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Reverse Butterfly Setup

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Cathie Wood bought 1.77 Million shares of Shopify despite falling 14% after the company announced it will lay-off 10% of its workforce.

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Cathie Wood bought 1.77 Million shares of Shopify despite falling 14% after the company announced it will lay-off 10% of its workforce.

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pick one to long

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Finally a fucking win (SHOP puts)

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Earnings Reports and News for 7/26:

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Loss on $SHOP

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$SHOP loss $40c expiring today

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Could stock splits imply a market downturn?

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SHOP looking for a squeeze with solid consolidation

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SHOP looking for a squeeze with solid consolidation

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I am completely lost on stock prices

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RH, another SHOP or actual value?

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Shopify $SHOP Deep Dive and Investment Rationale

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SHOP! SHOP! SHOPSHOPSHOP! (or whaddya think about Shopify?)

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Thoughts on my Strategy?

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Short term Bullish on $SHOP

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I bought AAPL at 175, NVDA at 290, MSFT at 329, GOOGL at 2900, META at 336, NFLX at 590. Should I sell them and just buy SPY/VOO/VT?

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The lore of TSLA. Short now or die trying.

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Split premiums go bye-bye.

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A little confused. I purchased Shopify options. It was trading at $368 and I straddled SHOP

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Thor Industries Inc - THO

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FML bought $SPY instead of $SHOP

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REMINDER: $SHOP 10-to-1 split set to happen June 28th pending shareholder approval on June 22nd. $AMZN moved up 25% during the two weeks before the June 6th split.

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what do y'all think about SHOP now that it is splitting?

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Which stocks that hit their 52 week low today are your favourites ?

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Today’s a special day for $SHOP

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Question re Shopify Split

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Help ! IDK Shit

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22 SaaS stocks to buy and hodl

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Block to integrate Square payments with Apple iPhone's 'Tap to Pay' feature

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Looking for Put-leap targets as insurance against serious recession / stagflation next year

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the quickest +$2200 i’ve ever made (: $SHOP

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Selloff to continue?

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Shopify company analysis and valuation - 80% down and still expensive? ($SHOP)

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$SHOP 0dte scalp +564%

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I'm calling Jpow's bluff

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I'm calling Powell's bluff

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Why is speculative growth soaring today?

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$500 to $7.5k thanks to puts such as $COIN $SHOP and $NVAX this week

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People who bought $SHOP at 1700. Why? Why did you do it? Dude why?

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Should I sell SHOP?

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Are we honestly surprised?

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Shopify CEO and VP tweet about buying more $SHOP at these prices

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Not a dip for DJIA and GRWG and all other retail stocks

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SHOP isn't the only e-commerce stock my dumbass has

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What's the most 'shocking' stock decline you've seen over the last 6 months?

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Cathie Wood’s ARKF crashes 10% and approaches record trading low

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I’m calling today is the bottom!

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How do I calculate annualized stock return with transactions?

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SHOP Stock Earnings Summary - Should you buy the dip? | ...

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Shopify Net loss for Q1 2022 $1.5 billion

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Shopify lurches from one Disaster to the next posts net loss of $1.5bn

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SHOP Earnings Tomorrow

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Today's Earnings Plays (May 4, '22)

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I think I'm spotting an opportunity on SHOP.

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Which companies could you see being acquired by Big Tech in the near future?

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$SHOP thoughts?

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Shopify $SHOP DCF Valuation $632 Price Target with 38% Upside

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Reasons why Shopify will report negative earnings

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Shopify SHOP DCF Valuation $350 Target Price

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Since it's stock-splitting season (GOOGl, AMZN, SHOP, etc) I have a question about fractionals.

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The Most Anticipated Earnings for the Week of May 2, 2022

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Recession is fake news!

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Thoughts on SE and SHOP?

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$AMZN 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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$SHOP put. $1350 --> $2410

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Cathie Wood's ARK funds sell nearly $100 million worth of Tesla stock after earnings

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SHOP 595 call

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SHOP is now trading 10% below it's pre-pandemic valuation

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Sell SPOT and buy SHOP, Cathie Wood misspell?

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your opinion of potential bottom of the following stocks?

