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Micron stock slips as Citi cuts estimates ahead of Q2 earnings (MU)

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Stock Market Today (as of Mar 20, 2023)

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Stock Market Today (as of Feb 22, 2023)

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Memory chips’ price stuck in biggest drop since 2008 as demand sags

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$PBTS making a list of companies that are impressive in the article linked , those companies include $MU $SOBR $MSFT $AAPL $UNH $PLTR and on and on.

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2023-02-17 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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Checking out artificial intelligence stocks like: $AI $MU $SOBR $PBTS or even options on $AAPL $TSLA and $NVDA great article here with some of the best: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/10-hot-tech-stocks-buy-182738480.html

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Checking out artificial intelligence stocks like: $AI $MU $SOBR $PBTS or even options on $AAPL $TSLA and $NVDA great article here with some of the best: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/10-hot-tech-stocks-buy-182738480.html

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Morning Briefing 🌞 Feb 15th 2023 - Made insane gains yesterday, let's see if we're right again

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2023-02-09 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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2023-02-07 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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$MU :: Micron potentially headed back to $54 on a 61.8% retracement. Let's see!

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Overhead Supply on the 1-hour chart for $MU? Pretty sure those that bought higher are now going to be looking for a way out here on Micron. $NVDA earnings and recent downgrades in the industry should prove to be enough.

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2023-01-23 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays) DD

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Valuing Semiconductor manufacturers and a look at INTC, AMD, TSM and MU

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Preliminary 4Q'22 Samsung sales and operating profit - Misses on all $AAPL $MU $WDC

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Entering the Golden Age for PUT Selling

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(12/28) Wednesday's Stock Market Movers & News

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Next move for my options position

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News for Regards Dec 22

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Stock Market Today (as of Dec 22, 2022)

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Tickers of Interest

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Micron Technology $MU earnings play

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Thoughts on my starting portfolio?

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Which of these active stocks will outperform in 2023?

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2022-11-14 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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I was talking to one of the Major Flash vendor, TLDR; NAND Flash is about to crash

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Square Stock, Tesla Stock, Boeing Stock

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GME is so forced now

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Gameplan for when China invades Taiwan

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Why MU is going up? Any good news?

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Mohnish Pobrai is extremely overrated and is not actually a long term value investor

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Lets review INTC... again.

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AMD revenue warning signals deep chip slump; shares currently down 10%

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AMD revenue warning signals deep chip slump; shares currently down 10%

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another round of tax loss harvesting?

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Micron Technologies is likely this week's earnings lottery winner.

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Imagine you have to buy 1 of these 6 stocks and hold until 2040. Which one do you pick? ($META $NIO $RIVN $MU $XPEV $SPOT)

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Risky Strategy: Selling and Re-Purchasing to Reduce Cost Basis During a Crash

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MU VS INTC stocks

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Buying 10 stocks in one industry verse investing in an ETF?

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$MU would of made 2k+…

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Kathy Manning bought thousands in chip company stocks one day before voting to pass CHIPS Act

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Dem Rep. Kathy Manning bought thousands in chip company stocks one day before voting to pass CHIPS Act

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Today's Plan on /ES - Emini S&P 500 plus CPI is today!

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CPI is Today!!! /ES - Emini S&P 500 Levels

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CHIPS Act was signed

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After Nvidia, Micron warns on Q4 sales due to macroeconomic factors and supply chain constraints

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Where did qualified dividend go?

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might be done with this. MSFT calls, MA calls, MU calls.

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The Chips Act and why listening to Intel beg makes it hard to invest.

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Advice on the following stocks

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Full Mode Degen - Puts on TSM

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Why are some semi book value so low?

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GTII shareholders take it to next level and right to the SEC's doorstep!

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Semi Stocks Crashing: Buying opportunity??

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What are earnings estimates really?

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0DTE Scalpers Delight: MU, TSLA, and AMD

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Buying $MU calls tomorrow at open!

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With stocks on the decline, which Semi-Conductor company is the best buy right now?

