AAL

Comment by giant_g2 on stocks

Time to load up on AAL puts

Comment by xaea12 on wallstreetbets

I have been following and trading AMC for a while, pre-covid. Although I am happy to see your gains, this price is totally unsustainable. Once you account for share dilution and bondholders converting their debt to stock and selling it to you apes (went from ~100m shares to ~330m shares since January 2020), the company is worth over three times what it was worth before the pandemic started. Remember that big drop from $18? That was the bondholders converting and selling. Also me.

In addition, its balance sheet is in far worse condition, it still has essentially zero revenue because there are no big movies until April/May at the earliest, they got rid of the dividend and share buybacks, and a lot of people have permanently shifted to preferring streaming. And if you don’t think that Adam Aron is going to issue more shares soon, you are kidding yourself.

AMC has a lot going for it. Movies aren’t going away, they have some exposure to streaming revenue, their facilities are great, and they have enough scale to be more durable than smaller chains like Cinemark. And I am very confident that AMC is never going bankrupt. But AMC has surged far ahead of any other theater chain or covid recovery play. You should take some gains while you still can IMO. If AAL was currently trading at triple its valuation in January 2020, wouldn’t you find that suspicious?

Position: 3,000 shares at $2.38 in January, sold at $18. Might sell some call credit spreads soon.

Comment by throwawayseventy8 on stocks

30% CTXR @ 1.5

30% AAL @ 17.25

30% CRSR @ 38

10% Cash

Comment by Saberleaf on stocks

What really amuses me about today is that I was almost in green (thank you AAL and F) if it wasn’t for AAPL… which I bought last week thinking that it can’t dip badly and I would just buy it each month for longterm holding. Ah, well, it’s a good learning experience: everything can dip badly.

Comment by jellis151 on wallstreetbets

AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL AAL

AAPL

Comment by DANKY-CHAN on stocks

My first bearish market and I’m having a panic attack literally put 1.5K into AAPL pre market

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started this month:

  • AMZN 51.3%
  • GOOGL 27.8%
  • NVDA 8.5%
  • AAPL 4.2%
  • MSFT 3.6%
  • JNJ 2.4%
  • PEP 2.3%

Comment by Fabulous-Wolverine68 on stocks

SU XOM VFV MSFT THRM PLTR

Looking to start a position in Canadian banking and pick up some AAPL shares soon

Comment by captain_proton on stocks

I’m being very boring and scooping up some DIS and AAPL today. Just going to let my more speculative punts ride.

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

ABNB

Comment by djw_7575 on stocks

50% INRG - long-term

4% TSLA - long-term

5% AMD - long-term

4% ABNB - long-term

10% CSPX - long-term

4% CRWD - mid/long-term

5% APHA - mid-term

8% NET - long-term

7% GME - short/mid-term

3% KWS - mid-term

Only got £1500 initially. Mostly thinking of ETFs (can’t get ARKG in the UK) so I don’t have to check it too much. Any changes I should make?

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by mlbmark888 on stocks

Portfolio below @ about 7,500.00 cost - Just started investing two days ago. Plan is to add UBER, DIS, CCL, NIO, and possibly WBA+PINS in future. ABNB and PDD if they ever drop to 100.00 too.

Playing the long game here - Don’t plan on selling often - plan to add funds incrementally every 2 weeks. Thoughts? Feelings? Concerns? Newbie here, as stated above!

APPL - 26% (132.00 per share)

AMD - 18% (91.00 per share)

ARKK - 16% (124.00 per share)

SBUX - 14% (106.00 per share)

PLTR - 12% (23.00 per share)

DKNG - 12% (46.00 per share)

Comment by DataMyn on stocks

No brainer here; Based on how ABNB and DASH went I would jump in this first day. Any ideas on what the price is going to be (whatever it is x2.5 should do it) ?

Comment by Adminmind on stocks

LT holder, hope I won’t be screwed up :) Appreciate any inputs that can help me relocate the portfolio

[ETF]

VTI 24%, ARKG 15%, ARKK 10%, VXUS 9%, ICLN 4%

[major stocks]

ADBE 8%, NVDA 6%, MSFT 5%, DIS 3%, ABNB 3%, YETI 3%

[small holdings]

PLTR 2%, COST 2%, AAPL 2%, APPS 1%, QCOM 1%, TSM 1%, SNE 1%

[Edit] fixed typos in ticker

ACB

Comment by delux220 on stocks

SHOP NFLX MSFT AMD SBUX PINS WORK CHWY JETS BUD ACB DIS

I bought 15 shares of Shopify at $34. I sold 5 at ~$250. Holding 10 shares now.

JETS and BUD were my pandemic picks. I bought them at lows, hoping they’ll one day reach their highs.

Comment by According-Lab-6431 on wallstreetbets

WATCH ACB tomorrow…close to breakout NFAWLACB

No Financial Advice We like ACB

Comment by delux220 on stocks

SHOP NFLX MSFT AMD SBUX PINS WORK CHWY JETS BUD ACB DIS

I bought 15 shares of Shopify at $34. I sold 5 at ~$250. Holding 10 shares now.

JETS and BUD were my pandemic picks. I bought them at lows, hoping they’ll one day reach their highs.

Comment by EmpireScone on stocks

Newbie here too

NIO and ACB - 60/40

Planning on throwing more money on NIO and maybe selling ACB as I heard they diluted stocks even though there is good growth.

PLTR and PayPal are next in line for adding to my portfolio.

Any advice positive/negative is welcome

Comment by EmpireScone on stocks

Newbie here too

NIO and ACB - 60/40

Planning on throwing more money on NIO and maybe selling ACB as I heard they diluted stocks even though there is good growth.

PLTR and PayPal are next in line for adding to my portfolio.

Any advice positive/negative is welcome

ADBE

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

Comment by momowozzy on stocks

  • SPY 21.7%
  • ADBE 4.7
  • AAPL 24%
  • BDL 15.8%
  • GAB 7.8%
  • SNE 23%
  • NIO 1.6%
  • NIU 1.4%

I’ve been kicking myself for not investing in TSLA back in March. Is it still worth a buy in?

Also want to get into renewable energy.

22 y/o and would appreciate suggestions/criticism/ any advice. TIA

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

AG

Comment by E556H on stocks

CRWD CROWDSTRIKE HLDGS 22.74%

TSLA TESLA INC 18.78%

MSFT MICROSOFT CORP 6.43%

KO THE COCA-COLA 6.02%

LZAGY LONZA GROUP AG 5.81%

SFT SHIFT TECHNOLOGIES INC. 5.42%

ITUB ITAU UNIBANCO HOLDIN 4.48%

CRM SALESFORCE COM 3.31%

CORR CORENERGY INFRAST REIT 3.12%

NLY ANNALY CAPITAL MGMT REIT 3.08%

BABA ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING 2.98%

T A T & T INC 2.93%

TSN TYSON FOODS INC 2.82%

NIO N I O INC 2.73%

CCI CROWN CASTLE INTL CO REIT 2.66%

O REALTY INCM CORP 1.76%

WY WEYERHAEUSER CO REIT 1.47%

MO ALTRIA GROUP INC 1.25%

SOLO 1.02%

TTCF TATTOOED CHEF 0.72%

HALL HALLMARK FINL SVCS 0.29%

Comment by straydogindc on SecurityAnalysis

UPDATE - I’ve narrowed this portfolio down to 35 names in the comment below.

Thoughts on this long-term portfolio? I welcome any thoughtful feedback, critical etc. Also happy to answer any questions; I’ve given a good amount of thought to process over the years.

This portfolio leans growth (45% growth / 25% value) but just includes stocks I believe to be undervalued. It also leans towards large caps since my preference is for wide moat businesses. Sector allocation is similar to the market, but overweight cyclicals and underweight consumer staples. Most names are widely owned by superinvestors. I know I should narrow down to 25 or so and cut out the tiny holdings. I’ll be working towards that in time.

Amazon.com Inc AMZN 10%
Microsoft Corp MSFT 6.3%
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR BABA 6.0%
Alphabet Inc A GOOGL 5.7%
Berkshire Hathaway Inc Class B BRK.B 5.3%
Facebook Inc A FB 4.5%
Tencent Holdings Ltd ADR TCEHY 4.0%
Wells Fargo WFC 3.9%
Salesforce.com Inc CRM 3.3%
Baidu BIDU 3.0%
Bank of New York Mellon Corp BK 2.8%
Micron MU 2.8%
Lockheed Martin Corp LMT 2.0%
General Dynamics Corp GD 1.9%
Raytheon Technologies Corp RTX 1.8%
Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc ZBH 1.5%
United Health UNH 1.5%
Adobe 1.5%
Bank of America Corp BAC 1.4%
Intel Corp INTC 1.3%
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing ADR TSM 1.3%
Apple 1.1%
DuPont de Nemours Inc DD 1.1%
Borg Warner BWA 1.1%
Roche Holding AG ADR RHHBY 1.1%
Merck & Co Inc MRK 1.0%
Corteva Inc CTVA 1.0%
Visa 1%
eBay Inc EBAY 0.9%
Fiserv 0.9%
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company BMY 0.9%
Mastercard 0.8%
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc REGN 0.8%
Comcast CMCSA 0.7%
Enterprise Products Partners LP EPD 0.7%
Schlumberger Ltd SLB 0.7%
Centene Corp CNC 0.7%
Veeva Systems Inc Class A VEEV 0.7%
CVS Health Corp CVS 0.7%
3M Co MMM 0.6%
ViacomCBS Inc Class B VIAC 0.6%
Asbury Automotive Group Inc ABG 0.6%
Enbridge Inc ENB 0.6%
Energy Transfer LP ET 0.6%
Sanofi SA ADR SNY 0.6%
Becton, Dickinson and Co BDX 0.6%
GlaxoSmithKline PLC ADR GSK 0.5%
Sociedad Quimica Y Minera De Chile SA ADR SQM 0.5%
Adient ADNT 0.5%
General Electric Co GE 0.5%
American International Group Inc AIG 0.4%
Capital One 0.4%
Biogen Inc BIIB 0.4%
Cigna Corp CI 0.4%
Humana 0.4%
WESCO International Inc WCC 0.4%
Northrop Grumman Corp NOC 0.4%
MercadoLibre 0.3%
Sea Ltd 0.3%
Square SQ 0.3%
Paypal PYPL 0.3%
Ally Bank ALLY 0.3%
Philip Morris International Inc PM 0.3%
Eli Lilly and Co LLY 0.3%
Macerich Co MAC 0.3%
Green Thumb Industries Inc GTBIF 0.3%
Aurora Cannabis Inc ACB 0.2%
Tilray 0.2%
Cresco Labs 0.1%

Comment by E556H on stocks

CRWD CROWDSTRIKE HLDGS 22.74%

TSLA TESLA INC 18.78%

MSFT MICROSOFT CORP 6.43%

KO THE COCA-COLA 6.02%

LZAGY LONZA GROUP AG 5.81%

SFT SHIFT TECHNOLOGIES INC. 5.42%

ITUB ITAU UNIBANCO HOLDIN 4.48%

CRM SALESFORCE COM 3.31%

CORR CORENERGY INFRAST REIT 3.12%

NLY ANNALY CAPITAL MGMT REIT 3.08%

BABA ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING 2.98%

T A T & T INC 2.93%

TSN TYSON FOODS INC 2.82%

NIO N I O INC 2.73%

CCI CROWN CASTLE INTL CO REIT 2.66%

O REALTY INCM CORP 1.76%

WY WEYERHAEUSER CO REIT 1.47%

MO ALTRIA GROUP INC 1.25%

SOLO 1.02%

TTCF TATTOOED CHEF 0.72%

HALL HALLMARK FINL SVCS 0.29%

Comment by Pidgeonscythe on CryptoCurrency

NYC AG already tweeted about this. They will come for Tether next.

Comment by lessismoreok on CryptoCurrency

NY AG let them off lightly here. Possible reasons -

1 - they only have a narrow jurisdiction and could never deliver a hammer blow to tether’s global operations

2 - they are now taking Trump to court for tax fraud so need to free up resources for the case of the century.

3 - tether was found to be backed with only 14% cash to tethers rather than 100%. That’s a big win for NY. The market is so frothy now that this bad news might it even register.

AGTC

Comment by TheBigShrimp on pennystocks

Holding most of positions, but I’ll be honest when I say CRBP scares me. Taking huge hits and idk if it’s coming back.

Eating shit on AGTC too, but that’s my own fault, I bought that off of hype and don’t even know wtf they do.

Comment by Specialist_Comb_9624 on investing

Okay, I’ll play along. AGTC is surely an F- stock. Tell me the up side you saw?

Comment by nomatophobia12 on pennystocks

I hear people talking about buying the dip on AGTC but I can’t find info on what any of the big investors are doing. Aside from this weeks announcements does anyone have more info on what’s to come for AGTC?

Comment by tekthebeast on pennystocks

Put another $1k in and bought into AGTC and DPW

Comment by nomatophobia12 on pennystocks

I hear people talking about buying the dip on AGTC but I can’t find info on what any of the big investors are doing. Aside from this weeks announcements does anyone have more info on what’s to come for AGTC?

AI

Comment by Jekkers08 on CryptoCurrency

What are your guys thoughts on AI crypto trading? A friend of mine is in a very sus pyramid scheme-like “company” that has AI crypto trading and he’s been non stop sharing that shit on his feed and stories, boasting hundreds of % in returns in a month. Claiming he’s pretty safe from crashes like the recent one because the AI knew when to sell and buy back in. How legit is this?

Comment by Lazybumm1 on investing

As an AI practitioner myself I think there’s huge optimism regarding autonomous driving tech.

Even with a massive increase in the quality of the current state of the art models we’re still mainly addressing freeway / highway driving and if being optimistic city driving. The caveat here being this will work in Westernised well-developed and maintained roads, with good signage etc.

What fraction of daily driving takes place under such optimal conditions globaly? Will this technology be applicable in dirt-roads in rural India or the city steets of Islamabad?

I think that eventually the industry will start addressing edge cases, but that’s not coming anytime soon.

In the meantime this technology will be a minor convenience for developed nations and yet another lever to further push the divide between the haves and have nots.

Regarding the environmental-friendliness of EVs, unfortunately the rhetoric is being set by those who stand to profit the most. The benefits are not as big as they are being touted to be, with massive carbon emissions associated with battery production etc. I’m not saying that eventually this technology won’t make a difference but we’re not at that stage of maturity yet.

P.S. I just got a “new used” ICE car and I intend to drive it to the ground over the next 10 years. I’m not jumping on the EV & autonomous-driving tech bandwagon just yet…

Comment by bridgeheadone on investing

Complete and utter bullshit.

Terrible post.

Autonomous vehicles can be run by fossil fuel. AI is standalone from EV.

Productivity yea, nice, awesome, pizza deliveries and so on, but if anything autonomous vehicles will result in less vehicles - not more.

Comment by run4more2thesky on wallstreetbets

The stock market replicates the 2020 period week over week. It seems that it has been run by some AI which is not informed about a Covid vaccine, or the AI just manipulates the stock market. People were talking about corrections, but this looks like an insider job.

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

ALL

Comment by fn_deft on stocks

100% ALL in on APHA

im a degenerate college student :P

Comment by Kledd on wallstreetbets

IT IS ALL RED

MEME STOCKS - RED

RETARDED STOCKS - RED

STOCKS I ACTUALLY DID DD ON - RED

BOOMER STOCKS - RED

Comment by UsuallylurknotToday on wallstreetbets

THE ONLY QUESTION YOU NEED ANSWERED IS WHAT COLOR IS JEROME’S TIE FOR TODAY’S (TESTY)MONY:

BEAROME Powell: Purple Tie, Tools, Thank You for asking that question, We are expanding our mandate to include diversity targets, Recovery depends on consumer not being retarded and Covid leaving to chill elsewhere, etc.

Jerome Powell giving (Tendie)mony: GREEN Tie, ALL of the Tools, Lot’s of Dry Powder, More Tools, Expansion Continues, Exceeding Expectations, etc.

Good luck to you all.

Comment by uraniuminvestor on UraniumSqueeze

The market cap of ALL uranium companies is 1/3 of Lululemon. Over 10% of the world’s electricity is generated by nuclear power…

Comment by BUYDOGEANDHOLD on pennystocks

All I see is red today! From MJ stocks, my cryptos, and my few non MJ/cryptos lol. ALL RED!

AM

Comment by NineteenSixtySix on investing

February 23, 2021 06:59 AM Eastern Standard Time

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Palantir Technologies Inc. (NYSE:PLTR) today announced a multi-million dollar relationship with 3M. 3M has chosen to expand its use of Palantir’s Foundry platform to support its digital transformation, assisting in the build out of a dynamic supply chain that enables the global manufacturer to respond nimbly to changes in demand across tens of thousands of products.

“In an increasingly complex world, the success of our business depends on our ability to respond quickly to changing facts on the ground,” said Brig Knott, 3M’s Vice President, End to End Service, Operations & Lean Six Sigma. “In the midst of a global pandemic and significant changes to our demand across products, the Foundry platform enabled us to react quickly and effectively. We’re excited to expand this work across the 3M enterprise.”

“3M has been at the forefront of digital transformation, and we’re excited to deepen our relationship with this innovative and global company,” said Alex Karp, co-founder and CEO of Palantir.

This expanded relationship builds on the work Palantir already supports across 3M’s efforts in supply chain alerting, demand forecasting and business planning. “Palantir has played an important role for our Enterprise Operations digital migration strategy; we’re eager to keep pushing the boundaries to ensure a continued focus on our customers,” noted Shaun Braun, 3M’s VP of Digital Transformation.

Comment by Bingbongpeepoo on investing

Yo lowkey that shit was more engineered than the Gamestop crash… My ass millions of retail investors woke up at the buttcrack of dawn to selloff their whole portfolio… And my Web broker was “undergoing maintenance” last night in the AM when I tried to make some sell orders before the market opened 20% down..

Comment by garverd16 on wallstreetbets

I AM GAMESTOP

Comment by Late-Fail5064 on wallstreetbets

PLTR AM I RIGHT?? Huh am I ????

Comment by Dusdrew on CryptoCurrency

Says the person who posted 15 times today and it’s still 8:30 AM on the west coast 🤣

AMC

Comment by SunSetonWS on wallstreetbets

Been holding on tigh to my AMC shares! Let’s go Retards!!

Comment by ChasingBurger on wallstreetbets

Down over $100k. Only fucking AMC and some retarded penny stock are green in my portfolio

Comment by holikaaaaa on wallstreetbets

YOOO AMC UP 30% SINCE LAST WEEK

Comment by wrb3 on wallstreetbets

Jim Cramer said to buy Marriott, Wynn, and Southwest, yet people still think that AMC is just a meme stock??

Comment by Dessiato on wallstreetbets

Watching AMC and GME charts side by side really activates the almonds.

AMD

Comment by holy_roman_emperor on stocks

25, have around 2k invested now (half my savings).

33% RDSA @ 16

6% AMD @ 90

10% AMC @ 7,2

7,5% BB @ 11,3

23,5% GME @ 59

28,5% PLTR @ 28,4

Comment by Calimonium on stocks

CCL - 25.25%, AMZN - 16.21%, BA - 8.23%, MSFT - 8.22%, ICLN - 8.21%, FAN - 8.13%, LMT - 7.95%, NEE - 4.33%, LIN - 4.29%, XOM - 4.21%, URNM - 4.11%, AMD - 0.87%

33 yr old, just started investing in October of last year and currently working with 12k.

CCL for the recovery play the rest I’m confident for long term. I am considering if I should go long on AMD. Not sure if their growth is sustainable.

Also I may get out of LMT not sure it’s moving like I thought it would.

Any input is appreciated thank you!

Comment by Objective_Jacket_270 on stocks

Newbie investor, first time posting. Portfolio at around 10,000 looking to add 20,000 to existing holdings. Considering to get more PLUG and PLTR later today. Am I spread too thin?
Edit: I’m 26 this year looking to hold for the next 6 months at least.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

20% / AAPL / -0.86%

10% / GME / 11.22%

9% / SQ / 5.29%

8% / TSLA / 16.53%

6% / LMND / 5.14%

5% / PLUG / 4.86%

5% / ARKG / 17.01%

5% / Hydrogen / -1.89%

5% / PTON / 16.15%

4% / GOEV / -7.92%

4% / CRWD / 10.44%

3% / NIO / -1.10%

2% / ARKQ / 12.75%

2% / DOCU / 10.05%

2% / BABA / 3.10%

2% / CRM / -2.03%

2% / AMD / -4.38%

1% / WMT / -0.96%

1% / PINS / 0.95%

1% / SBE / 14.58%

1% / NET / 5.95%

1% / RDFN / 9.59%

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by NervousTumbleweed on wallstreetbets

I need MSFT to aggressively rocket to 270 to make up for how much this past month has sucked.

Face ripped off twice trying to catch the knife on QCOM, ARKG and AMD calls blown up hard. Now I’m just in boring ass positions. MSFT 260 1/21/22 the most exciting thing I have going on.

AMZN

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by McMurphy11 on wallstreetbets

Sell AMZN got me haha

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

Comment by ITried2 on stocks

This is the time when you decide what kind of investor you are.

In a few months when this dip has passed - touch wood - you’ll be thinking about what all the fuss was about. Buy, hold and if you’ve got some spare cash, buy some more!

AAPL, MSFT, GOOG and AMZN are as fundamentally strong as they were two weeks ago. Buy some more.

Comment by urgirlsmomsdaddy on stocks

25 year old, need all the feedback as I can get!

This is my individual stock portfolio: $110k currently, long term (10 years), medium to high risk tolerance.

• ⁠SQ 14%

• ⁠DIS 10%

• ⁠TSLA 9.5%

• ⁠AMD 9%

• ⁠MSFT 8%

• ⁠AAPL 6.5%

• ⁠V 6.5%

• ⁠GOOG 6%

• ⁠DKNG 5.5%

• ⁠AMZN 4.5%

• ⁠JPM 4.5%

• ⁠WMT 4%

• ⁠JMIA 3%

• ⁠CRSP 2.5%

• ⁠TDOC 2%

• ⁠NIO 1.5%

• ⁠PLUG 1.5%

Considering dropping a bit from MSFT, V, AAPL, DIS and AMZN - adding NET for some additional risk/growth + boosting NIO and PLUG a bit. Still undecided.

AN

Comment by fanelectric on wallstreetbets

CAN WE GET AN ENCORE FOR GAMESTOP TOMORROW? Do you want more ?

Comment by SantaMonsanto on wallstreetbets

IT IS STILL AN ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT AT THIS PRICE

Comment by banzaibowzer on wallstreetbets

CALL AN AMBULANCE 🚑

Comment by CommunityShower on wallstreetbets

IF SNAP HAS AN UPGRADE TO 80 GME SHOULD BE AT 400

Comment by RIP_Money on wallstreetbets

EVERYONE SEND THIS BOOMER AN EGGPLANT ON TWITTER

we want electric cars, space travel and some other cool shit not an old ass grandpa crying a river

ANY

Comment by Sovereign_Mind on CryptoCurrency

Of note is that a lot of this advice applies to ANY financial markets not just crypto. It just so happens that crypto is the most insane and irrational market there is so… all advice needs to be heeded more cautiously than with, say, stocks.

Comment by ctmanoha on stocks

This is a real thing!! There’s a company that was on Robinhood’s “Top 100” or whatever and it was supposes to be a “Financial” company but if you do ANY kind of digging, this business was nothing more than a juice company. In China.

Comment by anxiousnl on wallstreetbets

HOW CAN YOU HAVE ANY TENDIES IF YOU DON’T BUY THE DIP

Comment by preafericitulChiarEl on wallstreetbets

I’d buy the dip

#IF I HAD ANY MONEY LEFT

Comment by ctmanoha on stocks

This is a real thing!! There’s a company that was on Robinhood’s “Top 100” or whatever and it was supposes to be a “Financial” company but if you do ANY kind of digging, this business was nothing more than a juice company. In China.

APHA

Comment by donutboy32 on stocks

Fairly new to investing so still trying to figure out exactly what I’m doing

CSTL 20.04% IEC 16.45% AAPL 14.32% MSFT 9.59% IBUY 9.21% APHA 8.98% MGNI 8.18% ZNGA 7.38% SSPK 5.85%

Comment by fn_deft on stocks

100% ALL in on APHA

im a degenerate college student :P

Comment by DothrakAndRoll on wallstreetbets

How retarded will I be if I buy more PLTR at 24.00 and more APHA at 16.00.

Comment by NotBrianCSGO on wallstreetbets

Planning to sell my BB shares and APHA shares to buy around 15 more GME, probably will go higher up and for more value before BB goes up aye?

Comment by Watch-Zestyclose on wallstreetbets

Definitely watching APHA close right now. Buying the fuck out of it when it hits its low point (wherever that may be lol)

APPS

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by theknowndude on stocks

Started in april 2020 with about 15k. At the moment I have $72k invested with 8k on margin.

My oldest position is NET, which is up 270% since april, all other positions were bought between september and now. I‘ve also added a lot more NET during the recent dip to 70, but I will trim it once it goes back to the mid 80s. I‘m comfortable with most of my positions except with APPS and GRWG which I‘m looking forward to lower.

My current portfolio is:

  • NET 40.2%
  • SQ 9.3%
  • APPS 8.2%
  • GRWG 7.9%
  • UPWK 6.8%
  • U 6.5 %
  • AMD 6.5 %

rest 14.6% in PLTR, CRWD, PYPL, DIS

would be happy for some feedback

Comment by Adminmind on stocks

LT holder, hope I won’t be screwed up :) Appreciate any inputs that can help me relocate the portfolio

[ETF]

VTI 24%, ARKG 15%, ARKK 10%, VXUS 9%, ICLN 4%

[major stocks]

ADBE 8%, NVDA 6%, MSFT 5%, DIS 3%, ABNB 3%, YETI 3%

[small holdings]

PLTR 2%, COST 2%, AAPL 2%, APPS 1%, QCOM 1%, TSM 1%, SNE 1%

[Edit] fixed typos in ticker

Comment by nan on stocks

BABA AAPL GOOG AMZN TSLA SQ ICLN ARKG APPS NIO. 50% of the portfolio is in FAAnG stocks what do you guys think? What am I missing? Any insight would greatly be appreciated.

Comment by Scrappy34 on stocks

Swing trader, I let my winners ride until I get bored and cut losses early.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

34% / APPS / +1057%

28% / SUMO / +38%

21% / FSR / +24%

17% / RKT / +3%

ARE

Comment by Jonnydoo on wallstreetbets

YES PRAYER THREADS ARE BACK BABY!

Comment by trimblelimbo on wallstreetbets

WE ARE LEAVING THE VALLEY OF SORROWS FOR THE MOUNTAINS OF TENDIES! HODL!

Comment by batshitcrazyRus on CryptoCurrency

ALL OF YOU GUYS AND GIRLS ARE CRAZY INTO THINKING THAT BITCOIN IS GOING TO RISE AND MAKE PROFITS FOREVER. IT WILL DIP OVER AND OVER AGAIN. WITH REGAINS FAR AND FEW INBETWEEN

Comment by japarker8 on wallstreetbets

ALL YOUR BEARS ARE BELONG TO US.

Comment by batshitcrazyRus on CryptoCurrency

ALL OF YOU GUYS AND GIRLS ARE CRAZY INTO THINKING THAT BITCOIN IS GOING TO RISE AND MAKE PROFITS FOREVER. IT WILL DIP OVER AND OVER AGAIN. WITH REGAINS FAR AND FEW INBETWEEN

ARKG

Comment by Ep1cH3ro on stocks

Percentages are approximate. Relatively new to investing. I also have a limit order in for FANG right now, just waiting for my preferred pricing - wanted something in the “dirty” energy sector as well.

AC <1% - purchased at 16

APPL 9% - purchased at 127.53

ARKG 41% - purchased at 93

ICLN 36% - purchased at 29

NIO 2.5% - purchased at 51.4

SQ 11% - purchased at 223.41

Any helpful recommendations would be much appreciated :)

Comment by enc-nyc on wallstreetbets

I was biting my nails in Jan that I cant get a dip to get to ARKG for 2 weeks. Then dip happened, I got in. Now the price of ARKG is 7% less than that dip :))))

Comment by MotivatedSolid on stocks

I carry ARKG ARKK and ARKQ. I also just recently acquired BEEM in hopes of it being the next ENPH for the EV sector. What industry do you guys think I should pick up next?

Comment by DrewPA77 on stocks

Hi. I am a 22 year old medical student/relatively new investor, I recently opened an account and invested roughly 3k split into the following companies:

VOO, VHT, VTV, VCLT, ARKG, ARKF, AAPL, JPM, GEVO, DRIV, KARS, RIDE, GOEV, GME, BIOL

I know that is a ton of companies for a 3k portfolio, however, I am unsure about which direction to go with my portfolio, which stocks to invest further into and when to sell stocks. I understand that I have several, possibly too many, EV positions, but I am unsure on which to keep in regards to ETF or equity. I have a heavy interest in science (medical student) as well as EV/clean energy tech. I am possibly looking into investing further into AAPL, ARKG and ARKF in the coming months as well as adding companies like CVS, ICLN, GM and SBUX. Any advice/guidance would be appreciated, I would like to have a moderately aggressive portfolio with room for growth in 3-5 years! Thanks!

ARKQ

Comment by thespiffydentist on stocks

I am 27 y/o. For my traditional IRA, I have: VTI (41.67%) ARKG (20%) ARKQ (16.67%) ARKF (13.33%) QQQJ (8.33%)

Going for very aggressive.

Thoughts?

Comment by MoorhSGod on investing

Is the Hype of ARKG and ARKQ over? Will they drop massively in the next year?

Comment by cpp214 on stocks

Glad I got in on ARKK at $158, ARKF at $64 and ARKQ at $100 last Tuesday, smh.

Comment by Sprinkles_Spare on stocks

I’m 28, new investor & I use Robinhood.

I am up 289% from when I started investing in April. I started with $12,000 and I am at $36,153 and I took out my initial investment so I’m playing with house money at this point. I pulled out 70% right before the election and bought back in at the dip on Election Day.

All of my holding I have am holding are all positive. I know that returns like this aren’t usual but I am happy with my choices in winners. I think my portfolio has good growth opportunities over the next years. I plan to hold these long term now.

I would love any and all advice or opinions

Stocks.

  • PENN - 9.99%

  • TSLA - 7.14%

  • MTUM - 3.47%

  • ARKW - 3.28%

  • ARKK - 2.82%

  • ARKG - 2.37%

  • ARKF - 2.17%

  • ARKQ - 2.41%

  • ARKR - 2.3%

  • FSR - 3.37%

  • BABA - 2.8%

  • WDAY - 2.58%

  • CRM - 2.45%

  • PYPL - 2.55%

  • SQ - 2.57%

  • PRNT - 2.22%

  • AZRL - 2.2%

  • SE - 2.15%

  • ACST - 1.68%
  • IN UV - 1.69%
  • RYCEY - 0.85%

Calls - 1/15/21

  • GPRO $5.5 - 2 contracts.

3/19/21

  • PLUG $14 - 1 contract. * will be executing *

4/16/21

  • PBI $8 - 1 contract.
  • BETZ $29 - 3 contacts *will be executing at least 1
  • PENN $55 - 1 contract * 100% be executing

5/21/21

  • FSR $10 - 1 contract - may be executing
  • CAT $180 - 1 contract.

6/18/21

  • PLUG $17 - 1 contract - will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract.

1/20/23

  • VZ $60 - 1 contract
  • RI0T $2 - 1 contract * will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract
  • PENN $60 - 1 contract * fuck yes I am executing.

PENN is my favorite holding.

Comment by thespiffydentist on stocks

I am 27 y/o. For my traditional IRA, I have: VTI (41.67%) ARKG (20%) ARKQ (16.67%) ARKF (13.33%) QQQJ (8.33%)

Going for very aggressive.

Thoughts?

ASRT

Comment by ataizberk on stocks

66% CTXR @2.39

33% ASRT @1.08

1% tear @this morning

Comment by LoF77 on pennystocks

I don’t know if this is significant, but just pointing out that ASRT was once worth $25 a share…. With restructuring and new management, maybe it can go well higher than 2-2.50 over time??? 🧐🧐🧐🤞🤞🤞

Comment by Twister699 on pennystocks

Today or tommrow for ASRT compliance? Also ticker is 1.14 atm

Comment by Original_Redman on pennystocks

Heads up bois I just bought ASRT so expect that to tank momentarily, already down a few % in the couple minutes since I bought, let’s gooo.

AT

Comment by chargersflt on investing

Quantum computing outside of research is probably still AT LEAST a couple of decades away… Practical applications are nowhere near as close as they may seem, even the 65 qubit computers they have now are likely to cost somewhere around $100 million per machine, and each one requires close to sub-zero lab conditions to operate.

I like your line of thinking, but to say that EV or really any tech companies will be using implementing quantum computing for anything but research purposes is very optimistic, to say the least.

Comment by Crusader-29 on wallstreetbets

Paper hands crying for a -15 loss? LOOK UP TO THE SKIES AND SEE THE HANDS HOLDIMG THEIR SHARES AT 300 AND THEN CONSIDER AGAIN CLOSING.

Comment by FirmInfluence5689 on wallstreetbets

WHY SELL AT THE TOP? If you already SOLD at the bottom earlier !!? HOLD

Comment by bosshax on wallstreetbets

Why does pre market and after market trading exist AT ALL?

Most retail investors DO NOT participate. But we all look at the movement of the stock.

It seems to be that how shorts and longs can manipulate the price pre and after market with lower volumes is a very powerful tool to control the psychological sentiment!

A company releases earnings. A short DUMPS a bunch of stock. People see Shares -10% and what do us apes do? Omg it’s falling. Sell!

I see no reason pre and post markers should exist. Many exchanges don’t even have them.

Another disadvantage to the retail trader and a way to control the narrative. Enjoy all!

Comment by SantaMonsanto on wallstreetbets

IT IS STILL AN ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT AT THIS PRICE

ATH

Comment by Mephistoss on CryptoCurrency

Haha that one guy who said “ and we thought crypto bitcoin would hit a new ATH this year” little did he know

Comment by jackietwice on CryptoMarkets

So crypto is super new for me. And I got into it ATH apparently :( The dip was bone crushing. I didn’t do anything super big, but I put small bits in a few different things. This video actually makes me feel a lot better about my investments. It renews my original hopes for longer term prospects … which was why I invested in the first place :) [fingers still crossed]

Addendum: My dumb butt also invested more on the dip in a few things … cuz, I mean, it’s so much cheaper right now …

Comment by FullTard2000 on wallstreetbets

some how I ended the day at ATH for my account, copper & oil saved my ass

Comment by vegasluna on CryptoCurrency

i think newbs who wait to start buying bitcoin @ ATH don’t realize the most money is made in the lows ..

unless of course the markets never go back up ever again ..

i doubt we see bitcoin below $25k again .

but alts could probably hit the floor again .

Comment by tghGaz on CryptoCurrency

Yesterdays daily discussion broke ATH comments. Can we do it again?

ATOM

Comment by aco2765 on CryptoCurrency

Is ATOM being fucken serious right now

Comment by Megahert on CryptoCurrency

Every single coin in the red asside from DAI and ATOM and Coinbase is all like “The Market is up +4%!” :

Comment by jahtzee375 on CryptoCurrency

What’s going on with Cosmos? Everything else is taking a shit and ATOM is up $4 since this morning

Comment by ethereumflow on CryptoCurrency

Sharing some thoughts. Not advice but rather what I’m deciding between. If anyone has input on any of them do share and if you have questions feel free to ask. People have been messaging me asking what I’m looking at and what I’m interested in and rather than trying to reply to a gang of DMs I’ll just leave this here. Was this better a post? Maybe. But I don’t like competing with posts anymore. It just gets lost and the opinions I care about or those interested in mine are all in the daily.

Side note: For those that message me forgive if I come across blunt and/or rude. I get a lot of people asking me random questions and shilling me garbage inviting me to their upcoming projects or telling me how stupid I am for not liking their coins instead. Don’t take it personal.

Already added this dip: NEAR, IOV

Currently considering(not all it will be one of): ZIL, IRIS, BAND, CTK

I’m already staking ZIL and was feeling regret that I didn’t have more while it was pumping. Chance to make up for that now. I swapped for gZIL instead of staking for it to make sure I got some while it was low. Now that I have gZIL I want to add more ZIL to earn more gZIL before the rewards for it end.

IRIS is about to upgrade to IBC on February 25th. I’m already staking but not sure if it’s enough. They’re adding the same upgrades as Cosmos Hub but their own varietals. A DEX, DeFi and will be integrated into the Cosmos platforms as well being the second and only other IBC option currently.

BAND is integrated all over BSC and the Cosmos ecosystem. It’s the LINK of Cosmos and Binance Smart Chain. I just sold high recently but this dip looks tempting to buy low. They are upgrading to IBC not long after Irisnet. No concrete date but it’s in their Q2 plans.

CTK is a security oracle also integrated with BSC and Cosmos and Certik Foundation do smart contract audits for Cosmos, BSC and Ethereum. Security is important and I follow them and see they’re a very busy team. IBC coming but haven’t looked into them deep enough to know when they’re adding it yet.

Currently happy with my NEAR holdings but as I’m down on it from my FOMO I kind of feel the need to now catch the falling knife in response. I was downvoted for sharing my theory why I think NEAR will be added to Coinbase but I am holding because I think they have a strong chance of it and with 1inch migrating to NEAR I see potential in them gaining traction once they release the EVM.

I’m probably too deep into IOV. More invested into it than I’ve ever been in a moonshot. I won’t be adding anymore because I’m earning plenty in staking now. Starname has really big potential in my heavy bag bias opinion. Tendermint announced they will become a validator for Starname network. To my knowledge they aren’t validating on any other chain, certainly not an ATOM validator.

Edit: typos and grammar

Comment by mercibien1 on CryptoCurrency

We still have a ways to run with 2nd Generation Crypto but 3rd Generation Crypto like DOT, ADA, XTZ & ATOM are gonna make things real interesting over next 2 - 4 years

BA

Comment by msnred on wallstreetbets

Is BA going up or tanking tomorrow?

Comment by blueblood535 on stocks

I’m young and I started today with long term purchases of etfs.

10 shares of QQQ 15 shares of VTI 30 shares of ARKG 100 shares of ICLN

What do you think? I’m currently looking for some individual stocks that have some aggressive growth.

Edit: After looking at your recommendations, I think 10 shares of SQ and 100 shares of NNDM would be good next investments. Maybe I pick up some BA if it drops a bit below 200.

Comment by dmiddleton88 on wallstreetbets

So BA go up since planes go down? 💸

Comment by Calimonium on stocks

CCL - 25.25%, AMZN - 16.21%, BA - 8.23%, MSFT - 8.22%, ICLN - 8.21%, FAN - 8.13%, LMT - 7.95%, NEE - 4.33%, LIN - 4.29%, XOM - 4.21%, URNM - 4.11%, AMD - 0.87%

33 yr old, just started investing in October of last year and currently working with 12k.

CCL for the recovery play the rest I’m confident for long term. I am considering if I should go long on AMD. Not sure if their growth is sustainable.

Also I may get out of LMT not sure it’s moving like I thought it would.

Any input is appreciated thank you!

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

BABA

Comment by imapeen on stocks

40% COST -bought near top :( 33% BABA - also bought near top :(

hype ETFs I use to hold cash 9% FAN 9% ICLN

Regarding COST and BABA- I wanted long positions but the opportunity cost of holding them has been hurting recently. I want to get into options and free up more cash from those expensive shares. Anybody have good DD on COST and/or BABA? I have heard conflicting things as to “when” they might see new ath (yes I know I might be dumb for buying near the top)

Comment by elsenor2020 on wallstreetbets

Should I buy this BABA dip?

Comment by Dtodaizzle on SecurityAnalysis

Have anyone else here done a DCF on BABA? The WACC for BABA is 11.5% and cost of equity is 12.2% on Finbox, which is astoundingly high compared to other Chinese stocks such as JD and Tencent (9%). Using a discount rate of 9%-10% for BABA for a 10 yr DCF make BABA look deeply undervalued compared to other riskier Chinese stocks, like NIO or PDD.

Comment by candigneous on stocks

Hi! New to trading, have approx ~$500 USD to play with that I’m looking to securely grow with mostly safe long-term stocks, and some more risky short term ones (but still responsible!). Any help would be greatly appreciated while I’m still even :)

So far I am:

- 10% NIO
- 10% BABA
- 10% PINS
- 10% AMD
- 20% ISRG
- 30% AAPL

Going to snap up some BTC and some TSLA when feel more confident and the price seems right :)

Comment by candigneous on stocks

Hi! New to trading, have approx ~$500 USD to play with that I’m looking to securely grow with mostly safe long-term stocks, and some more risky short term ones (but still responsible!). Any help would be greatly appreciated while I’m still even :)

So far I am:

- 10% NIO
- 10% BABA
- 10% PINS
- 10% AMD
- 20% ISRG
- 30% AAPL

Going to snap up some BTC and some TSLA when feel more confident and the price seems right :)

BB

Comment by Dr_Moneyy on stocks

Hi, I’m new to investing. Any feedback would be much appreciated! I currently have 100 KL shares and 8 CP Shares. I’m looking to get into high growth companies and maybe add some ETFS too. Might put a small percentage in BB for the hype.

Comment by MomentaryMoney on wallstreetbets

If BB could touch 15 again, that’d be great

Comment by zentraudur on stocks

I was happy to be in BB before it happened and then stupidly bought back in and broke my rule or not getting on hype trains. anyways, BB to the moon.

Hopped onto AMC last week with 3k and feeling happy

Comment by orangesocialcurrency on stocks

Dude same. I fomo’ed on BB (got in at $17) and it doesn’t seem like it is going back up anytime soon.

I did buy 4 shares of GME - but mostly just in case it was to Moon again. Probably won’t, but at least I didn’t YOLO and go full ape.

I’m extra longggg on both

Comment by legpressprolapse on wallstreetbets

Must be suck to baghold BB while seeing AMC, GME flying

BCH

Comment by theidiotrocketeer on CryptoMarkets

If you longed BTC and Shorted BTC during the BCH fork. Is that zero risk and you’d gain BCH?

Comment by wndrkd on CryptoCurrency

Childish squabble between Roger and Craig? God nobody fucking knows anything about what goes on in BCH development because of all the censorship. Roger doesn’t even have a hand in development but just gives feedback as a businesan who uses the coin.

Comment by orlong_ on CryptoCurrency

Industry behemoths XRP, TRX and BCH -> Choose one :)

Comment by TNGSystems on CryptoCurrency

So the recent price action is probably rekindling the PTSD of us 2017 gang, and I thought it would be fun to take a trip down memory lane and remind us all of the pain and terror of the 2018-2020 bear market, as best as I can recall it.

#The Elation
For me, I kept talking to my good friend M about Bitcoin. He told me about it in September and through October to November we watched it sail past $10,000, to $15,000 before we decided to dip our toes. He was dead set on Ripple and bought at about $0.20, and was supposed to come over and show me how to set it up, but on his way over, he was T-boned by a careless driver and we postponed it. In the days after, Ripple shot up and I felt like I missed the boat, and he tipped me off about another good project called “Cardano”

Oh, those merry times

I bought some in mid December, and let me tell you that what happened was absolutely insane. For starters, Coinbase was so fucked from the insane level of sign ups, that they couldn’t process new accounts. It took THREE WEEKS for my account to be verified, and I had to buy Bitcoin from Local Bitcoins, transfer to Binance and then swap to Cardano. What a joke, but hey I got my Cardano. Little did we realise, we were just 1 month from the top. We enjoyed stratospheric gains for one month.

It felt different than this February, where gains have been ridiculous. Back then, you could’ve put your money on nearly anything and 8-10x’d in a couple weeks flat. Someone on this reddit described it really well - your money doubled, then doubled again. You’d think “Surely this is it”, then it doubled again. Finally, it doubled again. And then once more.

I bought 2 days before the Bitcoin top. I had no idea what happens next.

For the unaware, alts don’t really go up when BTC goes up. Money flows out of alts, into BTC as it gains. When BTC dips, it takes the market with it. But BTC rising up doesn’t really take the market up because there are so many who take money out of alts to ride BTC’s wave. The best time to be in alts, is when BTC goes flat

And that’s kinda what happened. And alts exploded.

My small Cardano buy doubled, and then doubled, and again and again. Every day I woke up to more green in the portfolio. My mate was making bank off Ripple - it went from 20c to over $3.00. I cursed myself for not just buying Ripple at 44c or whatever it was, and I bought some at $3.15 - basically the top of the market, Ripple’s highest ever price.

I also bought some bags. FunFair went mad, why not, I’ll have some. Saw crazy profit on that. ETHLend going mad? Go on then. TRON? Go on then!

There was no wrong decision in that frenzy.

Until there was.

#The Copium
The gains leveled out. Some days started to get red. Everyone was saying shit like “Chinese New Year”, “Wall Street Bonuses”, “Korea FUD”. Nobody can pin why the bubble popped, but in any assets history, such an incredible period of growth just cannot be sustained. I think it was South Korea basically taking some exchanges offline and it fucked with Coin Stat websites. People panicked and sold. That caused more panic, and more sales.

The daily gains turned red, very quickly.

“It’s just a dip” “Hold!” “We need a correction” was the hopium of the day. Anyone ballsy enough sold, probably everyone who had been in this space since 2016. They’d seen it all before.

Some coins slowly turned from green, to breakeven, to red.

And it just kept going down. I remember a brief rally in April. It was a suckers rally, in May my altcoins were mostly back in profit. It went down again. Same thing in August, BTC spiked up, we all thought “Finally, this is it!” and then it came back down again. Over and over.

Small blips aside, the Bitcoin bear market lasted from Mid December 2018 to Mid March 2020. That’s 15 months, and only then did it start rising properly. We had a false start in early 2019 after the babyish chain split of Bitcoin Cash into BCH and BSV, which plummeted the market into one of the lowest prolonged periods of red I have seen. At this point, many people were down some -80% to -95%, me included.

#The Effect
How did it feel? Well to be honest, weird. But it happened over such a long period of time, you just become numb to it. In fact, after periods where your portfolio barely moves 3% in a week, you actually come to enjoy the wild volatility, even when the arse is falling out of it.

It never stops though, in October 2018, we experienced one of the sharpest in memory, when a childish squabble between Roger Ver and Craig Wright forked the Bitcoin Cash chain into BCH and Bitcoin “Satoshi’s Vision” (christ)

This resulted in an absolutely gut-wrenching drop which lasted until early 2019.

Some days, the losses and gains really did affect my day to day. I’ve received a couple warnings from work about chart-watching and I’ve been snappy or elated depending on how much I lost or gained in a day. Now I just truly don’t care. I have a target and if I get there, good, if not, I’ll wait.

#Is that a light I see?
2019 started out quite nicely. Price remained stable in the $3,000’s until April, where it all started climbing back up again. Alts came along for the ride too. On the summer solstice, BTC broke past $10,000. I smiled as I checked my portfolio, the same day I proposed to my gorgeous fiancee (that covers my ass in case she reads this). Were things looking up?

Myeh, not quite. This period of >$10,000 lasted until about September and we came back down. Again, a quiet Christmas and then the hope of a new year brought prices up again just nosing past $10,000.

Up to this point, I had been buying a bunch of stuff. I bought some Golem, it tripled in one of those spikes in 2018 and then I held a worthless token. My ETHLend, Funfair and Tron were basically worthless. The only times I was in profit was when Cardano, Eth or Ripple stirred from their sleep.

My first Bitcoin buy, to actually buy and keep, was in fuckin November 2019. I set up a monthly buy, but then stopped halfway through 2020 - with Coronavirus, I could’ve been out of work at a moments notice so all crypto buying stopped.

In March 2020, we saw Crypto nosedive as Coronavirus struck. This one sucked. In hindsight, these prices were a fucking steal - I had the balls to put only one buy in, Cardano at $0.035 and $0.038 - last week, these appreciated 31x and 27x respectively.

And that was basically the bottom. All has risen from there.

I made some massive, massive mistakes. I held certain shitcoins way too long, and sold ETHLEND when I broke even on it, because I didn’t do any research and didn’t get why it was climbing so quickly, which ultimately cost me about $4,500 in wasted gains.

I think the best thing I did was consolidate my entire portfolio. All the shit from Coinbase Earn, I just moved it all into Stellar. All the other crap, I just tied it into the good projects and Bitcoin.

So does this current dip feel like that bear market? No. It just feels like a correction on the way to something bigger. But I do think we will see, until June, some sideways and mostly negative price action broken up with a few days of gains at a time.

Some cardinal rules for Crypto:

  • This market is fucking irrational. It doesn’t make sense that EOS enjoyed periods of insane growth after the network was basically so congested it was not functional, or after people found out that 98% of the transactions on the network was just blocks filling up with weather data from around the world…
  • Do not ever, ever leverage yourself to buy Crypto. I’m talking loans, credit card debt, spending money reserved for rent or mortgage. This market can and will change in the blink of an eye and it’s not worth the risk.
  • Time in the market is truly better than timing the market. I tried trading a handful of times and it was a fantastic way of basically just setting fire to my money. I think my most successful trade I earned about 20 “free” ADA. The worst trade I did, I lost about £50 before I figured fuck it.
  • Do some fucking research! I mentioned earlier, I sold ETHLEND before it transformed into AAVE. I sold at $0.12. At it’s peak, it was worth about $5.40. It annoys me nearly every fucking day.
  • We are early. Yeah, we really are. Someone on here mentioned that most people can’t even tell you what Bitcoin is or does. Get in, stay in. Ride until you can take out your principal and the rest is free money.
  • Don’t take it so seriously. This shit definitely affected my day-to-day. You need to learn to let it go and roll with the punches. I put in a marginal amount maybe once a month and it still felt horrible the first few times I saw deep red in the portfolio.

Have fun guys!

Comment by theidiotrocketeer on CryptoMarkets

If you longed BTC and Shorted BTC during the BCH fork. Is that zero risk and you’d gain BCH?

BE

Comment by siimvn on stocks

THIS WILL BE THE NEXT TESLA. TO URANUS!

Comment by LeafyLungs on wallstreetbets

Do not chase the red, I REPEAT DO NOT CHASE THE REDS FROM OTHER STOCKS.

WE WILL BE FINE. 💎👐🦍

Comment by JohnnyK- on wallstreetbets

IF WE FINISH ON GREEN TODAY … THE WHOLE WORLD WOULD BE TALKING ABOUT GME AND MANY PAPERHAND WILL DISCARD OTHER STOCKS AND COME TO GME !

Comment by debantures on wallstreetbets

CAN I BE MARGOT ROBIE PLZ

Comment by LUV2FUKMARRIEDMILFS on wallstreetbets

WHO WANTS TO BE KING !!

MILLIONAIRE ARE MADE IN TIMES LIKE THIS

THIS IS FUCKEN WALLSTREET BABY

FUCK U THINK U WAS AT TIK TOK HOE

U SEE THE DIP COCK IN ASS BUY IT FAST !!!!!

BEAM

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by lupin4fs on wallstreetbets

Cathie has been adding BEAM to ARKK, arguably the best gene editing stock.

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by michellinThrow on stocks

Having trouble choosing a stock so I’ll ask here, I’m looking at HCAC which will turn into Canoo post merger and has great upside but also downside as it is a risky shell company with a future innovation or BEAM an bio tech company which had an insane run up and is continuing its growth although still a future outlook. Which should I place 5% of my port in?

Comment by michellinThrow on stocks

Having trouble choosing a stock so I’ll ask here, I’m looking at HCAC which will turn into Canoo post merger and has great upside but also downside as it is a risky shell company with a future innovation or BEAM an bio tech company which had an insane run up and is continuing its growth although still a future outlook. Which should I place 5% of my port in?

BEP

Comment by househoff on stocks

Hi, I’m a 26 YO engineer and I have been dabbling in RobinHood for the past 3 years, although I invested the majority this year accumulating about $4k. (I also have around 100K in professionally managed 401-Ks and brokerages). With that said, here’s my RobinHood portfolio. I’m trying to target around 80% of my portfolio being long-term holds (ETFS, long-term growth, dividends) and ~20% gambling (meme stocks and shorts). I am thinking of rebalancing this week. Thoughts?

