The Walt Disney Company
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SPIDER-MAN PREORDERS ARE CRASHING TICKET ORDERING SITES! $AMC, $CNK, $SONY, $DIS are about to make so much revenue. These gains are not priced in due to the recent covid market dip. Tomorrow is going to be a great buying opportunity.
Yeah it sucked haha. I was so sure I was going to make ~17k when I first put it I OptionsProfitCalculator. Killed me. But, it’s forced me to learn a lot more about the market than if I had made money. After I sold my ARKG shares, I used the money to buy a bunch of DIS at $180. Things aren’t going well lol.
Oh boy, I hate nearly all of those picks. The only one you're probably fine on is $DIS. Oh, probably $WM, not exactly a fan but a long term hold is fine, but if you bought near the top...oof. I don't know when you established positions in any of these but if I had to guess, it was sometime during their insane and unsustainable runs. Rather than suggest what I would do, as I don't know your strategy and based on your picks it's not compatible with mine anyways, I will suggest staying away from making decisions based purely on % number benchmarks. You might never see a ticker go down to that -10% to trigger a buy...or you might see it drop even lower than that, with no regained value for a long time. MicroStrategy...talk about a blast from the past....
$DIS as I increased my position with the recent drop. Kind of a no brainer to me due to the immense earning potential of the IPs it has, along with the reopening (not exactly a reopening play, but the numbers will definitely be boosted once things are more normal) Apple rose to a huge one due to last year's gains.
Good morning. Financials have pulled back after earnings in the past usually after a small pop initially. We are seeing that with JPM right now. WFC is up but still early. Obviously QQQ won’t take a hit from financials dropping but JPM is a bigger part of SPY. Market isn’t looking too good this morning. TSLA under 1000$ today, MSFT under 300$, AAPL under 170$? DIS downgrade today will probably bring it back under 150$ in the short term and keep it in the 140s for sometime. Still sitting on cash. Buying very small amounts here and there. SPY 5% off from ATH is still 456. It hasn’t really had more than a 4.5-5% correction in a long time with all the dip buyers jumping in right before a deeper pullback. Watch this week and next for that bigger drop before tech earnings. Good luck everyone.
I have FB Feb calls. I don't trust any Chinese company's reporting, so BABA is out. I do like DIS, though. But I'm all in on GOOGL, FB, and have some MSFT April 330c. I've been so burned by CRM over the years, and that silly acquisition of Slack was the last straw for me. LOW still seems like it could be affected by labor and supply-side issues, though price-gouging seems easy to get away with in America these days, so there's some nice profit there. CVS just seems flat-out mis-managed. As for rail, the current rash of thefts from cars will have to be addressed, and I think that takes a chunk out of their profits in 2022. DPZ and SBUX are drowning in debt, and I wonder if they could have been better managed.
It's been a few good days to swing trade chip companies. DIS is dead money and not going anywhere. CRM is overpriced and an established company getting treated like a start up growth stock because it's a bull market. I think it will drop hard as soon as there is volatility. Be careful
https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/time-buy-retail-investors-swoop-when-stocks-falter-2022-01-12/ >"Retail investors have continued to buy large-cap tech and ETFs, providing a cushion, but they aren't buying the dip aggressively in speculative assets," such as krptocurrencies and hyper-growth stocks, he said. >With risk appetite still low, some of the main picks in the past week for TD Ameritrade clients have been big tech stocks such as Apple and Microsoft Inc Corp (MSFT.O), as well as blue-chips, including McDonald's Corp (MCD.N), Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) and AT&T Inc (T.N), Kinahan said. >Monday's net total of $1.07 billion in equities bought by retail was in the 93rd percentile of historical data, they said. That stands in contrast to institutional investors which have been net-sellers. hmmmm..
Sold 30 contracts already to fund a DIS YOLO. But this trade was to prep for the breakout that just happened. Not gonna sell just the beginning of that thesis starts playing out. I’ll be more tempted to sell once we test the ATH at some point this year. (Not financial advice)