See More StocksHome

CS

Credit Suisse Group AG

Show Trading View Graph

Price

$6.75

$-0.03 (-0.44%) Today

Mentions (24Hr)

7

40.00% Today

Volume

$14M

Avg Volume

$17M

Market Cap

$16B

52 Week High

$11.19

52 Week Low

$6.07

Day High

$6.8624

Day Low

$6.625

Previous Close

$6.75

7 Days Mentions

36

Reddit Posts

Scratching the surface of Credit Suisse

r/pennystocksSee Post

Sekur Private Data, Ltd.'s (fka -GlobeX Data, Ltd.) (OTCQX: $SWISF ) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) interview with Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO.

After selling a CC and it not being assigned, for the next weeks CC do you than lower the strike of said CC reflecting the previous weeks premiums? Roughly 50% of tge previous weeks premiums reflecting the share price. Wheel strategy related question

Where to find Equity Research Papers?

Bank Equity Research Reports

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Update from Merrill Lynch - my concerns on less votes than what I own - lesson learned! Computer Share it is.

r/stocksSee Post

Cheap picks for options plays?

r/investingSee Post

Comparable Merrill Lynch mutual funds similar to the VTSAX, VTIAX, & VTWAX without transaction fees?

r/investingSee Post

What exactly makes these grand hedge fund mangers so much better?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

How do we know CS would have the liquidity to be able to pay out.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Information About Sales of Big Blocks of Stock Routinely Leaks to Select Investors Ahead of Time, per WSJ

r/optionsSee Post

Managing Deep ITM Short Puts in an IRA

r/investingSee Post

Need help with brokerage reports

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

How To DRS your Retirement shares!!! The God Mode Cheat Code: Using an LLC

r/investingSee Post

Question from an engineering major, how fucked am I?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

WEAT seems ready to spike, bois.

r/optionsSee Post

Rolling In the Money Short Puts Explained

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Fiat currency out of thin air...

r/optionsSee Post

Ending CS long position early

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Ding Dong SAVA Citizens Petition is dead. And some shorts are headed for a bankrupting margin call.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Peasant loss porn. Buy high, sell no. Am I doing this right? CS inbound for remaining 11 tickets! Loop/imx for fuel, let's go!!

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Why $OPRA has the chance to be the $AAPL of Web3

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Coinbase CS Help is a Scam

r/stocksSee Post

SEC activity for $T (At&t) yesterday

r/optionsSee Post

ITM Short Put Management

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

AMC & GME removal buy button could be innovative by Etoro to avoid lawsuits

r/pennystocksSee Post

CCO, Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings looks promising this year

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

A follow up on the concerning HB/7+ Walmart ratios.

r/stocksSee Post

Brokerages for automated weekly buys into ETFs? (Not M1)

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

German Ape needs advice [eToro] [Computershare]

r/stocksSee Post

Any possibility for a 2022 rally for US equity

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Ape logic, btw CS crashes and runs like shit now

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CS for the win.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Finally used my GME gains. Bought a 2018 M3 CS. Thanks WSB :)

r/optionsSee Post

Credit Suisse (CS) puts?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Quant and Algorithmic trading study group

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Senior CS:GO world champion DieHardBirdie takes on the role of League Ambassador for Original Gamer Life

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

I WILL BUY ALL THE PUTS YOU CAN LEGALLY AND ILLEGALLY SELL TO ME

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Wallstreet/hedge fund quant workflow questions

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

I played CS:GO and met on of us

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Gamestop has given a clear path to ∞$ in their earnings call. They literally shoved it in our faces

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Gamestop has given a clear path to MOASS in their earnings call. They literally shoved it in our faces.

r/stocksSee Post

Credit Suisse sees S&P 500 reaching 5200 in 2022, citing economic growth

r/stocksSee Post

SFIX - Stitch Fix Thoughts after the new earnings

r/SPACsSee Post

AHPAW/AHPA warrants are mispriced and deserve more attention

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

BMTX turned profitable last quarter beating est. EPS by 1750% 147M market cap 11.7% SI

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

$MBIO - short DD

r/optionsSee Post

Ford "F" Calls and the holidays

r/investingSee Post

Thoughts on Northwest Natural? NWN?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

The Forgotton Meme: Microvision

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Help for UK/EURO apes who want to DRS shares.

