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$94.14

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$27.47

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$32.85

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$30.25

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Seeking El Dorado - Finding the next Amazon amid all the hype

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Cathie Wood’s ARKK Lures Almost $1 Billion Even as ETF Sells Off

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How does selling at a loss work?

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What is your favorite gene editing stock and why?

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A lot of hate for Cathy Wood and the manifestation of God's ETF (ARK). Here's why Cathy Wood's God has forsaken her.

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Hoping to do better this year than last... Review portfolio

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BST/SCHD/Quadfecta -38y/o feedback/input on approach?

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Trying to turn my portfolio around.. Please help!

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ARK ETFs available in Europe! (sortof)

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I have 100 shares of ARKG now down 52% . Hold or Sell?

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Cathie Wood’s ARK ETFs Are in a Deep Hole—Already

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ToS Glitch: ARKK Options and Capital Gains Distributions?

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2021 ARK etf performance by fund

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DocGo (DCGO) - A Telemedicine Disruptor, Royal Pains for All

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DocGo (DCGO) - A Telemedicine Disruptor, Royal Pains for All

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Cathie Wood to Launch a New ETF. It Tracks a Transparency Index

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Is there any potential for ARK funds?

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Faith in cathie wood and ark funds

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Faith in CATHIE WOOD AND ARK FUNDS DISCUSSION

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Cathie keeps buying TDOC...at least someone has not given up on this!

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Cathie Wood’s Genomics Fund Is Down 27% and Outflows Are Growing

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ETFS News Wire Company News Investing 50m ago Cathie Wood’s Genomics Fund Is Down 27% and Outflows Are Growing

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Some criticism on Cathie Wood's ARK ETFs

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Why is Cathie buying Palantir into ARKG?

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Option expired exactly at my strike price

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[YOLO] I've YOLO'd $207k into $COIN shares since the DPO

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What ETFs are good substitutes for some of the ARK funds?

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Cathie Wood buys the dip on Ginkgo Bioworks; adds 8 million shares of $DNA to ARKK and ARKG

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Cathie Wood buys the dip on Ginkgo Bioworks; adds 8 million shares of $DNA to ARKG and ARKK

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Why is ARKG ETF and TSLA stock prices so highly correlated?

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What’s up with ARK funds?

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Stocks at Possible bottom

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Long term investing with margin

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Long term investing with margin.

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Is $PATH an ape rocket? Momma Cathie votes yes.

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Resources on Caribou Biosciences (CRBU)

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Need help with an option play with ARKK and ARKG

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$255,400 PLTR YOLO + Total Shares Held within ARKK / ARKQ / ARKW / ARKG / ARKF as of 20 AUG

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$255,400 PLTR YOLO + Total Shares Held within ARKK / ARKQ / ARKW / ARKG / ARKF as of 20 AUG

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I have these losers that I acquired in March, which ones should I get rid of to take a loss?

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Whats going on with this quiet, but not so quiet SPAC? (Cathie Wood, ARK Invest)

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What the deal with this quiet, but not so quiet SPAC (ARK Invest)

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What’s going on with this SPAC? (ARK Invest)

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$SRNG aka Soaring Eagle Acuisition Corp. Aka Ginkgo Bioworks 🚀🚀🚀 a poor tard's DD

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$DYNS Unnoticed SPAC opportunity or am I crazy???

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$DYNS (Special Purpose Acquisition/Blank Check)

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Why is zymergen up 75% today after falling 75% yesterday?

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Ark Invest long term hold after big losses

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ARK Invest future possibilities?

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18yo, Have $10k to invest

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Seeking Advice For My Losses

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Putting all money into QQQM and QQQJ

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A collection of ETFs. Thoughts?

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What are your favorite ETFs for a 2-5 year timeline?

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ETF for Kids to Cash in 13 years help

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Listen up degens, EDIT isn't just a soaring stock - it will help humanity

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Listen up degens, EDIT isn't just a soaring stock - it will help humanity

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ARKG vs. GNOM - Is GNOM a better bet?

