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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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Regarding the penny discussion....I've read/watched people give very different definitions.  Some say anything under $5 is a penny, some under $1...heck I've even seen $10.  For a learning experience, I wouldn't hesitate buying a couple future techs in this range over a fractional share of a giant.  That's where I was about 10 months ago.  Drones for example...one of my first purchases was UAVS and I can say that stock has taught me alot.  I wish I had more invested too where I could have done some real trimming, I did take back my initial investment though.  I wouldn't go buy a bunch of stocks under $1 right now, but there are certainly some "future" stocks where you can learn, and profit, under $10.  

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36 minutes ago, stbugs said:

Where are you seeing those numbers? $17 is crazy. One of the reasons they didn’t pop after Q3 (blew away numbers) was that they gave a conservative earnings estimate.

It "was" on a CNBC page.  I can't find it now, but it was on the summary page to the right of the bar chart.

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2 hours ago, stbugs said:

That’s why it’s a decent buy right now. The market is a gambling floor and Amazon isn’t interesting. I feel like it’s a not really risky bet to be around $4000 at the end of this year. Like a boring 20-30% return.

Right, totally agree. I think amazon will be in the 3800-4100 range by December - would be disappointed if it’s not.  

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3 hours ago, stbugs said:

I’ve got my 13 and 16 year olds savings accounts moved over to Fidelity, haven’t figured out what to buy. Thinking smaller companies, because they are in the can buy Google but not Amazon range. That just doesn’t seem fun to follow or give them high ceilings.

I think this totally depends on the kid.

For mine, each has a college account and each has a different mentality. My oldest likes simplicity, so he's mostly VTI. we're setting up his Roth IRA this week at M1 and he'll just contribute $50 weekly to VTI or I might convince him to use some ARK funds. 

My second is risk adverse but also in the top 3% of his class and wants money for his Masters degree. I've been trading in his account but when we talk he's much more concerned about losing than gaining. So we keep some defensive plays like VPU and bonds (not much but he likes seeing them there)

3rd wants to be a computer programmer, he likes the ARK. I also trade in his account, which happens to be the one that has done the best. 

4th doesn't care. His is also the only account with Schwab. He's almost all VTI.

5th is convinced she is a princess. 🤷🏽‍♂️

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55 minutes ago, BassNBrew said:

It "was" on a CNBC page.  I can't find it now, but it was on the summary page to the right of the bar chart.

I think it must have been for next December’s quarter because it comes close to the link I sent you. I hadn’t seen anything close to that high for last quarter. It’ll be interesting because Amazon definitely played down earnings due to CV-19, meaning spending a ton to deliver safely. They are going to be a huge beneficiary of the vaccine even if people think that consumers are going to stop ordering online (hint, they won’t). Last quarter they earned $12.37. CV-19 costs were $8+, so you are talking about potentially having earnings around $20 per share, over a year than means a post CV P/E ratio closer to 20 while growing 20%. That’s all my back of the napkin stuff but if they can turn their delivery logistics into a break even proposition (others pay them to deliver), they could be raining free cash.

Yeah, talking myself into not selling and just calling it my dividend stock/bond.

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59 minutes ago, McBokonon said:

Might regret it but gonna take my 68% gain on $BNGO now.

Can’t regret making that nice return in a week. Having a solid day even with LITE and FVRR, just wish 4 of the 5 stocks I was looking at starting positions in hadn’t gone up nicely pre-market. Damn long weekend. That ROKU sell freed up some money.

Just wish that darn PSTH would merge already. Would love to dump some of those SPACs I’m sitting on, but not until mergers.

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5 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

RLFTF is up 20% over the last 3 hours.  It is currently $.43.

So, that degenerate gambler quip earlier, was that tongue in cheek, or were you outing yourself?

:) 

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8 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

RLFTF is up 20% over the last 3 hours.  It is currently $.43.  This reminds me of when I was a young lad invested in CYDY.

Just came here looking for an exit price. I was thinking about putting in an order to sell at 45 cents but I may push it a nickel. Thoughts? I'm a degenerate trader on this one, not an investor.

