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Finally breaking even with AMZN

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What to do next? I am running out of ideas

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AMZN earnings DD calls it is.

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Oh, the mistakes I’ve made!

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Earnings & economic calendar

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55K AMZN Calls YOLO

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$AMZN Earnings

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$AMZN Earnings

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Who’s ready to burn their life savings this week

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BIG WEEK AHEAD

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Time to full port on AMZN calls fellas

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Would it be a bad idea investing in the same investments in a Roth IRA and a regular brokerage account?

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What do you think about my portfolio.

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GOOGL April 19'24 $170 Calls - Up 100%... Thoughts?

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$AMZN Earnings Yolo

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AMZN to $200+ this year! 🚀

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AMZN May 17’24 $200 Call

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Should I hold onto TSLA or cut my losses and diversify?

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AMZN $500k 2DTE Pizza Guy ... where are you?

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AMZN calls 180 2/2 yes or no

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Equinix Launching Service for Nvidia's Al Supercomputing Infrastructure to Businesses 🚀

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Equinix Launching Service for Nvidia’s Al Supercomputing Infrastructure to Businesses

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Need help diversifying portfolio

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Portfolio management

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Where is the love for VUG ?

AMZN Amazon stock (Breakout)

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AMZN’s IRBT Acquisition Blocked

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EU refuses to let AMZN be a Vacuum cleaner company

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To all the people that are posting “buy and hold” trades you opened years ago

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Long Term Stock Picks to Hold Forever

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Double down on AMZN?

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What to do with TSLA?

Some predictions for Microsoft, Palantir, AMD, Amazon, Spotify and Tesla.

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Tech market brings important development opportunities, AIGC is firmly top 1 in the current technology field

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Best fund for parking $375k for 2 weeks

Amazon's cash printer has been turned back on.

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Tech market brings important development opportunities, AIGC is firmly top 1 in the current technology field

AIGC market brings important development opportunities, artificial intelligence technology has been developing

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A tool to understand fair value estimates based on past CAGR rates and 10+ years of financial data.

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Is it normal for the index funds to be weighted this heavily by mega caps?

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Google, Amazon, and Unity are among the tech companies implementing layoffs to start 2024

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Best Buy is kinda the GOAT

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What are your top picks for the top performance stocks for this year?

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bullish on $AMZN

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$IRBT lost almost 20% today because $AMZN would not offer concessions to European Union (E.U.) antitrust regulators. An overreaction?

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Magnificent Seven fact.

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Anyone else doing a cut and run with GOOGL/AMZN?

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Small AI Companies

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Isn't Amazon stock (AMZN) a bad investment?

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1 year ago I decided to buy AMZN calls every time the price went down. Seems to be working.

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George Gilder Recommends AI Stock

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The Efficient market theory; Points, counterpoints, discussion.

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Deciding REITS for my portfolio. But lack the confidence in knowing how to valuate each choice.

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Covered Call AMZN

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5 Traits of Companies that have Outperformed

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I’m I on Right track? 38 year old

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Portfolio setup

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19yo 2024 roth ira contribution

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2024 Top Nasdaq Performer-$RIVN

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Seeking Advice on Reallocating Tech Stock Profits to IRA: Long-Term Gains vs. Retirement Planning

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$AMZN puts!!!!

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The biggest lesson that I've learned in my 10 year investing career.

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Amazon's free cash flow is set to soar to ATHs.

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Portfolio gain YTD from trading $MARA & $AMZN

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$PUTS on $AMZN for being greedy af

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Amazon's free cash flow is set to soar to ATHs.

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$AMD $PLTR $AMZN and $SPOT predictions

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Advice for diversifying portfolio

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AMZN earnings 2/1/24

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Summarize AMZN earnings call into Tweet by AI

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Thoughts on selling covered calls - AAPL, AMD, GOOGL, AMZN

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Amazon's free cash flow is set to soar to ATHs.

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What Options Activity is Saying About the Market

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Compare these two breakdowns for long term Roth IRA

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I’m 26, should I withdraw my 401k?

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Why is GOOG forward P/E so low and so much cheaper than the other FAANG?

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Why Magnificent Seven stocks aren't really participating in the rally?