  • HMCLY - 2.8%
  • F - 6.7%
  • TSN - 3.8%
  • WM - 3.6%
  • BEP - 4.3%
  • INTC - 2.5%
  • MSFT - 12.1%
  • V - 11.0 %
  • CURI - 0.7%
  • CRSR - 4.6%
  • PLTR - 3.8%
  • QQQ - 16%
  • VOO - 17.4%
  • ICLN - 7.0%

Comment by Connelly47 on stocks

$21,840.21 portfolio.

Brokerage

27.19% PLTR - CRSP 21.70% - AMD 14.27% - TXG 10.20%- BAH 8.76% - TER 7.63% - ALRM 7.70% - KKR 1.24%.- PACB 0.63% - BEP 0.38% -OPEN 0.29% what your opinions or feedback.

GAIN %

BROKERAGE- 53.23%

What do you think of this portfolio? Brokerage mostly individual stocks and roth with few stocks and mostly etf. later when more $ come in I will only invest ETF. will add etf bonds AGG later. Should I sell some like trim it for profits since the crash is coming? Thank you!

Comment by Connelly47 on stocks

$21,840.21 portfolio.

Brokerage

27.19% PLTR - CRSP 21.70% - AMD 14.27% - TXG 10.20%- BAH 8.76% - TER 7.63% - ALRM 7.70% - KKR 1.24%.- PACB 0.63% - BEP 0.38% -OPEN 0.29% what your opinions or feedback.

GAIN %

BROKERAGE- 53.23%

What do you think of this portfolio? Brokerage mostly individual stocks and roth with few stocks and mostly etf. later when more $ come in I will only invest ETF. will add etf bonds AGG later. Should I sell some like trim it for profits since the crash is coming? Thank you!

Comment by househoff on stocks

Hi, I’m a 26 YO engineer and I have been dabbling in RobinHood for the past 3 years, although I invested the majority this year accumulating about $4k. (I also have around 100K in professionally managed 401-Ks and brokerages). With that said, here’s my RobinHood portfolio. I’m trying to target around 80% of my portfolio being long-term holds (ETFS, long-term growth, dividends) and ~20% gambling (meme stocks and shorts). I am thinking of rebalancing this week. Thoughts?

  • HMCLY - 2.8%
  • F - 6.7%
  • TSN - 3.8%
  • WM - 3.6%
  • BEP - 4.3%
  • INTC - 2.5%
  • MSFT - 12.1%
  • V - 11.0 %
  • CURI - 0.7%
  • CRSR - 4.6%
  • PLTR - 3.8%
  • QQQ - 16%
  • VOO - 17.4%
  • ICLN - 7.0%

Comment by sfinxie on wallstreetbets

Bought the dip and got my BEP below $70. I like the stock. 🚀🚀🚀

BFT

Comment by nan on stocks

I invested 20,000$ last week on BFT for 1540 shares at 12.95, sold 150 shares on Friday; to thus increase my position on OTC:TSNP who recently merged with Humbl. Inc. to 19,000 shares.

Comment by nan on stocks

19,450 TSNP at .23 , 1540 BFT 12.95 what makes you so sure? About tsnp it’s a pink sheet I feel like people Think it’s all talk and no walk

Comment by nan on stocks

I invested 20,000$ last week on BFT for 1540 shares at 12.95, sold 150 shares on Friday; to thus increase my position on OTC:TSNP who recently merged with Humbl. Inc. to 19,000 shares.

Comment by easyup360 on stocks

Have a 100K portfolio in RH. I am looking for 50-60% growth YOY. What do you guys think? Am I correctly balanced for that?

FB - 35%

AAPL - 15%

ETFs (SKYY +ARKK) - 15%

MSFT - 10%

China (BABA + JD + TCEHY) - 10%

TSLA - 5%

15% in SPACs and Meme stocks ( IPOC, GIX, CCL, BFT etc)

Comment by nan on stocks

19,450 TSNP at .23 , 1540 BFT 12.95 what makes you so sure? About tsnp it’s a pink sheet I feel like people Think it’s all talk and no walk

BIG

Comment by Lexicon-Jester on wallstreetbets

What the hell should I do? I’m down BIG TIME across the board. Turn off my app and don’t look at it? Or cut my losses. Super sweating here…

Would the market recover, or is everything adjusting to a new average.

Comment by stefanoste on CryptoMarkets

Now all BIG professors come out and with cristal ball will predict the future, hurry up guys hurry up guys before is too late ….Jesus cmon
Lets me guess….BTC back to 8k ???? if so then let’s all forget about btc , adoption and all the rest

Comment by Watchadoinfoo on wallstreetbets

This really feels like the start of what happened last month all over again, this time WE HAVE BIG FUTURE CATALYSTS ON THE WAY THO

Comment by Sipnheighterade on wallstreetbets

#SOME BIG DICK INVESTOR IS PISSED AT MELVIN

Comment by Comprehensive-Ad3102 on wallstreetbets

AMC is up 10% in AH. BIG UP TOMORROW

BNGO

Comment by sweatyturds on wallstreetbets

I’m sorry BNGO boys, I bought the dip, then came the real dip 😭📉

Comment by ShortTermLongForm on pennystocks

10,000 shares @ $0.56

Lets hope this is a $10+ stock within 5 years.

I got in BNGO @.80, but only for a couple hundred dollars. AVG’d up my price to 8.50 avg and sold at $13, but if I had just committed early I’d have made 6 figures. Bankruptcy or Retirement, this is the way.

Comment by marcelowit on pennystocks

Does someone know why BNGO is falling like a stone?

Comment by BNGOKevo on pennystocks

What Covid Updates? Thanks my impression is i’m still bullish on Dr. Bngo Biden helping out BNGO but what did you see about Covid specifically? Good post, we have a lot of zoomers who put money then pull out but if you know what you hold Hodl is a good strategy lol imagine trading apple stock back in the day.

Comment by wh1tered47545 on pennystocks

Got BNGO at $8.8 after thinking that i missed the boat so that was a good dip

BP

Comment by AdAdorable6139 on stocks

42.2% - Unilever - ULVR

9.7% - British American Tobacco - BATS

8.4% - Coca-Cola - KO

7.8% - National Grid - NG

7.4% - Persimmon - PSN

7.2% - iShares gold producers ETF - SPGP

6.2% - Morrisons Supermarket - MRW

3.9% - Airtel Africa - AAF

2.6% - Britvic - BVIC

1.6% - AT&T - T

1.6% - BP - BP

1.3% - Kroger - KR

0.3% - Intel Corporation - INTC

Few American, mostly British. I’m not a fan of growth stocks overall. The distribution is all caused by how much time I had at the time at buying them, not distributed to be strategic. My next buying will be focused on smaller companies, a few have popped up on my radar.

Comment by Mike804 on stocks

Damn i wanted to open a position on BP today, imma have to wait for it to come down again now.

Comment by LSDMOLLYSHROOMS on stocks

Symbol Shares MFGP 14 0.06%

VTRS 18 0.22%

LUV 33 1.12%

HPQ 124 2.20%

BP 215 3.27%

PFE 147 3.34%

CRM 22 3.58%

VZ 124 4.40%

WMT 53 5.05%

V 61 8.31%

LLY 73 9.82%

TSLA 40 20.87%

AAPL 433 37.76%

Should I sell off some apple or TSLA? Should I diversify? I’ve held most of my stocks for 5+ years, besides TSLA(bought it around $250, before the stock split.) I bought 200 shares of BP today for a long term hold. I also bought Southwest in Q4 last year.

I want to increase my growth.

edit: just to be clear I also have a meme/WSB portfolio but this is my serious one lol

Comment by AdAdorable6139 on stocks

42.2% - Unilever - ULVR

9.7% - British American Tobacco - BATS

8.4% - Coca-Cola - KO

7.8% - National Grid - NG

7.4% - Persimmon - PSN

7.2% - iShares gold producers ETF - SPGP

6.2% - Morrisons Supermarket - MRW

3.9% - Airtel Africa - AAF

2.6% - Britvic - BVIC

1.6% - AT&T - T

1.6% - BP - BP

1.3% - Kroger - KR

0.3% - Intel Corporation - INTC

Few American, mostly British. I’m not a fan of growth stocks overall. The distribution is all caused by how much time I had at the time at buying them, not distributed to be strategic. My next buying will be focused on smaller companies, a few have popped up on my radar.

Comment by LSDMOLLYSHROOMS on stocks

Symbol Shares MFGP 14 0.06%

VTRS 18 0.22%

LUV 33 1.12%

HPQ 124 2.20%

BP 215 3.27%

PFE 147 3.34%

CRM 22 3.58%

VZ 124 4.40%

WMT 53 5.05%

V 61 8.31%

LLY 73 9.82%

TSLA 40 20.87%

AAPL 433 37.76%

Should I sell off some apple or TSLA? Should I diversify? I’ve held most of my stocks for 5+ years, besides TSLA(bought it around $250, before the stock split.) I bought 200 shares of BP today for a long term hold. I also bought Southwest in Q4 last year.

I want to increase my growth.

edit: just to be clear I also have a meme/WSB portfolio but this is my serious one lol

BY

Comment by Throwawayeconboi on wallstreetbets

I NEED AMD ABOVE 90 BY 3/19. WHY DID THAT LOOK SO EASY BEFORE

Comment by richtofin115 on wallstreetbets

#GREEN BY EOD RIGHT GUYS…… 🥺

Comment by Theuncommonone_ on wallstreetbets

CLOSE THE MARKETS NOW! WE WERE WINNING BY A LOT! COUNT EVERY TRADE! DO YOUR JOB SEC, TD, RH!

Comment by thatcherkyle on wallstreetbets

GME UP 10% PREMARKET. TIME TO GET OUR FALLEN BROTHERS AT 300$. INHALER. CHECK. WIFE BEING LOOKED AFTER BY HER BOYFRIEND. CHECK. FULL THROTTLE RETARDS

Comment by trust-theprocess on wallstreetbets

Me down 80% on GME:

IF YOU ONLY COUNT THE LEGAL TRADES, I WON THIS INVESTMENT BY A LOT

CAN

Comment by Tymbra on wallstreetbets

WHERE CAN I SELL MY ASS TO GET MORE GME

Comment by dube123 on wallstreetbets

IS ANYONE ALIVE OUT THERE?! CAN ANYONE HEAR ME?!

Comment by bretatatatata on wallstreetbets

ALL I SEE IS RED, RED, RED NO MATTER WHAT! GOT DA PUTS ON MY MIND, I CAN NEVER GET ENOUGH.

Comment by BlackDiamondHand on wallstreetbets

I bought my first stock GME @ 423, then AMC @ 17, TLRY @ 68, APHA @ 29, TSLA @ 880. Can anyone with a wrinkled brain help this smooth AF brain, WHERE ARE MY TENDIES? CAN I FIND THESE TENDIES IN OPTIONS?![gif](emote free_emotes_pack dizzy_face)![gif](emote free_emotes_pack cry)

Comment by RckZilla123 on wallstreetbets

IF DFV CAN DOUBLE DOWN ON HIS SHARES

I CAN DO THAT TOO

FROM 100 to 200

LETS FUCKING GO MELVIN

CAP

Comment by TwinkleD123 on stocks

RATE MY PORTFOLIO PLS

Hello,

I hope some of you can chime, and give me some advice on my portfolio I started trading in May, and I’m currently up 84% :D . Here is what I currently have.

Tesla: 10 @ 347

Cloudflare: 184 @ 40.50

Canoo: 175 @ 17.07

BB: 332 @ 17.15

These are my long term investments. I don’t plan to see these for a loooong time since I believe in the companies. My plan is just to keep adding money to my four stocks I have, or should I start to diversify? I’ve been eyeing EZGO, but it’s another small CAP company with volatility.

Let me know what you guys think!

Thank you all.

Comment by BIGHAFFNER on stocks

I played this game from 2007 to like 2013 and what I see current day , I’ve NEVER seen a game grow so much and have such a strong fan base over the years . It is a great game for kids I loved playing it. IMMA GO ALL IN NO CAP seen it go from 1,000 people in top played game on Roblox , to seeing hundreds of thousands / millions on a single game & #2 most played game on Xbox - its a game within the game itself bc its ALL user created. Not sure but used to be made with LUA script which is widely used across the interwebz Not financial advice but this game does hit nostalgic levels that others never will bc of user to user connection

Comment by TwinkleD123 on stocks

RATE MY PORTFOLIO PLS

Hello,

I hope some of you can chime, and give me some advice on my portfolio I started trading in May, and I’m currently up 84% :D . Here is what I currently have.

Tesla: 10 @ 347

Cloudflare: 184 @ 40.50

Canoo: 175 @ 17.07

BB: 332 @ 17.15

These are my long term investments. I don’t plan to see these for a loooong time since I believe in the companies. My plan is just to keep adding money to my four stocks I have, or should I start to diversify? I’ve been eyeing EZGO, but it’s another small CAP company with volatility.

Let me know what you guys think!

Thank you all.

Comment by Silly-Storm378 on stocks

Started investing in February, 2020. 26 years old, based in US. Risk tolerance: aggressive but like more diversified portfolio. This is my non-retirement account. Would be happy for any feedback.

VTSAX - 45%

VTIAX - 20%

VBTLX - 10%

US SMALL CAP VALUE - 10%

REIT AND ALTERNATIVES - 10%

QQQ - 5%

Comment by Silly-Storm378 on stocks

Started investing in February, 2020. 26 years old, based in US. Risk tolerance: aggressive but like more diversified portfolio. This is my non-retirement account. Would be happy for any feedback.

VTSAX - 45%

VTIAX - 20%

VBTLX - 10%

US SMALL CAP VALUE - 10%

REIT AND ALTERNATIVES - 10%

QQQ - 5%

CASH

Comment by two-lipp on stocks

Please read – 18 year old who would greatly appreciate feedback. I would say my method of investment is more on the conservative side; I have no interest in “meme” stocks or stocks that promise fast-and-quick gain (i.e. GME).

MSFT: 13.95%

JPM: 6.16%

DIS: 5.31%

UAL: 5.18%

NEE: 5.17%

CCL: 4.35%

FB: 4.21%

IBM: 3.64%

ICLN: 3.03%

RDS.B: 2.31%

KO: 2.23%$ (Swing trading)

NDAQ: 2.17%

AAPL: 2.14%

AMEX: 1.94%

INTC: 1.74% (Swinging)

ALK: 1.67%

WEN: 1.60%

VWDRY: 1.24%

NCLH: 1.13%

[C]C[I]V: 1.03%

REST IS CASH - AROUND 4.6K in PORTFOLIO

Comment by Dankusss on wallstreetbets

LETS FUCKING GOOO!!! DONT HAVE ANY CASH TO BUY NOW BUT YOU GUYS CAN COME AND GET ME @110

Comment by Tre38884 on UraniumSqueeze

With flat and negative interest rates, the value of CASH right now, has never been higher in world history. The utilities are short uranium and they have preferred to have cash on thier balance sheets instead of uranium. THAT is going to change Big time.

Comment by Yourmumspiles on wallstreetbets

ATTENTION CASH GANG

wat do?

Comment by Tre38884 on UraniumSqueeze

With flat and negative interest rates, the value of CASH right now, has never been higher in world history. The utilities are short uranium and they have preferred to have cash on thier balance sheets instead of uranium. THAT is going to change Big time.

CAT

Comment by Howdar on wallstreetbets

#DEAD CAT BOUNCE DONT GET FOOLED. WAIT TIL IT ACTUALLY SETTLES

Edit: by “it” I literally mean every single stock

Comment by Sprinkles_Spare on stocks

I’m 28, new investor & I use Robinhood.

I am up 289% from when I started investing in April. I started with $12,000 and I am at $36,153 and I took out my initial investment so I’m playing with house money at this point. I pulled out 70% right before the election and bought back in at the dip on Election Day.

All of my holding I have am holding are all positive. I know that returns like this aren’t usual but I am happy with my choices in winners. I think my portfolio has good growth opportunities over the next years. I plan to hold these long term now.

I would love any and all advice or opinions

Stocks.

  • PENN - 9.99%

  • TSLA - 7.14%

  • MTUM - 3.47%

  • ARKW - 3.28%

  • ARKK - 2.82%

  • ARKG - 2.37%

  • ARKF - 2.17%

  • ARKQ - 2.41%

  • ARKR - 2.3%

  • FSR - 3.37%

  • BABA - 2.8%

  • WDAY - 2.58%

  • CRM - 2.45%

  • PYPL - 2.55%

  • SQ - 2.57%

  • PRNT - 2.22%

  • AZRL - 2.2%

  • SE - 2.15%

  • ACST - 1.68%
  • IN UV - 1.69%
  • RYCEY - 0.85%

Calls - 1/15/21

  • GPRO $5.5 - 2 contracts.

3/19/21

  • PLUG $14 - 1 contract. * will be executing *

4/16/21

  • PBI $8 - 1 contract.
  • BETZ $29 - 3 contacts *will be executing at least 1
  • PENN $55 - 1 contract * 100% be executing

5/21/21

  • FSR $10 - 1 contract - may be executing
  • CAT $180 - 1 contract.

6/18/21

  • PLUG $17 - 1 contract - will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract.

1/20/23

  • VZ $60 - 1 contract
  • RI0T $2 - 1 contract * will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract
  • PENN $60 - 1 contract * fuck yes I am executing.

PENN is my favorite holding.

Comment by vodkaandcaviarxo on wallstreetbets

DO YOU THINK WE OUGHTA GO CAT WOMAN WITH THE BUDGET

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

#JPOW AKA UNCOOL CAT WOMAN

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

CB

Comment by Wartez9 on CryptoCurrency

I’m having pending ETH transaction from CB Wallet to CB, is it pending for majority too? Been two hours now.

Comment by Algo2Pete on CryptoCurrency

CB lists a lot of coins but most of them are not supported. CB sux ass.

Comment by ryanonthevedder on CryptoCurrency

My order was filled on my alt last night and today it was cleared for CB and pumped 20% (sats). Totes stoked despite this dippy dip.

I am the dog in the house fire meme.

It actually is fine

.

Comment by LiveAloha23 on CryptoCurrency

It’s on Binance. I have a little bit of Ada there, but also would like it to be on CB just to simplify the process of adding more.

Comment by Muphintopzbitches on CryptoCurrency

Same,you can buy some right dogshit on CB but you cant buy ADA, makes no sense.

Id rather us CB for everything, but this isnt possible, so I also use uphold.

CBD

Comment by Chitchatketnet on pennystocks

High Tide published as of today:https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/high-tide-significantly-improves-balance-sheet-as-a-further-20-million-of-debt-has-converted-into-equity-and-provides-other-updates-898025751.html

Key notes:

“Having now closed our $23 million equity Offering, and with over $27 million of debt converted so far this fiscal year, High Tide’s financial strength has been growing every day and has never been stronger.  This has not gone unnoticed by a large number of companies which have reached out to High Tide viewing us as their potential partner of choice. Given our integrated model, this includes not just other cannabis retailers in Canada, but also companies across other areas of the value chain – including accessories manufacturers and brands, other e-commerce retailers, and CBD companies in the United States,” said Raj Grover, President and Chief Executive Officer of High Tide.  “With our existing profitable operations and strong balance sheet, it is game on for acquisitions at High Tide.  We plan to be aggressive in pursuing transactions which would be accretive to our shareholders immediately, as well as those that can further position us to quickly take advantage of the fast evolving regulatory and legislative landscape in the United States.” added Mr. Grover.

I am currently more bullish on High Tide then ever before.They are strengthening their balance sheet almost monthly now. Their assets are growing big time and their debt is getting rid of. Their equity is going through the roof.

This also convinces me that High Tide will end up on the Nasdaq soon. As per requirement 4 of the Nasdaq:

https://listingcenter.nasdaq.com/assets/initialguide.pdfSee page 7!

Requirement 4:

  1. Market cap of above 160M: is currently sitting at 260M and with this fresh balance sheet I do not expect them to fall down a lot further.
  2. 80M in total assets. Well they already had that from Meta growth and High Tide combined.
  3. 55M in equity value. They wept away about 27M in debt, did a 23M financing round and already had 13M in equity value (High Tide q3 earnings) also Meta add in some equity value. Plus they are generating cash and not burning makes me confident that this criteria is met.
  4. Share price of 4$, in an AMA on reddit it was already discussed that a reverse split will happen most likely. In a yearly board meeting the board has agreed on doing so if necessary for uplisting

See you soon on the Nasdaq and in the USA!

Comment by Reddit_guard on stocks

My non-meme portfolio circa Jan 2021; while the meme investing has been great for the dopamine, I’m trying to hone my value strategies with this portfolio a la Graham and Buffett. This is my breakdown so far as I slowly branch out to different sectors/adjust exposure:

DIS ~15%

ARKK ~15%

AAPL ~10%

VALE ~10%

IPOE ~10%

ACI ~10%

ARMZX ~5%

DAL ~5%

VST ~5%

YCBD ~5%

10% free cash waiting for developments re: inauguration.

I’m considering a handful of stocks as well. Particularly looking at SU, BAC, DVA, and HMC.

Some of the ones that seem odd for a value portfolio I imagine – IPOE was grabbed as soon as SOFI was the announced target. It’s extremely unlikely the merger proceeds and there is great upside once it happens. YCBD seems to be one of the stronger presences in the CBD market and could absolutely grow if we continue trending towards overall cannabis legalization. VALE is more speculative nickel play and I imagine I won’t be adding much unless EV trend continues as is. Any stocks I should consider? Any that seem too risky to keep at the current level of exposure? Thanks in advance!

Comment by Reddit_guard on stocks

My non-meme portfolio circa Jan 2021; while the meme investing has been great for the dopamine, I’m trying to hone my value strategies with this portfolio a la Graham and Buffett. This is my breakdown so far as I slowly branch out to different sectors/adjust exposure:

DIS ~15%

ARKK ~15%

AAPL ~10%

VALE ~10%

IPOE ~10%

ACI ~10%

ARMZX ~5%

DAL ~5%

VST ~5%

YCBD ~5%

10% free cash waiting for developments re: inauguration.

I’m considering a handful of stocks as well. Particularly looking at SU, BAC, DVA, and HMC.

Some of the ones that seem odd for a value portfolio I imagine – IPOE was grabbed as soon as SOFI was the announced target. It’s extremely unlikely the merger proceeds and there is great upside once it happens. YCBD seems to be one of the stronger presences in the CBD market and could absolutely grow if we continue trending towards overall cannabis legalization. VALE is more speculative nickel play and I imagine I won’t be adding much unless EV trend continues as is. Any stocks I should consider? Any that seem too risky to keep at the current level of exposure? Thanks in advance!

CC

Comment by travellinglaowai on wallstreetbets

Just got back from a 3 day hiking trip.

Boy I cant wait to see how my CC eye V position is doing!

Comment by viveleroi on pennystocks

Luckily I already dumped the few stocks I no longer wanted to be in, for either no loss or tiny loss. Now I’m just holding stocks I’m happy to be with long-term. I’ve mostly used up the extra funds I had to buy the dip, but I did lower my cost average on several.

Looks like two puts I sold on (stock symbol removed cause it’s auto-banned) will expire ITM this Friday though, but I’m not worried, I figured they would. I’ll just sell CC as long as I can.

Comment by pepperfizz on stocks

My friend’s kid managed to charge his CC to buy accessories or whatever for all her friends in her Roblox community..i guess that’s worst than buying a wrong stock.

Comment by CaptenJackHarkness on stocks

5k and a little less than a month later

Stock trades of TSLA —> CC IV & NIO —> into now GME & BB

Comment by CaptenJackHarkness on stocks

5k and a little less than a month later

Stock trades of TSLA —> CC IV & NIO —> into now GME & BB

CCIV

Comment by TukTukTruk on investing

Sold CCIV yesterday, buying more today

Comment by YebelTheRebel on pennystocks

I should’ve cashed out on a lot of stuff 2 Mondays ago. Seeing red for the past 2 weeks. Only a few great plays are keeping me from going the titanic route. 1 CCIV call I bought back in early January is keeping me afloat

Comment by icomeforthereaper on investing

Might also have something to do with CCIV merging with Lucid today. Personally, I think Lucid’s car is asshole ugly, but they could be the first serious competitor to Tesla.

Comment by don_cornichon on investing

With the lucid deal confirmed and CCIV crashing hard AH, I guess people don’t like the $15 PIPE entry point?

Historically, do SPACs approach the PIPE price before the IPO, or what?

Comment by OneTwoMiniErrors on investing

Hey everyone! New here! Have been doing a lot of reading up on CCIV and am getting mixed opinions on wether to buy or not. Was hoping for everyones opinion.

A little background: CCIV is rumored to be days away from a merger with Lucid Motors (an EV company). This is significantly raise the market cap for this company. Based on this info i am choosing to buy i believe, but maybe someone can talk me off of it??

CCJ

Comment by ParticipativeBystndr on UraniumSqueeze

anyone else listening to the CCJ earnings conference call?

Comment by New-Backwood on stocks

AAPL 30%

ARKG 19%

ARKQ 9%

SPY 15%

SPYG 13%

CRSP 13%

Building long term portfolio. Thoughts on BEAM? What about uranium NXE CCJ URA UUU?

Comment by wittyshit on UraniumSqueeze

I am going to spend 25k on CCJ ‘23 $30 calls, am i dumb?

Comment by ParticipativeBystndr on UraniumSqueeze

anyone else listening to the CCJ earnings conference call?

Comment by Hoagie27 on UraniumSqueeze

DNN and CCJ here

CCL

Comment by thebeanercalva on stocks

Any comments or recommendations on my portfolio would be greatly appreciated: 10 shares of VOO (Vanguard S&P ETF) 20 shares of NET (Cloudflare) 72 shares of CCL (Carnival) 50 shares of PLTR (Palantir) 100 shares of GE (General Electric) 100 shares of F (Ford) $1007 in cash

My only recent change was selling 10 shares of COST (Costco) and 16 shares of SWPPX (Schwab S&P Index Fund) to buy VOO and PLTR at $27 a share

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

Comment by dkay88 on stocks

https://imgur.com/a/iBl6w4Y

Transferred my £39k Aviva pension into a SIPP when I left my job 3 months ago and made 25% so far (total profit percentages shown isn’t correct as I’ve sold and bought back multiple shares& funds and shit app don’t understand.) I’ve only just bought some of these positions last week, like CCL and Baillie Gifford positive change so profits still showing low.

Any thoughts?

Comment by BorisYeltzen on wallstreetbets

Fucking cruise ships dog shit - CCL asks for another billion in capital because its pissing away 600 million a month and the stock is still up 3% on the day. Honestly get fucked lol

Comment by work1800 on stocks

What’s the best source for current and historical outstanding shares? Specifically I’m trying to figure out how much CCL has been diluted over the last year from issuing new stock.

E*Trade app says 534 million shares outstanding, Yahoo finance says 932 million, Finviz says 919 million, and Y-charts shows 1.1 billion as of Jan 14.

E*Trade is the clear outlier and is either wrong or computed in a different way.

Anyone have a preferred, accurate source for this data?

CEO

Comment by thesmiter1 on wallstreetbets

I wonder how long it’ll take tards here to figure out that PLTR will gain slowly over time, just like the CEO said, and that anywhere from 45-60 EOY would be freaking amazing. I’m not going to try and stop anyone from doing weeklies, go right ahead. It’s funny to see the losses. Just make sure to post ‘em.

Comment by strongholder666 on investing

Hello Community , in recent events about $PBR stock (a brazilian petroleum company)

according to the news that the company fired its CEO , price of the shares dropped 21% yesterday.

And as much i could see on some platforms , there is a short daily volume about 24%.( correct if i m wrong)

current price 7.92$ per share.

P/E ratio 8.60

The company seems to do well according to the current situation. (Covid19)

$PBR is the biggest brazilian oil company and one of the major oil companies in the global.

My personal view , i see it as a great oportunity to enter at the current price.

I want to hear yours.

*This is not a financial advise.

Comment by Arekanderia on stocks

Don’t trust Chinese companies?

If the company has a majority of Chinese stakeholders or has an HQ based out of the Chinese mainland, it’s a front for the CCP.

We’ve known this for years now.

(I do agree with the investigative methods for all other businesses to make sure they aren’t using the CCP’s tactics, but the expectation that a Chinese company was not going to be a front is counterintuitive at best, I mean just look at antgroup, the CEO mentioned ONCE that he had critical thoughts on the CCP’s philosophy and his group IPO got destroyed, and the rest of his companies and holdings are under massive ‘investigations’ for ‘reasons related to China’s national security’.)

Comment by Long-Term-Owner on investing

Vy Global Growth, VYGG - Reddit Merger

Linking everything together

  • Reddit last valued privately at $6B.
  • Generally SPACs can do a merger with a company up to 10x the capital pool.
  • VYGG raised 749.5M. This would likely give Reddit an IPO valuation of 6-8B.
  • Alexander Tamas is an expert on social media/internet businesses.
  • Tamas previously invested in FB, Twitter, Reddit, and Mail.ru. His VC fund, Vy Capital, owns some percentage of Reddit. Specific ownership stats not disclosed.
  • Steve Huffman, Reddits Co-founder and CEO, is on the Vy Global Growth Board of Directors. He is not affiliated with any other SPAC.
  • The VYGG prospectus specifically allows the Sponsors including Vy Capital to “self-deal” which allows them to bring one of the companies they have previously invested in public.
  • Tamas has over 140M of his own dollars invested in VYGG common shares. This incentivises him to only partner with a strong business that can truly grow over an extended period of time.
  • Reddit is a founder-led social media technology company with 52M daily active users and 440M monthly active users. Exactly the kind of business laid out in the VYGG prospectus.
  • If Reddit can successfully monetize that audience it could be worth hundreds of billions someday.
  • Steve Huffman’s goal is to offer every person an opportunity to join communities that they align with. He dislikes instagram/facebook and wants to enable people to interact with each other “authentically”.
  • Reddit had job openings for their IPO readiness team until Febuary 9th, 2021. They filled their last position which was the leader of the IPO readiness team. This means their entire IPO team is now complete and working on putting their IPO deal together.
  • This means Reddit is ready to go public and now, because of VYGG, has an easy and fast way to get into the public market.
  • It usually takes between 30 and 90 days from the SPACs letter of intent to the actual merger date, so this could happen over the next six months.
  • On Febuary 8th, 2021, Vy Capital led a 250M round on Reddit which can be considered a pre-IPO round. This round gives it’s current investors the ability to go to their clients and show them good returns. It also boosts the valuation so when Reddit goes public it doesn’t do a 3x on valuation from 3B to 8-10B, but from 6B to 8-10B. - Much easier to sell to the public investors.
  • This funding round also gave its current shareholders the opportunity to buy more of its shares right before it goes public.
  • The money raised is going to be put towards attracting advertisers and brands, building its workforce by doubling its staff, and expanding internationally. This can be considered a story round where Reddit is projecting a future as a multi-billion dollar advertising social media business. Exactly the type of business that gets crazy price/sales multiples in the current market environment.

How each Member of the BOD fits into helping Reddit Grow

  • Alexander Tamas - CEO at Vy Capital, Chairman at Vy Global Growth - Social media and internet business expert. Just led a 250M fundraising round on Reddit.
  • John Hering - CEO at VYGG - Cyber security expert. Lots of experience scaling online platforms to millions of users. Strong aversion to the misuse of data. Fits with Reddits values.
  • Hugo Barra - Board Member at VYGG - Experience with expanding technology companies userbase internationally (Xiaomi). VP of VR at Facebook. Scaled Android OS to more than a billion users. Fits with social media narrative.
  • Justin Kan - VYGG Board Member - Founder of Twitch.tv. Social media expert. Scaled Twitch.tv to more than 200 million users. Has been friends with Steve Huffman for over 15 years. Was in the first Y-combinator round along with Steve Huffman. Would be a useful Board Member for Reddit.
  • Steve Huffman - Founder & CEO of Reddit - Is putting the pieces in place for a Reddit IPO (probably through the SPAC process). Finished putting Reddit’s IPO readiness team together on Febuary, 9th 2021.

Investment Case

  1. Worst case: I’m wrong and VYGG doesn’t merge with Reddit. They fail to find a decent business combination and the cash in the trust is returned to the shareholders. Currently it is expected that around $10.01 of cash is in the trust per common share.
  2. Medium case: I’m wrong and VYGG doesn’t merge with Reddit. They find a different business combination and the common shares trade up to between $12 and $20 per share.
  3. Best case: I’m right and VYGG merges with Reddit. The market is still very expensive due to mass hysteria and low interest rates. VYGG/Reddit becomes a meme stock and millions of Reddit users buy in significantly punching up its price. Reddit combines the hype-ability of being a technology and social media business and the stock goes parabolic. In this scenario the price range will be dependent on the original IPO price. If it IPOs at 6-8B I could see VYGG shareholders making multiples of their original investment in a very short period of time (less than two-three months).

Valuation Model

  • Companies with similar user statistics have valuations in the tens of billions. Twitter - 58B, Pinterest - 52B, Snapchat - 98B.

Disclosure: I hold no position in VYGG or VYGG/WS. (My close family holds ~ 100k shares, 400k warrants).

Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor… do your own due diligence.

Comment by devilmonk on stocks

What do you guys think about riocan (rei.un) and (srg)?

I feel like there’s high potential in both of these should Rona come to an end. Riocan seems more safe since SRG had that CEO change news, but they honestly seem to be doing well. People might’ve undervalued it after that news

CGC

Comment by turkeychicken on stocks

Here’s my brokerage account. I have a ROTH and SEP IRA that I filled with more ETFs and mutual funds. Maybe I’ll post those later

It’s definitely tech heavy but some of my other ETFs kinda counter that. Some of these are a lesson on what not to do (eg: bought CGC at the peak of the bubble and i’m still down a lot on that). For the most part, I go with the diamond hand approach and just hold shit. I’m not trying to turn around a quick profit.

Symbol Gain/Loss % % of Account
AMZN +153.35% 18.03%
MSFT +159.65% 10.23%
GOOGL +98.3% 10.21%
QCLN +436.41% 5.64%
NET +310.08% 5.09%
AAPL +79.85% 4.35%
ZG +365.17% 3.96%
ZTS +43.1% 3.16%
TMO +81.29% 3.15%
USAC -9.98% 2.17%
MDT +8.57% 1.92%
CRM +51.36% 1.9%
ICLN +157.93% 1.87%
HON +42.67% 1.83%
STOR -20.61% 1.79%
VRTX +95.78% 1.64%
LUKOY +90.79% 1.6%
ABT +81.45% 1.58%
WAMVX +20.24% 1.39%
BRK/B +32.7% 1.37%
USB +36.42% 1.21%
DLHAX +15.88% 1.14%
ADME +33.27% 1.13%
CAT +25.71% 1.08%
NRZ -43.47% 1.08%
ABBV +12.69% 1.06%
WFC +20.97% 1.05%
MRK +26.98% 1.04%
PG +8.18% 0.93%
IPG +43.87% 0.83%
JPM +50.56% 0.78%
RSX +41.4% 0.78%
SBUX +38.81% 0.74%
PCRFY +2.32% 0.7%
DIS +28.11% 0.67%
MCD +15.49% 0.63%
C +33.15% 0.57%
CGC -43.46% 0.47%
OXSQ -37.12% 0.45%
RDS/B -36.38% 0.36%
IBM -34.25% 0.15%
SWRSX +2.42% 0.13%
SUNS -13.88% 0.08%
HRZN +5.12% 0.06%

Comment by insomniaxs on investing

Cash burn is pretty insane. They need one hell of a financial rebound in the coming 2-3 years to remain competitive (maybe even solvent). I think that’s going to be much harder than people believe, these trends tend to have a lot of inertia, so I don’t feel confident investing in CGC at the moment. (disclosure: I am long APHA, held CGC in the past)

Comment by yeti_man82 on stocks

Current portfolio (in no particular order):

AAPL, PYPL, SQ, CAT, EA, DKNG, BYND, CRON, CGC NTDOY, DIS, SBUX, NKE, GM, MSFT, ENPH, TSLA.

I also have some crypto (BTC, ETH, and some alts).

I will probably pare down some in the near future and research some ETFs (“next gen” tech, renewables, maybe cannabis). But, this is where I am at right now, and I feel fairly happy with my portfolio. Always looking to streamline and do research.

Comment by turkeychicken on stocks

Here’s my brokerage account. I have a ROTH and SEP IRA that I filled with more ETFs and mutual funds. Maybe I’ll post those later

It’s definitely tech heavy but some of my other ETFs kinda counter that. Some of these are a lesson on what not to do (eg: bought CGC at the peak of the bubble and i’m still down a lot on that). For the most part, I go with the diamond hand approach and just hold shit. I’m not trying to turn around a quick profit.

Symbol Gain/Loss % % of Account
AMZN +153.35% 18.03%
MSFT +159.65% 10.23%
GOOGL +98.3% 10.21%
QCLN +436.41% 5.64%
NET +310.08% 5.09%
AAPL +79.85% 4.35%
ZG +365.17% 3.96%
ZTS +43.1% 3.16%
TMO +81.29% 3.15%
USAC -9.98% 2.17%
MDT +8.57% 1.92%
CRM +51.36% 1.9%
ICLN +157.93% 1.87%
HON +42.67% 1.83%
STOR -20.61% 1.79%
VRTX +95.78% 1.64%
LUKOY +90.79% 1.6%
ABT +81.45% 1.58%
WAMVX +20.24% 1.39%
BRK/B +32.7% 1.37%
USB +36.42% 1.21%
DLHAX +15.88% 1.14%
ADME +33.27% 1.13%
CAT +25.71% 1.08%
NRZ -43.47% 1.08%
ABBV +12.69% 1.06%
WFC +20.97% 1.05%
MRK +26.98% 1.04%
PG +8.18% 0.93%
IPG +43.87% 0.83%
JPM +50.56% 0.78%
RSX +41.4% 0.78%
SBUX +38.81% 0.74%
PCRFY +2.32% 0.7%
DIS +28.11% 0.67%
MCD +15.49% 0.63%
C +33.15% 0.57%
CGC -43.46% 0.47%
OXSQ -37.12% 0.45%
RDS/B -36.38% 0.36%
IBM -34.25% 0.15%
SWRSX +2.42% 0.13%
SUNS -13.88% 0.08%
HRZN +5.12% 0.06%

Comment by yeti_man82 on stocks

Current portfolio (in no particular order):

AAPL, PYPL, SQ, CAT, EA, DKNG, BYND, CRON, CGC NTDOY, DIS, SBUX, NKE, GM, MSFT, ENPH, TSLA.

I also have some crypto (BTC, ETH, and some alts).

I will probably pare down some in the near future and research some ETFs (“next gen” tech, renewables, maybe cannabis). But, this is where I am at right now, and I feel fairly happy with my portfolio. Always looking to streamline and do research.

CL

Comment by MojoMinistry on stocks

I got a lot of stuff.

ONLN PROSHARES TR ONLINE RTL ETF 8.54%
ONEQ FIDELITY NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX ETF 5.14%
IDRV ISHARES TR SELF DRIVNG EV 4.68%
ARKQ ARK ETF TR AUTNMUS TECHNLGY 4.55%
XLY CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY SELECT SECTOR SPDR FUND 4.08%
FBCG FIDELITY BLUE CHIP GROWTH ETF 3.73%
FBCV FIDELITY BLUE CHIP VALUE ETF 3.62%
IAU ISHARES GOLD TRUST ISHARES ISIN #US4642851053 SEDOL B0SF3S5 3.58%
ICLN ISHARES TR GL CLEAN ENE ETF 3.49%
NKE NIKE INC CLASS B COM NPV 2.76%
WM WASTE MANAGEMENT INC 2.69%
NERD LISTED FD TR ROUNDHILL BITK 2.66%
YOLO ADVISORSHARES TR PURE CANNABIS 2.62%
AAPL APPLE INC COM USD0.00001 2.47%
KO COCA-COLA CO 2.42%
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP 2.32%
PENN PENN NATIONAL GAMING INC 2.22%
MJ ETFMG ALTERNATIVE HARVEST ETF 2.18%
QCOM QUALCOMM INC 2.07%
IEMG ISHARES INC CORE MSCI EMERGING MKTS ETF 1.97%
LVMUY LVMH MOET HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON ADR 1.86%
DPZ DOMINO S PIZZA INC 1.81%
GM GENERAL MTRS CO COM 1.75%
LOW LOWES COMPANIES INC COM USD0.50 1.70%
LMT LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP COM USD1.00 1.62%
SCHD SCHWAB US DIVIDEND EQUITY ETF 1.61%
TAP MOLSON COORS BEVERAGE CO CL B 1.51%
SUBZ LISTED FD TR ROUNDHILL STREAM 1.48%
LRLCY L OREAL UNSPON ADR EACH REP 0.2 ORD SHS 1.47%
LZB LA-Z-BOY INC 1.45%
SDC SMILEDIRECTCLUB INC CL A COM 1.44%
ARKK ARK ETF TR INNOVATION ETF 1.43%
HAL HALLIBURTON CO COM USD2.50 1.41%
ITA ISHARES TR US AER DEF ETF 1.40%
EL ESTEE LAUDER COMPANIES INC COM USD0.01 CLASS A 1.38%
HD HOME DEPOT INC 1.36%
CMPR CIMPRESS PLC COM EUR0.01 1.35%
PTON PELOTON INTERACTIVE INC CL A COM 1.34%
WING WINGSTOP INC COM 1.34%
ARKG ARK ETF TR GENOMIC REV ETF 1.02%
MIME MIMECAST LIMITED COM USD0.012 0.63%
PLTR PALANTIR TECHNOLOGIES INC CL A 0.48%
RKT ROCKET COS INC COM CL A 0.48%
WKHS WORKHORSE GROUP INC COM NEW 0.46%
FTOC FTAC OLYMPUS ACQUISITION CORP COM USD0.0001 CL A 0.43%

Comment by atdharris on stocks

December 2020, just my taxable account - retirement accounts are all in index funds.

  • VANGUARD TOTAL STOCK MARKET ETF VTI 31.93%

  • VANGUARD FTSE DEVELOPED MARKETS ETF VEA 8.94%

  • MICROSOFT CORP MSFT 8.26%

  • PINTEREST INC REG SHS CL A PINS 8.13%

  • FACEBOOK INC CLASS A COMMON STOCK 7.33%

  • AMAZON COM INC COM AMZN 6.49%

  • VANGUARD FTSE EMERGING MARKETS ETF VWO 6.34%

  • NETFLIX COM INC NFLX 5.3%

  • ARK INNOVATION ETF ARKK 5.27%

  • APPLE INC AAPL 5.09%

  • PLTR PLANATIR TECHNOLOGIES INC REG SHS CL A PLTR 2.98%

  • Cash 4%

I dumped my bond holdings last quarter and added ARKK And PLTR. Everything else is a long term hold for me aside from Netflix and Pinterest, although I bought Pinterest at their IPO and added ~$15/share. Amazing to see it balloon to over 8% of my portfolio.

Comment by atdharris on stocks

December 2020, just my taxable account - retirement accounts are all in index funds.

  • VANGUARD TOTAL STOCK MARKET ETF VTI 31.93%

  • VANGUARD FTSE DEVELOPED MARKETS ETF VEA 8.94%

  • MICROSOFT CORP MSFT 8.26%

  • PINTEREST INC REG SHS CL A PINS 8.13%

  • FACEBOOK INC CLASS A COMMON STOCK 7.33%

  • AMAZON COM INC COM AMZN 6.49%

  • VANGUARD FTSE EMERGING MARKETS ETF VWO 6.34%

  • NETFLIX COM INC NFLX 5.3%

  • ARK INNOVATION ETF ARKK 5.27%

  • APPLE INC AAPL 5.09%

  • PLTR PLANATIR TECHNOLOGIES INC REG SHS CL A PLTR 2.98%

  • Cash 4%

I dumped my bond holdings last quarter and added ARKK And PLTR. Everything else is a long term hold for me aside from Netflix and Pinterest, although I bought Pinterest at their IPO and added ~$15/share. Amazing to see it balloon to over 8% of my portfolio.

Comment by rifleman209 on stocks

Rate my PF:
14% LMND
12% V
11% BUD
10% CRM
8% MSFT
7% TSLA
7% SPGI
7% ROP
5.5% K
5.5% CL
5% COST
4% SCI
4% HIFS

Comment by rifleman209 on stocks

Rate my PF:
14% LMND
12% V
11% BUD
10% CRM
8% MSFT
7% TSLA
7% SPGI
7% ROP
5.5% K
5.5% CL
5% COST
4% SCI
4% HIFS

CNR

Comment by SmajerBoy25 on stocks

I made this for my dad (I’m 14 lol). My only two positions right now I have is 50/50 in CRSR and NIO for the short term. Any thoughts? Thanks! Numbers are % and I’m in Canada btw.

iShares Core S&P US Total Market Index ETF TSE: XUU

6.5

Vanguard FTSE Canada All Cap Index ETF TSE: VCN

4

Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VSP

10.5

iShares NASDAQ 100 Index ETF (CAD-Hedged) TSE: XQQ

3

BMO Dow Jones Industrial Average Hedged to CAD Idx ETF TSE: ZDJ

1

Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VUS

6

iShares Core S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF TSE: XIC

7

iShares Core MSCI AC World ex Canada Idx ETF TSE: XAW

1.5

Vanguard Conservative ETF Portfolio TSE: VCNS

2.5

iShares Core Balanced ETF TSE: XBAL

6.5

Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio TSE: VGRO

4.5

Vanguard Global Value Factor ETF TSE: VVL

2

iShares Canadian Value Index ETF TSE: XCV

1

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Information Tech Idx ETF TSE: XIT

2.5

TD Global Technology Leaders Index ETF TSE: TEC

5

iShares Self-Driving EV and Tech ETF NYSEARCA: IDRV

2

Ark Innovation ETF NYSEARCA: ARKK

2.5

Apple Inc NASDAQ: AAPL

4

Microsoft Corp. NASDAQ: MSFT

1.5

Alphabet Inc NASDAQ: GOOG

1.5

Nvidia Corp. NASDAQ: NVDA

2.5

Nio Inc NYSE: NIO

2.5GM0.5

Corsair Gaming Inc NASDAQ: CRSR

2

Citi Group Inc NYSE: C

0.5

Etsy Inc NASDAQ: ETSY

0.5

Scotia Bank TSE: BNS

4

Telus TSE: T

2

Berkshire Hathaway NYSE: BRK.B

2

Canadian National Railway TSE: CNR

0.5

iShares Global Clean Energy ETF NASDAQ: ICLN

1.5

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index ETF TSE: XUT

2

BMO Equal Weight Utilities Index ETF TSE: ZUT

0.5

Brookfield Renewable Partners TSE: BEP.UN

4

Comment by SmajerBoy25 on stocks

I made this for my dad (I’m 14 lol). My only two positions right now I have is 50/50 in CRSR and NIO for the short term. Any thoughts? Thanks! Numbers are % and I’m in Canada btw.

iShares Core S&P US Total Market Index ETF TSE: XUU

6.5

Vanguard FTSE Canada All Cap Index ETF TSE: VCN

4

Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VSP

10.5

iShares NASDAQ 100 Index ETF (CAD-Hedged) TSE: XQQ

3

BMO Dow Jones Industrial Average Hedged to CAD Idx ETF TSE: ZDJ

1

Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VUS

6

iShares Core S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF TSE: XIC

7

iShares Core MSCI AC World ex Canada Idx ETF TSE: XAW

1.5

Vanguard Conservative ETF Portfolio TSE: VCNS

2.5

iShares Core Balanced ETF TSE: XBAL

6.5

Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio TSE: VGRO

4.5

Vanguard Global Value Factor ETF TSE: VVL

2

iShares Canadian Value Index ETF TSE: XCV

1

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Information Tech Idx ETF TSE: XIT

2.5

TD Global Technology Leaders Index ETF TSE: TEC

5

iShares Self-Driving EV and Tech ETF NYSEARCA: IDRV

2

Ark Innovation ETF NYSEARCA: ARKK

2.5

Apple Inc NASDAQ: AAPL

4

Microsoft Corp. NASDAQ: MSFT

1.5

Alphabet Inc NASDAQ: GOOG

1.5

Nvidia Corp. NASDAQ: NVDA

2.5

Nio Inc NYSE: NIO

2.5GM0.5

Corsair Gaming Inc NASDAQ: CRSR

2

Citi Group Inc NYSE: C

0.5

Etsy Inc NASDAQ: ETSY

0.5

Scotia Bank TSE: BNS

4

Telus TSE: T

2

Berkshire Hathaway NYSE: BRK.B

2

Canadian National Railway TSE: CNR

0.5

iShares Global Clean Energy ETF NASDAQ: ICLN

1.5

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index ETF TSE: XUT

2

BMO Equal Weight Utilities Index ETF TSE: ZUT

0.5

Brookfield Renewable Partners TSE: BEP.UN

4

Comment by goldensn1per3 on stocks

College investor looking for mix of growth and stability. Willing to take small risks. Portfolio includes:

CSCO (106 shares), MSFT (25), CNR (25), CARR (34), CAE (35), BPY (83), ENB (102), TRP (86), GLW (90), NIO (27), CNQ (100), PLTR (60), SNC (50)

Will be selling out of SNC and CNQ soon to redistribute across existing shares. Suggestions on new stocks to buy or which existing shares I should buy more of?

Comment by DreyfussHudson on wallstreetbets

Buying the dip so I can load my plate with tendies at the Golden Warren Corral Buffet !!! We’re taking trains to mars! All aboard CSX EJPRY CNR CJPRY NSC WJRYY

Comment by goldensn1per3 on stocks

College investor looking for mix of growth and stability. Willing to take small risks. Portfolio includes:

CSCO (106 shares), MSFT (25), CNR (25), CARR (34), CAE (35), BPY (83), ENB (102), TRP (86), GLW (90), NIO (27), CNQ (100), PLTR (60), SNC (50)

Will be selling out of SNC and CNQ soon to redistribute across existing shares. Suggestions on new stocks to buy or which existing shares I should buy more of?

COST

Comment by Adminmind on stocks

LT holder, hope I won’t be screwed up :) Appreciate any inputs that can help me relocate the portfolio

[ETF]

VTI 24%, ARKG 15%, ARKK 10%, VXUS 9%, ICLN 4%

[major stocks]

ADBE 8%, NVDA 6%, MSFT 5%, DIS 3%, ABNB 3%, YETI 3%

[small holdings]

PLTR 2%, COST 2%, AAPL 2%, APPS 1%, QCOM 1%, TSM 1%, SNE 1%

[Edit] fixed typos in ticker

Comment by rifleman209 on stocks

Rate my PF:
14% LMND
12% V
11% BUD
10% CRM
8% MSFT
7% TSLA
7% SPGI
7% ROP
5.5% K
5.5% CL
5% COST
4% SCI
4% HIFS

Comment by thebeanercalva on stocks

Any comments or recommendations on my portfolio would be greatly appreciated: 10 shares of VOO (Vanguard S&P ETF) 20 shares of NET (Cloudflare) 72 shares of CCL (Carnival) 50 shares of PLTR (Palantir) 100 shares of GE (General Electric) 100 shares of F (Ford) $1007 in cash

My only recent change was selling 10 shares of COST (Costco) and 16 shares of SWPPX (Schwab S&P Index Fund) to buy VOO and PLTR at $27 a share

Comment by thebeanercalva on stocks

Any comments or recommendations on my portfolio would be greatly appreciated: 10 shares of VOO (Vanguard S&P ETF) 20 shares of NET (Cloudflare) 72 shares of CCL (Carnival) 50 shares of PLTR (Palantir) 100 shares of GE (General Electric) 100 shares of F (Ford) $1007 in cash

My only recent change was selling 10 shares of COST (Costco) and 16 shares of SWPPX (Schwab S&P Index Fund) to buy VOO and PLTR at $27 a share

Comment by imapeen on stocks

40% COST -bought near top :( 33% BABA - also bought near top :(

hype ETFs I use to hold cash 9% FAN 9% ICLN

Regarding COST and BABA- I wanted long positions but the opportunity cost of holding them has been hurting recently. I want to get into options and free up more cash from those expensive shares. Anybody have good DD on COST and/or BABA? I have heard conflicting things as to “when” they might see new ath (yes I know I might be dumb for buying near the top)

CRM

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started in December. Thought it wasn’t a good time to enter, but I already made a 5% gain. Probably a beginner’s luck + bull market continuing with the new administration. Rate my portfolio (sidenote: can’t buy fractional shares so quite unbalanced)

  • AMZN 36.5% (+2.65%)
  • GOOGL 21% (+9.33%)
  • TSLA 18.8% (+14.45%)
  • DIS 3.8% (-0.27%)
  • AAPL 3.1% (+4.97%)
  • FB 3% (+2.81%)
  • MSFT 2.5% (+2.80%)
  • CRM 2.5% (-0.25%)
  • V 2.2% (-5.63%)
  • JNJ 1.8% (+6.37%)
  • PEP 1.5% (-5.08%)
  • PG 1.4% (-5.28%)
  • ABT 1.3% (+2.07%)
  • KO 0.5% (-2.53%)

Comment by moza13 on stocks

Just started in May this year, so it is a relatively small portfolio:

  • 9% - JPM
  • 5% - C
  • 3% BAC
  • 15% -MSFT
  • 27% - NET
  • 6% - PFE
  • 7% - AMD
  • 9% - AAPL
  • 6% - SNE
  • 6% - ATVI
  • 7% SBUX

I would like to invest more in growth stocks coming up, probably adding $200-$400/month depending on life. I also was considering investing in SQ, Walmart, TSLA, and CRM next.

