ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd
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$ZIM Yolo play. I bought 7 90c exp 12/16/22 for $ZIM. Shipping rates are still very high compared to pre-pandemic levels. $ZIM is about to crush earnings and I’m hoping we can see $150+ per share by the end of next year. My risk is around 3k. The reward could be 15k and up. Wish me luck apes.
I second this. Majority ETFs, a few growth picks. Add what you can comfortably afford EVERY month. Trim your losing picks annually and let the winners run. 60% VOO, 10% ZIM, 10% GOOG, 10% MSFT, 10% AAPL. Wouldnt be a bad distribution for a small account.
If you like shipping companies check out GOGL and SBLK too. Very high dividend annual yields. 36.48% for GOGL and 22.44% for SBLK. ZIM's yield is 15.70%, which is also high. I'm using dividend paying stocks as replacements for bonds in my portfolio.
That really depends on the companies your investing in. Calling them just pump and dumps is a gross oversimplification. These ones were certainly overhyped. They entered a market in a time of euphoria. If the company makes money and is IPOing to expand, the chart'll look nothing like that. Take a look at another Reddit popular stock: ZIM. Started around 12 at the start of the year and is now at 63. Of course stocks will drop after IPOing, but again in the ZIM example, some big insiders sold about half their shares, but stock stayed well above 40. Anyway, my point isn't to cherry pick, its just to say there's a huge difference between IPOing a pre-profit company and profitable company.
Sounds like you are doing very well! Congrats. Covered calls sound like a great plan. Depending on your risk tolerance, selective use of collars (adding an OTM protective put) are a nice way to hedge riskier / larger positions. Just a thought. Insurance is tricky. It’s great when you need it. I’d make sure you do the research and fit it your needs / situation and be comfortable with the monthly cost. Be careful to not over pay. Pick up some cheap term if your really concerned. I’m not an investment advisor, and this is just my two cents, but life insurance should be life insurance, not an investment vehicle. Also, have you considered I bonds? They are inflation linked savings bonds, currently yielding about 7%. You lock your money up for a year. Essentially risk free. You can buy 10k / per year / per SSN. Also, have you considered REITs and Closed End Funds? There are some interesting CEFs in the energy, CLO, and preferred space that have strong monthly dividends. Also, as much as I love a good dividend, careful to not chase yield. That being said - check out r/vitards and the pirate gang. They love steel and shipping. ZIM has some crazy cash flow right now and a very high dividend yield. Good luck!
Thank you for the article. I will be reading it later today. I was in fact invested in steel in India because of /r/vitards. I still remember his first post on WSB that led to creation of the sub. Exited the position in August with quite a bit of profit. However, I just completely ignored shipping as I never understood an iota of it. I am currently going through the shipping posts there and I believe you are referring to ZIM. There are few others I picked up along the way. Hopefully, I will know to exit in time.
My portfolio has been on a tear for a straight month: CLF, ZIM, and 3 small caps (lumber, energy, and semis). Also have a tiny position in GFS, but I'm waiting for that to hit 50, then I will back the truck up. Get into commodities, folks.
I like $ZIM a lot in your mix. The others are fine. I would highly recommend at your age to look more at blue-chip dividend stocks and consider enabling dividend reinvestment (DRIP) on your brokerage. At your age, you could amass a small fortune in just 15-20 years and you’d only be in your 30’s. $XOM $F $KO $AAPL $VZ to name a few - diversifying your portfolio across each market sector is also important. Have a little piece of the pie.
As a rule, I don't like the idea of following events or dates to time my trades. That being said, I think ZIM is going to melt up into the $70s with or without any announcement from Glickman. Regardless, it's always good sense to derisk when you're up
They do medium-long term leases on cargo ships then use them to mostly service the spot freight market. Cargo rates have skyrocketed over the past two years and this has given ZIM considerable success. However I don't care about any of that, cuz all I saw last month was: The January call options of strikes between $50 and $63 have >70,000 OI. That is over 7,000,000 shares; 6% of the company; almost $375 million worth. Hope you know what that means... If we see continued buying in these options we very well could see a gamma squeeze.
I saw the price of TSM jump this morning and remembered your loss porn post from yesterday and thought to myself, well this mfer may have just gotten lucky AF and recovered some losses. Lol. As far as YOLOs go, I like ZIM. Fat ass divs and a shit ton of cash on hand and shipping isn't going anywhere soon.
ZIM (container shipping) and CLF (flat rolled steel) are two cyclical companies with high IV that I'm still comfortable with selling puts on. I wouldn't mind buying back in at my strike prices. Mind you that cyclical companies always look cheap near the peak of their business cycle. ZIM has started signing longer term contracts (less exposure to spot rates) and has launched a digital platform to make international shipping more convenient for customers. CLF has just renegotiated their long term contracts. It's probably the only steel company that's going to make more money than last year. They might end up paying off all their debt by the end of this year.
No. OTM Close to XPRY options provide the most leverage. ATM Longer term options give me time to ride them, I am paying for the time. Also worth way more with all that time left on them. 58c ZIM call for 18th March is already up 70% since mention. Mention was 5.10 Now that call is like 8.10.
Stock tanks = buy the stock. . . $ZIM trades like my $CLF. . . you just trade the channel with shares & options, buy during quarter during opex at bottom, sell at earnings. . . works until it doesn’t. . . just learn the channel and understand your risk tolerance. . .
JMIA - E commerce for Africa (commonly called the Amazon/Alibaba of Africa) ZIM - great fundamentals for a steamship line with great management and technology wise are years ahead of their competitors (matson is another good one) GXO - XPO warehousing spin off. Rapid growth with good robotics R&D for automation AVPT - SaaS cloud migration and protection mainly for Microsoft, but also have a presence with CRM ASTS - Space 5g for mobile. Very speculative but if successful, multi bagger
Not on here promoting any discord. You're doing that for me. The discord you're hating on has been around and had about 400 members. None of the stuff your saying even makes sense dude. You're wrong about everything too. I've litterely posted a trade time and a fill in a fucking ZIM post I posted yesterday that is up 50% since the post lmao. I'm trading a single contract? Really? Pretty sure I swung 5 or 10 today on one etf. Have a few longs on another and am still only using 1-3% of my portfolio. What the fuck are you even talking about? Day trading for a living, even making 200 a day is 50k a year. I personally made way more than that trading last year but I do have to tell you, not everyone has "millions of dollars" like you to throw down and then dump out of 30 mins later. Thats what you do, I've seen your recorded trades heres. Lmao. Such a newbie strat for cheap gains over 15 years? You wanna talk actual chart analysis and financial fundamentals? Cause that's what I do. Get a fucking reality check indeed. Please, try to actually contribute something worthwhile to people who are less fortunate than you instead of trying to shit on everyone all the time because they didn't learn options as quick as you, ya fuckin prick.
ZIM yields 18%? I think your problem lies here. There are no surefire ways out there to make that return which would justify taking out a loan at 10ish % interest. How are you going to pull consistent 18% returns? Is it guaranteed, or does it rely on certain things happening (premiums, prices)? But its WSB, do it, spend the first half on blow and then yolo the second half on the most heavily leveraged version of your strategy you can think of
ZIM is a shipping company that had a terrific year, their management did well and they will probably keep outperforming their competition. However a shipping price of $25,000 for a single container is not sustainable (was $2k pre pandemic) and I doubt it’ll last for 3 years. Their dividend is based on their profits. Less profits -> less dividends-> declining share price.