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$NVDA credit spreads 110K max loss… Looking for ideas. Will probably open at a 80K loss.

MASSIVE and i mean MASSIVE comeback

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Regarding the most feasible education investment option for my kids

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A graph of why I'm bullish on the PC gaming industry

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Might be a move for one of these. $MSFT, NVDA

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Thoughts on my starting portfolio?

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2 cent $AFFU expecting hyper growth with "Smart Brain" that controls cities

Looking for details about selling naked calls

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Why Buffet just bought 60m Shares of TSMC, and should you?

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$AFFU OneMind 'Master Brain' featured at world's largest smart city expo by $DELL and $NVDA

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(11/17) Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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NVDA is expected to have close to 0% revenue growth from their FY 2022 to FY 2023

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NVDA is expected to have close to 0% revenue growth from their FY 2022 to FY 2023

Recap of NVDA Earnings. Mixed results

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NVDIA Earnings.....

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In Lisa Su we trust. Part 2. Short $NVDA

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Midday Update: locked in NVDA puts gainz.. still holding XOM puts 👙 thong strong!

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$NVDA calls time.

Let's talk about Nvdia earnings and what type of numbers we can expect

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Let's talk about what we might see for Nvdia Earnings numbers wise

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$NVDA calls time. 🚀🚀🚀

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$NVDA trade recap

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Still alive, all or nothing on this one boys (NVDA ER YOLO)

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NVDA and XOM puts update 15Nov: The burn is better than working on a ThighMaster 😭

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@NVDA reports earning today

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You’re all fucking insane

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If Buffett is buying TSMC he is not anticipating a China-US war.

Nvidia (NVDA) closed +15% last week as tech stocks rallied following the latest cooler-than-expected CPI print. NVDA set to release its earnings report on Wednesday (11/16) after close. Do you think NVDA will open higher on Thurs (11/17) than its closing price on Wed (11/16)?

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Expected Moves This Week, SPY, QQQ, Nvidia, Cisco, Walmart and more

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Got some AFRM and NVDA puts after learning about options trading last evening. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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NVDA Earnings Play (11/16/2022)

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Looking back at today's market day, what kind of start will tomorrow be?

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$NVDA puts time ! including earnings report. Rest of the options will decide on earnings day.

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Hey, warriors. Stock market is soaring, are you buying stocks today?

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Fulfillment speed trading capacity

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Cathie wood unloads her NVDA position ahead of Q3. Load up the puts Apes!!

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NVIDIA top cards burning in computers...

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$AABB DD and chart

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A Case for the 2022 Bottom, but continual 2023 Bear Market

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Ban bet! NVDA to 108 or lower before 12/2. 🧨

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MSFT GOOGL and AAPL are still all beating the market!

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Powell did exactly as i thought yesterday which makes me even more bullish now

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What’s on your shopping list?

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NVIDIA (NVDA) should NOT be this price!

Reddit's Sentiment going into AMD Earnings Call

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Semiconductors once more very strong

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$NVDA might need to recall their new 4090 GPUs

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Puts on NVDA?

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$CAR and $ABNB

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The market's reaction to big tech last week. Are funds starting to buy the QQQ dip? A look at FAANG institutional flow.

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When NVDA was 330, Cramer said the stock price was heading to 4000 😂

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Cramer calls the top in NVDA at 320

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Which one of you NVDA bag holders is responsible for this?

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What happens if AAPL and AMZN beat?

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Thoughts on Intel for Thursday Earnings?

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Had 630 NVDA $125 calls exp 10/28, sold too soon as usual, but sold up 50k after being down almost 70k, any suggestions for next 100k bet on call options?

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I used to laugh at your loss porn, now here I am…

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Name your best plays (preferably around the 10x range or better), including the stock/direction, percent return, and any other context such as why you made the play or equity

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MVIS - Lasers are the future and the future is NOW!!

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The Art Of Buying High And Selling Low By The Queen, -%12 NVDA In 1 Month

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NVDA GPU prices are skyrocketing ...

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The curse has been lifted, long NVDA

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NVDA killed Moores Law

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NVDA still riding with that red

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Were we all lied to ?

