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> investment portfolio. Hopefully I will get some money back from my RBLX what is an investment portfolio? i lost 132k after joining wsb. i was fine before that - accumulating 132k in 9 months. i have a gambling list - dont know about portfolio.
My portfolio shrunk to only RBLX and MSFT. Lost $120k since I joined WSB. Not going to BS here.. i fell for the numerous Pump and Dump.. last year was my first year of trading. Now I am going to slowly build investment portfolio. Hopefully I will get some money back from my RBLX calls before those expire in July.
The answer lies on something you see in these forums quite often- FUTURES ARE STUPID/GHEY/LIE etc. Why - equity futures markets are thinly traded and don't represent necessarily the trading day (no shit!). Overlay tons of angst in the market cuz Jan 2022 and this is what happened. In summary \- 4:00PM: A hedge fund reads the information and starts dumping a block after block of MSFT with no buyers, the bids are lower and lower. They spook everyone and drive the price lower. \- MSFT GUIDED PRIOR TO EARNINGS THEY WOULD REVIEW the EARNINGS and Give Guidance at 5:30PM EST (2:30 PM PST) . What did they do - their CFO \- MSFT recovers as the forward guidance is a slower than expected. They aren't growth stock, but should have gone up 10% (the size of their recovery) and made those 300C print. But yeah, thank the hedge fund/asset manager for dipping it initially. Bottom Line: Expect price action upwards prior to JPOW's testimony like IBM (slow burn up). No guarantee's after, but they won't get decimated unlike RBLX and Semi's (etc)0 either way.
Well i am guilty of some emotional trading too. But what i did was sell off stocks i had bought for quick gains but ended up selling them low like RBLX, NVTS etc. Should have gotten out early. But i rotated the money from it to financial, oil, and consumer. Learnt the lesson about splitting the portfolio the correct way. Basically index funds plus stocks you know should be held on for longer. The other ipo and gain stocks should be exited once enough profit is made. I really wished for a platform that would help me sector rotate though. Robinhood is shit for that Good thing is i gained nothing lost nothing. My All time gains are 0 lol. But those stocks are bound to go up sometime. Fingers crossed.
I think it’s too short sited to completely stay away from pre-earnings companies. You limit your risk definitely but also your potential gains. If I could put my money where my mouth is I’d go all in on RBLX, but I’ve accepted I’m bad at stock picking so I’m being cautious for the time being, but I can’t fault anyone for wanting to take a flyer on a stock with big future growth potential
Judging by the lack of daily comments regarding $UPST, COIN, AFRM, RIVN, NIO, SPCE, ASTS, FIGS, APPL, NVDA and RBLX that my portfolio is looking good today. Whew I was worried.
Through all the drops and small corrections last year, even through beginning of this year, I was confident that these are just small bumps and the market will be green again. I'm not sure now, I think the time has come and the bubble is bursting. Party is over. I closed all my positions, even the very recent ones (RBLX, HUT), my porftolio is 45% down since October. I think I found a limit to my loss tolerance today. IMHO the selloff is not over, I will take a break for a while.
If you are still confident in RBLX, have you considered rolling down the strike on your call now that the stock is cheaper? Maybe, this is something to consider rather than going right to doubling. Both doubling and rolling down require pumping in some more cash, but rolling down probably requires less new cash, stands a better probability of profit, but will likely involve less gain if the stock really bolts. Also, you might want to game out the timing and see if you want to wait until after earnings (Feb 15 after the close). If the stock returns to say $90 either in the lead-up to the earnings or once the earnings are known, you'll probably be much happier with your position. If it drops to $40 Feb. 16, you'd then be doubling / rolling down with that baked in (cheaper premia). Also, all else equal, IV will be a tiny bit lower with earnings out of the way, making premia cheaper still. If you're done with RBLX and definitely want out, it seems there's no time like the present. In your shoes and if you still like Roblox, I'd wait until earnings are out since it's nearly here. If I didn't get the uptick I like, look at rolling down. I'm relatively new (< 2 years in options); so, maybe take with a grain of salt =) Just trying to offer an idea or two. Good luck.
You paid extra for a 2023 expiration and extra runway to allow time for your forecast to come true or for a recovery to happen. If you are going to panic with nearly a year of runway left, why did you bother to pay extra for such a far out expiration? It's like ordering a supersized drink and then only taking one sip from it and throwing the rest away. Market downturns happen. They don't last forever. If this one lasts a whole year, we're going to have a lot more to worry about than the value of RBLX stock. If you are certain RBLX will recover with high conviction, absolutely double down and buy the dip. If you are uncertain and worried, just hold. If you are convinced will take more than a year to recover or will never recover, just dump the position while it still has $1.70 in value. Keeping $1.70 is going to look like a lot of money if the call ends up being worth $.69.
Hi, looking for some advice on a position I have open. I bought a RBLX Jan23 100C LEAP at $4.50. Fast forward today and it is now at $1.7. I know this may not have been the smartest play but just looking for advice on how to mitigate damage or spin this in a positive way. Do I just double down on this option and average down? Do I attempt to sell weekly calls to lower my cost basis? Both of these seem risky to me but just looking for some advice. Thanks.
Love her or hate her (nobody cares), Nancy Pelosi loves her some LEAPs. (Not a political statement; she is worth something like $200+ million, which along with her position, means she gets the advice reserved for a select handful of beautiful people. And, she and her team use LEAPs to pretty good advantage.) She/Her team added these in December: * CRM $210 c Jan 2023 (stock was in the $250s when this was put in, now $219) * GOOG $2000 c Sep 2022 * RBLX $100 c Jan 2023 (v small position; she put this in place when it was $102/sh, now $68) * MU $50 c Sep 2022 * DIS $130 c Sep 2022. Notice how her guy/gal buys all of these pretty deep itm--that's a pro who knows deep itm suffers less time decay and provides a steadier ride in a month like this; all that is had in exchange for more cash upfront. The uber-rich/powerful like to pay the reasonable fee up front and then be left alone until you return, bend the knee, and present the statement showing their money doubled. Over coffee. On their lanai. Birds chirping. Keep in mind these holdings are <5% of her net worth. January's report will be interesting to see what she disposed of / added this month. Source: https://disclosures-clerk.house.gov//public\_disc/ptr-pdfs/2021/20020106.pdf