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SMCI to 500 you degenerates 🚀🚀🚀🚀

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Me going into earnings week with $5000 in SMCI, MSFT, & AMD calls

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Smci predictions

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Sold $SMCI puts

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SMCI. What’s Next?

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SMCI Earnings YOLO

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$3000 -> $60,000 🔥🔥

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KitKat Canada AI Ad? I’m Bullish on NVDA, AMD, & SMCI

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$SMCI price target for tomo?

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Why is SMCI so hyped?

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Why is SMCI so hyped? ....

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SMCI this week

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$4,000 -> $17,000 🔥🔥

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SMCI Saved My Account

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What happens to options expired ITM AH but not enough cash in margin account?

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Options expired ITM but not enough cash in margin account

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I feel like quitting stocks selling Nvdia and SMCI too early

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$SMCI Options expired ITM but not enough cash in account

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$SMCI Options expired ITM but not enough cash in account

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From $26 to $6600 on SMCI

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From 26$ to $6600 on SMCI

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From $26 to $6600 on SMCI

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$SMCI picture you can hear

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Next plays after the 200% gain in SMCI calls.

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Help me from falling back into old patterns

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Europoor SMCI gains (€13k entry on Nov 9th)

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Pssst….. $SMCI, UNDERVALUED AI PLAY. Going up huge tomorrow!! Calling it now

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$20k SMCI calls filled right before market close today. Hoping it holds the gains tomorrow morning.

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Any 0DTE options for tomorrow gentlemen?

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What's the most recommended growth stock to buy?

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SMCI IV up, premium up. Looks good to sell a CPS or CSP.

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Cup And Handle On SMCI

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$610 -> $15,000. Happy Holidays WSB.

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Big insider sell off - when are they an issue?

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How to calm friends on SMCI

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Is there a name for this?

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SMCI puts

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How wide is SMCI's moat ?

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SMCI is rising very fast

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Is AI still worth the hype?

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SMCI for NVDA earnings

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AMD a grossly under valued company

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Super micro computer

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Super micro computer

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Super Micro Computer $SMCI Earnings Release - Thriving AI and cloud computing

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Super Micro Computer $SMCI Earnings Release - Thriving AI and cloud computing

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Did I do Call Options right?

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This AI stock jumped 163% this year, and Wall Street thinks it can rise another 50%. is that realistic?

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At what point do you sell a stock?

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SMCI FOREVER

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SMCI is what everybody wishes they were investing in when they buy NVDA

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Roughly $60,000 SOFI and SMCI Gainz in Two Weeks

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Thoughts on 5+ year hold on SMCI?

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Class action lawsuits (Super Micro Computer Inc - SMCI) and mutual funds

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Discussion

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Is it a good time to buy SMCI ? For a long term holding?

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There's a new FOMO bubble

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Any thoughts on SMCI?

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Why is SMCI going down, despite good YoY reportings?

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If you’ve never seen a blow-off top in real time - enjoy! Of course NVDA could still go up 50-100% from here - it’s been crazy, getting crazier, but not enough people yet saying This is crazy! And you gotta be crazy to short it. But Im gonna pick up some deep OTM leap puts on SMCI, a classic “tag along” stock that, unlike NVDA, ain’t got much of a moat, and will end up down 90-95% when this bubble finally bursts.

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Hello fellow regards. I've tried posting this over in daytrading but they don't seem to like what I have to ask. This is a long post asking for serious feedback about what to make of my successes over the past 4 years. I'm at a strange point in my "career" as a tutor and teacher (read: it pays shit) and I'm wondering if I should just trade for a living. Here's my story: I've had a RH account for about 4 years now. Over those 4 years I've turned about a thousand dollars into 20,000. I don't take insane gambles. I usually watch for dips on companies I'm bullish on then buy a long call and am happy to sell it when it reaches a 30 or 40 percent return (and have had a fair share of 200-300+ percent returns). Also have the toughness to suck it up and sell at a loss when the prospects don't look good. It's been consistent for me. I very much wanted to buy NVDA long calls in 2022 but didn't have the money. Very much wanted to buy thousands in Celsius stock when it was a 25 cents or a dollar or whatever. Again, no cash. Could have had a small fortune (for me at least). The past few days have been different. After a lot of research and gauging the general zeitgeist, I put a lot of money into NVDA, TSM, and ARM calls in the past few weeks and months. Also some AMD awhile back and some Apple. All were options, also with a few thousand dollars in fractional shares of stuff like SMCI, MSFT, and semiconductor and AI ETFs. Long story short, this all came together to give me a 3,200 dollar gain today. I made more money in a few hours than I've made working a regular job in 2 months (Ivy League degree, but I work in education, so I get paid shit despite the fancy degree). My question is: am I deluding myself into thinking I may be good at this? I feel strongly that I have the emotional intelligence and risk management skills required to day trade. I don't have any fancy technical tools; mostly just look at basic performance charts, P/E ratios, etc. and read a variety of articles from reputable sources. I think I certainly have the capacity though to learn some more sophisticated analytical tools (fairly strong background in math and logic as well a fair amount of exposure to software, coding, etc.). Should I consider getting into day trading and devoting more time to it, even making it full time? If so, what's my next step? Currently sitting at 22k in my RH account (5K available in margin), as well as a few thousand in Fidelity (all AMAT; another bet I made 6 years ago that's given a huge return). tl;dr : I've 20+xed my Robinhood investment of 1,000 bucks in 4 years, mostly through bullish long options. Should I consider getting into day trading more seriously?

