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Why equities went up despite a 50bp hike, it's not just because you bought puts [GS Research]

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Stock Market Today (as of Nov 28, 2022)

FEW MILLION DOLLAR SHORT POSITION ON MARGIN. UPDATED POSITIONING.

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Interest rate forecasts from GS.

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Here's an article about how one person Yolo'd up and back down. Lots of references to WSB, GS, etc... His epic highs to his crashing defeat, it is ~24 months of euphoria, despair, desperation, everything we love to hold dear (especially delicious despair).

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GS running out of options

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Banking Internship

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$LAZR Luminar Tech play

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Microsoft shares sink more than 8% on weak guidance but analysts bullish on rebound

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Microsoft shares sink more than 8% on weak guidance but analysts bullish on rebound

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JPMorgan president says a recession may be price to pay to beat inflation, market bottom not in yet

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An often-overlooked economic measure is signaling serious trouble ahead

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Jeff Bezos Makes Dire Prediction About the Economy

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Will so many positive earnings surprises fool investors in thinking inflation isn't a problem?

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Goldman Advice to Investors: Sell S&P 500 Calls and Buy Options on China

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(10/18) Tuesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Mastercard will help banks offer cryptocurrency transactions, do you think this move will have a positive effect on future sales of Mastercard?

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So much negativity that tomorrow we might squeeze higher?

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Two diverging views on the commodity market from Goldman Sachs, focused on copper and oil/gas

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Rules on delisting -- how long does it -really- take?

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(10/5) Wednesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Goldman Sees More Selling in US Stocks by Households in 2023

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Goldman Sees More Selling in US Stocks by Households in 2023

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Goldman Sachs cuts 2022 target for S&P 500 by 16%

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Goldman Sachs cuts 2022 target for S&P 500 by 16%

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Goldman Sachs insiders are fuming over their CEO's use of private jets to promote his side hustle as 'DJ Sol'

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Goldman Sachs insiders are fuming over their CEO's use of private jets to promote his side hustle as a DJ - Is this a real problem or just a case of a Wall Street bank being too uptight?

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Goldman Sachs insiders are fuming over their CEO's use of private jets to promote his side hustle as a DJ - Is this a real problem?

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Network 1 Financial Securities Inc. has underwritten six US microcap IPOs this year that surged by an average 2,190% on their first day of trading (ATGX was one of them). That’s more than 250x the performance of offerings underwritten by GS, JPM and MS.

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Goldman Sachs upgrades First Solar to buy, predicts the climate bill beneficiary will rally 30%

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Goldman Sachs upgrades First Solar to buy, predicts the climate bill beneficiary will rally 30%

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Rant from Gamestop Managers

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HEDGING WITH PUTS ... GS on neg net cushion against losses

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Goldman sees Powell sticking to July tightening message at Jackson Hole

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Goldman sees Powell sticking to July tightening message at Jackson Hole

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We’re literally days away from breaking the market

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$VERU- Both Goldman Sachs And Morgan Stanley Heavily increased their positions by like millions of dollars $GS $MS

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$VERU- Both Goldman Sachs And Morgan Stanley Heavily increased their positions by like millions of dollars $GS $MS

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PLZ BE SURE WHO YOURE SUPPORTING

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$GME technical look of past price history combined with an analytical approach

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$BBBY - Analytical view of previous price history

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A certain Stock Analytical analysis

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An analytical look of GS's past price history

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GME - a technical look at previous price history

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$GME is headed for Uranus

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$BBBY TA is looking primed for bulls

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Jim Cramer says "Don’t bet against short sellers in this market." Do you think this BBBY short squeeze has some way to go?

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Jim Cramer says "Don’t bet against short sellers in this market." Do you think this BBBY short squeeze has some way to go?

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DTCC caught committing international securities fraud?

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IONQ Leader in Quantum Computing extremely high Days to Cover, and significant short interest. Currently their Ion Trapping technology is above par, with partnerships with AWS, MSFT, GS, and many more--they have the support and infrastructure to scale to the likes of NVDA in the long term.

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Sectors that benefit from rising interest rates

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SOFI weekly CC play

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No Scrubs: A deep dive into FIGS

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Who is creating these earnings estimates?

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Earnings Report Update 7/18:

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Expected moves this week: Alphabet, Goldman, Tesla, Netflix, Snap and more.

