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41 minutes ago, Desert_Power said:

Interesting, I was wondering if they had others. Looks like LOKM as well. Worse warrants in each though (the 1/2 for LOAK was a big boost).

LOKBU went up 4% since I bought it today :lmao:

LOKM isn't quite out yet.

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Trying to time bottoms is very hard. If you believe in the company long term I feel this price is a very strong entry point long term. Set it and forget for a while. When it doubles....take your

I will make a wager. If this stock hits $420.69 before this earnings call on March 31st, I will pass out 100 FBG subscriptions to the gents in the stock thread.

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1 hour ago, Ridgeback said:

Out of CLEU for a 5% loss. That was fun. A nice reminder to stay away from Chinese products, no matter what form.

On behalf of my daughter 🙂 🤔

darn board changes the middle finger to a smiley.

Actually, you're right. Everyone else needs to STAY AWAY.  💀 :boxing:

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19 minutes ago, Sideshow Bob said:

I don't get the Chick Fil-A love. Their breakfast Chicken Minis are pretty good for breakfast. To me, it takes their sweet and spicy sriracha dipping sauce to make anything on their lunch menu worthwhile. The regular chicken sandwich with that on it is pretty good. The fries dipped in that = pretty good. Nothing there makes me think there should ever be lines of cars outside the parking lot, though.

Same boat. I live in a religious town and they are huge with the church folk, I honestly think being known as a conservative religious company is the big draw around here. They make a good sandwich, but never feel compelled to wait in line for it.

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26 minutes ago, Sideshow Bob said:

I don't get the Chick Fil-A love. Their breakfast Chicken Minis are pretty good for breakfast. To me, it takes their sweet and spicy sriracha dipping sauce to make anything on their lunch menu worthwhile. The regular chicken sandwich with that on it is pretty good. The fries dipped in that = pretty good. Nothing there makes me think there should ever be lines of cars outside the parking lot, though.

Same with In & Out.  I don't understand waiting in line for generic fast food.  Senseless to me.

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31 minutes ago, Sideshow Bob said:

I don't get the Chick Fil-A love. Their breakfast Chicken Minis are pretty good for breakfast. To me, it takes their sweet and spicy sriracha dipping sauce to make anything on their lunch menu worthwhile. The regular chicken sandwich with that on it is pretty good. The fries dipped in that = pretty good. Nothing there makes me think there should ever be lines of cars outside the parking lot, though.

Chik-Fil-A sauce is really good IMO. The one near my office (if I ever go back) is walk up only and extremely quick.

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20 minutes ago, -OZ- said:

On behalf of my daughter 🙂 🤔

darn board changes the middle finger to a smiley.

Actually, you're right. Everyone else needs to STAY AWAY.  💀 :boxing:

I said products, would never slight the ethnicity. 

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1 hour ago, -jb- said:

thank you whoever for the SE tip!

I still haven't gotten any of this yet and am kicking myself. Motley has been recommending it for like a year!

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2 hours ago, caustic said:

I would push a hobo in front of a train for more $SE.

1 hour ago, -OZ- said:

Are we selling FLGT @ $140?

Is your time horizon 1 weeks or 10 years?

1 hour ago, Nigel said:

I sold most of mine, hoping it pulls back so I can reload.

Shame on you.

1 hour ago, -OZ- said:

Sold half at $139.50

You maniac.

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17 minutes ago, Swaymoney said:

I still haven't gotten any of this yet and am kicking myself. Motley has been recommending it for like a year!

"Waiting for the pullback" - famous last words. 

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12 minutes ago, McBokonon said:

I would push a hobo in front of a train for more $SE.

Is your time horizon 1 weeks or 10 years?

 

You maniac.

🚅 

In that account, somewhere between 2-10 years depending if he goes for a MBA.

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I recommend shorting APSG-UN (SPAC) as they are looking to merge with and take my company public. 

* This is less trading advice and more commentary on my company. 

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2 minutes ago, Keerock said:

I recommend shorting APSG-UN as they are looking to merge with and take my company public. 

* This is less trading advice and more commentary on my company. 

This seems like insider training. I'm totally ####### down for some insider trading.

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1 hour ago, stbugs said:

Ok, I own a little API. Bought it a couple weeks ago on a recommendation and it’s doubled. I have no clue what it does and if it’s got a good future. The only article on it seems to state that it will miss revenue when it announces Q4 results. Seems like it’s been caught up in an it’s great to be Chinese even if they waterboard teachers. Luckin kicked my ### but API and BILI have worked out. BILI has tripled since Halloween.

Thoughts on selling and seeing what the Q4 results do?

