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    #5751 11 days ago

    dblm what are your thoughts on the Affirm ipo?

    #5752 11 days ago
    Quoted from Oaken:

    dblm what are your thoughts on the Affirm ipo?

    Not enough details yet out there for me to have an opinion. With it being installment payment credit, it is an interesting space. It is part of the so-called Paypal Mafia, and has Peter Thiel backing it, so there is wood behind the arrow, but could also be manipulated a bit. Look forward to seeing the filings.

    #5753 11 days ago

    If you own SHOP you gotta love the Alipay deal just announced

    Great execution by management and CEO owns 8% of the stock

    Much higher 3-5 yrs. won’t be a straight line but off 20% from highs

    Will keep looking for “rotation trade” dips to buy all that we like

    Barbell

    #5754 11 days ago

    The Trade Desk +6% as Berenberg calls it best way to play CTV

    Nov. 19, 2020 11:10 AM ETThe Trade Desk, Inc. (TTD)By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor
    The Trade Desk (NASDAQ:TTD) is up 6% following an initiation at Berenberg, which says it's arguably "the best way to play connected TV."
    The tipping point for streaming TV and CTV ads is here, the firm says, with a convergence of more viewers and content with advertisers' focus on improving return on investment.
    The Trade Desk has famously rallied over the past year (up 233%, even accounting for the spring decline), but it has favorable positioning and strong profitability in an "enormous" total addressable market, the firm says. The company has a "formidable, and sustainable" competitive advantage.

    We have known this for quite some time right?

    #5755 11 days ago

    Motley Fool Rule Breaker "best buys". Just dropped.

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    #5756 11 days ago

    ARK etf buys on 11/17. fwiw

    Today Ark Invest:
    Bought:
    $U, $45.6M
    $TDOC, $45.2M
    $SHOP, $17.4M
    $DOCU, $7M
    $FSLY, $6.8M
    $NTDOY, $5.1M
    $TSLA, $4.5M

    #5757 11 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    ARK etf buys on 11/17. fwiw
    Today Ark Invest:
    Bought:
    $U, $45.6M
    $TDOC, $45.2M
    $SHOP, $17.4M
    $DOCU, $7M
    $FSLY, $6.8M
    $NTDOY, $5.1M
    $TSLA, $4.5M

    Any thoughts on Dropbox? They seem to be in a strong financial position with some similarities to Docusign and the stock price is below $20

    #5758 11 days ago

    Hmm thanks mrbally for the tip to buy Bally it’s up 24% today. Wish I would have bought more and known about the Sinclair deal

    #5759 10 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    ARK etf buys on 11/17. fwiw
    Today Ark Invest:
    Bought:
    $U, $45.6M
    $TDOC, $45.2M
    $SHOP, $17.4M
    $DOCU, $7M
    $FSLY, $6.8M
    $NTDOY, $5.1M
    $TSLA, $4.5M

    I've been getting Arks trade e-mail for a few weeks. Looks like they sold a lot of growth stocks today including 120,000 shares of PINS. They'll buy it back lower I'm sure.

    #5760 10 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    I've been getting Arks trade e-mail for a few weeks. Looks like they sold a lot of growth stocks today including 120,000 shares of PINS. They'll buy it back lower I'm sure.

    They also sold some TTD. They have specific target discipline. Not buy and holders!

    The only one I use is Ark.G

    #5761 10 days ago

    I believe they have a rule about weighting, 1 single stock can’t represent anymore than 10% of the specific etf. I’ve seen them sell off a bunch of a stock, specifically Tesla, from time to time right before a surge.

    #5762 10 days ago
    Quoted from athenspin:

    Any thoughts on Dropbox? They seem to be in a strong financial position with some similarities to Docusign and the stock price is below $20

    I like their Smart Workplace but I use Wealthbox primarily

    They aren’t brought up much because of “slow growth” by comparison

    https://seekingalpha.com/article/4389844-smart-workspace-gives-dropbox-sprawling-potential

    #5763 10 days ago
    Quoted from athenspin:

    I believe they have a rule about weighting, 1 single stock can’t represent anymore than 10% of the specific etf. I’ve seen them sell off a bunch of a stock, specifically Tesla, from time to time right before a surge.