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SLT Core Portfolio: $NVDA - From Chip Player to Full-Stack Accelerated Computing Platform Builder

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I am bearish on NVDA. I see pre COVID prices retest.

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Stepped in and Purchased NVDA today - good buy?

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DD on NVDA

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Shorting puts and losing money

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Advice: Take losses? Hold? Panic!? DCA?

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Should I stop the bleeding? Or am I just buying high and selling low?

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WALL Street Weekly: Semiconductors Rise & Fall $NVDA/$AMD 🤯 MULN Stock U...

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Lets review INTC... again.

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$TSMC : earnings coming up

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$TSMC : earnings coming up

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Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) Earnings

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Buying tech is is litrelaly the best thing you can do at the moment part 3

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Instagram ads be whack, anyways regards should I invest in NVDA as it has grown so much?

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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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Apple, Google, Meta, NVDA, Amazon, and AMD are all going to 0

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Short term traders: What are your favorite and least favorite stocks to trade in this market

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AMD sees lower Q3 revenue as PC market slump worse than expected

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97% win rate. 122 closed trades. $6500 net profit in 3 weeks. 14% accumulative net return. Positions included.

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House Puts Off Vote to Limit Lawmakers’ Stock Trades, Casting Doubt on Prospects

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Bear comments on Google: Ballmer-era Microsoft?

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What are the chances the S&P500 is headed to 2400 over the next 18 months and are you prepared for it mentally?

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another round of tax loss harvesting?

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If you expect choppy waters in the market, why not daytrade a megacap that you'd be fine getting stuck with? (hold instead of sell 4 loss)

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What is the point of holding stocks over options?

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Alright jesus christ how are you all not jacked to the tits on NVDA puts??

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Stocks for upcoming rally

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Since math 101 is on trend, lets do another one.

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After hours market movement

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$TSLA, $AAPL, and $AMZN have yet to revisit their bear market lows, while the S&P 500 and QQQ already have. Will these stocks follow the rest of the market?

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NVDA yesterday unreal lmao

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Wait it out and hope the price drops down between now and expiration. I don't think NVDA will hold until Friday, especially after running up this quick. Of course the jobs report will determine that. I warn against trades like these. High risk, low reward plays that benefit from an unlikely event from occurring since you make the strikes far out-the-money. Works most of the time until the black swan event to your position happens. I hope you get out of this trade with a win, but understand that your max loss at expiration isn't $110K. Your max loss is if NVDA closes above $167.50, but below $170. The short $167.50 calls are in the money and your long $170 calls expires worthless. If this happens, your max loss is $8,375,000. So you want to close these positions out before expiration.

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I love AR/VR and I love hypergrowth tech. I'd still pass on this company. META, NVDA, Microsoft, ByteDance, and every big automaker is already deep in this tech, I highly doubt that a $50 million company can compete with them. It seems like they are not profitable, so the current economy is also highly against them.

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Details: NVDA credit spreads 167.5/170. Bought 500 of those for 0.3 credit and max loss 2.2 per contract. Max gain is 15K if NVDA closes under 167.5 (very unlikely). Max loss 110K if it closes above 170.

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Yet NVDA went up 9% today. Unfucking believable

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I am down 100K because of bearish credit spreads on NVDA and if this thing doesn’t lose 2% by Friday, I’m going bankrupt… I’m ruined

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NVDA with 8% though ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4275)

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NVDA looks like it will clear the $180 level pretty fast. RIP those $160 Puts.

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i guess thats the big question. alot of stuff is pushing out of channels or nearing 200 emas. personally i'm going to try NVDA puts tomorrow dec 30 150 strike.

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Should NVDA be at 170?

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NVDA up 50% since Cramer sold at the bottom

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I look at NVDA and I can only ask myself, how did we get back to euphoria so quickly? Are we not actually heading into a recession?

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Keep shorting it more. Bound to work eventually. *Sincerely,* *NVDA bagholder*

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NVDA is a tough one to trade, up or down. You are better off selling premium for income on NVDA.

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what was your thoughts for NVDA going down?