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Need Help Regarding CC Assignment (Possible)

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NTLA, CRSP, EDIT, BEAM, VERV, ARKG likely to fly on Monday

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NTLA, BEAM, CRSP, VERV, EDIT, and ARKG likely to fly on Monday

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I wrote a program to track the sentiment of stocks across finance news publishers (SeekingAlpha, Barrons, MotelyFool, YahooFinance, etc). Here's the most speculative tickers in last week's news 6/7/21-6/11/21

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Long term ETF investing

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Long term investing advise.

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Young investor ETF portfolio advice

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30 years old. Here is my portfolio strategy - please criticize

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My long term portfolio and strategy - please read!!

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Tax Loss Harvesting - ARKK/ARKG

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ETFs focused on stem cell/regenerative tissue therapy biotech? (or single stocks you are particularly excited about)

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How is my diversification in my portfolio?

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ARK ETF Shorted by Institutional Investors.

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I was bored and thinking about Ark funds. So I decided to do a breakdown to see how much of each fund is represented within ARKK. Figured I'd share if anyone else was interested.

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ARKG a good buy right now?

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ARK owners - how are you hedging your positions?

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Recommended ARK funds to invest in for long term?

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Genomics ETF in EU?

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New Roth IRA I have questions with little experience and knowledge. Advice wanted

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Long Straddle Scenario

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Aggressive ETFs

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What’s a realistic timeline on The ARK funds getting back to feb. highs?

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Long term ETFs to hold

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How much cash to hold?

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The Tom Brady of asset management ? People love to hate Cathie Wood but her funds get results. Some thoughts from an analyst who takes a quantitative approach.

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Hat in the Ring: Just based on technical analysis, I think ARKG and ARKF are good buys next week.

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The Tom Brady of asset management ? People love to hate Cathie Wood, but her funds get results. Some thoughts from an analyst who takes a quantitative approach.

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$EDIT, Cathie Wood's $ARKG, and the (4/20) $420c $TECH

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A young portfolio who would appreciate some feedback.

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investment of 2021

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🦋 Butterfly Network Emerging from its Cocoon $BFLY DD 🦋

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Why you should invest in Index only

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what happens to an ETF if the parent investment company goes broke?

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FTC files suit against Illumina (ILMN) to block vertical integration with Grail

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FTC sues Illumina (ILMN) to block vertical integration with Grail

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Need some advice on Arkk

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Looking for some help diversifying my portfolio away from the tech sector

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What are your BEST strategies to avoiding emotional trading?

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Buying the dip, no money left

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Should I cut my losses or hold out?

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Invest in ARKG?

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Surface Oncology ($SURF) Strats pre-AACR Conference

Mentions

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Oh I bought ARKG and ARKF literally at their peaks in 2021. Go look at the charts and I was the guy buying them middle of February last year. Thankfully I at least got out when they went -40% and didn’t hold longer

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fake currency crash and depegging rumors have me spooked on a potential contagion. I’m a bit spooked and want to buy some puts on an ARK fund to get some protection. Any ideas as to which one of cathie’s babies has the crappiest holdings? My guess at first is ARKG but I remember she has a whole bunch of non biotech companies in there that should be okay like pharmaceuticals

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Agree, bought ARKG @20. Don't know shit about genomics but it sounds cool... ![gif](emote|free_emotes_pack|sunglasses)

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Theres a bunch of former meme stocks like VRM or plenty in ARKG biotech, (SRNE, BLI, PACB, NVTA, EDIT, etc) that are now essentially being priced for bankruptcy. All under $1B mc. Could be worth some 2023 calls.

