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  1. #7101
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    Like I said last week.... shippers will be on fire soon..... esea... tops.. dcix

  2. #7102
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitekingsalmon View Post
    Like I said last week.... shippers will be on fire soon..... esea... tops.. dcix
    You didn't name names so the recommendation was a red herring. "Shipping" ETF SEA is down 5% since your big call. The way you spin is how wall street huksters have been pitching hind site wisdom for decades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    You didn't name names so the recommendation was a red herring. "Shipping" ETF SEA is down 5% since your big call. The way you spin is how wall street huksters have been pitching hind site wisdom for decades.
    Odd that they're all microcap stocks and all moving massively on no news...

    ESEA: (traded volume > its entire market cap today)
    Volume 9,744,444
    Avg. Volume 37,714


    DCIX: (traded volume > its entire market cap today)
    Volume 9,558,134
    Avg. Volume 485,528

    TOPS: (traded volume > 2x market cap today!)
    Volume 35,468,159
    Avg. Volume 744,657

  4. #7104
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    Point is he could have just pulled those three out of a hat since they weren't mentioned originally. Like a shell game. If the names were down would a mea culpa been posted? Doubt it. No one ever talks about their losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Point is he could have just pulled those three out of a hat since they weren't mentioned originally. Like a shell game. If the names were down would a mea culpa been posted? Doubt it. No one ever talks about their losses.
    Yeah there's that - but mysterious anonymous stock tips like "shipping will be up next week", followed by a curiously timed spike in some easily manipulable share prices, strikes me as something more nefarious.

    From the tips last week:
    YECO: up from 1.50 Tuesday ->11.75 on Thursday, now down to $5.00 again. Would probably have fallen even faster but volume is way down (i imagine those who bought peak pump are reluctant to sell so soon)

    NCTY:
    1.57 on the 18th, up to $6.23 on the 19th, back to 2.121 already.

    Pump. Dump.





  6. #7106
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    Bought last week.... do your own dd

  7. #7107
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    Like I said I follow a few people on stock twits..... lucked n ultra calls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    If a product is free, you are the product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitekingsalmon View Post
    Bought last week.... do your own dd
    Horse shit. Why didn't you name names? Show your P&L to prove it.

  10. #7110
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    Robin Hood is fine for small buy and hold investors. Day traders not so much.

  11. #7111
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    i hold until im king
    Zone Controller

    "He wants to be a pro, bro, not some schmuck." - Hugh Conway

    "DigitalDeath would kick my ass. He has the reach of a polar bear." - Crass3000

  12. #7112
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    Robin hood sucks

  13. #7113
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitekingsalmon View Post
    Bought last week.... do your own dd
    Sure, you can go on reddit and read "DD" that is fucking garbage. A bunch of idiots who don't know what a stock split is and assume that company CEOs all actively trade on inside information two weeks before a big announcement.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/RobinHoodPe...ng_stocks_now/

  14. #7114
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    Hey 4matic.... I'm not here to be your broker n hold your hand......

  15. #7115
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    Hey 4 Matin should I have said shippers with low floats jajajaja? Do your own dd... no time for poodles I'm trading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitekingsalmon View Post
    Hey 4matic.... I'm not here to be your broker n hold your hand......
    You're here to call your winners and pan you're losers unless you've never lost trading penny stocks. Here's how it works:

    Long XYZ on date sold XYZ at date.

    What you are doing is common behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitekingsalmon View Post
    Hey 4 Matin should I have said shippers with low floats jajajaja? Do your own dd... no time for poodles I'm trading.
    Total crap. You give opaque recommendation and then claim victory in hindsite. You were doing the due diligence and by sharing the recomendation you own it. But, since you didn't name names you can't claim a victory. Like I said. Post P&L since you've been following the guru's

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    The way it works is... salmon guy blindly follows some stocktwits dude posing as a chick into a variety of trades. Some work, some don't. Generally atrocious risk management, trade structuring and risk pooling eventually results in a 'life of a turkey' moment where 90% of everything is lost in a few sessions without warning or an explanation from luckeee, who is totally composed as it was all paper trading to begin with.

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    I hope nobody bought TLRY long term.

  20. #7120
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    CPST long

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepperdawg View Post
    CPST long
    Are you long at >$1,000 in the early 2000's? Whoever owned back then, jeezzzzzzzzzzzzzz. They are polishing boots in vegas now.

  22. #7122
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    XLF near a 52 week low. In 2007 XLF lagged and underperformed for about a year prior to the crash.

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    Well financials basically caused the crash. I don’t see financials being the reason for a crash this time. I do see a flat yield curve hurting earnings for banks, relative to where they could be. Add in a lack of growth in the largest banks which make up xlf, there you go. There are many growing banks but typically mid and small caps not burdened by reg, lack of trading profit, size, and sifi.
    Decisions Decisions

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    KRE (regional banks) down 22% from its 52 week high.

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    Yeah. Yield curve flat. They’re still growing just not making the cash. Much of that drop is after the fed bumped short rates again in sept. Before that they were largely trading in a range as the rate hike was somewhat expected.
    Decisions Decisions

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