He isnt saying ARM has the same market cap as SMCI, smh.

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ARM valuation is $182 bln, SMCI $53.87 bln

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SMCI paying my rent and only green standing

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MSFT is making bank selling AI to their business customers both through Azure OpenAI resources and through Copilot... This is not going away anytime soon. I'm fact they can increase the price and it will keep printing. OpenAI will make products that print money for a long time. The company that resell those products : not really. It mostly make your employees more efficient so it's not customer-facing changes. It's process changes (looking at you HR)... In the meantime NVDA/SMCI will sell those AI systems to OpenAI and whomever compete against them (MistralAI, Meta, the Govs, etc). In the end all those organisations that adopted AI/MLOps will reduce their operating costs and run higher margins and will outcompete/buy out everyone else who integrate AI in their business processes. At some point in the near future MSFT will launch "Automated HR service on Azure" or some similar shit and that is when you'll realize how wrong you AI bears all are.

I've been placing money in stocks that have shown they rebound after dips and buying those and typically they follow their historical trend and then sell them for whatever profit you're comfortable with or set a stop loss to ride it out and keep yourself from dropping too far if it falls off. A couple in your price range that could help get you back in the green, Riot Blockchain was one (RIOT) dropped to $9 and then sold at $11.20 now it's sitting around $10.60, Goodyear (GT) when it dips below $11.50 it almost always rebounds to $12-13. Some others on a higher scale SMCI I got in at $771 and now it's back up over $900 and Apple when it dipped to $160 now it's sitting at $214. The only stocks I've been burned on are the ones that I try to get a short term gain, wait for a dip, and they just happen to crash from there for some reason that I can only assume is the universe spiting me. Like literally only looking for a $0.05 price increase for a few hundred in gains and got burned 90% of the time even when buying dips. Stick to safe long term plays and you'll see growth in the long term. What I've learned from the Ls that don't really make them Ls, I just see it as another investment into education and use them as learning opportunities. If you're looking for an up and comer, not FA and do your own DD but I really like their business model and they have a lot of bright minds on the project, is NNE they're a relatively new company who just sold some few million shares to join the stock market and are already up almost 200% in a month. Currently they have no actual income and their products are a concept but basically it's portable nuclear energy, consisting of three separate businesses, transportation, fuel, and the nanoreactors. They're currently working on getting a nuclear consulting contract so they can start generating some form of income and honestly I'm regretting not getting in on this earlier today $9.30 and now it's up over $11.60. I got F'd by MBIO instead. TLDR Do your DD and look for companies you believe have a strong future, not stock trends and you'll go up over time.

1.9k day Holding a fat L on SMCI so far

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SMCI has 0 moat? You have not done your DD

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You're either really dumb or don't know what a fundamental is? SMCI has a P/E growth of over 100% for 2024, 41% for 2025 and 25% for 2026. Forward 2026 P/E of 21 which for industry is undervalued. Currently trading at a 0.8 PEG. If that doesn't scream undervalued what is? On a side note ARM is overvalued. On every regard

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It didn't just dip 10% on its own bad news. It dipped 10% on SMCI not announcing pre-earnings. And that was when NVDA was worth 2T. Imagine the carnage with NVDA at 3.3T. This will be a lot of people's 911.

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It’s a crazy valuation, same as SMCI, make 600 million a year and is worth 58 billion. All fundamentals are out the window it seems

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Honestly I think I’ll pass. I don’t think it would be a major catalyst. MU and POWL and SMCI have been treating me ok. If it ain’t broke right?

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Sector rotation into SMCI.

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It's ok SMCI. You moon when you feel like it.