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

Have not the karma for superstonk or GME, here is my CS account with 2,400 shares at IBKR. New ape and sort of new to Reddit

r/pennystocksSee Post

Getting To Know $HMBL, again

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Canadians - How can i DRS my amc/gme shares that are currently held in my TD TFSA?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

All aboard. Next stop CS..

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

(LAW) and order… in Kiwi we trust

r/optionsSee Post

GME Cost Basis $670

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

GME Cost Basis $670

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

XXXX Over To CS. I Like The Stock!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Help! DEGIRO told me I cannot send shares to CS. Has anyone done it?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Help! DEGIRO told me I cannot transfer my shares to CS. Has anyone done it?

r/pennystocksSee Post

[MINING THREAD] What are some of the best precious/industrial metal pennystock buys rn? Set me straight fellas

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

My experience with DRS of shares through ETRADE

r/StockMarketSee Post

Need advice: Starting from zero?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

You can't YOLO on a common stock position. Quality posts over quantity. Asking mods to start a poll to determine future of WSBs.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Investing in Computershare CMSQF?

r/StockMarketSee Post

Bearish warning signs in big bank charts

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

WFC, the boomer stock you need in your life b4 earnings

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Is OkLetsPlay the next Skillz? Token launch imminent!

r/WallstreetbetsnewSee Post

Transferring from TD Ameritrade to Computershare and getting the run around?

r/WallstreetbetsnewSee Post

Buying CMSQY (Computershare) stock

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

This Post Needs to Be Made | Proof That Charlie's Vids Is a Shill

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Fact & Fiction DRS Overview. DRS is THE way! Thank you fellow apes!

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Computershare AMC and Citadel

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

❗️🧠 Stonkey Kong Country: DTCC Liquidity FREEZE 🥶 (CS, Criand, $CMKM, Schwab, and MORE!) 💎🦍🚀

r/WallstreetbetsnewSee Post

❗️🧠 Stonkey Kong Country: DTCC Liquidity FREEZE 🥶 (CS, Criand, $CMKM, Schwab, and MORE!) 💎🦍🚀

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Another CS question

r/StockMarketSee Post

Evergrande will affect US investors

r/pennystocksSee Post

$ATER will squeeze more higher than $AMC?

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

CS has To find a share?

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Is this CS registration topic valid for all apes?

r/pennystocksSee Post

$BTDG Record results Incoming, MMA Play

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

After 76 million shares are directly registered … boom GME + CS = ♾ pool

r/StockMarketSee Post

The Man Who Lost $20 Billion: Bill Hwang from Archegos?

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

CS and selling

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

My contribution to BUY & HODL in Computershare - Suk it SHF!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$IRNT- The DD to know going into next week. Technicals Included.

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Registering Your Shares With Computershare Will Force the MOASS

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

To register or to not to register

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

Dr. Trimbath aka Queen Kong will be answering questions tonight! I DM’d her a few about DRS and CS and she’s going to do a Tweet Space thing at 7pm est.!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Put a $GME order (second) thru CS. First order created the account and was filled. second order placed yesterday still has not been filled. anyone else have this problem?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Palantir requires 10 plus years of experience for candidates applying to join its sales team. This company really only hires the best of the best.

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

This is what I know about ComputerShare and AMC so far.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Fidelity Watching GME Shares go to CS

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Everyone un-noting their stocks today using CS

r/WallstreetbetsnewSee Post

The Invisible Short

r/WallStreetbetsELITESee Post

The Invisible Short

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

I'm a freshman at Harvard and I decided to make a shitpost for my first class assignment

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

My high school CS teacher is took a pic with roaring kitty a few days ago and I’m jelly…

Mentions

Back in the day I was cal-I, CS 1.6 and source. 1,500 hours is nothing, gotta pump those up

Mentions:#CS

I realized i have 1500 hours on CS GO...damn i dont know if thats sad or an achievement ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)

Mentions:#CS

My Stock Market of Things platform offers CS:GO skin derivatives

Mentions:#CS

Awesome! Thanks for the link. That'll be really helpful. I was full GME ape back in the day but just went full "set it and forget it" once price dropped. Just don't wanna regret anything. Maybe I'll 50/50 split Fidelity and DRS/CS. This is all assuming there a squeeze even happens. Billionaires are above the law so.

