Dip in the Market, what are you guys buying?

jlh42581

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GME... huh, imagine that.

Im sure someone will have some stupid shit to say about blackberry next due to it being popular on reddit. What youll miss about BB is its partnership with AWS who flat DOMINATES the cloud computing market as well as anything else Jeff Bezo touches but what do I know.

Here Ill give you two others that are doing good that arent on the big reddit radar... TELL and NNDM
 
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mwebs

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I bought some AUPH on a whim because they were awaiting FDA approval for a new drug. Approval came through last night and there was a bunch of hype. Didn’t do a lot of research so not sure what this is even going to do to the price but looking at the hype it should at least bounce on Monday..
 

jlh42581

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Room to run still?
TELL is half its price still of a year ago and trending up, we know oil movement is a bust for now. Might see its impacts in fuel prices. Natural gas is used to make a lot of "full synthetic" oils these days.

NNDM is computers/electronics and we know thats not going anywhere. Its got a 2.26 billion dollar market cap with stocks trading at $14. Its up 251% in the last three months.

Honestly everything is a speculation to some degree. I have money in all kinds of different areas from 401ks to indexes to single stocks and options. I am not a trading expert by any sense of the imagination but I seem to do decent. You should definitely look into anything anyone mentions and decide your own opinion. I lose money at times just like everyone else.
 

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I just got bored and started calculating some best case scenarios. It gave me some hope and elation!! IF, a huge IF, the stock market continues at it's same clip, which I know it won't, and I continue with my same ROI as I achieved in 2020, I can retire in 2023 at the age of 38. That would be amazing! Let's keep this ball rolling.

It's really simple, just need to continue with a 300% ROI over the next 2 years. hahahaha. "So you're telling me there's a chance!" Or the market tanks or flatlines I stay the same as I am right now and have to work another 20 years. FML. hahaha
 

jlh42581

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I just got bored and started calculating some best case scenarios. It gave me some hope and elation!! IF, a huge IF, the stock market continues at it's same clip, which I know it won't, and I continue with my same ROI as I achieved in 2020, I can retire in 2023 at the age of 38. That would be amazing! Let's keep this ball rolling.

It's really simple, just need to continue with a 300% ROI over the next 2 years. hahahaha. "So you're telling me there's a chance!" Or the market tanks or flatlines I stay the same as I am right now and have to work another 20 years. FML. hahaha

Stop-Limit and Stop Loss orders and if it starts to shit buy Puts
 

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I'm over here biting my nails on CCIV, the Saudis PIF meeting looks like it features Lucid as a key part in their 5yr plan (automotive), but not sure if they wpuld want to go with a public now with CCIV or hold and take it public themselves... Im probably overthinking this...
 

DenverCountryBoy

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I'm over here biting my nails on CCIV, the Saudis PIF meeting looks like it features Lucid as a key part in their 5yr plan (automotive), but not sure if they wpuld want to go with a public now with CCIV or hold and take it public themselves... Im probably overthinking this...
Founder shares. Lots and lots of founder shares.
 

neb34

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I'm over here biting my nails on CCIV, the Saudis PIF meeting looks like it features Lucid as a key part in their 5yr plan (automotive), but not sure if they wpuld want to go with a public now with CCIV or hold and take it public themselves... Im probably overthinking this...
I'm hopeful after reading through info on both. I mean c'mon CCIV bigwig is directly connected to both the Saudis AND Lucid?!? Writing is on the wall, Lucid wants to go public by April, SPAC route is really the only way to go...CCIV fits that rather well...
 

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Anyone interested in LOTZ? Their ticker just changed from ACAM last Friday. I’m buying in tomorrow. I just listened to a podcast with their ceo who used to be an investment banker in mergers and acquisitions. One of the things I found really interesting that he touched on is that if you go back over the last 20 years, used car sales in $ has averaged about $40 million per year. Regardless of recessions, market booms, whatever else, the amount of $ of sales has remained very constant. What's starting to change is how and where those sales are made, going from brick and mortar lots to online sales.

Might be one to look into.


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BugleMeTimber

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Anyone interested in LOTZ? Their ticker just changed from ACAM last Friday. I’m buying in tomorrow. I just listened to a podcast with their ceo who used to be an investment banker in mergers and acquisitions. One of the things I found really interesting that he touched on is that if you go back over the last 20 years, used car sales in $ has averaged about $40 million per year. Regardless of recessions, market booms, whatever else, the amount of $ of sales has remained very constant. What's starting to change is how and where those sales are made, going from brick and mortar lots to online sales.

Might be one to look into.


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Bought 925 shares at 11.82 when it was ACAM and holding till 20ish. Should be a good one.
 

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Anyone interested in LOTZ? Their ticker just changed from ACAM last Friday. I’m buying in tomorrow. I just listened to a podcast with their ceo who used to be an investment banker in mergers and acquisitions. One of the things I found really interesting that he touched on is that if you go back over the last 20 years, used car sales in $ has averaged about $40 million per year. Regardless of recessions, market booms, whatever else, the amount of $ of sales has remained very constant. What's starting to change is how and where those sales are made, going from brick and mortar lots to online sales.

Might be one to look into.


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Lots of buzz about LOTZ
 

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I'll wade in tomorrow

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I love waking up on Mondays now... Is it a damage report? Or a status check?
 
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