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SHOP logic be like

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Is it a bad idea to hold call options through a stock split?

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Is it a bad idea to hold options through a stock split ?

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Anyone notice a lot of growth stocks were up today?

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Shopify Employing Desperation Measures to prevent Decline

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$SHOP Gamma Squeezed on 03/18/2022?

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SHOP for the absolute banger day trade today 🤑 (27 4/1 720C bought at the pullback to 705 today)

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Kenny and co. under investigation for irregular spike in $SHOP

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Kenny under investigation for manipulating $SHOP

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Is anyone buying e-commerce stocks right now? MELI , SHOP , SE , AMZN , BABA?

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$SHOP Unusual Options Activity

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SHOP close

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SHOP spike? Anybody privy?

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eTrade:"Do Not Exercise" $SHOP option

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SHOP $700 CALL Expiring Today, What happens to my contracts?

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Reasons to not buy Shopify?

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Alright guys, I said fuck it.

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Rate my portfolio please and thanks

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$SHOP is now trading below it's pre-pandemic price

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Possible buyout among Canadian fintechs for 2022? [$SHOP and $LSPD]

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Opinions on $SHOP

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Do not panic: Even at the worst of times

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ZM vs SHOP ?

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After Hours Price Spikes?

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updates on VEGA PlantX

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What to do in the face of extreme uncertainty?

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“The stock is not the company and the company is not the stock”

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SHOP - Overreaction?

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Luck more than anything else. AAPL @ $5 a share when iPhone was released. SHOP @ $8 a share in 2017, TSLA @ $46 a share in 2019. But mostly AAPL, adding and not selling as it is 85% of my portfolio.

Hmmm what to buy? A stock like $SHOP still down over 70% YTD. DURHHH I KNOW LETS BUY $GME UP 5% YTD OR $BBBY UP 10% YTD YA THAT SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD INVESTMENT APES!!!!!

Anyone buying RBLX or SHOP?

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itching to buy some SHOP, but it might see $40 before $60

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might fuk around and buy some SHOP

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Guys get in here, short SHOP for max tendies

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I like SHOP

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Anyone want to share TA on SHOP? We going up or down next week for this ticker

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Could be. Could be the primaries gave us a clue. Could be inflation stuff. Could be a blow the top off. Could be Russia is backing off. Maybe China’s looking to party. Unemployments low. Could be regular folks have adjusted spending to their new 9% pay cuts. Lotta auto-pays into 401k. Could be QQQ goes down 4% Monday before lunch. I dunno. I buy shit I use only. $GOOGL $SHOP AAPL $NFLX COIN, gamble on some drug companies, buy some $ETH and call it good. Try my best to not let a green thing turn to red.

Was making around $300/day trading SHOP for awhile. No DD at all..just on price action. Make a little, go do something fun. Stepped in some doo-doo at $750, now $75, still didn't do my DD, and forgot to cut my loss at 8%. Now a bagholder, down 45%> Now..if by the end of 2023, management proves their adjusted business model, and I break even, I may sell and go with a dividend payer. Or, maybe not. World population will continue to grow, global people who don't even know what Wallymart is will continue to entrepeneur, and SHOP seems to be dedicated to their bones to providing the best customer service to their customers they can. I am, frankly, surprised Uncle Warren has not taken an interest. Yet.

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1500 shares in SHOP. Hold 10 years and profit?

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SHOP laid off 1000 people (probably leaked it themselves) and missed earnings the next day and it was free money. Shit is a mess.

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Looks like someone finally told SHOP that tech is pumping...

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PTON can stay dead, SHOP is good though

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If you look at 5 year chart for like $PTON and $SHOP the recovery hasn't even started yet if they're gonna recover

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I apologize for gaslighting, we all have different ways of trading, & my technical analysis seems to be working. But this Market runs on hype & I understand that, but using technicals within the hype works. I bought at $6 & $8 & just sold at $13.20 around 30 mins ago. Now I will buy it back at next bottom do it all over again. I’m out of BBBY for now. I use a Strategy I call the 30/70/100 Bollinger Band Strategy. You jump in & out of any Crypto or Stock using the 5 min & 15 min Chart. Actually you can use any timeframe. You have to use at least $5,000 to $25,000 per trade. I have never lost a dime since I have been using it for the last 3 months. I use an all cash account. I started with $5,000 dollars to test it out I just went over $100,000 in 3 months of trading. Each time I used a bigger amount to trade with. Like I said earlier I just sold SHOP for a $9,000 dollar profit since 7/27/2022, on a $25,000 buy in. I teach that to people for free, simple strategy, & you can’t ever lose money, well nothing is 100% but in 17 Weeks I turned $5,000 into $100,000 without losing a $1.