Mentions:#GME#CS

I worked for Netflix CS and by far the streaming device with the most issues was Roku. What a fucking dumbass.

Mentions:#CS

If you want a cheap gamble, CS calls for Jan 19 2024 are filling for $15 a contract.

Mentions:#CS

As far as i know CS uses a broker to fulfill orders so it shouldnt be a problem(if their usual one goes bankrupt they will just use another). The only problem is if you believe in the millions per share price floor theres is a limit of 215k per share on limit orders on CS. Most people DRS shares they will never sell to put them in the so called "infinity pool" to reduce liquidity of the stock and keep a few on the most trustworthy broker available to them to sell. If you are interested in DRS apes created this website of crowdsourced information https://www.drsgme.org/direct-register-shares

Mentions:#CS

So is there any risk of not being able to sell through CS if MOASS happened?

Mentions:#CS

I’m assuming this is a CS role because of your username? Most kids get through undergrad CS through cheating, it’s so common it’s ridiculous especially in larger schools.

Mentions:#CS

I read CSCO as CS GO everytime ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8883)

Mentions:#CSCO#CS

I was Waiting for the flash bang from CS go sound affect

Mentions:#CS

Consumer spending was up 3.7% in Q1. Inflation numbers are annualized and not 8% for each month. Unless CS is annualized too?

Mentions:#CS

I can only speak anecdotally, but last year my firm had customers (we're b2b so these are retailers) way over-ordering because of supply chain issues causing shortages. They figured out that our CS team was cutting orders back across the board and so they would inflate their orders anticipating cuts. One of our major retailers typically has 30-45 days of inventory on hand. Right now, they're carrying closer to 90 days of inventory. Our inventories have never been lower as a manufacturer, but with price increases, and supply chain uncertainty, we're definitely seeing some of the bigger players who have the warehousing available and the cash position to support it stocking up majorly on inventory to reduce risk of stock-outs. Covid is now starting to wind down (at least it's impact to our business) and spring/summer buying trends are normalizing as folks can spend disposable income on travel and events again which has slowed down ROS at retail. This ends up with the retailer carrying a glut of inventory, and the manufacturer seeing relatively low demand (relative compared to last year, demand is still fairly high overall).

Mentions:#CS

How are they hard to sell? I can go in CS and click sell just as easily as Fidelity or TDA.

Mentions:#CS

People are asking for forgiveness bc college is a scam and the cost doesn’t equal the value. Particular for-profit schools. I’m sorry, but your anecdotal evidence doesn’t really mean anything. All of my friends/coworkers had student loans and are comfortable paying them back. I’d like to again say that I think at a minimum, student loans applied to for-profit universities should be forgiven and interest should be reduced to 0% on federal loans. It’s too easy and too costly for kids to get loans that leave them with little to show. But at large, people with 200k in debt become doctors and lawyers. People with 50-75k in debt may have a bs communications degree, but they also may have gotten a CS degree and be a Software Engineer now.

Mentions:#CS

"Yale is the epicenter of the woke mind virus attempting to destroy civilization." - Muskrat Lmao how much koolaid has this man drank? I go to an Ivy. Like 5-10% of the people at Ivys are "woke". They just happen to be really loud. 90% of them just want a CS/engineering/finance degree so they can make money and fuck off.

Mentions:#CS

I’m sure some of them are actually bad at CS they just know a few things and are really arrogant about it

Mentions:#CS

You have no idea what you are talking about. CS reps are absolutely trained in the markets and must pass SIE, Series 7 & 63. Advisors are not the only one with those licenses. Not even close. As the other poster mentioned, you train MF, Equities, Options and Margins all in the CS role. You can’t process trades for clients without fed and state licenses and any CS associate can service those calls as long as they are not so new they haven’t done the training yet, which they eventually will. Moreover, OP definitely sounds like a broker since this is exactly how firms instruct you. Anyone who has taken the series 63 knows Broker dealers and investment advisors and their respective associates are distinct and both require licenses.

Mentions:#CS

You have no idea what you are talking about. CS reps are absolutely trained in the markets and must pass SIE, Series 7 & 63. Advisors are not the only one with those licenses. Not even close. As the other poster mentioned, you train MF, Equities, Options and Margins all in the CS role. You can’t process trades for clients without fed and state licenses and any CS associate can service those calls as long as they are not so new they haven’t done the training yet, which they eventually will. Moreover, OP definitely sounds like a broker since this is exactly how firms instruct you. Anyone who has taken the series 63 knows Broker dealers and investment advisors and their respective associates are distinct and both require licenses.

