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$TWOH Looking good into 2024 and beyond!

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EARNINGS TOMORROW; GET IT WHILE IT'S CHEAP $NEGG 🫡

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$AVRW Next Low Float runner!

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Shorting Walmart?

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$WMT: Black Friday 2005 vs 2023

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Consumer Behaviors: Deloitte predicts that e-commerce sales will increase between 10.3% and 12.8% this season. NEWEGG!!

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$WMT fall 7% but this new AI-based investing app rates it buy with 9.3/10 score...what do you the pros here think of their stand?

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Walmart Locks Up Their Jeans. Calls.

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$WMT groceries in 4 easy installments!

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Chicago considers emulating city-owned grocery markets that compete with stores like WMT and DG

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Chicago considered emulating city-owned grocery markets that compete with stores like WMT and DG

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18 YO Portfolio, how does it look?

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Why is Walmart (WMT) doing significantly better than Target (TGT) when they're doing the same thing?

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Earnings Tomorrow: CSCO & WMT Earnings Moves Recap

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Walmart Insiders Selling Billions in $WMT Stock: Should Concern Arise?

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What are Walmart ($WMT) insiders doing?😭

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What are Walmart ($WMT) insiders doing?😭

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Walmart insiders offloading billions in $WMT stock - Should we be worried?

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$TGT's investor hate-wave is a nothing burger.

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Solid quarter from $WMT. Sales up, margin up, now at 25x ‘24 flattish EPS guide

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Walmart insiders have dumped $5.3 billion in $WMT stock this month. A nearly 500% increase from last 3 months.

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Walmart Health (WMT) to build clinics in Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City - Phoenix Business Journal

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WMT Stock: $169 Price Target Received

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Walmart (NYSE:WMT) Raised to "Strong-Buy" at StockNews.com

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TGT report earnings tomorrow. This is the forecast.

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Walmart (NYSE:WMT) Is Increasing Its Dividend To $0.57🥳

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Walmart Inc. (NYSE:WMT) Q4 2023 Earnings Call Transcript

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Walmart to Close Two More Stores - Adding to a Growing List

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Is Walmart sandbagging guidance? Their comparable sales guidance seems unreasonably low and based on 'vibes' about the macro situation.

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Earnings from Before the Bell Today

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Walmart plans to expand Sam's Club for first time since in five years (NYSE:WMT)

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Kohl's Corporation (KSS) is scheduled to report its earnings on Thursday (11/17). Do you think KSS will beat earnings estimates like its fellow retailer WMT, and reach $40 or above on Thursday (11/17)?

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I actually bought some calls today of WMT and it was the first time ive ever done options, Im pretty excited about it, Ive enjoyed learning this stuff. Hoping for the best

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# Some large sell imbalances this morning: # [$WMT](https://x.com/search?q=%24WMT&src=cashtag_click) -277K # [$BAC](https://x.com/search?q=%24BAC&src=cashtag_click) -199K # [$WFC](https://x.com/search?q=%24WFC&src=cashtag_click) -109K # [$BMY](https://x.com/search?q=%24BMY&src=cashtag_click) -131K # [$CVS](https://x.com/search?q=%24CVS&src=cashtag_click) -100K # [$PFE](https://x.com/search?q=%24PFE&src=cashtag_click) -98K

Another point for the bull case is grocery. WMT is still significantly larger than AMZN in terms of top line revenue. Obviously AMZN is much more profitable but once they figure out a grocery model that doesn't have subscription bullshit tied to it, the number of consumers shopping weekly through Amazon will dramatically increase. Not huge for bottom line since grocery margins are low but it's an opportunity for more consumers to be involved in the Amazon eco system.

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Necessities. For example, I have WMT as one of my core positions after researching it and its competitors. Even those in food deserts often drive to the nearest WMT. Plus they are investing a lot in their tech infrastructure. Last but not least, no matter how poor people get, they still need to eat. Walmart has the largest grocery business outside of true grocery businesses - Kroger, Albertsons, etc. I also have some core positions in healthcare stocks since everybody gets sick - both the rich and the poor. Outside of equities, I do some bonds with higher yields to offset the inflation.

