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yes, but that impact isn't necessarily volatile, but a slow burn. Some guys here YOLO insane money on FDs. Now on big companies, like T, KO, TSLA, MSFT it won't have much impact, but it can on move the needle in smaller ones.
Yes. Made about $2k per month. Could make way more if I actively managed it better but I’ve been super busy. Even if you time IV and spikes terribly you should make a few hundred per month I see this as buying a shitty house for $100k. I would rent the shitty house for $800/ mo If I can make $800/mo minimum I’m happy. + no taxes and Maintenence to deal with unlike the house. There’s no better stock out there to sell options on than TSLA imo I also sell cheap (covered) puts in the $800-900 range weekly as well
Every stock besides $TSLA eventually falls to its 200 dma on the 2 yr chart. That is when it's usually the best buying opportunity ever. That is why the SPACs and newer tech stocks are crashing hard. They haven't been on the market long enough to have a 200 dma on the 2 yr so the market has no idea where to buy this dip. So they keep falling.
AMZN still trades at $3,300 while competitors are trading at $433.72 and each of those contracts is worth $57 now from almost $513. The other subs are just echo chambers of orange juice after brushing my teeth if TSLA hits $800 this week and now you're spamming here that want the American economy to fail so that people waste and buy back in when the beef is done. ~ brbcripwalking ----- [^^Info](https://github.com/trambelus/UserSim) ^^| [^^Subreddit](/r/User_Simulator)
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There’s a simple way to make huge gains each year. Position yourself at the end of Q1 and ride it through Q4. Or just hold 5 years in a very profound position and longer for the stars. 2010 NFLX holder. 2014 TSLA holder 🍻🍻🍻🍻
Google 'how to sell a covered call'. Best time would be near when it is near ATH but running out of steam (stock near 1200 but strike price at 1400 or higher). Don't do this around earnings. TSLA didn't immediately rocket after earnings so I sold a call last October... 1-2 days later it started rising so I re-bought my call at a loss of only ~$100 so I wouldn't risk having to sell the shares. If those Feb 4 options make $$$ consider waiting until IV is below 40 and then buying a 2024 LEAP or two.
Tesla beat street production numbers by 16%. The we’re off by 4% in Q2 and 8% in Q3. Wall Street couldn’t be more clueless with TSLA. Earnings is less than 2 weeks away. And the stock is down right now with an average 16% climb into earnings. There will either be a run up to earnings or an explosion afterwards. You will likely make massive money from this.
This is hilarious. The things I listed were genuine criticisms of him in his role as CEO. Ruthless CEOs can indeed be good for stock returns, but Elon Musk IMO does not have longevity. He is too much of a loose cannon and if TSLA is to justify even 20% of its valuation they are in dire need of keeping their best talent, so overworking your workers is not a good long-term strategy, as we are seeing with the poaching of talent. I am a fan of a lot of Eminem's music, yes, ironically in the posts you reference I literally criticize people who think Eminem is above criticism. How you manage to make the two comparable is hilarious, it's like comparing apples to rusty nails, like wat? Of the things you listed, given that the vast majority happened in his late 20s twenty years ago... yeah, I don't think your argument even makes sense, not to mention again how bizarre it was in the first place.
Dev, not line up. D. E. V. E. L. O. P. M. E. N. T. As in, 5 years from now, DIFFERENT products will be selling than were 10 years ago. They’re copying TSLA, poorly. Innovation is non-existent. Ford sells product, no argument. There will be customers for the next 3-5 years.