Mentions:#CS

You don’t need a CS degree to be a developer. Math will work just fine. Just learn to code and have a good LinkedIn and public GitHub. FYI I have a degree in architecture and work as a Dev

Mentions:#CS

Unimaginable. I made $28k last year at 29yo. I'm so fucking mad at myself that I got a math degree and not CS. I'm happy I don't own a gun 🤷

Mentions:#CS

Funny... I've been waiting for a CS purchase on amc and gme sinc Thursday and it still has cleared..

Mentions:#CS

well thats a contingency that is job specific. Lots of the big companies have programs where you start off in CS until you get certified then you feed into an advisor/analyst role. However a basic Client services rep will just be that… a client services rep in a call center. Nothing wrong with that either its a paycheck

Mentions:#CS

I think in a lot of the CS if you can't pass the exams, you need to go to another position like 401k WI that isn't the same requirements..... In CS if you don't get licenced eventually you lose the job.

Mentions:#CS

yeah CS is a good way to get your foot in the door and get sponsored for licensing. However many dont pan out and just stay in CS forever… i know a few of those lol

Mentions:#CS

Yeah a lot of CS is new hires halfway thru licensing, like having the 7 and not the 63 yet for state law examination to see non exempt in 50 states- a lot go on to mutual fund trading from there then onto equity trading

Mentions:#CS

How many times has Fidelity warned me that GME is a highly volatile stock? Too many times to count. Thanks for the warning, now move my shares to CS!

Mentions:#GME#CS

To play the devil’s advocate I still think this is important. Gotta be able to communicate more concisely in a very very very complicated game. It’s like when you do a callout in CS you don’t say he’s behind the corner under the A bombsite, you say elevator to make it easier for your teammates to understand.

Mentions:#CS

Holy shit that’s great. I have a year left for my CS degree but only know Java and python. My summer plan is to learn web dev stuff but instead I always open up thinkorswim and lose money 😳

Mentions:#CS

> Been here since January 14th So you've been around long enough to see the goalposts move like half a dozen times now and haven't caught on yet (or are lying about your entry like many apes do)? > Let’s see what happens at 100% DSR By my math, ~10M shares were DRSed in 6 months (which includes employee shares via CS, but I'll ignore that). Float is 75M, so that's what, 3.5 years at the current pace? And the pace is already slowing down so good luck getting anywhere near 100% this decade. !RemindMe 5y 100% DRS yet?

Mentions:#CS

Yeah, you are right, I have access to them. I just wonder since the ones I get are easily accessible, if those reports on CS platform are watered down or are just poor products. Trying to see if I could compare to one of the reports, as you say would be under a Reuters or something a like's subscription. Appreciate your response.

Mentions:#CS

I assume CS is Charles Schwab, which means you would have access to CFRA (formerly Standard and Poors) Argus, Vickers insider trade report and if Credit Suisse covers a name they have that - the reports you are looking for is more commonly found in aggregate via a subscription to Reuters or a Bloomberg terminal, or have a friend at the respective firm

Mentions:#CS

Depends on the part of s&t. Cash equities or prime sales or flow swap? Yeah good luck. Some of the more core synthetic roles (custom basket/index arb) are fairly unique because they can take on risk in different ways without breaching volcker that allows you to exercise a wider variety of market views. You also tend to interact directly with the L/S pod PM’s more often as well. Don’t know the shop or specific role but if you’re coming in with CS knowledge to a market making role in hopes of landing a quant role at a fund, get up to speed on kdb+ (would expect you to know C already) and try to position yourself/work with the etf market making desk as much as you can.

Mentions:#CS

I don't know if you're aware of this, but we've been able to do all of that without NFTs for a long time lol Mentioning resale of digital goods as if CS:GO hasn't had a thriving skins marketplace for a decade.