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Year-to-date price action on all six of ARK’s actively managed ETFs: (NYSEARCA:ARKK) -58.2%, (NYSEARCA:ARKW) -56.5%, (ARKF) -58.5%, (BATS:ARKG) -51.7%, (BATS:ARKQ) -35.6%, and (ARKX) -27.2%. Wood’s flagship ARK Innovation ETF is down nearly 60% YTD, almost four times that of the benchmark SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF (SPY), which is down 15.4% in 2022.

Year-to-date price action on all six of ARK’s actively managed ETFs: (NYSEARCA:ARKK) -58.2%, (NYSEARCA:ARKW) -56.5%, (ARKF) -58.5%, (BATS:ARKG) -51.7%, (BATS:ARKQ) -35.6%, and (ARKX) -27.2%. Wood’s flagship ARK Innovation ETF is down nearly 60% YTD, almost four times that of the benchmark SPDR S&P 500 Trust ETF (SPY), which is down 15.4% in 2022. Hahahahahahahha

Had a bought a leap on ARKG at the peak.. expired last year.

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I have one as a small portion of my roth. I vest contributions quarterly into SPY and then spend the change on ARKG. I think it's an exciting space that will pay off long term.

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ARKG a buy

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Year-to-date price action on all six of ARK’s actively managed ETFs: (NYSEARCA:ARKK) -58.2%, (NYSEARCA:ARKW) -56.5%, (ARKF) -58.5%, (BATS:ARKG) -51.7%, (BATS:ARKQ) -35.6%, and (ARKX) -27.2%.

Fair enough. I have some stocks that I think are good and have no problem holding (VTI, BRK.B, AMZN) but others like ARKK, ARKG I just don’t believe in long term. I’d rather sell some of those to reinvest into the other stocks I mentioned that I think have more upside, basically stocks I would be comfortable holding and not looking at for years

HASI, DLR - reits, down appreciably this year but not in free-fall. FLNC - energy storage developer, down a lot from IPO last fall. Company has been active about 10 years. ARKG - biotech ETF. I like the holdings better than XBI which would be the other possibility. Long all except XBI

If you sell and don’t buy back for 30 days you’ll lock in the tax loss and do your part in bending over the IRS! Also it gives you an excuse for a breather not that it helped me much. I was out of my classic ARKG holdings on December 30th and bought the “deals” on February 1st 😬

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Don’t forget ARKG

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Bubble of market was when I was asking if ARKG will go up another 70-100% in 2021-22, when it was already up 185% in a few months

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⚠️ **Public Service Announcement** ⚠️ Short ARKG using margin. u/cashflow_ started falling in love with all the stocks that Cathie buys for ARKG. You know what that means....

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Personally I think most of her picks in her flagship fund are pretty 🗑. I really don’t know enough to speak on shit like ARKG, ARKW, or ARKQ

If ARKK and ARKG drops another 25%, I am all in.

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I am down 65% on ARKK and ARKG. Not sold. I guess I am wanting for it to go to zero.

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Does anyone remember how hyped ARK was back in 2020-2021 on Reddit with all the ''expert investors'' recommending high allocations to ARKK, ARKG, ... So hilarious.

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You are absolutely right. But man, worry not about this bunch of teens. This is probably their first crash. They probably bought ARK funds at ATH, made them their entire portfolio and when market tanked they didn’t have stomach to keep their shit together and took a loss. Same old story every time market tanked. I am actually very satisfied with the moment. I missed the ARK hype in 2020 and was waiting for a moment to get in. Started DCA ARKK, ARKG, ARKQ, ARKF and ARKW in January. All of them combined are about 4% of my portfolio. I can even triple down on them very soon. I am just waiting them to reach a point I want them to reach. I hope these idiots keep selling CW stocks so that I can get them cheaper and quicker.

That’s just a stupid statement. I bought ARKK and ARKG and made a hefty profit on both, but still probably 20% from the top. Ironically I sold out of those because I was making more with my own picks. Nice to see that I still am.

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Bought some ARKG today...