> It's a little ironic that you trust Buffett but not the dollar right? When did I say I didn't trust the dollar? And trust? What does that have to do with anything? The issue is that the USD is overvalued w.r.t other currencies on various metrics. > His whole thesis has always been "trust in American growth." Holding US dollars has nothing to do with "American growth" or "trusting in American growth". > I like VZ a lot. That's nice. > Seems like kind of a defensive portfolio? It's not a portfolio, it's a 20% holding of a single stock and a shit ton of cash equivalents. Is it defensive? Well, cash always is. > As if you're just expecting rampant inflation and no growth? I never talked about growth? Rampant inflation is already here, I don't need to expect it? > At 80% though, it seems like a huge gamble to me. Imagine calling someone who holds 80% bonds a gambler... > To me, TSLA is the canary in the coal mine. It's de facto fucking irrelevant to 99.999% of the world economy.
$3K family deducible 5K out of pocket max 10% co-insistence. My company gives me $1500 tax free though to fund my HSA every year. I’ve been investing my HSA, and it turns out the mid-Cap vanguard fund I’m in manager didn’t know what mid-cap was and was holding TSLA, so “instructions unclear” I have 33K in my HSA because of homeboys sick gains from wayyy out of my risk profile investments made
It's a little ironic that you trust Buffett but not the dollar right? His whole thesis has always been "trust in American growth." I like VZ a lot. I still think it would drop like any other large cap if there's a crash or long term bear market. Recent signs have shown an institutional interest in value stocks so it could be a good pick regardless. Seems like kind of a defensive portfolio? As if you're just expecting rampant inflation and no growth? At 80% though, it seems like a huge gamble to me. To me, TSLA is the canary in the coal mine. Until I see an actual reversal trend on the year/3-year chart I'm still bullish and not going defensive. Have to admit though, the current pattern looks ominous.
What’s your experience with the platform so far? I want to try out something like this where I can filter out stocks that I don’t want to see. The platform I am using does not allow you to filter tickers by name so something like TSLA always takes up on my feed
Im part of a discord that's taught me a lot of different strategies and TA. There's YouTube channels that you can use and books that teach the basics, but I paid for a mentorship to learn TA and options strategies. Honestly, the TSLA 0DTE strategy is high risk, so it's not really a "mitigated risk" strategy, but it works out haha. I would only risk 2% of your port Max on those type of plays.
I dont like PTON. they burn cash like crazy with no end in sight. also it has way too much competition. (gym, people getting lazy, other fitness companies, etc) no pricing power either. Roku is indeed interesting. it trades at same valuation multiple today compared to March 2021 stock market crash. if it dips another 20%, I'm in. another stock I like at this price - TDOC. it has rev base of $2B already. 30% cagr projected top line growth for next 3 yrs. 2024 rev estimate $4B. market cap today = $12B. that is fwd p/s of 3x. and this company has 70% gross margin TDOC short float = 16%, which is insane. hedge funds are shorting ARK stocks now, and these guys got destroyed with TSLA short 2 yrs ago. so they're to scared to mess with Elon now. so what do they do? they short 2nd largest ARK holding, TDOC. I'm betting we will see a massive short squeeze sometime in future
Warren Buffet ! BRKB, Practically I see how hard to make money by investing. He had shown the world how to do..with all volatility over many years. Elon Musk - TSLA ! He had a vision and implemented it, even though company went to the brink of bankruptcy. I always positions, part of my investment portfolio, with these companies.
