhere to the rule of law and constitution or there is no country

    Unless you live in DC or Virginia

    The market will react accordingly

    Chief Justice Roberts has already secured her legacy

    #5065 31 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    Who’s on the Biden list. Let’s see it

    Merrick Garland, among others.

    #5066 31 days ago
    Quoted from jayhawkai:

    Merrick Garland, among others.

    Lol. Says who? The teleprompter?

    He doesn’t know what day it is

    This is why it’s so important for the future of our country

    What you think is right? For whom?

    #5067 31 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    Regardless of politics, I thought RBG was an incredibly thoughtful and sincere Justice. I always got the sense that she was trying to do what she thought was right. She lead an incredible life and will definitely leave a void on the Supreme Court.

    Very well said.

    #5068 28 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    RGB just died. RIP. This makes a Trump reelection more likely. Betting odds will reflect this Monday. Markets like Trump. I say a 500 point rise in the Dow Monday.

    Monday market prediction has proven... fasle. I sold all my TSLA and held cash Friday. I'm going to sell everything else (in day trading fund) today at the market open. I'm up so no biggie. I am eying 2 major investment opportunities.

    1. I predict TSLA will spike then crash this week. I think Tuesday by the close it may see 500, but by the end of the week it is likely to be back closer to or even under 400. If it hits 360 again I will back up the truck.

    2. I may jump on the APPL train if it drops below 100.

    Looking to time the market (big mistake I know) and see what is on sale.

    With RGB down this week politics will be volatile. I think things will settle down a bit on Wednesday next week (the 30th) assuming the debate happens on the 29th.

    #5069 28 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    RGB just died. RIP. This makes a Trump reelection more likely. Betting odds will reflect this Monday. Markets like Trump. I say a 500 point rise in the Dow Monday.

    Or a 750-point bloodbath. You just never know with these markets!

    #5070 28 days ago
    Quoted from wtuttle:

    Or a 750-point bloodbath. You just never know with these markets!

    See post above where I eat my words.

    #5071 28 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    Monday market prediction has proven... fasle. I sold all my TSLA and held cash Friday. I'm going to sell everything else (in day trading fund) today at the market open. I'm up so no biggie. I am eying 2 major investment opportunities.
    1. I predict TSLA will spike then crash this week. I think Tuesday by the close it may see 500, but by the end of the week it is likely to be back closer to or even under 400. If it hits 360 again I will back up the truck.
    2. I may jump on the APPL train if it drops below 100.
    Looking to time the market (big mistake I know) and see what is on sale.
    With RGB down this week politics will be volatile. I think things will settle down a bit on Wednesday next week (the 30th) assuming the debate happens on the 29th.

    This downturn seems more about the virus shutting down Europe again than politics.

    #5072 28 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    See post above where I eat my words.

    I certainly meant no offense. I just mean there is just no way to predict anything on a day-to-day basis. I still think a reasonable level for the Dow is about 22,000...present levels do not reflect the reality of what the market should be based on: earnings. Earnings are down largely across the board. It's just stimulus and interest rate hacking making stocks seemingly the only suitable place to have your money.

    #5073 28 days ago

    What's the over / under on hitting the halt trading switch today?
    DAMN

    #5074 28 days ago
    Quoted from Atari_Daze:

    What's the over / under on hitting the halt trading switch today?
    DAMN

    If memory serves, there is a 30-minute time-out for the market at -7%. So we'd need to lose another 4.5% or so to trigger that. Probably not happening today, but I hear you.

    #5075 28 days ago

    Put the Duke brothers' seats on the exchange up for sale at once; seize all assets of Duke & Duke Commodities Brokers, as well as all personal holdings of Randolph and Mortimer Duke.

    #5076 28 days ago

    Mama always said there was gonna be some short term volatility!

    Embrace the fear, profit from it

    Down big early back in green for me

    FSLY, SHOP, TTD, AAPL, SE, PINS coming

    There’s always a bull market somewhere

    And that big fat “Fed put” is sitting there firmly in place

    #5077 28 days ago
    Quoted from Ericpinballfan:

    We were on the brink of a stimulus package. That now could be held as a pawn to a nomination. I feel a deadlock in this till after election.

    Bingo!

    #5078 28 days ago

    you guys think we could retract below 3000 on the s&p 500 or even lower?

    #5079 28 days ago

    Did Deeproot tank the market?

    They keep trying to “fight it” don’t they?

    #5080 28 days ago

    Hmmm...Apple back to $110 today on a down day. How about that?