    Yep you are correct! With the run PINS and TTD have made I’m sure they had to trim the position.

    Ark.g only 45 holdings or so

    #5764 10 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    The Trade Desk +6% as Berenberg calls it best way to play CTV
    Nov. 19, 2020 11:10 AM ETThe Trade Desk, Inc. (TTD)By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor
    The Trade Desk (NASDAQ:TTD) is up 6% following an initiation at Berenberg, which says it's arguably "the best way to play connected TV."
    The tipping point for streaming TV and CTV ads is here, the firm says, with a convergence of more viewers and content with advertisers' focus on improving return on investment.
    The Trade Desk has famously rallied over the past year (up 233%, even accounting for the spring decline), but it has favorable positioning and strong profitability in an "enormous" total addressable market, the firm says. The company has a "formidable, and sustainable" competitive advantage.
    We have known this for quite some time right?

    My largest position is TTD. For fun I checked my current top holdings and thought I would share with everyone.

    1. TTD
    2. SE
    3. NVDA
    4. MELI
    5. EPD
    6. PLTR
    7. PINS
    8. SPG
    9. ROKU
    10. FB

    And also love ARK ETFs. They list their trades at the end of the day for full open disclosure to show the Hedge fund managers what to buy.

    Catherine Wood is so disruptive!

    #5765 10 days ago
    Quoted from pinnyheadhead:

    My largest position is TTD. For fun I checked my current top holdings and thought I would share.
    1. TTD
    2. SE
    3. NVDA
    4. MELI
    5. EPD
    6. PLTR
    7. PINS
    8. SPG
    9. ROKU
    10. FB
    And also love ARK ETFs. They list their trades at the end of the day for full open disclosure to show the Hedge fund managers what to buy.
    Catherine Wood is so disruptive!

    I just checked mine and it is fairly boring. I have exited a variety of positions here recently so I am close to a core. Not bothering to list the mutuals, which are a fair amount.

    1. AAPL
    2. MSFT
    3. AMZN
    4. RKT
    5. PLTR
    6. LULU
    7. MGM
    8. AAL

    Stocks that I have successfully traded this year included BA, CG, CNTY, COF, COMM, COST, DAL, DKNG, HAL, JPM, LCA, LVS, MCD, NFLX, OXY, REGN, ROKU, RKT, RTX, SBUX, SKYY, SLB, UAL, V, WORK, and ZM.

    #5766 10 days ago
    Quoted from DBLM:

    I just checked mine and it is fairly boring. I have exited a variety of positions here recently so I am close to a core. Not bothering to list the mutuals, which are a fair amount.
    1. AAPL
    2. MSFT
    3. AMZN
    4. RKT
    5. PLTR
    6. LULU
    7. MGM
    8. AAL
    Stocks that I have successfully traded this year included BA, CG, CNTY, COF, COMM, COST, DAL, DKNG, HAL, JPM, LCA, LVS, MCD, NFLX, OXY, REGN, ROKU, RKT, RTX, SBUX, SKYY, SLB, UAL, V, WORK, and ZM.

    If those are boring then boring is pretty darn sexy. I remember now that you were my OXY recommender back in June. How can I forget?
    It will take time And there will be bumps in the road but the future is lining up to look good over the next few years. Good for the market and more important good for everyone.

    It’s so funny how MSFT AMZN and AAPL are kinda boring now. They are but they so aren’t.

    #5767 10 days ago
    Quoted from pinnyheadhead:

    If those are boring then boring is pretty darn sexy. I remember now that you were my OXY recommender back in June. How can I forget?
    It will take time And there will be bumps in the road but the future is lining up to look good over the next few years. Good for the market and more important good for everyone.
    It’s so funny how MSFT AMZN and AAPL are kinda boring now. They are but they so aren’t.