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Hi, there. Don't sell. Some of those companies have become severely undervalued. In general, growth stocks that crash extremely hard also rocket up extremely fast, once they get going. The biggest mistake that investors make is to sell at the bottom, when pessimism is highest. That's when you should be buying. It's when everyone is manically buying that you should be selling. Study the business cycle. There are certain things that you should, and shouldn't, do in each phase of it. Unfortunately, you bought at the wrong time and at the top, when the companies that Cathie's funds bought were priced way too high. (Imagine paying $6,000.00 for a № 2 pencil, for every single one of those companies! That's what many people inadvertently wound up doing.) You have a long lifetime ahead, so don't worry. Right now, QQQ, IWM, and IWO are in bear markets. SPY is about 7.5% away from being in a bear market. Sometime this year, I expect the market to bottom out. It would be a great time to start dollar cost averaging into the best growth stocks, or you can buy ARKK and ARKG, if you're comfortable with paying an annual fee to Cathie. When you buy her ETF's, she (her algorithms) buys and sells for you. If you're interested in truly learning how to invest effectively, you need to study macroeconomics (particularly how the banking system works, and how to interpret various economic measures), financial accounting (to understand financial statements and interpret them), finance (to understand the time value of money and how to construct DCF models to figure out how much companies are worth), portfolio theory, strategic analysis, risk management, statistics, and (least importantly) some aspects of technical analysis. You also need to build a foundation of understanding the capital markets. It's not just the stock market. Don't forget about the bond market. You'll also want to learn about the options market and futures. Once you understand how all of the different pieces fit together, you'll be better off than 99.9% of retail investors. Given an unprecedented set of conditions created by the Fed over a long period of time, the macroeconomy is in a mess. Everyone is scared. People who panic-sell delete their own money without realizing that they could have kept it, in most cases, by waiting. Many people think that if the stock market remains at its current level, SPY will barely keep up with inflation over the next ten years, let alone enable anyone to get ahead. Given all of this, you have two choices: you can keep investing money in an index fund, such as QQQ, over the coming four decades, and go and live your life, or you can learn to pick stocks. Most people, when they realize just how much work that involves, decide that it's too hard or not worth the effort, and either wind up gambling money away, or give up and invest in SPY or QQQ. Other people invest in real estate or art. If investing is interesting to you, as a process rather than just a means to building wealth, then it makes sense to spend the next five years diligently studying the subjects I mentioned to learn what to do. It's important to recognize that it really does take that long. I have an MBA, and there's still a lot that I don't know. If you're interested in learning, I'm part of a learning community that teaches these things for free. But they're not free in the sense that you have to put in hundreds of hours of time into the different subjects to develop an understanding of them. The results can be life-changing on the other side, so if this is something that you're truly passionate about, it's worth the effort. If your personality leans elsewhere, don't try to force yourself. Learning to do this really isn't for most people, and when they find out just how hard it is and how much work it involves, they wind up frustrated and throw in the towel. If you have the right personality to learn and invest a lot of your money from a job now, by the time that you're fifty, you'll have multiple millions of dollars and will never have to work again, if that's your goal. It's important not to stress out about ARKK or anything else related to money. Doing so winds up making you miserable and doesn't fix anything. It's hard to lose money in the stock market if you learn what to do, but it's easy to lose a lot of time if you make serious mistakes. Over the broad stretch of time, there is a high probability that you'll do very well. Go slowly, never all-in. The financial system has different seasons and a certain rhythm. Right now, it's sledding into winter (and some would say an ice age). Don't let this scare you, and don't let the financial press scare you; that's how they make money. As you get a few decades older, you'll see how all of this works and changes over time. Take a relaxed approach. It shouldn't be stressful, but rational, process-driven, quantitative, and boring. If you're interested in joining us, feel free to private message me and I can send you a link. I can't post it here or a bot would delete my message. Good luck, and make strong bets. Artem

Bought PLTR at $30? *check* Bought ARKK at $130? *check* Bought ARKG at $104? *check* Save me

I really like ARKG. The rest of the ARK funds hold pretty meh companies.

