#premarket #watchlist 02/21 $GHSI - $11.1M equity offering, $DKNG- earnings, $QNGY -Orders for Over 1,000 Sensors for IoT Applicati, $NRGV -no news , $ROKU - no news, $CELZ - no news, $PPC - old news, $FRSD - no news ... Also check afterhours runners and low float stocks in my app
I liked her on ROKU because I couldn’t see the reasoning behind a 25% drop in stock value. But Invitae? Essentially pharma. My dislike bias there clouds out any dd interest I might normally do. I consider stocks in that price zone low financial risk anyway. But her enthusiasm on this doesn’t carry the day, only fosters the notion that we can do near stupid spec buying again like it’s last summer.
Don't short Apple. For some reason it is immune to macro uncertainty and boomers are flocking to it as a safe haven. No sellers, everyone just holding long so even if the market does pull back, Apple won't pull back that hard Short NVDA, short ROKU, short garbage stocks when the time is right
Why did we pump so hard?? Everything is pointing to another FED rate hike in September, and this morning's CPI print basically confirmed that they are in the clear to continue to raise rates. The Jobs report last week should have also caused a dip, but it got bought up *immediately* just like this morning. This seems like an obvious top-fish play but IDK how retarded this market is and how much it is going to keep pumping. Probably wait a week or two before scaling into puts if we still see retarded shit like ROKU, NET, COIN, SHOP etc pumping 10-20% a day
trash in my garage has more intrinsic value (as it has food, maybe some coins got in there on accedent, it has a smell unpleasent but still a smell) The moment i saw Roblox everyday on CNBC last year with a 80$ plus price tag was the final conclusion in my 20 years of life im actually witnessing a quarter century bull market. well that and 200$ peleton bike and 500$ ROKU shit box justified by new investor accounts that its worth it. probably did it to.well npw that i think about it a app on a iphone docusign was trading near 300$! i mean guys! its a app that lets you sign things with a signature!! wow lets make it a 100 billipm dollar company. lol its trying to beclme Adobe with one function and almost did over night! no one ever made signatures worth so much before docusign told u to ditch thr pen and pencil. guess we amuse easily during lockdown
Really, equities like TDOC, UPST, SHOP, ROKU, ZOOM, which have declined around 80 to 90%. Lmfao, they maybe up from there somewhat nowhere near what they were. If you held something through a decline of that magnitude, you got no rules to lock in gains. Some issues never return to their highs or anywhere close and eventually get take under or go bankrupt. Another PTON comes to mind. Peace
Not great (especially ENPH), but didn't have a choice. It was either selectively sell or get Margin Called. But at least I'm not Cathie and bought DOCU just before it crashed, or sold COIN at ATL and used the funds to buy ROKU which also then crashed (although that's coming back).
Yeah I'm still down from last year when I took a large loss on ROKU. I have 9600 in there, but have contributed 10.4k, I forgot to max it out last year when I could have. I don't really check my retail and 401k I just set and forget them, I try to look at them every 3 months to see about covered calls but I don't like to focus on the short term market outlooks. I'm hoping I won't get bad beat but if I do then it will serve a lesson
I think ROKU was great previously too but less so now. ROKU is tied to two revenue streams: people having ROKU on their TV as the base OS and people buying/using ROKU services whether via box/stick/etc. For the ROKU OS approach this entirely depends on what consumers buy. If they buy brands that ROKU runs then sure it's great. But if they buy Samsung, Vizio, or LG, then ROKU loses. Worse, that is not a one time loss but a continual loss of future revenue from that consumer for multiple years. So it is surprising that ROKU doesn't push really hard to capture those customers. For the other approach of just earning from people using their service outside of a ROKU OS TV, the competition is way too strong now with everyone having their own streaming service. If ROKU had went out and bought the rights to a bunch of content that was exclusively theirs, they could have competed. However, that is not cheap. I don't know if ROKU even wants to be that and battle Netflix/Disney/P+ etc. or if they are happy being the cheaper and lower quality content provider. Since the subscription cost to consumers is quite low, I think being the low quality/cheaper provider isn't going to do well. I think they could be acquired too. By who though? I don't really know because if they just keep leveling out and then eventually declining, there really isn't a need for anyone to buy them out. Unless Android OS really wants to make a big push into TV OS.
i think ROKU has a very big potential for huge [returns.to](https://returns.to) be honest most of my investments are in known companies such as Google and Nvidia.ETSY at the moment is the only bet i have.much lower market cap and a lot more risky but with potential huge returns.i also thought about Shopify but they had really bad quarter recently so i'm not so sure.
I own three video game stocks (ATVI, EA, & TTWO), two animal health stocks (IDXX & ZTS), and ROKU. My strategy in this bear market is to dollar cost average in my companies. I'm not expecting to make money in the short-term, but I'm hoping my companies keep executing their roadmap against the competition during the recession and when the economy improves their share prices will go back up and they'll be stronger relative to the competition. I'll be focusing my investments on ROKU & TTWO.