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The valuation of an (investment) bank, and why I don't understand Goldman Sachs.

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Valuation of a (investment) Bank and why I don't understand Goldman Sachs.

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China getting ready for 2008 style foreclosure crisis?

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Goldman Sachs (quick) preview of Wednesday's (13 July 2022) Bank of Canada policy meeting.

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Unsolicited Technicals Week ending 7/8/22, Bank Earnings Edition

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Market impact of Abe assassination, thoughts from GS, MS, and ME. My view: Liberal Democratic Party gains support in 10 Jul elections and moves ahead with Abenomics/hawkish foreign policy. Upside potential for nuclear power industry and Japanese defense contractors.

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Market impact of Abe assassination, thoughts from GS, MS, and ME. My view: Liberal Democratic Party gains support in 10 Jul elections and moves ahead with Abenomics/hawkish foreign policy. Upside potential for nuclear power industry and Japanese defense contractors.

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Market impact of Abe assassination is risk off, think it's likely the Liberal Democratic Party gains support in 10 Jul elections and moves to implement Abenomics-themed economic policies/hawkish foreign policy. Looking at upside potential for nuclear power industry and Japanese defense contractors.

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Market impact of Abe assassination is risk off, think it's likely the LDP gains support in 10 July elections and moves to implement Abenomics-themed economic policies/hawkish foreign policy. Looking at upside potential for nuclear power industry and Japanese defense contractors.

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It was a brutal week, I should had stuck with my original strategy (https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/vk6381/last_week_i_modestly_addressed_the_good, and would be up for the week

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Best Series 7 Exam Advice

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Stock market is not fully pricing in a looming recession, warns Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson

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Why there is a chance of Thermonuclear war and how to profit from it

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Fed funds futures traders now see a 21% chance of a 75-basis-point hike in June

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Fed funds futures traders now see a 21% chance of a 75-basis-point hike in June

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Lyft - GS maintained as buy and upside potential.

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Apple (AAPL.US) continues to increase financial services, and its subsidiaries will provide loans in the future

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$VTNR - most undervalued play since gamestop

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no Wendy's, see you on C-Span.

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Block to integrate Square payments with Apple iPhone's 'Tap to Pay' feature

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As of 12:30 Eastern Time, bank stocks rose collectively, and JMP, BAC, and C rose more than 7%? why?

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'A recession is not inevitable' but stocks are being priced as if it were: Goldman Sachs

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GS reporting from prison… lol wtf?

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I got your corn! 🌽

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Why is no one talking about this??? GS is abandoning SPACs.

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'Wall Street sees greater risk of default by major banks'

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Erhhh 10% Dip across all european market today... Media: "System bug.. maybe"

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looking for help making 401k allocation

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Bank stocks have collectively risen for several consecutive days. Should you buy bank stocks?

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NFLX plummeted 35%, and its teammates, who were as stupid as pigs, dragged down FB, DIS, ROKU, and AMZN by themselves.

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Does Elon Musk have enough capital to takeover $TWTR on this own?

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The four major U.S. banks, Goldman Sachs, Citibank, Wells Fargo, and Morgan Stanley, have seen sharp declines in their revenue and sharp declines in the profits of financial institutions. Is there any problem in the financial market?

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GenShards Partnership

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Bloomberg - SPAC Trades May Have Made as Much as 888% Profit—Now, Some Are Drawing SEC Scrutiny

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ElI5 - why are bank stocks dropping with interest rate hikes?

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#Genesisshards #NFTO #Launchpad

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

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Call option prices

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The "loss porn" isn't even fun anymore

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Reggie didn't fit with GS philosophy

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Goldman Sachs buy recommendation - Is this a really sell signal?

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$FSRD Low Float and High Institutional/Insider Ownership

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#US EV Sales Overview | Highlighted

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Should JP Morgan and Chase be sanctioned for buying cheap Russian bonds?

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GS said we have recession at home

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I bought a 2009 800 GS brand new and still have it. 90k... best piece of machinery I have ever owned.

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Profited off of $GS shorts and switched over to $NFLX shorts at \~$315 in account #2.

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You know GS and MS are manipulators right? Take a look back at some of their past projections.....