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Imagine holding ARKG when XBI is in dumpster. They really wont stop till Cathie is illiquid

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> AM’s usually charge fees as a % of AUM (assets under management) while hedge funds charge like 1% of AUM plus 20% of annual earnings. Idky I'm so excited after you explained this lol. Must be the additional possibilities available for me. Why don't Hedge Funds just switch strictly to %AUM fees? Seems more sustainable. Or is it one of those legal/lawful rules that they don't have a choice but to abide? >**The way the fees are structured causes hedge funds** to take more risks to try to maximize earnings (hence why they must hedge). **They’ll take additional risk by using leverage, shorting, trading options, CDOs, swaps, etc. If it exists they’ll trade it**. As a result, successful hedge funds make obscene amounts of money in short periods of time. And unsuccessful ones turn into Melvin. Reading and replying bit by bit. You answered questions before I could ask! Even answered my previous question. However a few things caught my eye here so I'll embolden them and ask in bullet points. * Can AM's structure their fees the SAME way? This is a parallel question to my previous one regarding whether legal definitions and structures are applied here, that intentionally separate what these entities are. * Can't AM's just do the same and invest openly and freely? I'll keep the same emboldened quote/bullet point question structure here. This is some appreciated info you're giving me. >**Non-hedge fund AM firms** don’t need to take extra risk to make money, so they usually just take long positions in certain securities **and/or package securities as mutual funds or ETFs to sell to investors.** (Or they can take your money and invest in other things like real estate) * So AM firms can also double as Hedge Funds? If that's the case why not simply call them Hedge Funds. Or was that quote meant to say that there is distinct difference between AM firms & Hedge Funds? * THAT'S the source of my initial confusion regarding Cathie Woods. Ark is trade-able under various tickers, via my brokerage (TDA). It initially caused me to search for as much info about this whole asset under management topic months ago. Because I simply couldn't understand what exactly her company was as I've never heard of Hedge Funds being trade-able. Is this ability legally something that only AM Firms are allowed to do? Thus hedge funds cannot? >Ark manages ETFs that trade under the symbols ARKK (main offering), ARKW, ARKG, etc. and all of their “AUM” comes from people owning their ETFs, which in turn own collections of tech stocks (you can look up which ETF owns what). The expense ratio on all Ark funds is 0.75% so they make that regardless of how the ETF performs. Amazing. So AM Firms essentially have 2 to 3 ways to generate income for managers. 1. Through direct investing (similar to private equity or Hedge Funds) 2. Through their ETFs/Mutual Funds I'm assuming they can always do BOTH. I was wondering why her net worth was only in the 100s of millions despite her running an AUM entity with 10s of billions. Now I see why. Her expenses are only 0.75%. I'm guessing that's annual. >There are also differences between the ways hedge funds and **normal AM firms** are regulated as well but that’s something I’d have to read more on to know what I’m talking about. * There it goes again. So there really are AM firm/Hedge Fund hybrids out there??? Anyways man I appreciate that breakdown.

Ark Invest is an asset management (AM) firm, which is similar to a hedge fund but different in some key ways. AM’s usually charge fees as a % of AUM (assets under management) while hedge funds charge like 1% of AUM plus 20% of annual earnings. The way the fees are structured causes hedge funds to take more risks to try to maximize earnings (hence why they must hedge). They’ll take additional risk by using leverage, shorting, trading options, CDOs, swaps, etc. If it exists they’ll trade it. As a result, successful hedge funds make obscene amounts of money in short periods of time. And unsuccessful ones turn into Melvin. Non-hedge fund AM firms don’t need to take extra risk to make money, so they usually just take long positions in certain securities and/or package securities as mutual funds or ETFs to sell to investors. (Or they can take your money and invest in other things like real estate) Ark manages ETFs that trade under the symbols ARKK (main offering), ARKW, ARKG, etc. and all of their “AUM” comes from people owning their ETFs, which in turn own collections of tech stocks (you can look up which ETF owns what). The expense ratio on all Ark funds is 0.75% so they make that regardless of how the ETF performs. There are differences between the ways hedge funds and normal AM firms are regulated as well but that’s something I’d have to read more on to know what I’m talking about.