    I am pretty happy with the portfolio as it is, but there will be changes. March and April I hated my portfolio as I had locked in gains in February and nuked the rest in March. It took a while to get my sea legs so I got aggressive to make back losses. It was fun gunslinging. I made some bad calls along the way, but that is life. I look forward to seeing what comes next. Good luck to all.

    #5768 10 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    I like their Smart Workplace but I use Wealthbox primarily
    They aren’t brought up much because of “slow growth” by comparison
    https://seekingalpha.com/article/4389844-smart-workspace-gives-dropbox-sprawling-potential

    I’ll have to wait for a good buying opportunity in docusign. Dropbox has been getting all kinds of attention from youtubers I wonder if it will get some momentum behind it.

    #5769 10 days ago

    My top 10 sits at
    1. Tesla
    2. Facebook
    3. Amazon
    4. Apple
    5. Square
    6. Microsoft
    7. Qualcomm
    8. Sea Limited
    9. PayPal
    10. Beyond Meat

    #5770 10 days ago

    Hey pinnyheadhead, you were asking about Telos the other day and I just saw this. Somebody (not me) circled the appropriate point. Telos has only 8 sales reps right now. From experience, it takes time to build messaging, sales force, and a federal distribution channel at scale. It will take 18 months to 2 years to scale and perform, starting today. Telos is also trying to make the switch from being a System Integrator to being a software vendor, which is tough. I also do not like that they are using the IPO to shore up the balance sheet as opposed to using it to generate new revenue streams. Because of this, I would not personally buy into this at this time.

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    #5771 10 days ago
    Quoted from pinnyheadhead:

    Catherine Wood is so disruptive!

    I got the impression she might be forced out early next year. There's a takeover plan in place.

    "Wood is “disappointed” that Resolute and its private equity owner, Kelso & Company, have issued this “unwelcome notice that they intend to seize control of our business,” she said in a statement. “We do not believe that equity ownership by a party tangential to our business is in the best interest of ARK’s stakeholders.”

    #5772 10 days ago

    I bought Capri holdings CPRI on a cheesy pitch from Fast Money show about a month ago, stock is up 55% since then. Also they just set a target for it to double again.

    I guess the TV guys do know what they are talking about once in a while.

    I love me some Fast Money!!

    #5773 10 days ago

    Teladoc is going ham today!

    #5774 10 days ago

    Long time listener, first time caller.
    What do you guys think about EXROF? Its up 28% today. Cheaper stock, I bought some at 75 cents, and again at $1.70.
    I think its got a lot of long term potential, especially as EV trucking starts to take off.

    #5775 10 days ago
    Quoted from loneacer:

    I got the impression she might be forced out early next year. There's a takeover plan in place.
    "Wood is “disappointed” that Resolute and its private equity owner, Kelso & Company, have issued this “unwelcome notice that they intend to seize control of our business,” she said in a statement. “We do not believe that equity ownership by a party tangential to our business is in the best interest of ARK’s stakeholders.”

    I read that but what is the value of being in an ARKK etf if she leaves? Wouldn’t she just start another ETF?

    Drama

    #5776 9 days ago

    Can someone dumb this down for me please. I only do straight buying and selling and don't understand the more complicated procedures.

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    #5777 9 days ago
    Quoted from iceman44:

    I like their Smart Workplace but I use Wealthbox primarily
    They aren’t brought up much because of “slow growth” by comparison
    https://seekingalpha.com/article/4389844-smart-workspace-gives-dropbox-sprawling-potential

    Just as a customer prospective... Dropbox sucks.

    They basically try to annoy and harass customers into paying them... they give you some free storage and then make your life hell until they get money out if you.

    In a nutshell their biz model sucks. I had a client using it so had to be on it and I regret every minute I had to use it.

    I know 15 or so people that dropped them and use something else now so over time I look for them to be out of biz since its a competitive space.