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Your right basic chart reading is a waste of time for most advanced traders like me but if more people read charts instead of jumping on Robinhood & WeBull & think they know how to trade they wouldn’t have to be on a subreddit. My Great Grandfather use to take me too the Stock market as a kid and sit me there & made me watch the tickers roll by on a screen in the 1970s. My Grandfather is 95 & still trades, my father trades & I picked it up in the late 80s. I bought my first share of Apple in 1996. Then in 2008 who didn’t lose money! I was sidelined in 2012 because of a bad car wreck I had to retire, so I learned about Bitcoin during those 4 years while in rehab & jumped on it in late 2016. I now trade full time because I love trading, doing research & learning something new everyday. With crypto I sometimes trade for 3 days without a break. I just Sold 817 Shares of SHOP at 45 after buying it at $30 in July. So I could show you my trading setup but anyone can do that because most people lie on here! I don’t because I don’t need too! Hell I still have my Great Grandfather’s Stock Certificates with his name from Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum from the 1930s. GL Trader I won’t post on here again this is exactly why I haven’t made a post in 5 Years! Plus I’m to busy on 6 other Social media sites to post on this Subreddit!

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take a look at SHOP

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Why ? I own shares of SHOP and believe in long term

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Someone please talk me out of throwing 5k at SHOP lol

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If we really enter a short bull market I would jump on the growth stock that didn’t made a big run in the recent rally and has high gap to fill like SHOP, UPST and SNAP

Have you fucks seen the Rivian website? Fucking GARBAGE UX design, SD Video in nearly fullscreen, and a fuckin GEAR SHOP with cutlery and beanie caps. the fuck is that shit. Rivian should be 134 billion valuation, they're selling CUTLERY AND HATS!!! Undervalued!!!