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real rates at 1.5% instead of negative? Averaging 7% per year is taken over a 10 year timespan, not consistent +7% every year. So after a few +30% year, you're gonna see a few -20% year. 10 year return for sp500 annualized is around 12% right now, even after the correction. SP500 operating EPS for 2022 is $220. If it's flat next year (which is a soft landing, not a recession), give it a 16 PE (which is generous considering it's the average, but real rates 1.5% is not the historical average real rate), that gives SP500 around 3500. So 3500 is the soft landing scenario. A 15% operating EPS drop, so $190 \* 17 = 3200 SP500. That's a mild recession scenario. [https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-11-28/goldman-strategists-say-stocks-are-yet-to-reflect-recession-risk#xj4y7vzkg](https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-11-28/goldman-strategists-say-stocks-are-yet-to-reflect-recession-risk#xj4y7vzkg) GS says at Sp500 = 4000, we're only pricing in 10% of a recession.

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GS wants you to be the bagholder

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You ever wonder how many tens of thousands of dollars people have made off following one’s commented plays? I’m still mad at my former roommate for not listening to me (twice) where he would have made $100k+ on my GS play.

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GS if you’re asking about the firm.

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Oil prices drop during recessions, especially worldwide recessions. This article from GS is nonsense.

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Didn't they say $200 a barrel at the peak of the last oil run up a few months ago just before things crashed down lol ok GS.

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The oil run was fun while it lasted. 85 next year according to inverse GS

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LAC still trying to milk off the GS plays till we can squeeze them next.

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This, 100%. I had that “Run” meme song play in my head after reading the GS quote.

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Thanks we got it. Oil is going to crash get out now in front of GS.

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Which ones? SWVXX has 3.76% 7-day yield while GS/Ally savings have 3.0%.

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The companies producing US shale have always said they have great economics because it helped them raise capital. Whether they actually do have great economics is a complicated question. They certainly didn't generate much in the way of cash flows during 2015-2020, mostly their production was subsidised by investors. There's a 7-hour video on Shubham Garg's youtube channel that I watched recently: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gzVfYmomc14 Obviously it's ridiculously long but there's a section on US shale at 2.40.53 where he argues that current production projections are overly optimistic. I'm not an expert so can't really comment. I wouldn't take GS's word for it either, they usually have an ulterior motive.

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Yet for some reason their investors and analysts are cream of the crop. Have a look at LinkedIn and they’re mostly Ivy League —> GS/MS or Evercore/PJT RSSG —> Blackstone/KKR/Apollo/Silver Lake Flagship funds. I wonder why they even bother to hire such brilliant candidates if they end up outsourcing due diligence to Bain & Company.

>Nothing to see here, just Kucoin with next to no reserves offering 300%+ APY. \>Perfectly safe! https://t.co/B0GS0ZbUXZ ^r/wallstreetbets ^[@Official\_WSB](http://twitter.com/Official\_WSB) ^at ^2022-11-28 ^21:48:27 ^EST-0500

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GS is just a well run FTX send it to zero

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GS may be short of the century right here No doubt banks will collapse in the next 24 months

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GS went up 25% in the past month. I think you are late on the "Financials' train.

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same with GS. I remember in 2008 when buffet saved them with that sweet heart deal.

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I am thinking short GS on Wednesday or so at $400 plus

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Time to sell the Elantra and buy a [GS $375/$400p diagonal](https://i.imgur.com/3b7HPJP.png)

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Not after that most recent CPI report... Inflation going down... job losses limited to tech and the housing market correcting. We're gonna have a soft landing. GS base case btw.

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We'll get a soft landing... in the US anyways... I believe it is GS base case. Some people just don't want to see it.

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I want to catch a pullback on GS so bad pump has been crazy since October

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GS ath next week?

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Cannot wait to see the increased sales and awareness around GS branded products (keyboards, speakers, batteries, etc.). They are really starting to penetrate those high margin areas IMO. Once off the ground and comfortable with their product and how customers are taking to them, I anticipate a marketing push! Buckle up.

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Yes but that CoL adjustment is not the difference between $500k and $100k. You can look up the GS payscales to see CoL differences. Even the most expensive city is only about +40%. Nowhere is CoL +400%

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always inverse GS

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Best I can do is a 3GS with a shattered screen take it or leave it

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>There are a few stocks that I think have potential to do well in the near future. For example, I like Goldman Sachs (GS) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM). Both of these companies are large financial institutions with a lot of resources and experience navigating difficult markets. They should be able to weather any storm and come out stronger on the other side.