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Micron MU earnings discussion

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$MU Earnings -- Anyone else share a positive outlook on it?

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Here is a Market Recap for today Monday, June 27, 2022

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Weekly Preview: Earnings to Watch This Week (MU, NKE, WBA)

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Expected moves this week: SPY, QQQ, Nike, Micron, Occidental, Exxon and more.

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Precious baby $MU…

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Weekly Market Brief for 6/6/2022

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Thoughts on MU, CROX, and COF?

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7 tech stocks that are most worthy of "cheap": Micron's forward price-earnings ratio is only 5.8 times

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I’m done gambling

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APPlife Digital’s E-Commerce Grooming Supplies Shop for Men Rooster Essentials Realizes Over 600% Increase in Sales

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What stocks you see as a good opportunity right now?

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So many opportunities for long-term investors

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Bit of DD on Micron (MU). Thoughts?

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NVDA, AMD, MU et. al

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How do we feel about cheap chip stocks?

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Does Debit Spread have protection for IV crash in earning play?

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I put together a list of the top 10 publicly traded semiconductor companies in the US. Which company's stock are you bullish on?

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NVDA double authorized shares for acquisition

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NVDA doubles authorized shares

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I put together a list of the top 8 publicly traded semiconductor companies in the U.S. with lots of details. Which company's stock do you like?

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AMD vs NVDA vs MRVL

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Can someone explain what the deal with $MU is?

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Analysts vs Semi ?

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Analysis: Poor Entry Action/Re-Action

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Micron's second-quarter revenue beat estimates, but shares fell -4%. Does this mean MU and tech stocks are about to fall?

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Micron Technology's Q2 revenue beat expectations, but the stock fell -4%. Does it mean that MU and tech stocks are about to fall?

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Micron(MU) down after earnings? Seriously?

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Does MU strong earnings report provide any signal on the forward health of the microchip industry as a whole?

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(3/30) Wednesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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MU Stocktwits and Twitter Sentiment Trends

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Micron Stock Is Rallying. Earnings and the Outlook Were Strong.

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Everyone talking about GME but I'm betting it all on ol' faithful $MU

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$MU Micron earnings report

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3/28 WATCHLIST

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Expected moves this week: SPY, QQQ, LULU, MU, CHWY, and more.

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what da hell bahby

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BRUH.

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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SiliconMotion of the Ocean - Mega Memory Upside Round 2 ($SIMO)

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This like my 3rd day in a row posting this. Yall don't sleep on MU!!! Its gearing up for earnings and its gonna pop hard. $90 for sure.

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I believe MU relies on UMC as well.

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!banbet MU +10% 5w

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I was going to buy MU but after seeing this I’ve decided not to

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MU been quietly building momentum 🚀 Gonna explode on earnings day!

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Good ol JNUG, I remember MU days as well. And the Guh kid.

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MU quietly making a comeback….earnings in a week.

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>CHINA'S AVIATION REGULATOR ISSUES REPORT ON INVESTIGATION INTO CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES' MU5735 CRASH ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2023-03-20 ^07:05:29 ^EDT-0400