Comment by rifleman209 on stocks

Rate my PF:
14% LMND
12% V
11% BUD
10% CRM
8% MSFT
7% TSLA
7% SPGI
7% ROP
5.5% K
5.5% CL
5% COST
4% SCI
4% HIFS

Comment by loves_to_spoon on stocks

https://imgur.com/ALCN5Em

BABA fucked me too. Trimmed some big winners like ALB. Looking to buy more CRM and to build my cash position.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

CRSR

Comment by Suomi964 on wallstreetbets

Is there a point to even buying CRSR calls fuck they’re expensive

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by x_is_for_box on wallstreetbets

Let’s try this again… AMD , CRSR and PLTR 🚀🚀🚀. Goodnight gents see you on the moon tomorrow

Comment by DepressedAlcoholics on wallstreetbets

Biggest regret has to be not selling CRSR at $49, $47 and only selling half at $42. Yikes…

Comment by sonofalando on wallstreetbets

If we crash I’ll suck cock for CRSR calls

CRWD

Comment by ProfessionalSpirit84 on stocks

Have about 12K in my Brokerage and 12K in my Roth IRA. 23 year old grad student beginning my full time job in August. Looking for feedback on both my brokerage where I want to have aggressive growth and my Roth which will be blue-chip primarily. Any suggestions for either account?

Brokerage:

SQ 11% FVRR 10% ABNB 8% SE 10.5% MELI 10% TSM 9.8% PINS 10% DKNG 8.5% ARKK 6.5% ARKG 7% TAN 8.4%

Roth:

MSFT 18% NVDA 14% AAPL 18% DIS 17% PYPL 16% WMT 17%

Beyond this have a couple of grand in crypto as well spread out over the main two coins.

I’m looking at swapping out one of my ROTH positions for ICLN or PBW. I’ve also been looking at KTOS, CRWD but not really firm on any of these yet.

Comment by djw_7575 on stocks

50% INRG - long-term

4% TSLA - long-term

5% AMD - long-term

4% ABNB - long-term

10% CSPX - long-term

4% CRWD - mid/long-term

5% APHA - mid-term

8% NET - long-term

7% GME - short/mid-term

3% KWS - mid-term

Only got £1500 initially. Mostly thinking of ETFs (can’t get ARKG in the UK) so I don’t have to check it too much. Any changes I should make?

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

Comment by djw_7575 on stocks

50% INRG - long-term

4% TSLA - long-term

5% AMD - long-term

4% ABNB - long-term

10% CSPX - long-term

4% CRWD - mid/long-term

5% APHA - mid-term

8% NET - long-term

7% GME - short/mid-term

3% KWS - mid-term

Only got £1500 initially. Mostly thinking of ETFs (can’t get ARKG in the UK) so I don’t have to check it too much. Any changes I should make?

CSCO

Comment by HeyImLuca on SecurityAnalysis

Was looking at CSCO recently and I see a strong balance sheet and good margins, they had a bump in the road in 2018 as they repatriated some funds and they paid a lot in taxes apparently… it seems fairly valued but the growth rate can really make a difference. I read about some comments from yacktman fund about the change in the company business to something more predictable. Is anyone looking at it? Are they a lead player in the 5G industry?

Comment by HeyImLuca on SecurityAnalysis

Was looking at CSCO recently and I see a strong balance sheet and good margins, they had a bump in the road in 2018 as they repatriated some funds and they paid a lot in taxes apparently… it seems fairly valued but the growth rate can really make a difference. I read about some comments from yacktman fund about the change in the company business to something more predictable. Is anyone looking at it? Are they a lead player in the 5G industry?

Comment by mooseknuckle75 on stocks

45 yo with wife and 2 kids. 12/07/20, Taxable account, ~685k. 401k and 529 for kids are in index funds.

  • TTD 16%
  • SHOP 16%
  • NVDA 8%
  • AAPL 8%
  • NFLX 8%
  • AMD 7%
  • PLTR 5%
  • HASI 3%
  • DIS 3%
  • CSCO 3%
  • BX 3%
  • EA 3%
  • ABBV 3%
  • Remaining 15% is combo of REITs, Auto, Energy, Mutual Funds, etc.

I’m obviously overweight in tech but I’ve also held all of these positions (except PLTR) for over 3 years so my top holdings are also my top performers. I’ve been hesitant to sell anything due to the tax bill but open to suggestions.

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by mooseknuckle75 on stocks

45 yo with wife and 2 kids. 12/07/20, Taxable account, ~685k. 401k and 529 for kids are in index funds.

  • TTD 16%
  • SHOP 16%
  • NVDA 8%
  • AAPL 8%
  • NFLX 8%
  • AMD 7%
  • PLTR 5%
  • HASI 3%
  • DIS 3%
  • CSCO 3%
  • BX 3%
  • EA 3%
  • ABBV 3%
  • Remaining 15% is combo of REITs, Auto, Energy, Mutual Funds, etc.

I’m obviously overweight in tech but I’ve also held all of these positions (except PLTR) for over 3 years so my top holdings are also my top performers. I’ve been hesitant to sell anything due to the tax bill but open to suggestions.

CSIQ

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

Comment by commentingrobot on wallstreetbets

If you’re even thinking about selling or buying puts, repeat after me: JPow speaking on Wednesday. Stimmy checks happening soon. Printer going brrr, this pullback is healthy and a buying opportunity.

Even if the Michael Burry FUD is giving you a hemmroid, remember - he’s talking inflation. Stonks are good to have in an inflationary scenario, especially value stocks like a LUMN. I like CSIQ for growth and value, got pummeled today along with all solar so it’s a good time to buy.

Comment by CordedOrphan on stocks

Hey everyone! Pretty new to all this

Went in 45% ETFs, 45% individual stocks, and 10% bonds

The stocks are 35% CSIQ, 15% MSFT, 28% HUN, 22% CURLF

ETFs are Vanguard real estate and consumer discretionary. 10% of total in BND for safety.

Any feedback would be a huge help. Still trying to figure all this out. Took a beating on CSIQ recently but feel good about the company so not planning to sell.

Thanks!

Comment by Legodude293 on investing

Man SPWR and CSIQ look absolutely fantastic at these prices. I mean 13 p/e on both of them and both have growth forecasts far outpacing the market average. I think the earnings catching up as well as a small correction brought these stocks to super attractive levels. What do you guys think?

CTRM

Comment by Kayl1229 on pennystocks

Is CTRM still a good investment?

Comment by BacklogBeast on pennystocks

Have had CTRM and ASRT for a while. Been pretty good To me.

Comment by TheRynoceros on pennystocks

I like CTRM and CTRX & ESGC were already on my radar. I’ll definitely see what I can dig up on OBSV and ASRT. Good stuff.

Comment by bro55man on pennystocks

wow! I’m in CTRM already but I need to check the others out. Thx![gif](emote free_emotes_pack money_face)

CTXR

Comment by crumpetswithcum on pennystocks

ARRRRGGGGG I’ve been watching CTXR like a hawk and the moment it dips to 1.70 I was physically unable to be there to buy FUUUUUAAAAARRRRRKKKKK

Comment by DustinGoesWild on pennystocks

I’m going in for more CTXR but I’m honestly expecting stocks to drop even more when we open in 5 mins. Just gotta be patient and buy low so I can average down.

Comment by Smartch on pennystocks

big noob question: does it make sense to average up your position during a dip? I’m in the green as I bought at 1.58, I am tented to invest more as I received my salary today and the price target of CTXR is still 8.

Comment by throwawayseventy8 on stocks

30% CTXR @ 1.5

30% AAL @ 17.25

30% CRSR @ 38

10% Cash

DAL

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

DCF

Comment by LiamShreds on SecurityAnalysis

Currently trying to do a DCF analysis for the first time on Ahold Delhaize.

I have found that Ahold Delhaize has increased its FCF by an average of 9.28% from 2007 to 2019. As of 2019 they had 1.843 million euros free cash flow. Divided amongst 1.088 million shares that gives 1.694 euros of FCF per share.

Assuming Ahold Delhaize will keep increasing its FCF with 9% a year and assuming I would otherwise put the money in vwrl which is expected to return ~7% every year, I calculated the DCF.

When assuming I will hold ahold delhaize for 5 years, I came out at a DCF value of 8.955 euros.

Since the share is going for around 22 euros. The net present value -13.045, and thus the investment is not worth it if I were to keep it for 5 years.

Couple of questions, am I right for discounting my investment in ahold delhaize with the return of where I personally would put my money elsewhere? I currently haven’t got enough free time to compare a lot of different stocks with eachother and so I check a stock about once every two weeks, I put in money in my portfolio every month and if I haven’t found anything I will put it in vwrl.

Ahold Delhaize is planning to buy back shares, should I account for this by multiplying the FCF with old_qty / new_qty?

Is it safe to assume that DCF is a good way of calculating the actual value of the investment? What if the majority of people are ignoring the FCF in valuating Ahold Delhaize and I’m missing out on the actual thing people value it by? I’m not talking about that the FCF isn’t growing at the magnitude you predicted it to grow at. I’m talking about what if people are holding Ahold Delhaize for their real estate, or purely for their dividends?

Is it possible to take into account for the fact that right now I would be paying 22 euros for 1.694 euros of their free cash flow and should I take it into account? Say I’m right now paying 13x the price of the FCF, can/should I assume that I will sell for 13x the FCF of the future?

EDIT: Am I right for ignoring 2020 annual data in my analysis because it has been a crazy year?

Comment by LiamShreds on SecurityAnalysis

Currently trying to do a DCF analysis for the first time on Ahold Delhaize.

I have found that Ahold Delhaize has increased its FCF by an average of 9.28% from 2007 to 2019. As of 2019 they had 1.843 million euros free cash flow. Divided amongst 1.088 million shares that gives 1.694 euros of FCF per share.

Assuming Ahold Delhaize will keep increasing its FCF with 9% a year and assuming I would otherwise put the money in vwrl which is expected to return ~7% every year, I calculated the DCF.

When assuming I will hold ahold delhaize for 5 years, I came out at a DCF value of 8.955 euros.

Since the share is going for around 22 euros. The net present value -13.045, and thus the investment is not worth it if I were to keep it for 5 years.

Couple of questions, am I right for discounting my investment in ahold delhaize with the return of where I personally would put my money elsewhere? I currently haven’t got enough free time to compare a lot of different stocks with eachother and so I check a stock about once every two weeks, I put in money in my portfolio every month and if I haven’t found anything I will put it in vwrl.

Ahold Delhaize is planning to buy back shares, should I account for this by multiplying the FCF with old_qty / new_qty?

Is it safe to assume that DCF is a good way of calculating the actual value of the investment? What if the majority of people are ignoring the FCF in valuating Ahold Delhaize and I’m missing out on the actual thing people value it by? I’m not talking about that the FCF isn’t growing at the magnitude you predicted it to grow at. I’m talking about what if people are holding Ahold Delhaize for their real estate, or purely for their dividends?

Is it possible to take into account for the fact that right now I would be paying 22 euros for 1.694 euros of their free cash flow and should I take it into account? Say I’m right now paying 13x the price of the FCF, can/should I assume that I will sell for 13x the FCF of the future?

EDIT: Am I right for ignoring 2020 annual data in my analysis because it has been a crazy year?

Comment by fantasticmrfoxx9 on SecurityAnalysis

Question from a beginner: on low-interest rate effects on recent high valuations, can price inflation be partially attributed to the fact that the risk free rate is lower and thus increases future cashflows in DCF analysis across the industry (in that future cashflows will be calculated to be higher, thus increasing present price). Does this calculation effect have any real impact?

Comment by fantasticmrfoxx9 on SecurityAnalysis

Question from a beginner: on low-interest rate effects on recent high valuations, can price inflation be partially attributed to the fact that the risk free rate is lower and thus increases future cashflows in DCF analysis across the industry (in that future cashflows will be calculated to be higher, thus increasing present price). Does this calculation effect have any real impact?

Comment by Ocean_Sushi on SecurityAnalysis

How do you all estimate growth rates? I feel like it’s the most nebulous part of the DCF model. Do you rely on industry guesses and if so what resources can I use to find them? Do you bring down the growth rate after year ~5 to approximate GDP or just go with your gut? Thanks

DD

Comment by ragemydream on stocks

Apart from people saying that their friend, daughters, sons play this has anyone done any DD on Roblox? I didn’t see a single comment on it.

Comment by SnowSnooz on UraniumSqueeze

They should lock themselves in their basement this weekend and do their DD pronto!

Comment by DJ-Mercy on stocks

APPN 63% XLNX 40% NET 34% SPWR 33% MXIM 30% FORM 28% NCR 24% TRMB 24% IIVI 23% AMAT 22% HPQ 22% CREE 20% ARW 17% SSNC 17% DIOD 13% TER 13% NOVA 12% 10 stocks between 0-12% DOCU -2% CDNS-4%

This is an an actively managed mid cap tech portfolio using a strategy based around breakouts and riding trends. This portfolio is up 23% since its opening in the beginning of September and max DD has been 4%

Comment by HatLover91 on stocks

Good to add to the DD checklist.

Comment by the-great-below on pennystocks

Good DD and this does look promising. I’d probably wait till it comes off this little spike though, volume is suggesting a likely drop soon.

Snagged some ASRT, SING and MCET on their recent low after a similar spike.

DEX

Comment by Vladn00ne on CryptoCurrency

Literally, every time it’s Tuesday something huge happens.

And today a dip just happened. Looking into XSN, a coin that has yet to pump. For it’s building the first instantly tradeable DEX in the world. Meaning you can trade BTC plus ETH instantly (will feel like trading on Binance).

Comment by DetroitMotorShow on CryptoCurrency

What alts are you guys buying in the dip?

Im trying to add to LUNA bags, it was flying before BTC shat its pands, and hasnt dipped but infact has gone up 10% vs BTC since yesterday, And also trying to buy a bunch of SOLANA projects. Both are building institutional grade trading decentralised systems and bullish on Sol/Raydium - the first DEX with full decentralised order book/limit orders just released yesterday and is seeing a lot of trading right now - the fees are lower than pennies, and it can do over 80k txn/sec, thats around the same as VISA.

Comment by DetroitMotorShow on CryptoCurrency

What alts are you guys buying in the dip?

Im trying to add to LUNA bags, it was flying before BTC shat its pands, and hasnt dipped but infact has gone up 10% vs BTC since yesterday, And also trying to buy a bunch of SOLANA projects. Both are building institutional grade trading decentralised systems and bullish on Sol/Raydium - the first DEX with full decentralised order book/limit orders just released yesterday and is seeing a lot of trading right now - the fees are lower than pennies, and it can do over 80k txn/sec, thats around the same as VISA.

Comment by ethereumflow on CryptoCurrency

If you’re staking IRIS you can vote for their mainnet upgrade now. Iris Hub will be the second Cosmos chain to upgrade to IBC support. Big upgrades coming as they introduce a DEX and DeFi to their platform after IBC.

https://link.medium.com/fnfU9DWg6db

Comment by ethereumflow on CryptoCurrency

If you’re staking IRIS you can vote for their mainnet upgrade now. Iris Hub will be the second Cosmos chain to upgrade to IBC support. Big upgrades coming as they introduce a DEX and DeFi to their platform after IBC.

https://link.medium.com/fnfU9DWg6db

DFS

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by UraniumDude on UraniumSqueeze

Bannerman is my favourite, DFS done for 7.2 million lbs/year in Namibia, ceo Brandon Munro is top shelf management. Huge leveraged developer.

Comment by UraniumDude on UraniumSqueeze

Bannerman is my favourite, DFS done for 7.2 million lbs/year in Namibia, ceo Brandon Munro is top shelf management. Huge leveraged developer.

Comment by Terminator-2029 on UraniumSqueeze

DYL has just commenced DFS for Tumas Uranium mine!!! https://www.reddit.com/r/UraniumSqueeze/comments/leyn4d/dyl_advanced_uranium_explorer/

Comment by Terminator-2029 on UraniumSqueeze

DYL has just commenced DFS for Tumas Uranium mine!!! https://www.reddit.com/r/UraniumSqueeze/comments/leyn4d/dyl_advanced_uranium_explorer/

DIS

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by yeti_man82 on stocks

CAT and DIS were fighters for me today. Any other infrastructure or reopening stocks y’all like for the year? Think NKE will get a boost from stimulus/reopening in the coming months?

Comment by WadsworthDidIt3 on wallstreetbets

JPM and DIS killing it still so…. $$$

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

DKNG

Comment by Bunch_Round on stocks

Please rate my portfolio - My goal is to aim for 20-30% growth per year for the next 15-20 years.

ETFs

INRG = 28.88%

Baillie Gifford American = 28.29%

Funds

Renewable Energy - FCell = 7%, PLUG = 6.6%, BEEM = 3.3%,

Electric Vehicles - Xpev = 4.6%, Qantumscape = 4%, LiAuto = 4.7%

Other - DKNG = 3.4%, AWK = 5.2%, Fiverr = 1%

I am planning to consolodate some of my smaller holdings into the ETFs so I have a 70/30 split. The Baillie Gifford American ETF is quite varied but besides that the majority of my positions are in renewable energy and electric vechicles so I am considering accumilating AMD shares and possibly NVIDIA to diversify more into tech moving forwards.
What do you think?

Thanks in advance!

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by JerzeyDevilz on stocks

Roth IRA, 27y/o

AMZN 30%

AAPL 8%

MSFT 7%

GOOG 5%

MMM 5%

BUD 3.5%

V 3.5%

DIS 2.5%

XOM 2%

UPS 2%

BA 2%

TSLA 2%

AXP 2%

ETFs (ITA, VOO, VOOG, BETZ, IPAY, QQQ, JETS, CIBR, IDRV, MJ) totaling 12%

I know AMZN is weighted extremely heavy. I plan to only increase it since my brokerage (Vanguard) doesn’t offer fractional shares. Eventually, barring a split, my annual contributions may not even be able to purchase a share of Amazon is my logic.

I have a Robinhood account that is redundant on some of these stocks. I do not hold Amazon there. Disney is my largest holding there around 6%. That portfolio also has more growth based stocks at good entries like DKNG ($10), NIO ($2), UBER ($25), PLTR ($10), BABA ($160), TCHEY ($50), RUN ($14) and SPACs

Comment by JDjacket on wallstreetbets

yo jpow can you announce the fed is starting a new program to buy gambling stocks to get in on the casino? My DKNG earnings play would greatly appreciate it.

Comment by Lmstewar on stocks

Thoughts on this? I’m definitely heavy tech. Besides buying PTON, DKNG and PLTR in October this has pretty much been my portfolio since last year. This is my personal account, 401k is in S&P500 and Roth in VIX. I want to buy some XOM.

20 AAPL 15 CHGG 10 CHWY 10 FSLY 10 NET 19 LUV 6 PTON 19 PLTR 10 SE 10 DKNG

DM

Comment by RoseCuervo on stocks

If anyone wants their stocks to go up just DM me and I’ll buy put options.

Comment by Cheap_Confidence_657 on wallstreetbets

I know of some that could use it. Half way house for guys transitioning from a rough time back into stable jobs and routines. DM me if you want some info. It is as legit as it gets.

Comment by To_Circumvent on wallstreetbets

If Gamestop gets back to $400 at any point in time, I’ll get a Highval Deepazaki tattoo on my left calf.

I’ll withdraw 2 shares to get a tattoo artist (with GME shares in the bag) to tattoo an homage to you retards on the back of my left calf. It will be stylized like a poster for a Hiyao Miyazaki movie.

From visionary director DFV comes a story to warm your hearth and pluck at your heartstrings, coming this summer to a web browser near you:

Kitty’s Mooning Crasshole, 💎 👐 Battle with the 🌈 🐻

If any of you are tattoo artists in the Denver area, DM me if this sounds fun.

Comment by daveenmc on pennystocks

It’s red ! panic sell !! you’ve already lost money so send the rest to me for safe keeping !!! DM for Cashapp

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

DNN

Comment by clueless_coder888 on UraniumSqueeze

yeah option open interest in DNN shot up dramatically, wondering who bought, definitely not the wsb crowd since it has not been talked about there, and this subreddit is still too small

Comment by younglordphantomhive on UraniumSqueeze

jumped into DNN and UUUU this morning after finding this sub.

along for the ride friends

Comment by SimplyDown on UraniumSqueeze

Loaded up this morning. $58K of DNN @ .97. Honestly feels like I robbed someone. Hope I still feel that way at EOD!

Comment by not_keen on UraniumSqueeze

what did everyone buy into DNN at? also any info on what I should be looking out for any notable events/news I should be looking out for?

Comment by Gluy74 on UraniumSqueeze

Does anybody know when call option on DNN will extend beyond July 2021? It is hard to take a longer term call on this stock.

DOW

Comment by ozpcmr on stocks

Ah crap I got bull trapped 15 minutes ago.

Anyway, does anyone else think this sell off is quite…gentle? The VIX is still below where it opened, and the S&P and DOW are still above their opens…

Comment by FinntheHue on pennystocks

Correction week last week, then news today that the DOW was down last week drops it further down today.

It’ll bounce back itself but this is why weekly/monthlies are inherently risky.

I saw today that stimmy will be ready in about 3 weeks. If you don’t have anything expiring before that I wouldn’t stress it and just hold.

This is not financial advice I am a cat.

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

Comment by 3my0 on wallstreetbets

Time to break out the DOW 25,000 hat again?

Comment by friboy on wallstreetbets

Guys, in all seriousness protect your shit these next few days, the DOW dropped 200 points, rates going up, the boomers are scared. Just wait with a little cash ready to buy, buy, buy those bottoms!

EA

Comment by -SPM- on stocks

I’m personally gonna pass on it for now due to various reasons:

Loot box mechanics: A good chunk of games on Roblox are full of loot box mechanics. The biggest game on Roblox is called Adopt me, which is supposed to be kind of like a sims game, but this game offers various loot boxes in the shape of eggs or presents. EA was absolutely ripped apart for their card packs in their sports games, so it’s only a matter of time til Roblox suffers the same.

Too much copyrighted content: there are a lot of games that rip off other popular games such as Minecraft, among us, Csgo, fortnite, Pokémon, etc… The games are user created but Roblox doesn’t seem to regulate their catalog. I have seen some Pokémon style games taken down due to copyright but they keep coming back. Eventually this could result in a lawsuit for Robloxs failure to continue to allow such content

Sex games: This is also the result of a unregulated catalog. There are games where users can have in game sex, yes you read that correctly search it up if you don’t believe me. These games can be reported and are often taken down, but new ones quickly take their place.

Child predators: Roblox has censored their in game chat and blocked certain words all together such as discord, but despite this some kids are still led to other sites. Of course Roblox isn’t alone in this problem, but Roblox’s user base in particular, seems to have a large number of young kids.

Common server crashes: When the big user created games receive big updates, this usually leads to Roblox servers going down. Sometimes this can be for hours.

Comment by -SPM- on stocks

I’m personally gonna pass on it for now due to various reasons:

Loot box mechanics: A good chunk of games on Roblox are full of loot box mechanics. The biggest game on Roblox is called Adopt me, which is supposed to be kind of like a sims game, but this game offers various loot boxes in the shape of eggs or presents. EA was absolutely ripped apart for their card packs in their sports games, so it’s only a matter of time til Roblox suffers the same.

Too much copyrighted content: there are a lot of games that rip off other popular games such as Minecraft, among us, Csgo, fortnite, Pokémon, etc… The games are user created but Roblox doesn’t seem to regulate their catalog. I have seen some Pokémon style games taken down due to copyright but they keep coming back. Eventually this could result in a lawsuit for Robloxs failure to continue to allow such content

Sex games: This is also the result of a unregulated catalog. There are games where users can have in game sex, yes you read that correctly search it up if you don’t believe me. These games can be reported and are often taken down, but new ones quickly take their place.

Child predators: Roblox has censored their in game chat and blocked certain words all together such as discord, but despite this some kids are still led to other sites. Of course Roblox isn’t alone in this problem, but Roblox’s user base in particular, seems to have a large number of young kids.

Common server crashes: When the big user created games receive big updates, this usually leads to Roblox servers going down. Sometimes this can be for hours.

Comment by WillyBoynka on investing

Roblox looks like a great company but with the current valuation of $30 billion, and a high likelihood that the price per share will spike instantly once the gates open, I doubt that there will be profits for most people to be made the first day. It will likely go up by the double digits the first second and turn most people off IMO.

EA at $40 billion, Nintendo at $75 billion, Activision Blizard at $74 billion, and Sony at $137 billion. I can’t see them surpassing Sony but the other companies should be possible.

They will probably face some regulation problems sometimes in the future. The way EA had problems with the EU about loot boxes in FIFA. You have to wonder how ethical/sustainable it is to have a business model based on ripping off children, in a time were does things have an ever increased focus.

Comment by mooseknuckle75 on stocks

45 yo with wife and 2 kids. 12/07/20, Taxable account, ~685k. 401k and 529 for kids are in index funds.

  • TTD 16%
  • SHOP 16%
  • NVDA 8%
  • AAPL 8%
  • NFLX 8%
  • AMD 7%
  • PLTR 5%
  • HASI 3%
  • DIS 3%
  • CSCO 3%
  • BX 3%
  • EA 3%
  • ABBV 3%
  • Remaining 15% is combo of REITs, Auto, Energy, Mutual Funds, etc.

I’m obviously overweight in tech but I’ve also held all of these positions (except PLTR) for over 3 years so my top holdings are also my top performers. I’ve been hesitant to sell anything due to the tax bill but open to suggestions.

Comment by mooseknuckle75 on stocks

45 yo with wife and 2 kids. 12/07/20, Taxable account, ~685k. 401k and 529 for kids are in index funds.

  • TTD 16%
  • SHOP 16%
  • NVDA 8%
  • AAPL 8%
  • NFLX 8%
  • AMD 7%
  • PLTR 5%
  • HASI 3%
  • DIS 3%
  • CSCO 3%
  • BX 3%
  • EA 3%
  • ABBV 3%
  • Remaining 15% is combo of REITs, Auto, Energy, Mutual Funds, etc.

I’m obviously overweight in tech but I’ve also held all of these positions (except PLTR) for over 3 years so my top holdings are also my top performers. I’ve been hesitant to sell anything due to the tax bill but open to suggestions.

EAT

Comment by Pokemaniaks on wallstreetbets

I CAME HERE TO MAKE GAINS AND EAT ASS.

Looks like I’m all out of gains boys…

Comment by sophless on wallstreetbets

I was watching spongebob this morning and as the theme song started all I could hear was a horde of retards screaming:

ARE YA READY CHIMPS?!

AYE AYE CAPTAIN

I CAN’T HEAR YOUUUUU

AYE AYE CAPTAIN

HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLDDD

Who lives in delusion that we’ll win GME?

r/WALLSTREETBETS

Who’d happily simp for King DFV?

r/WALLSTREETBETS

Who makes Robinhood look like a little bitch?

r/WALLSTREETBETS

Who’s hoping for tendies but would still EAT THE RICH?!

r/WALLSTREETBETS

r/WALLSTREETBETS

r/WALLSTREETBETS

r/WALLSTREETBETS

(HOORAY!!)

Comment by fantasmicrorganism on wallstreetbets

YOU EAT MY DONGUS YOU STICKY FUCKING NERD

Comment by charleskingprod on wallstreetbets

Is it boxing day cause GME IS ON SALES BABY I WONT EAT FOR THE NEXT FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEK!!!

except crayons

Comment by Hmm_would_bang on wallstreetbets

MR JPOW, IF THE MOON WAS MADE OF CHEESE… WOULD YOU EAT IT?

ENPH

Comment by tpro8 on investing

I would buy a dip if I believe the company is still good and sell off is mostly temporary. My main goal in “buying the dip” is to average my price down. Usually markets overreact on the way up and down. You want to try to identify the overreaction down. How do I know if it is just a dip or rather permanent move down? I don’t , if my thesis why I invested in this company didn’t change and no bad news for that particular company I would probably buy when price goes 10%-15% down for established companies and 20%-25% for growth companies. Today I am watching ENPH again. Consolidating (or stagnating depending on your assessment) for the last month or so and down to 175 from 220. Seems like a good dip to me as long as under 180

Comment by Kemba4Heisman on stocks

How does this work?

These forecasts are produced by machine learning models trained on past closing price data. Essentially the models try to learn the underlying dynamics of the closing price and then project future closing price based on that. They are by definition not sensitive to any company fundamentals or macroeconomic conditions. To limit the effects of this limitation, I am only showing short-term price forecasts (2 weeks).

What you see below are the median forecasts projected by the model. In backtesting (evaluating forecasts against historical data), these forecasts missed the mark by an average of about 8\%, with forecasts for larger companies being somewhat more accurate (closer to 5\%). This is not investment advice. I currently hold no positions in any of the stocks described in this article. I view these forecasts as a stock screener that essentially does sophisticated technical analysis on hundreds of companies.

Top projected risers

I am pretty skeptical of the magnitude of the projected increase for all of these. I’ll talk about each of them here:

  1. ENPH (Enphase Energy Inc): 30.90 \% projected 14-day return. This one seems particularly interesting. Enphase Energy is a solar energy company. The price has completely tanked in the last few days and I’m not totally sure why. My best guess is that the republican attack on renewable energy in the wake of the texas energy fiasco is driving the price down a bit.
  2. ANET (Arista Networks Incorporated): 22.42\% projected 14-day return. ANET is a cloud computing company that sells cloud networking services worldwide. I am guessing the reason ANET is showing up here is because of the huge dip in price they saw today - looks like the machine learning algorithm expects them to continue on the trend they were on before the dip.
  3. OXY (Occidental Petroleum corp): 20.16\% projected return - this model loves these guys, so do technical analysts. Fundamentals are much less rosy. Also fuck oil companies.
  4. WYNN (WYNN resorts LTD): 26.73\% projected return - another one where my model and technical analysts disagree with the more fundamental folks. I’m a little skeptical about this one.
  5. VLO (Valero Energy Corp): 20.50\% projected returns - same story as OXY really. oil company that neural nets love and analysts hate and also that I hate. (again this is not investment advice, I hate oil companies because they are morally bankrupt and responsible for the ransacking of the planet and impending climate crisis). All my homies hate VLO.

Also, yes they are not ordered by descending order of return. Yes it bothers me too and no I will not do anything about it.

Top projected fallers

Here you can see the top projected fallers.

I won’t go into these in as much detail but they are TWTR (Twitter), DISH (Dish Network), ILMN (Illumnia Inc), HST (Host Hotels and Resort Inc), COP (Conocophilips). Most of these companies have experienced huge price hikes in the last few weeks and it looks like my model is projecting a return to baseline for all of them. For those of you into options trading - it looks like I may have found a way to make money while also sticking it to those rat bastards in the oil industry (COP). Again, this is not investment advice, I just hate oil. I don’t even use it for cooking. My food is disgusting but at least I can sleep at night.

This was a super fun exercise! planning to post these somewhat regularly, particularly if people are interested!

Comment by UnicornAndFairies on stocks

End of the year critique:

Brokerage:

DKNG - 3

PLTR - 75

NIO - 38

NOVA - 15

NET - 13

AMD - 21

TEAM - 3

DIS - 5

WMT - 4

MSFT - 5

ENPH - 1

LOGI - 2

WM - 3.02

AAPL - 15.03

CEI - 15 (GAMBLING… Goes up and down constantly, so when it’s in the .80s-.90s, I buy.. then when it hits in the $1.06-1.40 range I sell. kinda easy money

I just sold TSLA made profit so I sold and got more apple, ENPH and LOGI shares

ROTH IRA:

ARKW - 13

BND - 2.006

ICLN - 18.015

VHT - 6.024

VOO - 32.108

VYM - 10.162

Comment by UnicornAndFairies on stocks

End of the year critique:

Brokerage:

DKNG - 3

PLTR - 75

NIO - 38

NOVA - 15

NET - 13

AMD - 21

TEAM - 3

DIS - 5

WMT - 4

MSFT - 5

ENPH - 1

LOGI - 2

WM - 3.02

AAPL - 15.03

CEI - 15 (GAMBLING… Goes up and down constantly, so when it’s in the .80s-.90s, I buy.. then when it hits in the $1.06-1.40 range I sell. kinda easy money

I just sold TSLA made profit so I sold and got more apple, ENPH and LOGI shares

ROTH IRA:

ARKW - 13

BND - 2.006

ICLN - 18.015

VHT - 6.024

VOO - 32.108

VYM - 10.162

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

EOD

Comment by CruseyLFC on wallstreetbets

300 EOD 1000 EOW it’s so obvious what’s going to happen

Comment by itiswhatitis2323 on wallstreetbets

Volume is now gone, game is to just hold and chill. We’ll have a late day rally before EOD and end around 46- 47.

Comment by Cutie_Panther on wallstreetbets

69.420 EOD and 420.69 EOW 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

Comment by elbalti77 on wallstreetbets

BB 14 EOD book it

Comment by richtofin115 on wallstreetbets

#GREEN BY EOD RIGHT GUYS…… 🥺

ET

Comment by Canadianpainter59 on wallstreetbets

Waiting for Jerome Powell to speak at 2 Pm ET Everyone is paranoid but it looks like things are going to be better than expected. But it’s a crap shoot……

Comment by Emotional-Jeweler337 on stocks

Own these MXSG MYDX BTDG PASO ET BRQS VYST ABEV GSPI

Comment by SirStocks on pennystocks

Time to get into oil. One of the few sectors still not pre covid. I expect my ET to double mid summer.

Comment by SleepLessTeacher on stocks

I like ET going up. This is the most it’ll probably go up combined in the next 3 months lol.

Comment by SirStocks on pennystocks

Time to get into oil. One of the few sectors still not pre covid. I expect my ET to double mid summer.

ETH

Comment by lycheeboi21 on CryptoCurrency

ADA holding its BTC and ETH values pretty well

Comment by 101bees on CryptoCurrency

Riding my BTC and ETH stocks straight into hell 😎🚀🔥📉

Comment by creative_user_name69 on CryptoCurrency

If ETH is below 1500 when I wake up I’m buying 2 coins instead of 1 and gonna hodl till 2025 so future me can buy something nice.

Comment by bradd_pit on CryptoCurrency

i completely forgot about the lull of 2018 to 2020. i really lost interest in crypto during that time and i was just holding ETH and switched it all to XTZ and ADA in 2020 .

we have reached critical mass for public awareness for crypto. people who would have never touched it 2 years ago or even people who had never heard of it before are getting involved now. the sharks are circling and everyone wants to be on the next bitcoin. this is going to be a good year.

3rd gen blockchains are going to be the next thing. what will drive the ecosystem is the utility of the blockchains themselves and what they can do, not the underlying cryptocurrency. it’s like investing in the world wide web in the 90s. no one understood it, people thought it would be just a fad, but here we are.

Comment by StatusBathroom on CryptoCurrency

I’m still very new to this. When I saw ETH drop 9% my first thought was “Excellent, time to top up.” Let’s just hope it it doesn’t completely fall apart haha.

ETSY

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by SmajerBoy25 on stocks

I made this for my dad (I’m 14 lol). My only two positions right now I have is 50/50 in CRSR and NIO for the short term. Any thoughts? Thanks! Numbers are % and I’m in Canada btw.

iShares Core S&P US Total Market Index ETF TSE: XUU

6.5

Vanguard FTSE Canada All Cap Index ETF TSE: VCN

4

Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VSP

10.5

iShares NASDAQ 100 Index ETF (CAD-Hedged) TSE: XQQ

3

BMO Dow Jones Industrial Average Hedged to CAD Idx ETF TSE: ZDJ

1

Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VUS

6

iShares Core S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF TSE: XIC

7

iShares Core MSCI AC World ex Canada Idx ETF TSE: XAW

1.5

Vanguard Conservative ETF Portfolio TSE: VCNS

2.5

iShares Core Balanced ETF TSE: XBAL

6.5

Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio TSE: VGRO

4.5

Vanguard Global Value Factor ETF TSE: VVL

2

iShares Canadian Value Index ETF TSE: XCV

1

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Information Tech Idx ETF TSE: XIT

2.5

TD Global Technology Leaders Index ETF TSE: TEC

5

iShares Self-Driving EV and Tech ETF NYSEARCA: IDRV

2

Ark Innovation ETF NYSEARCA: ARKK

2.5

Apple Inc NASDAQ: AAPL

4

Microsoft Corp. NASDAQ: MSFT

1.5

Alphabet Inc NASDAQ: GOOG

1.5

Nvidia Corp. NASDAQ: NVDA

2.5

Nio Inc NYSE: NIO

2.5GM0.5

Corsair Gaming Inc NASDAQ: CRSR

2

Citi Group Inc NYSE: C

0.5

Etsy Inc NASDAQ: ETSY

0.5

Scotia Bank TSE: BNS

4

Telus TSE: T

2

Berkshire Hathaway NYSE: BRK.B

2

Canadian National Railway TSE: CNR

0.5

iShares Global Clean Energy ETF NASDAQ: ICLN

1.5

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index ETF TSE: XUT

2

BMO Equal Weight Utilities Index ETF TSE: ZUT

0.5

Brookfield Renewable Partners TSE: BEP.UN

4

Comment by Cat_Beardington on wallstreetbets

Cash gang checking in - looking at DASH ETSY and PLTR.

Comment by SmajerBoy25 on stocks

I made this for my dad (I’m 14 lol). My only two positions right now I have is 50/50 in CRSR and NIO for the short term. Any thoughts? Thanks! Numbers are % and I’m in Canada btw.

iShares Core S&P US Total Market Index ETF TSE: XUU

6.5

Vanguard FTSE Canada All Cap Index ETF TSE: VCN

4

Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VSP

10.5

iShares NASDAQ 100 Index ETF (CAD-Hedged) TSE: XQQ

3

BMO Dow Jones Industrial Average Hedged to CAD Idx ETF TSE: ZDJ

1

Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VUS

6

iShares Core S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF TSE: XIC

7

iShares Core MSCI AC World ex Canada Idx ETF TSE: XAW

1.5

Vanguard Conservative ETF Portfolio TSE: VCNS

2.5

iShares Core Balanced ETF TSE: XBAL

6.5

Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio TSE: VGRO

4.5

Vanguard Global Value Factor ETF TSE: VVL

2

iShares Canadian Value Index ETF TSE: XCV

1

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Information Tech Idx ETF TSE: XIT

2.5

TD Global Technology Leaders Index ETF TSE: TEC

5

iShares Self-Driving EV and Tech ETF NYSEARCA: IDRV

2

Ark Innovation ETF NYSEARCA: ARKK

2.5

Apple Inc NASDAQ: AAPL

4

Microsoft Corp. NASDAQ: MSFT

1.5

Alphabet Inc NASDAQ: GOOG

1.5

Nvidia Corp. NASDAQ: NVDA

2.5

Nio Inc NYSE: NIO

2.5GM0.5

Corsair Gaming Inc NASDAQ: CRSR

2

Citi Group Inc NYSE: C

0.5

Etsy Inc NASDAQ: ETSY

0.5

Scotia Bank TSE: BNS

4

Telus TSE: T

2

Berkshire Hathaway NYSE: BRK.B

2

Canadian National Railway TSE: CNR

0.5

iShares Global Clean Energy ETF NASDAQ: ICLN

1.5

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index ETF TSE: XUT

2

BMO Equal Weight Utilities Index ETF TSE: ZUT

0.5

Brookfield Renewable Partners TSE: BEP.UN

4

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Can we go full circle and go from FAANG to FAPPENING?

FB / APPL / PENN / PYPL / ETSY / NFLX / NVDA / INTC / NIO / GME

EV

Comment by karinak1189 on stocks

21 years old, started in September. Long-term investor. up 33% in total.

37.82% AMZN (not sure if I should hold or sell and buy other stocks… have most of my money here), up 5% total as of today.

12.29% INO, up 5.7% as of today.

26.11% PLTR, up 166% as of today. was thinking of selling amzn and buying some more pltr on a red day? any suggestions? projections for 2021 stock price seem to be increasing everyday..

6% WKHS, down 10% as of today, one of the first purchases, wasn’t too sure what I was doing.. was down around 30-40% last month and held.. not sure if I should keep for long term

17.77% NIO, up 60.4% as of today. same thing as pltr.. not sure if I should sell some amazon and buy into more EV stock.

looking forward to hearing opinions/ input!

Comment by Lazybumm1 on investing

As an AI practitioner myself I think there’s huge optimism regarding autonomous driving tech.

Even with a massive increase in the quality of the current state of the art models we’re still mainly addressing freeway / highway driving and if being optimistic city driving. The caveat here being this will work in Westernised well-developed and maintained roads, with good signage etc.

What fraction of daily driving takes place under such optimal conditions globaly? Will this technology be applicable in dirt-roads in rural India or the city steets of Islamabad?

I think that eventually the industry will start addressing edge cases, but that’s not coming anytime soon.

In the meantime this technology will be a minor convenience for developed nations and yet another lever to further push the divide between the haves and have nots.

Regarding the environmental-friendliness of EVs, unfortunately the rhetoric is being set by those who stand to profit the most. The benefits are not as big as they are being touted to be, with massive carbon emissions associated with battery production etc. I’m not saying that eventually this technology won’t make a difference but we’re not at that stage of maturity yet.

P.S. I just got a “new used” ICE car and I intend to drive it to the ground over the next 10 years. I’m not jumping on the EV & autonomous-driving tech bandwagon just yet…

Comment by ibetyouliketes on investing

“One of the sceptics who thought Tesla was in a bubble”

You shouldn’t be investing if you didn’t know Tesla was in a ridiculous bubble. $150 is overpriced for Tesla and Elon admitted as much last May when it was that price.

Tesla’s current share price assumes they barely have any EV competition, which is plain wrong.

Comment by cassiusclayd on investing

Ironic timing for this post, while EV and other meme stocks are leading this significant crash.

Comment by Nintendie69 on investing

In the next 10 years, we are likely to see full automation especially with the advent of quantum computing leading to a huge increase in computational power (https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/09/ibm-promises-1000-qubit-quantum-computer-milestone-2023) - The companies that are heavily investing in developing this technology aren’t the classic car manufactures such as GM, Chevrolet or Chrysler but instead the large EV companies that have grown exponentially in the past year.

Huh? Do you have sources for EV companies investing in quantum? Or how quantum is going to help with automation/self-driving AI? Also timelines for self driving tech have historically been overly optimistic. It might work well 99% of the time, but there’s a lot of unusual situations for which there isn’t enough data to train AI to do something reasonable. Lots of companies, including those with a lot more resources to throw at the problem than EV companies, are spending money on this problem. So it’s not clear at all that EV builders will catch the windfall from self-driving tech.

FANG

Comment by Simon_Inpf on stocks

19 years old, been putting 50$ into FANG for the last 6 months

Comment by motivatedambition on stocks

Is FNGS primed to trade at $100 per share within a year?

Semiconductor ETF that tracks FANG stocks, trading at $31.79 per share at the moment

Comment by Simon_Inpf on stocks

19 years old, been putting 50$ into FANG for the last 6 months

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by Ep1cH3ro on stocks

Percentages are approximate. Relatively new to investing. I also have a limit order in for FANG right now, just waiting for my preferred pricing - wanted something in the “dirty” energy sector as well.

AC <1% - purchased at 16

APPL 9% - purchased at 127.53

ARKG 41% - purchased at 93

ICLN 36% - purchased at 29

NIO 2.5% - purchased at 51.4

SQ 11% - purchased at 223.41

Any helpful recommendations would be much appreciated :)

FB

Comment by HeyImLuca on SecurityAnalysis

Do you think Facebook FB right now is a good buy? The WhatsApp thing will not hurt the company that much as they actually don’t have direct revenue from it. They will probably scale it up introducing payments etc., not tomorrow but not so far in time earnings will have a big push. In the short term I see a price decline as it happened, but for the long run I estimated a fair value of about 480$. Does anybody agree? Thanks.

Comment by BOBI_2206 on SecurityAnalysis

Why is FB dropping after hours when they just reported such a great quarterly performance

Comment by hakimbomadadda on stocks

25 percent Unity. Started with 13 percent, grew to this point organically.

19% FB

9% Uber

4% Himax

4% CGC calls expiring in 2023.

10% various weed ETFs.

12% PLNHF

4% QCOM call expiring 2023.

2% TSM call expiring 2023

3% Skyworks solution call exp 2023.

Percents are approximate.

Comment by hakimbomadadda on stocks

25 percent Unity. Started with 13 percent, grew to this point organically.

19% FB

9% Uber

4% Himax

4% CGC calls expiring in 2023.

10% various weed ETFs.

12% PLNHF

4% QCOM call expiring 2023.

2% TSM call expiring 2023

3% Skyworks solution call exp 2023.

Percents are approximate.

Comment by ccalls on stocks

you missed her FB purchase today.

FCF

Comment by LiamShreds on SecurityAnalysis

Currently trying to do a DCF analysis for the first time on Ahold Delhaize.

I have found that Ahold Delhaize has increased its FCF by an average of 9.28% from 2007 to 2019. As of 2019 they had 1.843 million euros free cash flow. Divided amongst 1.088 million shares that gives 1.694 euros of FCF per share.

Assuming Ahold Delhaize will keep increasing its FCF with 9% a year and assuming I would otherwise put the money in vwrl which is expected to return ~7% every year, I calculated the DCF.

When assuming I will hold ahold delhaize for 5 years, I came out at a DCF value of 8.955 euros.

Since the share is going for around 22 euros. The net present value -13.045, and thus the investment is not worth it if I were to keep it for 5 years.

Couple of questions, am I right for discounting my investment in ahold delhaize with the return of where I personally would put my money elsewhere? I currently haven’t got enough free time to compare a lot of different stocks with eachother and so I check a stock about once every two weeks, I put in money in my portfolio every month and if I haven’t found anything I will put it in vwrl.

Ahold Delhaize is planning to buy back shares, should I account for this by multiplying the FCF with old_qty / new_qty?

Is it safe to assume that DCF is a good way of calculating the actual value of the investment? What if the majority of people are ignoring the FCF in valuating Ahold Delhaize and I’m missing out on the actual thing people value it by? I’m not talking about that the FCF isn’t growing at the magnitude you predicted it to grow at. I’m talking about what if people are holding Ahold Delhaize for their real estate, or purely for their dividends?

Is it possible to take into account for the fact that right now I would be paying 22 euros for 1.694 euros of their free cash flow and should I take it into account? Say I’m right now paying 13x the price of the FCF, can/should I assume that I will sell for 13x the FCF of the future?

EDIT: Am I right for ignoring 2020 annual data in my analysis because it has been a crazy year?

Comment by howtoreadspaghetti on SecurityAnalysis

Gonna write out a tweet I saw from someone talking about $CHTR on Twitter earlier today and I’m just trying to figure out the thought process they’re doing and how they’re landing at an estimated stock price.

“BB’ 25 EBITDA is $26-27B. Assuming FCF conversion of about 1/3 gets you $9B of ‘25 FCF. Assuming 4.5x ‘25 leverage and all interim FCF used for repo generated $80 of ‘25 FCF/sh. 15x $80 = $1200. 2x in 4 years= 18% IRR. <60% homes passed penetration today”

First off: How do you estimate leverage in 2025 and then what is the formula being used here to get to an estimated stock price? Is the P/E 15x? And how do you get a 2025 EBITDA estimate? I don’t understand how these projections are being made or how to even create a future estimate like that.

Comment by beerion on SecurityAnalysis

I have a question about FCFF calculation.

The formula tells us to add back on the change to non cash net working capital. So this would include inventories, accounts payable, and accounts recievables.

My understanding is that accounts payable and recievables is essentially just cash that hasn’t cleared yet (ie invoices that are sitting in the finance department waiting to be processed).

Why don’t we leave these in the FCFF calculation as they’re conversion to cash is imminent? Or is the assumption to assume these clear in year one of our FCF projections (so it’s essentially the same thing).

Also past year 1, we would assume change in NWC is 0, correct? It seems like an unnecessary step, and difficult to project anyways.

Comment by LiamShreds on SecurityAnalysis

Currently trying to do a DCF analysis for the first time on Ahold Delhaize.

I have found that Ahold Delhaize has increased its FCF by an average of 9.28% from 2007 to 2019. As of 2019 they had 1.843 million euros free cash flow. Divided amongst 1.088 million shares that gives 1.694 euros of FCF per share.

Assuming Ahold Delhaize will keep increasing its FCF with 9% a year and assuming I would otherwise put the money in vwrl which is expected to return ~7% every year, I calculated the DCF.

When assuming I will hold ahold delhaize for 5 years, I came out at a DCF value of 8.955 euros.

Since the share is going for around 22 euros. The net present value -13.045, and thus the investment is not worth it if I were to keep it for 5 years.

Couple of questions, am I right for discounting my investment in ahold delhaize with the return of where I personally would put my money elsewhere? I currently haven’t got enough free time to compare a lot of different stocks with eachother and so I check a stock about once every two weeks, I put in money in my portfolio every month and if I haven’t found anything I will put it in vwrl.

Ahold Delhaize is planning to buy back shares, should I account for this by multiplying the FCF with old_qty / new_qty?

Is it safe to assume that DCF is a good way of calculating the actual value of the investment? What if the majority of people are ignoring the FCF in valuating Ahold Delhaize and I’m missing out on the actual thing people value it by? I’m not talking about that the FCF isn’t growing at the magnitude you predicted it to grow at. I’m talking about what if people are holding Ahold Delhaize for their real estate, or purely for their dividends?

Is it possible to take into account for the fact that right now I would be paying 22 euros for 1.694 euros of their free cash flow and should I take it into account? Say I’m right now paying 13x the price of the FCF, can/should I assume that I will sell for 13x the FCF of the future?

EDIT: Am I right for ignoring 2020 annual data in my analysis because it has been a crazy year?

Comment by beerion on SecurityAnalysis

I have a question about FCFF calculation.

The formula tells us to add back on the change to non cash net working capital. So this would include inventories, accounts payable, and accounts recievables.

My understanding is that accounts payable and recievables is essentially just cash that hasn’t cleared yet (ie invoices that are sitting in the finance department waiting to be processed).

Why don’t we leave these in the FCFF calculation as they’re conversion to cash is imminent? Or is the assumption to assume these clear in year one of our FCF projections (so it’s essentially the same thing).

Also past year 1, we would assume change in NWC is 0, correct? It seems like an unnecessary step, and difficult to project anyways.

