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22 minutes ago, SFBayDuck said:

Etrade, along with just about everyone else, have phased out fees with the exception of some for OTC, foreign stocks, etc.  Is that what you're trying to buy?  If so, I think most charge fees for those.

I also use Fidelity and like it, many use TD, some use Schwab.  It's all personal preference, with some having slightly higher fees for foreign stocks, some not allowing you to trade in certain stocks (I couldn't buy SFIO in either of my accounts, others here were able to).

Having both TD and Fidelity is good. You can save some fees using Fidelity, but you have to go to TD to buy some really high risk penny stocks.

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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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3 hours ago, RC94 said:

I'm using E-trade but would like to switch to a free trade platform.  What do you guys recommend?

 

Webull. You can trade crypto with it, too.

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3 hours ago, RC94 said:

I'm using E-trade but would like to switch to a free trade platform.  What do you guys recommend?

 

Go with Fidelity and don't look back. 

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48 minutes ago, RC94 said:

I haven't been involved with it for a long time, which is why I'm looking to move to a more up to date platform.  Thanks for not helping, though.

This seems absurd to us, as many of us would have thousands of dollars in fees every year. But I we had to pay a $7, we would have significantly different trading patterns. Its truly revolutionized retail stock trading. Welcome to the tread. Its fun in here and we see lots of winners posted.

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On 2/4/2021 at 9:32 AM, Todem said:

Good morning.

 

Value/dividend picks today for those seeking current income, and some long term moderate growth. These stocks are highly defensive. 

 

MDU

EXC

VZ

GIS

GSK

PFE

LMT

 

These are not sexy in today's GME/AMC/SPAC/Bitcoin frenzy/roulette wheel casino market we see right now LOL.

These are real stocks, with real earnings, and real strong and growing dividends. 

Buy them with the utmost confidence for long term compounding and a defensive sleeve for your portfolio.  

Take care folks.

Took a small position in each of these for a start.  Thanks.

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2 hours ago, RC94 said:

It's like $7 a trade.

I haven't paid for trades other than Penny stocks like RLFTF

Ah, you're only dealing in Penny stocks. I'm not sure what platforms don't have fees for those. Schwab, Maybe RH?  

Really though, as a beginner, Penny stocks probably aren't a good investment. It this is just gambling money knock yourself out. But if you need or want this money in the future, you may be taking on more risk than prudent.

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On 2/4/2021 at 8:15 AM, BassNBrew said:

EURN with terrible numbers and fore-shadowing a dividend cut.  I just dumped all my tanker stock.  Probably means all will be up 5% today.

 

On 2/4/2021 at 9:29 AM, Sideshow Bob said:

Yeah, I'm planning to exit, too. Though you have to wonder how far they can fall when they're already 25% below book.

Just as I suspected....everything I sold is now up 10%.  I really need to start doing the opposite of what makes sense to me.  Buy on the news of dividend cuts, reduced income, idle capacity, and losing money.  Sell any company generating revenue.

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2 minutes ago, BassNBrew said:

 

Just as I suspected....everything I sold is now up 10%.  I really need to start doing the opposite of what makes sense to me.  Buy on the news of dividend cuts, reduced income, idle capacity, and losing money.  Sell any company generating revenue.

I'll be opening a reverse bassnbrew etf. ;)

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7 minutes ago, -OZ- said:

I'll be opening a reverse bassnbrew etf. ;)

You should....everything I've been touching has turned to ####.

On the other hand, I'm absolutely crushing it for MIL.  That's more of a set it and forget it account.  I also don't buy any crazy leveraged ETFs or have after hours access setup.  Probably need to take some notes from that.

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58 minutes ago, BassNBrew said:

 

Just as I suspected....everything I sold is now up 10%.  I really need to start doing the opposite of what makes sense to me.  Buy on the news of dividend cuts, reduced income, idle capacity, and losing money.  Sell any company generating revenue.

I dumped most my tankers as well and pivoted in to $NMCI. Considering 2023 $STNG leaps as my tanker play. 

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4 hours ago, cosjobs said:

NNOX looks to be forming a nice head and shoulders, so it has a chance at a freefall. What's the cheapest, most profitable way to bet on a 15% loss by the end of next week? Will answer yours/

Buy 2/12 puts?  Just looked, 2/12 $65 puts going for around $7.60.  So in my opinion they’re fairly expensive and some of this is already priced in.  

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XL has been mentioned before and I think I'm going to start a position on Monday.  But they are planning to exercise their warrants on 3/1 at $11.50 - what does that typically do to the stock price?

 

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Why did I get a damn inch thick bound book for Diamond Head Holdings $DHHCU? :lol:  I ain't reading that damn thing 

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Why did I get a damn inch thick bound book for Diamond Head Holdings $DHHCU? :lol:  I ain't reading that damn thing 

I had five of those this week.  $100 starter position and someone spends $5 in postage and $6 on a ream of paper.

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1 hour ago, BassNBrew said:

I had five of those this week.  $100 starter position and someone spends $5 in postage and $6 on a ream of paper.

Opt in to only e-communications?  
 