ARK Investment Management LLC itself is a company. It is an umbrella firm that mainly manages several '40 Act funds. The investment act of 1940 provides the regulations required to offer an investment fund to the US public - mutual funds and ETFs are such funds. Hedge funds and private equity are not; they are private funds only available to accredited investors. Investment banks and holding companies are not considered investment funds though I'm sure other aspects of the '40 act relate to them. Index funds are investment funds that seek to track an index, while actively managed funds choose their holdings at the discretion of the manager. It describes their strategy and they can be structured as ETFs, mutual funds, or other types of funds. ARK manages several ETFs. ARKK, ARKW, ARKQ, ARKG, ARKF, and ARKX are actively managed, while PRNT, IZRL, CTRU are index based. For example PRNT tracks the [Solactive Total 3D-Printing Index](https://www.solactive.com/?s=3dprnt&index=DE000SLA1A36). Note that while they track an index, the indices are so specific and curated that it could be seen as occupying a grey area between active and passive management.

I’ve been mostly cash gang all year. Anyone else buying big last week and this week? Officially deployed 50% of my buying power yesterday and today. I’ve been loading deSPAC LEAPS previously, but picked up SPYG, BLK, ARKG, UPRO, TMF for my long-term portfolio. I also bought a May 20 ITM QQQ put, as a hedge. We could see more downside, but this buying is ferocious and JPOW was relatively dovish considering the narrative surrounding the meeting.

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11 more days like today and I'm at break even. with $ARKG we might get more pain wednessday or a rally -- fed meeting right -- at some points bargain hunters should give us a good bear market rally. My understanding is even in a bull market it goes against us 40% of the time. What percent of the time does it go up in a bear market?? thought I was a perma bull until the last 5 ? 6 months blood bath. still belie stocks will be up 3 years from now but ay be down in a month to a year from now. Do think we are in bear mode so I'm part of the problem will be selling on pops.

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I hate to say “I told you so,” but I told you so. I can’t count all the times I was belittled for not buying ARKK or ARKG on stock subs back in 2020 and early 2021. I was treated as an idiot and that it was a no brainer because innovation, TSLA, and Cathie. I met all this hate with logic, pointing out the unprofitable companies, pointing out Ark’s high turnover, reversion to the mean, high expense ratio, and most importantly the fact people can’t even understand what ARKG and genenomics are and why they should be investing in it. They just spouted Ark’s talking points rather than coming to their own conclusions. Now I rarely see people suggest putting 30%+ into ARK funds. Thankfully. And I’m still glad I never bought in.

I’m still holding ARKG/W :(

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Looking for some advice: I stupidly got involved w/ using margin during 2020. I bought some ARKK, ARKG, ARKF, and more single stocks at some of the highest points of the market. I sold the ARK funds at a massive loss this past week due to margin calls. I do not do any options trading, just buying/holding single stocks and index funds. Account: Total investing value: $14,938.11 Brokerage holdings: $51.945.63 If I try to downgrade from Robinhood gold and not use margin it says "you cannot downgrade while you're using margin or have more than $36,987.78 of pending deposits. Deposit funds and wait for them to clear or sell stocks to downgrade". Not sure what to do at this point so I'm looking for advice. I'd like to stop using margin as I have learned my lesson. I don't know anything about tax loss harvesting but I plan on educating myself.

What types of funds could I buy for tax loss harvesting purposes if I have sold a lot of ARKK, ARKG, ARKF?