FMC

Comment by Salt_Nefariousness83 on UraniumSqueeze

Forum Energy Metals FMC FDCFF https://twitter.com/moniology/status/1363959716989214725?s=19 $0.70 🎯 💎👐

Comment by stocktickergame on UraniumSqueeze

URE ready to go. DML great company with so much potential. FMC shouldn’t be overlooked either.

Comment by Bobblehead_1791 on UraniumSqueeze

I have smaller positions in FMC CUR LAM FIND because they have strong upside. They are not currently part of ETFs though and their value is expected to have a lag. PLU is currently trading at 3% of its NPV. It has HUGE upside as soon as the Peruvian courts sort their legal battle.

Comment by Salt_Nefariousness83 on UraniumSqueeze

Forum Energy Metals FMC FDCFF https://twitter.com/moniology/status/1363959716989214725?s=19 $0.70 🎯 💎👐

Comment by Bobblehead_1791 on UraniumSqueeze

I have smaller positions in FMC CUR LAM FIND because they have strong upside. They are not currently part of ETFs though and their value is expected to have a lag. PLU is currently trading at 3% of its NPV. It has HUGE upside as soon as the Peruvian courts sort their legal battle.

FOR

Comment by Coding_Gamer on wallstreetbets

MY BULLISHNESS FOR THIS STOCK KEEPS INCREASING WITH EVERY BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED POWERUP REWARDS EMAIL THEY SEND ME.

Comment by Damsellindistress on wallstreetbets

WEIRD TITLE FOR A GME MEGATHREAD BUT OK

Comment by poopdood696969 on wallstreetbets

IS THE MARKET REACTING TO BOBBY SCHMURDA COMING HOME??? THE WORLD AINT READY FOR BOBBY

Comment by Anyro17 on wallstreetbets

ILL SELL FOR A MINIMUM OF 10K

WHO’S WITH ME

📈🦍🍌

Comment by Gazkap on wallstreetbets

THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING US TO BE US AGAIN MODS.

FSLY

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by felixthecatmeow on stocks

Please rate my portfolio. I’m 27 and canadian for reference.

VTI - 56% (Looking to keep adding either VTI or a different index with international exposure)

ARKG - 11.5%

ARKF - 6.5%

NET - 6%

TD - 6%

ICLN - 5%

PSTH - 5%

AUP - 1.5% (probably dropping this after FDA approval of roluperidone)

FSLY - 1% (swing traded FSLY and kept a couple shares with a near zero cost basis from the trading profits)

I recently exited a sizeable position in APHA, since I don’t like the merger.

Other than AUP and FSLY, these are all long term holds. PSTH depending on the target might or might not be.

I keep a small amount of cash ready for short term plays, mostly for my own enjoyment. HYLN was my most successful one.

I am aiming to rebalance a bit as I add more money, without selling anything, so that I’m about 70% index funds, with probably 50% VTI and 20% something more international so I’m not completely exposed to the US market.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

FSR

Comment by ToiletPaperHands69 on stocks

Noobie 29yo who just came in on the hype and learning tough lessons. Open to criticism about balancing going forward. Investing 3k and will likely add 500 a month to more ETFs going forward.

  • VOO 25%
  • ARKK 19%
  • ARKG 16 %
  • PLTR 13%
  • ICLN 5%
  • AAPL 4%
  • PSTH 3 %
  • NVDA 3%
  • MRNA 3%
  • GME 3%
  • AMD 2 %
  • FSR 1.5%
  • NIO 1.3%
  • CRSR 1.3%

Trying to avoid locking in losses and waiting out the meme stocks, with slowly transferring to a 90/10 ratio of ETF/Stocks. Right idea? I imagine I should continue buying up ICLN going forward and expanding that.

Comment by Scrappy34 on stocks

Swing trader, I let my winners ride until I get bored and cut losses early.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

34% / APPS / +1057%

28% / SUMO / +38%

21% / FSR / +24%

17% / RKT / +3%

Comment by Scrappy34 on stocks

Swing trader, I let my winners ride until I get bored and cut losses early.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

34% / APPS / +1057%

28% / SUMO / +38%

21% / FSR / +24%

17% / RKT / +3%

Comment by buuce on stocks

18 years old. I just opened my portfolio this week and have about (70%) of what I mention:

  • NVDA (7.5%) / AAPL (7.5%) / AMD (5%) / MSFT (10%) / DIS (10%)
  • VOO (15%) / QQQ (4.5%)
  • ARKK (4%) / ARKG (3%) / ARKF (2%)
  • ICLN (4%) / QCLN (4%) / TAN (2%) / FAN (2%) / PBW (2%)
  • PSTH (3.5%) / PLTR (3.5%) / FSR (2%) / MT (2.5%)
  • CIBR (2.5%) / CRWD (3%)

Thoughts?

Comment by buuce on stocks

18 years old. I just opened my portfolio this week and have about (70%) of what I mention:

  • NVDA (7.5%) / AAPL (7.5%) / AMD (5%) / MSFT (10%) / DIS (10%)
  • VOO (15%) / QQQ (4.5%)
  • ARKK (4%) / ARKG (3%) / ARKF (2%)
  • ICLN (4%) / QCLN (4%) / TAN (2%) / FAN (2%) / PBW (2%)
  • PSTH (3.5%) / PLTR (3.5%) / FSR (2%) / MT (2.5%)
  • CIBR (2.5%) / CRWD (3%)

Thoughts?

FT

Comment by MVTHOLST on stocks

19 y/o Dane with no expenses and FT job (part time from August 2021 because I start my bachelor), therefore all money in stocks. I continuously add money every month, and will not need the money for at least 5 years.

Would love to get some opinions on my current holdings and recommendations for future picks. (Might want to add 1 or 2 genomics companies)

Current portfolio of shares (73% of NW) look like this:

  • CClV 12.79% (+56% P/L)
  • Salesforce 10.77%
  • NVIDIA 10.46%
  • Cloudflare 10.4%
  • Adobe 9%
  • Ferrari 8.1%
  • Facebook 7.9%
  • DSV Panalpina 7.7%
  • Risk Intelligence 7.3% (danish low cap; software for freight industry)
  • DraftKings 7%
  • Palantir 6.2%
  • Available cash 2.5%

Soon-to-come portfolio of ETF’s (27% of NW) look like this:

  • iShares Healthcare Innovation 45% (ticker: HEAL)
  • iShares Global Clean Energy 30% (ticker: ICLN)
  • Nordea Invest Danish Stocks 25%

EDIT: Added tickers on ETF’s
EDIT: Removed Tech ETF & changed weight distribution on remaining ETF’s

Comment by m1k325t on stocks

Majority were bought in Summer 2020 (THOR- a mining penny stock - an exception) and most have moved up alot hence the discrepancy in initial Vs now

Aggressive high growth

Current split (original capital allocation in brackets) NIO - 19% (10%)

MGNI - 16% (8%)

NET - 16% (18%)

JMIA - 10% (7%)

PINS - 9% (7%)

DOCU - 8% (13%)

THOR - 7% (13%)

AMBA - 6% (9%)

ARK FT - 6% (9%)

ESGC - 3% (8%)

Very tech heavy with a few that have become meme stocks even though I got in early. 😬

Looking to diversify into energy with some uranium plays (UUUU, PDN and Yellow Cake) being bought (long time watcher and believer) and some renewables (ICLN/JINKO) on the cards. Should probably go for some biotech but rather ETF for that - which one out of ARKG, BTEC and IDNA…

Also want to buy more ESGC at current lows but that would just be a punt…

Any thoughts?

Comment by MVTHOLST on stocks

19 y/o Dane with no expenses and FT job (part time from August 2021 because I start my bachelor), therefore all money in stocks. I continuously add money every month, and will not need the money for at least 5 years.

Would love to get some opinions on my current holdings and recommendations for future picks. (Might want to add 1 or 2 genomics companies)

Current portfolio of shares (73% of NW) look like this:

  • CClV 12.79% (+56% P/L)
  • Salesforce 10.77%
  • NVIDIA 10.46%
  • Cloudflare 10.4%
  • Adobe 9%
  • Ferrari 8.1%
  • Facebook 7.9%
  • DSV Panalpina 7.7%
  • Risk Intelligence 7.3% (danish low cap; software for freight industry)
  • DraftKings 7%
  • Palantir 6.2%
  • Available cash 2.5%

Soon-to-come portfolio of ETF’s (27% of NW) look like this:

  • iShares Healthcare Innovation 45% (ticker: HEAL)
  • iShares Global Clean Energy 30% (ticker: ICLN)
  • Nordea Invest Danish Stocks 25%

EDIT: Added tickers on ETF’s
EDIT: Removed Tech ETF & changed weight distribution on remaining ETF’s

Comment by m1k325t on stocks

Majority were bought in Summer 2020 (THOR- a mining penny stock - an exception) and most have moved up alot hence the discrepancy in initial Vs now

Aggressive high growth

Current split (original capital allocation in brackets) NIO - 19% (10%)

MGNI - 16% (8%)

NET - 16% (18%)

JMIA - 10% (7%)

PINS - 9% (7%)

DOCU - 8% (13%)

THOR - 7% (13%)

AMBA - 6% (9%)

ARK FT - 6% (9%)

ESGC - 3% (8%)

Very tech heavy with a few that have become meme stocks even though I got in early. 😬

Looking to diversify into energy with some uranium plays (UUUU, PDN and Yellow Cake) being bought (long time watcher and believer) and some renewables (ICLN/JINKO) on the cards. Should probably go for some biotech but rather ETF for that - which one out of ARKG, BTEC and IDNA…

Also want to buy more ESGC at current lows but that would just be a punt…

Any thoughts?

Comment by MVTHOLST on stocks

19 y/o Dane with no expenses and FT job (part time from August 2021 because I start my bachelor), therefore all money in stocks. I continuously add money every month, and will not need the money for at least 5 years.

Would love to get some opinions on my current holdings and recommendations for future picks. I can currently afford two new positions in my portfolio of shares (each ~7%).

Current portfolio of shares (73% of NW) look like this:

  • CClV 14.5% (+125% P/L)
  • Cash 13.5%
  • Salesforce 8.8%
  • NVIDIA 8.2%
  • Cloudflare 8.2%
  • Adobe 7.3%
  • Ferrari 6.4%
  • DraftKings 6.2%
  • Risk Intelligence 6.2% (danish low cap; software for freight industry)
  • DSV Panalpina 6.1%
  • Facebook 6%
  • (x)spa 3.4% (will probably sell this soon, bought for fun/short term)
  • GME 0.7% (also for fun)

Soon-to-come portfolio of ETF’s (27% of NW) look like this:

  • iShares Healthcare Innovation ~45% (ticker: HEAL)
  • iShares Global Clean Energy ~30% (ticker: ICLN)
  • Nordea Invest Danish Stocks ~25%

FUBO

Comment by d10srespect on wallstreetbets

Currently only holding shares and monthlies. With that said I don’t worry too much when my shares tank, but considering I got over 4k shares of FUBO at 45, I’m starting to get concerned I might be seriously fucked here.

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by d10srespect on wallstreetbets

I really went from dreaming about sucking titties to waking up to an account which is currently down 15k in premarket and 50k in 6 trading days. FUBO has single handedly destroyed me

Comment by BanjoDelay on stocks

12/26/2020 - I have a chunk of cash I need to put to work in the market. I’m more of an investor than trader, though I’m not above making a trade (I tried to with FUBO & SPCE, but alas). I’d be happy to do my own due diligence on any suggested stock not on the list.
AAPL (36.2%) up 18.4% (I keep buying; I have some blocks up nearly 100%)
VUG (21.9%) up 49.6% (I have bought multiple blocks)
DKNG (9.7%) up 84.2% (again, multiple blocks)
AMZN (7.9%) up 70.6%
SQ (7.1%) up 10.8%
GOOG (6.5%) up 52.7%
NOW (3.5%) up 3.1%
KO (3.3%) up 19.7%
MU (2.2%) up 55.6%
SPCE (1.6%) down 22.6%

Comment by FearlessTrader on wallstreetbets

RIP RIP RIP RIP 🪦

WHY DID I BUY $68k worth of FUBO I will never know 😓😓😓

GE

Comment by k20stitch_tv on pennystocks

I see these as huge buying opportunities. Who knows how far stuff will fall, but I’m eating up AAPL and GE at the moment.

Comment by Anymeans6 on wallstreetbets

Are GE leaps a good buy right now?

Comment by thebeanercalva on stocks

Any comments or recommendations on my portfolio would be greatly appreciated: 10 shares of VOO (Vanguard S&P ETF) 20 shares of NET (Cloudflare) 72 shares of CCL (Carnival) 50 shares of PLTR (Palantir) 100 shares of GE (General Electric) 100 shares of F (Ford) $1007 in cash

My only recent change was selling 10 shares of COST (Costco) and 16 shares of SWPPX (Schwab S&P Index Fund) to buy VOO and PLTR at $27 a share

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by MuToTheMoon on wallstreetbets

3M using Palantir is good news.

So many quality private companies with great business models are choosing Palantir for efficiency, not desperation or publicity. It shows that it’s an expensive product that’s worth it.

3M isn’t just a blue-chip stock like GE or something. When it comes to R+D and ease of product installation and overall quality, my company uses 3M for every electrical or firestopping industrial product possible. They make gold standard stuff.

GM

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by slp033000 on wallstreetbets

Can we just go ahead and get GM E to $4000 right now so I can retire this afternoon? Thanks in advance.

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by Aggravating_Diver_69 on stocks

Started around the beginning of September. Playing around with about 14.5k. Would appreciate any advice or constructive criticism. Specifically, not sure if I should hold GM or sell and buy something else.

Stocks:

AAPL 34.5%

GM 4.76%

NIO 8.67%

SQ 5.3%

TWTR 6.87%

Funds:

ARKF 6.75%

ARKG 6.94%

ARKK 6.98%

ARKW 6.09%

ICLN 6.77%

TAN 6.4%

Comment by ucfruss on investing

I’ve heard/read about semiconductor shortages that are allegedly going to severely hamper production of automobiles. But, best I can tell this hasn’t been priced into stocks like F and GM.

I think GM has great [very] long term potential based on their commitment to EVs and innovation, but not so sure about Ford.

If production takes a hit and is reflected in the next 1 or 2 earnings reports, what play now has the best chance of the highest ROI?

Full disclosure: I’ve never traded options (created an Investopedia account to get a fake portfolio to try it out, but still pretty clueless) and have never shorted stocks. As a matter of fact, I’ve really only ever bought and held stocks and haven’t even tried strategies to alter positions, etc. beyond buying more stocks in different industries/geolocales.

TLDR: I wanna make money off a known semiconductor shortage screwing the automotive industry, but don’t know how.

GME

Comment by RamenWeabooSpaghetti on wallstreetbets

Selling my net positive AMC, putting that balance into GME once it settles.

Comment by neverenough762 on wallstreetbets

Very telling when the NASDAQ is dumping hype stocks in premarket and GME is only down 2%. Time will tell I guess, hopefully this comment ages like a fine wine.

Comment by nerds-and-birds on wallstreetbets

Trading GME is much more exciting if you play the Attack on Titan season 1 OP in the background.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OkpRK2_gVs

Comment by BuntasButtPlug on wallstreetbets

Imagine how mad theyll be when it gets to $130k and GME buys amazon, walmart and apple

Comment by Manuelyto_95 on wallstreetbets

Think about how much GME will be worth in 10 years lol HODL 🚀

GO

Comment by Funkasauras on wallstreetbets

Celebrating today’s dub with some claws and music production LETS GO I LOVE THIS SHIT🚀🚀🌙

Comment by Representative-Bed15 on wallstreetbets

Stonks only go up…repeat after me…STONKS ONLY GO UP! WE LIKE THE STOCK WE LIKE THE STOCK. Diamond hands baby

Comment by DrGigaChad_MD on wallstreetbets

GEE EM EEEE MAKES MY WEINER GO WHEEEE

Comment by Muninz on wallstreetbets

Thats what ima be listening while watching trough my shuttle window near pluto ! With the sound of DFV smashin our wives in the background ! LETS GO GME AND AMC !

Comment by I_EAT_LITERAL_ASS on wallstreetbets

$45 HERE WE GO AGAIN

GOLD

Comment by Upper-Director-38 on pennystocks

Well…My portfolio shit the bed…I’ve got one lonely stock holding .12$ gain…Come on GOLD hold for daddy. give me ONE green…just one…

Comment by MojoMinistry on stocks

I got a lot of stuff.

ONLN PROSHARES TR ONLINE RTL ETF 8.54%
ONEQ FIDELITY NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX ETF 5.14%
IDRV ISHARES TR SELF DRIVNG EV 4.68%
ARKQ ARK ETF TR AUTNMUS TECHNLGY 4.55%
XLY CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY SELECT SECTOR SPDR FUND 4.08%
FBCG FIDELITY BLUE CHIP GROWTH ETF 3.73%
FBCV FIDELITY BLUE CHIP VALUE ETF 3.62%
IAU ISHARES GOLD TRUST ISHARES ISIN #US4642851053 SEDOL B0SF3S5 3.58%
ICLN ISHARES TR GL CLEAN ENE ETF 3.49%
NKE NIKE INC CLASS B COM NPV 2.76%
WM WASTE MANAGEMENT INC 2.69%
NERD LISTED FD TR ROUNDHILL BITK 2.66%
YOLO ADVISORSHARES TR PURE CANNABIS 2.62%
AAPL APPLE INC COM USD0.00001 2.47%
KO COCA-COLA CO 2.42%
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP 2.32%
PENN PENN NATIONAL GAMING INC 2.22%
MJ ETFMG ALTERNATIVE HARVEST ETF 2.18%
QCOM QUALCOMM INC 2.07%
IEMG ISHARES INC CORE MSCI EMERGING MKTS ETF 1.97%
LVMUY LVMH MOET HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON ADR 1.86%
DPZ DOMINO S PIZZA INC 1.81%
GM GENERAL MTRS CO COM 1.75%
LOW LOWES COMPANIES INC COM USD0.50 1.70%
LMT LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP COM USD1.00 1.62%
SCHD SCHWAB US DIVIDEND EQUITY ETF 1.61%
TAP MOLSON COORS BEVERAGE CO CL B 1.51%
SUBZ LISTED FD TR ROUNDHILL STREAM 1.48%
LRLCY L OREAL UNSPON ADR EACH REP 0.2 ORD SHS 1.47%
LZB LA-Z-BOY INC 1.45%
SDC SMILEDIRECTCLUB INC CL A COM 1.44%
ARKK ARK ETF TR INNOVATION ETF 1.43%
HAL HALLIBURTON CO COM USD2.50 1.41%
ITA ISHARES TR US AER DEF ETF 1.40%
EL ESTEE LAUDER COMPANIES INC COM USD0.01 CLASS A 1.38%
HD HOME DEPOT INC 1.36%
CMPR CIMPRESS PLC COM EUR0.01 1.35%
PTON PELOTON INTERACTIVE INC CL A COM 1.34%
WING WINGSTOP INC COM 1.34%
ARKG ARK ETF TR GENOMIC REV ETF 1.02%
MIME MIMECAST LIMITED COM USD0.012 0.63%
PLTR PALANTIR TECHNOLOGIES INC CL A 0.48%
RKT ROCKET COS INC COM CL A 0.48%
WKHS WORKHORSE GROUP INC COM NEW 0.46%
FTOC FTAC OLYMPUS ACQUISITION CORP COM USD0.0001 CL A 0.43%

Comment by MojoMinistry on stocks

I got a lot of stuff.

ONLN PROSHARES TR ONLINE RTL ETF 8.54%
ONEQ FIDELITY NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX ETF 5.14%
IDRV ISHARES TR SELF DRIVNG EV 4.68%
ARKQ ARK ETF TR AUTNMUS TECHNLGY 4.55%
XLY CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY SELECT SECTOR SPDR FUND 4.08%
FBCG FIDELITY BLUE CHIP GROWTH ETF 3.73%
FBCV FIDELITY BLUE CHIP VALUE ETF 3.62%
IAU ISHARES GOLD TRUST ISHARES ISIN #US4642851053 SEDOL B0SF3S5 3.58%
ICLN ISHARES TR GL CLEAN ENE ETF 3.49%
NKE NIKE INC CLASS B COM NPV 2.76%
WM WASTE MANAGEMENT INC 2.69%
NERD LISTED FD TR ROUNDHILL BITK 2.66%
YOLO ADVISORSHARES TR PURE CANNABIS 2.62%
AAPL APPLE INC COM USD0.00001 2.47%
KO COCA-COLA CO 2.42%
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP 2.32%
PENN PENN NATIONAL GAMING INC 2.22%
MJ ETFMG ALTERNATIVE HARVEST ETF 2.18%
QCOM QUALCOMM INC 2.07%
IEMG ISHARES INC CORE MSCI EMERGING MKTS ETF 1.97%
LVMUY LVMH MOET HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON ADR 1.86%
DPZ DOMINO S PIZZA INC 1.81%
GM GENERAL MTRS CO COM 1.75%
LOW LOWES COMPANIES INC COM USD0.50 1.70%
LMT LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP COM USD1.00 1.62%
SCHD SCHWAB US DIVIDEND EQUITY ETF 1.61%
TAP MOLSON COORS BEVERAGE CO CL B 1.51%
SUBZ LISTED FD TR ROUNDHILL STREAM 1.48%
LRLCY L OREAL UNSPON ADR EACH REP 0.2 ORD SHS 1.47%
LZB LA-Z-BOY INC 1.45%
SDC SMILEDIRECTCLUB INC CL A COM 1.44%
ARKK ARK ETF TR INNOVATION ETF 1.43%
HAL HALLIBURTON CO COM USD2.50 1.41%
ITA ISHARES TR US AER DEF ETF 1.40%
EL ESTEE LAUDER COMPANIES INC COM USD0.01 CLASS A 1.38%
HD HOME DEPOT INC 1.36%
CMPR CIMPRESS PLC COM EUR0.01 1.35%
PTON PELOTON INTERACTIVE INC CL A COM 1.34%
WING WINGSTOP INC COM 1.34%
ARKG ARK ETF TR GENOMIC REV ETF 1.02%
MIME MIMECAST LIMITED COM USD0.012 0.63%
PLTR PALANTIR TECHNOLOGIES INC CL A 0.48%
RKT ROCKET COS INC COM CL A 0.48%
WKHS WORKHORSE GROUP INC COM NEW 0.46%
FTOC FTAC OLYMPUS ACQUISITION CORP COM USD0.0001 CL A 0.43%

Comment by Rrfei on wallstreetbets

GME IS THE NEW GOLD STANDARD

GOOD

Comment by Juan-Gute on wallstreetbets

Remember, HOLD THE FUCKING LINE ONCE IT RISES. THIS ONLY WORKS IF WE ARE A COLLECTIVE UNIT. LETS HAVE A GOOD START TO THE WEEK MEN AND WOMEN🚀🚀🚀🚀🤲💎💎💎🤲

Not financial advice.

Comment by pixelwalrusca on wallstreetbets

PUSH PASS 44 AND WE’LL BE IN A REALLY GOOD SPOT.

Comment by LegendaryCoder1101 on wallstreetbets

THAT GOT ME IN SUCH A GOOD MOOD. LETS FUCKING GOOOOOOOOO

Comment by slifyer on wallstreetbets

PAPA POWELL GIVE ME THAT GOOD DICK

Comment by ThePolarBare on wallstreetbets

GME price is like an abusive relationship. I keep getting hurt but I’m always going to come back. 💎🙌🏻 IT HURTS SO GOOD APES

GOOG

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by ITried2 on stocks

This is the time when you decide what kind of investor you are.

In a few months when this dip has passed - touch wood - you’ll be thinking about what all the fuss was about. Buy, hold and if you’ve got some spare cash, buy some more!

AAPL, MSFT, GOOG and AMZN are as fundamentally strong as they were two weeks ago. Buy some more.

Comment by Seminole-Patriot on stocks

Just got back into the market after graduating college, 22 y/o with a long term growth horizon.

20% VTI
5% Cash
10% NEE
10% SBUX
10% TGT
10% AMZN
10% NFLX
10% GOOG
10% AAPL
5% ESPO

Comment by SmajerBoy25 on stocks

I made this for my dad (I’m 14 lol). My only two positions right now I have is 50/50 in CRSR and NIO for the short term. Any thoughts? Thanks! Numbers are % and I’m in Canada btw.

iShares Core S&P US Total Market Index ETF TSE: XUU

6.5

Vanguard FTSE Canada All Cap Index ETF TSE: VCN

4

Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VSP

10.5

iShares NASDAQ 100 Index ETF (CAD-Hedged) TSE: XQQ

3

BMO Dow Jones Industrial Average Hedged to CAD Idx ETF TSE: ZDJ

1

Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VUS

6

iShares Core S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF TSE: XIC

7

iShares Core MSCI AC World ex Canada Idx ETF TSE: XAW

1.5

Vanguard Conservative ETF Portfolio TSE: VCNS

2.5

iShares Core Balanced ETF TSE: XBAL

6.5

Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio TSE: VGRO

4.5

Vanguard Global Value Factor ETF TSE: VVL

2

iShares Canadian Value Index ETF TSE: XCV

1

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Information Tech Idx ETF TSE: XIT

2.5

TD Global Technology Leaders Index ETF TSE: TEC

5

iShares Self-Driving EV and Tech ETF NYSEARCA: IDRV

2

Ark Innovation ETF NYSEARCA: ARKK

2.5

Apple Inc NASDAQ: AAPL

4

Microsoft Corp. NASDAQ: MSFT

1.5

Alphabet Inc NASDAQ: GOOG

1.5

Nvidia Corp. NASDAQ: NVDA

2.5

Nio Inc NYSE: NIO

2.5GM0.5

Corsair Gaming Inc NASDAQ: CRSR

2

Citi Group Inc NYSE: C

0.5

Etsy Inc NASDAQ: ETSY

0.5

Scotia Bank TSE: BNS

4

Telus TSE: T

2

Berkshire Hathaway NYSE: BRK.B

2

Canadian National Railway TSE: CNR

0.5

iShares Global Clean Energy ETF NASDAQ: ICLN

1.5

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index ETF TSE: XUT

2

BMO Equal Weight Utilities Index ETF TSE: ZUT

0.5

Brookfield Renewable Partners TSE: BEP.UN

4

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

GOOGL

Comment by git_und_slotermeyer on investing

Tech is not tech - yes, most of it is inflated in value. But I wouldn’t compare e.g. GOOGL and AMZN to something like TSLA.

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started in December. Thought it wasn’t a good time to enter, but I already made a 5% gain. Probably a beginner’s luck + bull market continuing with the new administration. Rate my portfolio (sidenote: can’t buy fractional shares so quite unbalanced)

  • AMZN 36.5% (+2.65%)
  • GOOGL 21% (+9.33%)
  • TSLA 18.8% (+14.45%)
  • DIS 3.8% (-0.27%)
  • AAPL 3.1% (+4.97%)
  • FB 3% (+2.81%)
  • MSFT 2.5% (+2.80%)
  • CRM 2.5% (-0.25%)
  • V 2.2% (-5.63%)
  • JNJ 1.8% (+6.37%)
  • PEP 1.5% (-5.08%)
  • PG 1.4% (-5.28%)
  • ABT 1.3% (+2.07%)
  • KO 0.5% (-2.53%)

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started this month:

  • AMZN 51.3%
  • GOOGL 27.8%
  • NVDA 8.5%
  • AAPL 4.2%
  • MSFT 3.6%
  • JNJ 2.4%
  • PEP 2.3%

Comment by Fatboy_69 on stocks

All long-term. $3K in MTLS, additive manufacturing/3D printing. $3K in ABB, industrial automation. $10K in cash, planning to buy $7K of TSLA under 550 and $3K of GOOGL (AI advancements in the near future, great fundamentals) under 1650. Next dip: analyze clean energy stocks and buy the best one. Any advice helps, thanks!

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started this month:

  • AMZN 51.3%
  • GOOGL 27.8%
  • NVDA 8.5%
  • AAPL 4.2%
  • MSFT 3.6%
  • JNJ 2.4%
  • PEP 2.3%

GS

Comment by liaeve on wallstreetbets

Still holding. And after GS added 3080s to inventory for online sale, I like the stock even more. 💎👐

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

HAS

Comment by Monster213213 on wallstreetbets

YOUR 10K $45 SELL WALL HAS NO POWER HERE

Comment by CommunityShower on wallstreetbets

IF SNAP HAS AN UPGRADE TO 80 GME SHOULD BE AT 400

Comment by KyCats09 on wallstreetbets

MY PENIS HAS RISEN TO 3 INCHES

Comment by GrundytheGriller on wallstreetbets

GOD CANNOT SAVE YOUR PORTFOLIOS, ONLY GME HAS THAT POWER

Comment by gnadami on wallstreetbets

https://www.gamestop.com/search/?q=graphics+card&lang=default GAMESTOP HAS GRAPHIC CARDS LISTED

HD

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

HE

Comment by totesmyscrote on wallstreetbets

I see that pre market bull flag! The wife’s boyfriends already here AND HE BROUGHT HIS TENDIES TOO! WE IN THIS BITCH SPACE MONKEY’S

Comment by SnooPears4353 on wallstreetbets

BOYS IF THIS FUCKING MOONS MY WIFES BOYFRIEND BRANDON SAID HE WOULD LET ME DRINK SODA ON THE WEEKDAYS!!!!!!!

LET ME INNNNNNN!!!!!

Comment by stompTheLogoRavens on wallstreetbets

BAH GAWD KING THATS JEROME POWELL!! WHATS HE DOING ON MONDAY NIGHT RAW?!?

Comment by Watermel__on on wallstreetbets

This dumb slut on Cheddar just said Keith Gill bought $50,000 more of GME…

BITCH HE BOUGHT 50,000 SHARES!!!!!

Comment by JordyNecroman on wallstreetbets

^Tendieman ^protect ^meeee^eee ##MAY HE PROTECT YOUUUU

HEAR

Comment by bruised_thumb on wallstreetbets

I DIDN’T HEAR NO BELL

Comment by davewuff on wallstreetbets

I DIDNT HEAR NO BELL; LETS GO

Comment by sophless on wallstreetbets

I was watching spongebob this morning and as the theme song started all I could hear was a horde of retards screaming:

ARE YA READY CHIMPS?!

AYE AYE CAPTAIN

I CAN’T HEAR YOUUUUU

AYE AYE CAPTAIN

HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLDDD

Who lives in delusion that we’ll win GME?

r/WALLSTREETBETS

Who’d happily simp for King DFV?

r/WALLSTREETBETS

Who makes Robinhood look like a little bitch?

r/WALLSTREETBETS

Who’s hoping for tendies but would still EAT THE RICH?!

r/WALLSTREETBETS

r/WALLSTREETBETS

r/WALLSTREETBETS

r/WALLSTREETBETS

(HOORAY!!)

Comment by ParticularCell7686 on wallstreetbets

I DIDNT HEAR NO BELL!!! 👏👏

Comment by zatpip on wallstreetbets

I DIDNT HEAR NO BELL

HUGE

Comment by Bobblehead_1791 on UraniumSqueeze

I have smaller positions in FMC CUR LAM FIND because they have strong upside. They are not currently part of ETFs though and their value is expected to have a lag. PLU is currently trading at 3% of its NPV. It has HUGE upside as soon as the Peruvian courts sort their legal battle.

Comment by No-Grade3551 on CryptoCurrency

I’m not even able to fucking sell my bitcoins because of HUGE fees of moving it from wallet to exchange for christ sake

Comment by ccre4life on wallstreetbets

It’s amazing to me how I have had like 4 HUGE upswings in my portfolio and have consistently lost it within a week to end up basically flat.

100% returns aren’t that hard, it’s holding them that’s hard.

Comment by AloneForever on investing

You might be thinking this is bad news, but this is actually great news for stocks. It means we’re about to get a HUGE free money cash injection from our savior Jerome Powell.

HYLN

Comment by Greyz12 on stocks

Hi,

  1. Just started investing in the US Market around Aug 2020. My current portfolio:

SIRI 1 share

TSLA 5 shares

ICLN 29 shares

PFE 1 shares

NIO 30 share

HYLN 18 shares

LI 10 shares

PLTR 42 shares

My worst buy is HYLN but holding it for long term. Current profit USD$1200. Open to suggestions to improve my portfolio.

Comment by babcocksbabe1 on stocks

Anyone looking at HYLN at all?

Comment by felixthecatmeow on stocks

Please rate my portfolio. I’m 27 and canadian for reference.

VTI - 56% (Looking to keep adding either VTI or a different index with international exposure)

ARKG - 11.5%

ARKF - 6.5%

NET - 6%

TD - 6%

ICLN - 5%

PSTH - 5%

AUP - 1.5% (probably dropping this after FDA approval of roluperidone)

FSLY - 1% (swing traded FSLY and kept a couple shares with a near zero cost basis from the trading profits)

I recently exited a sizeable position in APHA, since I don’t like the merger.

Other than AUP and FSLY, these are all long term holds. PSTH depending on the target might or might not be.

I keep a small amount of cash ready for short term plays, mostly for my own enjoyment. HYLN was my most successful one.

I am aiming to rebalance a bit as I add more money, without selling anything, so that I’m about 70% index funds, with probably 50% VTI and 20% something more international so I’m not completely exposed to the US market.

Comment by HookersForDahl2017 on wallstreetbets

Welcome to the HYLN “I should have sold at 55” club, Lucid bagholders. The next step it to hold as it drops more, making sure you convince yourself it’s a long term play. I know I did.

Comment by Caramelman on stocks

I’m disturbed by the lack of HYLN …

Only real long haul EV option for the next 3-5 years.

You guys just never heard of it or … ?

IBKR

Comment by 69_oIo on SecurityAnalysis

Hi Guy, Looking for a help actually. Where do i find market open and close auction bid list or some table with all those info for free ? Also does it help finding which side prices are going?

Also where do i find stock float info ? Like put/ call ? Am using IBKR and live in outside US.

Comment by SignalSalamander on wallstreetbets

STOP LOOKING AT IBORROW DESK, ITS A IBKR TOOL, AND IBKR LITERALLY ON CNBC TELLING THEY WILL DO ANYTHING TO KEEP PRICE DOWN. EVEN ID THEY DIDNT CARE ITS JUST THEIR INFO, NOT ENTIRE MARKET

Comment by xx238 on stocks

The whole hype around GME got me interrested in stocks, put 500 euro on an IBKR account to see how it goes and been at it for a few weeks now. Recovered from my meme stock losses and been using finviz to look for good stocks but I’m not sure if I’m doing this right.

Feel like I’m picking way too risky stocks. Feel like I just got lucky with Ocugen for buying around 3 and selling at 16 and should do better fundamental analysis. I’d like to hear any of your thoughts!

Company Name / % of Net Liq

UR-ENERGY INC / 6.79%

DENISON MINES CORP / 6.38%

ADVAXIS INC / 5.89%

DIFFUSION PHARMACEUTICALS INC / 6.63%

NOVAN INC / 8.73%

9 METERS BIOPHARMA INC / 8.53%

URANIUM ENERGY CORP / 9.54%

TETRA TECHNOLOGIES INC / 8.91%

SENSEONICS HOLDINGS INC / 10.43%

VISLINK TECHNOLOGIES INC / 10.50%

AMERICAN RESOURCES CORP / 9.08%

SOCIAL CAPITAL HEDOSOPHI V-A / 8.04%

Comment by xx238 on stocks

The whole hype around GME got me interrested in stocks, put 500 euro on an IBKR account to see how it goes and been at it for a few weeks now. Recovered from my meme stock losses and been using finviz to look for good stocks but I’m not sure if I’m doing this right.

Feel like I’m picking way too risky stocks. Feel like I just got lucky with Ocugen for buying around 3 and selling at 16 and should do better fundamental analysis. I’d like to hear any of your thoughts!

Company Name / % of Net Liq

UR-ENERGY INC / 6.79%

DENISON MINES CORP / 6.38%

ADVAXIS INC / 5.89%

DIFFUSION PHARMACEUTICALS INC / 6.63%

NOVAN INC / 8.73%

9 METERS BIOPHARMA INC / 8.53%

URANIUM ENERGY CORP / 9.54%

TETRA TECHNOLOGIES INC / 8.91%

SENSEONICS HOLDINGS INC / 10.43%

VISLINK TECHNOLOGIES INC / 10.50%

AMERICAN RESOURCES CORP / 9.08%

SOCIAL CAPITAL HEDOSOPHI V-A / 8.04%

Comment by ST3N_ST3N on investing

Good Morning, I’m asking all my fellow South Africans. What do you guys use to trade international markets. At the moment I am verified on eToro and IBKR (Have not loaded any money on yet), but eToro has been getting alot of flak for being unreliable and IBKR has an intense maintenance cost for someone like me that barely has a $600 portfolio. I wanted to make sure that these are the only two options (I am aware of easy equities, but they are absolutely atrocious with their maintenance happening when the US markets are open). I’d appreciate any advice. Thank you in advance.

IMO

Comment by Freeloader_ on CryptoCurrency

I am no expert but IMO what were seeing here is beginning of 2017/2018 situation. This is no longer a dip but a straight out crash

Comment by alongfortheride on investing

I work for Penn Medicine. Today they sent out a notice that we had done our 1 millionth virtual visit since starting them in the spring of 2020. When the pandemic ends, the option of the virtual visit will remain but it will not be utilized as much. Why:

  1. A fair number of the 100 providers that are in the practice I work in are not fans of this visit type due to not being able to get a full set of vital signs, order same-day tests, or do a physical exam. A pulmonologist needs to hear the lungs and a cardiologist needs to hear the heart.
  2. Most patients would rather be seen in the office than via video visit. Fear of computers, knowing they need the MD to physically look/touch them, social contact [for some patients going to the MDs office is a great form of socialization].
  3. Justification for billing for a video may get harder once the pandemic is over. Insurance companies were willing to pay for the virtual visit during the pandemic because it was going to be cheaper than paying for increased care related to people catching covid at the doctor’s office, but, when the pandemic is over IMO they will decrease the visit rate paid for virtual visits [they will argue the provider has less interaction with the pt so should get less money.] The practices will not want to have decreased revenue so they will encourage pts to come into the office for their visits.

But, virtual visits are here to stay, they will not be completely taken away. Why:

  1. It is a great option for those with limited mobility to do a follow-up visit. I am expecting some providers/doctors to ask patients to be seen in the office once a year and then the rest of the year to be seen by video follow-ups if the pt is interested. If a pt has limited mobility they will have a higher interest in not having to leave the home to see the MD.
  2. Video visits decrease overhead for practices. Even though a video visit MAY be reimbursed at a lower rate by insurance companies in the future, they currently are paid at the same rate as an in-office visit. Having a good percentage of visits as video visits causes less need for staff to be in the office. This decreases office expenses and insurance risks. If practices can get the same rate for either visit, it is a cost saver.
  3. Insurance companies have agreed to this visit type and will be hard press to refuse to reimburse in the future. No State Department of Health will for will not for a reversal like that. They may be able to decrease the reimbursement fee but they won’t be able to not pay, IMO.

Of course, telehealth encompasses so much more than office visits, but, with the cost for a specialists visit running anywhere from $200-$500 a visit, believe me, if a health provider can find a way to make that kind of money with lower overhead they are going to use it.

Hope this gives you more to consider as you think about telehealth.

Comment by chris4xo on pennystocks

Capstone industries

$capc is the one it doesn’t happen often! New products next month and it’ll be at $5 short term $10-$20 long and I’m definitely all in on this one at .93 and buying as much as I can under $2 -Penny stock exempt 🤑 #OTCQB 💎 -Smart mirror will be household item And in business/casinos/ gyms and my house -25 mil float -directors own half! Insiders can buy on open market -no toxic debt -$5 coming IMO 🤑

Comment by lucinabeach10Iu on investing

Haven’t really seen much about telehealth, so I thought I’d put my 2 cents in on what I’ve been looking at and what I’ve found. I’m not going to run through why telehealth is bigger now than it was before 2020. It’s obvious. 

So, I’ve been checking out all the telehealth companies, specifically AMWL, since they’ve been booming and I’m wondering if anyone has found anything different.

Here are the players I’m looking at right now: AMWL, TDOC, CVS, ANTM; with my primary focus being on AMWL. 

AMWL: Full disclosure, I’ve been heavily following them since their Q3 earnings call. Launched its IPO in Sept. 2020 where it was $18 and had a three month high of $42. Stock is currently trading just under $30, and IMO is highly undervalued. Results from Q3 show that the company had more than 1.4 million virtual visits, a 450% increase from the same period in 2019. Revenue from Q3 was $62.6 million, an 80% increase. From what I’ve been seeing, I’m expecting an increase from the Q4 results as well. I dug up some info, and it’s got an investment of $100 million from Google. Also a partnership with Cleveland Clinic, and a recently launched telepsychiatry service, so there must be something here with large interest from these companies. It’s still at an attainable price and my thoughts are, since the telehealth industry is booming, this looks like the next one to grow. 

TDOC: If you don’t know, TDOC had it’s IPO in July of 2015 at $19 a share and now hovers in the $280s. TDOC’s 5-year trend shows that telehealth stocks haven’t JUST been growing because of the pandemic. TDOC has been growing for years, with a 179% stock price increase between its IPO in 2015 and November of 2019. This could be because it was the main player for so long (founded in 2002) and the only health service looking to the future of technology in health for some time. Q4 earnings aren’t yet announced, as none of the others have announced either, but I don’t know if I should bother this late in the game to invest. Short-term signals are positive.

CVS: The company started trading under the ticker we all recognize in 1996, but CVS didn’t enter the telehealth market until 2018 through a partnership with the big guy above, TDOC. CVS saw a 600% increase in its MinuteClinic virtual visits from Q1 of 2019 to Q2 of 2020. It’s got a tumultuous history, so that’s probably why it’s currently undervalued. But is it going to keep growing? It seems extremely diverse as a pharmacy and it bought out Aetna a couple years ago, so now a healthcare provider as well. But it just fell, again, so is this still a solid stock? From what I’m reading, the long-term health of the stock is still trying to find a solid footing. 

ANTM: this is an independent licensee of BCBS and is the 5th largest publicly traded health benefits company in the US. Its origins go back to the 40’s as Mutual Hospital Insurance, Inc. After years of mergers and growth, it went public in 2001 and then expanded into the telehealth sphere in 2018. ANTM opened in Oct 2001 at $20.25. I’m reading that it looks like Q4 is going to have a below average return. I am seeing that some are saying that it may be undervalued but from what I’m reading the stock is in the middle of a falling trend in the short term. There are also expectations that it’s supposed to fall up to 5.57% more in the next few months. 

Some thoughts: TDOC is part of the EDOC ETF which recently launched last summer. Solid ETF choice that’s seen a 28% growth in the last 3 months. We see SO MUCH about ARKK, but I’m thinking EDOC is overlooked. My thoughts: getting into EDOC to mitigate risk, and investing individually in AMWL. 

TLDR: no brainer: telehealth is up, but I’m hyped on AMWL. Best-in-class technology stack, huge partner investments, incredible price upside, major revenue increases with what looks to be a positive Q4 earnings call. 

Comment by hatrickpatrick on wallstreetbets

I know I keep saying this, but honestly paper hands shouldn’t be a thing for one simple reason: losses from this shouldn’t anything you didn’t budget for and certainly shouldn’t hurt you financially in any way other than the general “well losing money gambling always feels kinda shit” way. If it goes any further than that, IMO you’re doing it wrong.

That’s the nice thing about having thrown money into this that you’re literally not expecting to get back with any degree of certainty, the dips don’t make you panic since you’re not really losing anything to begin with. Assuming you’ve done this, there’s really no such thing as “panic selling” because there’s nothing to “panic” about.

My attitude to this has always been the same, folks really shouldn’t be gambling on anything like this with money they need for anything essential. Personally I threw in cash I’d had saved since last summer for things like movie, nightclub and concert tickets seeing as literally all of that was cancelled last year because of the pandemic - so if it drops to zero, meh, I paid a few hundred euro to be part of something which, no matter what happens from here on out, was a fucking historic moment that will be written about for years to come.

Just my opinion obviously, folks should absolutely do whatever they want with their own money and this is pure opinion, but my view on this is exactly the same as my view of a night at the races or a game of cards with the lads - if you’re gambling with money you’ll be genuinely distressed and even endangered by not getting back at the end of the night, you really shouldn’t be gambling at all.

To put this in simpler terms, don’t buy a ticket to the moon if doing so means you can’t afford your rent or breakfast when you get home from the trip.

Tl;dr, gamble on stonks with cash you have to spare or had saved for something fun and discretionary like tickets for shit, drinking, etc. Don’t gamble on stonks with cash you need for rent, food, or basically not being absolutely miserable and stressed out. If you follow that rule, paper hands can’t influence you at all.

INTC

Comment by MurtaghInfin8 on stocks

28 y/o

20% MSOS~ 20% YOLO~ 20% ARKG~ 20% DIS~ 20% INTC (plan on selling this after some of the Tesla hype settles down)

These stocks are the ones I actively keep an eye on and have much more invested in the S&P/emerging markets/etc.

Got any recommendations?

Edit: mobile formatting sucks. Hopefully this is slightly better.

Comment by househoff on stocks

Hi, I’m a 26 YO engineer and I have been dabbling in RobinHood for the past 3 years, although I invested the majority this year accumulating about $4k. (I also have around 100K in professionally managed 401-Ks and brokerages). With that said, here’s my RobinHood portfolio. I’m trying to target around 80% of my portfolio being long-term holds (ETFS, long-term growth, dividends) and ~20% gambling (meme stocks and shorts). I am thinking of rebalancing this week. Thoughts?

  • HMCLY - 2.8%
  • F - 6.7%
  • TSN - 3.8%
  • WM - 3.6%
  • BEP - 4.3%
  • INTC - 2.5%
  • MSFT - 12.1%
  • V - 11.0 %
  • CURI - 0.7%
  • CRSR - 4.6%
  • PLTR - 3.8%
  • QQQ - 16%
  • VOO - 17.4%
  • ICLN - 7.0%

Comment by househoff on stocks

Hi, I’m a 26 YO engineer and I have been dabbling in RobinHood for the past 3 years, although I invested the majority this year accumulating about $4k. (I also have around 100K in professionally managed 401-Ks and brokerages). With that said, here’s my RobinHood portfolio. I’m trying to target around 80% of my portfolio being long-term holds (ETFS, long-term growth, dividends) and ~20% gambling (meme stocks and shorts). I am thinking of rebalancing this week. Thoughts?

  • HMCLY - 2.8%
  • F - 6.7%
  • TSN - 3.8%
  • WM - 3.6%
  • BEP - 4.3%
  • INTC - 2.5%
  • MSFT - 12.1%
  • V - 11.0 %
  • CURI - 0.7%
  • CRSR - 4.6%
  • PLTR - 3.8%
  • QQQ - 16%
  • VOO - 17.4%
  • ICLN - 7.0%

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Can we go full circle and go from FAANG to FAPPENING?

FB / APPL / PENN / PYPL / ETSY / NFLX / NVDA / INTC / NIO / GME

Comment by ReversalTheory on wallstreetbets

I’m hedging with BA, INTC and IBM calls. Am I doing it right? Is this how hedging works?

IP

Comment by sentimentaleducation on stocks

I’m putting money in for sure at least in the beginning, my kids loved this game but the in game messenger needs a lot of work. I would check the messages regularly, nothing bad ever, and the one time it did I was lucky to catch it while it was happening. But two people were in a group chat with my kid and they were definitely doing some not ok grooming shit. Talking about how the other avatar was hot and slowly escalating in chat. Haven’t let them back on since then. That’s one red flag to keep an eye on, aside from the IP issues.

Comment by firststrike001 on stocks

Shut up, there is NONE. You own some unknown companies with HQ in cayman islands that are unofficially using chinese names. ccp will file a case of IP theft againt them.
Hail ccp.

Comment by firststrike001 on stocks

Shut up, there is NONE. You own some unknown companies with HQ in cayman islands that are unofficially using chinese names. ccp will file a case of IP theft againt them.
Hail ccp.

Comment by sentimentaleducation on stocks

I’m putting money in for sure at least in the beginning, my kids loved this game but the in game messenger needs a lot of work. I would check the messages regularly, nothing bad ever, and the one time it did I was lucky to catch it while it was happening. But two people were in a group chat with my kid and they were definitely doing some not ok grooming shit. Talking about how the other avatar was hot and slowly escalating in chat. Haven’t let them back on since then. That’s one red flag to keep an eye on, aside from the IP issues.

Comment by MrMikeGriffith on stocks

I would need to hear something from them addressing IP infringement on their platform and to see evidence that they are cleaning up the content. Otherwise, you need to build in that risk to any valuation. Yes, they probably print cash, but how much is on the backs of content that infringes on the IP of other companies? If they continue to turn a blind eye to that it could amplify the risk to earnings if the legal hammer is dropped.

IPOE

Comment by giacomoerre on SecurityAnalysis

What do you think about SoFi going public through IPOE reverse merger? It is a story of growth AND quality, however the valuation is quite generous(consider also additional dilution due to SPAC mechanisms), even by today’s standards. If one were to believe their 5yrs forecasts, the valuation could be considered acceptable. However, these forecasts are clearly more of an optimistic guesswork than anything else… Are you going to open a position or are you waiting further?

(The investor presentation can be found on other subreddit a, such as r/SPACs without difficulty)

Comment by SorrowsSkills on stocks

20 M Canadian, hope this post isn’t buried because I really want some opinions. I started investing a few months before the pandemic by putting 5k into sp500 and nasdaq etf combine and bought a couple shares in facebook and tesla, then the crash happened, I bought some stuff and have continued buying ever since, got lucky with my entrance into the market (bought amazon just below 1700$ on its lowest peak during the crash haha, and now my portfolio has grown in size to over 60k.

  1. Tesla 28%
  2. Beyond Meat 11%
  3. NET 8%
  4. PINS 7%
  5. SQ 7%
  6. Amazon 7%
  7. SE Limited 7%
  8. IPOE 6%
  9. Clover Health 4.5%
  10. ARKG 4%
  11. Alibaba 4%
  12. Disney 2.5%

and a 4% into bitcoin, which compared to my overall portfolio I think is a bit much, but I’ll just leave it be.

Comment by giacomoerre on SecurityAnalysis

What do you think about SoFi going public through IPOE reverse merger? It is a story of growth AND quality, however the valuation is quite generous(consider also additional dilution due to SPAC mechanisms), even by today’s standards. If one were to believe their 5yrs forecasts, the valuation could be considered acceptable. However, these forecasts are clearly more of an optimistic guesswork than anything else… Are you going to open a position or are you waiting further?

(The investor presentation can be found on other subreddit a, such as r/SPACs without difficulty)

Comment by SorrowsSkills on stocks

20 M Canadian, hope this post isn’t buried because I really want some opinions. I started investing a few months before the pandemic by putting 5k into sp500 and nasdaq etf combine and bought a couple shares in facebook and tesla, then the crash happened, I bought some stuff and have continued buying ever since, got lucky with my entrance into the market (bought amazon just below 1700$ on its lowest peak during the crash haha, and now my portfolio has grown in size to over 60k.

  1. Tesla 28%
  2. Beyond Meat 11%
  3. NET 8%
  4. PINS 7%
  5. SQ 7%
  6. Amazon 7%
  7. SE Limited 7%
  8. IPOE 6%
  9. Clover Health 4.5%
  10. ARKG 4%
  11. Alibaba 4%
  12. Disney 2.5%

and a 4% into bitcoin, which compared to my overall portfolio I think is a bit much, but I’ll just leave it be.

Comment by Reddit_guard on stocks

My non-meme portfolio circa Jan 2021; while the meme investing has been great for the dopamine, I’m trying to hone my value strategies with this portfolio a la Graham and Buffett. This is my breakdown so far as I slowly branch out to different sectors/adjust exposure:

DIS ~15%

ARKK ~15%

AAPL ~10%

VALE ~10%

IPOE ~10%

ACI ~10%

ARMZX ~5%

DAL ~5%

VST ~5%

YCBD ~5%

10% free cash waiting for developments re: inauguration.