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This is true for today as well as tomorrow and probably the coming weeks.... I certainly already have, but I will continue to increase my exposure to SIRC over time and ASAP. (That's the company known as 'Solar Integrated Roofing.') It's soon to be renamed 'SolarEV' on account of the company now beginning to place more continuous emphasis on Residential & Enterprise Solar as well as the EV & alternative energy side of things which are seeing a rapidly & massively expanding signed backlog & projects pipeline. That's in large part due to the company's recent 60% acquisition of "PlemCO." PlemCO is a company whom incidentally is only 1 of just 16 firms approved to sell EV charging related materials/designs and (soon) EV equipment in addition to the designs & materials as part of a US government $5 billion dollar blanket purchase agreement for obtaining and installing EV Charging infrastructure throughout the country. Thus, the $5 billion in subsidies available to States for EV charger installation won't be available unless they purchase from one of the very few approved firms such as PlemCO. I doubt that I need to explain why this puts them in a VERY advantageous position to take the EV Charging market by storm along with related energy markets. A second announcement by SIRC claims that PlemCO was also subsequently approved to be one of just a handful of vendors included in New York's recent legislation regarding its own installation of EV chargers... furthering the pipeline of opportunities massively. PlemCO claims they are just one of a few businesses on the list that've done business with the related entity in the US government in the past and feels that it positions them miraculously to gain a sizable position of the $5B dollar contract over time. ​ I'd be here all day if I explained every single catalyst or even tried to come close... but I'll leave you with these next few paragraphs... I'm not sure why they only own 60%? Why haven't they made a deal to acquire the whole thing? They only paid 1.5M for 60% of PlemCO in the first place so why not pay for the rest even at a premium valuation given the amazing recent business developments? Also, they'll only be eligible to claim 60% of the net income on their financial statements if they only own 60% of the company. Last but not least... the recent and successful solar acquisition called "Envion" \[it's a similar name, spelling is off.\] ... Well, the company acquired all the ownership interests in the company- however, they issued a single share of a new preferred stock class (C? D?) to the previous owner of the company as part of the original purchase price and this single share pays a dividend annually equal to 49% of the net income of the "Envizion" subsidiary. This is a pretty successful subsidiary for SIRC thus far ... so I'm hearing... leading me to some questions about the weird preferred stock dividend and why they don't consolidate these companies fully. And I wonder why they haven't really mentioned it already or left the information anywhere that investors could spot it reasonably easily without having to scour the filings. Anyone know how common this practice is of paying 49% of a subsidiary's net income to a single share preferred class dividend as part of a purchase price for a company? Just seems a bit odd. And the my LAST, LAST, LAST question/comment that I want to leave you all with (if you actually care about investing, maybe you got this far... who knows? Well... what I'll leave you with is this: Can anyone please, please explain to me how and why they acquired all these companies that have virtually no assets ... and yet somehow they have been successful very quickly? How can they not have any assets (not even intangibles?) yet be so accretive to SIRC so quickly? I just find it a bit odd. Don't get me wrong though, keep in mind though I love this company and want to to continue investing more and more. I just wonder about a few little details like that and it makes me wonder of the possibility of a scam. I can explain more in detail via DM if anyone is thinking about investing and needs the full scoop. ​ Don't let my few questions dissuade you from buying a position in SIRC because they DO have audited financials for year 2021 now which is a huge milestone and obviously goes a long way in proving whether or not your financial statements are up to snuff. That said, I still have a few questions despite being invested and planning to continue investing. Other than that, please- if you know, explain to me how these acquisitions that were near 100% goodwill... tons of acquisitions... have seen so much success. Despite the massive prices that the company paid for these bunch of new subsidiaries with assets that are nil or near nil... (why would they pay so much for just goodwill? Companies with no assets?) they somehow managed to integrate and quickly become very accretive subsidiary companies of SIRC ...very quickly! (I know they have had a wonderful base business... but that doesn't explain all this...) \----- Other stock tickers that I'm watching: NISN (This one is unbelievably undervalued ... is GAAP profitable and has a PE less than 1 despite solid growth and profitable operations. Even as a China stock... this is either a completely bogus company or the deal of a lifetime. Check out the financials and the stock price: you'll see....) TG (This appears quite undervalued to me. I added to my position at $11.30 but it seems it went up on lower volume in the after hours to $11.75.) HITI (Growth, value.) MOMO (Hello Group: Value, future growth as well ... particularly after macro situation subsides.) HUT (Hut Mining: Crypto mining company, value...) SHOP (Shopify: You know the drill... probably.) TTD (The Trade Desk: I bought as much as I could at the lows under $50 just before the most recent earnings which saw the share price really skyrocket upwards. I still think it has room to run over the next few weeks/months.

SHOP lost 10.5% from its highs today. LMAO.

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*looks at this post, looks at $SHOP* Yeah he’s probably right

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SHOP -7% from peak intraday WTF

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SHOP went down -5% intraday. Share price trading like an OTM option

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any advice on $SHOP options? wait for a red day or b...

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$SHOP🚀🚀

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Garbage SHOP with 300+ P/E still going up 5-10% daily ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8880)

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SHOP, let’s go! Back to $1k!

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SHOP is a buy

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I don't understand why all the complete shit stocks are outperforming actual stocks. Like $GME up 8% YTD, $AMC almost even YTD. Stocks like $SHOP still down 70% on the year

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Did you bought TSLA / V / SHOP? Either one you should have been profited for the last 2 years

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I bought the equities to go long. That way if the market dropped, I can just hold them till they rise again and cash in on the puts if the CPI had been bad. I tend to straddle with my short position being options and long position being equities. I also bought a few equities I thought were still under valued(AMD and SHOP). The shorts I bought were pretty far out of the money, so they didn't cost me much but would pay off nicely if there was a bad CPI print. I came out today nicely to the upside.

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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

Even garbage SHOP is up 10%

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My fellow non SPAC SHOP friends. Is this the top? Thinking about selling out of my position to lock some profits for now...may wait and see what happens tomorrow.