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Looks like SMCI is struggling at 920.

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Pull the rug on SMCI already

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SMCI NOT AGAIN COME ON![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)

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MU?! Are you serious. MU $1140 NVDA $890 PLTR $189 POWL $13.50 SMCI $602

Last week or so I told someone to dump everything in SMCI. Really hope they did it and held

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I recall that day, it was a friday and I usually like to sell 0dte NVDA puts but that day I considered doing it with SMCI. ended up not doing it that day because I was on work travel and couldn't check the market frequently enough and decided it wasn't worth the risk. funny enough i then also considered buying one but decided not to do that either. I was dumbfounded when I saw the price was like $850 at 2 pm or whatever

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I’ll have a NVDA for $150, a side of SMCI $1000, with a healthy serving of MU $170

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SMCI for servers

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SMCI ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)

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Going to buy SMCI, now watch as it drops over the next hour

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I remember some dude in the daily thread that day  was all like "Yall should put 3k into 850 puts on SMCI, its a guaranteed multibagger, they're way overbought" i didn't listen and that 3k would have been worth 1.5 million by the end of the day. It was a Friday back in February where their CEO said they weren't working with Nvidia or something on Msnbc. 

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SMCI looking attractive

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SMCI green on monthly chart

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SMCI doing its thing where randomly jumps 50$. 

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People here just started being able to afford NVDA options cause of the split you think they can afford SMCI? Same reason MSTR isn't talked about despite having insane swings.

Betting a lot of money on a big SMCI knife

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Why does nobody talk about SMCI, don’t you want to be rich

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Someone stop SMCI. It was literally in the $700's a week ago

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SMCI V stands for I’m a victim

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SMCI is about to head back towards $869… just a heads up!

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SMCI teasing bulls and bears alike

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SMCI is all over the place

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For the love of god someone stop SMCI

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SMCI put It was at $1040 so I bought a $950 weekly put It popped to $1060, then immediately dragged down to the $800s I sold it for $9,000, paid $500. It ended the day being worth $14,000

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SMCI will hit 1200 then will call for a split at the next earnings call. Really should be 150-$200 billion company within the year.

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SMCI 10%+ today pls ![img](emote|t5_2th52|8883)

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Current LEAPS, and their strikes, all January 2026 expiration. ARM $160 ASML $1000 AVGO $1520/$2500 spread NVDA $86 SMCI $850

SMCI will give us another 10% green day

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All are Sept 20 exp. SMCI I have at 900. AVGO I have at 1900. I also have shares of AVGO and covered calls on it.

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SMCI, it’s going to split and run

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SMCI 1000 call 3 weeks out. When this prints remember me

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I agree that SMCI will fall, but not for nefarious reasons... I think it will fall due to HP, Dell, and Cisco becoming overbearing competition and crushing potential margin. I gather that SMCI just had an abundance of inventory at just the right time, but now the market will be flooded.

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If these are mid to long term holds, then why not invest directly in ETFs. If you are more into individual stocks then go with something that is not over extended. BAC is a financial stock, they will have their time when the feds announce rate cuts. It is not the time yet. I am ok with QQQ as it's an ETF. APPL is already in QQQ so it doesn't do much on diversification end. SMCI is a better stock and one that will cross it's ATH. For semiconductors, you can look into SMH or SOXL etf. REITs have their time coming soon and now it's the time to start adding these to the portfolios. Once the feds start cutting rates, financials and REITs will take off.

>At what point did everyone decide HPE was gonna moon? when they missed the boat on DELL and SMCI

AVGO is gonna be like a slightly tamer SMCI run imo

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AVGO is gonna be like a slightly tamer SMCI run imo

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Kinda reminds me of the beginning of the SMCI run People thought that bad boy was over so many times and it had like 30 straight days of green lol

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Bought SMCI call debit spreads $870/880 when they were OTM this morning but the liquidity is terrible. Stock went up to $910 making them $30 OTM and couldn't offload them for a decent price. Irritating but whatever, I will hold them as long as it takes.

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Trading SMCI today was okay but the bid ask spread and liquidity is an issue. It is probably because I am out to 9/20 with it and not a lot of liquidity out there just yet.

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The new Mag 7: NVDA, AAPL, MSFT, AVGO, SMCI, MU, GRND

Bullish on big tech. NVDA, AVGO, HPE, MSFT, AAPL, and SMCI are the future

NVDA,SMCI,and AVGO all up at once. https://i.imgur.com/IlP0jl6.png i have a indicator that changed the colors with a radiant from dark blue,light blue, yellow, orange,red, and dark red based on momentum.