I’m considering a handful of stocks as well. Particularly looking at SU, BAC, DVA, and HMC.

Some of the ones that seem odd for a value portfolio I imagine – IPOE was grabbed as soon as SOFI was the announced target. It’s extremely unlikely the merger proceeds and there is great upside once it happens. YCBD seems to be one of the stronger presences in the CBD market and could absolutely grow if we continue trending towards overall cannabis legalization. VALE is more speculative nickel play and I imagine I won’t be adding much unless EV trend continues as is. Any stocks I should consider? Any that seem too risky to keep at the current level of exposure? Thanks in advance!

IRS

Comment by McBurger on CryptoCurrency

How does it not resonate with any of you, that the fact that alert sources like Whale Alert can even exist? That OP’s post like this is possible?

There’s countless people analyzing every BTC transaction. Why the hell do you keep your money on a blockchain where it’s possible for anyone to build push notifications on your wallet balance‽ the IRS is using sophisticated Chainalysis to do it much better.

Use your head, use Monero. 🙄

Comment by H83rAid on investing

I’m going to poke a quick hole in your thesis. In the US minimum wage for tipped employees is $2.13 per hour (for federal, this does vary by state) and pizza delivery companies in my experience pay 50%-60% of the IRS milage which only really covers a bit more than fuel costs for drivers. Drivers (employees) must also provide their own vehicle and insurance coverages. All of this is huge cost savings over having an actual fleet that would require insurance and maintenance.

Companies like Uber/Grubhub/Lyft/Postmates are even more, imho, predatory when it comes to shifting overhead to the most vulnerable employees, but they have fleets that drivers can rent in the most populated markets. My understanding is that these are like a loss-leader model that ensures the ecosystem isn’t harmed by lack of drivers to meet demand.

Not sure I believe companies have enough incentive to build out their own fleets in the delivery space yet. Yet being the key word. If there were laws limiting liability for companies with automated fleets, lower insurance burdens, and/or an all-inclusive SAAS model for renting the fleet that included maintenance, I would absolutely consider this scenario differently.

TLDR: DPZ’s success is built on a franchise model that minimizes liabilities, especially related to deliveries and labor costs

Comment by McBurger on CryptoCurrency

How does it not resonate with any of you, that the fact that alert sources like Whale Alert can even exist? That OP’s post like this is possible?

There’s countless people analyzing every BTC transaction. Why the hell do you keep your money on a blockchain where it’s possible for anyone to build push notifications on your wallet balance‽ the IRS is using sophisticated Chainalysis to do it much better.

Use your head, use Monero. 🙄

Comment by TopPackage on wallstreetbets

Anyone that’s down big in 2021, and doesn’t want to carry forward 3k in tax write offs until they die (cause they lost their life savings and don’t see a massive gain to offset the loss anytime soon) should start day trading a single share of something.

Then use the day trading as proof for TTS (trader tax status) with the IRS which allows you to write off everything as a business expense. Then also elect mark to market tax treatment and you can write off the entire loss against your w2 income, instead of only 3k per year for eternity. It also removes the wash sale rule.

I’m not a tax accountant, but I read Green Trader Tax website and that’s what I got from it.

Comment by TheAuggieboy on wallstreetbets

The IRS called they said fuck you pay me

IT

Comment by TheHumanCalculator_ on wallstreetbets

PACK IT DRILL TEAM 6 SQUEAL TEAM 6 IS HERE REEEE

Comment by Denaneha on CryptoCurrency

PUMP IT UP You know you got to pump it up 🎵🎵🎵🎶🎶🎶🚀🚀🚀

Comment by GibiMD on CryptoCurrency

Well, my GF forgot to tell me this morning she has her period. So IT IS bloody monday. Need to change a bunch of sheets now….

Comment by InJOEnuity on stocks

Ok I agree with all the comments which I am guessing is coming from the way MOST have been trained to think from no fault of their own. THATS THE WAY IT WAS NOT THE WAY ITS GUNNA BE. I believe things will shift greatly in the near future. The retail world is starting to learn how to make that change. “5 million to move a ticker to make profit”. If you take 2000 retail nubs to put up 2500 what’s that give you. Do what you think is right and take care of yourself. Self preservation is why we invest ya?? 2 things will never ever change ppl will make $ and ppl will lose$. I have worked to hard to give my money away. Fomo is not a valid reason to invest. But it is a chance to learn and manage you risk without fucking up what you built. I have lost a lot who gives a fuck it’s lessons you paid for some more then others. I could ramble for ever but 1 thing you should take from this nonsense is. Don’t EVER FUCKN GIVE UP. that’s when you will lose everything. It’s only money. I am retarded and eat a lot of crayons. Good wishes to you all I hope everyone becomes fucking a millionaire and if your not Keep fucking trying you will learn. Just be patient!!!!!!!!!

Comment by Jclevs11 on wallstreetbets

PUT IT IN REVERSE TERR!! AAHH LAWWDD

ITM

Comment by hakimbomadadda on stocks

You guys think leaps expiring in may 2021 is too close? Thinking of selling my Uber calls and exchanging for shares.(its heavily ITM rn—strike price 37)

Edit: By the way, that guide on what to do if a stock is falling is just fantastic. That has put into words so much of what has made my portfolio successful. I finally feel like I know what I’m doing when it comes to stocks.

Comment by gitpullhoes on stocks

I have $1.2 Million in cash I received from my tenant as collateral and need to return that $1.2 million back in 2 years, when they move out (assuming no damages). I’m aiming for 30% gains on investing this money. What stocks would you distribute this money into if you were to invest it next week?

I’m thinking 50% NVDA 50% TSLA and writing covered calls (never lower strike than my entry), but I’m also a noob. Once I reach 30% gains I would either sell or write one more ITM covered call .

Comment by FrankMRedington on wallstreetbets

Gme can be squeezed by buying 500’000 2/26 ITM calls which currently would cost you less than 250MM. The potential profit for doing so lies in the billions and I wonder why no hedge fund or billionaire is going for it. Carl Icahn squeezed Bill Ackmann just for Fun in Herbalife so..

Comment by viveleroi on pennystocks

Luckily I already dumped the few stocks I no longer wanted to be in, for either no loss or tiny loss. Now I’m just holding stocks I’m happy to be with long-term. I’ve mostly used up the extra funds I had to buy the dip, but I did lower my cost average on several.

Looks like two puts I sold on (stock symbol removed cause it’s auto-banned) will expire ITM this Friday though, but I’m not worried, I figured they would. I’ll just sell CC as long as I can.

Comment by diddycorp on wallstreetbets

Been adding qqq stonks and 6 months out ITM and ATM calls everyday day for the last three trading days. Last time qqq went down 5 straight days was 2018, and after 5 days, everyone has turned on tech. Don’t fucking tell me tech went down cuz yield went up. Yield going up would affect every sector, not just tech. Last I checked, tech had been reaping record profits and will continue to do so.

JD

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

Comment by Dtodaizzle on SecurityAnalysis

Have anyone else here done a DCF on BABA? The WACC for BABA is 11.5% and cost of equity is 12.2% on Finbox, which is astoundingly high compared to other Chinese stocks such as JD and Tencent (9%). Using a discount rate of 9%-10% for BABA for a 10 yr DCF make BABA look deeply undervalued compared to other riskier Chinese stocks, like NIO or PDD.

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

Comment by easyup360 on stocks

Have a 100K portfolio in RH. I am looking for 50-60% growth YOY. What do you guys think? Am I correctly balanced for that?

FB - 35%

AAPL - 15%

ETFs (SKYY +ARKK) - 15%

MSFT - 10%

China (BABA + JD + TCEHY) - 10%

TSLA - 5%

15% in SPACs and Meme stocks ( IPOC, GIX, CCL, BFT etc)

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

JMIA

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

Comment by TheJawsofIce on UraniumSqueeze

Yeah my portfolio is looking pretty bad today. JMIA in particular is down like 8%. I got in when it was at its peak. But it was steadily climbing. And now it’s falling.

Comment by urgirlsmomsdaddy on stocks

PLUG, JMIA and NIO just want my butthole lately

Comment by TheJawsofIce on UraniumSqueeze

Yeah my portfolio is looking pretty bad today. JMIA in particular is down like 8%. I got in when it was at its peak. But it was steadily climbing. And now it’s falling.

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

JNJ

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started this month:

  • AMZN 51.3%
  • GOOGL 27.8%
  • NVDA 8.5%
  • AAPL 4.2%
  • MSFT 3.6%
  • JNJ 2.4%
  • PEP 2.3%

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started in December. Thought it wasn’t a good time to enter, but I already made a 5% gain. Probably a beginner’s luck + bull market continuing with the new administration. Rate my portfolio (sidenote: can’t buy fractional shares so quite unbalanced)

  • AMZN 36.5% (+2.65%)
  • GOOGL 21% (+9.33%)
  • TSLA 18.8% (+14.45%)
  • DIS 3.8% (-0.27%)
  • AAPL 3.1% (+4.97%)
  • FB 3% (+2.81%)
  • MSFT 2.5% (+2.80%)
  • CRM 2.5% (-0.25%)
  • V 2.2% (-5.63%)
  • JNJ 1.8% (+6.37%)
  • PEP 1.5% (-5.08%)
  • PG 1.4% (-5.28%)
  • ABT 1.3% (+2.07%)
  • KO 0.5% (-2.53%)

JPM

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by JhoLow_1MDB on wallstreetbets

The market is reacting to inflation right NOW, but over the ensuing weeks it’ll bounce back when it starts to react to prospects of a massively growing GDP due to re-opening. Both JPM and Goldman are super bullish on the economy this year and are predicting on the order of 7-9% GDP growth. JPM even expects the US to outperform China this year.

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by programmingguy on investing

For retailers like me who don’t go very deep into financials and business operations as the pros, it’s about having a margin of safety. If there’s a broad based market, sector panic or temporary performance based setbacks in the share price, you get an opportunity to buy high conviction stocks for the long term that you believe are quality which the market would otherwise have paid a premium for.

As an example, I like JP Morgan Chase as a stable TBTF bank with a descent dividend and a fortress balance sheet capable of weathering any storm I can think of. They’ve proved it multiple times. I would never have bought it prior to the pandemic because it was always a market favorite among the big banks and pretty much chugged along underperforming the broader market. I had a bunch of opportunities during the pandemic. Here are my buys…all during dips or corrections:

03/10/2020: $96.07/shr (+55.94%) vs S&P 500 (+41.42%)

03/18/2020: $85.18/shr (+75.86%) vs S&P 500 (+52.62%)

04/14/2020: $94.7/shr (+58.14%) vs S&P 500 (+40.71%)

04/21/2020: $89/shr (+68.27%) vs S&P 500 (+37.67%)

05/13/2020: $84.18/shr (+78%) vs S&P 500 (+35.40%)

Average gain since first JPM buy: +67.48% vs S&P500’s +41.46%

This is discounting the ~4% dividend yield during my buys. I do this with a lot of stocks and it’s been working for me since the beginning of this bull market. The market seems to overreact in the short term and in the long term reprices accordingly. That overreaction is where an opportunity presents if you are a buyer.

My portfolio is split between index funds (33% retirement), growth stocks (~30%) that are super volatile, low to slow growing stocks (%30%) that chugg along and 5% to 10% in bonds that act as dry powder for major corrections. The growth stocks lift the portfolio, the index funds and low volatility stocks provide stability. The bond allocation doesn’t do much but neither does it drag the portfolio as the growth component makes up for it.

Comment by PeleMaradona on stocks

Looking for opinions on my portfolio. A bit worried that it’s too ‘tech’ heavy, but the again, drawing a strict line between tech and other industries is getting harder these days. Also, Tesla having such a large share was not intended and can be explained by it’s explosive growth over the last year.

34 yo with long-term investment horizon:

+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| TSLA  | Tesla Inc                  | 15.9% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| AAPL  | Apple Inc                  | 12.0% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| AMZN  | Amazon.com Inc             | 11.8% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SQ    | Square Inc                 | 11.7% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| BRK'B | Berkshire Hathaway Inc Del | 9.6%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| MSFT  | Microsoft Corp             | 7.4%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| ICLN  | Ishares S&p Global Clean   | 5.5%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| GLD   | Spdr Gold Tr               | 5.4%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DIS   | Walt Disney Co             | 5.1%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| O     | Realty Income Corp         | 3.2%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SE    | Sea Limited                | 2.7%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| JPM   | Jpmorgan Chase & Co        | 2.6%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DG    | Dollar General Corporation | 2.5%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DKNG  | Draftkings Inc             | 2.0%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SBUX  | Starbucks Corp             | 1.7%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| RKT   | Rocket Companies Inc       | 0.8%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+

KO

Comment by 467danny on stocks

Started in Late October:

17% AMD (Oct 28th)

20% CNR.TO (Nov 16th)

13% KO (Nov 5th)

13% NIO (Nov 17th)

4% SU.TO (Nov 16th)

17% VFV.TO (Nov 16th)

I have recently got into investing and quite unsure about my decisions. I put 3.4k to invest in my TFSA (Questtrade) and I put $550 into my TD TFSA which I plan on cancelling asap (Commission fee hurts)

TD TFSA (I want to cancel asap)

50% CNR.TO (Oct 21st)

10% EMA.TO (Oct 21st)

40% RY.TO (Oct 21st)

Also, quick question. What should be my price range and quantity? I’ve been trying to stick to under $100 and buying at least 5 shares. I feel unsure about this since they move in percentages

Comment by SaveTheAles on wallstreetbets

You think KO is going to be pissed when all the white people start showing up on colored people time? Think it’s time to rotate into PEP.

Comment by MightyCaseyStruckOut on wallstreetbets

The only 2 stocks I own that aren’t red today are KO and T. Go figure.

Comment by gweebs on wallstreetbets

guys. whole market red except for KO which I’m pretty sure is a safe stock for big money

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started in December. Thought it wasn’t a good time to enter, but I already made a 5% gain. Probably a beginner’s luck + bull market continuing with the new administration. Rate my portfolio (sidenote: can’t buy fractional shares so quite unbalanced)

  • AMZN 36.5% (+2.65%)
  • GOOGL 21% (+9.33%)
  • TSLA 18.8% (+14.45%)
  • DIS 3.8% (-0.27%)
  • AAPL 3.1% (+4.97%)
  • FB 3% (+2.81%)
  • MSFT 2.5% (+2.80%)
  • CRM 2.5% (-0.25%)
  • V 2.2% (-5.63%)
  • JNJ 1.8% (+6.37%)
  • PEP 1.5% (-5.08%)
  • PG 1.4% (-5.28%)
  • ABT 1.3% (+2.07%)
  • KO 0.5% (-2.53%)

LIVE

Comment by Runner20mph on wallstreetbets

I LIVE FOR THIS and MEMES

Comment by Nas909 on wallstreetbets

Felt that one down in my plums!

LEGENDS LIVE FOR-FUCKING-EVER! 🚀🌙💎🙌🏽

Comment by Nas909 on wallstreetbets

Felt that one down in my plums!

LEGENDS LIVE FOR-FUCKING-EVER! 🚀🌙💎🙌🏽

Comment by 866FRUIT on CryptoCurrency

I LIVE FOR THIS SHIT

Comment by KingofTheTorrentine on CryptoCurrency

ITS MY FAULT. IM SORRY.

I CANT LIVE WITH THE GUILT.

When I buy it drops, and when I sell it rises. I forgot to hit the sell button and have been to ashamed to buy any

LMND

Comment by rifleman209 on stocks

Rate my PF:
14% LMND
12% V
11% BUD
10% CRM
8% MSFT
7% TSLA
7% SPGI
7% ROP
5.5% K
5.5% CL
5% COST
4% SCI
4% HIFS

Comment by Fine_Priest on stocks

What a bloodbath again!

Li and LMND absolutely murdered me today!

Comment by Objective_Jacket_270 on stocks

Newbie investor, first time posting. Portfolio at around 10,000 looking to add 20,000 to existing holdings. Considering to get more PLUG and PLTR later today. Am I spread too thin?
Edit: I’m 26 this year looking to hold for the next 6 months at least.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

20% / AAPL / -0.86%

10% / GME / 11.22%

9% / SQ / 5.29%

8% / TSLA / 16.53%

6% / LMND / 5.14%

5% / PLUG / 4.86%

5% / ARKG / 17.01%

5% / Hydrogen / -1.89%

5% / PTON / 16.15%

4% / GOEV / -7.92%

4% / CRWD / 10.44%

3% / NIO / -1.10%

2% / ARKQ / 12.75%

2% / DOCU / 10.05%

2% / BABA / 3.10%

2% / CRM / -2.03%

2% / AMD / -4.38%

1% / WMT / -0.96%

1% / PINS / 0.95%

1% / SBE / 14.58%

1% / NET / 5.95%

1% / RDFN / 9.59%

Comment by Objective_Jacket_270 on stocks

Newbie investor, first time posting. Portfolio at around 10,000 looking to add 20,000 to existing holdings. Considering to get more PLUG and PLTR later today. Am I spread too thin?
Edit: I’m 26 this year looking to hold for the next 6 months at least.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

20% / AAPL / -0.86%

10% / GME / 11.22%

9% / SQ / 5.29%

8% / TSLA / 16.53%

6% / LMND / 5.14%

5% / PLUG / 4.86%

5% / ARKG / 17.01%

5% / Hydrogen / -1.89%

5% / PTON / 16.15%

4% / GOEV / -7.92%

4% / CRWD / 10.44%

3% / NIO / -1.10%

2% / ARKQ / 12.75%

2% / DOCU / 10.05%

2% / BABA / 3.10%

2% / CRM / -2.03%

2% / AMD / -4.38%

1% / WMT / -0.96%

1% / PINS / 0.95%

1% / SBE / 14.58%

1% / NET / 5.95%

1% / RDFN / 9.59%

Comment by rifleman209 on stocks

Rate my PF:
14% LMND
12% V
11% BUD
10% CRM
8% MSFT
7% TSLA
7% SPGI
7% ROP
5.5% K
5.5% CL
5% COST
4% SCI
4% HIFS

LOVE

Comment by jdb1121 on wallstreetbets

I FUCKING LOVE THIS! HOLY SHIT

Comment by hanya4681 on wallstreetbets

OH MAN THANK YOU I LOVE THIS

Comment by Either-Reality8274 on wallstreetbets

WE LOVE THE STOCK

Comment by FineHousing7269 on wallstreetbets

DO NOT FUCKING SELL MY BEAUTIFUL AND GORGEOUS RETARDED APES, I LOVE YOU ALL!!!!!

Comment by OnlyPostWhenShitting on wallstreetbets

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE 10 SECONDS DELAY WHEN YOU TRY TO COMMENT!

WSB ARE BACK LADIES AND GENTLEMEN AND WE ARE COMING FOR YOUR GME SHARES!

GME 🚀🚀🚀

LTC

Comment by thebucho on CryptoMarkets

I love that LTC is ace Ventura 🤣

Comment by JaxTellerr on CryptoCurrency

Wow just woke up. LTC is really not doing well.

Comment by A–A-RON on CryptoCurrency

Something is wrong with my LTC chart. Please reset.

Comment by Center60 on CryptoCurrency

I’m in XLM and LTC (“in” meaning all of $250). Any suggestions which coins I should be looking at and where to get them in Canada? Currently using Coinsquare but you can only buy a limited selection with them.

Obligatory I once had 10 Bitcoin in 2014. Obligatory I once had a good amount of Doge when the race car thing happened. Obligatory I’m an idiot who didn’t back up anything

Just set up the Reddit vault too which is pretty cool. Feel like I’m behind with the times, but now is a good place to start.

Cheers guys and gals.

Comment by kloti38 on CryptoCurrency

I guess I should invest more during the dip but I still remember 2017 when I bought high and then it started dropping, people were saying it will go back up but it didint until like now :D I bought LTC at like 250€ at the time so I am still recovering from that. Therefore I dont know, dont wanna panick, but dont want the same to happen. Then again if it does go back up I will be beating myself up for not putting in more now. Any advice please?

LUNA

Comment by Dirty_Punk42 on CryptoCurrency

ready for LUNA missile?

Comment by DetroitMotorShow on CryptoCurrency

What alts are you guys buying in the dip?

Im trying to add to LUNA bags, it was flying before BTC shat its pands, and hasnt dipped but infact has gone up 10% vs BTC since yesterday, And also trying to buy a bunch of SOLANA projects. Both are building institutional grade trading decentralised systems and bullish on Sol/Raydium - the first DEX with full decentralised order book/limit orders just released yesterday and is seeing a lot of trading right now - the fees are lower than pennies, and it can do over 80k txn/sec, thats around the same as VISA.

Comment by mermaliens on CryptoCurrency

Thinking of adjusting my portfolio, I currently hold approx equal amounts of XLM and LUNA but thinking of moving all of one into the other

I’m leaning towards LUNA since so I can stake, and it has real world users. But XLM seems like a safer bet in terms of market cap (#11 vs #43)

Anybody have any insights to help inform my opinion? I know this sub is very bullish on XLM but would like objective opinions pls

Comment by Anhowa123 on CryptoCurrency

UST (Terra) demand still going up - that is another 24 million LUNA burned. It is the little things carrying me today.

For those who had asked me about the MIR airdrop earlier (same applies to Anchor and SPAR) I posted earlier detailing it, give me a shout and ill add it here

Comment by DetroitMotorShow on CryptoCurrency

What alts are you guys buying in the dip?

Im trying to add to LUNA bags, it was flying before BTC shat its pands, and hasnt dipped but infact has gone up 10% vs BTC since yesterday, And also trying to buy a bunch of SOLANA projects. Both are building institutional grade trading decentralised systems and bullish on Sol/Raydium - the first DEX with full decentralised order book/limit orders just released yesterday and is seeing a lot of trading right now - the fees are lower than pennies, and it can do over 80k txn/sec, thats around the same as VISA.

LUV

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by winter32842 on stocks

I own about 149 different stocks (a lot of spacs). The only one that are positive are ZI, UVXY, LUV and T.

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

LYV

Comment by TKBTMSB on stocks

Im in a similar boat Took a 30% hit though Im still up a bit in 12 months. Follow the rules. I lost x amount and I blame myself for breaking my rules. Even worse is the gains i lost out on by selling LYV and other sticks to play the game

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by hard_carbon_hands on stocks

Disclaimer: I’m not encouraging people to sell, I’m encouraging people to take their time and take an extra look at their portfolio and see if there are any opportunities on a day like this, because panic introduces opportunities.

Just a small example and I mean, I know it is easy to post a “good” trade after the price has settled, but my point is still valid. I have a bunch of those let’s say ‘riskier’ stocks such as CRSR, CRSPR, NET, PLTR among others. They were ****ing bleeding, down 18%, 12%, 14% etc. You get the gist. Sweaty morning for sure. Anyways, I also have other stuff such as LYV.

What did I do today? I have been looking for a while to take profit/exit my position of LYV. I bought at ~$40 back in May 7th, so a solid ~100%. I know stuff is opening up, but I think that is already included in the current price estimates, they have an earnings in two days etc. Just felt like a good time to exit. LYV and other of those stocks hit hard by the corona lockdown was relatively stable, so down like 1-2% during the opening today. This is by no means a promotion of PLTR, I am just bullish on it and wanted to rebalance my portfolio to include more PLTR. It was down what, over 13% at some point which was exaggerated imho and it was clearly an opportunity to buy. If you looked, it seems like there is some sort of floor at $24 dollars. Even if you do not have the liquidity, you can always take a look at your portfolio and rebalance it, and days like these are super good to do so. If you think there is an overcorrection or if you are looking for an exit in a position, be a bit cold and actually do the trade, if you believe there is an opportunity to buy something else.

Sold 21 LYV @ 87.91

Bought 70 PLTR @ 24.00 => e.g. with 70 more, I have a total of 504 PLTR

TLDR: People tell you to put your phone away, close your computer and take a walk when the stock market is fucked up. I say, grit your teeth, take a look and see if there are some opportunities.

Comment by TKBTMSB on stocks

Im in a similar boat Took a 30% hit though Im still up a bit in 12 months. Follow the rules. I lost x amount and I blame myself for breaking my rules. Even worse is the gains i lost out on by selling LYV and other sticks to play the game

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

MA

Comment by cedrizzy on wallstreetbets

I like how the mods knew we would go full retard today.

edit: the fuck you guys giving me awards for? SPEND IT ON GME AND GIT MA TENDIES!

Comment by TheHandsomestMatt on pennystocks

Financials don’t look too bad considering. Looks like it crossed the 200 MA a little bit ago and seems to have some upward momentum to it, might be worth a flier if volume is up today and tomorrow

Comment by gupppies on wallstreetbets

boomers be making it red so that we sell out GME

AINT HAPPENING WITH MA DIAMOND HANDS BABY

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by sknolii on wallstreetbets

Holding is my only move.. I don’t have any cash left to buy 😔 Fingers crossed UAVS, PLTR, and FIZZ don’t stay under the MA long

MAN

Comment by eli5howtifu on wallstreetbets

I slept thru the fucking dip and my stop loss executed

WHY MAN WHYYYYY

Comment by LindyLegend on wallstreetbets

SOON MAY THE TENDIE MAN COME TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM

positions: 1000c 2/26 $ROPE

Comment by wasabimcdouble on wallstreetbets

BREAKING: DAVE PORTNOY BOUGHT SPY CALLS

throws glass at floor

EVERY MAN FOR HIS FUCKING SELF

Comment by hanya4681 on wallstreetbets

OH MAN THANK YOU I LOVE THIS

Comment by Hot_Acanthocephala53 on wallstreetbets

’ Inflation and employment remain well below the Federal Reserve’s goals, meaning easy monetary policy is likely to stay in place, central bank Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday. ‘

The MAN said

MARA

Comment by babytee21 on stocks

Jag X & MARA looking good !! Did anyone look into it ?

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

Comment by babytee21 on stocks

Jag X & MARA looking good !! Did anyone look into it ?

Comment by Eldo99 on CryptoMarkets

HUT, LGHL, DMG? Any thoughts here as I killed it in MARA and ARBKF, these seem a bit more speculative than even Argo was. I assume many of you play in both markets, although by getting caught by the sweep today in unsettled funds, I may be moving FT to cryptos. Thanks in advance for insights.

Comment by Eldo99 on CryptoMarkets

HUT, LGHL, DMG? Any thoughts here as I killed it in MARA and ARBKF, these seem a bit more speculative than even Argo was. I assume many of you play in both markets, although by getting caught by the sweep today in unsettled funds, I may be moving FT to cryptos. Thanks in advance for insights.

MGM

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

Comment by StrictDefinition4 on stocks

Not a bad day for me MGM DIS ORCL

Comment by TheGeoninja on investing

Who else has been rewarded for their stock convictions this year?

MGM has been the gift that keeps on giving for me so far this year, I’m in love with the overall story of legalized sports betting creating vertical integration opportunities with the NFL and NHL in Vegas through their loyalty program and the possibilities with it.

My thought process is that on the BetMGM platform fans will ultimately be able to get personalized offers combining trips to MGM properties around the US with sports tickets.

For example: Eagles are playing the Las Vegas Raiders in 2021, users get tickets to the game if they book a weekend stay at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Comment by Danielat7 on wallstreetbets

Thank you MGM for being my one green hope for today

Comment by al323211 on stocks

Bought the daily bottom on MGM and CNK. Also loaded up on some more WMT and NKE as tech seems to be in correction mode. Couldn’t help backing the truck up a bit on that AAPL dip though.

MGNI

Comment by ALLST6R on stocks

If I bought MGNI at the bottom today, I’d already be up +20%.

Why did this happen when I had no liquidity to buyyyyy.

Didn’t sell and miss the recovery boat though, so I’ll take the victories where I can, even though my portfolio is still mildly down

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

Comment by donutboy32 on stocks

Fairly new to investing so still trying to figure out exactly what I’m doing

CSTL 20.04% IEC 16.45% AAPL 14.32% MSFT 9.59% IBUY 9.21% APHA 8.98% MGNI 8.18% ZNGA 7.38% SSPK 5.85%

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

MMM

Comment by Zero_Gravity067 on stocks

Im newish but It sounds like you overreached with a portfolio that isn’t fully of the ground. Mine isn’t either but growing so I know how single tickers can effect you especially early on. It sounds like you took the cash from your previous hard work and sunk it into a single stock I think you are better of setting aside a certain % (say 20-25)for that and not the whole gain. And either pocket the rest or reinvest in “safe bets” like a dividend aristocrat or VOO

Stop digging and patience is really the solution and maybe develop a more specific strategy/watchlist (or at least go back to what was working) that you don’t deviate from. Im a small baller and no expert I started investing late August. I was in the red for almost the first three months I pivoted a portion of my portfolio from entirely “COVID flips” my initial investing idea to value dividend stocks. These helped stabilize me and dividends helped me ride the red psychologically. I also started using limit buys to be a bit picker about my entry but I’m buy and hold mostly so I have time on my side. I bought a company with a higher share price (for me) this overweighted my portfolio but that company was MMM and was a good and relatively safe stock a combination of these moves and the announcement of the Pfizer vaccine pulled me out of the red. If you overweight a small portfolio you have to pick correctly though or everything gets worse but if you get it right it does help.

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by reamona on stocks

MSFT - 13.29%

AAPL - 10.88%

CARR - 9.54%

AMD - 8.08%

MCD - 8%

TM - 7.66%

NIO - 6.89%

V - 7.5%

MDLZ - 5.38%

KO - 5.03%

HMC - 4.46%

HD - 4.26%

PFE - 3.73%

U - 3.2%

NLOK - 3.09%

I was thinking to add some MMM and EQNR. Or are there too many already? I had 20 tickers at some point and it was too much to handle.

Comment by Educational-Access on wallstreetbets

PLTR and MMM getting jiggy

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

MRNA

Comment by ToiletPaperHands69 on stocks

Noobie 29yo who just came in on the hype and learning tough lessons. Open to criticism about balancing going forward. Investing 3k and will likely add 500 a month to more ETFs going forward.

  • VOO 25%
  • ARKK 19%
  • ARKG 16 %
  • PLTR 13%
  • ICLN 5%
  • AAPL 4%
  • PSTH 3 %
  • NVDA 3%
  • MRNA 3%
  • GME 3%
  • AMD 2 %
  • FSR 1.5%
  • NIO 1.3%
  • CRSR 1.3%

Trying to avoid locking in losses and waiting out the meme stocks, with slowly transferring to a 90/10 ratio of ETF/Stocks. Right idea? I imagine I should continue buying up ICLN going forward and expanding that.

Comment by poseidon8424 on investing

Not just tech stocks but so are vaccine stocks like MRNA hitting more than a 20% drop

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

Comment by Smart-Mess on investing

Recently vaccine stocks like MRNA and BioNtech have been dropping over 20%, even with all the good news and new orders coming in. I wonder if now is the best time to buy because they are so low and can only continue to go up during May/ June when mass distribution will occur

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

MSCI

Comment by the-high-one on stocks

I’m 18 yo and I study IT-Security. I just started investing. In total I just invested about 350€ (Germany).

Global Clean Energy ETF (iShares) 15,39%

Core MSCI World ETF (iShares) 12,85%

Apple 13,07%

Microsoft 12,71%

Berkshire Hathaway 12,54%

P&G 11,62%

SAP 8,5%

Adobe 8,18%

Taat 2,34%

Watchlist:

Digital Security ETF

Cadence Design

PayPal

Veeva

Comment by nobodycaresssss on stocks

Would appreciate if you guys could rate my portfolio, i am just starting

iShares Core SP500 - 35%

iShares Global Clean Energy - 25%

Amundi Emerging Markers ETF - 20%

iShares Automation and Robotics - 10%

iShares MSCI World Small Cap - 10%

Comment by SmajerBoy25 on stocks

I made this for my dad (I’m 14 lol). My only two positions right now I have is 50/50 in CRSR and NIO for the short term. Any thoughts? Thanks! Numbers are % and I’m in Canada btw.

iShares Core S&P US Total Market Index ETF TSE: XUU

6.5

Vanguard FTSE Canada All Cap Index ETF TSE: VCN

4

Vanguard S&P 500 Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VSP

10.5

iShares NASDAQ 100 Index ETF (CAD-Hedged) TSE: XQQ

3

BMO Dow Jones Industrial Average Hedged to CAD Idx ETF TSE: ZDJ

1

Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF (CAD-hedged) TSE: VUS

6

iShares Core S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF TSE: XIC

7

iShares Core MSCI AC World ex Canada Idx ETF TSE: XAW

1.5

Vanguard Conservative ETF Portfolio TSE: VCNS

2.5

iShares Core Balanced ETF TSE: XBAL

6.5

Vanguard Growth ETF Portfolio TSE: VGRO

4.5

Vanguard Global Value Factor ETF TSE: VVL

2

iShares Canadian Value Index ETF TSE: XCV

1

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Information Tech Idx ETF TSE: XIT

2.5

TD Global Technology Leaders Index ETF TSE: TEC

5

iShares Self-Driving EV and Tech ETF NYSEARCA: IDRV

2

Ark Innovation ETF NYSEARCA: ARKK

2.5

Apple Inc NASDAQ: AAPL

4

Microsoft Corp. NASDAQ: MSFT

1.5

Alphabet Inc NASDAQ: GOOG

1.5

Nvidia Corp. NASDAQ: NVDA

2.5

Nio Inc NYSE: NIO

2.5GM0.5

Corsair Gaming Inc NASDAQ: CRSR

2

Citi Group Inc NYSE: C

0.5

Etsy Inc NASDAQ: ETSY

0.5

Scotia Bank TSE: BNS

4

Telus TSE: T

2

Berkshire Hathaway NYSE: BRK.B

2

Canadian National Railway TSE: CNR

0.5

iShares Global Clean Energy ETF NASDAQ: ICLN

1.5

iShares S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index ETF TSE: XUT

2

BMO Equal Weight Utilities Index ETF TSE: ZUT

0.5

Brookfield Renewable Partners TSE: BEP.UN

4

Comment by SandwichMaster5612 on stocks

Most holdings initiated end of May 2020 (some held across multiple acts e.g IXC, FINX). some I have added in the past ~month like JMIA, PLTR, PSTH, ACES etc… Some I have increased my exposure to as well, so they show as separate line items. I think XLK may be the odd one out which was initiated last year.

One thing I’ll mention is that I’m essentially constructing my stock and ETF portfolios as separate baskets to better gauge how over/under I am in terms of exposure to a BM such as MSCI or S&P. So the % of portfolio for equity is only for that basket and same for the ETF basket.

how do we feel?? anything to add or swap out? I know im pretty heavy in tech so I could potentially pare on a tech ETF and put into something else (currently no staples exposure).

Ticker % of portfolio (in %) G/L (in %)
PSTH 22 ~0
AMZN 20 4
PLTR 17 ~0
JMIA 7 2
JMIA 10 49
AAPL 4 50
PYPL 4 44
GOOGL 3 21
CRM 3 21
NFLX 3 15
LAZR 3 -18
AMAT 2 40
ISRG 1 36
EW 1 24
TOTAL 100%  
     

TICKER % of portfolio (in %) G/L (in %)
QQQ 26 35
XLK 15 51
ACES 11 ~0
GIGE 9 -3
XLY 7 27
FINX 5 ~0
IHI 5 25
FINX 4 41
CIBR 4 37
CLOU 4 34
KRE 4 34
SMH 3 41
IYJ 3 28
IYF 2 15
IXC ~0.80 -8

Comment by SchadenfreudeMachine on stocks

I tried posting this in the Bogleheads’ subreddit and forum but no one replied.

Goal is to have 100% global equity.

(The list of ETFs would be allocated according to VT)

- Invesco MSCI USA UCITS ETF (Swap-based ETS, this is where I avoid the 15% dividends tax, 0.05% ER)

- Lyxore Core STOXX Europe 600 (DR) UCITS ETF (0.07% ER)

- iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets IMI UCITS ETF (0.18% ER)

- Vangaurd FTSE Developed Asia ex Japan UCITS ETF (0.15% ER)

- iShares Core MSCI Japan IMI UCITS ETF (0.15% ER)

(Total expense ration is 0.08%)

Reasons behind my selections:

I am non-us investor, so I chose non-us domiciled ETFs to avoid the 30% tax on dividends.

I didn’t choose VRWD because the expense ration of 0.22% is too high and I would be taxed 15% on dividends on 60% (North America global weight) of the portfolio.

Is there something wrong with my selections that I missed? any input is appreciated.

MSFT

Comment by RockyMtns3 on stocks

85% of portfolio divided up between these (current unrealized return in parenthesis):

  • VTI - 35% (+35%)
  • MSFT - 15% (+99%)
  • V - 15% (+98%)
  • EXAS - 10% (+128%)
  • ICLN - 5% (+17%)
  • WM - 5% (+26%)
  • AWK - 5% (+76%)
  • NIO - 2% (+21%)
  • APPL - 2% (+5%)
  • SBUX - 2% (+87%)
  • SQ - 2% (+8%)
  • PTON - 1% (+30%)
  • PSTH - .5% (+5%)
  • NGA - .5% (+8%)

The other 15% is used for options and theta gang (ARKG, NET, CRM, PTON, and others)

Comment by atdharris on stocks

December 2020, just my taxable account - retirement accounts are all in index funds.

  • VANGUARD TOTAL STOCK MARKET ETF VTI 31.93%

  • VANGUARD FTSE DEVELOPED MARKETS ETF VEA 8.94%

  • MICROSOFT CORP MSFT 8.26%

  • PINTEREST INC REG SHS CL A PINS 8.13%

  • FACEBOOK INC CLASS A COMMON STOCK 7.33%

  • AMAZON COM INC COM AMZN 6.49%

  • VANGUARD FTSE EMERGING MARKETS ETF VWO 6.34%

  • NETFLIX COM INC NFLX 5.3%

  • ARK INNOVATION ETF ARKK 5.27%

  • APPLE INC AAPL 5.09%

  • PLTR PLANATIR TECHNOLOGIES INC REG SHS CL A PLTR 2.98%

  • Cash 4%

I dumped my bond holdings last quarter and added ARKK And PLTR. Everything else is a long term hold for me aside from Netflix and Pinterest, although I bought Pinterest at their IPO and added ~$15/share. Amazing to see it balloon to over 8% of my portfolio.

Comment by the_bedelgeuse on stocks

I will probably load up on MSFT Leaps

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by ssBurgy1484 on investing

Which tech stocks are you buying up today? I got a fair share of MSFT which I am happy about. Got my eye on QCOM…any thoughts?

MT

Comment by So_much_cum_ohgod on stocks

45% GME
45% CRSR
5% MT
5% BTWN

100% Moon.

Comment by buuce on stocks

18 years old. I just opened my portfolio this week and have about (70%) of what I mention:

  • NVDA (7.5%) / AAPL (7.5%) / AMD (5%) / MSFT (10%) / DIS (10%)
  • VOO (15%) / QQQ (4.5%)
  • ARKK (4%) / ARKG (3%) / ARKF (2%)
  • ICLN (4%) / QCLN (4%) / TAN (2%) / FAN (2%) / PBW (2%)
  • PSTH (3.5%) / PLTR (3.5%) / FSR (2%) / MT (2.5%)
  • CIBR (2.5%) / CRWD (3%)

Thoughts?

Comment by nimbwitz on stocks

Started back in December and hoping to use my saving to generate some growth instead of leaving it in my savings doing nothing. Currently holding the following in my portfolio:

  • AAPL - 4.53%
  • MT - 3.41%
  • KO - 3.51%
  • FLOW - 1.17%
  • MARA - 3.63%
  • NNDM - 0.94%
  • NIO - 6.07%
  • PLUG - 11.08%
  • PRX - 3.65%
  • QCOM - 5.38%
  • TTCF - 1.63%
  • TSLA - 30.22%

ETF’s:

  • EXS1 - 10.04%
  • ESP0 - 3.03%
  • VWRL - 7.46%
  • WTAI - 4.24%

Edit: I’m living in the Netherlands

Comment by nimbwitz on stocks

Started back in December and hoping to use my saving to generate some growth instead of leaving it in my savings doing nothing. Currently holding the following in my portfolio:

  • AAPL - 4.53%
  • MT - 3.41%
  • KO - 3.51%
  • FLOW - 1.17%
  • MARA - 3.63%
  • NNDM - 0.94%
  • NIO - 6.07%
  • PLUG - 11.08%
  • PRX - 3.65%
  • QCOM - 5.38%
  • TTCF - 1.63%
  • TSLA - 30.22%

ETF’s:

  • EXS1 - 10.04%
  • ESP0 - 3.03%
  • VWRL - 7.46%
  • WTAI - 4.24%

Edit: I’m living in the Netherlands

Comment by Leo1337 on investing

Liquidated all my positions over the course of last week and went cash gang. I was mostly holding semi’s and big tech. Guess this was the best choice I made in a long time.

Thinking about going for some leveraged Crude Oil ETF’s, BP/Shell/Exxon, Steel Gang MT and maybe a bit of finance like HSBC and JPM. Also, maybe some small positions into Tourism like TUI. Also going to short NVDA earnings tomorrow and printed money with TSLA short today, thinking about doubling up that position.

Thoughts on my picks?

MU

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by daphnetaylor on investing

Man this seemed to be the absolute worst time to start investing! Wife and I have 401K which is fine (we’re 30s/40s)- and I put a good chunk in some Vanguard funds s&p, tech, and pharma. I didn’t want to play around too much with our joint money (which is why we went with the admiral funds on vanguard instead of me trying to play the stock market with her money), so with my personal funds I have some in crypto, and just recently started with Robinhood (yea I know) - I am a gamer/editor and I am trying to invest in tech as I am passionate about it but man, not a great time for AMD, Nvidia. I put $500 on Nvidia this morning, and had $500 on MU - and just watched as I burned all day. Double sucked with the crypto drop.

I sold off the MU stock, but i want to hang onto Nvidia, being a gamer and knowing just how good their GPUS sell, I feel like it has to turn around??!!

I put the remainder of my funds from the MU into VRTX to try and offset the tech bet.

Comment by Bluerigg on wallstreetbets

Passed between AMD and MU as they had their way with me today 😯

Comment by bandersnatchhh on wallstreetbets

AMC and MU is the only green on my watchlist lol

MVIS

Comment by Layrasm on wallstreetbets

Furiously buying every MVIS dip

Comment by UnfairRefrigerator74 on wallstreetbets

I’m currently all in on ARKF, PLTR, MVIS and SOS calls. So I’m fine. I’m FINE. 😬🔫

Comment by Harry_Coolahan on SecurityAnalysis

I think it highly depends on the reason for share dilution.

A company that has seen unexpected growth and wants to capitalize on it to pay down debts and improve their books? That’s a no brainer and is a smart move by the company.

A company that has seen stagnant stock movement because it has focused on R&D, and now needs more capital to bring their product to market? May or may not make sense, depends on the value of their product and the timing.

A company that has seen decline due to poor management, which is using share dilution to artificially shore their stock values? This is the one that investors are always scared of and which companies are often criticized of when they do stock dilution. And it’s a legitimate concern.

There are of course other reasons, and share dilution could give you a good idea of what’s to come for the company. For example MVIS issued share dilution following explosive growth and right before the release of their prototype—investors are speculation they did this to release funds that may be needed to facilitate a buyout. No other reason would make sense on paper, but of course it’s still speculation and it’s hard to know what’s happening behind closed doors.

Can’t really make that determination in a vacuum, this is why it’s so important to understand the company inside and out. In general if share dilution happens during a stock uptrend it’s not as much cause for concern. If the stock is trading sideways or down, then you have to dig deeper to understand the purpose of it.

Comment by Dirty702 on wallstreetbets

PLTR & MVIS shit the bed today! Down 9% I’m holding the bag tomorrow. Guess I’m in for the long haul on those stocks

Comment by ohnoidea20 on wallstreetbets

Holding common shares in SOS SENS BNGO MVIS MARA and down on my positions, could use some help as to what to do…

NCLH

Comment by Mcdolnalds on stocks

Do you guys believe NCLH will follow suit in announcing a share offering, with CCL announcing one today?

Comment by therock21 on wallstreetbets

Bought calls on NCLH and JETS at open today. They expire almost a year from now and I plan on holding pretty much the whole time. About 10k of each.

Comment by Apacheguru on wallstreetbets

I need a prayer for my NCLH yolo

Comment by jimmy_jacques on stocks

I want to consolidate my portfolio down to 4 individual diversified high growth stocks. Currently I have:

AMD 11% ETSY 5% FB 12% NCLH 33% NFLX 3% NVDA 9% SE 8% SHOP 10% TTD 8%

I’m thinking: NVDA 25% TTD 25% NCLH 25% SE 25% My exit pt. for NCLH is $40.

Thoughts? Open to any suggestions

Comment by StonkmahnDouchenberg on wallstreetbets

I’m gonna keep hammering my CCH and NCLH trade…
they were both up over 10% intraday today 🚀 🚀 🚀
https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/locy08/carnival_cruise_lines_ccl_is_ready_for_takeoff/

NEE

Comment by KGB-strijder on stocks

Hi, I’m a 23 years old Dutch student, started investing my savings (~14000 euros) in March. Need some advice on my stock/ETF ratio (also would appreciate advice on individual stock picks and diversification).

Stocks (48.73%):
- ALFEN (4.29%)
- BABA (6.32%)
- GLPG (6.48%)
- GME (6.99%)
- ING (4.52%)
- MSFT (3.8%)
- NEE (3.41%)
- PRX (3.34%)
- RDS-A (4.64%)
- SQ (4.92%)

ETFs (51.35%):
- IQQH (3.99%)
- QDVH (4.01%)
- VWRL (34.55%)
- IUIT (4.66%)
- ISSP (4.14%)

Comment by KGB-strijder on stocks

Hi, I’m a 23 years old Dutch student, started investing my savings (~14000 euros) in March. Need some advice on my stock/ETF ratio (also would appreciate advice on individual stock picks and diversification).

Stocks (48.73%):
- ALFEN (4.29%)
- BABA (6.32%)
- GLPG (6.48%)
- GME (6.99%)
- ING (4.52%)
- MSFT (3.8%)
- NEE (3.41%)
- PRX (3.34%)
- RDS-A (4.64%)
- SQ (4.92%)

ETFs (51.35%):
- IQQH (3.99%)
- QDVH (4.01%)
- VWRL (34.55%)
- IUIT (4.66%)
- ISSP (4.14%)

Comment by Abipolarbears on investing

I posted about it the other day but the last time i checked NEE is down to ~$78 premarket from their high this past month of ~$88. Not a bad time to get in. It has what is essentially a monopoly on florida’s electric utilities.

A correction would obviously pull it lower but this is a decent discount.

Comment by Seminole-Patriot on stocks

Just got back into the market after graduating college, 22 y/o with a long term growth horizon.

20% VTI
5% Cash
10% NEE
10% SBUX
10% TGT
10% AMZN
10% NFLX
10% GOOG
10% AAPL
5% ESPO

Comment by Calimonium on stocks

CCL - 25.25%, AMZN - 16.21%, BA - 8.23%, MSFT - 8.22%, ICLN - 8.21%, FAN - 8.13%, LMT - 7.95%, NEE - 4.33%, LIN - 4.29%, XOM - 4.21%, URNM - 4.11%, AMD - 0.87%

33 yr old, just started investing in October of last year and currently working with 12k.

CCL for the recovery play the rest I’m confident for long term. I am considering if I should go long on AMD. Not sure if their growth is sustainable.

Also I may get out of LMT not sure it’s moving like I thought it would.

Any input is appreciated thank you!

NET

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by Maverick_WC on stocks

Any comments on these tickers for a hold above 5 years? Do not intend to inject more capital.

APG AMD NIO NET SQ CHWY MWK DIS distributed almost evenly.

Have picked different industries to diversify the holdings, have several grand in each holding. Would appreciate some thoughts. If it helps, I was in NIO at $17 and NET at $44, the rest pretty much at friday’s price so am pretty red since the last few days was a selloff in these holdings, but will still want to hold for years. Thanks!

Comment by djw_7575 on stocks

50% INRG - long-term

4% TSLA - long-term

5% AMD - long-term

4% ABNB - long-term

10% CSPX - long-term

4% CRWD - mid/long-term

5% APHA - mid-term

8% NET - long-term

7% GME - short/mid-term

3% KWS - mid-term

Only got £1500 initially. Mostly thinking of ETFs (can’t get ARKG in the UK) so I don’t have to check it too much. Any changes I should make?

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by urgirlsmomsdaddy on stocks

25 year old, need all the feedback as I can get!

This is my individual stock portfolio: $110k currently, long term (10 years), medium to high risk tolerance.

• ⁠SQ 14%

• ⁠DIS 10%

• ⁠TSLA 9.5%

• ⁠AMD 9%

• ⁠MSFT 8%

• ⁠AAPL 6.5%

• ⁠V 6.5%

• ⁠GOOG 6%

• ⁠DKNG 5.5%

• ⁠AMZN 4.5%

• ⁠JPM 4.5%

• ⁠WMT 4%

• ⁠JMIA 3%

• ⁠CRSP 2.5%

• ⁠TDOC 2%

• ⁠NIO 1.5%

• ⁠PLUG 1.5%

Considering dropping a bit from MSFT, V, AAPL, DIS and AMZN - adding NET for some additional risk/growth + boosting NIO and PLUG a bit. Still undecided.

NEW

Comment by Rrfei on wallstreetbets

GME IS THE NEW GOLD STANDARD

Comment by splashomint on wallstreetbets

SAY IT WITH ME!

GME IS THE NEW VIX

GME IS THE NEW VIX

Comment by richestmaninjericho on investing

Would this really be considered news? Like it’s news when something NEW happens. Everyone is entitled to their opinion but we all know these (I can confirm at least two of those guys in the list) guys rob people blind then kick them down while their hurt on top of beating their dead horses. That’s how money is made to these folks. Taking massive, severely leveraged and often pre-market moves that fuck everyone but themselves. This isn’t Capitalism, it’s just pure unadulterated greed.

Comment by richestmaninjericho on investing

Would this really be considered news? Like it’s news when something NEW happens. Everyone is entitled to their opinion but we all know these (I can confirm at least two of those guys in the list) guys rob people blind then kick them down while their hurt on top of beating their dead horses. That’s how money is made to these folks. Taking massive, severely leveraged and often pre-market moves that fuck everyone but themselves. This isn’t Capitalism, it’s just pure unadulterated greed.

Comment by splashomint on wallstreetbets

GME IS THE NEW VIX

NEXT

Comment by siimvn on stocks

THIS WILL BE THE NEXT TESLA. TO URANUS!

Comment by anxiousnl on wallstreetbets

HEDGIES WILL BE HAVING OUR RETARDED BABIES THIS TIME NEXT YEAR

Comment by LeoFireGod on pennystocks

Going to start taking profits from penny plays and putting them into longer safe plays.

Too many times I sell my profit on my winners to just slam them into the NEXT BIG THING

And I end up just losing thay money in new position or would’ve made bank not selling the original winner.

so now I’m gonna take all profits from winners and put them in safe positions like blue chips and etfs. But use the principal cash into other fun plays again

Comment by napatreez on wallstreetbets

LETS go baby positive vibes NEXT FEW DAYS 🚀👩‍🚀🚀👩‍🚀🚀 GME

Comment by CyberHaxer on wallstreetbets

WE’RE DOING IT.

GME IS THE NEXT GME.

HOLD THE LINE.

NFLX

Comment by atdharris on stocks

December 2020, just my taxable account - retirement accounts are all in index funds.

  • VANGUARD TOTAL STOCK MARKET ETF VTI 31.93%

  • VANGUARD FTSE DEVELOPED MARKETS ETF VEA 8.94%

  • MICROSOFT CORP MSFT 8.26%

  • PINTEREST INC REG SHS CL A PINS 8.13%

  • FACEBOOK INC CLASS A COMMON STOCK 7.33%

  • AMAZON COM INC COM AMZN 6.49%

  • VANGUARD FTSE EMERGING MARKETS ETF VWO 6.34%

  • NETFLIX COM INC NFLX 5.3%

  • ARK INNOVATION ETF ARKK 5.27%

  • APPLE INC AAPL 5.09%

  • PLTR PLANATIR TECHNOLOGIES INC REG SHS CL A PLTR 2.98%

  • Cash 4%

I dumped my bond holdings last quarter and added ARKK And PLTR. Everything else is a long term hold for me aside from Netflix and Pinterest, although I bought Pinterest at their IPO and added ~$15/share. Amazing to see it balloon to over 8% of my portfolio.