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"As soon as the Federal Reserve lays off the rate hammer, the Dollar index will start plunging, sending commodities skyrocketing" Uh, peep where oil is with the dollar struggling like mad right now. "I don't see a pause.. I see continual 50 basis point hikes until we get to 7%" If this is serious, then imagine taking Bullard, the guy that recently had an ethics violation (private event with Citi's higher wealth clients I believe), seriously, when even the FFR market did not take him seriously on that day. What a freaking joke...I've seen two too many takes on this board that take him very seriously if so. I'm sorry, but this crap ends early next year. Everyone that said that the Fed was just going to continually grow tougher and tougher in 2022 won big time this year (and it was on the relatively few side to boot as well), but they're going to lose next year. December is going to be the last hurrah here. We will see another goalpost move by the Fed (and my thought is I'd follow GS's expectations here), but that will be that after that. Period, end of story. And in case this is needed, I wasn't a September pivoter or pauser. Saw a small chance of it but was always more focused on early 2023. Pause likely early in 2023, then the Fed's 0-fer on telling the truth on what they're going to do likely stretches into 2023 in the latter half (when you put out a dot plot that has few to no hikes in 2022 late in 2021...yes...you're getting a 0 for your truthfulness on 2022 plans).

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Quite a few people remembered Powell's presser over the statement from the last FOMC. The statement wasn't really hawkish at all. Yes, it didn't talk about a stop in hikes, but if you're going to talk about a stepdown in hike size, it's going to be viewed as the beginning of the end, especially when you get a PMI reading in contraction territory. Now I will say I'm wary about that event on the 30th. For now, I think 50 bps in December and a projection of 5-5.25% (similar to what GS has), but if Powell goes out there to yell at the market to jack up financial condition tightness like Jackson Hole, my thoughts there might need to be trashed unless we see a CPI of 7.5% with core CPI MoM of .2-.3 for November.

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Gotta realise that GS had no where else to go to. Nobody has the fuck you money in a recession like Buffett. There is a reason why even SBF called Buffett to ask for a deal last week.

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Not to mention dudes a damn loan shark too, that fuckin deal he gave GS when they almost went under was total garbage for GS, great for Buffett but man squeezed fuck outta em lmao

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But u/Agilmore1080 said we are gonna crash cause GS, JPM and MS said so. Just sold my cardboard box and my bike in preparation

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But u/Agilmore1080 said we are gonna crash guys cause GS, JPM and MS said so. Just sold my cardboard box and my bike in preparation

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Exactly what I'm doing, rotating out, by half picked up some Michigan GO Bonds paying ~5.77 ytw I too donT think you can time the market, but you can grab the big moves, where it's either a push or upside. What did you see/read to get you out in Feb 2020? For me, Feb 20 is my bday, and I happened to be reading a GS report that said China was in lockdown and hadn't used any coal in 3 weeks. At the time China was saying it was just Chinese moon Year or some such. I figured, they could be wrong and I'd sit in cash for a few weeks for the push. But. They were right.

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GS... how much more you gonna drop ALB?

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If Fed smells unified hawkish (which they will) the selloff will begin Guess we have to see if GS prediction of slowing retail sales is real- look for Black Friday results and Cyber Monday

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$GS June puts already in my holdings

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u/Agilmore1080 said we are gonna crash guys cause GS and MS said so. Just sold my cardboard box and my bike in preparation

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$GS down 3% on the year

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The propping is absurd, but not as absurd as $GS. 13 straight days with an RSI of over 75.

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What's Big 4? Institutions like JPM, GS, and 2 others?

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They supported archegos and bull hwang but got screwed by GS moving first

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Omfg look at that bear market bro… omg.. so red. GS is so right

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I think the internet has ruined the stock market. We, the suckers, have too much information available, though clearly much of it is wrong or rumours or hopium and all that but still, in 2008 iPhone 3GS was a thing barely.