I sure hope our boy TilapiaNTequila has. 

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3 hours ago, [icon] said:

Why did I get a damn inch thick bound book for Diamond Head Holdings $DHHCU? :lol:  I ain't reading that damn thing 

Just got one for FSSIU yesterday. :lmao: Had no idea they did this.

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6 hours ago, SFBayDuck said:

Opt in to only e-communications?  
 

I sure hope our boy TilapiaNTequila has. 

Not sure????

most of myself comes online except these war and peace manuscripts. 

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56 minutes ago, EZD222 said:

Have etrade. Have never paid a fee so I'm confused.

I called E-Trade last night.

Stocks on nyse and nasdaq are free.

Pennies have a fee

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16 hours ago, [icon] said:

Why did I get a damn inch thick bound book for Diamond Head Holdings $DHHCU? :lol:  I ain't reading that damn thing 

You're was bound?  Mine just had banding to hold the loose paper together.  I feel slighted here.

 :rant:

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6 hours ago, Sand said:

You're was bound?  Mine just had banding to hold the loose paper together.  I feel slighted here.

 :rant:

Well bound with banding. Definitely not properly bound :lol: 

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16 hours ago, BassNBrew said:

Not sure????

most of myself comes online except these war and peace manuscripts. 

same here. It usually seems to be the more risky stocks, so maybe they are doing it as a cya thing.

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6 minutes ago, cosjobs said:

Once this SPAC and Penny stock honeymoon ends, we should all probably move our accounts to Vanguard.

I like Vanguard for a lot of reasons, but their UI is certainly far behind other brokerages I've used.

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I signed up with Simply Wall Street (simplywall.st) for their trial I love it. Its been the easiest to use and most wasily accessible, extremely detailed narratives of any portfolio 

I would subscribe in a second if I knew how much.

Here is their pricing plan and I can't figure out if its 80/mo or 80/yr.

If its an annual price, I'm definitely in. 

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13 minutes ago, cosjobs said:

I signed up with Simply Wall Street (simplywall.st) for their trial I love it. Its been the easiest to use and most wasily accessible, extremely detailed narratives of any portfolio 

I would subscribe in a second if I knew how much.

Here is their pricing plan and I can't figure out if its 80/mo or 80/yr.

If its an annual price, I'm definitely in. 

I see it as $115/year.

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1 minute ago, Wild Young Billy said:

I see it as $115/year.

for some reason, mine reflects a ~30% discount, probably because of the link I i use. 

Whichever; it says the price is XX and is billed annually.

Most every competing plan is priced monthly. Just seems unclear and could mean monthly price is XX and annual cost is billed 12XX.

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14 minutes ago, McBokonon said:

Very good indication of how sharply my priorities have shifted that I’m looking more forward to seeing the $FVRR commercial than the game.

what game?

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Just now, cosjobs said:

UUUUWS Has been pretty great lately. I bought in the 1.70s/1.80s and it closed Friday at its all time high 2.54.I did not know if it even sold AH, so for ####s and giggles I listed 500 for 2,70. It sold. Idk what that portends for Monday, but I'll have some available for sale in the 2.80s, 2.90s etc. Pre-market.

Look here, I was the solitary AH transaction in the universe Friday.

 

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6 minutes ago, Leeroy Jenkins said:

Wow, Motley recommended FVRR and they just had a super bowl commercial. Should’ve bought last week. 

In one of my services with them they were recommended at $20 or so at the beginning of 2020. Livongo as well around the same price. Took me until $59 to buy Livongo and $121 for FVRR (bought two more time a little higher, glad I did). Wish I didn’t wait that long would have had way more but man there was so much to bye early last year. Easy to miss some.

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A little above NAV, but saw this earlier:

Alussa Energy @AlussaEnergy

#WillFerrell brings the humor and truth to @GM’s Big Game commercial. Norway is a leader in #EV and that’s why we’ve announced a business combination with @FREYRBattery to bring the lowest cost and cleanest battery to the market. #cleantechnology $ALUS

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6 hours ago, McBokonon said:

Very good indication of how sharply my priorities have shifted that I’m looking more forward to seeing the $FVRR commercial than the game.

Was the Four Seasons Total Landscaping in the ad, THE Rudy Four Seasons? :lol:

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Tesla just bought 1.5 billion in bitcoin.

 

Bitcoin to 50k by mid-week and 100k+ within the next 6 months.

 

Is a massive tesla short squeeze looming? 

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10 minutes ago, hooter311 said:

Tesla just bought 1.5 billion in bitcoin.

 

Bitcoin to 50k by mid-week and 100k+ within the next 6 months.

 

Is a massive tesla short squeeze looming? 

If you don't mind, can you post a list of your bitcoin stocks again.

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1 minute ago, BassNBrew said:

If you don't mind, can you post a list of your bitcoin stocks again.

My crypto funds are currently spread out like this:

30% MARA 

30% MSTR

20% GBTC

10% ETHE

10% DMGGF

 

 

Other miners I like are RIOT for btc and HVBTF for etherum.

 

Etherum futures just opened on CME today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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