    Own it, don't trade it, buy more on dips. I've said it 100 times, but hey, whatever floats your boat.

    Nice up day overall.

    #5081 28 days ago

    SHOP : Shopify lands long-term love from Goldman Sachs • 3:04 PM
    Goldman Sachs boosts its price target on Shopify (SHOP +1.1%) to $1,318 after factoring in a much higher take rate for the online platform over the long term.
    "We believe the steady growth in value-added services offered by SHOP has significantly expanded the company’s opportunity per merchant," updates the firm.
    While most of Wall Street expects big growth numbers out of Shopify, GS takes the math all the way out to 2040 to see total revenue of over $161B.
    Wall Street scorecard on Shopify: 13 Buy-equivalent ratings, 18 Neutral-equivalent ratings and 3 Sell-equivalent ratings.

    E-commerce is a thing right? Lol

    Yeah it’s a bit too high short term

    What the heck. Own it until 2040?

    #5082 28 days ago

    So what's the smart buy right now ICE? What should we buy this evening/tomorrow morning? Is Apple at $110 still a smart pick?

    #5083 28 days ago

    I picked up more MAC today and got some RDSa as well. RDSa hasn't been this low since 1993ish.

    I'm in for the long haul.

    #5084 28 days ago
    Quoted from DadofTwins:

    So what's the smart buy right now ICE? What should we buy this evening/tomorrow morning? Is Apple at $110 still a smart pick?

    Well I bought a bunch at $110 for the long term

    PINS is my largest holding currently

    SE and TTD are next. TTD gets in the buy range for me at $415-430

    SE $125-130 ish

    Should have added to Apple at the open but I was too busy following The DR disaster. Jk

    Might get that opportunity again

    Money is just rotating sectors right now. Tech is still the place to be heading into the 4th qtr

    Especially after this recent drift down

    Of course SPG and MAC, which got thrown out today will bounce back big on holiday season and the vaccine I think

    CCL a bit later, 1st qtr when vaccine is readily available across the world

    ACC and VICI are two more REITS I like

    I like a barbell approach right now with TECH and in the ditch with Tech over weighted.

    SGEN, CRSP and the etf ARK.G in biotech, genomics and health care

    #5085 28 days ago

    Just my two cents btw

    Nobody knows what’s gonna happen short term

    I like where the “market” is today versus a few weeks ago.

    I remind myself every day I wake up, “don’t fight the fed”

    Today was more about no stimulus package before the election worries

    I believe it gets done because there is an election and big chunk of the moderate Pelosi crew needs it’s done

    #5086 28 days ago

    Hi guy really new to trading. What do you guys do when markets crash...keep the stocks you have and just buy more on sale or take stocks out and wait for the crash to happen and then buy? I'm debating on the right approach.

    Got caught up in NNOX...bought some shares at $18 and then $52 just to watch everything crash. I thought I had done some due diligence by looking into the board of directors and who they were. I'm still holding the shares.

    I have diversified in roughly 15 stocks. Don't want to stretch myself too thin.

    #5087 28 days ago

    Sleepy proposing the biggest capital Tax gain in history. Not happy to hear. Wonder how the market will react..

    #5088 28 days ago
    Quoted from delt31:

    Sleepy proposing the biggest capital Tax game in history. Not happy to hear. Wonder how the market will react..

    Lol. Yeah that tax plan has been out for a bit. Nobody pays attention to it because they don’t want to hear it

    TAXES on everyone that makes a living are going way up under Biden

    Just read the plan

    Even if Trump wins these tax cuts expire in 2025

    The savings for the lower and middle class are proportionately bigger than for those at the upper end

    I get that anything above basic math 2+2=4 is tough for a lot of workers to understand BUT.....

    Just take a look at the proposed marginal tax brackets under Biden versus today.

    Forget Cap gains taxes and the loss of the step up in basis for all

    With dynamic scoring his plan raises $3.2 trillion over 10 yrs. Pelosi and Schumer want to dole that sum out tomorrow on top of all the $$ already spent

    What’s hard to grasp is this: Revenues to the treasury go UP when you lower taxes like Trump did because of the increase in GDP growth!!!!!

    A lesser % on a bigger pie of productivity

    Even if the net effect was zero between the plans at least Trump results in JOBS, higher wages for the middle class and GROWTH!!!

    That’s the bottom line right there folks.

    The ONLY chance to get out of debt and deficits is to GROW and INFLATE our way out.

    You can’t TAX your way out. People are leaving in droves from high tax states like California, New York and New Jersey.