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Most likely, he can say a lot better than that. Haven't followed his trust lately, but a year ago he sold off tons of cryp2 at all time highs, sold off loads of AMD at $160, sold off all the high multiple stuff that has crashed over the last year. And get this, he rolled that into basically energy and oil stocks. So that trust should have done very well. It held a fair amount of AAPL which would be sort of flat. He held the NVDA too long, but still he sold a bunch much higher than current. He lost on PYPL. But for the most part, his call to cash out of tech at peak and move to energy seems like the trust should have done rather well.

I got bagged with NVDA weekly puts too.

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Never been sicker in my life to be up 1.2K cuz I’m down 50% 400 on NVDA put 🙃

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NVDA is about to hit the 200 EMA on the daily chart. I was considering loading up puts if it shows resistance. that being said, you are only down 26%. Let's hope for some retrace tomorrow!

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So glad I sold all my NVDA shares at 150 from 110! Boy what would I do with that extra profit? Pay taxes on it? HA! Lamé ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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NVDA🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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They’re worth it just so you can learn how the markets work, for when you have more money. Options… you can make a lot with a little bit. Plenty of options made 6-10x today. E.g. if you bought an NVDA $170C for $24 yesterday it would be worth $240 today. But that’s kinda rare it’s much more likely you’ll just lose 100%.

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Tell me more. What technology does NVDA have that will drastically grow their sales over the next decade? How much will their sales grow? I don’t know much about them other than I’ve bought a few of their cards.

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Your good, NVDA will crash back down hard. Wouldn’t be surprised to see it back under $160 by Friday, and sub $150 before the big market crash on Dec 14th. Probably looking at $110-$100 by EOY.

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Well NVDA’s PE is at 78 and most recent analyst ratings are all around 175

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“My 02/17 NVDA calls I just bought are up 80%?!, I better cash out while i’m ahead and get 12/02 puts” - a dumbfuck that goes by u/YouLostMeThere43

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I should really stop playing NVDA. Can never get that one right.

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You coulda bought NVDA at 2pm and sold at 4pm and made more than 4%.

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Padded EPS. Backlog growth and weak forecasting for 2023. It’s like $NVDA except worse.

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Puts on NVDA?! Are you suicidal?

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I fucked up big time on NVDA 167.5/170 call credit spreads. Like big big time. What are my options here? Sell at a huge loss tomorrow? Roll to next month? Next year? Convert it to a more complicated option? Please help

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Everything is down 50% 😂 Meta. NVDA. Basically most of tech.

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I do not recommend buying the $160 put on NVDA. The current price of NVDA is above the breakeven point, so you would likely lose money on this trade. ^^[**Discord**](http://discord.gg/wsbverse) ^^[BanBets](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/banbets/) ^^VoteBot ^^[FAQ](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/votebot/) ^^[Leaderboard](https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/wiki/leaderboard/) ^^- ^^[**Keep_VM_Alive**](https://www.patreon.com/visualmod)

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What a pump. I'm in the green again on NVDA. Didn't expect that before Santa rally.

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I somehow only lost $1000 today and I have completely capitulated out of NVDA puts. Opened the AAPL callels I was considering, a day too late but oh well. This rally has legs

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Nvdia will sell more chips because jpow said what we knew! NVDA 300 eow

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NVDA won’t stop lmaoooo

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think i'm gonna keep trying mid December NVDA puts

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What are you doing step-NVDA

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Lol sold NVDA 12/2 170C up 600%. GG

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How is NVDA about to go to 170 again and AMD almost 80. this is a fucking joke

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NVDA and TSLA puts just completely obliterated 😂😢😭

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Got into NVDA for around $12/share in the 2005 time frame.

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Totally concur on NVDA and their AI/ML opportunity. There are so many reasons: \- First mover advantage \- Huge barriers to entry \- Defacto standard \- Performance and technology leadership \- Lack of competition \- Robust solution/platform \- Lever technology into new segments \- Vertical integration \- Management team and strategic direction \- Very strong balance sheet and financials \- A cash generating machine \- Picks and Shovels type model opposed to point products Happy to discuss any of these subjects in greater detail.

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Netflix or NVDA puts 🤔

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NVDA is burning puts like it’s a improperly seated cable 🔥

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Cramers beloved NVDA so ripe for the puttening 🌈 🐻

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And who’s gonna sell those NVDA chips huh? HUH!?