Mentions:#CS

Ofcourse, it's exact specifics is down to each company, but I'd say a good business knows what to do thrive but to also please their customers. Personally, as an indie developer, I'd look what the big companies do and try to do a little bit more of a good deal for my customers, and for me personally, and for the studios I've been a part of, the money we gained was so little, that we basically only wanted recognition and the most minimum of wages. I understand that bigger companies might not like this approach, but I think each company will just have different deals, sort of like we have now. We indie-developers often give away games to people who don't play it but sell it cheaply for a cs-go skin or something, so if I can sell the game and make it possible for someone to be kind to their friend, I sort of check the box for what my goal of making games is (make people happier). Ofcourse, I want to get paid and I will forever look at different ways to monetise as much as I can but still getting more players involved. My game do increase in value when more people play it. It's not the same for CS GO of course, cheaper accounts means more hackers. My game needed more players to make it more enjoyable for those who actually invested some money in the game.

Mentions:#CS

Same. Twice, one was after volmageddon. Went on a rant how CS should get their asses taken to the cleaners in court for giving 24 notice changing the perspectus on SVXY. She wanted me to dox myself, though. So, no-go for the interview, ahha.

Mentions:#CS#SVXY

He's gonna be a CS, Senior, his life will be far better than ours was.

Mentions:#CS

It's a joke that you will understand later. You said you are going to be CS on a sub. Therefore, until you are qualified, you are a dinq nub bitch. Get used to it. That being said, very smart move. As a CS with at least half a brain, you will move up in rank quick. Don't kiss ass in the wardroom but make sure they know your name in a good way and you will get rewarded where it counts.

Mentions:#CS

It feels the same as walking thru a russian suburb no way do i trust the CS system to allow even 1/2 their investors to log in at same time, and im not even talking gme but ALL their investors. Im sure the large brokers will lock out investors during drop later in year who use the website. I mean even f i d e l i t y ‘ s non-website, actual trading platform, active trader pro looks and feels like MS Windows from 90s

Mentions:#CS#MS

FAANG bros and cryptobros can make 2x that easily, while working like 30 hours/week. Hospital jobs are extremely stressful both physically and mentally. Asian parents have realized this. They don't ask their kids "lawyer doctor or engineer?" anymore, it's all IT/CS.

Mentions:#CS

Looking at that [exact study](https://www.irp.wisc.edu/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CS-2018-2020-T3.pdf), they claim a child, on average, cost 9K a year, in 2015, for the median income family. After inflation, that would be about 11K. Now subtract the 2K tax credit, the roughly $750 in dependent care tax credit, the \~$300 in state child tax credit(s) (obviously varies by state), and you're at 8K a year. Or $666 a month. Definitely not nothing, but investopedia is cherry picking a high number. After taxes, we're talking $144K for 0-18 (in today's dollars). And, that same child is much less expensive if you drop below the median, say to the 30 percentile, at that point, the marginal cost of a kid drops significantly further, due to EITC, Larger Dependent Care tax credit, school help, food help, Healthcare subsidies, the works. Talking more like $350-400/month. Obviously it's harder on a smaller budget though, Not saying that's easy by any means. But, net cost is far lower than 272K in today'ss dollars, for a kid born tomorrow, for age 0-18. I guess, if you continue to support for the rest of their life, it might be like 200K, sure. But are you required to help a solid 60K more?

Mentions:#CS

Okay did the research. I have the data I found using these datasheets: [2 person household](https://www.bls.gov/cex/tables/cross-tab/mean/cu-size-by-income-2-persons-2020.pdf), [3](https://www.bls.gov/cex/tables/cross-tab/mean/cu-size-by-income-3-persons-2020.pdf), [4](https://www.bls.gov/cex/tables/cross-tab/mean/cu-size-by-income-4-persons-2020.pdf). Using the number of households data, I found an estimated median income family for each household size, to find what the spending on a median child in those households would cost. I.e. what people are actually spending on their kids. |Household Size|2|3|4| |:-|:-|:-|:-| |Median Income, After Taxes|63|72|88| |Median Annual Spending|61|62|74| |Food|6.9|7.6|11| |Housing|19|22|24| |Clothes|1.2|1.4|2.1| |Vehicles|10.5|11.8|15| |Healthcare|6|6.2|6.8| |Entertainment|2.7|2.7|3.5| |Education|0.85|0.95|1.6| |Cash Donations|2.5|1.2|1.8| |The Rest|11.35|8.15|8.2| Notice that the first kid costs almost no change in total spending, but it does show up in less donations, and less other spending (reading, tobacco, alcohol, feel free to read what I didn't include). The second kid in a family seems to be much more expensive at 13k more, so that's a very interesting finding in itself. Can't really explain that one, so I guess I wont? Maybe it's the difference in age, cause a 2 kid household might have much older kids than the 3 person, with 1 3-yr old or something. Anyways, the average for the first two kids is an extra 7K in spending requirements, more like 8.5K per year when you include lost donation money, alcohol, tobacco, etc. That's nothing to laugh at, I totally agree, but at $750 a month for all 18 years, that's nothing too crazy, honestly. Now, this was all looking at spending. What about tax differences? Well, child tax credit is 2K a year, each. So 7K-2K = 5K. 5K a year, or ~$415/mo. NOT including the child care expenses tax credit, which is about $750/yr/child. Obviously my original estimate of $300-$400, before including tax credits a month for a child, was half of the median spending on a child in the US. But I'm also in the midwest, so I'm sorry for my LCOL bias affecting the numbers. Now, I went and looked at the [USDA numbers](https://www.irp.wisc.edu/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CS-2018-2020-T3.pdf), as they took a very similar calculation path as I did. They estimate more like 9-11K for the median family spent per kid, which after child tax credit