Comment by delux220 on stocks

SHOP NFLX MSFT AMD SBUX PINS WORK CHWY JETS BUD ACB DIS

I bought 15 shares of Shopify at $34. I sold 5 at ~$250. Holding 10 shares now.

JETS and BUD were my pandemic picks. I bought them at lows, hoping they’ll one day reach their highs.

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Can we go full circle and go from FAANG to FAPPENING?

FB / APPL / PENN / PYPL / ETSY / NFLX / NVDA / INTC / NIO / GME

Comment by Seminole-Patriot on stocks

Just got back into the market after graduating college, 22 y/o with a long term growth horizon.

20% VTI
5% Cash
10% NEE
10% SBUX
10% TGT
10% AMZN
10% NFLX
10% GOOG
10% AAPL
5% ESPO

Comment by delux220 on stocks

SHOP NFLX MSFT AMD SBUX PINS WORK CHWY JETS BUD ACB DIS

I bought 15 shares of Shopify at $34. I sold 5 at ~$250. Holding 10 shares now.

JETS and BUD were my pandemic picks. I bought them at lows, hoping they’ll one day reach their highs.

NIO

Comment by chrislee5150 on wallstreetbets

Um wtf. NIO is about to be in the 30’s

Comment by jdd5453 on stocks

How dumb would I be to expand my shares of NIO closer to 45% of my portfolio. Dont have large extremely big portfolio compared to other people but I’m 23 and willing to take more of a risk.

Comment by michellinThrow on stocks

Hello Everyone!

Rate my Portfolio threads have been a great resource for me to build a portfolio and I scroll through posts here daily to get insight on the great portfolio ideas. So as a thank you to this thread and community, I decided to drop my ultimate stock picks that can be a great resource for new investors who plan to get into stocks starting 2021. I believe these picks are good and would love to get everyone’s opinion. Disclaimer: Still adding some of these positions and don’t hold all yet.

20k Portfolio:

15% QQQ: Exposure to broad tech to minimize overall risk but still very rapid growth

15% ARKG: this is one of the best etfs for next year as biotech is showing rapid growth

10% SQ: Square gives exposure to small business finance, btc, Cashapp and is growing

10% NET: Cloudfare provides key resources to maintain many sites to keep running

10% TAN/PBW/ICLN: Solar Energy is the future, however, you can minimize risk with ICLN

8% NIO: Missed out on Tesla? Well NIO has displayed great sales numbers and is on road

8% PLTR: Government defence contracts and very secured revenue will dominate

5% MP: controversial pick imo, but rare earth metals are the future for ev motors, risky

5% CRSR: Gaming needs accessories and gaming is only going to grow, Holidays sales

5% B F T: Pre-merger play for igaming, and paysafe. Bill Foley is very good at his picks

5% SBE/BLNK/BEEM: These companies have had insane run ups but they are very
important to the ev game. High risk but good for the long play.

4% TTCF: A good environmental play which provides a high risk play with big rewards

Comment by newbie_3297 on stocks

Hello everyone,

Firstly a very happy Christmas and a great new year ahead :)

I am 30 years old and started to build my portfolio in recent months.

Here is my current portfolio:

Company Name Position (in %) Average (in USD) Return (in %)
Tesla 29.05% 424.47 + 62.14 %
Palantir 24.31% 14.49 + 61.35 %
Apple 11.59% 101.46 + 6.71%
BMW 13.12% 88.4 + 2.08%
NIO 10.05% 50.35 - 10.92%
Virgin Galactic 5.67% 28.30 - 9.13%
Nano Dimensions 2.57% 9.00 - 2.40%
Lufthansa 1.58% 11.06 - 2.35%
Blackberry 2.07% 7.54 - 6.64%

Up till now, I am +20.29% on my initial investment.

Here is my simple strategy:

  1. My aim is medium to long term, and in last months I am investing 1/6th portion of my salary to my portfolio.
  2. I have invested my December portion for DCA of my positions on NIO and Virgin Galactic.

I would highly appreciate any inputs/suggestions that can help me improve the portfolio. Thank you!! And also, don’t forget to drop yours ;)

Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and a great new year ahead!

Comment by nimbwitz on stocks

Started back in December and hoping to use my saving to generate some growth instead of leaving it in my savings doing nothing. Currently holding the following in my portfolio:

  • AAPL - 4.53%
  • MT - 3.41%
  • KO - 3.51%
  • FLOW - 1.17%
  • MARA - 3.63%
  • NNDM - 0.94%
  • NIO - 6.07%
  • PLUG - 11.08%
  • PRX - 3.65%
  • QCOM - 5.38%
  • TTCF - 1.63%
  • TSLA - 30.22%

ETF’s:

  • EXS1 - 10.04%
  • ESP0 - 3.03%
  • VWRL - 7.46%
  • WTAI - 4.24%

Edit: I’m living in the Netherlands

NKE

Comment by spacehuman7 on stocks

AAPL (9.5%), MSFT (7.2%), ADBE (4.6%), V (4.4%), MA (4.4%), GOOG (4.2%), AMZN (4%), HD (3.8%), FB (3.4%), DIS (3.3%), NKE (3.1%), JNJ (2.6%), COST (2.5%), UNH (2.4%). I look at the holdings from the top performing growth mutual funds and use it to determine my portfolio without paying additional expenses.

Comment by nuclearboy197 on stocks

28.82 Shares UNM, bought @ $15.86 - UNM is an incredibly undervalued insurance company (P/E ratio of under 4 at my purchase price!) with stable profits and cash flows, a solid balance sheet, a high, safe dividend, and strong buyback activity. Insurance is also a very safe industry, and while car insurance may become increasingly irrelevant in the coming years as self-driving cars become commonplace, and health insurance comes with significant policy risks, life and disability insurance (Unum’s specialties) don’t face the same headwinds.

2 Shares BRK.B, bought @ $212.01 - Berkshire Hathaway needs no introduction. It might be the best-run company in the world, it gives me exposure to several fantastic businesses, and I consider it very undervalued.

9.073 Shares INTC, bought @ $49.88 - In my opinion, the market significantly overreacted to the 7nm delay. Intel at sub-$50 was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up on. Intel is a market leader with strong economics and earnings power. Buying at an earnings yield of over 10% is phenomenal value.

28 Shares SAMG, bought @ $12.65 - I love this stock. Silvercrest is a small-cap asset management firm with a high dividend, an earnings growth rate in the double-digits, tons of net cash, great returns on equity, and free cash flow numbers that are more than double the company’s net earnings. Each of the company’s funds have a long history of outperforming their benchmarks, and I love the management team. Getting this stock at $12.65 was a steal.

11.193 Shares EPD, bought @ $17.56 - Enterprise Products Partners is a midstream MLP that got hammered in March and has mostly stayed under $20 ever since. Good for me. At my cost basis, the distribution yields me over 10% annually. Midstreams also have significant competitive advantages due to high industry entry costs, and EPD is one of the largest and most well-run pipelines out there. It’s conservatively financed, mostly through corporate bonds with low yields thanks to EPD’s solid credit rating, and its earnings come from fee-based long-term contracts, helping it weather industry recessions more effectively. The stock is priced for failure, but as far as I can tell, it isn’t failing.

10 Shares MOMO, bought @ $19.43 - This is the only loser in my portfolio (so far), as I’m down over 30% since purchasing. I still have a lot of faith in the company, however, and this valuation is ridiculous. Momo has a fantastic balance sheet, heavily invested management, blistering historical growth numbers (which have admittedly faltered recently), and solid profits. I don’t understand the market’s valuation. This is not a $14 stock, and a sub-7 P/E is borderline disrespectful. I’m holding, and considering adding to my position.

8.061 Shares WFC, bought @ $25.12 - Wells, for me, is a pure deep value play and a bet on the new management team. I expect the bank to return, more or less, to 2019 levels of earnings by 2023, which would yield a forward P/E on my cost basis of about 6. A money center bank with that valuation? At that price I don’t even care about the scandals of the last management team. Besides, I love Charlie Scharf.

4 Shares OMC, bought @ $50.66 - I bought into this company about a month ago, and I’m already up almost 30%. In all honesty, that timing was pure luck, but there’s a lot to like about this stock. Advertising is a great business to be in, and OMC is the king of ad agencies. COVID did it’s fair share of damage to the industry (travel & leisure companies are some of the biggest spenders on advertising. Or at least, they were.) but Omnicom is still profitable, more than solvent, it rewards shareholders with a great dividend (over 5% on my cost basis), and it should get back to buying back shares soon enough. Even if it’s a slow-growth company, and even if its earnings took a hit from the pandemic, I like this stock a lot.

8.024 Shares FL, bought @ $31.86 - Foot Locker, to me, exemplifies the term “durable competitive advantage”. There’s a couple of benchmarks I like to use to determine this. Firstly, if the company has sold the same product for the past decade, and is likely to do so for the next decade, it probably has a durable business model. Foot Locker sells shoes. They’ve sold shoes for their entire existence. People will always need shoes. That’s a durable business model. Secondly, to determine brand strength: if you can picture their brand in your head without having to look it up, that’s a strong brand. You know Foot Locker’s brand. You know the employees’ referee-style uniforms, and the logo with the red lettering and a silhouette of one of those referees (another test is to see if you know their slogan or jingle by heart, but that doesn’t apply to FL). Lastly, think about how much it would cost to effectively compete with the company. Foot Locker has a workforce of about 50,000 employees operating over 3,000 brick-and-mortar stores, not to mention a distribution network to support their e-commerce segment. This translates to repeating operating expenses of about $2.5 billion annually, not including what’s sure to have been countless one-time expenses Foot Locker had to deal with while building this empire, or the amount of time it took to build the brand recognition and brand loyalty it possesses. All of this just to eek out profit margins of about 6.5% on average. No start-up will ever be capable of effectively disrupting or competing with a company like that. FL, like all retailers, had its share of struggles due to the pandemic, but has bounced back strongly and crushed analyst estimates in both Q2 and Q3. The big issue is over-reliance on Nike. 70% of FL’s revenue comes from selling Nike products, and a more diversified product line would mean significantly less risk for shareholders. Regardless, NKE and FL have a symbiotic relationship, and unless that changes, I don’t see Nike dropping Foot Locker for a very long time, if ever.

6 Shares QFIN, bought @ $12.42 - 360 Digitech is a fast-growing Chinese fintech firm with strong profitability, a solid balance sheet, and an enormous addressable market. The fear surrounding Chinese overregulation and U.S.-China relations pushed this company into a valuation of only about 4.4x earnings at my purchase price. That’s a value proposition I simply can’t turn down, regardless of the (over-exaggerated) risks involved.

4.084 Shares TFC, bought @ $36.49 - Truist, the entity born from the BB&T-SunTrust merger, is a well-managed bank with a strong dividend and decent growth prospects. The banks’ combined operations are liable to be more efficient than their already strong separate operations, and I generally love the prospects of large money-center banks due to the vital services they provide, their strong competitive advantages, and strict federal regulations that make failures and bankruptcies categorically unlikely. An earnings yield of about 10% was a cheap enough valuation for me to take a swing.

3.016 Shares BK, bought @ $35.65 - BK is quite simply a value and dividend play for me. Even in the midst of a wildly disruptive pandemic, earnings have remained extraordinarily stable with margins of 25%. The balance sheet looks great as well, with a $170 billion cash position. Managing to snap it up at a P/E of under 8 with a dividend yield of almost 3.5% was a great bargain for me.

I apologize for writing a damn novel lol, but I thought it might be helpful to others to understand the reasoning behind my decisions. As you can probably tell, this is a very value- and quality-oriented portfolio, which are the traits I believe most portfolios should be centered around. This portfolio also provides an income stream yielding over 3.8% annually on my cost basis. Not bad at all in a 0% interest rate environment.

P.S. the strange share amounts you see here (i.e. 28.82 shares of UNM, or 3.016 shares of BK) come from dividend reinvestments. I took the liberty of excluding the cost basis of dividend reinvestments from the listed purchase prices, as I felt that the numbers I provided were more indicative of what I spent to build up these positions as opposed to what I was given through dividends.

Comment by al323211 on stocks

Bought the daily bottom on MGM and CNK. Also loaded up on some more WMT and NKE as tech seems to be in correction mode. Couldn’t help backing the truck up a bit on that AAPL dip though.

Comment by yeti_man82 on stocks

CAT and DIS were fighters for me today. Any other infrastructure or reopening stocks y’all like for the year? Think NKE will get a boost from stimulus/reopening in the coming months?

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

NNDM

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

Comment by nimbwitz on stocks

Started back in December and hoping to use my saving to generate some growth instead of leaving it in my savings doing nothing. Currently holding the following in my portfolio:

  • AAPL - 4.53%
  • MT - 3.41%
  • KO - 3.51%
  • FLOW - 1.17%
  • MARA - 3.63%
  • NNDM - 0.94%
  • NIO - 6.07%
  • PLUG - 11.08%
  • PRX - 3.65%
  • QCOM - 5.38%
  • TTCF - 1.63%
  • TSLA - 30.22%

ETF’s:

  • EXS1 - 10.04%
  • ESP0 - 3.03%
  • VWRL - 7.46%
  • WTAI - 4.24%

Edit: I’m living in the Netherlands

Comment by blueblood535 on stocks

I’m young and I started today with long term purchases of etfs.

10 shares of QQQ 15 shares of VTI 30 shares of ARKG 100 shares of ICLN

What do you think? I’m currently looking for some individual stocks that have some aggressive growth.

Edit: After looking at your recommendations, I think 10 shares of SQ and 100 shares of NNDM would be good next investments. Maybe I pick up some BA if it drops a bit below 200.

Comment by nimbwitz on stocks

Started back in December and hoping to use my saving to generate some growth instead of leaving it in my savings doing nothing. Currently holding the following in my portfolio:

  • AAPL - 4.53%
  • MT - 3.41%
  • KO - 3.51%
  • FLOW - 1.17%
  • MARA - 3.63%
  • NNDM - 0.94%
  • NIO - 6.07%
  • PLUG - 11.08%
  • PRX - 3.65%
  • QCOM - 5.38%
  • TTCF - 1.63%
  • TSLA - 30.22%

ETF’s:

  • EXS1 - 10.04%
  • ESP0 - 3.03%
  • VWRL - 7.46%
  • WTAI - 4.24%

Edit: I’m living in the Netherlands

NOK

Comment by Sugardevil27 on wallstreetbets

Just sold my NOK and BB to buy more GME. Math doesn’t lie!💎🚀

Comment by Squamsk on wallstreetbets

AMC and NOK are two retarded toddlers wandering around on the battlefield missing every deadly blow

Comment by idcandidk on wallstreetbets

How and why the fuck is NOK STILL falling?!

Comment by HumidCrispyCat on stocks

I’m in the same boat man. I’ve been holding shares of NOK and BB for a while, and also had some calls. Then, I bought into GME around $90 to be a part of the fun. On 1/27, when GME, AMC, NOK, and BB were all up big time, I let greed take over instead of selling and taking a profit. I didn’t have any sort of exit plan… I just assumed they would keep running up. Big mistake, one that I won’t soon forget. Since then, I haven’t been having much luck either. Keep your head up though, and learn from your mistakes!

Comment by yung_yas on stocks

Here’s what I have in the custodial account for my little brother:

2 AAPL @ 133

1 CRM @ 220

20 GHIV @ 13.03

15 CCIV @ 14.9

2 NOK @ 4 lol

Thoughts?

NOW

Comment by BigWesKappa on wallstreetbets

GME GANG HAVE SUCCESSFULLY HIJACKED THIS THREAD, WE ARE THE MODS NOW HAHAHAHAH

Comment by chetoman1 on wallstreetbets

What I want to know is why now? After all the shit we’ve been through. The initial crash, recovery, constant crash warnings, printing, riots, parabolic infection. Why NOW is everything crashing hard?

Comment by Dankusss on wallstreetbets

LETS FUCKING GOOO!!! DONT HAVE ANY CASH TO BUY NOW BUT YOU GUYS CAN COME AND GET ME @110

Comment by HokusBougis on wallstreetbets

OK GUYS!

Bears are NOW fuk!![gif](emote free_emotes_pack laughing)
Right!?![img](emote wsb_emojis bull)

Please market, I have a wife and children

Comment by mhnd2494 on wallstreetbets

Oooh! So NOW we get to have a GME megathread here?? wow

NVDA

Comment by TheBedroomTrader on stocks

I’m fairly new to investing so any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Looking for a “fairly safe” portfolio with some high percentage alloaction to some companies that look promising for the long term.

  • Amazon - $AMZN - 5%
  • Apple - $AAPL - 5%
  • Coca-Cola - $KO - 5%
  • VISA - $V - 5%
  • MasterCard - $MA - 5%
  • Advanced Micro Devices - $AMD - 5%
  • Tattoo Chef - $TTCF - 5%
  • Plug Power - $PLUG - 5%
  • Palantir - $PLTR - 5%
  • QuantumScape - $QS - 5%
  • NIO - $NIO - 5%
  • SunPower - $SPWR - 5%
  • Beyond Meat - $BYND - 4%
  • CloudFlare - $NET - 3%
  • NVidia - NVDA - 3%
  • Qualcomm - $QCOM - 2%
  • Micron Technology - $MU - 2%
  • Shopify - $SHOP - 2%
  • Enphase Energy - $ENPH - 2%
  • Nike - $NKE - 2% (debating if to sell)
  • Atlassian - $TEAM - 2%
  • Sea Limited - $SE - 2%
  • Booking Holding - $BKNG - 2%
  • Paycom Software - PAYC - 2%
  • Teladoc - $TDOC - 2%
  • ServiceNow - $NOW - 2%
  • Autodesk - $ADSK - 2%
  • Five9 - $FIVN - 2%
  • Chewy - $CHWY - 2%
  • UpWork - $UPWK - 2%

Average Annual Return is 35% based on the last 5 years. Obviously previous annual return does not represent future projections. I have high expectations for growth in the EV Market and the IT technology required to make that possible. Thinking purchasing some Microsoft shares but need to change the portfolio a bit to accommodate.

Comment by RS-68 on stocks

Ford, Disney, and MGM basically smoothing out the (so far) small loss from MSFT, NVDA and AAPL today

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Can we go full circle and go from FAANG to FAPPENING?

FB / APPL / PENN / PYPL / ETSY / NFLX / NVDA / INTC / NIO / GME

Comment by ToiletPaperHands69 on stocks

Noobie 29yo who just came in on the hype and learning tough lessons. Open to criticism about balancing going forward. Investing 3k and will likely add 500 a month to more ETFs going forward.

  • VOO 25%
  • ARKK 19%
  • ARKG 16 %
  • PLTR 13%
  • ICLN 5%
  • AAPL 4%
  • PSTH 3 %
  • NVDA 3%
  • MRNA 3%
  • GME 3%
  • AMD 2 %
  • FSR 1.5%
  • NIO 1.3%
  • CRSR 1.3%

Trying to avoid locking in losses and waiting out the meme stocks, with slowly transferring to a 90/10 ratio of ETF/Stocks. Right idea? I imagine I should continue buying up ICLN going forward and expanding that.

Comment by pandaga on stocks

Was not expecting NVDA to remain Red at all and AMD remain green for me. What a twist.

NXE

Comment by Tre38884 on UraniumSqueeze

If you want squeeze fireworks, just think about what would happen if NXE issued an ISO dividend . The shorts would have to buy ISO but there’s not much ISO freetrading to buy.

Comment by ABmillenial on UraniumSqueeze

My suspicion is outside of ETFs, institutions may have restrictions not allowing buying of companies under $1B cap. Cameco and KAP used to be the only ones. NXE is there now too. Not sure how close others are, yet

Comment by Substantial_Camp6085 on UraniumSqueeze

Have a Look at MGA.T Mega Uranium.They have a Portfolio of Uranium Assets,Above 19000000 Shared of NXE Nexgen which is More than their Market Capital in the moment

Comment by BxlVie on UraniumSqueeze

Hi guys, new member here and will follow this sub everyday now :D Up +- 100% since august with DNN, UUUU, NXE and CCJ. From all stocks and ETF’s I have, the Uranium crew are my favos !

Comment by Diceman38 on UraniumSqueeze

I have owned NXE and EFR for years. Finally getting the attention they deserve.

NYC

Comment by joeschmooze on wallstreetbets

Former NYC banker and long time lurker here. God speed you r words, god fucking speed.

Comment by Stockmashin on wallstreetbets

AMC let’s go. Opened up in NYC now.

Comment by CallMeMidas1 on wallstreetbets

The story isn’t over. Hollywood gets a better movie if the big squeeze squozes, so we have LA on our side. This has become an NYC vs LA proxy war through Wall Street and Hollywood.

So we have suits on our side against suits, except our suits are lighter and more breathable.

Comment by 420DonCheadle420 on wallstreetbets

The media is so fucking stupid talking about AMC like it’s a regular stock. This shits so tampered with at this point it’s not even funny. “AMC sees increase early after NYC movie theatre announcement.”

What 😂😂😂

Comment by No-Nrg on stocks

It’s not a loss if you don’t sell.

AMC was up 14.9% today on news that just NYC would allow theaters to reopen. I’d imagine we’ll get similar pops when nationwide re-opening is in the cards.

ON

Comment by Parish87 on wallstreetbets

Even you, Facebook? You were supposed to be the chosen one :(

AT LEAST I MADE 2% ON DISNEY BOYS

Comment by trackrecord330 on wallstreetbets

BULLS ON PARADE

Comment by TANK-BURGER on wallstreetbets

WHATS GOING ON HERE?!?!

Comment by Individual_Error_428 on wallstreetbets

Everyone had to be drunk on something to keep pushing on …

OMG DRUNK ON GME. GIVE ME MORE💎🙌🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

Comment by DOESNT_BE_LIKE_IT_IS on wallstreetbets

AMC PRESS RELEASE ON REOPENING OF THEATERS IN NYC

https://investor.amctheatres.com/newsroom/news-details/2021/AMC-Theatres-Statement-on-the-Reopening-of-Movie-Theatres-in-New-York-City/default.aspx

ONE

Comment by Upper-Director-38 on pennystocks

Well…My portfolio shit the bed…I’ve got one lonely stock holding .12$ gain…Come on GOLD hold for daddy. give me ONE green…just one…

Comment by Wildercard on wallstreetbets

Don’t you Americans paperhand this. You have ONE JOB.

Comment by MyNamePlusaNumber on stocks

I agree with you completely. This is not just about GME or AMC or who won or lost money.
It is about the fact that many trading platforms BLOCKED only ONE side of the trade. If there were any issues with liquidity or anything else, they could have halted ALL trade on those stocks. People involved in this should be prosecuted. Meanwhile, the Citadel guy had the audacity to go on TV and tell people that “he’s just trying to make a living.” Yes, hundreds of billions of dollars worth of-living.

Comment by X7659P on wallstreetbets

I love how no-one is falling for their stupid propaganda. You kinda have to feel embarrassed for all the idiots on their payroll spreading shit because NO ONE is dumb enough to believe it

I like the stock. You can’t get me to sell !

No fucking way buddy!

Comment by PeterLECB on wallstreetbets

My God, I first bought ONE share on January the 28th at 240 and nearly one month after that I’m 30 @ 84.31.

It is money I don’t need so holding it forever.

Full retard now…………..

OPEN

Comment by Nacujo on wallstreetbets

CLOSE THE MARKETS!!! O wait…. market hasn’t opened yet…. DONT OPEN THE MARKETS!!!!

Comment by Primary-Attention on wallstreetbets

glad cathy is buying more OPEN today. I’m balls deep in that one. Shares only though. Wish she bought more PLTR today. Interesting she did a lot of TSLA buying, but if it goes back to 800 she’ll have to be a net seller again. So TSLA has support in the 700s but also sell wall in the mid 800s. Until ArkX comes out its gonna be hard for TSLA to run above 900 imo. But once ARKX is out you know it will buy TSLA so it can then go above 900.

Comment by Eman2105 on wallstreetbets

GIMME 55 OPEN TOMORROW

Comment by davinci515 on wallstreetbets

GME putting in a cheat code atm… UP DOWN UP DOWN UP DOWN CLOSE OPEN MOON

Comment by Biggie_Cheese96 on stocks

My Individual Taxable account focused on growth and holding positions for more than a year to help with long term capital gains since I do plan on using some of the gains to help pay for a car in the future.

I am 24 and open to risky positions in this taxable account that offer growth (I have a Roth IRA I max out and that contains traditional dividend growth stocks like Qualcomm, Visa, Crown Castle, etc.)

The value of this taxable account is $13,220 and I contribute $125 every week ($500/month).

40% of my portfolio (10% each):

  • TSLA
  • SHOP
  • MELI
  • TTD

45% of my portfolio (3% each):

  • ARKG
  • ABNB
  • TEAM
  • CRWD
  • ENPH
  • MDB
  • OKTA
  • PTON
  • ROKU
  • CRM
  • SNOW
  • SQ
  • TWLO
  • U
  • ZM

14% of my portfolio (2% each):

  • MGNI
  • MP
  • NIO
  • OPEN (was IPOB)
  • PLTR
  • SBE

1% of my portfolio:

  • That blockchain mining company that starts with an R and ends in a T and is four letters long bc the moderator bots flag the ticker as a pump and dump.

Do you think I have put too much allocation in the top four stocks I listed (TSLA, SHOP, MELI, TTD)?

OR

Comment by M_isf1ts on wallstreetbets

FREINDLY REMINDER TO TURN OFF MARGIN OR STOCK LENDING PROGRAM SO THEY DO NOT BORROW YOUR SHARES

Comment by Eman2105 on wallstreetbets

50+ OR BUST

Comment by Synxsty on wallstreetbets

Do you consider the company’s assets attractive at this current moment in time? YAYETH OR NAYETH

Comment by Sir_Beelzebub on wallstreetbets

No one gives a fuck, it’s GME OR NOTHING

Comment by Eman2105 on wallstreetbets

50+ OR BUST FELLAS

OUT

Comment by Blueboysmatter on wallstreetbets

DON’T FREAK OUT GUYS EVERYTHING IS GETTING SHIT ON TODAY

Comment by Robinhoodsnacker on wallstreetbets

Holy smokes, PUT OUT THE FIRE

Comment by dube123 on wallstreetbets

IS ANYONE ALIVE OUT THERE?! CAN ANYONE HEAR ME?!

Comment by PitFiendWithBigTits on wallstreetbets

Ooohthat would be great actually, the fucking place needs a change in leadership….. WAIT GUYS! WE CAN BUY OUT EA!

Comment by steakandp1e on wallstreetbets

🔔BRING OUT YEH DEAD 🔔

OXY

Comment by codemister99 on stocks

APHA CLVR XOM OXY GOGL BB UAL Many Volatile Iguanas Stink

Comment by codemister99 on stocks

APHA CLVR XOM OXY GOGL BB UAL Many Volatile Iguanas Stink

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by Kemba4Heisman on stocks

How does this work?

These forecasts are produced by machine learning models trained on past closing price data. Essentially the models try to learn the underlying dynamics of the closing price and then project future closing price based on that. They are by definition not sensitive to any company fundamentals or macroeconomic conditions. To limit the effects of this limitation, I am only showing short-term price forecasts (2 weeks).

What you see below are the median forecasts projected by the model. In backtesting (evaluating forecasts against historical data), these forecasts missed the mark by an average of about 8\%, with forecasts for larger companies being somewhat more accurate (closer to 5\%). This is not investment advice. I currently hold no positions in any of the stocks described in this article. I view these forecasts as a stock screener that essentially does sophisticated technical analysis on hundreds of companies.

Top projected risers

I am pretty skeptical of the magnitude of the projected increase for all of these. I’ll talk about each of them here:

  1. ENPH (Enphase Energy Inc): 30.90 \% projected 14-day return. This one seems particularly interesting. Enphase Energy is a solar energy company. The price has completely tanked in the last few days and I’m not totally sure why. My best guess is that the republican attack on renewable energy in the wake of the texas energy fiasco is driving the price down a bit.
  2. ANET (Arista Networks Incorporated): 22.42\% projected 14-day return. ANET is a cloud computing company that sells cloud networking services worldwide. I am guessing the reason ANET is showing up here is because of the huge dip in price they saw today - looks like the machine learning algorithm expects them to continue on the trend they were on before the dip.
  3. OXY (Occidental Petroleum corp): 20.16\% projected return - this model loves these guys, so do technical analysts. Fundamentals are much less rosy. Also fuck oil companies.
  4. WYNN (WYNN resorts LTD): 26.73\% projected return - another one where my model and technical analysts disagree with the more fundamental folks. I’m a little skeptical about this one.
  5. VLO (Valero Energy Corp): 20.50\% projected returns - same story as OXY really. oil company that neural nets love and analysts hate and also that I hate. (again this is not investment advice, I hate oil companies because they are morally bankrupt and responsible for the ransacking of the planet and impending climate crisis). All my homies hate VLO.

Also, yes they are not ordered by descending order of return. Yes it bothers me too and no I will not do anything about it.

Top projected fallers

Here you can see the top projected fallers.

I won’t go into these in as much detail but they are TWTR (Twitter), DISH (Dish Network), ILMN (Illumnia Inc), HST (Host Hotels and Resort Inc), COP (Conocophilips). Most of these companies have experienced huge price hikes in the last few weeks and it looks like my model is projecting a return to baseline for all of them. For those of you into options trading - it looks like I may have found a way to make money while also sticking it to those rat bastards in the oil industry (COP). Again, this is not investment advice, I just hate oil. I don’t even use it for cooking. My food is disgusting but at least I can sleep at night.

This was a super fun exercise! planning to post these somewhat regularly, particularly if people are interested!

PE

Comment by YNot1989 on stocks

Tesla is the king of the PE ratio. As of the end of January their PE ratio was 1410.69. Toyota has a ratio of about 11. A 14% loss is an inconsequential drop when considering the degree of overvaluation.

Comment by manwhoreproblems on wallstreetbets

Stay away from RKT unless you are theta. Unless you love losing money and watching a stock jump 2,5,10% regularly only to have it go to even or .5% by end of day. Crazy high volume for a low PE stock that doesn’t ever actually move.

Comment by DeepMoneyValue on investing

Am I the only one who sees $MOMO extremely undervalued? PE ratio: 8 / PS & PB ratios: <2. That’s insane

Comment by TheSpanishKarmada on SecurityAnalysis

Wondering what people’s thoughts are on Volkswagen. They’re aggressively pursuing electric cars which I think will be big and I think they could be a decent competitor to something like Tesla which is ridiculously overpriced right now. Fundamentally they seem mostly good, I like the low PE and their book value also gives a decent margin of safety. But I am concerned about their debt. They technically have more current assets than liabilities but they have 46.7B in cash / cash equivalents and 88B in current debt. Not sure what their plan is to pay this off.

Comment by TheSpanishKarmada on SecurityAnalysis

Wondering what people’s thoughts are on Volkswagen. They’re aggressively pursuing electric cars which I think will be big and I think they could be a decent competitor to something like Tesla which is ridiculously overpriced right now. Fundamentally they seem mostly good, I like the low PE and their book value also gives a decent margin of safety. But I am concerned about their debt. They technically have more current assets than liabilities but they have 46.7B in cash / cash equivalents and 88B in current debt. Not sure what their plan is to pay this off.

PENN

Comment by Sprinkles_Spare on stocks

I’m 28, new investor & I use Robinhood.

I am up 289% from when I started investing in April. I started with $12,000 and I am at $36,153 and I took out my initial investment so I’m playing with house money at this point. I pulled out 70% right before the election and bought back in at the dip on Election Day.

All of my holding I have am holding are all positive. I know that returns like this aren’t usual but I am happy with my choices in winners. I think my portfolio has good growth opportunities over the next years. I plan to hold these long term now.

I would love any and all advice or opinions

Stocks.

  • PENN - 9.99%

  • TSLA - 7.14%

  • MTUM - 3.47%

  • ARKW - 3.28%

  • ARKK - 2.82%

  • ARKG - 2.37%

  • ARKF - 2.17%

  • ARKQ - 2.41%

  • ARKR - 2.3%

  • FSR - 3.37%

  • BABA - 2.8%

  • WDAY - 2.58%

  • CRM - 2.45%

  • PYPL - 2.55%

  • SQ - 2.57%

  • PRNT - 2.22%

  • AZRL - 2.2%

  • SE - 2.15%

  • ACST - 1.68%
  • IN UV - 1.69%
  • RYCEY - 0.85%

Calls - 1/15/21

  • GPRO $5.5 - 2 contracts.

3/19/21

  • PLUG $14 - 1 contract. * will be executing *

4/16/21

  • PBI $8 - 1 contract.
  • BETZ $29 - 3 contacts *will be executing at least 1
  • PENN $55 - 1 contract * 100% be executing

5/21/21

  • FSR $10 - 1 contract - may be executing
  • CAT $180 - 1 contract.

6/18/21

  • PLUG $17 - 1 contract - will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract.

1/20/23

  • VZ $60 - 1 contract
  • RI0T $2 - 1 contract * will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract
  • PENN $60 - 1 contract * fuck yes I am executing.

PENN is my favorite holding.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Can we go full circle and go from FAANG to FAPPENING?

FB / APPL / PENN / PYPL / ETSY / NFLX / NVDA / INTC / NIO / GME

Comment by Sprinkles_Spare on stocks

I’m 28, new investor & I use Robinhood.

I am up 289% from when I started investing in April. I started with $12,000 and I am at $36,153 and I took out my initial investment so I’m playing with house money at this point. I pulled out 70% right before the election and bought back in at the dip on Election Day.

All of my holding I have am holding are all positive. I know that returns like this aren’t usual but I am happy with my choices in winners. I think my portfolio has good growth opportunities over the next years. I plan to hold these long term now.

I would love any and all advice or opinions

Stocks.

  • PENN - 9.99%

  • TSLA - 7.14%

  • MTUM - 3.47%

  • ARKW - 3.28%

  • ARKK - 2.82%

  • ARKG - 2.37%

  • ARKF - 2.17%

  • ARKQ - 2.41%

  • ARKR - 2.3%

  • FSR - 3.37%

  • BABA - 2.8%

  • WDAY - 2.58%

  • CRM - 2.45%

  • PYPL - 2.55%

  • SQ - 2.57%

  • PRNT - 2.22%

  • AZRL - 2.2%

  • SE - 2.15%

  • ACST - 1.68%
  • IN UV - 1.69%
  • RYCEY - 0.85%

Calls - 1/15/21

  • GPRO $5.5 - 2 contracts.

3/19/21

  • PLUG $14 - 1 contract. * will be executing *

4/16/21

  • PBI $8 - 1 contract.
  • BETZ $29 - 3 contacts *will be executing at least 1
  • PENN $55 - 1 contract * 100% be executing

5/21/21

  • FSR $10 - 1 contract - may be executing
  • CAT $180 - 1 contract.

6/18/21

  • PLUG $17 - 1 contract - will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract.

1/20/23

  • VZ $60 - 1 contract
  • RI0T $2 - 1 contract * will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract
  • PENN $60 - 1 contract * fuck yes I am executing.

PENN is my favorite holding.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

PEP

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started in December. Thought it wasn’t a good time to enter, but I already made a 5% gain. Probably a beginner’s luck + bull market continuing with the new administration. Rate my portfolio (sidenote: can’t buy fractional shares so quite unbalanced)

  • AMZN 36.5% (+2.65%)
  • GOOGL 21% (+9.33%)
  • TSLA 18.8% (+14.45%)
  • DIS 3.8% (-0.27%)
  • AAPL 3.1% (+4.97%)
  • FB 3% (+2.81%)
  • MSFT 2.5% (+2.80%)
  • CRM 2.5% (-0.25%)
  • V 2.2% (-5.63%)
  • JNJ 1.8% (+6.37%)
  • PEP 1.5% (-5.08%)
  • PG 1.4% (-5.28%)
  • ABT 1.3% (+2.07%)
  • KO 0.5% (-2.53%)

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started this month:

  • AMZN 51.3%
  • GOOGL 27.8%
  • NVDA 8.5%
  • AAPL 4.2%
  • MSFT 3.6%
  • JNJ 2.4%
  • PEP 2.3%

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started this month:

  • AMZN 51.3%
  • GOOGL 27.8%
  • NVDA 8.5%
  • AAPL 4.2%
  • MSFT 3.6%
  • JNJ 2.4%
  • PEP 2.3%

Comment by weezerluva369 on wallstreetbets

Need prayers for my FDs: MSFT and PEP calls. I could lose as much as SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS if they go tits up.

Comment by Hour-Report-27 on stocks

Started in December. Thought it wasn’t a good time to enter, but I already made a 5% gain. Probably a beginner’s luck + bull market continuing with the new administration. Rate my portfolio (sidenote: can’t buy fractional shares so quite unbalanced)

  • AMZN 36.5% (+2.65%)
  • GOOGL 21% (+9.33%)
  • TSLA 18.8% (+14.45%)
  • DIS 3.8% (-0.27%)
  • AAPL 3.1% (+4.97%)
  • FB 3% (+2.81%)
  • MSFT 2.5% (+2.80%)
  • CRM 2.5% (-0.25%)
  • V 2.2% (-5.63%)
  • JNJ 1.8% (+6.37%)
  • PEP 1.5% (-5.08%)
  • PG 1.4% (-5.28%)
  • ABT 1.3% (+2.07%)
  • KO 0.5% (-2.53%)

PFE

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

Comment by redditexceptstocks on stocks

Hi, I’m new to this - started during the pandemic when I had a lot more spare time - and not really sure what I’m doing and worried that what I am doing is garbage.

On me: I’m 33. I have a Roth IRA I started this year (why not earlier you ask, because until a few years ago I was broke af) and maxed out for the year, which is right now just in an index fund. This is the long-term component and I don’t plan to touch it until retirement. The stocks component is more for fun/short term, although it would obviously be preferable to earn money and not lose it.

Since the idea partly was short-term, a lot of this is health care and logistics. I suspect tech is in a bubble and/or about to be hit hard by regulations, so there is less of that than some. Right now overall I’m up 4.87%, but I’m not sure how much of that is just the market being up. Also I’m bad at math so some of the technical stuff might be off here

  • LH - 4.04 shares
  • XPO - 3.23 shares
  • BABA - 1.60 shares (this, on the other hand, is presumably longer-term, although I have to say nothing in my portfolio has screwed me over more than this)
  • NET - 3.92 shares
  • PFE - 7.23 shares (earlier I had Moderna but sold it at like $89… please clap)
  • various smaller investments, mostly in renewable energy (RUN, NOVA, AZRE).

Comment by lmlennym on stocks

Started in September.

10 pc PLTR

10 pc WKHS

10 pc WORK

10 pc DBX

10 pc MSFT

7.5 pc JPM

5 pc T

5 pc LUV

5 pc ELY

5 pc NIO

5 pc PPL

5 pc PBA

5 pc BP

5 pc RKT

2.5 pc TEF

Some positions have ballooned due to recent gains e.g. PLTR and WKHS. May sell my stake in WORK at $50/share and put into something like KO, HRL or WMT. Also thinking of adding a pharma company like ABBV, AMGN, LLY, BNTX, PFE or JNJ. Doing my DD and will likely add soon.

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

PINS

Comment by koname32 on stocks

Buying PINS and PLTR

Comment by SorrowsSkills on stocks

20 M Canadian, hope this post isn’t buried because I really want some opinions. I started investing a few months before the pandemic by putting 5k into sp500 and nasdaq etf combine and bought a couple shares in facebook and tesla, then the crash happened, I bought some stuff and have continued buying ever since, got lucky with my entrance into the market (bought amazon just below 1700$ on its lowest peak during the crash haha, and now my portfolio has grown in size to over 60k.

  1. Tesla 28%
  2. Beyond Meat 11%
  3. NET 8%
  4. PINS 7%
  5. SQ 7%
  6. Amazon 7%
  7. SE Limited 7%
  8. IPOE 6%
  9. Clover Health 4.5%
  10. ARKG 4%
  11. Alibaba 4%
  12. Disney 2.5%

and a 4% into bitcoin, which compared to my overall portfolio I think is a bit much, but I’ll just leave it be.

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by Objective_Jacket_270 on stocks

Newbie investor, first time posting. Portfolio at around 10,000 looking to add 20,000 to existing holdings. Considering to get more PLUG and PLTR later today. Am I spread too thin?
Edit: I’m 26 this year looking to hold for the next 6 months at least.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

20% / AAPL / -0.86%

10% / GME / 11.22%

9% / SQ / 5.29%

8% / TSLA / 16.53%

6% / LMND / 5.14%

5% / PLUG / 4.86%

5% / ARKG / 17.01%

5% / Hydrogen / -1.89%

5% / PTON / 16.15%

4% / GOEV / -7.92%

4% / CRWD / 10.44%

3% / NIO / -1.10%

2% / ARKQ / 12.75%

2% / DOCU / 10.05%

2% / BABA / 3.10%

2% / CRM / -2.03%

2% / AMD / -4.38%

1% / WMT / -0.96%

1% / PINS / 0.95%

1% / SBE / 14.58%

1% / NET / 5.95%

1% / RDFN / 9.59%

Comment by SorrowsSkills on stocks

20 M Canadian, hope this post isn’t buried because I really want some opinions. I started investing a few months before the pandemic by putting 5k into sp500 and nasdaq etf combine and bought a couple shares in facebook and tesla, then the crash happened, I bought some stuff and have continued buying ever since, got lucky with my entrance into the market (bought amazon just below 1700$ on its lowest peak during the crash haha, and now my portfolio has grown in size to over 60k.

  1. Tesla 28%
  2. Beyond Meat 11%
  3. NET 8%
  4. PINS 7%
  5. SQ 7%
  6. Amazon 7%
  7. SE Limited 7%
  8. IPOE 6%
  9. Clover Health 4.5%
  10. ARKG 4%
  11. Alibaba 4%
  12. Disney 2.5%

and a 4% into bitcoin, which compared to my overall portfolio I think is a bit much, but I’ll just leave it be.

PLTR

Comment by BlizzardLizard555 on wallstreetbets

Why did I buy $32c on PLTR yesterday lmaooo

Comment by Stiffery_Unban on wallstreetbets

If PLTR ain’t green tomorrow I’ma have to send Cathie a strongly worded email

Comment by BrillTread on wallstreetbets

Smh PLTR execs about to get metoo’d for raping millions of people with that sell off

Comment by Idraankwhat on wallstreetbets

Dear 8 lb 6 ounces… newborn infant Jesus, don’t even know what options are yet. Please let Daddy Karp and my fellow palantards see the light at the end of the this dark day. Let PLTR rise above the rest to end at 30 EOD.

Comment by lIlIlIlIlIlII on wallstreetbets

I’m 99% sure Cathie bought more PLTR today. Save my comment.

PLUG

Comment by urgirlsmomsdaddy on stocks

25 year old, need all the feedback as I can get!

This is my individual stock portfolio: $110k currently, long term (10 years), medium to high risk tolerance.

• ⁠SQ 14%

• ⁠DIS 10%

• ⁠TSLA 9.5%

• ⁠AMD 9%

• ⁠MSFT 8%

• ⁠AAPL 6.5%

• ⁠V 6.5%

• ⁠GOOG 6%

• ⁠DKNG 5.5%

• ⁠AMZN 4.5%

• ⁠JPM 4.5%

• ⁠WMT 4%

• ⁠JMIA 3%

• ⁠CRSP 2.5%

• ⁠TDOC 2%

• ⁠NIO 1.5%

• ⁠PLUG 1.5%

Considering dropping a bit from MSFT, V, AAPL, DIS and AMZN - adding NET for some additional risk/growth + boosting NIO and PLUG a bit. Still undecided.

Comment by DavidAg02 on stocks

My biggest problem with ICLN is how PLUG is almost 10% of the portfolio. I know a lot of you don’t want to hear this, but out of all the green energy technologies… Hydrogen has the most difficult path to success. Hydrogen is not easily transported, and in it’s current state, it’s not a green tech. at all. Most of the worlds hydrogen comes from natural gas. I’m amazed at how many people who have invested in PLUG don’t know that.

I don’t have a problem with PLUG being a part of ICLN, I just think it needs to be a much smaller percentage of the pie than it currently is.

Comment by nimbwitz on stocks

Started back in December and hoping to use my saving to generate some growth instead of leaving it in my savings doing nothing. Currently holding the following in my portfolio:

  • AAPL - 4.53%
  • MT - 3.41%
  • KO - 3.51%
  • FLOW - 1.17%
  • MARA - 3.63%
  • NNDM - 0.94%
  • NIO - 6.07%
  • PLUG - 11.08%
  • PRX - 3.65%
  • QCOM - 5.38%
  • TTCF - 1.63%
  • TSLA - 30.22%

ETF’s:

  • EXS1 - 10.04%
  • ESP0 - 3.03%
  • VWRL - 7.46%
  • WTAI - 4.24%

Edit: I’m living in the Netherlands

Comment by maahk5066 on stocks

JMIA - 37.22% NIO - 33.96% PLTR - 10.30% TTCF - 18.52% (Planning to split some of these for shares in PLUG and ICLN)

PM

Comment by 95Daphne on stocks

Kinda not sorry if I sound condescending but let’s take a look at what happened on the Sunday night/Monday that lines up with this day last year:

6:30ish PM eastern on Sunday:

https://web.archive.org/web/20200224005905/https://www.cnbc.com/

Early in the morning:

https://web.archive.org/web/20200224110546if_/https://www.cnbc.com/

The pictures aren’t on the money, but the wording is.

But the point of this exercise is how is something like this morning comparable to 2020? In fact at least for now, you can’t compare it to September, late October, or even what happened a few weeks ago (I’m probably jinxing it admittedly, I think the Naz was down 200ish points or so in its futures on that early September day and then the dam broke during trading hours).

Comment by Sandwich_Embarrassed on wallstreetbets

alright girls time to start up the onlyfans PM ur links

Comment by YouProbablyDissagree on wallstreetbets

It’s 9 PM and my stocks are still volatile as fuck what the hell is this lol

Comment by marcnathan88 on pennystocks

If I didn’t had the urge to stare at my chart I wouldn’t have seen that I’m in red. Had to close my two trades during extended hours where orders don’t get filled easily and price just kept tanking adding to my losses because I had to keep adjusting the price although it went just a little over 10% of my SL in place. 20% kinda sucks.

It was a swing trade so I didn’t feel the need to check the chart. Now I learned something. No matter how confident you are in your swings always check the charts on PM especially if it’s a swing trade because PT and SL doesn’t work during this hour.

Days like this happen every time. Just need to move on and wait for a possible re-entry or look for another opportunity or like you said do something else and take a break. I might just sit on my hands this week.

Comment by —–1 on wallstreetbets

Up 10% PM LOL DO I SMELL $100 EOD

PSTH

Comment by RockyMtns3 on stocks

85% of portfolio divided up between these (current unrealized return in parenthesis):

  • VTI - 35% (+35%)
  • MSFT - 15% (+99%)
  • V - 15% (+98%)
  • EXAS - 10% (+128%)
  • ICLN - 5% (+17%)
  • WM - 5% (+26%)
  • AWK - 5% (+76%)
  • NIO - 2% (+21%)
  • APPL - 2% (+5%)
  • SBUX - 2% (+87%)
  • SQ - 2% (+8%)
  • PTON - 1% (+30%)
  • PSTH - .5% (+5%)
  • NGA - .5% (+8%)

The other 15% is used for options and theta gang (ARKG, NET, CRM, PTON, and others)

Comment by buuce on stocks

18 years old. I just opened my portfolio this week and have about (70%) of what I mention:

  • NVDA (7.5%) / AAPL (7.5%) / AMD (5%) / MSFT (10%) / DIS (10%)
  • VOO (15%) / QQQ (4.5%)
  • ARKK (4%) / ARKG (3%) / ARKF (2%)
  • ICLN (4%) / QCLN (4%) / TAN (2%) / FAN (2%) / PBW (2%)
  • PSTH (3.5%) / PLTR (3.5%) / FSR (2%) / MT (2.5%)
  • CIBR (2.5%) / CRWD (3%)

Thoughts?

Comment by buuce on stocks

18 years old. I just opened my portfolio this week and have about (70%) of what I mention:

  • NVDA (7.5%) / AAPL (7.5%) / AMD (5%) / MSFT (10%) / DIS (10%)
  • VOO (15%) / QQQ (4.5%)
  • ARKK (4%) / ARKG (3%) / ARKF (2%)
  • ICLN (4%) / QCLN (4%) / TAN (2%) / FAN (2%) / PBW (2%)
  • PSTH (3.5%) / PLTR (3.5%) / FSR (2%) / MT (2.5%)
  • CIBR (2.5%) / CRWD (3%)

Thoughts?

Comment by ToiletPaperHands69 on stocks

Noobie 29yo who just came in on the hype and learning tough lessons. Open to criticism about balancing going forward. Investing 3k and will likely add 500 a month to more ETFs going forward.

  • VOO 25%
  • ARKK 19%
  • ARKG 16 %
  • PLTR 13%
  • ICLN 5%
  • AAPL 4%
  • PSTH 3 %
  • NVDA 3%
  • MRNA 3%
  • GME 3%
  • AMD 2 %
  • FSR 1.5%
  • NIO 1.3%
  • CRSR 1.3%

Trying to avoid locking in losses and waiting out the meme stocks, with slowly transferring to a 90/10 ratio of ETF/Stocks. Right idea? I imagine I should continue buying up ICLN going forward and expanding that.

Comment by RockyMtns3 on stocks

85% of portfolio divided up between these (current unrealized return in parenthesis):

  • VTI - 35% (+35%)
  • MSFT - 15% (+99%)
  • V - 15% (+98%)
  • EXAS - 10% (+128%)
  • ICLN - 5% (+17%)
  • WM - 5% (+26%)
  • AWK - 5% (+76%)
  • NIO - 2% (+21%)
  • APPL - 2% (+5%)
  • SBUX - 2% (+87%)
  • SQ - 2% (+8%)
  • PTON - 1% (+30%)
  • PSTH - .5% (+5%)
  • NGA - .5% (+8%)

The other 15% is used for options and theta gang (ARKG, NET, CRM, PTON, and others)

PT

Comment by lipscarf on investing

Full disclosure. My position in AGTC is 300 @ 7.65.

Who is AGTC?

AGTC is a Biopharmaceutical company that focuses on gene therapies to treat rare inherited genetic conditions. They specialize in treating eye conditions, and have a substantial pipeline with promising results. This pipeline includes treatment for X-Linked Retinitis Pigmentosa (XLRP), which is in extended phase 2 clinical trials. They are also in clinical trials for a treatment of Achromatopsia. You can see their full pipeline here: https://agtc.com/programs/

What is XLRP?

Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) describes a group of rare genetic eye diseases that damage light-sensitive cells in the retina, leading to loss of sight over time. In about 10% of RP cases, the non-working gene is passed down from the mother to her children resulting in a form of RP known as X-Linked RP (XLRP). For more information about how retinitis pigmentosa is inherited and the impact on the vision of male and female children, please go to https://www.nei.nih.gov/learn-about-eye-health/eye-conditions-and-diseases/retinitis-pigmentosa.

XLRP causes gradual vision loss in boys and young men. The disease begins with night blindness and is followed by a slow narrowing of the peripheral field of vision. In general, the decline in vision (also referred to as “visual acuity”) results in a person becoming legally blind in their 40s.”

Catalysts

AGTC recently took part in the OIS Gene Therapy Innovation Showcase and showed extremely promising results from their XLRP trials. I watched the conference and CEO Sue Washer spoke clearly and confidently about their results. Unfortunately the YouTube video was made private, and I am unable to locate it anywhere. If I find a link I will update this post.