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NVDA un fucking real

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NVDA at $9. Sold at $16. I know you r jealous.

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NVDA only goes up

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Shhhhhh NVDA go gently into that good night the more you trash the harder it will be

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I completely agree! Anyone who didn't buy NVDA puts off that regarded spike is not black.

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If you didn't buy NVDA puts off that regarded spike you ain't black!

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NVDA looking ripe for puts.

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hmmm NVDA looking ripe for puts.

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Long term I hold the whole market. For short-term taxable fun: I focus on asset allocation and sectors, and select for quality and value within. Financials were highly undervalued for a while, still decent. Communications, RE, and cyclicals are still quite undervalued IMHO. Tech will have great opportunities. I already like MSFT et al., for those more growth oriented and sensitive to interest rates I'll wait a bit. Once that happens, NET, SHOP, ZS, and others show some promise. I like NVDA and NFLX, though they've already risen quite a bit from their nadirs. As cash flows back into riskier items, health care and utilities will underperform quite a bit. Style-wise, small and value looked amazing for a while, now plainly good. Growth presents isolated opportunities. Personally, energy is just a big ball of uncertainty now, and seems to have always been more contingent on geopolitics and weather than fundamentals. Internationally, I like most of the far east. Europe will obviously look good eventually, the question is where the bottom might be. I don't like bottom-timing so I have slowly added small hedged positions. I tend to think EM is primed to really perform well once current morbidities finally relent. I'm staying away from RE for a while longer. That market moves slowly.

Yup, just looking at short term for a pull back, maybe a 50% retracement of this latest run up...so TSM back to $70 and NVDA back to 120's... a higher low than the October low.

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Probably just gunna be email chains from NVDA and TSMC

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NVDA always has weird price action, man.

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wait... how is NVDA a $400billon company?

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who looks at NVDA at 157 and says "yes, this is a good price"

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This market is unreal, said fine I’ll sell my NVDA puts after the minimal 10:30 dump

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Agree. It's not no growth, but I think people are going to have to be a lot more selective and the sort of "GOOG AAPL AMZN AAPL NVDA AMD" portfolio isn't going to be able to be relied upon like it has been for years.

>FANG+ Constituents: \>$AAPL 143.14 -0.75% $AMZN 93.14 -0.86% $BABA 80.06 +5.48% $BIDU 100.66 +6.29% $META 109.57 +0.73% $GOOG 95.57 -0.71% $NFLX 279.44 -0.59% $NVDA 157.88 -0.26% $TSLA 182.16 -0.42% $MSFT 240.92 -0.35% ^IGSquawk ^[@IGSquawk](http://twitter.com/IGSquawk) ^at ^2022-11-29 ^10:03:23 ^EST-0500

Sold my puts. Now holding C147 AAPL, C162.5 NVDA, C400 SPY. Lets go Daddy Powell

NVDA will be 100 P/E soon and regarded wallstreet will still pump it ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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I’ve been testing a directional bet strategy. Strategy: directional butterfly opened day before earnings on weekly series, idea to take low cost high risk/reward bets that take advantage of expensive far otm options to profit large swings in price. Ideal environment is high volatility and high speculation on earnings. What’s cool is you can usually cut loses around -50% or less when wrong and typical profit has been 125-200%, you can be wrong more than you’re right directionally and still win overall. Position is short Vega which hedges your delta/gamma position since no matter what after earnings you gain off IV crush. Typically if the stock doesn’t move much you can still close around opening cost even when it’s entirely otm. Criteria: - VIX is elevated - high liquidity across option chain, high volume and OI - min 350%-400% return on max risk - high IV rank - nearest long leg within implied move - short leg at or outside implied move - ideally penny increment priced (wide bid/ask kills this) - close within an hour after earnings, win or lose, target +125-200% return on risk for wins and cut loses as quick as possible - target 1-2 dte min after ER Qualitative criteria to help pick direction - several past earnings beats/misses bet that direction, look at competitor earnings beat/miss (a peer beat/miss typically drops IV so you can close at small profit if you change your opinion on the direction) - large/mega cap stocks seem to work best - look at put/call skew vs historic and peer group, bet with the skew if it intuitively makes sense - identify catalysts that would magnify ups/downs relative to historical (macro stuff cpi/industry outlook/world events etc.) reasons high IV might still be underpriced - inverse zacks/Barrons/etc. free articles with clear bias near ER - bet sizing should be small, correlated to relatively low confidence in direction pick General idea is to find quick and simple reasons to pick a direction when the return/volatility hurdles present themselves. Example win: WMT 145/150/155 call butterfly opened at $70 debit. Trading around 142 when opened. Closed at $200 credit at open. Direction correct movement within implied move. Example Neutral Loss: NVDA 155/145/135 put butterfly opened at $150 debit. Trading around $161 when opened. After ER direction was right but not magnitude, closed at $147 credit. Short Vegas saved the position since the sold otm contracts lose most of the extrinsic value and near the money long leg retains more value Example total loss: RIVN put butterfly opened at $65 credit and after ER the stock blasted in the opposite direction. Attempted to close but no fill Still dialing in my criteria but it’s been working well in this market.