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Same bearish setup as end of march and early June… Bulls calling it a handle once again… My guess? Shake out street. Maybe to $390 fill but $385 holds. Good stocks like AAPL won’t see the inside price of their gap fills. ($150) Bad stocks mirroring the W will see the inside price or 50% retracement to the lows. Patterns like NET and AMZN… will they fill? Will GOOG or SHOP break consolidation to join them? $390-$420 August.

Yeah but SHOP is known for like 10% a week swing. May need to set 15% OTM soon. Probably can make $100-$150 a week there just to not get called away.

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Guys as a bear, I have roughly 1500 SHOP shares across 2 account selling calls. Just some income in the meantime until 5 years later. But shorting Apple. Just sayin’

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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

Already planning on using my BBBY tendies to buy shares of SOFI, SHOP, TOST, and PLTR shares lol.

GME is and always will be the only DEEP FUCKING VALUE play. There is only one GameStop. There's a reason EVERYTHING gets compared to GME. BUY. DRS. HODL. SHOP. This is the way. 🌎🧑‍🚀🔫👨‍🚀

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In order of biggest to smallest: GME, BBBY, BB, AMC, CLOV, SHOP, EXPR, SPCE, AMZN Do I belong here?

"With physical stores"... bro the whole reason Amazon is killing it is because YOU CAN SHOP FROM HOME BUTTNAKED

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SHOP $750.00 MSFT $250.00 AMZN $200.00 & $90.00 take profit were you can get the. this was in one day. actually one morning. not a lot but if you're to greedy? crash and burn!

Outside my robo advisor with 1k in it, and my fixed 2% APY money market account with 8k in it, I have 3k invested in individual things: 20% each AMZN SHOP TSLA MSFT BTC(bitcoin) I bought a house about 3 months ago so I'm starting fresh. Those stocks are my medium term bets.

I like U, SNOW and SHOP. They're probably three of the most speculative stocks I like. U and SHOP I own. Still looking for a good entry for SNOW, although I think now is an okay time to buy. AMD isn't even that speculative imo. They're a large company with market leading tech. The risk is just the valuation which is a little high, but it's not that bad. COIN looks quite attractive to me here. I think you could do very well from that position. The only reason I don't own it is because I'm not a crypto guy and I'm not sure about their moat.

My 0dte SHOP puts are going to get theta fucked aren't they?

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BIGC shit ER, LSPD shit ER, SHOP shit ER But they are not even following QQQ (volume is not high) down except when goes up. It's like I'm living in bizarro world https://www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=NASDAQ%3ABIGC https://www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=NYSE%3ALSPD https://www.tradingview.com/chart/?symbol=NYSE%3ASHOP

She also bought SHOP after selling Coinbase shares, which are also up some significant percentage since then

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I found these tech stocks rather resilient and promising actually. So these are my recommendation. $U $SHOP $WIMI

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SHOP. I inherited shares of SHOP (amongst some others) on Jan 4 at 1290/share and had no idea it would tank so badly. Luckily I caught on and sold some at 740 and finally the rest at 340. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4640)

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Who’s riding SHOP long term?? Big upside 🍆

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My move is to let my puts expire worthless. SHOP $40p, NVDA $183p, DIS $107P The market decided to go "risk on" for some fucking reason.

you can ask same question with SHOP \-cut 10% of workforce \-Missed ER and lower guidance went from under 30 to 42 ​ and another question - what's with the market being green for the last little while..inflation, supply issues...covid, russia

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TSLA split window will be by 8/22. The short window will create another buzz, unlike the 3-6 month window that the AMZN, GOOGL, SHOP and GME dummies announced

I might be wrong here, shouldn't you be comparing MELI with a company with similar business model such as CPNG, SE and SHOP?

No one knows whether a price is amazing or not. Source: me at many shares of SHOP at $1200.

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Wait till next week, and go long SHOP. I promise. Note bizarre dual axis comparo with COIN. Dont know whats happening, but something is. Or isn't.

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In the new recession definition, does it talk about spy mooning after 2 quarters of negative GDP? Position: almost worthless NVDA and SHOP puts

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bu fck....COIN and SHOP pa is so highly corralated over the last year..guess I won't move...just think.