The short petitioners I feel are incorrect on many fronts, so I reckon the dateline is incorrect as well, though many don't do the careful review needed. By my understanding: * 505q: 150-day deadline for FDA response. * 505(2)b: 90-day deadline for FDA response. * New drug applications (NDAs) such as SAVA is neither of those two categories, so it defaults to 180 days which is Feb 21st, 2022. Holiday, so rolls to Feb 22, 2022. Note that law firm Labaton Sucharow isn't the loser if shorts aren't successful. I recall that they are the firm that represented Andrew Left and Citron against Tesla, where they actually had a somewhat meritorious case back in Oct 2018 after Musk tweeting about taking it private. The folks that followed them into a TSLA shorts still didn't make any money though, and if they held onto their short positions, have now eaten a 20-bagger loss on shares. For Cassava versus something like Applied Therapeutics, I feel there are two critical differences: 1. Small difference in the actions of board: No insider sales, with stalwarts like investing star Robert Stamford who [only buys and holds since SAVA was a buck](https://sec.report/CIK/0001250105/Insider-Trades), despite him selling his Salesforce on a regular and continuing basis. 2. The big difference though is political. 1 in 3 dollars future dollars is going to be spent on dementia unless can turn the ship around, whereas Applied Therapeutics addresses Galactosemia, which while tragic, doesn't have the urgency of bankrupting a healthcare system. Politicians know this. Aduhelm shows the low bar (mediocre efficacy, \~60% brain bleeds) for FDA approval. If only a small fraction of the SAVA phase 2 results carry through to the months ahead, I feel it will be a go, especially once AARP and Alzheimer group gets wind of things. Alzheimer magazine already listed SAVA's candidate as the [number one most important event](https://alzheimersnewstoday.com/2022/01/03/top-10-alzheimers-disease-stories-of-2021/) for their year-end review. My opinion is that even the writers of the short petition don't have conviction in their trade--the goal is to just delay things while small pharma can capital raise, and large pharma can try to catch up with small molecule approaches now that [Medicare says not going to cover monoclonal Abs](https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/11/health/aduhelm-medicare-alzheimers.html) unless in a trial. You may wish to research about whether one of the writers of the short petition was involved with MPM capital, which sponsored a Protego funding round, with Protego focusing on the same mechanism as Cassava. When one rereads the short petition with that information, it makes more sense why the short petition makes less swings at efficacy or mechanism, but instead focuses on old western blots, if they are trying to pursue the exact same approach with their own candidate. It takes years though to research, find something, and get to phase 3, and by that time the window is more closed to others due to higher bars for FDA approval. I give Cassava 60% chance of BTD (breakthrough therapy designation) in 2022, since it is not ethical to continue if the results are that strong, with no other disease modifying candidates. Anyways, I wish you well on your trade, I don't wish anyone to lose their cash.
What tech bubble? What tech stocks are trading at abnormal PE levels or crazy valuations other than TSLA? All the ARKK/Zoom/Zillow stocks have popped and are down 60-80%. Do you think you'll get AMZN at 800 billion again?
Sure sure you’re quite right. But it also depends on how one measures ‘great’ For example a non SPAC, TSLA has really only quite recently become profitable ( credit I know). Now for me personally, TSLA has been a great company since the Model S launch because it set the precedent, altho it almost when bust. Well before all the new kids caught on. Others would measure ‘great’ if the company is profitable, ESG, Dividends etc. I’m personally measures companies not solely on their fundamentals. I’m looking for companies that have great products with mass impact on the world/humans.
ARKK is down 70% bc Cathie has an unrealistic valuation and growth projection of stocks that were boosted by trillions in government spending and lockdowns. Even $TSLA has further downside due to the fact they were the ONLY EV company for years - now, the majors are in the game and their ability to “catch up” will be break-neck. Thus, eating into $TSLA’s share of the space and their growth trajectory. Do you think Musk sold so much of his shares ONLY because he wanted to pay taxes? I don’t think so. He knows his valuation is peaking (at least for now).
This didn't age well buddy. When this comment thread started TSLA was at $620. Since then it has hit at or close to $1200 multiple times and is holding strong support well over $1000 currently. I'll check back on this every once in a while to remind you how wrong you are about "stock prices, revenue and market cap". I made more than 100% return sine this thread. Dumbass.
Like most other people my biggest mistakes aren’t that interesting, just selling stocks too early or thinking I could time the market. Sold a bunch of Apple stock in 2016 because I was young and dumb and wanted to buy cool shit. I could buy so much more shit now! Sold TSLA in 2020 because I got tired of the volatility. Ouch… Sold AMD in 2018 because I was convinced that a certain sub which shall not be named was just hyping up a shitty stock for no good reason. Bought puts on SPY in 2016 instead of buying shares since I was convinced it would crash. Basically the opportunity costs have been pretty large.