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Decided I want to reduce my portfolio allocation to individual stocks and reinvest the proceeds back into index funds. I got serious about investing at the end of 2021 (great timing I know) and while I still want to devote a small portion of my portfolio to stock picks, I admit I got carried away early on and ended up holding about 35 different companies at one point. I've trimmed that down to 28 now, but I'm still wasting too much time stressing over earnings calls and company-specific risks. Currently I have about 40% of my portfolio in individual stocks but I'd like to cut that down to 20-25% by the end of this year, though I'll hold certain positions longer if I can avoid realizing losses or paying unnecessary taxes. After the recent mini-rally in tech I am now at break even or slightly positive on a number of stocks including ABNB, AMD, CRM, MSFT, MU, SPOT, and TTD. Seems like a good time to decide which of these tickers I should reduce exposure to, sell completely, or hold for the long term. I'm also bagholding others including UPST (-68%) and ZIM (-53%) which I'm not sure if I should just cut loose or hold and hope for better days (these were by far my worst picks at the valuations they were at). I'm done with stock picking going forward unless I have really strong conviction in a company or I feel the risk/reward ratio is overwhelmingly in its favor and it has multibagger potential. Just wondering out loud trying to figure out my exit strategies at this point...tempted to just cut loose all the tickers I listed above at Monday open (together they make up about 10% of my overall portfolio). I'm not really trying to time the market, I just want more peace of mind by putting that money into index funds instead (though I'd likely DCA the proceeds over the next several months given the current market volatility). However, of the stocks I listed above, I'm most inclined to keep AMD, CRM, and TTD.... AMD because I respect Lisa Su and think they'll continue taking market share from Intel and compete with NVDA for the foreseeable future, CRM because I think with all those activist investors and Marc Benioff returning as CEO the company is hyper focused on increasing profitability, and TTD because despite their lofty valuation they have a massive TAM and are destroying earnings every quarter with significant tailwinds once we get past this bearish cycle. I'm welcome to any and all thoughts including roasting me for my previous stock picks 😂

Sorry in advance for this long comment but just need to get my thoughts out there. Decided I want to reduce my portfolio allocation to individual stocks and reinvest the proceeds back into index funds. I got serious about investing at the end of 2021 (great timing I know) and while I still want to devote a small portion of my portfolio to stock picks, I admit I got carried away early on and ended up holding about 35 different companies at one point. I've trimmed that down to 28 now, but I'm still wasting too much time stressing over earnings calls and company-specific risks. Currently I have about 40% of my portfolio in individual stocks but I'd like to cut that down to 20-25% by the end of this year, though I'll hold certain positions longer if I can avoid realizing losses or paying unnecessary taxes. After the recent mini-rally in tech I am now at break even or slightly positive on a number of stocks including ABNB, AMD, CRM, MSFT, MU, SPOT, and TTD. Seems like a good time to decide which of these tickers I should reduce exposure to, sell completely, or hold for the long term. I'm also bagholding others including UPST (-68%) and ZIM (-53%) which I'm not sure if I should just cut loose or hold and hope for better days (these were by far my worst picks at the valuations they were at). I'm done with stock picking going forward unless I have really strong conviction in a company or I feel the risk/reward ratio is overwhelmingly in its favor and it has multibagger potential. Just wondering out loud trying to figure out my exit strategies at this point...tempted to just cut loose all the tickers I listed above at Monday open (together they make up about 10% of my overall portfolio). I'm not really trying to time the market, I just want more peace of mind by putting that money into index funds instead (though I'd likely DCA the proceeds over the next several months given the current market volatility). However, of the stocks I listed above, I'm most inclined to keep AMD, CRM, and TTD.... AMD because I respect Lisa Su and think they'll continue taking market share from Intel and compete with NVDA for the foreseeable future, CRM because I think with all those activist investors and Marc Benioff returning as CEO the company is hyper focused on increasing profitability, and TTD because despite their lofty valuation they have a massive TAM and are destroying earnings every quarter with significant tailwinds once we get past this bearish cycle. I'm welcome to any and all thoughts including roasting me for my previous stock picks 😂

Decided I want to reduce my portfolio allocation to individual stocks and reinvest the proceeds back into index funds. I got serious about investing at the end of 2021 and while I still want to devote a small portion of my portfolio to stock picks, I admit I got carried away and ended up holding about 35 different companies at one point. I've trimmed that down to 28 now, but I'm still wasting too much time stressing over earnings calls and company-specific risks. Currently I have about 40% of my portfolio in individual stocks but I'd like to cut that down to 20-25% by the end of this year, though I'll hold certain positions longer if I can avoid realizing losses or paying unnecessary taxes. After the recent mini-rally in tech I am now at break even or slightly positive on a number of stocks including ABNB, AMD, CRM, MSFT, MU, SPOT, and TTD. Seems like a good time to decide which of these tickers I should reduce exposure to, sell completely, or hold for the long term. I'm also bagholding others including UPST (-68%) and ZIM (-53%) which I'm not sure if I should just cut loose or hold and hope for better days (these were by far my worst picks at the valuations they were at). I'm done with stock picking going forward unless I have really strong conviction in a company or the risk/reward ratio is overwhelmingly in its favor giving it multibagger potential. Just wondering out loud trying to figure out my exit strategies at this point...tempted to just cut loose all the tickers I listed above at Monday open. I'm not really trying to time the market, I just want more peace of mind by putting that money into index funds instead (though I'd likely DCA the proceeds over the next several months given the current market volatility).

