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I don’t care if hedgies see this and push the price down I want you to so I can quadruple down again. I’m only going to post tickers I want driven down. $BA is maybe going to test $162 as they should, the freaking bastards. They’re way overvalued.
BA - Early Loss on Launch Delay = Big Boy Buying opportunity? Whether this Russian a-hole knowingly or unknowingly pi$*ed in our Cheerios this morning will never be known… Dbld Down on 250$ 8/20 Highest risk/ reward. 10/15 calls up from ITM to 270$ have some serious upside for the risk adverse apes.
I’m still struggling to understand. Stocks have been obliterated in the past few months with only blue chip keeping the market up. Even traditional solid stocks have struggled. 3M down 20% in 6 months. BA down 30%. V down 20%. The list goes on and on. The blue chips that were holding the market together have all dropped 10% in a few weeks time. I viewed, and many like me who got burned, that this was all priced into the market. What I heard was- we arnt doing much now but come March be ready. No new news. Nothing nobody didn’t already know. No huge revelations. Awesome! Wait for support and do calls on this overreaction- tomorrow will be green. Big bounce off SPY 200MA. Great now heavy in tech sector on those blue chips that have been beat down with ITM calls that I will make an easy 20+% off of by lunch tomorrow. What did I miss? I am still struggling to understand. Ending of easement and interest hike in March- that’s not new.
If we dip hard over next 4-8 weeks into first first hike.....what are you looking to add to your long term port/leaps? For me port...MSFT, AMD, AAPL, COST, BA, GOOG....leaps on F, TTD, DIS, BF.B. Gamble on FUBO at $8, PLTR at $7
Did somebody say SUPER MEGA OMICRON? Scientists monitoring new omicron subvariant BA.2 BA.2 numbers around the world with at least 40 countries reporting cases to a global variant tracking database, but the subvariant has spread rapidly in Denmark and the UK, with almost half of recent cases in Denmark attributed to BA.2. The subvariant has already been detected in several U.S. states, with Washington State confirming two cases Monday.
After weeks of analysts telling us to buy telecoms as part of the rotation out of high/overvalued tech, T and VZ announce earnings and dump 7% and 3% respectively on a +1.5% day for markets. They're still positive over the past couple of weeks, but anyone that thought telecoms would be able to carry markets is probably wrong. They haven't done that for years. Same for manufacturing: see BA, GE, MMM, RTX all of which are down today.
>BOEING EXEC - FURTHER LOCKDOWNS HAVE STAGNATED RECOVERY IN CHINA, WHERE WE HAVE SEEN AIR TRAFFIC DECREASE CONSIDERABLY- CONF CALL $BA ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-01-26 ^10:47:19 ^EST-0500
my account has funds and in good standing but I don't want to triple down on BA. In their words they set up a minimum requirement for 100 shares (a voluntary corporate action event). My 2 choices are sell (average for the prior week before selling) or up my holdings to 100 shares minimum neither seems a smart choice at this time!
Yeah I’m aware. But again, if earnings is *as bad* as people are saying this price action definitely isn’t indicative regardless of what pump the Dow might be bringing. I’m not shorting it, mostly saying that perhaps there’s more to the earnings than just missed EPS that’s keeping BA afloat right now.
The market's rallying today because of the guidance issued by the big boys that had earnings. MSFT, BA, and others issued strong guidance, and MSFT beat earnings estimates by a huge margin. When a multiple-trillion-dollar company jumps, the market jumps.
A few things: 1. Writing Put options means you are willing to take possession of the stock. It doesn't mean you HAVE to, but the mindset should, at the very least, be there. So ask yourself, do you mind purchasing 1000 shares of BA at 150 each on 18Mar? If you say no, then it's not a "confident position" to take. 2. After you have decided on the position, you should not "close for a loss" because that goes against the entire mindset you have from #1. If stock falls, there are some decisions you can choose from.... * you can roll out and down your position for a credit and keep doing this as long as it takes * you can let it expire and take possession of the stock, then write Calls against it 3. If you have 400 shares, then why are you only selling 2 Calls? Stocks are not your friends, they are a business venture and they should be returning you money. If you are afraid to lose the shares, then you have no business in option trading, and there's nothing wrong with the buy-and-hold method of Buffett.....but when you do options, they are the captain now, they are your income generators, not the stocks. If you are about to be assigned, then you can always roll them up and out. If you don't want to sell below your cost basis, then sell spreads to protect, but you better be making some sort of money. And that money goes into buying more stocks, so you can sell more options. Welcome to the game
Yes, very downhill but this is Boeing. The airplane facility is almost a facade. Secret ship yards in NW and the south, manufacturing all over the world in Asia and Italy and who knows what they work on for DOD and NASA. My wife’s whole family worked for BA and we’re stationed all over the world. It’s a no-fail business as far as the Gov is concerned I feel. I can’t believe I didn’t buy more at $99. Best of luck!
WHAT DONT YOU BEARS UNDERSTAND?! I’m seeing a lot of comments about BA earnings miss or the fact that MSFTs Azure growth has stalled and gone from 51>50>46 The last three quarter reports. WE LITERALLY HAVE THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ENTIRETY OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE ON IUR SIDES, YOU HAVE MEETKEVIN! WE WIN EVERY TIME
I've been trading Spirit Aerosystems (SPR) for a while, they're a major component manufacturer for BA and the price tends to follow BA's trends. SPR was one of my better buys in early 2020 (bought in the low 20's), I'd love to get some more in the mid-30's.
Anything is possible, but based anecdotally on BA/MSFT’s earnings, it is safe to say that tech is on sale and is performing better in this environment than value is. Rotation back into strong, profitable tech (at a discount) from value makes sense.