    #5778 9 days ago
    Quoted from pinnyheadhead:

    My largest position is TTD. For fun I checked my current top holdings and thought I would share with everyone.
    1. TTD
    2. SE
    3. NVDA
    4. MELI
    5. EPD
    6. PLTR
    7. PINS
    8. SPG
    9. ROKU
    10. FB
    And also love ARK ETFs. They list their trades at the end of the day for full open disclosure to show the Hedge fund managers what to buy.
    Catherine Wood is so disruptive!

    Quoted from DBLM:

    I just checked mine and it is fairly boring. I have exited a variety of positions here recently so I am close to a core. Not bothering to list the mutuals, which are a fair amount.
    1. AAPL
    2. MSFT
    3. AMZN
    4. RKT
    5. PLTR
    6. LULU
    7. MGM
    8. AAL
    Stocks that I have successfully traded this year included BA, CG, CNTY, COF, COMM, COST, DAL, DKNG, HAL, JPM, LCA, LVS, MCD, NFLX, OXY, REGN, ROKU, RKT, RTX, SBUX, SKYY, SLB, UAL, V, WORK, and ZM.

    Thanks for your inputs guys!
    I’ll post mine soon to get your opinions, I’m new to this, and I’d love to buy and sell, but I have very little disposable income to drop into this, so I’ve only a couple G in the bucket for my portfolio, I’m just buying and holding. I probably could make more money, but I’m happy with the growth of my positions without anything else.

    Also love me some dividends. It’s like free money!

    #5779 9 days ago
    Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

    Thanks for your inputs guys!
    I’ll post mine soon to get your opinions, I’m new to this, and I’d love to buy and sell, but I have very little disposable income to drop into this, so I’ve only a couple G in the bucket for my portfolio, I’m just buying and holding. I probably could make more money, but I’m happy with the growth of my positions without anything else.
    Also love me some dividends. It’s like free money!

    You are doing just fine. Don’t worry about the amount of money that you have invested. Instead, focus on the fact that you are invested in the first place, which is more than half the battle. Keep it up!

    #5780 9 days ago

    Is anyone using asset management services? I’m nearing the point where I don’t have the time, energy or expertise to manage my investments efficiently so maybe turning into a professional makes sense. So if you have an opinion, or advice on what to take into account when deciding on this I’d appreciate that. Thanks!

    #5781 9 days ago
    Quoted from Kkuoppamaki:

    Is anyone using asset management services? I’m nearing the point where I don’t have the time, energy or expertise to manage my investments efficiently so maybe turning into a professional makes sense. So if you have an opinion, or advice on what to take into account when deciding on this I’d appreciate that. Thanks!

    iceman44

    #5782 8 days ago
    Quoted from Kkuoppamaki:

    Is anyone using asset management services? I’m nearing the point where I don’t have the time, energy or expertise to manage my investments efficiently so maybe turning into a professional makes sense. So if you have an opinion, or advice on what to take into account when deciding on this I’d appreciate that. Thanks!

    Yes, I have an investment manager as well as use a robot advisor Wealth front
    Both have advantages and disadvantages
    WF is only .25% and does some things an investment manager can't

    If you are interested in WF pm me your email and I will send you a sign up link that gives you some extra money under investment before you pay a fee

    #5783 8 days ago

    New to this thread, but I invested a bit right after covid hit, so figured I'd share my progress:
    Renesas (RNECF, RNECY) +98%
    Microchip (MCHP) +67%
    United (UAL) +38%
    PBF -50%
    I recently transformed my PBF shares into AMD and Nvidia. I really expected oil (PBF) to rebound more quickly. Can't win em all I guess. At least airlines (UAL) are getting back up there.

    #5784 8 days ago

    Long time lurker, first time posting on this topic. All the information you guys share is great. What is the best site/app to buy and sell stocks through? Beginner looking to pick up a few stocks to hold for months/years, definitely not day trading. Any help/advice is much appreciate. Thanks!