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What yall think of the picks for my Roth IRA. Needs any changes? include different sectors?

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AMZN Amazon stock (Breakout)

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Arbitraging the AI potential misspriced in some stocks that will become the leaders

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Favorite brokerage for regards?

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Should I buy NVDA or AMD?

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What are the fundamental traits of promising companies?

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AMZN slaves are the reason my calls expired worthless ?

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YTD gains of 82% ($35k-$64k)

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Amazon Balancing On The Edge - Will It Lead Anywhere?

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Have I beat the market? My returns versus S&P 500.

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Amazon announces new AI chip as it deepens Nvidia relationship

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$AVRW Next Low Float runner!

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It’s not AMZN. AMZN has no dividend and buys back almost zero stock. Margins are too low. All money gets invested back into the business. Doesn’t fit Buffet’s profile.

Mentions:#AMZN

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

Its definitely worth noting that despite AMZN’s decline back then, if you just held you made out anyway

Mentions:#AMZN

They have a big head start on everyone else, and over time the gap will narrow. But there's a reason MSFT, and AMZN are still buying as many of the high end chips from NVDA as they can.

This post reeks of the intention to time the market. I'll play along tho. $TQQQ, $META, $AMZN, $MSFT.

NVDA's forward P/E is significantly lower than AMZN's.

Mentions:#NVDA#AMZN

The most commonly guessed answers on this thread: JPM GOOG BABA INTC CHUBB AMZN PYPL we also know that he sold STNE due to this purchase. Leads me to conclude it’s PYPL. Tell me I’m wrong.

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

>with a monopoly in AI for at least 4-5 more years dude not even... AMD, MSFT, AMZN, Huawei, and even INTL are making products. i wouldn't be surprised if companies like Apple are making chips for their own use, everybody is gonna catch up, NVDA only got a head start if you are so sure of 4-5 more years, go buy LEAPS

Just spent the morning reading NVDA's entire 2024 10k. About 20% of the 2024 full year $40B data center revenue ($8B or so), came from one customer, most likely META. Expect META's level of capital expenditure to trickle into 2025, and since NVDA has $ 16B in inventory purchase commitments liabilities booked for 2025, (but only a $1B or so in 2026 and going forward), at least, they're planning on fy 2025 data center revenues (if \~70% margins hold) of around $53B, putting fy EPS (including their single digit growth divisions' contributions) at $15-$22. At 35x EPS = \~$700, right now. After that, who knows, and depends on competition, margins, AI adoption expanding market size. AMZN, MSFT and GOOGL won't pay 70% margins for very long, before they develop their own simul-processing chips, but that's a few years out. It is interesting that CPU chips work for AI inference problems, they're just much slower. So the real question is how important is that speed and at what price? A TSLA will get you to the office faster than a Prius, but its $50k more expensive.

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

MSFT is priced higher. AMZN is priced *way* higher.

Mentions:#MSFT#AMZN

No, lots of earnings plays. Biggest mistake was selling an AMZN call for a loss before there earnings because I chickened out. AAPL puts covered the loss though so it was okay. Other big wins include UPS puts, CLSK calls, CAT calls, and a bunch more along the way

I still believe in India long-term, but can understand why people are hesitant to jump in. But that's what stopped people from enjoying AMZN's and many other companies rise.

Mentions:#AMZN

Some well known early investors in GOOGL and AMZN were putting a $5-$10 Trillion ultimate value on NVDA in a few years so I ain’t goin nowhere. 🚀🚀

I've never been an AMZN guy. I love AWS, but feel like most of their other businesses are distractions. Also, the stock was dead money for like two years. Didn't go anywhere for a long time before the split I love Nvidia. I own a tiny bit. I'm not selling my current shares, but I just can't buy here. I had a really large limit order on Wednesday, but it was for $647.05. The intraday low on Wednesday was $662.48. I missed making some really, really nice money by $15.43 per share. I would have moved my order higher, closer to $670, but I was super nervous about NVDA. I knew they'd beat, but thought most of it was already priced in. Oh well... shiznit happens. But, my point with NVDA was.... I would have bought a shit ton of it at $650, but now... it's pushing $800. I have to wait for some bad Jerome Powell news or something. Can't enter right now. Sometimes you can be in a no-man's land, and you have to just stay patient on the sidelines. I wish I could be more patient like Warren Buffett, but I want my money to be in plays, advancing forward. I'm too damn greedy.