AGTC is also presenting this week at the 4th annual Gene Therapy for Rare Disorders digital event. Information on this event can be found here: https://genetherapy-conference.com/

AGTC currently has a strong buy rating with an average price target of $16.71. Low price target is $9, high price target is $35. Right now looks like a perfect entry point, and I have spent the day averaging down during the dip. https://www.wsj.com/market-data/quotes/AGTC/research-ratings

The analyst that gave a $35 PT is Zegbeh Jallah Ph D, a senior research analyst in the biotech sector for Roth Capital. I tend to listen to voices such as hers!

AGTC is also speculated to be a buyout candidate by Sanofi. These are just rumors, but there is a lot of reason to be optimistic moving forward!

Institutional Ownership

According to Fintel, AGTC has institutional ownership pushing 40%. This is generally a great sign for retail investors. Institutions generally don’t invest in failing companies. https://fintel.io/so/us/agtc

Competitors

AGTC isn’t the only company that is developing XLRP therapy. Currently the two main competitors are Biogen (BIIB) and Mieragtx (MGTX). Both of these companies are also in clinical trials for their XLRP treatment, but what sets AGTC apart is the efficacy and safety of their treatments. Compared to their competitors, AGTC’s therapy is not only more effective, but also has far fewer incidents of negative side effects.

Recently AGTC went through a big pump. On Feb 1 the stock was trading right around $4 and shot up all the way to $9+ by 2/11, and again on 2/17. The last few days of trading we are seeing a steady pullback, with a share price of $6.39 at the time of writing. This presents a fantastic entry point in my opinion. With an average price target of $16+, AGTC could easily see 150% growth over the next 12 months, with potential to soar well above that if the clinical trials continue to show positive results.

There isn’t much to dislike about this company. Their leadership team is extremely seasoned, they are narrowly focused, their trials show incredible promise and they are the clear front runners among their competitors for XLRP treatment!

As always, do your own DD before investing! You can join the sub r/AGTCstock where you can find a lot more great DD posts and information. The discord is lively as well! Discord

EDIT: This is for JCornwall8. I must warn you that investing in the stock market carries risk. Please evaluate the risks associated with investing before making any investment decisions. Biopharmaceuticals can be very volatile.

Comment by TacoTimeTraveler on stocks

Started building up a personal trading account in Jan ‘20. My primary goal (so far) for this account is to generate wealth/growth by finding undervalued stocks and Buy and Hold (still unsure about exit strategy - Ex. Whether to sell at a predetermined PT or hold a minimum of X years and then set PT). I don’t like the Short Term Cap Gains tax rate so I do plan on holding all shares for AT LEAST one year to make it into Long Term Cap Gains territory. This gives me some time to set up and implement a revolving exit strategy (How do you determine when/if to exit long term positions?) All of the below items have been purchased at various intervals since the beginning of this year. Please rate, comment, or answer any of the questions above. Any and all information appreciated:

LOW - 18% HEI - 14.5% BP - 10% XOM - 9.5% COP - 9.5% SPCE - 8.75% DAL - 6.75% ALK - 5.5% JBLU - 5% UAL - 5.25% CCL - 3.5% WM - 1.25%

Comment by TacoTimeTraveler on stocks

Started building up a personal trading account in Jan ‘20. My primary goal (so far) for this account is to generate wealth/growth by finding undervalued stocks and Buy and Hold (still unsure about exit strategy - Ex. Whether to sell at a predetermined PT or hold a minimum of X years and then set PT). I don’t like the Short Term Cap Gains tax rate so I do plan on holding all shares for AT LEAST one year to make it into Long Term Cap Gains territory. This gives me some time to set up and implement a revolving exit strategy (How do you determine when/if to exit long term positions?) All of the below items have been purchased at various intervals since the beginning of this year. Please rate, comment, or answer any of the questions above. Any and all information appreciated:

LOW - 18% HEI - 14.5% BP - 10% XOM - 9.5% COP - 9.5% SPCE - 8.75% DAL - 6.75% ALK - 5.5% JBLU - 5% UAL - 5.25% CCL - 3.5% WM - 1.25%

PTON

Comment by OptionsAndTren on wallstreetbets

If you lost money today it’s because you didn’t smell a woman’s sweaty ass for good luck after she finished her PTON workout.

Comment by Objective_Jacket_270 on stocks

Newbie investor, first time posting. Portfolio at around 10,000 looking to add 20,000 to existing holdings. Considering to get more PLUG and PLTR later today. Am I spread too thin?
Edit: I’m 26 this year looking to hold for the next 6 months at least.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

20% / AAPL / -0.86%

10% / GME / 11.22%

9% / SQ / 5.29%

8% / TSLA / 16.53%

6% / LMND / 5.14%

5% / PLUG / 4.86%

5% / ARKG / 17.01%

5% / Hydrogen / -1.89%

5% / PTON / 16.15%

4% / GOEV / -7.92%

4% / CRWD / 10.44%

3% / NIO / -1.10%

2% / ARKQ / 12.75%

2% / DOCU / 10.05%

2% / BABA / 3.10%

2% / CRM / -2.03%

2% / AMD / -4.38%

1% / WMT / -0.96%

1% / PINS / 0.95%

1% / SBE / 14.58%

1% / NET / 5.95%

1% / RDFN / 9.59%

Comment by ahm4321 on stocks

Anyone knows why PTON is down 10% thought they won their case with Nordtrack 😐

Comment by Parish87 on wallstreetbets

Only investment i’m worried about is my PTON. Everything else is good shit. PTON though.. that might take a while to recover.

Comment by Objective_Jacket_270 on stocks

Newbie investor, first time posting. Portfolio at around 10,000 looking to add 20,000 to existing holdings. Considering to get more PLUG and PLTR later today. Am I spread too thin?
Edit: I’m 26 this year looking to hold for the next 6 months at least.

Weight/Ticker/Gain

20% / AAPL / -0.86%

10% / GME / 11.22%

9% / SQ / 5.29%

8% / TSLA / 16.53%

6% / LMND / 5.14%

5% / PLUG / 4.86%

5% / ARKG / 17.01%

5% / Hydrogen / -1.89%

5% / PTON / 16.15%

4% / GOEV / -7.92%

4% / CRWD / 10.44%

3% / NIO / -1.10%

2% / ARKQ / 12.75%

2% / DOCU / 10.05%

2% / BABA / 3.10%

2% / CRM / -2.03%

2% / AMD / -4.38%

1% / WMT / -0.96%

1% / PINS / 0.95%

1% / SBE / 14.58%

1% / NET / 5.95%

1% / RDFN / 9.59%

PULM

Comment by wawrzuu on pennystocks

I took profits on every position last week cuz I felt that we’re due for a big ol red time, loaded up today on some blue caps, bought a bit of PULM and RIGL and logged out. No point in looking, this week’s gonna be shit as well. Still holding those BB bags with honor tho.

Comment by onlyAnAccountant on pennystocks

Preface: I am NOT a financial advisor

Background: B.S. Accounting

Summary: I consider PULM to still be undervalued according to the financials

source: https://www.morningstar.com/stocks/xnas/pulm/financials

The good:

  • Good financial health and has the ability to cover its debts
    • Quick Ratio: 3.38 (Above 1 is normally considered good)
    • Current Ratio: 3.51 (Has the ability to easily cover all current debts; A/P, etc)
  • High Revenue Growth
    • Seen dramatic climb in revenue over last 3 years
      • 2017: .34mil
      • 2018: .15 Mil
      • 2019: 7.91 Mil
      • TTM: 12.32 Mil
    • 111.59% increase
  • Increased Profitability
    • Also included in the Bad
    • While posting higher operating income (linked to gross profit), they are still posting a loss year-to-year
  • Increases to R&D
    • 28.5% increase over the last 3 years. TTM shows a 40%+ increase to the budget.
    • This is a personal metric I monitor in companies, I find that companies that have a strong focus on R&D tend to perform better.

The Meh:

  • P/B value is 2.71; Depending on the investor this can be seen as good or bad. However it is considered to be on the lower side of penny stocks (the lower the P/B value, typically the more undervalued, I use sub 3 p/b value as an indicator of undervaluing).

The Bad:

  • Low (negative) Profitability
    • ROA: -53.9%
    • ROE: -107%
    • Net Margin: -166%
    • However, profitability is not always considered in evaluating a company, however, it is important to consider it when investing in a company.
  • High P/S Ratio
    • 3.72
    • This ratio compares how much investors put into how much the company produces in sales. The lower the ratio, the better for investors. Typically a good range is between 1-2 depending on the industry.

Moderate-to-good potential growth, however, will probably not hit above $10 a share for a long while IMO. However, I’ve been wrong many time before.

I personally have it as a price target of $6.50 by end of the year

Positions: 50 shares @ $1.76 soon to be doubled.

Comment by TARHEEL202122 on pennystocks

Wow what a ride brought some more PULM at 1.66 falls to 1.55 now back up to 1.75. Stressful morning!

Comment by pseudonhm on pennystocks

I got in PULM last week for the long hold

Comment by wawrzuu on pennystocks

I took profits on every position last week cuz I felt that we’re due for a big ol red time, loaded up today on some blue caps, bought a bit of PULM and RIGL and logged out. No point in looking, this week’s gonna be shit as well. Still holding those BB bags with honor tho.

PYPL

Comment by blueflag101 on stocks

Interesting post. I take the view this is a slight correction to shake out nervous nellies from the market who would have bought near the top and are now in loss mitigation mode - happens periodically and a large part is electronic trading i suspect - if one sells then everyone follows. Fundamentally, nothing has changed from last week to this week - nothing in vaccinations, stimulus and I do not think the majority of people’s optimism has changed to any extent. I also suspect some market players are helping this shakedown. I see a sharp uptick in a week or even sooner. Just a hunch - no financial advice. I will look to purchase premium stocks on a further dip - AAPL, MSFT, PYPL GS, MELI, AMZN etc. The EV and like stocks were all frothy to me.

For the stocks I currently have (listed above) I am looking to enter into short dated covered calls with low probabilities of exercise to generate some cash.. Thoughts?

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Can we go full circle and go from FAANG to FAPPENING?

FB / APPL / PENN / PYPL / ETSY / NFLX / NVDA / INTC / NIO / GME

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

QCOM

Comment by lexispenser on stocks

Hi. Since my last post here, my portfolio has gone from 25k to 35k. Here is my updated breakdown. Thanks for the discussions, guys. I really appreciate it!

Individual stocks (69%)

  • WKHS 4%
  • BOX 3%
  • PLTR 10%
  • TSLA 10%
  • AMZN 10%
  • JNJ 5%
  • CAT 5%
  • QCOM 5%
  • HRL 5%
  • O 5%
  • NKE 5%
  • SWBI 2%

ETFs (25%)

  • VOO 10%
  • VGI 5%
  • ARKG 10%

Penny stocks (6%)

  • NNDM 2%
  • MARA 2%
  • TSNP 1%
  • ZOM 1%

Comment by stickman07738 on investing

This reminds me of the Dotcom bubble and my experience with QCOM. In early Feb 2000 (right after Y2K), QCOM dipped 10% over a couple of days - I rushed in to buy more as it was a bargain - I was genius as it popped slightly then by June, I lost $300K.

Comment by JRshoe1997 on stocks

Started investing on July 31st 2020. I am 23 years old and I only invest in stocks. I have a little over 6000 dollars invested. These are my holdings:

  1. AAPL- 34.19%

  2. JNJ- 20.53%

  3. KO- 12.10%

  4. O- 10.30%

  5. T- 9.50%

  6. INTC- 4.58%

  7. QCOM- 2.35%

  8. SFT- 0.70% (For the memes)

Overall I want to add PFE, JPM, and TSLA to my portfolio. Just waiting for a nice red day to add them so I am sitting on some cash right now. Which why my percents don’t add up because I do have cash in my account that I have not used yet. I also plan on accumulating more AAPL, JNJ, KO, O, and QCOM shares whenever the buying opportunity presents itself.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by Adminmind on stocks

LT holder, hope I won’t be screwed up :) Appreciate any inputs that can help me relocate the portfolio

[ETF]

VTI 24%, ARKG 15%, ARKK 10%, VXUS 9%, ICLN 4%

[major stocks]

ADBE 8%, NVDA 6%, MSFT 5%, DIS 3%, ABNB 3%, YETI 3%

[small holdings]

PLTR 2%, COST 2%, AAPL 2%, APPS 1%, QCOM 1%, TSM 1%, SNE 1%

[Edit] fixed typos in ticker

RCL

Comment by Scrubbadubdoug on stocks

What the fuck is going on with travel/cruise stocks today? RCL posts $1.3B loss in Q4, cruise suspensions for months yet, and expected losses for this year yet is up 12%??? What am I missing.

Comment by Bowf on stocks

I’ll play…but I am not in near as deep as others (small portfolio, small number of stocks)…always looking for input. Started investing in stocks March of last year…been in Mutuals for decades.

CCL - 65%…not because I invested that much more…just got into it sooner and earned that much more

RCL - 20%…got into it when I bought more CCL. Return has been good

VGAC - 15%…looking at future growth after CCL and RCL cap when they start cruising again.

More important to me…are things I am watching.

MAC - because someone else recommended it, but I don’t see the potential

AIEQ - Interests me…but don’t want to buy in late (is it too late) ACIC
GIX - SPAC that has a pending deal ARTL PLTR - Not guying all the hype…but will probably regret that later KGRN - Green energy is growing in China…

Comment by EastPennHawk on pennystocks

A lot of red, but things like DIS, F, RCL and GPS up nicely for me today. Still down overall, though. And in the penny stock arena … what’s up with USRM … really jumped today!

Comment by jtdolla911 on stocks

Bought RYCEY and RCL for the long term, also picked up some option calls for cheap money

Comment by Bowf on stocks

I’ll play…but I am not in near as deep as others (small portfolio, small number of stocks)…always looking for input. Started investing in stocks March of last year…been in Mutuals for decades.

CCL - 65%…not because I invested that much more…just got into it sooner and earned that much more

RCL - 20%…got into it when I bought more CCL. Return has been good

VGAC - 15%…looking at future growth after CCL and RCL cap when they start cruising again.

More important to me…are things I am watching.

MAC - because someone else recommended it, but I don’t see the potential

AIEQ - Interests me…but don’t want to buy in late (is it too late) ACIC
GIX - SPAC that has a pending deal ARTL PLTR - Not guying all the hype…but will probably regret that later KGRN - Green energy is growing in China…

REAL

Comment by fortnitefan1125 on wallstreetbets

CASH GANG IS REAL COMFY RIGHT NOW

Comment by DuckMrLincoln on wallstreetbets

NONE OF THIS IS REAL UNLESS WE BUY BUY BUY.

Comment by Thatguy19901 on wallstreetbets

entire tech sector crashes

Robinhood: I sleep

GME squeezes

Robinhood: REAL SHIT

Comment by NXC160 on wallstreetbets

ONE TINY BIT OF RED AS THE WHOLE MARKET CRASHES A BIT AND YALL CHICKEN PLUS LETTING BEARS AND SHILLS SPREAD BAD VIBES FOR REAL THIS IS PATHETIC HOLD AND BUY

Comment by Kindly_Media_2528 on wallstreetbets

AH, PUSH IT! PA-PA-PA-PUSH IT REAL GOOD! 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

RH

Comment by HelpMeIWillPayU on wallstreetbets

Over $30k and using RH still… I hope they restrict buying and selling again

Comment by AuthorAdamOConnell on stocks

Honest answer? It’s not fair, they lost then rigged the game. I lost $1.2 million in potential profit (based on what I had at the beginning of the day not including the humongous gains if RH hadn’t shut down liquidity) and it’s shitty, made me feel sick to the pit of my stomach. Told a friend I felt like vomiting afterwards. Literally.

And yet… it’s the only game in town.

Yes, it’s rigged. Institutions will always have more of an advantage than you and they can cheat even when that’s not enough. Bright side is though it’s rare. What happened with GME? We probably won’t see that again this decade if ever. Yeah, the whales get most of the plankton, but truthfully there is enough chum left on the sides that us smaller fish can still get fed.

It’s not fair, it’s heart-breaking at times, but what else are you going to do? Buy bonds?

Comment by BandWagonMyTail on wallstreetbets

How do you have such a high sell limit? My RH won’t let me go above $2500…

Comment by charltonjohn on stocks

Will it be listed on RH pre-market the day of its IPO?

Comment by debugg_and_bait on wallstreetbets

brah why you still on RH hahaha

RIOT

Comment by 21dimitri on wallstreetbets

I’m short RIOT and TSLA

can’t wait for tomorrow

Comment by gcaptain on wallstreetbets

Buying the RIOT and maybe some more RIOT.

Comment by chumpachimps on wallstreetbets

Hope you bought RIOT on the dip. Bitchcorn back on track for 60k this week

Comment by Remote_Construction8 on wallstreetbets

Idk what the future for that one expensive coin is but RIOT might be a good buy right now while it’s down.

Comment by MrRigobertos on wallstreetbets

Mmmmmm It’s barely after midnight and I can already smell my RIOT puts cooking for breakfast.

RKT

Comment by GRZP on wallstreetbets

Name a more iconic duo - RKT earnings and market corrections

Comment by thumpasaurus on wallstreetbets

alright, now RKT and AMD can get back to the regularly scheduled business of being disappointingly stagnant

Comment by AK7007 on wallstreetbets

Big tendieman, I’m calling you on my nokia to ask that you please refuel our RKT so we may once again meet you on your air fryer cloud in the sky. We’ll light our weed stocks on fire, just to get high enough to meet you if you would only bless our airline and travel plays. We won’t linger, and will be sure to pass off our $MEME ETF bags as we sail past on our way to the moon.

Comment by PeleMaradona on stocks

Looking for opinions on my portfolio. A bit worried that it’s too ‘tech’ heavy, but the again, drawing a strict line between tech and other industries is getting harder these days. Also, Tesla having such a large share was not intended and can be explained by it’s explosive growth over the last year.

34 yo with long-term investment horizon:

+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| TSLA  | Tesla Inc                  | 15.9% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| AAPL  | Apple Inc                  | 12.0% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| AMZN  | Amazon.com Inc             | 11.8% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SQ    | Square Inc                 | 11.7% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| BRK'B | Berkshire Hathaway Inc Del | 9.6%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| MSFT  | Microsoft Corp             | 7.4%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| ICLN  | Ishares S&p Global Clean   | 5.5%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| GLD   | Spdr Gold Tr               | 5.4%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DIS   | Walt Disney Co             | 5.1%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| O     | Realty Income Corp         | 3.2%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SE    | Sea Limited                | 2.7%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| JPM   | Jpmorgan Chase & Co        | 2.6%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DG    | Dollar General Corporation | 2.5%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DKNG  | Draftkings Inc             | 2.0%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SBUX  | Starbucks Corp             | 1.7%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| RKT   | Rocket Companies Inc       | 0.8%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+

Comment by LoliconIsLife on wallstreetbets

The only gurantees in this world.

1 Death.

2 Taxes.

  1. RKT trading in the low 20’s

ROIC

Comment by BarakubaTrade on SecurityAnalysis

I was thinking a lot about SaaS companies and what makes them attractive investments. To me the thing that stands out about SaaS is the high ROIC and CROIC, so I did a screener looking at companies with >20% CROIC (I also decided to specifically look at tech just to minimize the number of companies I was looking at. Unsurprisingly, most of the companies that the screener found have generated significantly better results. One name in particular that stood out to me was APPS, because a couple fund managers had identified it as a good investment before the run-up.

What about APPS made it an attractive investment when it was trading at like $1-5 a share? Was it that it already had a strong ROIC? Or was it that it had low ROIC, which when increased lead to a massive price increase? How do I as an investor try to find these types of opportunities? Is screening for ROIC sufficient or is it one of those scenarios where once a high ROIC is apparent, the price is already through the roof?

Comment by gsinternthrowaway on SecurityAnalysis

Calculating ROIC relies on book value of assets as an input. I’m confused how this can be useful without marking assets to market. Wouldn’t an older company with a lot of appreciated real estate for example have a skewed ROIC because assets would be much more valuable than BV would suggest?

Comment by BarakubaTrade on SecurityAnalysis

I was thinking a lot about SaaS companies and what makes them attractive investments. To me the thing that stands out about SaaS is the high ROIC and CROIC, so I did a screener looking at companies with >20% CROIC (I also decided to specifically look at tech just to minimize the number of companies I was looking at. Unsurprisingly, most of the companies that the screener found have generated significantly better results. One name in particular that stood out to me was APPS, because a couple fund managers had identified it as a good investment before the run-up.

What about APPS made it an attractive investment when it was trading at like $1-5 a share? Was it that it already had a strong ROIC? Or was it that it had low ROIC, which when increased lead to a massive price increase? How do I as an investor try to find these types of opportunities? Is screening for ROIC sufficient or is it one of those scenarios where once a high ROIC is apparent, the price is already through the roof?

Comment by gsinternthrowaway on SecurityAnalysis

Calculating ROIC relies on book value of assets as an input. I’m confused how this can be useful without marking assets to market. Wouldn’t an older company with a lot of appreciated real estate for example have a skewed ROIC because assets would be much more valuable than BV would suggest?

ROKU

Comment by surprisefaceclown on stocks

Great day to buy Got a stack of ROKU at 385

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by 150passions on stocks

all longterm shares baby

  • AAPL - 4.6%
  • AMZN - 2.46%
  • ARKF - 0.68%
  • ARKG - 1.31%
  • ARKK - 2.6%
  • NIO - 3%
  • PLTR - 4%
  • ROKU 5%
  • TSLA - 73%

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by PkPkKbKb on wallstreetbets

How many total shares of TSLA does Cathy own? Also someone said she dumped ROKU today is that even true? Don’t see it in their reportings…

RSI

Comment by Darko0808 on CryptoCurrency

When I started buying crypto in 2017 this kind of Dips would really stress me out to the point when I could not sleep right and I wasn’t even invested much. Nowadays this kind of Dips makes me happy as weird as it sounds as it gives me an opportunity to grab some assets I at a huge discount and to reset RSI indicators

This is only a bump in the road, it takes time to become numb

Comment by wtfisgoinon81 on investing

Do you use MACD or RSI or both? Is there a particular way to use both or is that overkill for momentum indicators?

Comment by smithywill on stocks

OK MAXN now ripping after my RSI comment 5 mins ago. I have the power.

Comment by AutoModerator on stocks

This is the daily discussion, so anything stocks related is fine, but the theme for today is on technical analysis (TA), but if TA is not your thing then just ignore the theme and/or post your arguments against TA here and not in the current post.

Some helpful day to day links, including news:


Technical analysis (TA) uses historical price movements, real time data, indicators based on math and/or statistics, and charts; all of which help measure the trajectory of a security. TA can also be used to interpret the actions of other market participants and predict their actions.

The main benefit to TA is that everything shows up in the price (commonly known as “priced in”): All news, investor sentiment, and changes to fundamentals are reflected in a security’s price.

TA can be useful on any timeframe, both short and long term.

Intro to technical analysis by Stockcharts chartschool and their article on candlesticks

If you have questions, please see the following word cloud and click through for the wiki:

Indicator - Trade Signals - Lagging Indicator - Leading Indicator - Oversold - Overbought - Divergence - Whipsaw - Resistance - Support - Breakout/Breakdown - Alerts - Trend line - Market Participants - Moving average - RSI - VWAP - MACD - ATR - Bollinger Bands - Ichimoku clouds - Methods - Trend Following - Fading - Channels - Patterns - Pivots

See our past daily discussions here. Also links for: Technicals Tuesday, Options Trading Thursday, and Fundamentals Friday.

Comment by smithywill on stocks

MAXN RSI is below 35, crazy

RUN

Comment by Beautiful_Dark1533 on UraniumSqueeze

I now own 20000 UUUU and 20000 of DNN and 6500 UEC, 25000FCU, 6000 atomic Energy. And 5000 UR Energy and 6000 ISO energy and EU encore energy 5000 shares. Let’s go Uranium BULL RUN 2021!!!!!💰☘️💥💥💥💥💥

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by Beautiful_Dark1533 on UraniumSqueeze

I now own 20000 UUUU and 20000 of DNN and 6500 UEC, 25000FCU, 6000 atomic Energy. And 5000 UR Energy and 6000 ISO energy and EU encore energy 5000 shares. Let’s go Uranium BULL RUN 2021!!!!!💰☘️💥💥💥💥💥

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by JerzeyDevilz on stocks

Roth IRA, 27y/o

AMZN 30%

AAPL 8%

MSFT 7%

GOOG 5%

MMM 5%

BUD 3.5%

V 3.5%

DIS 2.5%

XOM 2%

UPS 2%

BA 2%

TSLA 2%

AXP 2%

ETFs (ITA, VOO, VOOG, BETZ, IPAY, QQQ, JETS, CIBR, IDRV, MJ) totaling 12%

I know AMZN is weighted extremely heavy. I plan to only increase it since my brokerage (Vanguard) doesn’t offer fractional shares. Eventually, barring a split, my annual contributions may not even be able to purchase a share of Amazon is my logic.

I have a Robinhood account that is redundant on some of these stocks. I do not hold Amazon there. Disney is my largest holding there around 6%. That portfolio also has more growth based stocks at good entries like DKNG ($10), NIO ($2), UBER ($25), PLTR ($10), BABA ($160), TCHEY ($50), RUN ($14) and SPACs

SAVE

Comment by bakedToaster on wallstreetbets

JPOW SAVE OUR TENDIES

Comment by i_call_u_faggot on wallstreetbets

BOBBY SCHMURDA WILL SAVE US

Comment by japarker8 on wallstreetbets

EVEN THE BOOMER STOCKS CAN’T SAVE YOU NOW.

Comment by Senfgestalt on wallstreetbets

#GOD SAVE THE FED 🐂🐂🐂🐂

Comment by Impossible_Job_4547 on wallstreetbets

JPOW SAVE US 🙌🙌🙌

SBUX

Comment by RockyMtns3 on stocks

85% of portfolio divided up between these (current unrealized return in parenthesis):

  • VTI - 35% (+35%)
  • MSFT - 15% (+99%)
  • V - 15% (+98%)
  • EXAS - 10% (+128%)
  • ICLN - 5% (+17%)
  • WM - 5% (+26%)
  • AWK - 5% (+76%)
  • NIO - 2% (+21%)
  • APPL - 2% (+5%)
  • SBUX - 2% (+87%)
  • SQ - 2% (+8%)
  • PTON - 1% (+30%)
  • PSTH - .5% (+5%)
  • NGA - .5% (+8%)

The other 15% is used for options and theta gang (ARKG, NET, CRM, PTON, and others)

Comment by Seminole-Patriot on stocks

Just got back into the market after graduating college, 22 y/o with a long term growth horizon.

20% VTI
5% Cash
10% NEE
10% SBUX
10% TGT
10% AMZN
10% NFLX
10% GOOG
10% AAPL
5% ESPO

Comment by RockyMtns3 on stocks

85% of portfolio divided up between these (current unrealized return in parenthesis):

  • VTI - 35% (+35%)
  • MSFT - 15% (+99%)
  • V - 15% (+98%)
  • EXAS - 10% (+128%)
  • ICLN - 5% (+17%)
  • WM - 5% (+26%)
  • AWK - 5% (+76%)
  • NIO - 2% (+21%)
  • APPL - 2% (+5%)
  • SBUX - 2% (+87%)
  • SQ - 2% (+8%)
  • PTON - 1% (+30%)
  • PSTH - .5% (+5%)
  • NGA - .5% (+8%)

The other 15% is used for options and theta gang (ARKG, NET, CRM, PTON, and others)

Comment by PeleMaradona on stocks

Looking for opinions on my portfolio. A bit worried that it’s too ‘tech’ heavy, but the again, drawing a strict line between tech and other industries is getting harder these days. Also, Tesla having such a large share was not intended and can be explained by it’s explosive growth over the last year.

34 yo with long-term investment horizon:

+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| TSLA  | Tesla Inc                  | 15.9% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| AAPL  | Apple Inc                  | 12.0% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| AMZN  | Amazon.com Inc             | 11.8% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SQ    | Square Inc                 | 11.7% |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| BRK'B | Berkshire Hathaway Inc Del | 9.6%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| MSFT  | Microsoft Corp             | 7.4%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| ICLN  | Ishares S&p Global Clean   | 5.5%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| GLD   | Spdr Gold Tr               | 5.4%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DIS   | Walt Disney Co             | 5.1%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| O     | Realty Income Corp         | 3.2%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SE    | Sea Limited                | 2.7%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| JPM   | Jpmorgan Chase & Co        | 2.6%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DG    | Dollar General Corporation | 2.5%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| DKNG  | Draftkings Inc             | 2.0%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| SBUX  | Starbucks Corp             | 1.7%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+
| RKT   | Rocket Companies Inc       | 0.8%  |
+-------+----------------------------+-------+

Comment by Seminole-Patriot on stocks

Just got back into the market after graduating college, 22 y/o with a long term growth horizon.

20% VTI
5% Cash
10% NEE
10% SBUX
10% TGT
10% AMZN
10% NFLX
10% GOOG
10% AAPL
5% ESPO

SE

Comment by Sprinkles_Spare on stocks

I’m 28, new investor & I use Robinhood.

I am up 289% from when I started investing in April. I started with $12,000 and I am at $36,153 and I took out my initial investment so I’m playing with house money at this point. I pulled out 70% right before the election and bought back in at the dip on Election Day.

All of my holding I have am holding are all positive. I know that returns like this aren’t usual but I am happy with my choices in winners. I think my portfolio has good growth opportunities over the next years. I plan to hold these long term now.

I would love any and all advice or opinions

Stocks.

  • PENN - 9.99%

  • TSLA - 7.14%

  • MTUM - 3.47%

  • ARKW - 3.28%

  • ARKK - 2.82%

  • ARKG - 2.37%

  • ARKF - 2.17%

  • ARKQ - 2.41%

  • ARKR - 2.3%

  • FSR - 3.37%

  • BABA - 2.8%

  • WDAY - 2.58%

  • CRM - 2.45%

  • PYPL - 2.55%

  • SQ - 2.57%

  • PRNT - 2.22%

  • AZRL - 2.2%

  • SE - 2.15%

  • ACST - 1.68%
  • IN UV - 1.69%
  • RYCEY - 0.85%

Calls - 1/15/21

  • GPRO $5.5 - 2 contracts.

3/19/21

  • PLUG $14 - 1 contract. * will be executing *

4/16/21

  • PBI $8 - 1 contract.
  • BETZ $29 - 3 contacts *will be executing at least 1
  • PENN $55 - 1 contract * 100% be executing

5/21/21

  • FSR $10 - 1 contract - may be executing
  • CAT $180 - 1 contract.

6/18/21

  • PLUG $17 - 1 contract - will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract.

1/20/23

  • VZ $60 - 1 contract
  • RI0T $2 - 1 contract * will be executing
  • CXW $7 - 1 contract
  • PENN $60 - 1 contract * fuck yes I am executing.

PENN is my favorite holding.

Comment by jaysoo3 on stocks

In addition to what everyone else said abound not trading and taking on too much risk, there is also a temptation to take on even more risk when you lose big. You might think you need to make the money back by making riskier and riskier bets, but that’s going to lead you to lose even more money.

Speculative stocks should only be a portion of your portfolio, not the entire thing. If you’re not sure what you’re doing, it’s probably safer go with an index fund like SPY or QQQ.

The market has been so crazy that new investors are taking on way too much risk thinking that they know better than the more experienced investors. For the past few months I sounded like a risk-adversed bear, even though I’m overall bullish (and my portfolio had a big growth component) – hell, I’m overweight in TSLA, PLTR and SE (and I own some BTC and ETH).

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

Comment by Adi_PL on stocks

16% TSLA
16% NIO
13% NET
12% ENPH
8% ICLN etf
5% AAPL
5% EMQQ etf
4% SQ
3% PLTR
3% CSIQ
3% MSFT
3% SE
3% PINS
2% NVTA
2% JMIA
2% CRSP

28, adding $800 monthly, I live in Europe, no ARK ETFs down here

Comment by t_lonestar on stocks

AAPL, AMD, JNJ, SQ, SE in standard (+38%) AAPL, ARKF, ARKK, F, MSFT, NVDA, TSLA, SE, WMT in Roth IRA (+14%)

SEE

Comment by Taysol on wallstreetbets

Bots and shills are out in full force again. Stop and ask yourself why?? SEE YOU ON THE MOON

Comment by Independent-BMO-03 on wallstreetbets

AMC, AMC, AMC, AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC AMC GOING TO THE MOON. SEE FOR YOURSELF

Comment by trumpydumptyonawall on wallstreetbets

ALL I SEE IS GREEN!!!!!

Comment by Hmm_would_bang on wallstreetbets

JPOW WITH A METAL CHAIR AND THE BEARS DON’T EVEN SEE HIM COMING

Comment by Ok_Entrepreneur5840 on wallstreetbets

GREAT TO SEE YOU AGAIN FELLAS!!! FROM ITALY HOLDING STRONG…. AND MAYBE BUYING

SENS

Comment by Mordred7 on pennystocks

Well just added another 1.1K shares of ASRT averaging down and bought SENS 4C April 16 calls

Comment by 420_blazze on wallstreetbets

Anyone bleeding SENS at the moment?

Comment by Navas16 on wallstreetbets

I like CTXR, SENS and IPIX

Comment by xrgt00x on wallstreetbets

Buying AMC and SENS calls

Comment by i-build-circuits on wallstreetbets

Bought more SENS on the dip and averaged down by $.50. Now it’s just pain for a while.

SI

Comment by babkakibosh on wallstreetbets

Heavy shorting and shilling today. FINRA SI must be pretty damning

Comment by bpi89 on wallstreetbets

New FINRA SI data tomorrow? 78% last time. What’s the over/under for new numbers?

I’m sure they covered some, but probably shorted even more. I bet we’re up around 110% on GME and probably even higher on the ETFs like XRT… 160%

Comment by HKane10 on wallstreetbets

What’s peoples guesses for SI tomorrow?

Comment by wtf_is_up on wallstreetbets

Let me guess Melvin is short ladder attacking you but it doesn’t matter because 2 more weeks and the SI report will send it to $1000

Comment by noobscoper420 on wallstreetbets

Maybe massive sell offs now to cover GME when SI report drops tomorrow 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

SLT

Comment by Bildozer1909 on CryptoCurrency

Smartlands SLT up 26% today already!

Comment by Bildozer1909 on CryptoMarkets

You probably have heard a buzz brewing recently about Smartlands SLT. This is partly due to a spike in price last week (113%). I wanted to share some exciting information on the project and also resources you can use to look into it. Always DYOR, but here are some quick bullet points.

What is Smartlands?

Smartlands is a small Cap that has been around since 2017 and has slowly been building the legal and technical framework to allow fractional issuance and ownership of assets over the blockchain. This means you can invest in various assets: Agriculture, real estate, precious metals, etc… for whatever amount you want and still get the same return as the institutional investors in the Wall Street Boys Club. Smartlands is powered by the SLT token and uses the energy and cost efficient Stellar network. (Unlike those other DeFi projects that require expensive gas fees on Ethereum ;)).

Why will the price of SLT increase?

The Platform is finally going live in April after 3 years of hard work and preparation with several projects. In addition to the platform going live, the SLT coin is going to be listed on several exchanges including a tier 1 exchange (details coming soon…). Agroxy is one of the projects going live in April and it is a network of over 15,000 farmers who buy, sell, and trade agricultural equipment and supplies. Also, Colliers International (global real estate powerhouse) is partnered with Smartlands. Smartlands is focusing their efforts in Ukraine, and their partner link on the website partner page goes directly to 52 different commercial real estate listings in the Ukraine by Colliers International…. (HINT, HINT). Nothing has been announced yet, but the writing is on the wall. Currently the SLT coin is only available in 2 places which has created a barrier of entry for people to invest in SLT. But this is also why it is so cheap at the moment, and like many other coins that finally get listed on big exchanges, it will skyrocket immediately upon listing. Here is your chance to get in early before the rocket takes off.

What are the tokenomics?

This is one of my favorite reasons for looking into Smartlands. The SLT token is required to use the platform and 33% of fees are all sent back to SLT owners who have their tokens staked! With ONLY 5.1 MILLION COINS IN CIRCULATION, you can see how the price will exponentially explode (Easily over $100 per coin)! Just take a look at some of the other DeFi projects on Ethereum. The Market Cap for this gem is only 8.5 Million right now. If it hits 1 Billion Market Cap (conservative estimate) you are looking at $200 USD per SLT (currently only $1.67)…

Anyways I could probably write a lot more, but I want to keep it relatively short and concise. If you want to find out anymore info about SLT, drop into their telegram chat below. The community is very friendly and very helpful.

Resources:

www.smartlands.io

Telegram

https://t.me/smartlandschat

Where to buy SLT with XLM

www.stellarterm.com

Lobstr Wallet

Where to buy SLT with BTC

Whitebit Exchange

More exchanges coming soon.

Comment by bernheavy on CryptoMarkets

Amazing writeup. Heres a additional TL;DR of what the Platform does:

Smartlands-Platform will be used to invest many different crypto-coins in real world assets like real estate (and trade them on a secondary market). The Platform has a Fee-System that benefits SLT-Holders with a staking reward every month.

Im a believer for more than 3 years and am hyped to see this platform finally start. SLT to the moon!

Comment by SucculentChinaMeal on CryptoMarkets

Where can you get an slt wallet or is that due to come in April im already hodling SLT but on a stellar wallet

Comment by Bildozer1909 on CryptoMarkets

Wow!. Smartlands SLT up 25% today!!!

SNAP

Comment by ihaveacheeseburger on CryptoCurrency

SNIP SNAP SNIP SNAP SNIP SNAP YOU HAVE NO IDEA THE PHYSICAL TOLL THESE SWINGS ARE DOING TO ME

Comment by AngelaQQ on stocks

I’m interested to see where this ends up, so I can use this as an added comp to BILI. Right now I’m primarily using SNAP and Kuaishou as comps, but RBLX is a good comp as well.

Comment by AngelaQQ on stocks

I’m interested to see where this ends up, so I can use this as an added comp to BILI. Right now I’m primarily using SNAP and Kuaishou as comps, but RBLX is a good comp as well.

Comment by Kenyon415 on stocks

17 years old. Looking to build a growth portfolio, don’t mind a little risk. Worth about $5k (I put in $1k every month). Currently have positions in SNAP (bought at $22), RKT, and PLTR. Also looking to put some money in AMD and ABNB. Would love to hear feedback and/or suggestions

Comment by CommunityShower on wallstreetbets

IF SNAP HAS AN UPGRADE TO 80 GME SHOULD BE AT 400

SNDL

Comment by RebelliousMindBox on stocks

New to trading and have made some mistakes lol. Looking for advice on whether to keep holding or sell these stocks I’ve lost on.

I bought APT way too high at $21.13. It’s currently at $12.14.

I didn’t sell all of my SNDL shares before it tanked. I have 20 shares left that I bought at $0.517. It’s below $0.50 now. Have a limit sell set for 10 shares at $0.519.

I’ve been optimistically holding SDC, which I bought too high at $13.48. Sell or keep holding?

Comment by RebelliousMindBox on stocks

New to trading and have made some mistakes lol. Looking for advice on whether to keep holding or sell these stocks I’ve lost on.

I bought APT way too high at $21.13. It’s currently at $12.14.

I didn’t sell all of my SNDL shares before it tanked. I have 20 shares left that I bought at $0.517. It’s below $0.50 now. Have a limit sell set for 10 shares at $0.519.

I’ve been optimistically holding SDC, which I bought too high at $13.48. Sell or keep holding?

Comment by KingMacias1 on wallstreetbets

I’m a WSB new money. Literally joined when I kept seeing GME & AMC trending as well as WSB on Twitter. Decided to join on the trend. Invested in 4 stocks that were trending on WSB. AMC, GME, SNDL & something else. Now I’m down $1,000 :)

Comment by Moooooonsuun on wallstreetbets

If SNDL would just fucking die already it’d make me incredibly happy.

Comment by JimmyZ668 on wallstreetbets

Do it SNDL sh

SNE

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by momowozzy on stocks

  • SPY 21.7%
  • ADBE 4.7
  • AAPL 24%
  • BDL 15.8%
  • GAB 7.8%
  • SNE 23%
  • NIO 1.6%
  • NIU 1.4%

I’ve been kicking myself for not investing in TSLA back in March. Is it still worth a buy in?

Also want to get into renewable energy.

22 y/o and would appreciate suggestions/criticism/ any advice. TIA

Comment by Strict_Ease on wallstreetbets

If we send Sony: SNE too the moon 🚀 then they’ll have even pros to make more consoles 🔥🚀🚀

Comment by Adminmind on stocks

LT holder, hope I won’t be screwed up :) Appreciate any inputs that can help me relocate the portfolio

[ETF]

VTI 24%, ARKG 15%, ARKK 10%, VXUS 9%, ICLN 4%

[major stocks]

ADBE 8%, NVDA 6%, MSFT 5%, DIS 3%, ABNB 3%, YETI 3%

[small holdings]

PLTR 2%, COST 2%, AAPL 2%, APPS 1%, QCOM 1%, TSM 1%, SNE 1%

[Edit] fixed typos in ticker

SNOW

Comment by finkalot1 on wallstreetbets

Buy SNOW ❄️ or wait a while longer? That’s the question…

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

Comment by afrostud01 on investing

Great analysis! Few questions:

  1. You mention BSky’s current satellites are 100cm but that they can rapidly deploy tech with lower cm. Does that imply they don’t have any 50cm operational? If so, how do you think about when they might be able to have those in the sky? Also, you mentioned they are doing 50cm but not 30cm? What are the implications of that?
  2. I agree with your enthusiasm around AI/ML, but my bigger question is how big of a market is this? PLTR, ESTC, SNOW can be used for a wide variety of data sets vs. BSky which is geospatial data only. Said differently, BlackSky might make it easy to make sense of satellite data, but does that data then get plugged into SNOW/PLTR to provide an enterprise with more actionable recommendations? Trying to understand if BlackSky is a data provider or more of a standalone platform that enterprises build around from a technology perspective.
  3. How is LeoStella able to manufacture the satellites for such a lower cost? Why can’t others replicate?

P.S. I own some SFTW and trying to figure out how to size.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

SO

Comment by CTRAP on wallstreetbets

WE LIKE THIS GODDAMN STONK SO MUCH

Comment by ThePolarBare on wallstreetbets

GME price is like an abusive relationship. I keep getting hurt but I’m always going to come back. 💎🙌🏻 IT HURTS SO GOOD APES

Comment by LeafyLungs on wallstreetbets

GOOD THING IM RETARDED AND ALL IN GAMESTOP. IVE BEEN -50% FOR THE WHOLE MONTH SO FAR.

MOST STABLE STOCK IN THE MARKET ATM. HAHAHA. 💎

Edit: can’t phase me bitch!

Comment by adithya_chittem on wallstreetbets

SALEEEE LETS GOOOO OMG IM SO EXCITED BUY THE DIP BOISSSS

Comment by ExpendableBear on wallstreetbets

WAIT SO ARE WE STILL HOLDING???

SOL

Comment by ThisIsFwaminDwagon on CryptoCurrency

Any news related to the SOL pump or is it just random?

Comment by ThisIsFwaminDwagon on CryptoCurrency

Any news related to the SOL pump or is it just random?

Comment by Layneeeee on CryptoCurrency

Got some SOL and I don’t know if I should swap them to BTC or ETH. Like why did it pump all throughout the dip? Surely it isn’t sustainable

Comment by agp_marian on CryptoCurrency

How come SOL behaves differently ?

Comment by -Akka on CryptoCurrency

When Coinbase Pro is down like it is now, do your set limiters still trigger? Or you just SOL holding/not buying at a rate you like?

SOS

Comment by bidoville on stocks

Grabbing more SOS and BFARF during these dips.

Comment by ohnoidea20 on wallstreetbets

Any hope for SOS and MARA recovery?

Comment by savingface69420 on pennystocks

Red on ILUS - waiting for Pink Current at month end/run up to 0.50.

Green on SOS - riding 841 free shares from $4.01, selling mid-March or early April depending on mining shipments and resulting spikes.

Red on ALPP - waiting for last steps of NASDAQ uplist approval.

Green on ASRT (barely) - going to see how the action looks during power hour today or open tomorrow.

All in all, I’m not worried. Just impatient.

Comment by ohnoidea20 on wallstreetbets

Holding common shares in SOS SENS BNGO MVIS MARA and down on my positions, could use some help as to what to do…

Comment by ohnoidea20 on wallstreetbets

Should SOS and MARA be able to rebound?

SP

Comment by Allnighter8 on investing

Are options not 100% corelated to the stock? because I brought a twitter put option, SP at 68.5 two seconds later when the stocks at 69 I’m up 10%, a little while later the stocks barely moved, and under by barely a percent. Anyone have an explanation? it’s probably just me being stupid but I don’t see how?

Comment by karmalizing on wallstreetbets

Holding 500 rn. Might add more soon.

This company is worth way more than $3B or $4B, if you value them as e-commerce SP should be something like $400, and that’s without a squeeze.

In it for the long haul.

Comment by Begininandwinnin on pennystocks

Nasdaq and SP are down for the second week . The stimulus checks are supposedly causing inflation .

Comment by Longjumping_College on stocks

Buy the ocugen dip, someone just unloaded a shit ton of shares and SP dipped

Comment by throwaway122112563 on stocks

While you are right to caution people to not blindly follow a high risk, professionally managed portfolio blindly, this still isn’t exactly accurate.

I’ve seen this posted a decent amount as well, and you must be conflating actively managed ETFs and index benchmarked etfs that are passively managed and must rebalance their purchases. A SP 500 ETF has to buy and sell Tesla to maintain a weight exactly as you described.

An actually managed ETF is not subject to this constraint, except some concentration regulations and ARK’s prospectus (which I have heard caps any one security to 10% of the portfolio, I haven’t read it). ARK can buy and sell, any day, as they please. Every time they are buying Tesla, they are at the very least re affirming their stance that it should be the #1 holding in their portfolio. They sell it occasionally because of the concentration threshold they gave to maintain per their prospectus.

TLDR; while you are 100% right retail investors should not blindly follow ARK, their buys and sells are completely discretionary and time driven. While at any one given time they may want Tesla to arbitrarily be 10%, they are not required to do so in any way. Each buy and sell is strategic to some degree and their target % is subject to change at any time.

SPCE

Comment by EatMoarTendies on wallstreetbets

Sold my SPCE last week for a little profit. Buying back in tomorrow since they dipped, and I can use the net positive reinvestment to get two more GME. Would love to moon so I can finally get my own home and a German Shepherd. May the diamonds of my hands shine the way to Tendytown.

Position: GME 55 @$76

Comment by PrisonMikeAndTheBoyz on stocks

Certainly makes my 3/12 68c on SPCE seem improbable at this point. 💔

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by Least-Living1054 on stocks

Anyone interested in SPCE ?

Comment by Born_Yogurtcloset on wallstreetbets

So automod will now say “please fly again” when SPCE is mentioned or… /u/opinion_is_unpopular

SQ

Comment by cwj25 on pennystocks

Me too. CCIV has been going well, SQ was in the green for a minute, but everything else is taking a nose dive.

Comment by pp2628 on stocks

31 years old. $90k in my savings (trying to save for a house). About $50k in my 401k. My current job matches up to 9.5% so I’m maxing that guy out. Started “trying” out the stock market in 2020 so I can learn. What a time to start, huh? My CFA friend recommended some ETFs (noted them with an *) and provided me with a breakdown of how to distribute my money based on my initial investment. Then I bought into stocks I like that I plan on holding longterm, and bought some spec stocks that did well.

Biggest win: Taking a risk on PINS. Initially bought 25 shares at $20. Sold off some at $50ish

Biggest loss: I got cold feet in March and sold off my 20 shares of SQ at $80. Yeah.

My goal is to organize my investments a bit more. I bought a good amount of stock during the year just based on what i was feeling, as opposed to my initial investment when my buddy broke it down by %.

AAPL 5 shares at $124.65

AGG* 2 shares at $117.57

AMD 5 shares at $96 (initially had it at 56 and sold for profit)

ARKG 10 shares at $93.45

ARKK 10 shares at $70.26 (thank you r/stocks)

BNDX* 1 share at $56.89

DIS 15 shares at $132 (been using a DCA here - sold 115 for profit, been buying since 124)

DKNG 10 shares at $45.22

ICLN 20 shares at $26.79

IEFA* 8 shares at $51.76

IEMG* 1 share at $43.22

IJR* 1 share at $63.20

IVV* 1 share at $59.37

MSFT 10 shares at $196.87

PINS 12 shares at $28.80 (DCA)

PLTR 25 shares at $27.57

PTON 5 shares at $121.57

VOO* 2 shares aat $291.55

VTI* 12 shares at $171.27

WMT 10 shares at $119.40

Comment by JayAsha182 on wallstreetbets

Help me SQ earnings, you’re my only hope.

Comment by oodex on stocks

I have a rough time deciding on if I want to keep what I have or sell off some. I will write a number next to each to indicate how much I want to sell (1 sell asap, 10 keep long)

BABA 11.5%@222$ (4)
VUSA 11.5%@52.7£ (8)
BYND 6.4%@128.39$ (9)
BYND 5.2%@135.97$ (8)
3MSE 3.2%@24.75€ (8)
3APE 3.2%@59.79€ (7)
BJ 2.3%@37.47$ (5)
BABA 2.3%@264.85$ (3)
NLS 2.3%@18.28$ (7)
LOW 2.3%@164.64$ (8)
NEM 2.3%@61.19$ (8)
DIS 2.3%@173.8$ (9)
SONO 2.3%@23 (10)
SPOT 2.3%@323.52$ (6)
ADBE 2.3%@493.94$ (7)
FB 2.3%@277.31$ (5)

My plan is to invest into INRG, VHYL, IITU, VFEM and maybe add on 3MSE and 3APE, but for the MSE/APE I am not too sure. SQ caught my attention for a while, as well as NET and Chewy.

Comment by creusifer on wallstreetbets

Warren’s pussy 1000% smells like the depths of an musty Egyptian pyramid

$320c SQ Sept 2022

STAY

Comment by KaLdapussydestroyer on wallstreetbets

DONT U PAPER HANDED BITCHES SELL THIS TIME ROUND. IF U DO, GO AND APOLOGISE TO YOUR FAMILY NOW. YOU ARE DEPRIVING THEM FROM BEING RICH. STAY STRONG N HOLD. WE WILL GET WHERE WE WANT TO BE SOON

Comment by AttackThePie on CryptoCurrency

Bought the dip, ETH at $1425. CRYPTO IS HERE TO STAY THIS IS NOT A CRASH.

Comment by TorVikKiv on wallstreetbets

🍆🦍💎

MONKE STAY STRONG

Comment by Affectionate-Lemon on wallstreetbets

IF WE’RE GONNA DO THIS AGAIN WE NEED TRUE 💎 🙌  💎 🙌  💎 🙌  AUTIST NO 📃 🙌📃 🙌PUSSIES IF YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO WATCH YOUR MONEY DISSAPEAR STAY THE FUCK OUT

Comment by onlyslightlybiased on wallstreetbets

REMEMBER EVERYONE, WE CAN STAY RETARDED LONGER THAN THEY CAN STAY SOLVENT 🚀🚀🚀

STNE

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

Comment by FaerunLore on stocks

PYPL 11% MRNA 9% TSLA 8% AMZN 8% ADBE 6% DBX 6% PFE 6% GOOG 5% SPOT 4% PDD 4% FB 4% YNDX 4% RACE 3% TSM 3% ASML 2% NIO 2% NTES 2% CAT 2% FCAU 2% STNE 2% BNTX 2% NFLX 1% E 1% JD 1% NEM 1%

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

Comment by dominos-futbol on stocks

I would do NET DDOG CRWD MGNI SE MELI JD STNE DOCU

TA

Comment by AutoModerator on stocks

This is the daily discussion, so anything stocks related is fine, but the theme for today is on technical analysis (TA), but if TA is not your thing then just ignore the theme and/or post your arguments against TA here and not in the current post.