I think you meant MU & TSMC

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F Why Eye: MU 2 the muunnn

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Can somebody explain why AMD, NVDA, Microsoft and Google were all green today, but almost everything else was red? (yes, a few others like TSM, QCOM, ADBE, ASML and MU also green) Bonus Question: What's going on with semiconductors lately? Everybody super bullish on semis?

$META $NIO $TSLA $AMZN $WIMI $SQ $F $MU Needs more volume to continue the uptrend,boys that’s the way I feel right now anyway

There are good and bad rumors, but we have to judge them based on the actual news. $AMD $NVDA $SPY $WIMI $MU $F $TSLA https://www.newstrail.com/chatgpt-will-stimulate-humanoid-robot-technology-wimi-witnesses-the-coming-of-ai-era/

[$SQ](https://twitter.com/search?q=%24SQ&src=cashtag_click) [$MU](https://twitter.com/search?q=%24MU&src=cashtag_click) [$F](https://twitter.com/search?q=%24F&src=cashtag_click) [$ZM](https://twitter.com/search?q=%24ZM&src=cashtag_click) [$SPY](https://twitter.com/search?q=%24SPY&src=cashtag_click) [$WIMI](https://twitter.com/search?q=%24WIMI&src=cashtag_click) Investing is a lot like fishing, you can't guarantee that you will catch a fish after you cast your rod, so make sure you take every investment seriously

I’ve 600 shares of MU at a cost basis of $86 (whoops) in a IRA….it’s possible we’re at the bottom of a DRAM cycle and I should just hold and wait but the stock is just dead. Looking for ideas on maybe scaling out of this position? Could just wait it out but it could be years before I breakeven…

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At least INTC has a smart engineer leading them instead of some idiot scammer like MU.

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Why do investors still buy trash stocks like MU when there are much better companies like AMD and TXN? I think people get lured in by 'fundamentals' without realizing that MU is a classic value trap.

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2021? That sucked, I miss 2017 long $MU

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MU $60c 3-17

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I m3an they just printed 0.88 a share, didn't have sexy guidance, and have the mlimevitable PE contraction coming up that will hit them. I'd much rather buy AMD or MU than NVDA so I'd want a really good price to touch nvda. I also have a 200 target for QQQ so take anything I say with a very bearish grain of salt

Calls on MU.

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Thanks hardy the MU 3/17 $60 calls you recommended are fucked. Come visit me at the Wendy's so i can give you some special sauce with your meal.

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I hold MU due to potential government grift from the Chip ACT. Needless to say I'm in the red so yeah I understand this isn't the best reason to buy something lol.

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What happened to MU?

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Don't forget the nearly daily angst threads about MU. Also some NVDA sprinkled in

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Lots of chips act news out today. Mentions: INTC, MU, TSMC, Samsung, IBM https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/chips-act-what-companies-need-to-do-to-get-their-share/ar-AA1828y6

I've been recently dabbling with 0DTE SPX credit spreads (not many can afford the $400K to trade 1 contract naked!) and it has generally been working well with a few stop outs. See this video from Tammy Chambliss who has done a lot of research and shows how she has been trading these: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4MU5qfI468](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4MU5qfI468) The premiums are very small compared to the risk. I think the idea is that these trades are very short duration and over time having more winning trades than losing ones is what to shoot for. Longer duration 7-30+ DTE trades would be much like any other ticker except there is no early assignment risk and SPX does offer a tax advantage, but this can be offset some by the extra exchange fees charged.

