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  1. #14926
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    Diworsification = non US stocks

    I've fallen prey to the bs for the last time.

  2. #14927
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    Lol yup.

  3. #14928
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    Hmm, my account has a of "no fees Friday" Black Friday offer for US stocks. Couple of grand of extra laying in that account and wondering what interesting cheap-semi-penny stocks are around? Like, not pure meme stocks but something on the cheaper side (as there is no possibility for fractional share buys)...

    Bueller?

    The floggings will continue until morale improves.

  4. #14929
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    It depends on a lot of factors, risk tolerance, time frame, income or growth?

    If I had a couple grand right now I’d probably put it in ACCD or CMPS.

    ACCD is a healthcare consulting company founded by a friend of a friend. Prior to starting Accolade he started a company offering expense reporting software. He built Concur from a start up to eventually selling the company for 8.3 billion. I built a position of 86 shares at about $38/share. I sold 50 shares at $49 per in August to buy my fish camp property. It’s now trading at $28.42, with a 52 week high of $65.25.

    CMPS is a biotech company with a single product which is a synthetic psilocybin drug being tested to treat depression. Stage two trial results were announced a few weeks ago and showed success with a higher micro-dose. There were a few adverse reactions which seemed to spook the market. It is currently trading at $32.04 with a 52 week high of $61.69. Further trial results are due out next spring. The latest analyst recommendation came out Monday with a buy recommendation and a price target of $120. (If you want to sell call options with high valuations this stock is a good one. I expect rampant speculation next spring before trials results are announced.)

    Both of these stocks carry some risk.

    I think weed stocks are a good investment as well, although they currently aren’t “US” stocks. I like Cresco Labs (CRLBF). They are a multi state operator that has been busy in acquisitions to grow their footprint. I think they will show some share growth once congress passes legislation to legalize the financial aspect of it. Lately even some Republicans seem agreeable to the idea and have introduced bills to move it forward. Cresco is trading pretty cheap right now at $8.82, 10 days ago Cantor Fitzgerald called it a “top pick” in the sector and raised it’s price target to $19.

    If you’re looking for income I think midstreams are the best out there. Most yield high dividends and have room for share growth. I started moving to those last year and now own EPD, MMP, DCP, and MPLX. Not sure about the tax situation on those in your home country but here in the states it’s another form to fill out when filing taxes. Personally I think the yield and possible share growth outweigh the extra form. Building pipelines may become harder in the future and I think that gives an advantage to those who already have a pipeline network. These are also naturally hedged against inflation as they profit from fees to move products rather than the price of said products.

    Reits are another high yield sector, I recently increased my position in PINE. I don’t expect mercurial growth or a super high yield but more of a slow steady increase in each. As has been famously said, they aren’t making any more land.

    Disclaimer: My advice is highly unreliable, do your own research.

  5. #14930
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    Bob, thanks for your insights. Good reading there!

    Any takes on the AI/Electrification front, say Palantir, UiPath, Standard Lithium, Stem etc? Generally just to have some interesting companies to follow on that side of the pond, to see how certain trends/industries take shape and compare to companies on the old continent,,.

    The floggings will continue until morale improves.

  6. #14931
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    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  7. #14932
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post

    I think weed stocks are a good investment as well, although they currently arenít ďUSĒ stocks. I like Cresco Labs (CRLBF). They are a multi state operator that has been busy in acquisitions to grow their footprint. I think they will show some share growth once congress passes legislation to legalize the financial aspect of it. Lately even some Republicans seem agreeable to the idea and have introduced bills to move it forward. Cresco is trading pretty cheap right now at $8.82, 10 days ago Cantor Fitzgerald called it a ďtop pickĒ in the sector and raised itís price target to $19.

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    What's the thought, if any, on hemp stocks? Will hemp take over many of the products currently made with less sustainable materials? Hemp has always seemed like the answer to a greener future. Granted it's farming and I don't know if that is a good investment.

  8. #14933
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    Never really looked into a pure hemp play. A little bit of googling shows only a few pure plays and a lot of overlap.