Mentions:#CS

I get my CS degree later this year please hang until then economy.

Mentions:#CS

Just to clear all the questions at once I’m 16, I’m a junior currently. My brother (27) opened a Robinhood account for himself and I asked if I could trade with it since he never uses it. ( I don’t know the legal implications an honestly don’t can’t cause no one can find out anyway ) I made the $7000 from scratch by opening an Etsy store where I painted props from movies. My parents don’t know about the money I’ve had or lost which is ideal. I made stupid trades and had jello hands, not to mention I got in at a market ath. (It was mostly me tho) I am a fire student, I’m currently taking classes in CS at my local community college in my free time cause I’m tryna make a fat salary. My main goal with savings and investing was to be able to get a nice whip. ( I’m a car guy ) Ask me Anything else 👇🏽

Mentions:#CS

I’m actually taking an intro to CS course at my local community college currently. I actually enjoy it a lot!

Mentions:#CS

Bruh, when you get that CS job you'll earn it back in 6 months. It's a lesson and just go on. Don't think about fucking killing yourself over some petty change

Mentions:#CS

Cant post on SS. But are you guys seeing all these different screenshots from different brokerages where the price is 214k? That 214k is also the max ammount you can sell your CS shares for. So could it be possible that the market is completely bought out?

Mentions:#CS

You may have fucked up but you will be completely fine with that degree. I’m in CS. All of my friends with the degree you have are making six figures and had a six figure net worth by their late 20s. Just don’t ever do something that stupid again.

Mentions:#CS

Right? at 21 i was 20k in the hole on student loans, had like maybe 300 bucks at any given time, and parents were like "heres 4k in baby bonds we put away for for college, and a box of condoms, dont call us if you get arrested" when i was 18. I spent more than this guy got margined for for half of one semester of a masters degree to realize they turned an InfoSec Management program into a generic CS master

Mentions:#CS

If you were able to somehow come up with $34k at 21, you will be just fine. You haven’t even begun your career yet. $34k may seem like a lot of money now, and it’s not nothing, but if you continue working hard in a CS field you’ll be earning six figures in no time. Be frugal with your expenses and you’ll be putting away way more than $34k every year. This is just a speed bump.

Mentions:#CS

Wait you said moass in 6 months 🤔 last time I checked seems like the dd isn’t going to sell huh? I hope CS still give u a bonus for everyone that’s signs up Yep dumped both Gme and popcorn making a killing on puts and shorts loving life ! Yes haven’t kept up with my buddys that debunked ur theory but I’m sure they are ok.

Mentions:#CS

Mate, I don't even have a computer science background and I can see the value in it because more than half my company have an IT/CS background and they make bank. Assuming that OP is moderately competent, he'll have no issues finding a job.

Mentions:#CS

A CS degree with a track in cybersecurity, bro - go get a proper job. You’ll be making 41k every 6 months! Lesson learned. Cry over it tonight and move forward tomorrow. Be more empathetic, rational, and grateful. Good luck!