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SLB and WMT holding up my port like Atlas

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I bought the day after IPO at ~$49 and sold at $90 but realized I effed up and bought back at just over $100. This is a co/investment where right now EPS & SALES, conventional measures don’t matter like they do for WMT or CCL etc. this company is deeply entrenched with a new technology that will change financial measures for companies and in what will be the biggest technology upgrade since the telephone. If those with greater insight and knowledge than anyone on Reddit (I’m talking SoftBank) didn’t sell any shares when the lock-up expired tells me what I need to know. When I hear Jensen Huang say how vital ARM technology is to getting AI running and they’re not tied to just 1 computer co. says still don’t sell and start a posn. If you haven’t yet. There’s no telling where this can go, at $200 if someone told you Nvidia would go to $1500 or Chipotle to $3400 you’d have laughed

Mentions:#WMT#CCL#ARM

I read it many times, but I failed to put it into practice. For example, GOOGL has an IV/HV of 104% now. Should I avoid buying a call because it's too high? Should I prefer WMT because its IV/HV is 51%. Should I ignore IV/HV and just check IV? What is a good value? When I tried to apply this rule, it really didn't work, so I started ignoring it (which doesn't mean it's the correct thing to do).

Mentions:#GOOGL#WMT

$WMT $85 calls exp 12/20

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Depending on how you ask **Unrealized:** * Gain: THC (~600%) - was a pandemic dip investment at ~18 * Gain: stonk we dont name - current CB is around 90c * Loss: GPRO **Realized** * IRBT - sold as soon as AMZN announced it was gonna buy * TGT Calls, did like 10k in profit after WMT had decent earnings **Regrets not selling earlier:** * Hertz car rental - bought at 80c after bankruptcy announcement, didnt sell when it squeezed, sold early before acquization by PE for 1.95, went up to double digits i think next week or so.

I made around $12,000 on a $1k bet on WMT calls right before the rumor that they were buying tiktok came out

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Hard to say. They're both incredible companies and scale very well with both a growing economy and inflation if it ends up not going down super fast. I would own WMT (along with COST) if you do not already have it but would probably cut something other than V.

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I've held V for many years, thinking of moving the money to WMT. Thoughts?

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red to green move from WMT. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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Just ordered groceries online You are welcome, WMT bros

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I actually don't know why..I just heard it on a podcast..they're basically neck and neck but I think WMT is up 27% to AMZNs 24%

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Fun fact, WMT has outperformed AMZN this year

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I sold all my holdings in KO, WMT and GE and bought NVDA pre-split and already have made more in 2 days than I did holding all those stocks for 3 years. Grandpa’s growth stocks that never grew

WMT is up 32% on the 1Y and 105% on the 5Y. It’s up 200% on the 10Y. Not every stock is going to 2.5X in a year like NVDA but saying WMT has done nothing is just wrong.

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Sounds boring but WMT @ $66 looks attractive

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WMT 67c 6/28 is off 35% today. WMT price is 66.28 / sh currently.

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When a long option expires ITM, it is exercised. If it is a call option, that means you pay $(strike x 100) cash and receive 100 shares. (Individual units of stock are called "shares \[of stock\]," not "stocks." "Stock" as a countable noun refers to a publicly traded company. I.e., "I'm thinking about buying a stock, but I'm torn between AAPL and WMT. Which one should I buy?" or "I own three stocks: NVDA, TSLA, and GME." Also, when you are talking about a specific position, you need to say whether it is a call or a put. Your whole comment just uses the word "option" without ever telling us whether it was a call or a put. But I'm assuming it was a call. It's possible you didn't have $(strike x 100) in buying power. Normally, if this is the case, the brokerage will sell the option the afternoon of expiration. When an option is sold, you get whatever the market value of it was at the time, not intrinsic value. But it is possible that instead they send a DNE (do-not-exercise) notice to the OCC, so that it simply expires without being exercised. If in fact you didn't have enough buying power to purchase the shares at the strike price, you can't complain. You should have sold it yourself.

WMT sep. calls are cheap af

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WMT looks attractive for long term calls. getting upgrades into 80s.