Sell half a by another Spac

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38 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

Same with In & Out.  I don't understand waiting in line for generic fast food.  Senseless to me.

I agree but I guess the other side of it is that In & Out and Chik-fil-a seem to be pretty good at moving through a line quickly.  My kids love In & Out so we end up there a fair bit.  I feel like I can get through a 20 car line there faster than the car across the street that pulled up to a 5 car Wendys line sometimes.

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7 minutes ago, McBokonon said:
10 minutes ago, Keerock said:

I recommend shorting APSG-UN as they are looking to merge with and take my company public. 

* This is less trading advice and more commentary on my company. 

This seems like insider training. I'm totally ####### down for some insider trading.

Well, the deal, while not final, is all over the news...  

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7 minutes ago, Capella said:

Chick fil a is suburban mom haven. They go there after their morning Starbucks and target run. Place sucks. 

Took me a while to get a hold of one, but the Popeyes Spicy Chicken sandwich is all that AND a bag of chips. :wub:

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Took me a while to get a hold of one, but the Popeyes Spicy Chicken sandwich is all that AND a bag of chips. :wub:

In fact, my wife and little kids are out of town tonight so I might just get a few of these and eat them on the floor like that disgusting video of shirtless David Hasselhoff.  

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2 hours ago, Ridgeback said:

Good question. I just dipped my toe in at 23.46.

No idea what fair price is, but today, at least, IPOE is down because of the wash over from Chamath's CLOV.  This dip may be a good entry point if folks are interested as it looks like an ancillary issue that doesn't apply to IPOE itself.

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17 minutes ago, Capella said:

Chick fil a is suburban mom haven. They go there after their morning Starbucks and target run. Place sucks. 

Food is good, and their managers are so good at traffic control (the ones around here are nutballs) that they dragged them to help with vaccine lines.  

Food is good, small portions, kind of expensive.

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1 hour ago, Sideshow Bob said:

I don't get the Chick Fil-A love. Their breakfast Chicken Minis are pretty good for breakfast. To me, it takes their sweet and spicy sriracha dipping sauce to make anything on their lunch menu worthwhile. The regular chicken sandwich with that on it is pretty good. The fries dipped in that = pretty good. Nothing there makes me think there should ever be lines of cars outside the parking lot, though.

Whatever commie. 

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Only thing I'm seeing. Posted to r/SPACs. 

Matterport Is Said to Be in Merger Talks With Gores SPAC

Virtual tours software firm to have $2 billion-plus value

A transaction could be announced as soon as next week

(Bloomberg) -- Matterport Inc., a maker of software for virtual walk-throughs of properties, is in advanced talks to list via a blank-check company, according to people familiar with the matter.

A deal with Gores Holdings VI Inc. could be announced as soon as next week, said one of the people, asking not to be identified because the matter is private. The transaction is set to value the combined entity at more than $2 billion, the person said.

A representative for Gores Holdings VI declined to comment. A spokesperson for Matterport, based in Sunnyvale, California, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Matterport has seen a spike in usage during the pandemic, as people didn’t want to leave their homes to tour apartments or houses in person. Its 3D technology is used in more than 130 countries and by clients including Redfin Corp. and Marriott International Inc., according to its website.

The company’s investors include DCM Ventures and the venture arms of chipmakers Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Qualcomm Inc., according to PitchBook. It has raised $168 million to date and was valued at $355 million in 2019, PitchBook data shows.

Gores Holdings VI, a special purpose acquisition company backed by private equity firm Gores Group, raised $345 million in an initial public offering in December.

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22 minutes ago, Capella said:

Chick fil a is suburban mom haven. They go there after their morning Starbucks and target run. Place sucks. 

And its the only chain where you can buy a delicious chicken sandwich and stick it to the gays.

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17 hours ago, SFBayDuck said:

In continuing my play of looking for EV/sustainable energy SPACs, I'll be looking to get into RMGCU tomorrow if I can get in in the $10s when it starts trading.  They say they are looking to combine with a business that "has a large and growing market with an ESG and sustainability focus."  This is RMG's third SPAC, their first was a merger with Romeo Power (lithium ion batteries for EVs), which ran from $10ish to $37 after the announcement, although it's back down to $18 now.  And the COO was involved with a SPAC that merged with IEA, an engineering and construction company with a renewables segment, which dipped and didn't perform well for awhile but has gone from $5 range in September to as high as $24 since.

If you're looking for a legalized gambling play, might want to look into GHACU.  They're looking to combine with a "regional gaming, distributed gaming, or online/sports betting business."  They have the CEO of Affinity Gaming involved, looks like they own a bunch of small casinos I've never heard of.  They started trading today and closed at $10.40.  