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https://youtu.be/HN4bgqKq2MU

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I have 100% win rate lifetime selling Naked PUTs since July 2021. 2023 YTD: by week 5, 48 for 48. Just end of week 8, still 100% win rate. See all 5 weeks of trade here: [https://www.reddit.com/r/thetagang/comments/10nm1to/jan\_2023\_making\_a\_breakthrough\_progress\_note\_on/](https://www.reddit.com/r/thetagang/comments/10nm1to/jan_2023_making_a_breakthrough_progress_note_on/) I do mostly blue chips: really into AMZN and GOOG. I like MMM, TROW, and MU, too. I sell 2-3 week DTEs for 0.40 to 1.15 per contract.

Lmfao@ALL YOU REDDIT MU FUKAS!!!!!! This is why I’m here. Lmfao. Unreal

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MU for 20 years?

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My thoughts on MU are pretty outdated, I haven’t looked at their balance sheet even in at least a year, partly because I saw the music stopping for speculative growth. They’ve weathered the storm better than most just looking at their stock price. BRKB is a lot like an ETF in that they have their own holdings as well. Your portfolio is really the most heavily influenced by apple because it’s the largest holding of your vanguard etf This isn’t a bad thing, just something I noticed.

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I [19m] have been dripping €500 a month for the last five months, I’m looking to keep everything invested for at least 20 years. If this was your account, what would you change? VWCE 30% VUSA. 30% MSFT. 10% MU. 5% BRK.B. 5% NVDA. 5% FTNT. 5% ORGN. 5% RKLB. 5%

15%. 15% on those earnings. AMD up 5%. TSM up 5%. MRVL up 4%. MU up 3.5%. ASML 2.5%. This is just ridiculous.

I remember when MU was the og wsb stonk

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Plenty of tech manufacturers hire Chinese, and they compete just fine. AAPL, MSFT, NVDA, LRCX, QCOM, AMD, MU, and even TSMC all hire Chinese. Intel's the odd one out here in their bigotry, and they're rightfully suffering for it.

$MU 90s

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Further to my last post, my watchlist companies that are already over analysts' 12 month targets (=negative price expectations/good shorts)...REGN, GM, SI, MTH, HPQ, MU, ROKU, UAL, W, SPOT

MU with that regard strength

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He owns PSG also, champion league rules prevent him from buying MU. Unless he can bribe the "unbribable" UEFA

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All my real Gs invest in MU. Don’t stop believing! MU $100 C.

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America 2.0 the next Industrial Revolution. Artificial intelligence PLNTR MU PATH smart batteries PLUG QS smart cities PSTG Roblox for metaverse no leaving house Coinbase crypto is the future of financial technology 3D printing to make stuff like cars and houses from plastic DDD SSYS

$MU 90c can't go tits up! We've been making this play for 10 years!

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The point of the sub isnt to be degenerate gambler, its to have plays that are high rewards. Which usually involves high risk. You can absolutely have year long plays as long as it earns an outsized payout. GME was a multi-year long play (iirc theres plays dated to 2018s flash bear market), so are cyclic plays with chip stocks like AMD and NVDA, though MU was way more popular back in the days

MU pleas fly again

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MU to $60!!! Ironically I think I’m still treading water on my martymoho-inspired MU stock buys of 2018

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MU please burn

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This one and MU were the only WSB memes I actually bought into. At least I made some money on MU.

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Debating keeping my 3/17 MU 57.5p or selling

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I was at Micron. Also puts on MU. They just fired their best people.