That's one business instead of 3. And a business based on popularity and hype mostly instead of fundamentals. Of course not saying you're wrong though. All is well once making money. Everyone should have a bit of TSLA in their portfolios.
It's relative to its historical self as most things. Stock has a PE ratio of 15 for a year then suddenly jumps to 30 without any change in fundamentals or news then it's an indicator to ask why. A lot of people obsess over it though I think. Like treat is as a fact it has to come back to norm. Sure you can say a stock is overvalued based on P/E but that's to its historical self. If you're right and it comes back to norm fair enough. But if it stays there for over a year at some point it becomes the new norm. Is it always justified at that new norm? Who cares. As long as you understand the risk and downside and make money. Plenty of people make a killing on NVDA and TSLA while all the bears constantly stamp their feet and say you should avoid them.
Totally agree with your thesis . What I was saying the herd mentality that fossil fuels where dead was manufactured by idiots who thought that shift out of fossil fuels was immediate and they where going away! Your thesis of an adoption process of 20 to 30 years is a little longer than I think but not by much. My point was anyone who bought the fossils in that time period did well being contrarian to the no fossil fuel theory and that play is far from dead. Look a two year chart of XOM . When was the bottom ??? The end of October 2020 ,two weeks before the election at around $32 . It was the easiest play I had ever seen and I participated. The folks that bought into EV ,s in the same time period bought the top. And now the flight to safety and higher interest rates are going to keep those stocks going for a while. EV stocks might suffer during this inflationary period and that could create a buying opportunity but the best of breed like TSLA will Thrive they may pause or dip but will rebound. I have been adding to my position slowly on dips ,I like F not a true EV yet but can scale up very quickly. VWAGY is so undervalued it is ridiculous . What has worked for many people ,like buying SPY weekly calls and rinsing and repeating will not until inflation is put under control and that is a 2 year process IMHO. You see that is already happening . It is going to become a stock pickers market moving forward and real earnings and some degree of legitimacy is going to take hold and holding stocks with big safe dividends is part of it. And until inflation is put under control those stocks I mentioned go higher and you get paid nice dividends to watch them go higher and if they dont get inflation under control they will go higher rapidly. Someone that entered the market 2 years ago and got on the SPY call bandwagon has made a ton of money and many are a one trick pony. They will give it back quickly if they are. We shall see.
Sometimes I think the $TSLA valution might be extremely biased by US patriotism. True, the software might be better, but VW/Toyota/Hyundai excel in manufacturing and Porsche/Daimler have the better design/premium brand. Or am I wrong about this impression?
Overall Not investing in TSLA or AMD when I knew I should have. 10 years ago, pre-split, when tesla was hovering around $180/share, everyone was still skeptical of them, and you hardly saw one on the road. When a client of my wife’s showed up in one, he offered me to drive his, and I was blown away. I knew right then the cars were something special. With AMD? I had always kept my eye on the tech sector. During a foray into building my own PC, I was talking with several friends of mine who were much more well-versed in the world about who and what I should use. Scraping a forum, I stumbled across two guys arguing about who would be ahead in the next few years. One of the guys worked for AMD. He pleaded with anyone who would listen to buy into the company (the stock price was $5ish at the time) even if you didn’t use them in any personal application. His conviction hit those same heart strings with me driving the Model S. I wish I would’ve listened. Yet, I was focused on our new marriage and saving for a down payment on a house. I’ll always look back on those two examples as the difference between me working as a wage slave vs retiring early. I know there will always be new opportunities, but these in particular hurt the most nowadays.
I would say patience. Had MU and was flipping it in the 50s. Had 1000 shares, and it went down to low 40s. Kept it for a few years.....now its up at 97. sold at a loss. I owned TSLA in the 200s pre split. Panic and sold at a loss. UNH I was flipping in the 30s. TTWO I was flipping in the teens.