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Two very interesting news stories stood out to me. One on banks and other CVS. American Banker showing significantly improving delinquencies: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/credit-card-borrowers-are-starting-to-show-greater-strength-new-data-indicates There is already a lot of good data showing fears of CC delinquencies are overblown because while the worst profile borrowers have high delinquencies, their actual % share of total debt is far lower than 2019 and GFC / dotcom. But it is still good to know at least for now, things are starting to actually trending the other way. CVS I feel pretty iffy on even though it looks like a very attractive value play, this story from MT Newswires confirms my bias: >CVS Health (CVS) store-brand medications have a higher recall rate than competitors due to quality issues at factories, including contaminated water in production, drugs being too potent and manufacturing oversight, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. >Over the past decade, CVS's store-brand medications have been recalled about two times more than those from Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) and three times more than those from Walmart (WMT), according to a Bloomberg analysis of public records. >Kevin Schulman, a professor of medicine at Stanford University, told Bloomberg that large drug purchasers like pharmacies and hospitals have little incentive to choose suppliers based on quality. >While CVS claims to prioritize manufacturing and sourcing standards, the report said that over the last decade, CVS hired at least 15 manufacturers that were cited for manufacturing problems, more than twice as many as its largest rival, Walgreens. >It added that there were 133 recalls of CVS store-brand drugs -- an average of more than one a month -- in that time frame for both pediatric and adult medications, while Walgreens had 70 recalls over the same period and Walmart had 51. It's possible my interpretation is actually wrong. It is bullish because they are cutting corners a bit it seems 😅. And customers may not notice or be able to do much about it if their insurer forces them into CVS.

Consumer defensive has been crushing it. Im loaded with $COST, $WMT and $TGT

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TIL WMT is only $66. I thought it was about 400.

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Someone else I know is very bullish on TJX as a 1-3 year investment. Their thesis is that inflation won't subsist below 2.5% within that period, therefore we'll see a large outflow of discretionary consumers from mid luxury and traditionally cheap venues towards value (just like CSCO and WMT). The forward P/E is quite expensive and I have doubts they can maintain their current position + growth estimates without being usurped, but I'm useless when it comes to evaluating retail. 😁

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To add; P&G, Unilever, PEP, WM, WMT, CAT, list goes on forever

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WMT dip most obvious scalp today.

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bought groceries without moving an inch away from my chair calls on WMT

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Im eyeballin COST and WMT for tomorrow... Back into NVDA monday perhaps

IIRC saving rates have been abysmal and various types of debt have sharply risen in the last 12-18 months. This is not including BNPL either. WMT and COST are doing well because they possess pricing power and opportunities to buy in bulk. On the wage discussion, [this](https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/the-second-coming-trump-vs-biden) is worth a gander.

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I don’t think that’s what is at play. I believe it’s a function of consumer decisions, not consumer strength. WMT and COST have been strong, TGT guided well going forward, wage growth is strong in the bottom and top quartiles, savings rates are strong… indications are that consumers have spending power, but are being more discerning.

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Take your gf on a date to WMT 🤡

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Pack your bags 💼 on WMT and thank me later ❣️💯

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>Walmart's hometown is booming, and getting more expensive. https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/06/walmart-hometown-bentonville-arkansas-gets-more-expensive.html Good for them. WMT is killing it delivering incredible and great value to millions of Americans.

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$WMT to 90 by September, daddy bargains has his green stockings on

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If WMT could get rid of all those freeloader employees they would have something there

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No one will know, but I think it is very possible that post-split we see a sell off just because people bought due to the split... Then again WMT ralled into its split and then kept rallying after so its hard to really say

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God bless $WMT

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why WMT calls?

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WMT pack your bags and let’s ride #WMT will reach $309 . Thank me later ❣️ and spread my name as for my rewards

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WMT we had a good thing going. You'd dip below 65 and I'd buy calls. You'd go over 65.50 and I'd buy puts. Now you decide you're done with me and run up damn near to $67. Fuck my puts right?! ![img](emote|t5_2th52|31226)

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* Dying retailers red ⛔. * Retailers that actually deliver great value for consumers like COST, WMT green ✅. Nature is healing.

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Would love if WMT would double top off this ATH and crater ![img](emote|t5_2th52|18632)

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Just like AAPL, GOOGL, WMT, AMZN, etc.