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Expect very hawkish comments from Bullard this afternoon stressing that he believes fed funds need to be targeted significantly higher 6%-7% to achieve the Feds target of 2% annual inflation Powell will have zero issues with these comments as the Fed wants to avoid a rally in equities as that will increase the perceived wealth effect and make combatting inflation tougher Look for a walkdown of the S &P over the next 30 days 360-370 Today is just noise and squeezing some weak shorts. Also the crypto selloff will help the Fed by triggering a new round of margin calls and equity sales Watch 15k on BTC this week Tough to say the US consumer will spend aggressively this year on holidays. Both GS and AMZN have stated that they expect weak demand. Regardless of BBY keeping guidance the US economy will enter a tough slog with higher interest rates, declining home values and consumer spending and sentiment lower Great levels for 30 and 60 day S&P 375 puts

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$GS up almost 30% in 2 months

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GS setting up LAC for the next MOASS, let's help them. Potential catalyst Jan Thacker pass decision.

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When GS says buy they are doing the reverse. I trust my rattler snake.more.than I trust them.

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Guess we were right about this trade. GS also cut oil Q4 outlook. Gotta be quicker GS to keep up with us.

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i think you're misunderstanding how equity markets work. say you hold 1 share of apple in your robinhood brokerage account. what that really means is at the dtcc (or what you are calling the nscc here, but its the same entity) this corporation, holds all the us equity shares of all public companies. they maintain a database that says who every share belongs to, so in this database there is an entry /u/drisslikethis owns 1 share of apple at account abc123 at robinhood whose master account is xyz345 when you sell that share to me, your account at robinhood is debited the share (your position is zero) and my account at fidelity is credited the 1 share. but what really happens is the dtcc updates their database and says account abc123 and robinhood xzy345 sold 1 share to account sss444 at fidelity account bla454. and thats it. so the amount of margin that robinhood charges you, is slightly more than the amount of margin that the dtcc charges robinhood for their overall aggregate position. the amount of margin required is based on how volatile the given stock has historically been, higher the volatility, more the margin dtcc charges robinhood, the more robinhood charges you. (this is for all brokers) what happens when a stock goes from not so volatility to suddenly very volatile is that the dtcc will go to the brokers and say 'okay we need more margin'. brokerages maintain a large cash position so that they can immediatly send this excess margin to the dtcc and then go ask their clients for it (essentially a timing mismatch, dtcc wants more margin now, the brokerage has to go ask customers for it, which takes a day or two). what happened with robinhood is that the dtcc asked for more margin, and it was more then robinhoods total current cash reservers, so they had to raise money immediately to give to the dtcc (so they could go get that money from its investors) robinhood did not have the money, they tried to borrow it, but eventually struck a deal with the dtcc that said 'okay we will give you what we have (\~1.5b if memory serves me) and then we will not allow our GME position to increase (aka we will nto allow clients to buy more) until we can raise the cash, and of course, if we decrease our position (our clients sell) then we might be okay, so we will keep letting clients sell positions. this was not unique to robinhood (i have a schwab account, and schwab sent out several notices saying how margin around GME was increased substantially) the dtcc raised margin requirements for all brokerages, its just that schwab, fidelity, vanguard etc, have a stronger cash position and were able to bridge the timing mismatch, while robinhood, was not. thats the basic story. ​ to speak to your second point about payment for orderflow, robinhood (or any other broker) isn't giving your order up to someone else to go trade it (if you want to buy, RH doesnt go to citadel and say 'we want to buy one share, go find a seller and collect a fee'. what the market makers are doing is selling you the share, you're trading against them. theyre not executing the order for you against someone else, they are the someone else. citadel has a brokerage account somewhere (MS, GS, JPM, Barclays) and when you go and buy a share of apple on robinhood, and citadel sells it to you, their account at MS is debited 1 share of apple and yours is credited one share at the dtcc. i think you dont really understand this point so im trying to make it clear what theyre doing here. when talking about options, this works the exact same way as equities (but the option clearing corp OCC instead of dtcc) . if you buy an option your account at the occ is credited one option, and someone else's is debited one. you are not making a bi-lateral bet against a hedgefund, youre trading on a public exchange. robinhood's credit and counterparty risk is with the OCC, not the person who make the other side of the transaction. that person (the hedgefund in your example) has an account at say GS, and their account is debited one option at the OCC. GS counterparty risk is with the OCC, not robinhood, just like robinhoods is. make sense ? this is obvi simplified for an explanation, the details are a lot more nuanced.

ah yes, the most accurate data point. "Have you seen the line at stores near my house". ​ Also, Retail sales will be worse for GS because in this inflationary environment. ​ LMAO pathetic

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Disagree: Have you seen the lines at these stores? Your “US retail” - does not include GS.