Back in 2017 jim cramer predicted NVDA would crash after earnings. He was right![img](emote|t5_2th52|4886)

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Your entire "DD" sounds like you just discovered Steam, or you are bagholding one of the companies. Steam is a direct competitor to Microsoft Store, I don't know how you think MSFT would benefit from it when Microsoft Store is doing so shit that MSFT gave up and listed some of their top games like Microsoft Flight Simulator and Minecraft Dungeons on Steam. NVDA is going to eat shit next quarter, their 4000 series aren't flying off the shelf because of all the scandals and shitty engineering, scalpers are struggling to get rid of the 4000 series cards they hoarded. EA and ATVI are some of the most hated gaming companies for consumers on steam, and their event sales are usually one of the lowest. EA is carried by Apex, and ATVI by COD. Both's recent future guidance is dog shit and was already talked about recently. PS5 is doing so bad that SONY went back on their words and started listing console exclusive on PC. Also, Steam is essentially a gamers' equivalent of booze and hoes, top selling games are either triple A games by a big publisher, porn games, or skimpy weeb games by Koei-Tecmo/Capcom/Square Enix. [Top 5 games with the most concurrent players are literally f2p on cosmetic/battle pass system](https://steamcharts.com/). Your post would make sense last year or 2020, not now where all of them are going to take a hit due to economy situation.

TSLA NVDA to doubledigits ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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Have NVDA 152.5p for 12/9 Sell? Down 25% cuz I bought last week

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The odds of the stock ramping in the 31 days you cannot own it again are small. Stop trying to be too cute by half with the options. If you want to preserve your exposure, just buy a different semi stock like MU or NVDA. They all trade in very close tandem.

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fuck me, shoulda all in'd on NVDA puts

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what happen to AMZN , NVDA and TSLA bulls..?? they were on fire at open.!!

