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  1. #14951
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    Blood in the streets means it's time to buy. Picked up 100 shares of ACCD @ $24/share. Hope to flip those in a few months and double my money.

  2. #14952
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Blood in the streets means it's time to buy. Picked up 100 shares of ACCD @ $24/share. Hope to flip those in a few months and double my money.
    Agreed, what else do you think is primed to bounce back? How about airlines?

  3. #14953
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan_pdx View Post
    Agreed, what else do you think is primed to bounce back? How about airlines?
    PRPL has taken quite a dive. Good product with supply chain issues which surely will get solved at some point. No idea if this is really the bottom, though.

  4. #14954
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    "The $1 trillion that has flowed to global stocks in 2021 is bigger than the last 20 years combined. Strategists at JPMorgan also recently commented on the rush into stocks, noting that the flows have been driven by retail investors."

  5. #14955
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    Highest IPO money ever raised in 2021. There's no shortage of stock. Buybacks are back but issuance far exceeds the amount of buybacks these days.

  6. #14956
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan_pdx View Post
    Agreed, what else do you think is primed to bounce back? How about airlines?
    I suspect the current bleeding is only a scratch... the gaping wound(s) are yet to come.

  7. #14957
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu Gotz View Post
    DocuSign. Who knew? Didn't see that one taking down the market.
    50x sales? You think thats normal?

  8. #14958
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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    I suspect the current bleeding is only a scratch... the gaping wound(s) are yet to come.
    Well, I've had a stupidly high % in cash for a stupidly long time, so I'm ready for that...I guess...

  9. #14959
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbumpsalot View Post
    50x sales? You think thats normal?
    I initiated a position in Docusign today. Invested < 10% of my cash today.

    Sent from my SM-G998U1 using Tapatalk

  10. #14960
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Blood in the streets means it's time to buy. Picked up 100 shares of ACCD @ $24/share. Hope to flip those in a few months and double my money.
    I’m thinking the same thing. By years end it’s all going to be back to the high marks. Right? I am cash challenged. But have 10 grand I can invest. I’m going in. Now.
    Own your fail. ~Jer~

  11. #14961
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    When the Russians invade Ukraine is when the market will really crater.

  12. #14962
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    Why? War is money.

    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  13. #14963
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    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  14. #14964
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Why? War is money.
    You're not wrong, but the markets psychology will be seriously rattled. Smart money will be long gone and the trillions the undisciplined retail investors have sunk into the market will be worth 40-50% of their initial investment so they will sell as it bottoms out. If a ground war broke out in Ukraine we could then see China, NK, and Iran testing the West's resolve putting even more pressure on the market.

  15. #14965
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    Money seeks yield, especially in a zero interest world. Where will it go, those trillions upon trillions you speak of? To the safest highest return. Equities. Maybe not retail and consumers, but certainly the war profiting sectors.

    We just had a much bigger scare in 2020. The entire world economy shutting down? How'd that work out? A blip. I made 21% this year in passive funds. Or, now fading into memory, '08. The market is up over 300% since March of '09.

    Kinda silly to think of a sustained major war these days, because we'll all die, pretty much, but it helps to scare traders every now and then.

    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  16. #14966
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    The thing about smart money is they know when to exit and when to re-buy. I have no such skills so I buy and hold, and add on the dips. And speaking of choosing sectors that will profit and no doubt they'll be some, yet again I'm in index funds so some stocks will do poorly and some will do well. I will get my balls pounded flat on my disworsification into non-US equities however.

  17. #14967
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeless Sinner View Post
    The thing about smart money is they know when to exit and when to re-buy. I have no such skills so I buy and hold, and add on the dips. And speaking of choosing sectors that will profit and no doubt they'll be some, yet again I'm in index funds so some stocks will do poorly and some will do well. I will get my balls pounded flat on my disworsification into non-US equities however.
    Nobody knows when to exit and when to re-buy. Nobody. Unless they are breaking the law. Or in Congress.

    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  18. #14968
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Nobody knows when to exit and when to re-buy. Nobody. Unless they are breaking the law. Or in Congress.
    Wasn't it Balzac that said “behind every great fortune is an equally great crime” (only in French)?

  19. #14969
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    Should be inscribed on a gate over the entry to the Vatican grounds like the Auschwitz "Work Will Set You Free" greeting.

    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  20. #14970
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    I had my weekend buy go through first thing this morning

    20 shares ndaq. Filled @ 200.70. Per

    Not much but in the game. I think a very safe place to put extra money “savings”
    Own your fail. ~Jer~

  21. #14971
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    Does anybody here invest in Angellist syndicates?

    If so, any thoughts to share? Quality of startup opportunities, how hard to get accredited by Angellist, professionalism of syndicate managers, etc?

    Thanks

  22. #14972
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    Given the massive return on bikes and bike parts over the last 20 months I’ve decided to liquidate my 401k and buy more bikes.

  23. #14973
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  24. #14974
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    ^^^^ "It has filed no financial statements, it has disclosed nothing about its business, it has no product, it is a completely imaginary company."

    If they pull this off and only low level players go to prison, Donny really is the greatest grifter of all time. I'm amazed the MAGA crowd has enough cash to drive the price up, I suppose the institutional investors are mostly responsible and will somehow get out in time.

  25. #14975
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    Quote Originally Posted by 406 View Post
    ^^^^ "It has filed no financial statements, it has disclosed nothing about its business, it has no product, it is a completely imaginary company."

    If they pull this off and only low level players go to prison, Donny really is the greatest grifter of all time. I'm amazed the MAGA crowd has enough cash to drive the price up, I suppose the institutional investors are mostly responsible and will somehow get out in time.
    It’s not exactly a trump specific phenomenon so much as a SPAC one, but it is a perfect storm of shit and idiocy. I have to think the backers will get sued into the dirt before this is done.

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