Mentions:#AMZN#NVDA

Question.... I don't mess with options because I still don't understand it. (the greeks) Let's say I got a nice chunk of change on the sidelines right now. Really wanted to own some AVGO, META (have a little), NVDA (have a little) and MSFT. Already WAY overweight in GOOG and AMD. Never been a huge AAPL or AMZN guy. Anyways, Broadcom, Meta, Nvidia and Microsoft are all at all-time highs. I *almost* bought a fat chunk of Nvidia on Wednesday, but my limit order was $20 below the intraday low. (I knew NVDA would smash earnings, but worried it was mostly priced in and wouldn't be considered that impressive. NVDA obviously killed it) Here's my question, with everything near ATH's that I want to jump in on, should I try using a large position size and just scalping? Basically daytrading META. Maybe several day swing-trades. Basically, trying to learn META's current trading range, buying at support and dumping at resistance. Worst case scenario, I either take a loss or I'm stuck in a GIGANTIC meta bag. I figure there's worse bags than META, but I still hate being so oversized in one specific bag. (already doing this with Google) One option would be to split my dry powder in half. Keep half in cash sweep account, and use the other half to daytrade/swing META. Of course, chopping the cash in half, chops the effectiveness in half. The true beauty of "scalping" is using huge position size. The larger the position size, the less greedy you have to be. You could potentially just target 1/4 percent movements

What’s the timeframe? My meme account was $1500 in October, it’s at $60k right now and I took out $40k. It’s easy to make money when my stocks I play (AMD and AMZN) have done nothing but go up almost continuously since October so I don’t expect this to continue.

Mentions:#AMD#AMZN

If you're buying single stocks, you should have an entry and exit number in mind. If you're not actively researching companies you're better off in index funds. I'm bullish with my self managed portfolio, about 80% qqq/spy index funds, 10-15% long single companies AMZN/MCD and others, 5-10% play money for options or hail marys right now I've been playing in Uranium and Pharma. I don't really know what good growth is, but I'm up 42% lifetime and been in the market working on 6 years.

Mentions:#AMZN#MCD

"retail trade" includes AMZN, no?

Mentions:#AMZN

You can make an argument that AMZN should have a larger market cap, but revenue alone is incredibly stupid. I understand the AWS margins are nice, but they freely admit to taking a loss on the retail portion of their business, which is how they generate most of their revenue. They also have historically leaned heavily on CAPEX which is why their profits are so low.

Mentions:#AMZN#CAPEX

You belong here. You should look at the margins on most of the revenue for AMZN, which they freely admit taking a loss on to drive people to other parts of their business. Meanwhile, NVDA has 77% margins. If revenue is all that mattered then WMT would have a higher market cap than AAPL.

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NVDA named Huawei, AMD, AMZN, MSFT, and AVGO as rivals Intel: am i a joke to you?

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

AMZN already owns a 16% stake in Rivian.

Mentions:#AMZN

For God’s sakes, AMZN is mostly a retailer with razor thin margins. P/S is horrible! You could argue NVDA is expensive, which it really is. But comparing to AMZN, it doesn’t make sense at all. By the way, AMZN is also extremely expensive, but that is irrelevant.

Mentions:#AMZN#NVDA

I couldn't pick between AMZN and META, bezos is so efficiently evil but zucc open sourced the first LLMs, so I decided to be optimistic and not hope for all our inevitable enslavement in one giant amazon warehouse that spans the earth

Mentions:#AMZN

These are tickers, on the market everything has a ticker which essentially is just a shortened version of the stock name. Example is Apple has a ticker of AAPL and Amazon has one of AMZN. The ones in this post are for funds that share the risk over a number of shares and so are less risky and less volatile. They're the sort of thing you're wanting to look for if you want those 10% annual returns.