WMT with ath after hours

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Die WMT ![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)

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Think I might buy a Street Fighter 2 cabinet from WMT

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The companies seem fine, if I just go by how established I think they are. I hold MSFT and WMT myself. The only issue I see is that you are heavy in tech. Again, that is fine as long as tech is not having a bad year once you decide to take some money back out. Honestly Apple kind of worries me. I know nothing about them outside of the iPhone and iPad, so I really don’t know their long term outlook from this point. As others have said VOO. I hold 9 stocks in 5 different sectors and my 10th position is SPYI. They are a fairly new etf and hold a section of the S&P hence their name SPIY. They leverage options against their position and in return offer a 12% dividend. Current trading around $49-50 per share. I personally think it is great value for dividends. They have not moved the underlying price as much as the full SPY has but I actually like that stability with a very solid dividend. So that’s my pick if you were to go all in on just a single etf.

I bought a few weeks ago, but sold to buy WMT. Less dividend yield, but it’s not going anywhere.

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It's not as compelling a business as it seems imo. Ocado's robot fields are dazzling, but the stock is not and I don't believe it has ever made a profit. Berkshire Grey went public via SPAC a few years back and was eventually bought by Softbank for $1.40 a share after the stock cratered. In Europe, Autostore is down about 71% since going public in 2021. In the case of SYM, you have a huge short interest and two entities that have huge positions in WMT and Softbank. I think a lot of the move to the $60's was a considerable short squeeze.

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Those are all great points and numbers! I completely agree Costco deserves a premium to WMT. I also believe 50x is too high. My conclusion: Both are overvalued. WMT should trade down to a 20-25x P/E and COST to a 30-35x P/E. Then I think COST would be overvalued but potentially worth paying a premium for, and the premium to Walmart reflect it being a better business. I just don't know why I'd pay the same multiple for low margin, limited growth grocery stores like I would higher margin tech companies.

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How’s your cash flow? If you need the money or want to park it elsewhere feel free. I’m gonna hold and move some of my position into WMT / RTX / LMT

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WMT is infinitely better than MCD for that type of hedge

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While I agree MCD is expensive relative to 5 years ago, what's the alternative for consumers outside of the grocery store? Traditional sit down chains are raising prices or decreasing quality (or going bankrupt), fast casual has been increasing prices as have other fast food chains. IMO, if you don't think MCD will sustain, you should probably consider grocery stocks like WMT or Kroger. People need to eat and if they can't afford fast food, groceries are the lowest consumer price alternative.

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COST and WMT are going to do insane without a recession because consumers while doing great in terms of income, are extremely price conscious due to inflation.

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VOO + SPXL are probably my highest conviction tickers, I'm 73%/7% in them now. Rest is AAPL, JPM, XOM, NVDA, NFLX, COST, WMT.

Buying WMT TGT and NKE puts for Juneteenth 

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WMT all time high. Look at me, I am the tech company now

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Being on WMT to move past ATH by 3% might have been dumb

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Just rumors. They haven’t split in decades and with WMT and other companies splitting and the expensive share price it makes sense to have one now.

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I think that they had a good earnings call if I remember. But others like CPRI are down a decent chunk. Maybe it is a case where some companies will do well and others are doing badly? WMT is also doing well. It could be that in 2022 and 2023 the inflation expectations pushed prices higher on everything so everyone who was selling was winning. But now that inflation is coming down you see companies have to price cut and those that took the increased prices but gave nothing back are being shunned by consumers? I would say that this is all highly speculative on my end and has a low accuracy.

Mentions:#CPRI#WMT

Any idea why Costco's P/E is so high compared to it's competition? I'm trying to find why it's so highly valued vs WMT, TGT, BJS, but I'm not seeing anything.

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COST might pullback after earnings its been so goddamn hot. But this beautiful bastard will keep printing rest of 2024 and 2025. While incomes are great too, inflation is creating and extremely cost-conscious consumer. WMT, COST, those delivering bargains and value will print hardcore.

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Wasn't there something about some billionaire buying a shit ton of WMT?

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You call your mom to drop you at WMT

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Well it’s not that it might not be a wise investment, not many people have gone broke investing in WalMart, but yeah there’s any number of reason for it. I mean, I can see the concern about him moving away from MSFT and the questions that possibly raises but with the AI arms raise currently going on, I’d say this is a “taking risk off the table” type move. He probably doesn’t care about keeping his money at risk for massive upside if MSFT comes out as a winner as much as he cares about protecting the fortune should they not. That would be my guess. Personally I don’t think any company no matter their history, is immune to the potential damage they could suffer if they get caught on the wrong side of the AI war. Obviously the MSFT, Meta, Google, etc type companies are in the drivers seat but that’s far from a guarantee that your investment in one of them is secure. Very different scenario from WMT who is about to eat everyone’s lunch in their space with the race to the bottom on grocery and anti-inflation crowd.

