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Which one of you asswipes (I say that lovingly) was smart enough to get in on the POSH IPO this morning? Because it wasn’t this guy.
Always seems to happen. And, as I understand it, some of these big IPOs, the brokers won't even talk to you unless you have like $100k + to drop on it.Yeah when I had posted that, I didn’t realize that it didn’t actually open at $42. I was going off of what I read previously. Sucks. You think the same thing will happen with Dream Finders next week?
time for a shift?
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9 of 10 top holdings in FBGRX are down on a day when all indices are up
FAANG taking a breather?
TSLA might have topped out for the time being. I’ve sold off a few but I’m still holding the majority of shares I bought a few months ago. They’re putting out their FY 2020 Q4 earnings on 1/27 and I’m very interested to see it.I tried getting into this stuff months back when Genius Brands was going crazy. Needless to say that was a really unrealistic first taste of how day and swing trading actually works, made it look way too easy. Thankfully it was very little money. Considering giving it another try, I took all my money out except for $50 in Tesla (using fractional shares on Robinhood) in like August. Just checked it again and found it’s grown to like $140 now.
I was thinking the same thing, I sold $100 of that and bought a couple little pieces of some other things. Facebook and AMC namely. FB seems like it will rebound a bit soon and AMC seems to be poised for a small run that I can try to get a piece of. We'll see though.TSLA might have topped out for the time being. I’ve sold off a few but I’m still holding the majority of shares I bought a few months ago. They’re putting out their FY 2020 Q4 earnings on 1/27 and I’m very interested to see it.
Thanks that still gives me some additional faith in the stock in a complicated space beyond my capabilities to understand. And congrats on your BioEng PHd daughter!I've only gone over it to the degree that I chose to invest in CRSP during the vaccine tail-chasing was going on. I chose CRSP because of feedback I have gotten from my medical pro relatives as well as my BioEng PHd daughter.....I did it somewhat blind to fundamentals, but it's not profitable yet anyway. It is the most widely used genetics product across both educational and professional research institutes. I have no information for comparing it to it's competitors
Thanks that still gives me some additional faith in the stock in a complicated space beyond my capabilities to understand. And congrats on your BioEng PHd daughter!
Probably more of a question for a Finance major that a Business major, but do you hold a lot of 3:1 ETFs?not sure if this is overthinking things, but I do track how many days my portfolio as a whole (including cash) outperforms the indices as opposed to underperforms.
I outperform the indices on more days than I underperform, but what I find interesting is that I'm better at outperforming on index down days than up days in terms of number of days, but the up days I outperform I do so by much larger amount.....in other words, the biggest deltas occur on up days that I outperform the indices
what does it all mean?