NVDA over 160 seems a tad bit expensive

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Just to put things in perspective, people write entire books on these topics, as well as training sites (like Option Alpha) that charge subscription fees for that depth of detail. There's no simple and free recipe for selecting trades and exploiting opportunities -- that's basically the core skill set of a successful trader and may take thousands of trades to master. So best we can do in a Reddit post is point you in the right direction, but you'll have hours and hours of additional study and practice ahead of you. No doubt every single item I list below will raise a couple dozen new questions in your mind, but I can't help you answer those. You'll have to find the answers yourself. That's what pointing in the right direction means. Since you have a bullish bias, you are already in a challenging situation, since the overall market is bearish. There simply may not be any good bull trades of any type whatsoever on a day to day basis. So even with the scheme I summarize below, you may come up empty. To get you started, I will summarize what I do, but please understand, this is only one of about a million different ways to solve these problems. I don't claim it is the best or only way to do this. 1. Start by building a watchlist of underlyings to track (I explain how below). 1. Every trading day, sort the watchlist by IV Rank. Look for IV Rank above 50% (I explain why below). If there are no underlyings that meet that criteria, give up for that day. 1. For every candidate underlying, find the next monthly expiration that is as close to 45 DTE as possible. If there are none close to 45 DTE, drop the candidate and try the next one. 1. For each surviving candidate, examine the option chain for the selected expiration for contracts near 30 delta OTM. If there are none +/- 5 delta, drop the candidate. Or, if the bid/ask spread and volume for that strike is poor (bid/ask spread is more than 20% of the bid and/or volume is 0), drop the candidate. 1. Assuming there are any candidates left, open credit trades on the selected strike and expiration. NOTE: Some of the criteria above can be waived for a high enough conviction trade. You may think that XYZ presents an opportunity that is too good to pass up, even though the fundamentals are shaky and IV Rank is below 50%. The one thing you should never compromise on, however, is the liquidity criteria. If the XYZ 30 delta put has 0 volume and $1.00/$3.00 bid/ask, avoid like the plague. **WATCHLIST** You may find it useful to learn how to analyze stocks and funds for short term trading opportunities. It would take an entire book to explain all the ways to do this, so what I do is first make sure that the candidate company has liquid option trading. If it doesn't offer options at all, or the combined volume of all the options chains is less than 100, it's a non-starter. Then find a good analysis site, like gurufocus.com, and examine the fundamentals of the company. I generally want growth companies that aren't meme stocks and that have reasonable fundamentals, like not too much debt if it is an oil company or tech company, forward earnings are forecast to grow, a reasonable amount of volatility (so not an electric utility or a regional bank), etc., etc. This screening should be guided by a macro-economic thesis, like oil will do well during the Ukraine war, or staple good will do better than luxury items during a recession, etc., and base your screening around that thesis. Learning how to do this will take a lot of time and study and reading of financial news daily. Finally, examine the IV history of a typical option contract (ATM monthly put or call), or the aggregate IV of the underlying if your broker lists that. If the 52-week IV range is narrow, like 10%-12%, there isn't enough volatility to trade, so drop it from the list. If it's decent, like 46%-86% (reading off the NVDA aggregate IV from my broker), it's a keeper. Shoot for about 50 underlyings for your watchlist, give or take 20. You can kick-start your pool of initial candidates by going to barchart.com and looking at [the daily option volume leaders](https://www.barchart.com/options/volume-leaders/stocks) near the end of a market day, because high volume tends to correlate with good liquidity. Screen out any underlyings with share prices less than $10 or higher than you can afford, like BLK going for $700/share. **Alternatives** * Rather than build a watchlist from scratch, some people pay for a screening service, like MarketChameleon.com, to screen for opportunities on a daily basis. They are agnostic to macros and underlyings and just want the top opportunities of whatever the market is offering that day. One day they may trade ABC, the next day XYZ, because the screen turned those up, not that they know or care what ABC or XYZ do. * Other people use Technical Analysis to screen for candidates. That's another rabbit hole that could take hundreds of hours of studying to learn. **WHY IV RANK?** Your goal as a credit trader is to find opportunities to exploit buyers overpaying for volatility. If someone buys a put and pays for 100 units of volatility from you, but by expiration only 50 units of volatility actually happens, you pocket the overpayment. Sellers demand higher premiums for higher volatility, because volatility increases their risk of having to honor the contract when exercised. While IV Rank isn't a perfect predictor of overpaying for volatility, the higher the IV Rank, the more the deck is stacked in your favor. Of course, there is also higher risk that the volatility will actually be realized, or worse, you undersold the volatility (you sold 100 units, but 200 units were realized). More about trading volatility here (although these are delta-neutral approaches, not a bullish bias like you asked for): https://www.reddit.com/r/options/comments/ulvsck/theta_without_delta_intro_to_vol_trading/ https://www.reddit.com/r/options/comments/v67zay/a_guide_to_csps/ ----------------------------- I'll stop here, this is getting long. **I've barely scratched the surface of just one way to approach trade selection**. There are dozens of completely different ways to do this, but even this brief summary was super long. That should give you some idea of what you are in for. Happy studies!

great thing i closed out my NVDA puts and switched them to TSLA

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closed my NVDA poots from last week for a loss it can safely drill now

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NVDA GET BACK IN YOUR TRENCH ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)

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My local microcenter still has 5 RTX 4080s sitting on the shelf as I type. NVDA is going to have a terrible quarter.

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as a high regarded investor, i can say that NVDA pumping is extremely regarded

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