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We are in an environment where consumers will hunt fiercely for bargains. While inflation is not terrible, it'll likely be sticky and modestly annoying for several years. WMT and COST are going to be king.

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That was the time I felt stupid for not thinking about having any WMT, but I was new in all this around then anyway

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My best guess is he wants out of Berkshire H. Because of the insurance risk especially with hurricanes season incoming. Also Warren is getting old I know they have a plan when he goes but that uncertainty is risky. Investing in WMT probably because that’s where people go because it’s cheap. Cheap for food, cheap for home repair and much more. I feel he has a sizable chunk of Microsoft and is diversifying it out.

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Calls on WMT!

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I added more Friday. I sold off my AMD PFE TGT WMT and some options that were printing. I’m up to 485 shares (360 in my accounts, 125 in my mothers who I manage for). I thought it would pull back after earnings but it seems the excitement just hasn’t fizzled yet.

Standard Oil shares got carried over into XOM, the growth from XOM till now alone would have undo all the damage from GE and F's failure. Plus a standard boomer(with common sense) portfolio would consist of pretty much the entire oil and defense industry(their generation of tech stocks level of growth). There's a reason why all the anti-war and anti-oil drug hippy boomers/gen-x/millennials are still poor brokies or died poor af unless they had a good career. The whole point of diversification is so if one of them fails, rest of them are there to ensure you don't die poor. Take '97 AFC and dotcom boom for example, the biggest trend then were 'new energy', 'internet' and 'grocery chains'. If a gen x investor bought ENE(Enron), MSFT, INTC, GE, YHOO and WMT, MSFT and WMT would have recovered all the losses the 4 garbage stocks you pick have incurred. Plus you could have started selling GE and INTC options to slowly recover your losses, which was one of the strats Bogleheads introduced instead of DCA'ing completely flat stocks that you don't think will go anywhere

Splurge and discretionary spend is gonna struggle for a long time. For the next several years WMT, COST, companies that truly deliver great value for their customers will be 👑👑👑.

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I'm not so sure about Costco because the company culture may have changed after Charles Monger passed. Costco maybe changing it's product mix to manipulate customers to be less healthy so Costco can get better short term performance at the expense of future long term performance. Lately I noticed that Costco has discontinued some of my favorites, such as minimally processed ready-to-eat foods or zero sugar foods that are not so addictive. Yet these healthy foods are still available at Walmart and Samsclub. Costco also limited store hours to make it appear more crowed yet Walmart still lets me show at times to avoid the crowds. So in the next few years, WMT maybe triple in price per share while COST may return to $500 or so per share to have reasonable valuations such as price over earnings. Maybe Walmart now is the company that wants to keep it's employees, customers and investors happy in the long term to win life long loyalty.

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Truly remarkable and well managed company. Them and WMT, those who consistently provide value to customers will print money for the next coming years.

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US equity market would hit multiple circuit breakers if China used the pretext of these exercises to actually blockade or im ade the country. NVDA and all the SMH firms would be down 15% plus overnight. WMT / AMZN / NKE etc would probably be down a similar amount.  Think of the OTM put returns! This is how Taleb/Spitznagel's Universa makes it's killer risk adjusted returns. 

The economy is causing people to flee tgt and run to WMT. Flee LULU and run to ELF. FLEE NKE and run to DECK. Whats the next play?

I'm all in on customer defensive. $23k in Costco calls, another $6k between $WMT and $TGT

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Seriously COST and chill. New ATH today. WMT, COST, these wonderful mega value chains are going to continue raping Ber for the next 2-3 years.

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Cramer, WMT is not a "really cool" place to shop, ya bum. Everybody in there is poor, dirty, and shady af.

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not really true for things like WMT and Kroger, which sell a lot of food

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Target is in a place with consumers where they need to shift. Starbucks recovered fast. WMT had good ER, TJX had good ER, Chanel had good ER, ELF had good ER.

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