    #5785 8 days ago
    Quoted from vglohaus:

    Long time lurker, first time posting on this topic. All the information you guys share is great. What is the best site/app to buy and sell stocks through? Beginner looking to pick up a few stocks to hold for months/years, definitely not day trading. Any help/advice is much appreciate. Thanks!

    It used to matter, with different brokerages charging different fees for each trade. They all went to free trades last year. I don't know that it matters much anymore. If you have much to invest, look to see which ones give you bonus money with your first deposit. Ameritrade and E-trade are great. Even Vanguard is fine for individual stocks if you don't need to trade in the pre-market, and they have the lowest fees if you get into ETFs and mutual funds. I consolidated all my accounts with Vanguard so I can see them all together. I have 5 IRAs and a brokerage account there.

    #5786 8 days ago
    Quoted from vglohaus:

    Long time lurker, first time posting on this topic. All the information you guys share is great. What is the best site/app to buy and sell stocks through? Beginner looking to pick up a few stocks to hold for months/years, definitely not day trading. Any help/advice is much appreciate. Thanks!

    I use two. Fidelity and Robinhood. Robinhood is no fees and pretty quick on execution.

    #5787 8 days ago
    Quoted from vglohaus:

    Long time lurker, first time posting on this topic. All the information you guys share is great. What is the best site/app to buy and sell stocks through? Beginner looking to pick up a few stocks to hold for months/years, definitely not day trading. Any help/advice is much appreciate. Thanks!

    It depends on what you want to do and how you want to do it.
    Robinhood is like the Apple version of investing. If you do your research and have outside tips and just want to buy and sell as simply as possible, I suggest Robinhood. It is so straightforward and has no bullshit.

    My referral link, the referee and myself get a stock if you sign up
    (https://join.robinhood.com/lonniel117)

    I’ve actually gotten a few friends to sign up for it. I use this thread and then do research outside with all the different websites and such.

    There’s webull, which is a Chinese company. I’m not very thrilled but I signed up to appease a coworker. It has a ton of info and if you pay a fee you can trade on the Asian, European and any other markets. It has an absolute butt-ton of data. It has benefits but the UI is extremely cluttered and confusing. I wouldn’t recommend it unless you’ve got time to sit at home and just screw with trading with a lot of your free time. I can share a referral link there too if anyone’s interested don’t wanna post them all and seem like I’m advertising lol

    There’s also others like M1 finance with is like AI investing. You invest in “pools” and the AI shifts your money around for you to whatever it thinks is most profitable. It’s kinda cool, haven’t messed with it myself.

    There’s Acorns which is basically a rewards-based investing app. If you shop at version or Apple all the time, 2% of your purchase is returned as a fractional share of stock. So basically the more you buy the more you will own. Interesting but I don’t buy enough stuff to find it useful, I’d just invest my money on my own.

    Personally I use Robinhood since I’m on my phone constantly for Pinside, and I just buy and hold. If you really wanna buy and forget, you can setup one like Charles-Schwab or E-trade hop on the computer, buy some and then you barely even look at it for months till you wanna buy more.

    Hope this helps!

    #5788 8 days ago

    I use Schwab, I like having a physical office nearby and their phone support has been great when needed. App works great as does the website. 2FA seems secure. No complaints and no issues investing in Vanguard ETF like VOO for example.

    I switched from Scottrade and wish I had switched years earlier.

    #5789 8 days ago

    I use Etrade, never ever have had any issues. Realtime, Pre and post market trades and zero fees.

    #5790 8 days ago

    Anybody buying partial shares of Bitcoin on there paypal accounts?

    #5791 8 days ago

    What do you guys think of fisker, inc? Good to keep or no? Also, wondering if rocket is still good. Seems to have leveled off.