    Their answer? Hike taxes more and then hope the federal govt will bail
    Them out

    Simple As that

    #5089 28 days ago
    Quoted from flashinstinct:

    Hi guy really new to trading. What do you guys do when markets crash...keep the stocks you have and just buy more on sale or take stocks out and wait for the crash to happen and then buy? I'm debating on the right approach.
    Got caught up in NNOX...bought some shares at $18 and then $52 just to watch everything crash. I thought I had done some due diligence by looking into the board of directors and who they were. I'm still holding the shares.
    I have diversified in roughly 15 stocks. Don't want to stretch myself too thin.

    My Advice would be trade but make sure you have long term keepers. I know a few “traders” who only trade with 10-20% of their portfolio and have the rest invested long term. Some of the folks also use QQQ as their home base part of their portfolio To go along with their long term stocks. They also turn short term trading off for periods of volatility like the past couple of weeks. Like how could you trade today with the market so erratic?

    For long term perspective my Dad did well but not a rich guy for sure and he made two $50k bets on AAPPL, one at $8 and another at $10 about 10 years ago and held them. Now he has over $1 million worth and collects $700 a month in AAPL dividends as gravy on top. He never sold. He just bought chunks of SHOP at $400 and $500 this year also. Didn’t sell that yet either and has no plans to. Ice has some good long term picks. I own most of them also. Good luck Flash!

    Edit some minor mistakes my Dad said he did do was not reinvest his dividends back into AAPL to buy more shares and he sold a tiny bit of AAPL 5 years ago. He can’t remember what he bought.

    #5090 28 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    Mama always said there was gonna be some short term volatility!
    Embrace the fear, profit from it
    Down big early back in green for me
    FSLY, SHOP, TTD, AAPL, SE, PINS coming
    There’s always a bull market somewhere
    And that big fat “Fed put” is sitting there firmly in place

    Roku?! I was up 1.25% with 32% cash in my portfolio. Weird day for sure. And thanks for reminding me about SHOP. I sold all earlier when I went to trim tech and need to buy back. Cheers Ice

    #5091 28 days ago
    Quoted from flashinstinct:

    Hi guy really new to trading. What do you guys do when markets crash...keep the stocks you have and just buy more on sale or take stocks out and wait for the crash to happen and then buy? I'm debating on the right approach.
    Got caught up in NNOX...bought some shares at $18 and then $52 just to watch everything crash. I thought I had done some due diligence by looking into the board of directors and who they were. I'm still holding the shares.
    I have diversified in roughly 15 stocks. Don't want to stretch myself too thin.

    Read this article and apply your own stocks to it. For 10 yrs.

    https://seekingalpha.com/article/4375562-you-want-to-retire-in-10-years-spend-2020-buying-stocks

    #5092 28 days ago

    Thoughts on SVC? It looks like it could be a good long term option.

    #5093 27 days ago
    Quoted from flashinstinct:

    Hi guy really new to trading. What do you guys do when markets crash...keep the stocks you have and just buy more on sale or take stocks out and wait for the crash to happen and then buy? I'm debating on the right approach.
    Got caught up in NNOX...bought some shares at $18 and then $52 just to watch everything crash. I thought I had done some due diligence by looking into the board of directors and who they were. I'm still holding the shares.
    I have diversified in roughly 15 stocks. Don't want to stretch myself too thin.

    Depends on the reason you bought them in the first place.
    Gambling/Investing
    Sometimes a crash is a discount and reason to buy
    Sometimes a stock declines for a very good reason and it's time to sell

    #5094 27 days ago

    Here is my issue with stocks. I own some, but not a lot compared to most of you guys / gals. My issue is when I look at what I've made on a particular stock and then I look at the 30% capital gains, it seems like if you're not making $5k or $10k trades, you're just working for the government. For example, let's say I buy 100 shares of Stock X at $10/share and it goes up to $12/share. I sell it and take my 20% profit which is only $200. Now remove the crazy short term capital gains of $40 and I've made $140.

    I guess it's $140 I didn't have yesterday, but on the downside, I could easily lose more than that $200 and the write offs are limited from my understanding. Maybe my reasoning is flawed......

    So instead of buying stocks, I've just been putting 31% of my pay in my 401K. Maybe that's not the best way to go, but it's better than nothing.

    Are there any of you that just play with a little money? I just don't have the capital to play with $30k trades on a regular basis like I see in some posts because I spent it all on pinball machines.