Why is Teledoc a fintech stock? > The remote healthcare company also has a 7.4% weighting in the ARK Genomic Revolution ETF (ARKG), a 5.6% weighting in the ARK Next Generation Internet ETF (ARKW), and 4.3% in the ARK Fintech Innovation ETF (ARKF).

50%? ARKG was as high as $115 last year and now it's trading at 35. I should know, I bought some of those at 115

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ARKG still getting rekt

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Since this is a moon-shot type of pick, I'd go with ARKG, but I think they're still more pains to come yet.

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Legit the biggest reason I pulled out of ARKG when I did (a small loss, thankfully). I appreciate and understand the rationale behind companies and tech being put into their own ETFs (I take a similar approach in my own portfolio with M1 Finance), but a large amount of TDOC being in an ETF that's centered around genomics was a huge red flag.

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The largest holding in ARKG was TDOC

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I own ARKK, ARKF, and ARKG. I am not a fan. I am a bagholder. :-\]

> EXAS Biotech sector has been pretty brutal. Almost all of it is down big. Only reason I have a position in ARKG/IBB because there are so many companies that don't have full grasp what they do, but believe the field has potential.

Wait til Roku reports AH. It’s weighted 4th on ARKK. TDOC weighted 3rd in ARRK and 2nd in ARKG lol.

![gif](emote|free_emotes_pack|downvote)Over the last year, Cathie Wood of ARK Investment Management arguably became the face of growth investing. And while following its goal to "invest solely in disruptive innovations," Teladoc Health (TDOC -3.08%) became one of the largest holdings across several of Wood's ETFs, including the ARK Innovation ETF (ARKK -2.21%), ARK Next Generation Internet ETF (ARKW -2.42%), and ARK Genomics Revolution ETF (ARKG -0.65%).

Fucking hell. ARKG is like 99% TDOC. Calls on $ROPE tomorrow.

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I just don’t get her thesis on alot of her picks. I did hold ARKK and ARKG, sold at 140ish and 90 respectively. How is TDOC or ROKU worthy of being in her top 3 innovative companies? She also constantly trades her winners(TSLA,is there more?)to catch falling knives. I think you could wait for a bit of a relief rally and look for an exit or just sell now and take the lesson but ATHs arnt coming any time soon imo.

Idk about ARKK but my ARKG is taking a massive hit. I'm just trying to decide which of my investments i want to average down.

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Cathie's average prices on TDOC: $171.48 - ARKF $172.05 - ARKG $163.91 - ARKK $148.47 - ARKW She owns around 11% of TDOC or 17-18 million shares. Currently at $35 down $20 after hours, after another disastrous earnings report.

Share count from ARKK, ARKW, ARKG and ARKF totals 17,784,160 shares as of 4/27. After hours drop as of 5:14pm EST is $19.54. Loss of 347mm across all 4 funds! Yikes.

same bruh i own ARKG too smfh

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I thought ARKG was a great idea because I believe genomics and other biotech will play a big role in the future. Didn't put my money in. Whenever reddit is super hype about a stock or investment I tend to keep away. The only thing recently reddit has gotten right is I Bonds this past month or so, but since that doesn't suit my needs I'm not in them.

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Don’t hate, but ARKG is actually going to be dope

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I’m heavily invested in ARKG, but at this point I may as well remain optimistic for the long-term.

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I always full for nerdy mature women and it costs me. Cathie wood costs me 65% in ARKG and ARK, why you hurt me like that Cathie? TSLA Target 4600? HOOD core holding? Teladoc in ARKF? You broke my heart.

