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Cigarette makers fare pretty well in inflationary environments and recessions. They also just so happen to yield 5-9% dividends and have constant growing per share free cash flows to back them. MO, PM, BTI. Some of them have been buying back shares as well.
A month or so ago i was reading random MO boards and a few of them were showing post from those bots that track big trades. SP was about 56 57 and Someone was spending a few million buying puts that were 20+ dollars out of the money. These puts wouldn't break even without a 25% drop. Then two first named asshole Morgan Stanley comes out with a new PT, SP drops by 10% in a day.no news. Then a week later Juul gets banned, then Morgan Stanley immediately revises their PT. and the drop continues. Man I wish I could insider trade with Congress...
$PAA to the moon 🚀 🚀 🚀 🚀 🚀 🚀 Honestly tho its an oil company that has a lot of call option interest and pays dividends so do with that what you will. ​ and $MO just passed its death cross in addition they lost their 35% stake in juul do to them being banned from being selling in the US
Gut instinct: Tobacco companies prefer people smoking cigarettes to vaping. Cigarettes are more expensive. I erroneously thought big tobacco saw an eventual end to physical cigarettes and began investing in vaping companies (Philip Morris/Altria/Juul $MO for example). However they never threw the “big tobacco lobby” weight behind protecting vaping. The only reason I can imagine is the cost of cigarettes far outreaches the cost of vaping. By many anecdotal accounts, a lot of adults have used vapes to get off of cigarettes. I wonder if this — like most things — is all about money. Not health. Not protecting kids. Just profit.
From what I heard in the premarket discussion, comments were made around an overaction to juul being banned in the US as Europe was still a viable option for growth. In any case beside $MO this will still have a major impact as it shows the beginning of a global move away from e-cigs
Definitely his MO. Like conducting a Twitter poll to ask if he should sell 10B worth of stock to donate to help solve world hunger back when stock was 1300. He used that as cover to sell stock, definitely didn't donate to help world hunger. He needs cover stories to liquidate stock or else investors will freak.
*Federal appeals court puts hold on FDA's Juul (MO) ban - Reuters.* Good. FDA has no right to ban Juul. Seems targeted, capricious, and vindictive. Was never for sale to 16 year olds, not Juul’s fucking fault if they use it. Stupid ass kids
You’re better off investing today than you would have been in the past. That’s one way of saying these mj stocks have been turdbuckets. Imagine thinking CGC was a deal at $20 a share! What a disaster. The truth is, among the stocks that are publicly traded, the valuations are still high compared to what they make, so you’re paying for success that they haven’t shown yet. If legalization in the US comes, these stocks will get a bump from retail buyers and speculative plays, but come the first post legalization earnings season, we’ll find out a lot of these guys are not winners. Chances are the best weed stock will be an American, US listed company that either goes public after legalization or is already public but in a different field (MO, TAP).
I think it is to far a leap be honest. Netflix is going into ad supported world quite reluctantly and that is after literally years of being asked / encouraged by analysts to do ad tier. You might have different opinion but I think Netflix always say their service as a premium kind of higher tier offering. So now after the growth has slowed down and stock price has been hammed they kind of reluctantly doing an ad tier. I don't see that as first step of throwing ads everywhere (most of all paid tier!), not their MO. And really, saying Viacom did so Netflix will do too is a bit like saying that Samsung has put ads literally inside their phones (which they did) so Apple will do it. Nah, not happening.
From what I understand, due to some catalyst/news stocks will be volatile and with volatility comes options and their premiums. However, generally dividend stocks don't have much volatility unless you talk about INTC, SBUX, and recently MO (FDA JuuL banned etc). But these are rare opportunities. I was looking for something like JNJ, MCD and now CAT/MMM. they usually have good premiums and good good dividends. But if my understanding is incorrect, please correct me
https://news.yahoo.com/juul-appeals-block-fda-ban-165804309.html >The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District Of Columbia Circuit said the purpose of the stay was to allow the court sufficient time to consider Juul's briefing ... Perhaps the witch hunt doesn't end in death? Anyone grab MO calls?
Man my port is already 71% MO but i cant help but buy more...dividend is about to increase in july for the 56th year in a row and mark10 vape is going to hit the market soon with juul patent tech after juul folds. Bullish news wrapped in ' bad news'
Juul filing for bankrupcy is good for MO. Juul was the biggest competition to the MO vape called mark10. When altria invested in juul they agreed to pull their mark 10 from the market. It will be back soon im sure. MO calls here.
>\*Juul Asks Court to Stay FDA Ban on Its E-Cigarettes, Filing \*Juul Files Emergency Motion in Federal Appeals Court in D.C. \>\*Juul Says FDA Order Is 'Extraordinary and Unlawful,' Filing $PM $MO ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-06-24 ^09:14:45 ^EDT-0400
Why did CNBC cut away when Al Green was yelling at J. Powell and reported on MO again? Didn’t cut back till after J. Powell gave his answer. I actually wanted to hear his response. Guess CNBC didn’t want people to hear it.
This is why payment for order flow should be illegal. They are just looking at the puts we're buying and throwing tons of money into those stocks. It's now entirely about screwing retail. Look at MO right now, Juuls getting pulled from breaking news and it's going up...
Ah yes, having any semblance of interest rates is dumb because it will destroy the economy. The economy was destroyed a loooong time ago. If you're taking your financial indicators from Liz Warren, you belong in this sub. If your economy literally can't handle 1.5% interest rates without shattering into a million pieces, that is the problem. What else is the Fed supposed to do? Let inflation evaporate away the purchasing power until there's none left? The exact type of policy that Warren wants (get rid of interest rates, print more free money) is one of the primary drivers of the shit we're in right now. That's been the monetary MO since 2008 when everything should have failed. Economies are boom-bust cycles, and contractionary policy isn't unhealthy. We have a zombie economy guys. It's *supposed* to be dead.
Biden invoking the DPA would have to go pretty far. Not only would he have to tell oil companies to get their facilities back open **or else**, he'd have to say that absolutely none of the output would be available for sale outside of the US. If you're an oil company CEO with wells and refineries in West Texas and you have tankers sitting at the port of Houston, you have the ability to move petroleum and refined stock wherever you want in the world. Those Europeans who want to free themselves of Russian oil 20 years too late might very well pay more than American consumers will, and if they pay more, they're going to get the oil. Ultimately, OPEC sets the price of oil, and they're not going to pay out like they did in April 2020 when oil went negative. They want it to be expensive. What is Cleetus McDumbfuck of the Kansas City, MO suburbs going to do, *not* drive his 12 MPG full-size truck with a lift kit and bogger tires to work 30 miles away every day? The only solution now is the permanent, long-term one, which is to cultivate an economy that can use other forms of energy production to power itself and remove the influence of oil companies and petro-states over the US economy.