    #5095 27 days ago
    Quoted from Spyderturbo007:

    Here is my issue with stocks. I own some, but not a lot compared to most of you guys / gals. My issue is when I look at what I've made on a particular stock and then I look at the 30% capital gains, it seems like if you're not making $5k or $10k trades, you're just working for the government. For example, let's say I buy 100 shares of Stock X at $10/share and it goes up to $12/share. I sell it and take my 20% profit which is only $200. Now remove the crazy short term capital gains of $40 and I've made $140.
    I guess it's $140 I didn't have yesterday, but on the downside, I could easily lose more than that $200 and the write offs are limited from my understanding. Maybe my reasoning is flawed......
    So instead of buying stocks, I've just been putting 31% of my pay in my 401K. Maybe that's not the best way to go, but it's better than nothing.
    Are there any of you that just play with a little money? I just don't have the capital to play with $30k trades on a regular basis like I see in some posts because I spent it all on pinball machines.

    Don't forget about your tax advantaged accounts.

    You can put $6,000 in a ROTH or traditional IRA every year. If you put your money into a ROTH account, you use "after tax dollars". From here on out that money grows tax free. So if you drop your money into a ROTH IRA, you can buy/sell/trade all you want with no tax implications so long as it stays in the account. You can start at $6,000, and make $500,000 per year in the market listening to ICEMAN. You can't withdraw the money until you reach retirement age, but when you withdraw the money you do not pay income tax and you do not pay capital gains.

    Were you to have your money in a non-tax advantaged account, yes, much of what you say is true.

    #5096 27 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    Don't forget about your tax advantaged accounts.
    You can put $6,000 in a ROTH or traditional IRA every year. If you put your money into a ROTH account, you use "after tax dollars". From here on out that money grows tax free. So if you drop your money into a ROTH IRA, you can buy/sell/trade all you want with no tax implications so long as it stays in the account. You can start at $6,000, and make $500,000 per year in the market listening to ICEMAN. You can't withdraw the money until you reach retirement age, but when you withdraw the money you do not pay income tax and you do not pay capital gains.
    Were you to have your money in a non-tax advantaged account, yes, much of what you say is true.

    I've thought about backing down my contribution and moving some of the 401k dollars into a Roth. Can you buy individual stocks "inside" of a Roth? They aren't funds like they are with my 401k? Is the growth non-taxable or just the initial investment?

    As for making 500k following iceman44 I'm not sure that I have the bankroll.

    #5097 27 days ago
    Quoted from Spyderturbo007:

    I've thought about backing down my contribution and moving some of the 401k dollars into a Roth. Can you buy individual stocks "inside" of a Roth? They aren't funds like they are with my 401k? Is the growth non-taxable or just the initial investment?
    As for making 500k following iceman44 I'm not sure that I have the bankroll.

    Yes. You can open an IRA with most banking institutions or through someplace like Schwab or Vangard. You buy individual stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, and I think you can buy bonds and a few other financial instruments if that is your thing. The general recommended investment strategy is as follows:

    1. Contribute to 401k options up to the match (if you have one).
    2. Max out an IRA (ROTH recommended).
    3. Max out remainder of 401k up to the max.
    4. Consult a financial expert for other tax differed recommendations.

    I am also a big fan of the following flowchart that I am sure will open a huge can of worms here.

    https://i.imgur.com/lSoUQr2.png

    lSoUQr2 (resized).jpg

    #5098 27 days ago
    Quoted from sataneatscheese:

    Yes. You can open an IRA with most banking institutions or through someplace like Schwab or Vangard. You buy individual stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, and I think you can buy bonds and a few other financial instruments if that is your thing. The general recommended investment strategy is as follows:
    1. Contribute to 401k options up to the match (if you have one).
    2. Max out an IRA (ROTH recommended).
    3. Max out remainder of 401k up to the max.
    4. Consult a financial expert for other tax differed recommendations.
    I am also a big fan of the following flowchart that I am sure will open a huge can of worms here.
    https://i.imgur.com/lSoUQr2.png
    [quoted image]

    Keep in mind that Roth IRA's have income limits. Based upon income you may or may not be able to participate.

    2020+Roth+IRA+Income+Phaseout+Limits (resized).PNG
    #5099 27 days ago

    If this is another down day, I'll be adding to QQQ, APPL, and CCL. Maybe a few others.

    #5100 27 days ago

    Taxes are taxes. If you're making money, you're paying taxes. I don't mind paying the man. Do I wish capital gains taxes were less? Of course. How do you keep them under control? Vote.

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