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Everyone is pissed off about GS trying to manipulate the $LAC. Let's ride their wave, cover calls, and buy more shares.

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What’s the source of the GS presentation? Very interesting!

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>CTAs have been a big liquidity provider in the last rally. As we have seen from our GEX/DEX models, positioning is weakening. CTAs convexity is nice on the way up, but also nasty on the way down. GS projected flows right here 👇

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I think we're going higher next week also, but not because of this well thought out DD. The put to call ratio is off the charts as GS had mentioned in that lovely write up in Market Watch which features this sub as a thumbnail, and big money is going to make sure they profit from that.

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Medium term I’m playing majority O&G, but 5 to hold forever: BTI, GS, KMI, and I’ll toss some grenades by saying ROKU and INTC

I have GS puts, but damn I was hoping for like 360

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#Ban Bet Lost /u/mathboom123 (0/1) made a bet that GS would go to -3.0 within **3 days** when it was 382.88 and it did not, so they were banned for a week. Their record is now 0 wins and 1 losses ---- ^[LEADERBOARD](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/banbets/) - ^[FAQ](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/banbets/#wiki_faq_.26amp.3B_commands) - ^[STATS](https://www.twitch.tv/wsbzjz/)

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You clearly have a long time horizon. I'd own these if I did (ex OXY, CVX instead for me). I worked at GS with Noto, and he's extremely bright. Glad you're staying away from PLTR, Karp scares me every time he opens his mouth.

NVDA BA NOC BLINK GS Freebie, highly speculative: KITT

im not in the GS stuff but what does this really mean? dont they make next to nothing selling new games. wouldnt this help out more nintendo and gamefreak... all those people there buying pokemon.. \~$10 profit on each game... thats a solid 1000 bucks profit in the picture. that might keep the lights on... or if they make a new pokemon game every 2 weeks gamestop will make it no prob.

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GS don't know the jobs and inflation numbers in advance... Whatever they put down is only valid before the next data comes out. Think back in 2019 when the fed comes out with "not QE". GS was predicting higher interest rate hike instead of complete stop and the start of "not QE"

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You already have a bet going - GS to -3.0 before 2022-11-19 00:31:05.756077-05:00

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Can someone explain the difference between the ^TNX ticker and GS10 on FRED? ^TNX has daily data but GS10 has only monthly.

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Bear markets typically don't end before 45 vix.. Also S&P options with less than 24 hours to maturity now represent 44% of the index’s trading volume, and have been averaging $470BN notional per day over the past month according to GS. That's leading to a lot of market wide instability intraday. We got 2.1 trillion in opex tomorrow.

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JPM is changing guidance every month. I have zero trust or respect for them. Their price target is always ultra bullish. I trust mode GS or MS. Their price target is decreasing or flat for next year.

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That dude made a post saying that he sold, then he said he still holds 14K shares and what that he was going to short GS, NFLX and something else.

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Is it time? I don't know, did the recession get cancelled? I think GS sent a memo but I didn't read it.

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Former GS CEO, Democrat Senator and Governor of NJ. Plus it was during Obama's admin. There was no way he was going to jail.

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GS is extremely overloaded and overleveraged on various metrics. Costco membership won't thrive in recession + 40P/E, huge h&s on the weekly, similar to NVDA before downfall, selling puts on AMZN if it drops lower with the play of either getting premium or buying shares in 70-80s.

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Bonuses at GS is still not for a while.

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Need GS to collapse that shit is just FTX but well run

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Should just wait to short it. Range bound rn big theta week to fuck both sides. Watch DIA and GS

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GS looking juicy for a short

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So GS expects higher Fed Funds Rate now and hikes well into 2023….

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Im basically amazed.. look at GS and CAT

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GS ripe for puts

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GS publishing from the perspective of Central Banks. Want you to think it's a choice and not a situation of their own creation via QE and low interest rate policies.

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These GS forecasts seem a little optimistic on inflation reduction in 2023.

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