How about SMCI

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I definitely bought SMCI calls at the top

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SMCI is $1000, but that one I’m being kind of holding on for earnings because I think they’ll do the 10:1 split trend. So in those cases I try to have calls that easily divide by 10. That way, you’re not possibly holding some irregular strike (my reasoning for the $1050 NVDA calls). AVGO, I 100% think the market wants to get to $2k so that it splits to $200. I felt that number was $120 for NVDA and I was pretty close with that (it went over $1200 before pulling back). Keep in mind, I’m going by instinct more than anything. I don’t know shit about technicals.

I called it. SMCI hit $900 😮‍💨

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I had 20x6/21 SMCI 860C this morning with 21.83 avg cost sold for 23.5 it ran to 71 a piece. nice.

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What are your price targets for SMCI and AVGO?

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I’m holding $145 Sept 20 calls. My feeling is that if the stock price gets to $160, I’m selling them. Whether that occurs tomorrow or in Sept, that’s kind of my plan. I did the same thing with July $1050 calls (which turned into x10 $105 calls). I decided I’d exit as soon as the stock price hit $125 - which I did. I’m playing SMCI and AVGO the same way.

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RUT hits 2100 by friday and ive got a 45x return. Cmon MSTR and SMCI lets get some big shrek cocks in here 

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On components also Micron (MU), on firms utilising Nvidia chips into servers for clients - Dell (DELL) and Super Micro Computer (SMCI)

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When SMCI took a hit I was stoked I had NVDA. Today NVDA was a little bit red, so I was pretty stoked that I hold a decent amount of SMCI. I wasn't even paying attention, but I am glad I had 10 shares of AVGO when they announced the split. I haven't paid much attention to TSM lately, but it seems to be doing well. I am pretty glad I didn't buy into the AMD hype. One question, If you aren't playing AI, are you regarded?

TNA always bounces around 34. Did it again today. That said I’ve sold one block @39.21 then the next rebuy went to 40 then sold. Back in @35.62 average over last 4 trading sessions. I’ll sell again around 42 and try to re-up on another downturn. Sold out a SMCI @ 906 average after buying in @767 again. I’m hoping for a big downturn tomorrow in that stock and start averaging right back in, but I’m not gonna chase it. Ever since I changed my way of thinking these last couple years I’ve done much better. The hell with finding undervalued companies. I’d rather work the triples and find the momentum with strong growth.

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nah forget that, NVDA supplies GPUs to SMCI, so by that logic NVDA should be higher then SMCI! NVDA to $950 by the end of the week! all in

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Why the hell does ARM have such high margin requirements? It's been this way for months since about that time when it gained 40% in one day. It's not even that volatile compared to SMCI and MSTR and both stocks have lower margin requirements.

SMCI and HIMS helped the port stay green today. Gave NVDA a breather

My NVDA calls that I bought Friday are literally down -3% after this entire days price action while SMCI and MSFT just ran with no pullback ![img](emote|t5_2th52|18630)

Rising tide lifts all ships. Also, SMCI, and MSTR are two of the biggest holdings and chips/btc are going to see another leg up

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SMCI & AVGO my bffs. And congrats to the guys talking about ASTS.

yeah I bought SMCI on friday on a whim and doubled the position this morning when it dropped a bit. then I took a nap and woke up to money, which I immediately took because my hands are cotton candy

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Glad I got back in MU and SMCI this morning before they pumped.

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SMCI? What r u doing? I thought u gonna burn?

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!banbet $SMCI $869 96H

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!Banbet $SMCI $869 96hrs

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Power hour for SMCI predicts 950 lmao

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SMCI test at 920 incoming imo

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Come on Nvda you’re not gonna let SMCI outshine you like that right?! They’re eating off you since last year!

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I sold SMCI 830 calls 1 hour after opening, would have been a 16k now 🙃 Nvda it’s your turn

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The SMCI call I added to my watchlist is up 300% :/

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jesus SMCI won't stop at all

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The next 10% pump is on SMCI. Buy your calls now.

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I paper handed my SMCI Calls at a measly 100% profit SMH. They’re worth 200% more now ![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)

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SMCI just up a casual 20% in 3 days

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Big fomo on SMCI

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ASTS up 18%. SMCI up 8%. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|27189)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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How you feel that SMCI is over $900 rn

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MU up 🙏, NVDA somehow going sideways all day just edging my entrance price 😎, SMCI which I didn't buy today up almost $100 🤒

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Actually what the fuck is today. Everything EXCEPT NVDA is up like at least 5%. Even SMCI which is rallying for shits and giggles.

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