Mentions:#CS

I'd sell it and buy more gme thru CS while it's on sale personally

Mentions:#CS

You make some valid points. Correct, some of those jobs where it is a CS posistion, that will depend on sales for the company and management. On the other side, jobs like marketing, sales, production, and others have a direct impact on those CS positions. It is a food chain. That's the correlation you are looking for. **WFH productivity on all of those levels dwarf in comparison to the levels previous to the pandemic (not just WFH, I know).** Leading me to the argument I made of certain companies downsizing those positions and returning to the office. People will start to run out of money and come back is my point...

Mentions:#CS#WFH

> severance agreement IT and Data arn't hiring at good wages anymore. Its been pulling teeth to get my company to let me hire my intern with a Masters in CS @ 70k Yearly in Suburban Colorado.

Mentions:#CS

My biggest winner right now is AMR. Up $13 to $159 today with a target price of $181. Here’s their latest earnings call from last week in case anyone is interested. It’s been trending up all year while everything else has been going down, which is what caught my eye. https://stocks.apple.com/ANGzpW59CS7Gk4VtLK9ANNg

Mentions:#AMR#CS

You give yourself too much credit. I rather have CS go through their own brokers instead of a retail investor going through Robinhood to internalize the order. Why not just buy Direct?

Mentions:#CS

You are right , you know. I buy sub $105. Anywhere sub that and it is open for purchase through CS. Since last year about this time, I’ve cancelled my 401k contributions, and my otherwise maxed out Roth… and take that money and set it aside weekly until it drops into my buy range. What the altos haven’t quite figured out yet: is that we aren’t investing nor trading — we are collecting. And the lower the price, the faster we can collect them all.

Mentions:#CS

I mean, yeah but CS hasn't done much on their own front. They've been known to not have internal affairs impact their stock price. Except for the covid fall. That's a little different.

Mentions:#CS

CS literally goes to a broker to place your order, even if you put it through CS.

Mentions:#CS

I only know a little about steam through the CS GO scandals but I will check it out ! Thanks

Mentions:#CS

The writing is on the (rectal) walls; trade this like a 🌈🐻. Far ITM CS 1 year out.

Mentions:#CS

Stickto the CS, leave global economics and finance to the big dicks.

Mentions:#CS

One of the nice things about the private highschool was they had a basic coding course. And this was in 2010! I've always been pretty decent with computers, and that highschool teacher was so, so fucking good at teaching how to code. By the time I was a freshman in college, CS1 wasn't difficult at all, and all the other coding classes fell into place. I definitely wasn't the best at all of them. Databases was hard, Algorithms was brutal. There's plenty of stuff about software that I'm still pretty weak at, like network protocols, and low level drivers and operating system stuff. But being able to start an internship sophomore year, and continuing to go back and forth interning for the company and doing another semester in school was huge. I got real world experience and was way more hireable than someone who can rattle off algorithms, but has never worked with an actual software team maintaining actual production code.

Mentions:#CS

I got my escrow overage check and immediately bought more through CS.

Mentions:#CS

After the dividend split all my purchases will be through CS. Possibly 200 shares a month.

Mentions:#CS

My cousin told me that this economy and war in Ukraine was Putin’s fault and that under Trump none of this would be happening because Trump understood economics and Putin loved Trump and respected him. It wouldn’t be so sad if he wasn’t finishing up a CS PhD at one of the world’s leading CS institutions. I say this because this is exactly the reality check these people need, and you’re exactly right.

Mentions:#CS

I love playing around with blockchain and other distributed ledgers, but I'm a CS nerd. Other than keeping me off the streets at night, blockchain is a solution looking for a problem to solve. Other than buying illicit substances or paying off ransom ware, crypto currencies are still mostly a speculative tool. Sure, all currencies are a social agreement, but dollars and euros are extremely convenient and have great utility. For most non-illicit transactions, good old fashioned local currency works great and is dependable. Other than limited use scenarios, crypto currency is mostly just "cool to have" and made some people over night millionaires. Until crypto is more convenient than a credit card or as easy as accepted as cash, it will continue to be a curiosity.

Mentions:#CS

My professor in CS about 10 years ago told the class that some coworkers and collegues were making a really big deal about google when it first came out. They pressured her to invest, but she resisted. She then informed the class not investing at the time was her biggest mistake in life so far.