The only real legitimate beef that you have here is Tesla (at least IMO because some may think Apple needs to rerate to back to a 10-15 P/E) and at this point, that’s not getting shot to a worse point than normal for it (which is like 20-40%) without a major stock market crash occurring that hurts options market players so badly that they stop messing around with options on Tesla. To be honest, that'd very likely be cleansing if it did occur. Because the way Tesla trades can really annoy me even though I own no shares of it, and there's apparently a pattern on ARKK that suggests that it does get "really" shot, so maybe it will get shot soon. One of the names that you mentioned is BELOW its IPO price and the other name is actually 80%+ below its ATH. ARKK is below its pre-pandemic ATH. Yes, the broad Nasdaq is still a LOT higher than it, but I don’t think that your post was really a “got you!” here. And in case you’re wondering, the ONLY expensive name that I’ve been burned in is Salesforce (it isn’t the only name that I’ve been burned in though, but the others are cheaper…lol). I got in at $217 in one of my accounts, road it to above $300, and didn’t take profits as I don’t really trade (although I’m trying to sell options a bit), now down a lot. Had I done something like buy ARKF or ARKG when I was interested in the summer of 2020, there’s a decent chance that I’d be down (although I did change my mind about Cathie so maybe not).

dont buy ARKG its a FRAUD

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i bet cathie wood uses investor money from ARKG to pay for her luxuries

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ARKG is a fraud fund

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i bet cathie wood got a big shit stain in her white undies. just give me my money back from ARKG you dum bitch

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im taking cathie wood to court. that bitch made me lose thousands on her fraud ARKG fund!

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ARKG and BB, lol…

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ARKG. At a certain point, given where the S&P and Nasdaq are it seemed much more likely to get an upside return investing in either of those indexes rather than hoping for the swing back in ARKG. Especially given any swing back in ARKG would be driven more by market trends / sentiment like those indexes rather than anything unique to that industry.

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Genomics is the play, sector is going to start running in the next few months. Sector is completely beaten down, FDA approval are coming, and any breakthrough will have money rotating into all genomic companies. CRSP, BEAM, EXAS, ARKG.

Honestly does anyone own Invitae (NVTA)? Momma Woods has a bunch of this in ARKK and ARKG. She’s bought so much of it her average cost is just over $12 and this dog is in a tailspin at $5.87.

I bought ARKK and ARKG leaps

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buy ARKG instead

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ARK made a shit ton of money doing what everybody else did in 20-21. Buying random stocks that ran red hot for 18 months. You could've done the same thing yourself picking stocks based on which square the chicken shits in. Then they lost a ton of money doing the same thing everybody else did. Not acknowledging the ride is over and hanging on for way too long. I've only got ARKG right now. Out of all of them that's one I think might take off soon. If I wanted Tesla again I'd just buy it outright.

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Bought PLTR at $30? *check* Bought ARKK at $130? *check* Bought ARKG at $104? *check* Save me

I bought ARKG back when it was 114 last year. Still losing sleep.

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I remember in 2021 or maybe even 2020 she did an interview about ARKG. She said the compound annual would be like 20%. So she goes from 20% to 50% like wut

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Puts on ARKG?

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if I were this dude I would put all my billions into ARKG kind of stocks. I mean, there might be like a 1% chance one of those companies will solve the key to eternal life.

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Avoid ARKG. I just went long June’s

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They were BB and ARKG. I think they will both rebound eventually… but the opportunity cost is what was really getting to me.

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Probably true for ARKK, but I think she's not far off the mark with things like ARKG.

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I dumped ARKK in the 100s for a profit. And ARKG for a small profit. Literally the one thing I timed right

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CRISPER companies are interesting, which one do you like best? Wondering if a basket of these is best… not ARKG!

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There will be a few Genomics stocks that are 100 baggers, the problem is that 95% of them will not work out. The space is forming a bottom so it's best to just invest in some ETF's like IDNA, GNOM, or ARKG if you still believe in Cathie. Individual stocks I like overall are CRSP, EXAS, and BEAM. MMAT has some low-key great tech and a 450M valuation.

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This. If you want to capitalize on boomers, just scale into ARKG, or similar. They won’t want to die more than they’ll want to play golf.

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