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And nobody wondered why Cappy's second kid, Jeffrey Amazon, was born on October 22.

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34 minutes ago, Bob Sacamano said:

And nobody wondered why Cappy's second kid, Jeffrey Amazon, was born on October 22.

Love that boy 

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Sorry fellas was really busy yesterday.....

 

 

 

AMAZON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

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ZON

 

 

 

 

 

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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32 minutes ago, stbugs said:

Does this mean some potential fun today for CYDY?

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cytodyn-announces-stunning-results-clinical-110010381.html

Between a solid stash of AMZN and 5000 shares of CYDY, this could be a very nice day for me. 

That's some great news from a medical standpoint alone.

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10 minutes ago, The Lost One said:

Quick question, fidelity or TD, or other, which would you choose to open an account with as a new investor?

I'm with TD because I like the Thinkorswim platform.  I hear Fidelity is good too.

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56 minutes ago, stbugs said:

Does this mean some potential fun today for CYDY?

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cytodyn-announces-stunning-results-clinical-110010381.html

Between a solid stash of AMZN and 5000 shares of CYDY, this could be a very nice day for me. 

Looks like after hours trading has CYDY up 16+ percent.

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29 minutes ago, Jayrok said:

I'm with TD because I like the Thinkorswim platform.  I hear Fidelity is good too.

Thx for the info. TD just got bought out by Schwab I heard. 

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38 minutes ago, identikit said:

Looks like after hours trading has CYDY up 16+ percent.

That was before the article this morning. Here’s to a fun day!

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11 minutes ago, The Lost One said:

Thx for the info. TD just got bought out by Schwab I heard. 

True.  I don't own stock in either firm.  I have an IRA account I trade with at TD.  If Schwab keeps TD's trading platforms/tools, I'm good with that.  If things change that I don't like, I'll move on.  E-trade is an option.  But I'd guess they will be bought out at some point too.  Schwab becomes a really heavy hitter with this deal.  

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It’s nice to be up solidly on a red day for all the stocks I follow. Definitely feels nice to buck the trend.

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So somebody on wallstreetbets took 75k of 1 day otm calls and turned it into 1M.  

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2 hours ago, The Lost One said:

Quick question, fidelity or TD, or other, which would you choose to open an account with as a new investor?

Those are the two I have and I prefer Fidelity. Their layout and interface and readily accessible info are all better than TD imo.

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21 minutes ago, cosjobs said:
2 hours ago, The Lost One said:

Quick question, fidelity or TD, or other, which would you choose to open an account with as a new investor?

Those are the two I have and I prefer Fidelity. Their layout and interface and readily accessible info are all better than TD imo

I’m certainly no expert as I’ve just recently started investing but when I was doing what you are and trying to figure out who to go with I ultimately settled on Fidelity.  I liked their interface and low fee’s.  It’s only been a few months but I’m happy with them so far.  

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Just a little public service announcement from the guy who picked Luckin Coffee (LK) in the FBG 2020 prediction pool. Down 20% today on fraud charges. Not sure if this is a buying opportunity (I've been watching it skyrocket for two months) but after a few days, we'll see where it shakes out. Trading at $29 as I type.

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4 minutes ago, pecorino said:

Just a little public service announcement from the guy who picked Luckin Coffee (LK) in the FBG 2020 prediction pool. Down 20% today on fraud charges. Not sure if this is a buying opportunity (I've been watching it skyrocket for two months) but after a few days, we'll see where it shakes out. Trading at $29 as I type.

Just bad luck(in) I guess.

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52 minutes ago, dkp993 said:

I’m certainly no expert as I’ve just recently started investing but when I was doing what you are and trying to figure out who to go with I ultimately settled on Fidelity.  I liked their interface and low fee’s.  It’s only been a few months but I’m happy with them so far.  

Great info/ insight. I was leaning Fidelity as well.  Just read that they were ranked #1 overall in 2019 slightly ahead of TD and with TD just being bought out by Schwab, that could add changes that aren't positive. 

Fidelity it is!

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50 minutes ago, pecorino said:

Just a little public service announcement from the guy who picked Luckin Coffee (LK) in the FBG 2020 prediction pool. Down 20% today on fraud charges. Not sure if this is a buying opportunity (I've been watching it skyrocket for two months) but after a few days, we'll see where it shakes out. Trading at $29 as I type.

Charges from Muddy Waters. Who is short Luckin. It's what they do. Short company, levy fraud charges, make their $$, move on to next target. 

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23 minutes ago, pecorino said:

Just a little public service announcement from the guy who picked Luckin Coffee (LK) in the FBG 2020 prediction pool. Down 20% today on fraud charges. Not sure if this is a buying opportunity (I've been watching it skyrocket for two months) but after a few days, we'll see where it shakes out. Trading at $29 as I type.

Wow, interesting. Back to $31, but is it worth a buy? If they truly did fudge numbers that’s really bad.

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All I know is that I’m up 2% on a day where the S&P is down 1.6%. Feels good. I have a list of probably 50 stocks I watch and two are barely green (own 1 of those) and 2 are bright green. AMZN and CYDY. They are covering all my other losses (AMZN is my largest holding). I do sense a little downdraft overall here. Coronavirus sure, but methinks there’s a lot of profit taking as well. Been a long positive run.

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Fascinating story about the guy that caused the flash crash a few years back.  Turns out he is an autistic savant who saw the markets as a video game and played to win.  And he won bigly, though he didn't have a profit motive in doing so.  That sounds contradictory but the story explains it pretty well.  