Mentions:#CS

I want to work at google for coding but dont want to study CS ( math -_-) help? Whats a good workaround

Mentions:#CS

I haven't played CS since 2002 and it was in a internet Cafe in LA

Mentions:#CS

Let's see if anyone else is queueing CS:GO at this hour

Mentions:#CS

CS contracts for 15C Jan 19 2024 are filling at .15 a share. I figure that's worth a few lotto tickets. Is there any hope they get it turned around?

Mentions:#CS

Lol, correct. That is my other account. I have been averaging up with CS as time goes by & that is my 65 per share or so. Might be higher now from the constant averaging up. Even the 80 price not too long hit my average a bit.

Mentions:#CS

I dont think this is super controversial. I mean, its basically already happening. Anybody who plays CS:GO can tell you that there are certain Knives and Weapon Skins that sell for literally Tens of Thousands of REAL USD. After Valve patched/fixed the Duping issue, which caused a certain sniper skin (Dragon Lore) to be mass-duplicated and dropped the value significantly, the price of the Dragon Lore has steadily began to rise again. People make hundreds or Thousands of dollars every year solely through Trading and Selling Skins for virtual guns in a 22 year old Video Game.

Mentions:#CS

"Wrote a few websites" 😂 Bro either your degree is from University of Phoenix, or you're just lying and awful at it. I also have a CS degree. I also have a Master's in Computer Science. You don't write a website, you build one. You'd know if you'd ever actually done so, or talked to anyone in the tech industry. You also have no where near the functionality of a businesses website by making a Facebook page. I mean Jesus Facebook doesn't even support custom HTML. You could, sort of, have made the argument for MySpace, since it gave you the domain and would render HTML that you wrote on your page. So yeah. Please stop pretending. It's cringe.

Mentions:#CS

Non top tier CS nerds are going to really sad when India + Nigeria + (insert developing nation here) take there cushy WFH job for half the salary The social top is in

Mentions:#CS#WFH

So NFTs or digital collectables or whatever are here to solve the thing that CS:GO has been doing for a long time right? Hasn't there been a market for rare skins for a while there... where the value of some go up and you can resell them and there were some people trading regularly to make money or somethin?

Mentions:#CS

I was a couple of years out of college at the market crash around '08. I wanted to buy but it was hard to get good employment even as a CS major. It works if you can keep your job, but in general it's hard to get good job, good pay, good raises in a long term recessionary environment.

Mentions:#CS

>maybe its because i am in CS and there is a roadmap for pretty much everything so i just assumed people here think in the same logic You will find that money making is a bit different. There is no road map that will get you to $100k, $1mm, $10mm, etc. The market adapts as well and something can be a good idea until too many people are doing it (like drop shipping and affiliate marketing that were saturated 10 years ago but you can still by eBook lessons about it).

Mentions:#CS

Reading through your comments here it sounds like you’re looking for someone to just give you a list of resources. Investing is very different than CS. There is no one way to do it and every time you uncover an “edge” there will be thousands of others who figure out the same edge and your alpha will disappear instantly. I’m terms of “high risk high reward” you would want to be investing in things like small/micro cap stocks, crypto, or some type of information arbitrage. But again, there is no roadmap to figuring out this edge. Modern markets are so efficient the only advantage you can truly get is inside information and I guarantee by the time you hear about something there are endless institutions who have known about it and acted on it. I know this isn’t the answer you’re looking for and candidly I hate the “index funds are life” crowd here sometimes but it is what it is

Mentions:#CS

>Look, this is a sign that you're an idiot who is not special. That means you will not be able to create a special benefit and win where others can't. someone's insecure and projecting lol by ''just tell me what to do'' i meant where can i find resource to learn about this oh it just requires a lot of dedication ? epic i will go dedicate my self to learning English literature and surely i will become good at day trading right? maybe its because i am in CS and there is a roadmap for pretty much everything so i just assumed people here think in the same logic but it seems alot of people here are auti\*tic who take the literal meaning of words and cant make an argument without insulting lol you surely are the special one dude.

Mentions:#CS

>Have you considered investing in yourself and increasing your earning potential? yeah, this risky investing is just something on the side i am currently studying CS and learning to be a really good software engineer

Mentions:#CS

Oh wow, nvm trufthfully I probably work harder then most here. I care for my child, I'm in school for a CS degree, I work part time and I caregive for my mother. So pardon my interest in investment, I'll continue doing my own research.

Mentions:#CS
Reddit user placeholder image