    Saw the South Africa strain chatter on Twitter last night. Put in call selling orders on some of my energy, yeah, that shit blew down past my limits pre-market. Woke up to headlines and being down over 4%.

  9. #14934
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    Didi delisting - hold Feb options or dump now?

    Privatization at IPO price would be great. Discounted offering on HK exchange would be less so.

  10. #14935
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    Getting out of my LVS before the inevitable travel stock Omicron crash.

    Probably will fold it into my LCID and QS. Iím long on both with low cost basis and I think theyíve got plenty of room to run.

  11. #14936
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    What's the thought, if any, on hemp stocks? Will hemp take over many of the products currently made with less sustainable materials? Hemp has always seemed like the answer to a greener future. Granted it's farming and I don't know if that is a good investment.

    Here's a few thoughts from someone w a vague idea of the hemp situation. Farmers want to grow it but there are few processors. But like every other type of farmer they will keep planting until they drive the price to as close to zero as possible. So owning a processing facility or a factory that turns the processed hemp into a salable product is prob a better long term bet. These facilities should be in locations where the effects of global warming and perhaps limited water won't interfere w yield/acre or the viability of the crop in its entirety.

  12. #14937
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon3 View Post
    Getting out of my LVS before the inevitable travel stock Omicron crash.

    Probably will fold it into my LCID and QS. I’m long on both with low cost basis and I think they’ve got plenty of room to run.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/28/stoc...lose-news.html

    The market seems to shrugging off Omicron, oil prices are back up as well.

  13. #14938
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    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  14. #14939
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    S&P 500 just broke through 50 day MA.

  15. #14940
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    I’m still betting on nasdaq. Going up over time. Weird watching big losses and gains day to day on not much of an investment.
    Own your fail. ~Jer~

  16. #14941
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTT View Post
    Iím still betting on nasdaq. Going up over time. Weird watching big losses and gains day to day on not much of an investment.
    That worked in 2001 when we were still young and handsome.

    I wouldnít want to be buying into this mkt if I needed the cash in the next 10 yrs.


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  17. #14942
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    Interesting link thanks for sharing. "More than 40% of all companies that were ever in the Russell 3000 Index experienced a ďcatastrophic stock price lossĒ, which we define as a 70% decline in price from peak levels which is not recovered"

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Iím much more of a nose picker than a stock picker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cono Este View Post
    That worked in 2001 when we were still young and handsome.

    I wouldn’t want to be buying into this mkt if I needed the cash in the next 10 yrs.


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    Interesting take. The bank says my investments increased 42%. This past year. I can afford to lose a few bucks. I think I’m gonna buy another 6k. In the next couple days. Long term investment
    Own your fail. ~Jer~

  20. #14945
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    DocuSign. Who knew? Didn't see that one taking down the market.
    Charlie, here comes the deuce. And when you speak of me, speak well.

  21. #14946
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu Gotz View Post
    DocuSign. Who knew? Didn't see that one taking down the market.
    There will be a series of executions in these fast growth names in the months ahead. The Arkk names. The arkk chart is a disaster.and if lucky it will stop at 80. 50 looks more likely considering the momentum.

  22. #14947
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    TSLA is at risk creating an island top. Thereís a huge gap down to $900 which is nothing in the bigger picture for the price.

  23. #14948
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu Gotz View Post
    DocuSign. Who knew? Didn't see that one taking down the market.
    At least in China it's a real company building shit.

    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  24. #14949
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    There will be a series of executions in these fast growth names in the months ahead. The Arkk names. The arkk chart is a disaster.and if lucky it will stop at 80. 50 looks more likely considering the momentum.
    I still don't understand the ARKKs. Many of them hold the same names. Talk about concentrated yolo risks

  25. #14950
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    Is the stock market going to tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLau View Post
    I still don't understand the ARKKs. Many of them hold the same names. Talk about concentrated yolo risks
    I look through the holdings and while they are all good companies i canít see why any of them are not vulnerable to another 50% down. Making that big investment in Twitter? Why? They havenít proven they can grow earnings as expected.

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