Mentions:#AAPL#AMZN

37% of Nasdaq 100 is $MSFT, $AAPL, $AMZN, $NVDA, $META, and $GOOG, wouldn't be surprised if it converges even further on fewer companies.

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

"NVDA future earnings make it cheaper than AMD and AMZN" I wasn't made aware of the fact that predicted earnings nearly a year out are always 100% accurate :(

next NVDA or AMD won't be a thing. Next AMZN might be private.

So, what could possibly be the next NVDA or AMD or AMZN 5-10 years down the road? When NVDA was worth dollars per share, was it viewed as some cheap penny stock that could potentially collapse? Or was there always hype from the beginning for their graphics cards, and they lucked out with crypto mining and AI?

There was nothing like trading pre-split AMZN and TSLA 0DTE on a Friday afternoon. Especially when Etrade Pro defaulted you to 10 contracts instead of 1 and you didn't check before placing the order. Those were the days

Mentions:#AMZN#TSLA

They are speculative insofar as the AI play with AMZN and GOOGL, otherwise I doubt one would have seen the run-up. Big Pharma has been hammered outside of a few stocks. LLY was a speculative play on Mounjaro, otherwise it’s another tanking PFE.

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

To piggy on this post, I just opened my Roth last year, I have QQQ, SPY and AMZN. Now I don't forsee this, but in 20 years if AMZN starts to tank. Will I be taxed if I sell my AMZN shares and reinvest to a mutual fund or ETF? Aka, I keep it in the stock market.

Mentions:#QQQ#SPY#AMZN

Never said total return of mo or pm would rival MSFT, AMZN etc. initial argument was that the div would inherently lower the stock price when set. Also with div, less worry about srr for me

Mentions:#MSFT#AMZN

NVDA has been innovating at low cost to return. AMZN somehow is allowed to be so expensive for not innovating at all.

Mentions:#NVDA#AMZN

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AMZN Puts Jeff B. Sold this week, it's a sign!

Mentions:#AMZN

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I'll be interested to see what BRK says this weekend. Josh Brown floated the idea that they bought amzn stock for the portfolio in Q4. I would expect a 5% day for AMZN on monday if that were to happen.

Mentions:#AMZN

fuck sold my AMZN call for a loss

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NVDA and AMZN making humanoid robots. Bullish

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Sold AMZN & QQQM. Put all my earnings into VOO & NVDA, which I had already been invested to. Not sure if I'll regret this decision. Wasn't really sold on QQQM anyway though. But AMZN might hurt later.

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Mentions:#AMZN#DDOG

Bro AMZN just do something

Mentions:#AMZN

Sold AMZN & QQQM. Put all my earnings into VOO & NVDA, which I had already been invested to. Not sure if I'll regret this decision. Wasn't really sold on QQQM anyway though. But AMZN might hurt later.

I mean the holding in the fund right now are basically the same as the QQQ though right? I get the idea that fund is actively managed and can change, but what you are buying right now looks like the QQQ but way more expensive and underperforming. It's not false at all. Again, here is NANC top holding right now: MSFT - 7.95, AMZN - 6.45%, AAPL - 5.45%, NVDA - 4.89%, GOOGL - 4.61% Compared to QQQ: MSFT - 8.8%, AAPL - 8.2%, NVDA - 5%, AMZN - 5% That's the point I was trying to make.

> NVDA future earnings make it cheaper than either AMD and AMZN Price now based on extrapolated growth into the future, what could go wrong

Yeah that other fund that the other poster is suggesting is basically just buying the QQQ but with a higher expense. If you look at the fund holdings: [https://www.subversiveetfs.com/nanc](https://www.subversiveetfs.com/nanc) MSFT - 8%, AMZN - 6.54%, AAPL - 5%, NVDA - 4%. Compare that to like QQQM: [https://www.etf.com/QQQM](https://www.etf.com/QQQM) MSFT - 8%, AAPL - 8%, NVDA - 8%, AMAZN - 5%.

You could have caught both AMZN and NVDA if you studied Jeff and Jensen. But maybe no one did. Or the people who knew them did.

Mentions:#AMZN#NVDA

47% gain for me over last year. Mostly MSFT, AMD, ASO, and AMZN and 10% in TQQQ.

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