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Just came here looking for an exit price. I was thinking about putting in an order to sell at 45 cents but I may push it a nickel. Thoughts? I'm a degenerate trader on this one, not an investor.

There could be a good argument either way.  This stock has had a tendency to rise to 60 or 70 cents when it does go up but that was a couple of months ago.  Their trial ends on Jan 21st.  Hopefully, this is the result of insider trading.

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11 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

RLFTF is up 20% over the last 3 hours.  It is currently $.43.  This reminds me of when I was a young lad invested in CYDY.

Thanks. I'll hold for now

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11 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

RLFTF is up 20% over the last 3 hours.  It is currently $.43.  This reminds me of when I was a young lad invested in CYDY.

Big pop out of HGEN today too. What’s up with that. 

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2 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

There could be a good argument either way.  This stock has had a tendency to rise to 60 or 70 cents when it does go up but that was a couple of months ago.  Their trial ends on Jan 21st.  Hopefully, this is the result of insider trading.

I'm only in for a few $k, so will hold until the 21st.

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1 minute ago, Don Hutson said:

Maybe pessimism about vaccines/mutations and optimism about Biden money?

I still think some of these therapeutics are going to get a pop after Biden takes over and he tells the FDA to start approving some stuff just to try and get things back to normal. 

 

Just a hunch. 

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12 minutes ago, Sideshow Bob said:

Why do people always say degenerate gambler like it's a bad thing?

It must be a regional thing.  Here in Vegas, we just call them “locals”.

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13 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

Maybe pessimism about vaccines/mutations and optimism about Biden money?

Still don’t understand why Trump wouldn’t have done this and got the easy pop. I get the incompetence thing but some stories are so easy to get a quick headlines grab out of. 

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7 minutes ago, Capella said:

Still don’t understand why Trump wouldn’t have done this and got the easy pop. I get the incompetence thing but some stories are so easy to get a quick headlines grab out of. 

He was so tied into the vaccines and Remdesivir/hydroxywhateveritwas. I still think the vaccine timing was held back to not help him. Not that I liked him, he handled last year about as bad as he could, but he’d probably burned every bridge that no one was going to pre-announce the results which they had knowing it could actually affect the vote. I remember the CDC or FDA saying they knew the week before about the Pfizer results.

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2 stocks for example that may benefit from the Biden policies of green energy HYSR and SAENF.  Now what is the Robin Hood impact on these stocks since they are on OTC and currently Robin Hood buyers cannot purchase.  Do we see exponential growth if they uplist and then are able to be purchased by Robin Hood.

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2 hours ago, Capella said:

Big pop out of HGEN today too. What’s up with that. 

Article that Mayo Clinic treatment of covid results are 33% better than national average. Mayo uses lenz as part of its tx protocol. Also full enrollment expected this week for P3.

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5 minutes ago, Moonlight said:

Article that Mayo Clinic treatment of covid results are 33% better than national average. Mayo uses lenz as part of its tx protocol. Also full enrollment expected this week for P3.

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Mayo Clinic’s COVID Treatments Result In Mortality Rate One-Third Of Than National Average

https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2021/01/18/mayo-clinics-covid-treatments-result-in-mortality-rate-one-third-of-than-national-average/

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Sideshow Bob said:

About to wrap up Season 3 of The Clone Wars. After watching the episodes with the Father, Daughter, and Son, I've decided it's time to buy more TRUFF.

Sold 100 shares for a nice 10% profit today :pickle:

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Kicking myself for not dropping more loot on $HAL. Bought 100 $7.80/each. Closed today at $20.54 and paying a solid dividend. Will not be trimming any of this one.

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17 minutes ago, Sideshow Bob said:

About to wrap up Season 3 of The Clone Wars. After watching the episodes with the Father, Daughter, and Son, I've decided it's time to buy more TRUFF.

Nice day for TRUFF up around 30%.

Its likely too early in this sector to get excited but there are going to be some big winners in the coming years, that I'm sure of.  Good to be in before it really heats up.

I will also purchase some MMEDF when it pulls back more because I do want more exposure.  I do think it got pretty far ahead of itself though. 

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3 hours ago, stbugs said:

Can’t regret making that nice return in a week.

Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. Down almost 9% in AH after announcing a stock offering (which they'd be crazy not to do after this run but still.)

 

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1 hour ago, shades said:

Wow me too, I bought on the dip at $40 with a target to sell at $60, which I did. Oops. 

Bought at $40 in March as well, still have it but I should have bought more. Only bought 50, which is a nice position now but was small back then. Everything I bought in late February through March has done ridiculously well. Only ROKU, FSLY and ZM have done better but at least I bought  a lot more of those.

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HGEN down 20% after hours.  It is down to the $16s.

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On January 19, 2021, Humanigen, Inc. (the “Company”) provided an update on its ongoing Phase 3 clinical trial of lenzilumab in hospitalized patients with COVID-19. As of January 19, 2021, more than 500 patients have been enrolled in the trial.

In response to the rapidly evolving therapeutic landscape, the primary endpoint of the trial has been changed to ventilator-free survival through day 28, previously one of several secondary endpoints. Time to recovery will be one of several secondary endpoints. The Company believes this change in the primary endpoint represents a more meaningful endpoint for patients, health-care providers, and payors given the current standard of care for hospitalized and hypoxic COVID-19 patients. The protocol and statistical analysis plan for the Phase 3 trial have been updated to reflect these changes. These changes have been reviewed and discussed with FDA and are expected to be posted to clinicaltrials.gov (NCT04351152). The Company remains blinded to the results of this ongoing trial.

 

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3 hours ago, BassNBrew said:

Up 9%.  This is how it's done Jeff.

At this point, holding Amazon is like holding cash. 

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2 hours ago, BassNBrew said:

Up 9%.  This is how it's done Jeff.

Hey, Netflix does this:

$6.64B revenue and $1.19 earnings for $6.63B and $1.39 estimates

Gains 12% AH even with barely beating revenue and missing earnings.

Amazon does this:

$96.1B revenue and $12.37 earnings for $92.6B and $7.29 estimates

And was down 1% AH. I’ll be looking forward to the earnings report late January/early February (not officially announced yet). 

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1 minute ago, -OZ- said:

At this point, holding Amazon is like holding cash. 

It won’t be, I hope, but I think it’s pretty safe. Kind of like an SPAC around $10. Sort of ignored so not yet same run up as similar stocks, but good potential.

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IPOE with another great day, up 15%.  So right now I'm in:

IPOC (now CLOV)

IPODU, IPOEU (Social Capital merger), IPOFU

NGABU

SVFAU

Any other good ones to get in on the ground floor with here?

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8 minutes ago, Don Hutson said:

HGEN down 20% after hours.  It is down to the $16s.

 

Well, that’s not a good sign, changing the end point of the trial.

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19 minutes ago, Sand said:

IPOE with another great day, up 15%.  So right now I'm in:

IPOC (now CLOV)

IPODU, IPOEU (Social Capital merger), IPOFU

NGABU

SVFAU

Any other good ones to get in on the ground floor with here?

I just started a position in PDAC warrants at 2.85 and also started a position in IPV warrants at 5.25

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54 minutes ago, Sand said:

IPOE with another great day, up 15%.  So right now I'm in:

IPOC (now CLOV)

IPODU, IPOEU (Social Capital merger), IPOFU

NGABU

SVFAU

Any other good ones to get in on the ground floor with here?

Ground floor for me is still RBAC and GHIV. Based on nothing, both have room to grow. I hope :scared:

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1 hour ago, stbugs said:

Well, that’s not a good sign, changing the end point of the trial.

For the second time and this after having to expand their trial.  Definitely starting to feel fishy and that they don't have a good hold on what they are trying to accomplish.

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What have you guys done if you got tangled up in a reverse split? For example, the stock reverse splits and is trading ~100% lower than your new average...which seems miles apart.

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What a day today.  At 3pm saw the insane volume on NDRA and DARE wanted to take a flyer with one for 500 shares into the close.  Both popped beautifully.  Today was a great day.  GEVO needs to fill some gaps ran way to hard today.  Hopefully Biden speaks about alternative energy at length tomorrow and gives another pop to GEVO.  Does not hurt that the founder of GEVO is now on Biden's Science Team.

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