Some helpful day to day links, including news:


Technical analysis (TA) uses historical price movements, real time data, indicators based on math and/or statistics, and charts; all of which help measure the trajectory of a security. TA can also be used to interpret the actions of other market participants and predict their actions.

The main benefit to TA is that everything shows up in the price (commonly known as “priced in”): All news, investor sentiment, and changes to fundamentals are reflected in a security’s price.

TA can be useful on any timeframe, both short and long term.

Intro to technical analysis by Stockcharts chartschool and their article on candlesticks

If you have questions, please see the following word cloud and click through for the wiki:

Indicator - Trade Signals - Lagging Indicator - Leading Indicator - Oversold - Overbought - Divergence - Whipsaw - Resistance - Support - Breakout/Breakdown - Alerts - Trend line - Market Participants - Moving average - RSI - VWAP - MACD - ATR - Bollinger Bands - Ichimoku clouds - Methods - Trend Following - Fading - Channels - Patterns - Pivots

See our past daily discussions here. Also links for: Technicals Tuesday, Options Trading Thursday, and Fundamentals Friday.

Comment by papa_ganj on CryptoCurrency

Alright TA guys… what’s the bottom

Comment by Lulamoon on CryptoCurrency

Is TA in cryptos basically akin to astrology ?

Comment by Lulamoon on CryptoCurrency

Is TA in cryptos basically akin to astrology ?

Comment by papa_ganj on CryptoCurrency

Alright TA guys… what’s the bottom

TD

Comment by Memez-N-Gainz on pennystocks

I just assumed I was paying TD Ameritrade’s utility bills and then basically donating my money to companies

Comment by 467danny on stocks

Started in Late October:

17% AMD (Oct 28th)

20% CNR.TO (Nov 16th)

13% KO (Nov 5th)

13% NIO (Nov 17th)

4% SU.TO (Nov 16th)

17% VFV.TO (Nov 16th)

I have recently got into investing and quite unsure about my decisions. I put 3.4k to invest in my TFSA (Questtrade) and I put $550 into my TD TFSA which I plan on cancelling asap (Commission fee hurts)

TD TFSA (I want to cancel asap)

50% CNR.TO (Oct 21st)

10% EMA.TO (Oct 21st)

40% RY.TO (Oct 21st)

Also, quick question. What should be my price range and quantity? I’ve been trying to stick to under $100 and buying at least 5 shares. I feel unsure about this since they move in percentages

Comment by Howitdobiglyboo on investing

I’m looking for a platform to trade potentially volatile stocks in Canada. I don’t plan to keep/use a lot of money in there – most of my savings are already going into a diversified TFSA split between a robo-investing platform (Justwealth) and Investors Group account (I know, the MER is massive but returns were really good regardless so far) along with 5% RRSP matching at work.

I don’t plan to rely on this (extra trading platform) AT ALL for any income nor put any significant cash in there… just want to mess around and learn more about the mechanics of trading through it.

I will be honest though – this is sparked by the new BTCC etf on the market and my dread at missing out buying BTC when I was considering it at $500 for a few shares in 2016.

I have a TD bank account so I’ve considered TD direct investing and I heard good things about Questrade; Just want an intuitive and low fee platform. I’d like any advice/further consideration from someone knowledgeable.

Comment by Sloooop on investing

is there any trick to getting ahold of TD Ameritrade? I have multiple issues with them and have been absolutely unable to get to an agent. Tried email and calling (50 minutes into this call waiting)

Comment by onlydaathisreal on pennystocks

Had to take care of a margin call this morning. TD filled some options that expired worthless and now it put me in the red

TDOC

Comment by MalevolentMinion on investing

I’m an owner of TDOC since the IPO. The major difference I see between TDOC and AMWL, which I’ve also looked into, is that TDOC has double the profit margins over AMWL. If AMWL can improve their margins, then there is considerable upside with this company.

CVS is on my watch list because I like either companies that are best-in-class at one thing, or are well diversified with multiple sub-businesses - and CVS has evolved to the latter. My buy-in PT for CVS is $60/share so I’m waiting on a dip. $65 would make things interesting as I can sell CCs to get that basis down over time.

Comment by jamie446 on stocks

33% TDOC deep in the money 2023 calls, 33% TSLA deep in the money 2023 calls, 25% SKLZ shares, 9% SE shares

7 figure portfolio, 90% of my net worth

Comment by EBITDA-XIRR on investing

A couple other relevant points on TDOC (full disclosure: I’ve been in this name since early 2020):

  1. While they get paid per visit, it’s also important to note that they also have partnerships with per-member-per-month (PMPM fees). For the visit fees, they are just generating a spread between what they receive from insurance companies and what they pay out to the docs / clinicians on their network. The PMPM fees are more of the “profit generator” that they can use to invest in R&D, sales / marketing, etc. Think of it like the Costco membership fees…
  2. They recently merged with Livongo, which is a remote patient monitoring / chronic care management business focused on diabetes. This ties well into their strategy to help payors / employers holistically reduce HC costs across their beneficiaries. Diabetes is like ~20% of all healthcare spending in the country so if they’re able to contribute to that reduction in system-wide expenses, it could be huge

Comment by MediocreCretin on stocks

I’m 24 and I started investing about 3 months ago, and I don’t mind taking a little bit of risk, for the opportunity for gains. My portfolio is quite tech orientated at the moment but I love to pivot new investing to industry like General Electric, and the hospitality and airline industries mostly in Europe in the coming months. My portfolio is as follows: AMZN 17.5%, BABA 16.5%, NIO 12.5%, PLTR 11.5%, SQ 6.5%, TDOC 4.75%, BA 3.3%, NET 3.3%, PYPL 3.1%, PINS 2.9%, MGNI 2.2%, PI 2.2%, ETSY 2%, EZJT 1.9%, ROKU 1.8%, TSM 1.7%. Others 8%

If any one has any recommendations where I should scale down or up or observations on my portfolio, I’d love to hear them!

Comment by Andykeem on stocks

From highest to lowest weight: AAPL, ARKK, QQQ, ACTC, IPOE, SQ, ICLN, NIO, PLTR, TDOC, SPCE

20 yo long term buy and hold investor. Started in Sept. Haven’t sold any shares yet. About 26 pct increase total so far. Perhaps this portfolio is too tech heavy? Thinking of selling TDOC since I only have a few shares and they’re overlapped a bit with ARKK then starting a long term position in Disney. Any inputs in any aspects are appreciated. 🙏

TECH

Comment by MeldMeldMeld on stocks

I screwed up. May I seek your opinion on this bad portfolio? Got burnt by Baba, bought at 260ish.

BABA 28%

ARKK 11%

ARKG 9.6%

ICLN 5.1%

Random Reit 11%

HK 3067 TECH ETF 9.5%

SQ 9.4%

APPLE 4.3%

Your advice will be very much appreciated.

Comment by cicakganteng on wallstreetbets

BULLISH TECH BULL MARKET UNTIL 2028

STAY IN THE MARKET AND GET RICH BOYS!

Comment by cicakganteng on wallstreetbets

BULLISH TECH BULL MARKET UNTIL 2028

STAY IN THE MARKET AND GET RICH BOYS!

Comment by abogado-de-aves on wallstreetbets

Guys? Holy shit. I haven’t been able to say this shit since August, I’m real excited right now. Ok

Ehem

IMAGINE HAVING TECH PUTS LOL

GET REKT BERS. CHADSDAQ LEADING THE NEXT LEG UP 🤙😎🇺🇸🦅🚀🚀🚀

Comment by MeldMeldMeld on stocks

I screwed up. May I seek your opinion on this bad portfolio? Got burnt by Baba, bought at 260ish.

BABA 28%

ARKK 11%

ARKG 9.6%

ICLN 5.1%

Random Reit 11%

HK 3067 TECH ETF 9.5%

SQ 9.4%

APPLE 4.3%

Your advice will be very much appreciated.

TELL

Comment by Tarzeus on pennystocks

My friend at work kept telling me to get into CCIV because it’ll zoom past $100 with all this supporting shit. He’s been in since $9 or so and it jumped from 40 to fifty overnight then Friday was chilling at 60 so I say fuck this I’ve missed enough rockets chunk $600 at it with a sell set at 65…. it’s 30 right now.

Coworkers like man I got out at 55 there was too much riding on the merger. WHY NOT TELL ME WHEN YOU SELL YOUR HIGHEST QUANTITY STOCK. He can tell me every single day he makes 5% more on it though….. needless to say I have learned from this.

Comment by Snowbattt on CryptoCurrency

Wait a minute… I think this is SARCASM. SARCASM I TELL YOU.

Comment by c00chiemannnnn on wallstreetbets

GUESS WHOS BACK BACK AGAIN, APES ARE BACK TELL A FRIEND

Comment by Pvt_Mozart on wallstreetbets

Well, checked the front page and saw whatever this is. I only vaguely understood what was happening the first time, and for sure don’t know what is happening now, but…

FUCK EM! HIT THOSE HEDGE FUND FUCKS WHERE IT HURTS! HEDGIE WEDGIE INCOMING! I HOPE YOU DUDES MAKE LOTS OF MONEY AND THEN TELL ME ABOUT IT!

Comment by qqqwwwqw on wallstreetbets

I bought 100AMC AT 7 DOLLARY DOOS TODAY. ALSO ITS MY BIRTHDAY! TELL ME IM A GOOD MONKEE

TLRY

Comment by its_h12 on wallstreetbets

Will TLRY or PLTR not ruin my morning?

Comment by Redman2009 on wallstreetbets

hot damn, APHA and TLRY gonna be fuckin free when merger happens huh

Comment by 16tones_ on stocks

19% TSLA 15% SPCE 12% ARKG 10% CRSR 10% TLRY 9% AAPL 6% U 5% NET 5% ARKF

Comment by MadMadMad2018 on wallstreetbets

Where my fellow TLRY and PLTR gang members at?

Comment by BlackDiamondHand on wallstreetbets

I bought my first stock GME @ 423, then AMC @ 17, TLRY @ 68, APHA @ 29, TSLA @ 880. Can anyone with a wrinkled brain help this smooth AF brain, WHERE ARE MY TENDIES? CAN I FIND THESE TENDIES IN OPTIONS?![gif](emote free_emotes_pack dizzy_face)![gif](emote free_emotes_pack cry)

TSLA

Comment by oioiiii4 on wallstreetbets

And I bought TSLA at the top again

Comment by Oxi_Dat_Ion on stocks

LOL Cathie getting fucked by TSLA and PLTR

Comment by momowozzy on stocks

  • SPY 21.7%
  • ADBE 4.7
  • AAPL 24%
  • BDL 15.8%
  • GAB 7.8%
  • SNE 23%
  • NIO 1.6%
  • NIU 1.4%

I’ve been kicking myself for not investing in TSLA back in March. Is it still worth a buy in?

Also want to get into renewable energy.

22 y/o and would appreciate suggestions/criticism/ any advice. TIA

Comment by ShenmeNamaeSollich on wallstreetbets

Me: “Fuck, TSLA down 10%! I’m down $20K in 2 days!? Fuck!!”

Me scrolling over to total gain: “I’m up $69K & 950%. Nice…”

Time in the market > timing the market! Just wish I hadn’t wasted $1000s on fucking meme stocks in the past month. No cash to buy today. Prob for the best …

Comment by MongolianThroatSing on wallstreetbets

I don’t think anyone thought adding TSLA to the S&P was a good idea, but they all wanted to see what would happen

TSM

Comment by babsl on stocks

AAPL and TSM again on sale. Gotta go shopping today

Comment by richtofin115 on wallstreetbets

###WHY DID YOU SELL TSM TODAY BABY DOLL CATHIE?

Comment by zumomaki on stocks

26 yo. Long term holdings. My plan is to hold them all on equals parts for now and increase my position on any buying opportunities.
- ICLN
- MSFT
- SE
- BABA
- SQ
- NET
- TSM
- DIS
- JPM
- BRK.B

Not totally convinced on BRK.B, but I felt my portfolio was really tech heavy and wanted some diversification. Any suggestions?

Comment by loldocuments1234 on SecurityAnalysis

I’m a new investor but I’m very intrigued by Taiwan Semiconductor. From what I can tell, admittedly as new investor with zero tech background, is that they have a significant tech edge on a lot of the competition, and the barrier to entry into chip manufacturing can be pretty high, thus possibly cementing their lead for the next few years. Their balance sheet looks strong with consistently growing profits, a ton of cash on hand, and very little debt. Demand is sky high for chips, and the global sale of semiconductors has been increasing almost every single year for the last two decades and demand didn’t drop off too drastically even during the 07-09 recession. I heard demand is so high, that TSM has not been able to meet demand, and there is currently a chip shortage. Is that going to be a problem for TSM going forward as companies might potentially look for alternative sources for new chips, or is TSM’s lead in the market and R&D too commanding and entry into the market too prohibitive to be a serious short or even mid-term threat to TSM?

I already bought some of their stock, but I have no tech background and would really like to try to understand the industry better. I see this as a potentially good opportunity, but without understanding it, I’m reluctant to invest too much. I would love to hear people’s thoughts on the company as well as any resources you would recommend so I can better do my own research about the company.

Thank you.

Comment by DaleJV on stocks

I currently hold ARKQ and I was looking at changing to ARKK as I already have invested into NVDA, APPL, TSM and Kratos (which all seem to be in the ARKQ ETF.

However, I am also invested into OGIG ETF which seems to hold very similar company stocks to ARKK.

Should I sell ARKQ and get ARKK and do nothing or should I sell ARKQ and OGIG and then buy ARKK?

Thank you!

TTD

Comment by mooseknuckle75 on stocks

45 yo with wife and 2 kids. 12/07/20, Taxable account, ~685k. 401k and 529 for kids are in index funds.

  • TTD 16%
  • SHOP 16%
  • NVDA 8%
  • AAPL 8%
  • NFLX 8%
  • AMD 7%
  • PLTR 5%
  • HASI 3%
  • DIS 3%
  • CSCO 3%
  • BX 3%
  • EA 3%
  • ABBV 3%
  • Remaining 15% is combo of REITs, Auto, Energy, Mutual Funds, etc.

I’m obviously overweight in tech but I’ve also held all of these positions (except PLTR) for over 3 years so my top holdings are also my top performers. I’ve been hesitant to sell anything due to the tax bill but open to suggestions.

Comment by Qwertyforu on stocks

Stocks only:

SQ - 16.10%

TTD - 10.32%

PLTR - 9.93%

AAPL - 9.64%

TGT - 8.52%

PYPL - 8.44%

MSFT - 8.39%

SBUX - 7.74%

V - 7.61%

TDOC - 6.05%

AMZN - 4.96%

MGNI - 2.26%

Got PLTR, SQ, TTD super early, so there current valuations skew the %s. May cut back on those 3 soon due to the massive run ups

Comment by Qwertyforu on stocks

Stocks only:

SQ - 16.10%

TTD - 10.32%

PLTR - 9.93%

AAPL - 9.64%

TGT - 8.52%

PYPL - 8.44%

MSFT - 8.39%

SBUX - 7.74%

V - 7.61%

TDOC - 6.05%

AMZN - 4.96%

MGNI - 2.26%

Got PLTR, SQ, TTD super early, so there current valuations skew the %s. May cut back on those 3 soon due to the massive run ups

Comment by mooseknuckle75 on stocks

45 yo with wife and 2 kids. 12/07/20, Taxable account, ~685k. 401k and 529 for kids are in index funds.

  • TTD 16%
  • SHOP 16%
  • NVDA 8%
  • AAPL 8%
  • NFLX 8%
  • AMD 7%
  • PLTR 5%
  • HASI 3%
  • DIS 3%
  • CSCO 3%
  • BX 3%
  • EA 3%
  • ABBV 3%
  • Remaining 15% is combo of REITs, Auto, Energy, Mutual Funds, etc.

I’m obviously overweight in tech but I’ve also held all of these positions (except PLTR) for over 3 years so my top holdings are also my top performers. I’ve been hesitant to sell anything due to the tax bill but open to suggestions.

Comment by Norasmus on stocks

Rate our portfolio. My wife and I finally dived into it in May, and have been adding positions since then. We were so close to pulling the trigger when the DOW fell to 20k, but we were in the middle of a major house remodel. We have yet to sell any of our positions, holding long term.

Invested: $44,700

Current Value: $68,300 (53% gain)

  • GRWG 117.39%
  • JWN 116.43%
  • CNK 102.30%
  • TTD 101.66%
  • PK 90.36%
  • DAL 89.56%
  • MGM 84.97%
  • PTON 77.65%
  • U 71.14%
  • PAYC 55.88%
  • CCL 47.93%
  • STNE 47.17%
  • MELI 40.46%
  • BILI 38.40%
  • AXP 35.57%
  • SNOW 33.58%
  • TSLA 31.56%
  • DIS 31.42%
  • SEDG 25.00%
  • DKNG 20.02%
  • SHOP 16.56%
  • TMO 14.94%
  • AMZN 2.32%
  • TWOU -12.03%

TV

Comment by Time_Kaleidoscope on wallstreetbets

My TV remote is still lost from me getting hammered drunk last night and I’m pissed

Comment by pisscat101 on wallstreetbets

I really do think that this pillock is a glutton for punishment. His poor kid must be so embarrassed. It would be like my father telling me in 2021 that the internet is a fad and will be gone soon or that TV will not last.

Comment by yeezy_boost350v2 on wallstreetbets

I don’t even TV breh.

Comment by MyNamePlusaNumber on stocks

I agree with you completely. This is not just about GME or AMC or who won or lost money.
It is about the fact that many trading platforms BLOCKED only ONE side of the trade. If there were any issues with liquidity or anything else, they could have halted ALL trade on those stocks. People involved in this should be prosecuted. Meanwhile, the Citadel guy had the audacity to go on TV and tell people that “he’s just trying to make a living.” Yes, hundreds of billions of dollars worth of-living.

TWO

Comment by CratesManager on CryptoCurrency

People are so weird. “This is a much needed correction, …” This was said in the context of ADA, when ADA never went even below what i bought it for just 2 days ago. At the worst point in the dip i could still sell for a 10 % profit FOR TWO DAYS OF DOING NOTHING and people are calling it a correction, a dip and bloody monday, what the actual fuck.

Comment by Wombizzle on pennystocks

ALERT: I HAVE TWO STOCKS IN THE GREEN TODAY

Comment by charleskingprod on wallstreetbets

Is it boxing day cause GME IS ON SALES BABY I WONT EAT FOR THE NEXT FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEK!!!

except crayons

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

Comment by iamthedave69 on stocks

In March I wired $30k into my Schwab account as the market was tanking. I started buying positions a little bit at a time, lowing my basis every time they dropped lower. Current positions below as of 3Dec2020 and everything was purchased in 2020.

  • AMLH - (-95%)
  • DXCM - (-7.4%)
  • TRCH - 2.1%
  • OXY - 4.1%
  • DHC - 5.6%
  • CSCO - 6.1%
  • SIRI - 11.2%
  • MMM - 15.5%
  • BX - 22.5%
  • MSFT - 24.6%
  • RTX - 24.9%
  • HD - 32.1%
  • DIS - 34.0%
  • TWO - 34.4%
  • WH - 35.3%
  • DLTR - 42.5%
  • OUT - 45.3%
  • CSGP - 49.6%
  • WGO - 54.3%
  • RIG - 61.8%
  • BA - 73.7%
  • DAL - 75.5%
  • AAPL - 80.3%
  • OLN - 81.4%
  • TSLA - 408.2%

ETF’S

  • VYM - 16.53%
  • VNQ - 16.62%
  • TQQQ - 111.8%

I’m pretty happy to say the least!

UAL

Comment by grilled_shallot on stocks

Hi all, I’m 20 and still in college, but started putting a few hundred into stocks every few months starting last April (after the huge dip). Decided it was a good time to start investing some. Since then, I have been consistently putting a few hundred in every few months. Sitting at about $3.6k right now, with 22% total gain. The stocks I have chosen are either because I have personal interest in the sector/company and/or thanks to this subreddit lol. Any feedback/tips appreciated! I am interested in somewhat high risk for short term reward, but also want to build on long term growth (stability). Thanks!

  • BA - 11.49%
  • DAL - 5.48%
  • EADSY - 2.26%
  • UAL - 5.93%
  • LUV - 2.58%
  • AMD - 2.59%
  • GE - 1.55%
  • AAPL - 18.05%
  • NET - 6.48%
  • ICLN - 9.11%
  • DRIV - 3.62%
  • NIO - 16.19%
  • AUPH - 7.73%
  • PLTR - 6.91%

Comment by BachelorThesises on stocks

I hate myself for not buying UAL when they were $44 on Thursday, UGH.

Comment by hypeaze on wallstreetbets

This just in: investors are abandoning risky stocks like AAPL, MSFT, TSLA, AMZN for safe havens such as AMC, GME, UAL and PLTR. Clang gang and gourd gang watching from the sidelines.

Comment by outlandishpeacock on stocks

I don’t see many airlines on here. I’m UAL 40%. From where it was and how it’s tracking. Isn’t this an easy buy?

Comment by VTWut on stocks

Anybody looking at airline plays? Currently looking at UAL to try and offset some of these losses, looks like it has the most room to run back to pre March levels

UBER

Comment by cynicalturdblossom on stocks

Hi, 24 year old Canadian, I have the below stocks in my TFSA, can someone rate it :

Note: This is just about 8k, I have the rest of my TFSA with a financial advisor.

Comment by ReasonableDimension2 on stocks

32 years old. Very new to equity investing. A per month budget allocated to investing at around 2k. I’d like to look a % increase in stock value as well as stocks that can provide a fair divided.

Current portfolio: PLTR (20), AAPL (20), FB (60), UBER (45).

Comment by ReasonableDimension2 on stocks

32 years old. Very new to equity investing. A per month budget allocated to investing at around 2k. I’d like to look a % increase in stock value as well as stocks that can provide a fair divided.

Current portfolio: PLTR (20), AAPL (20), FB (60), UBER (45).

Comment by JerzeyDevilz on stocks

Roth IRA, 27y/o

AMZN 30%

AAPL 8%

MSFT 7%

GOOG 5%

MMM 5%

BUD 3.5%

V 3.5%

DIS 2.5%

XOM 2%

UPS 2%

BA 2%

TSLA 2%

AXP 2%

ETFs (ITA, VOO, VOOG, BETZ, IPAY, QQQ, JETS, CIBR, IDRV, MJ) totaling 12%

I know AMZN is weighted extremely heavy. I plan to only increase it since my brokerage (Vanguard) doesn’t offer fractional shares. Eventually, barring a split, my annual contributions may not even be able to purchase a share of Amazon is my logic.

I have a Robinhood account that is redundant on some of these stocks. I do not hold Amazon there. Disney is my largest holding there around 6%. That portfolio also has more growth based stocks at good entries like DKNG ($10), NIO ($2), UBER ($25), PLTR ($10), BABA ($160), TCHEY ($50), RUN ($14) and SPACs

Comment by JerzeyDevilz on stocks

Roth IRA, 27y/o

AMZN 30%

AAPL 8%

MSFT 7%

GOOG 5%

MMM 5%

BUD 3.5%

V 3.5%

DIS 2.5%

XOM 2%

UPS 2%

BA 2%

TSLA 2%

AXP 2%

ETFs (ITA, VOO, VOOG, BETZ, IPAY, QQQ, JETS, CIBR, IDRV, MJ) totaling 12%

I know AMZN is weighted extremely heavy. I plan to only increase it since my brokerage (Vanguard) doesn’t offer fractional shares. Eventually, barring a split, my annual contributions may not even be able to purchase a share of Amazon is my logic.

I have a Robinhood account that is redundant on some of these stocks. I do not hold Amazon there. Disney is my largest holding there around 6%. That portfolio also has more growth based stocks at good entries like DKNG ($10), NIO ($2), UBER ($25), PLTR ($10), BABA ($160), TCHEY ($50), RUN ($14) and SPACs

UEC

Comment by Quick_Figure5600 on UraniumSqueeze

I’m in on UEC until August

Comment by Quick_Figure5600 on UraniumSqueeze

I’m in on UEC until August

Comment by Top_Satisfaction_521 on UraniumSqueeze

Is UEC good to hold too ?

Comment by RealSpecialist6980 on UraniumSqueeze

CCJ, DNN, FCUUF, UEC and NXE

Comment by Top_Satisfaction_521 on UraniumSqueeze

Is UEC good to hold too ?

UI

Comment by my_penis_in_my_mouth on stocks

Is there a button in the Etrade UI to sell all my stocks/ETFs at once? Why is there not such a button? Does any brokerage have this?

Positions: stocks that went down today.

Comment by tx_brandon on investing

A question about Robinhood’s UI before I jump off their ship…

So I keep my display mode in total giant/loss and just need help understanding it.

I was up let’s say $3500 on a stock and I then proceeded to sell $that $3500 worth of stock.

I went to my total gain/loss and it still said I was up $3500. This was 10 minutes after the order was filled and I restarted the app. I figured I wouldn’t be up $3500 anymore if I had just sold all the profit. What am I not understanding about their UI or how they deliver information?

Comment by tx_brandon on investing

A question about Robinhood’s UI before I jump off their ship…

So I keep my display mode in total gain/loss and just need help understanding it.

I was up let’s say $3500 on a stock and I then proceeded to sell $that $3500 worth of stock.

I went to my total gain/loss and it still said I was up $3500. This was 10 minutes after the order was filled and I restarted the app. I figured I wouldn’t be up $3500 anymore if I had just sold all the profit. What am I not understanding about their UI or how they deliver information?

Comment by DinglerBerries on wallstreetbets

Their UI messed up and said I still owned 30 contracts of palantir which would have tricked a more autistic man into selling uncovered calls lmao. They are still back at their old shit.

Comment by my_penis_in_my_mouth on stocks

Is there a button in the Etrade UI to sell all my stocks/ETFs at once? Why is there not such a button? Does any brokerage have this?

Positions: stocks that went down today.

UK

Comment by Calm-Dealer-4971 on stocks

Started investing in stocks November 2020 and would greatly appreciate any input on my current portfolio:

BFT 15%

PLTR 10%

GNOG 10%

SBE 10%

NET 10%

TTCF 10%

DKNG 10%

NIO 10%

CRSP 5%

AQMS 5%

TLS 5%

Intend to hold mid to long term, based in the UK and was interested in ARK etfs but unfortunately not available on the freetrade app. Any critique would be very helpful as new to this.

Thanks

Comment by FulcrumSecurity on SecurityAnalysis

Anyone have Mittleman Brothers? They still had 7% of their AUM in AMC in Q3. Wonder if they sold out today. May have to wait until Aimia reports earnings to see.

Edit: They exited in January! Here’s their note:

AMC Entertainment (AMC) was our only material loser in Q4, dropping from $4.71 to $2.12 (-55%). I planned on discussing here why it was worth at least the $10 per share that my recently reduced estimate of fair value claimed, but since then AMC raised more cash against their UK holdings and then the stock took off due to speculative players from reddit.com getting involved, so we sold it all around $14 during the last week of Jan. 2021. This was a modest profit for most clients, but a loss for some others, depending on when the account began, so check your statements to see where you came out. And yes, I recognize it as being a dose of good luck, which I heartily accept from the universe as it seemed somewhat lacking in the portfolio of late. After the sale of AMC in late January 2021, our exposure to the movie theater business is now exclusively in Canada via Cineplex, which has a 75% market share and much less leverage on its balance shee

Comment by gogototown on investing

Question, A lot of people seem to be concerned about inflation on USA due to the masses of government spending, is the UK / GBP also likely to be similarly effected due to the UK government doing similar excessive spending ?

Comment by Calscoot on stocks

Started in April this year like a lot of people - my portfolio below. would appreciate any feedback so be as brutally honest as you like :). I’m from the UK so have some specific stocks like Rolls Royce (RR) & Polymetal (POLY)

BABA

GOOG

AMZN

AYRO

CHEK

CRSR

CSIQ

MSN

GIK

GGP

HCHC

I-shares global clean energy

MP

OEG

PLTR

PLM

PLUG

POLY

RR

SBE

TSLA

UAMY

XL

Xtrackers physical silver

Comment by LairdMaccles on stocks

I am just not logging in today. There is no point in stressing and there are literally no positives for my portfolio today - even my UK mining stocks are down - I am not even pure tech.

UPS

Comment by 2DankforU on stocks

If you looked at www.lomiko.com $LMR offices at 439 - 7184 120th St. You would see a post office box at a UPS store. That’s not the company. It’s just a place their mail goes. The real office is in Val D’Dor Quebec.

Comment by Owl_With_No_Pajamas on stocks

Good advice. You would amazed at how many penny stocks have addresses (suite #’s, etc.) that are nothing more than P.O. Boxes in a UPS Store.

I’ve been so invested in companies, meaning for example, I bought the stock at .25 cents and it went to say $8 bucks, that I’ve hopped on a plane and flown across country to see what I actually owned (and if I should continue to hold)

Bottom line: you should know what you’re buying (investing in) and why you own it.

Comment by ratbuddy on stocks

Don’t put too much stock in their HQ appearance though, Enron was a giant scam and they had a huge fancy HQ with a fake trading room to show off to investor tour groups. It’s definitely good to disqualify ‘major’ companies that are based in a UPS store, but that’s all I would use this for.

Comment by Sea-Ad4952 on stocks

I have an underwriting background in another industry, and that is something I do automatically for every address that I look at. I have seen people using UPS and FEDEX stores or virtual offices on expensive buildings, google maps is our best friend, I also do reverse phone search

Comment by Owl_With_No_Pajamas on stocks

Good advice. You would amazed at how many penny stocks have addresses (suite #’s, etc.) that are nothing more than P.O. Boxes in a UPS Store.

I’ve been so invested in companies, meaning for example, I bought the stock at .25 cents and it went to say $8 bucks, that I’ve hopped on a plane and flown across country to see what I actually owned (and if I should continue to hold)

Bottom line: you should know what you’re buying (investing in) and why you own it.

URG

Comment by Bobblehead_1791 on UraniumSqueeze

I have large positions in EU BNN GLO URG GXU. I hold those because they are in 1 or 2 uranium ETFs which create significant demand.

Comment by rjrmhoward2 on UraniumSqueeze

Any URG insights?

Comment by rjrmhoward2 on UraniumSqueeze

Any URG insights?

Comment by Bobblehead_1791 on UraniumSqueeze

I have large positions in EU BNN GLO URG GXU. I hold those because they are in 1 or 2 uranium ETFs which create significant demand.

Comment by 4RealDomain on UraniumSqueeze

Currently have positions in UUUU and URG been reading about and investing in uranium for a few months now and just wondering if there are any OTC stocks that are worth a look in the uranium sector or if I should stick to the NYSE ones We all know about already

USA

Comment by Severe-Pie-8148 on pennystocks

Anyone here from the UK managed to open an IBRK account and trade USA OTC? I opened an account yesterday and still waiting for approval. How long does it take?

Comment by SchadenfreudeMachine on stocks

I tried posting this in the Bogleheads’ subreddit and forum but no one replied.

Goal is to have 100% global equity.

(The list of ETFs would be allocated according to VT)

- Invesco MSCI USA UCITS ETF (Swap-based ETS, this is where I avoid the 15% dividends tax, 0.05% ER)

- Lyxore Core STOXX Europe 600 (DR) UCITS ETF (0.07% ER)

- iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets IMI UCITS ETF (0.18% ER)

- Vangaurd FTSE Developed Asia ex Japan UCITS ETF (0.15% ER)

- iShares Core MSCI Japan IMI UCITS ETF (0.15% ER)

(Total expense ration is 0.08%)

Reasons behind my selections:

I am non-us investor, so I chose non-us domiciled ETFs to avoid the 30% tax on dividends.

I didn’t choose VRWD because the expense ration of 0.22% is too high and I would be taxed 15% on dividends on 60% (North America global weight) of the portfolio.

Is there something wrong with my selections that I missed? any input is appreciated.

Comment by bweezyofftheheezy on UraniumSqueeze

$TMRC owns 20% of USA Rare Earth who just announced a $1B valuation for an IPO or SPAC. Fair value near $4/share. Has a mine to magnet strategy with large resource of uranium and lithium.

Comment by swarmski on CryptoCurrency

I’m sorry i ripped on you USA for your dips. Please wake up and save us

Comment by Tersiv on wallstreetbets

this isn’t a fire sale it’s a CLOSING DOWN OF USA SALE. GG bois.

UUUU

Comment by constandinosfelder on UraniumSqueeze

UUUU is also in the rare earth processing business which could give it an additional boost. Vanadium also slowly climbing back up which UUUU produces too.

Comment by boogiebrowandbron on UraniumSqueeze

why is UUUU soaring so much more than other miners? is it bc of the news that blackrock bought 7 million shares?

Comment by Ecoprofeta on UraniumSqueeze

Energy Fuels Inc ( UUUU ).. good investment

Comment by Beautiful_Dark1533 on UraniumSqueeze

I now own 20000 UUUU and 20000 of DNN and 6500 UEC, 25000FCU, 6000 atomic Energy. And 5000 UR Energy and 6000 ISO energy and EU encore energy 5000 shares. Let’s go Uranium BULL RUN 2021!!!!!💰☘️💥💥💥💥💥

Comment by joshb474 on UraniumSqueeze

So for UUUU and other uranium would a long term call option be a good idea? I was looking around 8/15 7c or 8c for UUUU

UVXY

Comment by Moving-Weight on wallstreetbets

Be me

Liquidate all stocks at the dip

Stick them in UVXY at the peak

Watch UVXY fall while stonks recover

Out of day trades

Invest remaining in $ROPE

Comment by 1234567890-_- on stocks

I wanna open a long term short position. Lemme know if this is a decent way to do it or nah.

Buy UVXY shares and sell Jan 2023 $30 covered calls. This cuts the price of each share down to $4. If a crash happens, I get ~7.5x gains (just close the call/share position).

I think this reduces the effect of decay in the leveraged ETF cause the calls I sell also decay (theta and the fact they are derived from a leveraged ETF).

Is this a decent approach to opening a short position? I just feel this bubble is gonna pop within the next few years and when it is ittl be big.

Comment by elonm21 on wallstreetbets

why UVXY doesn’t move???

Comment by 1234567890-_- on stocks

I wanna open a long term short position. Lemme know if this is a decent way to do it or nah.

Buy UVXY shares and sell Jan 2023 $30 covered calls. This cuts the price of each share down to $4. If a crash happens, I get ~7.5x gains (just close the call/share position).

I think this reduces the effect of decay in the leveraged ETF cause the calls I sell also decay (theta and the fact they are derived from a leveraged ETF).

Is this a decent approach to opening a short position? I just feel this bubble is gonna pop within the next few years and when it is ittl be big.

Comment by 1234567890-_- on wallstreetbets

I wanna open a long term short position. Lemme know if this is retarded or nah.

Buy UVXY shares and sell Jan 2023 $30 covered calls. This cuts the price of each share down to $4. If a crash happens, I get ~7.5x gains (just close the call/share position).

I think this reduces the effect of decay in the leveraged ETF cause the calls I sell also decay (theta and the fact they are derived from a leveraged ETF).

Am I retarded?

VERY

Comment by eternalconstruct1 on wallstreetbets

60-70 EOW? Possible. Would definitely be a nitro move based on my long-term estimations, but not VERY unlikely. But also not very likely. I just like the stock.

Comment by Tactical_YOLO on wallstreetbets

I’m scared and VERY aroused

Comment by moto_maji on UraniumSqueeze

This is VERY exciting.

Comment by ag431397 on CryptoCurrency

Coinbase is garbage.

I personally think they will list it VERY soon, heard rumors about it…. and they’re fools for not listing it now because it brings a whole community DEDICATED to the blockchain technology to help change the world for good , not JUST for price.

I feel like , after March 1st, after the Mary Hard Fork is complete, it WILL announced to be on either coinbase or gemini.

Comment by gherna67 on wallstreetbets

I got into a car accident this morning omw into work due to all the DC snow. Possible broken collar bone but I’m still more mad at the fact that my portfolio is down 7% because I’m VERY over leveraged in AMZN and BABA

VET

Comment by minic1993 on CryptoCurrency

I call them just a normal monday to me. Nothing change if we get stressed of the small dip. Still thankful i bought BMI and AVAX today in this small correction. The quantity of my BMI keeps increasing as im playing every single movement. Waiting for the MVP. AVAX looks sexy 👍💪🚀 Scalping VET and IOST right now.

Comment by wideopenblankets on CryptoCurrency

Glad I diversified my portfolio. My ADA is helping make up for my NANO and VET today.

Comment by Joskewiet on CryptoCurrency

AVEE & VET what are you doing?!

Comment by Ghost_Lagoon on CryptoCurrency

Bought some VET & VTHO while being +30% down. Hope I catched the bottom for once

Comment by wideopenblankets on CryptoCurrency

ATOM and ADA carrying me today, hopefully my VET and NANO can return the favor one day :-)

WMT

Comment by al323211 on stocks

Bought the daily bottom on MGM and CNK. Also loaded up on some more WMT and NKE as tech seems to be in correction mode. Couldn’t help backing the truck up a bit on that AAPL dip though.

Comment by runitius on stocks

I’m 23 looking to have a diversified portfolio with both short-term and long-term holdings:

NVDA (19.09%), AAPL (10.76%), SQ (9.16%), SNOW (8.53%), WMT (6.55%), PENN (6.23%), CRM (4.97%), MSFT (4.72%), V (4.68%), U (3.99%), ETSY (3.41%), DIS (3.39%), QCOM (3.47%), BLK (3.10%), LYV (3.08%), DFS (1.82%), PFE (1.78%), NTNX (1.27%)

I’m looking to invest in FSLY but still doing my DD on it. I’m very tech-focused right now, but would like to diversify, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Comment by Spicy_Nudles on stocks

1.8m portfolio

  • 5% Pinterest PINS
  • 5% Lemonade LMND
  • 2.5% SalesForce CRM
  • 2.5% Docusign DOCU
  • 2% CloudFlare NET
  • 23% Tesla TSLA
  • 2% Plugpower PLUG
  • 5% Redfin RDFN
  • 2.5% Apple AAPL
  • 1.5% Walmart WMT
  • 1.5% Alibaba BABA
  • 2.5% Amazon AMZN
  • 25% Square SQ
  • 5% AMD
  • 15% ARKG

Looking for high growth agressive

Summary:

  • 10% Consumer Retail
  • 7% Growth Tech
  • 25% EV
  • 5% Housing
  • 8% Consumer Tech
  • 25% Fintech
  • 5% 5G
  • 15% Genomics

Comment by Spicy_Nudles on stocks

1.8m portfolio

  • 5% Pinterest PINS
  • 5% Lemonade LMND
  • 2.5% SalesForce CRM
  • 2.5% Docusign DOCU
  • 2% CloudFlare NET
  • 23% Tesla TSLA
  • 2% Plugpower PLUG
  • 5% Redfin RDFN
  • 2.5% Apple AAPL
  • 1.5% Walmart WMT
  • 1.5% Alibaba BABA
  • 2.5% Amazon AMZN
  • 25% Square SQ
  • 5% AMD
  • 15% ARKG

Looking for high growth agressive

Summary:

  • 10% Consumer Retail
  • 7% Growth Tech
  • 25% EV
  • 5% Housing
  • 8% Consumer Tech
  • 25% Fintech
  • 5% 5G
  • 15% Genomics

Comment by t_lonestar on stocks

AAPL, AMD, JNJ, SQ, SE in standard (+38%) AAPL, ARKF, ARKK, F, MSFT, NVDA, TSLA, SE, WMT in Roth IRA (+14%)

WORK

Comment by helpard on investing

32/25B=1.28B/yr EACH on avg.

1.28B/52/40 = ~$615,000/HOUR salaried EACH. some a li’l more, some a li’l less, but what’s a couple hundo thousand EACH HOUR OF THE WORK DAY.

Put these numbers in front of the faces of people who work hard for their $7-$20/hr, only to be told their lazy and greedy for needing more, as they clamor for healthcare, education and affordable utilities. This current system and the size of the wealth gap is indefensible and should make people’s stomachs turn. Most people don’t like the equations, BUT they do respond to the answers when they’re consistently provided and reported in a way that makes sense to the average member of the working class.

Comment by andwin_aut on wallstreetbets

THIS IS JUST AWESOME! GREAT WORK DUDE

Comment by delux220 on stocks

SHOP NFLX MSFT AMD SBUX PINS WORK CHWY JETS BUD ACB DIS

I bought 15 shares of Shopify at $34. I sold 5 at ~$250. Holding 10 shares now.

JETS and BUD were my pandemic picks. I bought them at lows, hoping they’ll one day reach their highs.

Comment by andwin_aut on wallstreetbets

THIS IS JUST AWESOME! GREAT WORK DUDE

Comment by delux220 on stocks

SHOP NFLX MSFT AMD SBUX PINS WORK CHWY JETS BUD ACB DIS

I bought 15 shares of Shopify at $34. I sold 5 at ~$250. Holding 10 shares now.

JETS and BUD were my pandemic picks. I bought them at lows, hoping they’ll one day reach their highs.

XOM

Comment by TheHappyItalianMan on stocks

Thoughts? I’m 23 years old making about $65k a year with little no debt or bills. Risk is what I want. Any suggestions to maximize risk & reward?

  • BA 15%
  • DKNG 15%
  • SNE 10%
  • SPY 10%
  • ABNB 5%
  • DINE 5%
  • ARKW 5%
  • BETZ 5%
  • DVAX 5%
  • FSLR 5%
  • FUBO 5%
  • SLV 5%
  • XOM 5%
  • TGT 2.5%
  • HD 2.5%

Comment by codemister99 on stocks

APHA CLVR XOM OXY GOGL BB UAL Many Volatile Iguanas Stink

Comment by Calimonium on stocks

CCL - 25.25%, AMZN - 16.21%, BA - 8.23%, MSFT - 8.22%, ICLN - 8.21%, FAN - 8.13%, LMT - 7.95%, NEE - 4.33%, LIN - 4.29%, XOM - 4.21%, URNM - 4.11%, AMD - 0.87%

33 yr old, just started investing in October of last year and currently working with 12k.

CCL for the recovery play the rest I’m confident for long term. I am considering if I should go long on AMD. Not sure if their growth is sustainable.

Also I may get out of LMT not sure it’s moving like I thought it would.

Any input is appreciated thank you!

Comment by RVA_Rooster on stocks

I’m in the middle of retooling and would like advice on where to do so. It’s split into two accounts and I’m going to sell a few stocks off before 8pm.

ACCOUNT 1:
26% - cash, doing nothing (due to recent profit selloffs of NIO/LI/XPEV that have been set aside for day trade/IPO/suggested picks).
20% - ARKK (may add even more to this?)
13% - BA
12% - PYPL
11% - MU
9% - ARKF
8% - PFE
6% - FANG
6% - GM
5% - WBA

ACCOUNT 2:
35% - TSLA
20% - cash, doing nothing, waiting to be invested.
12% - CRM
10% - DIS
6% - SPCE
6% - HI
5% - XOM
4% - DVN

Just looking, I should probably take some out of Tesla, but that just isn’t happening since it’ll probably continue to run until it’s inclusion. ARKK exposes me to that and PYPL, so maybe axe PYPL. FANG/DVN/XOM is maybe TOO much in oil-based energy, they’re all very profitable right now, but it’s the long run now isn’t it. HI is a funeral service (yeah I paid the $1 for the $550/year Zacks 30-day membership tryout) that’s done well and I expect to do very well this winter as the vaccine isn’t just going to be popped into arms like an Army vac line.

I’ve been hesistant towards banking, I just sold WFC, ARKF exposes me to a lot of the financial sector. Maybe pick up JPM or GS or C instead? MU/CRM are my main tech, as I rotated away from AMZN/GOOG (sounds stupid but they’re too expensive to really profit quickly on a 50k portfolio at 2-5 shares each). BA went down as soon as I bought it after seeing it go up for weeks (go figure). I had LUV before.

So rate it, and more importantly, help me make it stronger. Thanks everyone!

Comment by codemister99 on stocks

APHA CLVR XOM OXY GOGL BB UAL Many Volatile Iguanas Stink

XPEV

Comment by Yettzusk on stocks

I invested mostly in meme stonks and Chinese stocks.

41.0% ARKK - Adding more because gains from Mama Cathie’s funds saved my ass from previous option trading losses.

17.6% TSLA - Hyped stock, low short interest, Elon Musk, brand loyalty

10.5% AMD - Increasing market shares in the desktop platform and datacenter, strong faith in the management team.

9.4% BILI - Chinese Twitch+Youtube for weebs, personally been a user for 8 years. Chinese youngsters anime cult, a strong sense of community and brand loyalty, big publisher for Chinese phone games, and recent hype about HK second listing. BILI isn’t listed on any Chinese mainland exchanges, but Chinese anime fans are desperate for buying this stock. Huge potential, but huge risk (since they are losing money on their main business but gaining big tendies on their side business), therefore I maintained a 10% weighting in my portfolio.

8.4% NIO - I like the stock and also because XPEV and LI sound stupid in mandarin (no jokes).

7.8% PLTR - I like the stock, and Mama Cathie bought it.

5.4% NVDA - I used to own several mining rigs and experienced a massive GPU shortage in 2018. Given the recent increase in $ETH, chasing the Q4 earning so bought at avg. 530.

Comment by Hampster93 on stocks

26 year old started around the end of May and have invested $13,750 total so far. As of the writing of this, I’m up to $19,256 or about 40% increase. My high so far has been ~$21,200 (as of Friday 11/27). I gained most of that in the last 3 months tho tbh.

TLDR: Look at my stocks and lmk what you think! Thanks for reading!

Sorry it’s not in order in any way. And for possible format issues (mobile).

1 TSLA @405.12 3.07%

3 BABA @ 272.22. 4.12%

93 LMPX @16.95. 12.85%

5 AAPL @118.03. 3.21%

6 MSFT @208.99. 6.75%

450 IVR @2.98. 8.23%

305 MITT @2.81. 5.34%

30 Vale @10.66. 2.42%

100 MCAC @10.22. 5.32%*

44 PLTR @14.82. 5.33%

5 RUN @55.92. 1.59%

12 AMD @80.57. 5.83%

32 SPCE @19.93. 4.64%

10 PLL @26.92. 1.4%

9 FSLY @81.89. 3.77%

20 RKT @20.05. 2.1%*

6 SPG @66.3 2.74%

9 DKNG @41.03. 2.4%

18 JETS @18.50. 2.15% (ETF)

9 MAXR @25.21. 1.29%*

7 WKHS @1781 .77%

10 PLAY @17.20 1.36%

1 ARKK @95.41. .59%. (ETF)

1 ARKW @114.86. .71%. (ETF)

10 DRIV @17.32. 1.16%. (ETF)

2 SQ @171.74. 2.11%

4 XPEV @39.17. 1.14%*

8 NIU @28.91. 1.2%*

1 APPS @36.90. .21%

1 NIO @46.75. .24%*

3 CRM @238.92. 3.48%

2 CRSR @38.46. .36%

1 ZM @409.58. 2.15%

All the stocks with an * are stocks I bought for short term trading in some capacity. I originally started with 7 NIO for instance @26.66 and sold them all @52.45. Nothing crazy but I used the gains to buy one of the ARKs. I bought back Into NIO bc it’s starting to dip and I wanna atleast have a toe dipped in the meme stocks.

For the most part, all the rest are long term holds. I had 14 tesla shares at one point all for the same avg but I sold like 8 @420ish and then another 5 @418ish. I used those tiny gains to diversify into what you see today basically. I did the math and I’d be about the same if I had held onto tesla and sold at 580 let’s say, but I didn’t like having 40% in one stock; even if I believe the fuk outta Tesla. Also I like the diversity.

I guess I just want input tbh. I’m always trying to get my average costs down as much as I can. I do some DD (working on doing more and more while waiting for the next major correction). I comb over all these stock related pages, listen to podcasts and youtube ppl, and going to stop being lazy and start reading some of those “Investing for dummies” books I got earlier in the year.

My super short term goals are to get into some of these banks like JPM and GS and what not. Also to get into some more hospitality for the inevitable reopening. I was thinking cruise lines maybe, among others, but I’m afraid of going for the lower ones and them filing for bankruptcy. I know royal caribbean has enough cash to stay afloat for years tho, so have been thinking of jumping into them and watch them rise from the ashes (hopefully).

My short term goals are to invest more and more Into ETFS every month with a bit of stocks depending on price movements/any big dips/corrections. I’m thinking maybe 85% ETFS and 15% stocks moving forward. And maybe doing up to 50-50 splits on ETFS and Stocks depending on how big a future corrections/drop is.

Long term goals are to get more and more into clean/green energy. Everything related to EV/EV infrastructure/manufacturing.Something genetics like BEAM (still looking into others). Space related things. AI robotic type companies. And cloud/software in general.

All these would be budgeted and invested appropriately. For example, I’d prob invest 1000 every month and split it up from there. Maybe do 80% goes to immediate/short term goals (with the appropriate splits again) and then the remaining 20% goes into long term goals.

I’m not really interested in big oil or any of the major car companies tbh. I’ve looked at GM a bit but that’s about as much I’d be willing to dip my toes into those (as of rn atleast).

I guess do you guys got any thoughts? Comments? What do you think I should break into next considering my goals listed above? Suggestions for stocks I should look into?

If you wanna talk more feel free to DM me! Prefer to have it out here in the open so.we can open source the convo tho! More brains are better than less :p

Comment by JA17MVP on investing

XPEV will have three plants completed producing 100,000s of cars a year while NIO has no plants. XPEV is already selling in Europe. XPEV will catch up and surpass NIO sales in the coming quarters. XPEV is valued at 27 billion while NIO is valued at 79 billion.

Conclusion XPENG>NIO. Yet so many people only talk about NIO and TSLA in the EV space.

Comment by Yettzusk on stocks

I invested mostly in meme stonks and Chinese stocks.

41.0% ARKK - Adding more because gains from Mama Cathie’s funds saved my ass from previous option trading losses.

17.6% TSLA - Hyped stock, low short interest, Elon Musk, brand loyalty

10.5% AMD - Increasing market shares in the desktop platform and datacenter, strong faith in the management team.

9.4% BILI - Chinese Twitch+Youtube for weebs, personally been a user for 8 years. Chinese youngsters anime cult, a strong sense of community and brand loyalty, big publisher for Chinese phone games, and recent hype about HK second listing. BILI isn’t listed on any Chinese mainland exchanges, but Chinese anime fans are desperate for buying this stock. Huge potential, but huge risk (since they are losing money on their main business but gaining big tendies on their side business), therefore I maintained a 10% weighting in my portfolio.

8.4% NIO - I like the stock and also because XPEV and LI sound stupid in mandarin (no jokes).

7.8% PLTR - I like the stock, and Mama Cathie bought it.

5.4% NVDA - I used to own several mining rigs and experienced a massive GPU shortage in 2018. Given the recent increase in $ETH, chasing the Q4 earning so bought at avg. 530.

Comment by Greendalee on stocks

23 years old with relatively high risk tolerance, looking to be more aggressive but not sure how to rebalance exactly… appreciate any feedback!

  • NIO - 29%
  • TSLA - 14%
  • ICLN - 13%
  • a penny stock related to psychedelics - 10%
  • AMD - 10%
  • SQ - 8%
  • AAPL - 8%
  • XPEV - 8%

ZOM

Comment by mchawks29 on wallstreetbets

Shoutout to me 2 weeks ago for setting a stop loss on ZOM at 1.60 and then doubling my position at 1.40 this morning.

Comment by verbarmateAbsconded on wallstreetbets

Went in ZOM at close yesterday.

Feeling a lil sick 🤮🤮🤮

Comment by ATLTeemo on pennystocks

I deal with health anxiety also. Here’s what you do with penny stocks, you set it and forget it for a month. Set your exit strategy and only look at the news on it. If you believe in the company then hold. Did this with ZOM and I’m ready for it to take off in March.

Comment by karmacum on pennystocks

HYSR and ZOM are my biggest losers today. they weren’t even long-term holds for me but I’m down almost 50% on both

Comment by Fairwaypapi on pennystocks

Where my ZOM holders at and what is the plan !?