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There was a 159.73 million sell volume at 12:25pm in the DOW.  Is that number total shares traded at that moment?   

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3 hours ago, cosjobs said:

Those are the two I have and I prefer Fidelity. Their layout and interface and readily accessible info are all better than TD imo.

Did you open both brokerage and cash management account or just a brokerage account?  

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2 hours ago, dkp993 said:

I’m certainly no expert as I’ve just recently started investing but when I was doing what you are and trying to figure out who to go with I ultimately settled on Fidelity.  I liked their interface and low fee’s.  It’s only been a few months but I’m happy with them so far.  

Did you open both brokerage and cash management account or just a brokerage account?  

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17 minutes ago, culdeus said:

Roosting yet?

I think this one's different from bird flu

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3 minutes ago, Bob Sacamano said:

I think this one's different from bird flu

I'm looking at beaten down sectors here.  Energy, lodging, transportation, casinos.

Bought some PK right before this whole thing started up (so really I'm the cause of all this) and it's gotten to ridiculously attractive levels now.  Also, not sure when the bottom is in on this, but the oil majors have been pummeled and look pretty good.

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I was wondering about companies like IQ and NFLX. If EVERYBODY'S home sick...

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48 minutes ago, The Lost One said:

Did you open both brokerage and cash management account or just a brokerage account?  

I opened a 529 for my daughters college and a brokerage account (I believe).  

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7 minutes ago, dkp993 said:

I opened a 529 for my daughters college and a brokerage account (I believe).  

Yeah, I'm just doing the brokerage account. 

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Wine. Probably
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3 hours ago, The Lost One said:

Great info/ insight. I was leaning Fidelity as well.  Just read that they were ranked #1 overall in 2019 slightly ahead of TD and with TD just being bought out by Schwab, that could add changes that aren't positive. 

Fidelity it is!

I invest with Fidelity and their zero fee funds have been awesome.

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8 minutes ago, The Lost One said:

How much?

Sorry. They're gone.

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Blame Otis. He has weddings to fund.

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6 hours ago, The Lost One said:

Did you open both brokerage and cash management account or just a brokerage account?  

not sure the difference in these accounts.

I use TD for some Roths and Fidelity as my gambling stake and another Roth.

No real reason to split Roths, but I cashed in $14000 of CYDY from my Fidelity gambling account and want to move it to my Roth. But rather than wait the extra days going from Fidelity to TD, I just opened another Roth at Fidelity. Also, as soon as the cash hits the new Roth, I will reinvest it all in CYDY. Would not mind a slight dip at that point.

I like homerun longshot position in my Roth. No taxes on homeruns are sweet

eta - I keep about 75-80% of my retirement in a very conservative 401k. That should fund basic retirement. The Roth determines how much fun I have over basic.

 

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7 hours ago, Bob Sacamano said:

Charges from Muddy Waters. Who is short Luckin. It's what they do. Short company, levy fraud charges, make their $$, move on to next target. 

I'd like a copy of that newsletter the week before

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4 hours ago, The Lost One said:

How much?

I have two for sale. They're at 24.50 now in after hours trading

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What means this? That is, how does it affect me and the stock price?

CytoDyn holders file for equity offering

Jan. 31, 2020 7:01 PM ET|About: CytoDyn Inc. (CYDY)|By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor 

CytoDyn (OTCQB:CYDY) holders have filed to offer up to 16.03M shares, including shares underlying warrants and preferred stock.

The shares include 6.41M shares underlying shares of preferred stock issued to the selling stockholders; just over 8M shares underlying warrants to purchase common stock; and 1.62M shares issued in connection with financial advisory fees.

The company won't receive any proceeds from the sale of shares.

The list of selling stockholders include Thomas Mollick (holder of a 1.4% stake), and Cool Blue Capital (1.1% stake).

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I'm no expert but it sounds like "Crazy Eddie" Antar's involved in this

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Grateful for the $10k I've made on CYDY in a very short span; wishing I'd have gotten in earlier and heavier!  

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9 hours ago, cosjobs said:

What means this? That is, how does it affect me and the stock price?

CytoDyn holders file for equity offering

Jan. 31, 2020 7:01 PM ET|About: CytoDyn Inc. (CYDY)|By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor 

CytoDyn (OTCQB:CYDY) holders have filed to offer up to 16.03M shares, including shares underlying warrants and preferred stock.

The shares include 6.41M shares underlying shares of preferred stock issued to the selling stockholders; just over 8M shares underlying warrants to purchase common stock; and 1.62M shares issued in connection with financial advisory fees.

The company won't receive any proceeds from the sale of shares.

The list of selling stockholders include Thomas Mollick (holder of a 1.4% stake), and Cool Blue Capital (1.1% stake).

I read it as Chet got his deal to buy shares from existing shareholders.

i dont think it will impact the price but not a bad thing to have a new investor soak up these shares

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1 hour ago, The Lost One said:

Is CYDY still worth buying or has that ship sailed?

Chet says that there is still money to be made. Most on this board, I think, are holding and/or accumulating.

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30 minutes ago, djmich said:

I read it as Chet got his deal to buy shares from existing shareholders.

i dont think it will impact the price but not a bad thing to have a new investor soak up these shares

Agree.  I’m no expert but I read it as being non dilutive to current shareholders.  Part of the already authorized 700M shares and not creating new shares.  Now there will be new shares able to trade and as djmich says could be an avenue for  private buy/sell not on the open market.

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13 minutes ago, pecorino said:

Chet says that there is still money to be made. Most on this board, I think, are holding and/or accumulating.

Ummm, who's Chet?  Yes, I'm a noob.

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