There was talk here about how small SPACs tend to be, but in the past couple of days we had JWSM.U at $900M and AAC.U at $870M both start trading, both had really generic language in their announcements and I haven't dug into them much yet.

As alway, caveat is I don't know what I'm doing ;)  

Nibbled on this and some JOFFU.

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12 minutes ago, cosjobs said:

And its the only chain where you can buy a delicious chicken sandwich and stick it to the gays.

Related:

 

DALLAS, TX—While gay conversion therapy has long been thought to be ineffective, there may be a promising new method for converting the gays.

Local gay man Landon Ellison was out protesting a Chick-fil-A in his city Wednesday morning when he got hungry. He looked around to make sure his fellow protestors weren't watching before slipping into the restaurant and ordering a classic chicken sandwich.

"It's probably terrible," he sneered at the cashier, who only smiled and said it was her pleasure to have her place of work insulted. "I'll bet it tastes like HATE!"

But when Ellison's food was served 3 seconds later, something miraculous happened: he took a bite of the sandwich and suddenly found he was no longer attracted to men. The woman who served him the sandwich instantly appeared attractive to him. "How you doin'?" he said, raising his eyebrows suggestively. She told him it was her pleasure to be hit on and walked away.

Ellison emerged from the restaurant in a daze, fell to his knees, and lifted his hands and eyes up to the heavens in praise and thanksgiving for the amazing transformation that had occurred in his life.

Sadly, he was turned back by a Whopper.

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26 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

Took me a while to get a hold of one, but the Popeyes Spicy Chicken sandwich is all that AND a bag of chips. :wub:

Oh my god it’s the best 

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3 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

Related:

 

DALLAS, TX—While gay conversion therapy has long been thought to be ineffective, there may be a promising new method for converting the gays.

Local gay man Landon Ellison was out protesting a Chick-fil-A in his city Wednesday morning when he got hungry. He looked around to make sure his fellow protestors weren't watching before slipping into the restaurant and ordering a classic chicken sandwich.

"It's probably terrible," he sneered at the cashier, who only smiled and said it was her pleasure to have her place of work insulted. "I'll bet it tastes like HATE!"

But when Ellison's food was served 3 seconds later, something miraculous happened: he took a bite of the sandwich and suddenly found he was no longer attracted to men. The woman who served him the sandwich instantly appeared attractive to him. "How you doin'?" he said, raising his eyebrows suggestively. She told him it was her pleasure to be hit on and walked away.

Ellison emerged from the restaurant in a daze, fell to his knees, and lifted his hands and eyes up to the heavens in praise and thanksgiving for the amazing transformation that had occurred in his life.

Sadly, he was turned back by a Whopper.

Awesome :lmao:

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27 minutes ago, General Malaise said:

In fact, my wife and little kids are out of town tonight so I might just get a few of these and eat them on the floor like that disgusting video of shirtless David Hasselhoff.  

WTF am I watching and why would his kid video it and post it?

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1 hour ago, -OZ- said:

"Waiting for the pullback" - famous last words. 

Nope, just forgot about it.  I'm too much of a noob to worry about pull backs and such. I just buy and never sell, lol. 

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Only negative on Chick-fil-A, I applied to work in their corporate office. Got to phase 2 and then nothing. Of course that would have meant moving to Atlanta, so it worked out. 

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14 minutes ago, Sand said:

Lol, holy crap. Two of the three guys are from Paysafe who just agreed to merge with BFT (SPAC) in December. Circle of SPAC life. Announce your company merger and leverage the cash you’ll receive from first merger to get people to fund the next SPAC two months later. Brilliant.

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1 hour ago, BassNBrew said:

Sell half a by another Spac

Lol. I can’t even come close to figuring out how many SPACs there are now. I still have a bunch that haven’t merged but are still up a nice chunk. I’ll let API ride a bit, still have enough cash to fund more buys. It’s in my wife’s IRA which is killing it in a matter of a couple weeks.

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2 hours ago, ericttspikes said:

 

My opinion is that IPOE/SoFi will generate great returns for me and is an at least a 5 year hold. I have 1000 shares currently @ a 19 average and not worried about it. I was looking to add early last week in the 18's and then it exploded up. Still looking to add. This is probably a fine place to do it, but I'm greedy and want to wait until it's closer to 20. At 20, SoFi is a $17B company. My personal belief is that SoFi will become a $100B+ company at some point in 5 years.

I agree, that's why it's so surprising that it hasn't ran.  Maybe investors are waiting for the merger to be complete?

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