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lolllll that MU shilling was something else wasnt it

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> Powell isn't telling you the rates are being cut soon and neither is the bond market That’s not what equities are hearing when he talks 🤷‍♂️ Today I heard him say risk remains to going higher with rates. QT going for at least 2 more years. Some banks also said they’re prepping for 6% terminal. But here we are I said everything you did more than 5% ago in the nasdaq. What news is going to cause the market to go down. Fed talk hasn’t, data points haven’t, earnings haven’t Chips are ridiculous. I’ve seen just about every chip maker miss and / or guide much below estimates besides ASML and TSM. MU, INTC, NXPI, QCOM, AMD, On, LTRX. Hell INTC and AMD both withdrew full year guidance. AMD said data center is so bad that next quarter growth will be negative double digits. Got rewarded with +15% the next day The feeling I get now is the same I had in 2020-2021 when it just went up in a straight line. It’s just buy the dip mode, macro be damned

$MU was an excellent example of quality DD that went horribly wrong.

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For the intellects that like to draw lines and read patterns - MU inverse H&S looks like it could play out.

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# Tickers of Interest - TL;DR **Gamma Max Cross** * [CVNA](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#CVNA) 03/17 12.5P for $3.10 or less * [NCLH](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#NCLH) 03/17 16P for $0.80 or less * [MS](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#MS) 03/17 97.5P for $1.95 or less * [CRM](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#CRM) 03/17 165P for $5.75 or less * [ZIM](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#ZIM) 03/17 20P for $0.95 or less **Delta Neutral Cross** * [MU](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#MU) 03/17 62.5C for $1.90 or less * [KRE](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#KRE) 03/17 64P for $1.65 or less * [PANW](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#PANW) 03/17 155P for $5.85 or less * [COP](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#COP) 03/17 110C for $3.25 or less * [GDXJ](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#GDXJ) 03/17 37C for $1.75 or less # Trading Thesis - Why These Crayons Taste Better Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today. This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0. For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both. It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals. The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV. # Notes - Something to give you a new wrinkle * If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Something changed between the time these plays were generated and market open. * Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion. * I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in. * The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact. New price movement may invalidate the original thesis. # FAQ - Because others have already asked. * These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear? * No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level. * Are you entering all these plays? * No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn. * You mentioned a new play on the same ticker in the past. What does that mean? * The new play should replace the old play. The old play is likely now invalid and if you haven't entered in, don't chase the price. Remember that a new day's worth of data has been produced and the newer play reflects that data, the older play does not. * Where are the crayons? I only see words. * Click the links above. * Have you back-tested this? * Yes. Results show a moderate Sharpe Ratio (1.7), with an expected win rate of 63% of trades (7% margin of error) * What is the historical performance? * The realized Sharpe Ratio is 1.88 with a 66% win rate. Based on the trade performance so far, there is a 95% chance the expected win rate will be between 60% and 78%. (Stats as of 2023-01-31)

GME, BBBY, MU. Yeah, this sub cheerleads pretty good.

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I remember when people used to brag about quick money made off a $11->13$ move on AMD and then just endless MU hyper

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MU is intriguing

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AMZN has a lower 5 year return than MU. Imagine losing to a shitty semiconductor company when you literally own AWS.

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I like waste management WM right now and micron technology MU

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It’s an old infographic that floated around WSB back when Wiz Daddy was all the rage and MU was on a tear. I want to say circa 2019, 2020?

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what the hell is MU

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I bought AMD NVDA and MU when they tanked a few months back. Glad I did 😂

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$MU lmao what a fucking stock that was

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Meanwhile $MU is red lmao, worst stock ever.

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I literally can’t make money even tho I’m a bull. The two I try on MU and ENPH shit the bed while every single stock flies

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What’s MU

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Of course I already pussy sold all my MU calls FUCK

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Everything flies but shit MU again yay

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Why I haven’t taken profits on both MU pumps is beyond me

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MU can suck my fucking cock

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I always find it amusing that MU hitting $90 or so was the market top

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Sometimes MU just lags. I've done what you did before and found I just had to wait a bit for it to catch up. But who knows

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Why did I think MU would be a good sympathy play for $AMD? This thing sucks cock for calls. Every semi stock flying but this why??

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MU can suck my cock. Figured it would run with all the other semis. NOPE.

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Funny how every single semi mooning besides MU, which is the only I have calls for

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How come MU not running with semis ?

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