    #5792 8 days ago
    Quoted from djd9617:

    New to this thread, but I invested a bit right after covid hit, so figured I'd share my progress:
    Renesas (RNECF, RNECY) +98%
    Microchip (MCHP) +67%
    United (UAL) +38%
    PBF -50%
    I recently transformed my PBF shares into AMD and Nvidia. I really expected oil (PBF) to rebound more quickly. Can't win em all I guess. At least airlines (UAL) are getting back up there.

    Quoted from djd9617:

    New to this thread, but I invested a bit right after covid hit, so figured I'd share my progress:
    Renesas (RNECF, RNECY) +98%
    Microchip (MCHP) +67%
    United (UAL) +38%
    PBF -50%
    I recently transformed my PBF shares into AMD and Nvidia. I really expected oil (PBF) to rebound more quickly. Can't win em all I guess. At least airlines (UAL) are getting back up there.

    I respect you for putting your loser down on the list. If you read online forums sometimes it seems no one loses a dime ever. I learn just as much from my mistakes as I do from my good choices.

    #5793 8 days ago
    Quoted from pinnyheadhead:

    I respect you for putting your loser down on the list. If you read online forums sometimes it seems no one loses a dime ever. I learn just as much from my mistakes as I do from my good choices.

    My biggest facepalm moment of the year was buying NIO at $3.57 a share, then selling my position around $4 a share for a small profit. Given that it’s sitting around $50 a share at the moment, if I would have just held, I’d be up about a NIB Stern pro. This was hard but good lesson for me about letting things play out. I don’t sell out, balance, or trim positions any more. I’m married to whatever I buy for better or worse. I did reopen a position in NIO at a much higher price, I am doing well with it at the moment but yeah, a hard lesson but a good one.

    #5794 7 days ago

    I’m looking for some runners in the next 3-6 months. Not wanting to own long term, but want to get some options and see if they run. Going to keep adding to my REITs as well, but looking for a little bit of excitement too.

    #5795 7 days ago

    Not afraid to list my bad trades this year. I bought some APPL, FB, and Mastercard right at the beginning of the pandemic and sold at a loss. Regained all of those losses and then some, but bad call to sell when I did.

    Missed opportunity: Sold 600 shares of ZM in the 90s at the beginning of the year. Made a small profit, but could have been monstrous a few months later. ZM had not moved in forever running up to this.

    Broke even on Abbott Labs. Like kissing your sister. Everything else this year was pretty much a winner.

    #5796 7 days ago

    yeah same here I bought some RUN and ENPH when both it $50 and $95....chickened out and sold at $55 and $100. I couold have made $10K in less than 3 weeks if I had more experience.

    With that said what do people feel about SNOW. I have a large position right now.

    #5797 7 days ago
    Quoted from flashinstinct:

    yeah same here I bought some RUN and ENPH when both it $50 and $95....chickened out and sold at $55 and $100. I couold have made $10K in less than 3 weeks if I had more experience.
    With that said what do people feel about SNOW. I have a large position right now.

    I think SNOW is priced to perfection right about now. I don’t have a feel which way it will go.

    #5799 7 days ago
    Quoted from Kkuoppamaki:

    Is anyone using asset management services? I’m nearing the point where I don’t have the time, energy or expertise to manage my investments efficiently so maybe turning into a professional makes sense. So if you have an opinion, or advice on what to take into account when deciding on this I’d appreciate that. Thanks!

    My advice would be to set up an account at Schwab/TD or Vanguard and get into the "advisory program". You will get advice and portfolio construction for about 35 basis points depending on your asset level. Low cost ETF's

    At the same time, i would have a "retail account" and buy stocks for the LONG TERM that make sense, and buy more when they go on sale. Use a Seeking Alpha research service like Andres Cardenal for growth stocks or pay a bit more for Motley Fool "Stock Advisor" or "Rule Breakers".

    You will probably do better "not having time" since sound investing is more like 99% of the time doing nothing, buy and hold, and 1% action!

    So i would combine the 2 approaches for the best of both investing worlds.

    #5800 7 days ago

    When the Market closes lower on a Friday and the downward trend continues on a Monday run for the Hills, its not a common occurrence.

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