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**Ban Bet Created:** **/u/brondoplantscraveit** bet **SHOP** goes from **41.7** to **46.0** before **2022-09-02 17:45:43.539275-04:00**

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!banbet SHOP 46 30d

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Check out the daily candle chart for $SHOP. It’s like a freaking textbook graph of a supply zone. Breaking that means the big boys took off the breaks and want to see profit. We may rally hard for a while. Your position is likely to be evergreen.

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You guys saw that SHOP just broke out of a multi month channel, right? That’s fucking bullish.

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Sensible to short COIN, SOFI, SHOP? Or too risky?

SHOP up 10%, glad I bought around its 52 wk low ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)

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Maybe I’m missing something but your forecast is that SHOP will do down. So you want to put on a spread with no upside risk and downside risk if it doesn’t hit your target in time?! Why not keep it simple with a put vertical? You should get better rewarded if it goes down with little to no risk as long as it goes down in exchange for upside risk. I just don’t see the advantage of the reverse fly given your forecast. I mean it’s better if you are dead wrong, I suppose but what if you get the direction correct but not the speed? Also, any reason why you want to mix calls and puts here? I tend to stay in all one or the other unless I wanted to do an IC. I‘m not saying you’re wrong. Rather, I just don’t get how the strategy matches your forecast.

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Let me start by saying, I know too little to do anything but lose money. I'm not sure how you got that profit/loss graph. From my experience the potential loss is generally much higher than the potential gain for a reverse butterfly. Also generally the reverse butterfly is all Calls (no puts), and I'm not sure why you are selling a put at 41. Maybe double check what you are doing before executing. If you believe SHOP will stay within this trend you can do a buy a put spread to profit on the way back down, or sell an iron condor. I'm sure someone with more knowledge than me could recommend even better plays.

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Even SHOP (shopify) with a 10% gainer today

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Which ones are you talking about it? If you are talking broad growth stocks, I have no idea. I mean some of the good growth has gotten their shit pushed in multiple times for good reason, with slower growth, slower users, worse profitability, and higher rates. The ones that can continue to grow 15-25% year while showing profitability is probably the best ones to look at . Like SHOP, ETSY, FTNT, might be your best bet. Downside protection from inflation and already profitable business models.

Relentless bull. Got wrecked on SHOP shorts.

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SHOP you were rejected again for an ATH. Go down down down

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Why are all e-commerce stocks mooning? SE, SHOP, AMZN, MELI

Hey guys should I buy SHOP shares? it says P/E of 309 is that good? position: SHOP $40p fd's

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a lot of green days in the market - was not expecting that sold my positions in growth stocks like SHOP, AMZN, LSPD...etc and they continue to go higher sitting with cash expecting the market to fall again - seems to be a steady climb meanwhile I play P & D with my f\*\*k it cash

TSLA, SHOP, SQ, ROKU are a few

Look at SHOP price action after the firing day ordeal. HOOD just getting on with the trend - it's the new stock split.

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Don't use stock to borrow against, especially on a vaolatile stock like SHOP. If SHOP drops 1/3 again, you will get margin called, and have to liquidate your positions.

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Newbie Q: I have 100 shares of SHOP and want to write a covered call. If I do that, can I also use the same 100 shares as margin to buy another stock (assuming I meet the usual margin requirements)? That is, does writing a covered call have any impact on margin requirements? I think no... not sure. I plan to hold SHOP, and I know it's volatile (haha) so I wouldn't maximize it's use as margin. But suppose I bought $1k of stock on margin. If SHOP collapses enough I could face a margin call I suppose. I could maybe convert a covered call to a sort-of collar if I can act fast enough (also not guaranteed I get that). I understand nothing is risk-free, I make my choices. Just trying to understand the rules first.

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SHOP was flat with it's 52-wk low when it reported, AMD had run nearly 40% into earnings. Expectations were completely different.

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I sold out of SQ, CHWY, Etsy, and SHOP today, and put it all in PYPL

SHOP going on a good run this week. Looks like RBLX may have a nice run this week too, up until ER next week.

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