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OP: November 23, 2020, 10:54:28 AM
What do you do with them?

I gave you Grumman's at 180 it's at 308
Mirror gave you enzc at 0.0009 cents a share! It's now 0.0028 in only a week.

Opportunity abounds.
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#1: November 23, 2020, 12:50:32 PM
Grumman took 5 years to mature from 180


There's better opportunity out there. Like $AMD

$50 to $92 within 6 months! I can see it hitting $100 soon easy. $1.75 to $92 within 5 years! Will be nice when they introduce dividends.

I love stock that's actually got a product behind it (ie not FB or other software / SAAS that doesn't seem to have actual generic growth).

I bought airlines on the recent black swan event day. ~200 GBP (IAG) currently at a loss. If covid disappears and the whole WEF thing is bs, then it should go back up to ~500. If not I doubt it will matter anyway as I doubt I will be high "caste" enough to be able to use it.
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#2: November 23, 2020, 01:12:34 PM
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Grumman took 5 years to mature from 180


There's better opportunity out there. Like $AMD

$50 to $92 within 6 months! I can see it hitting $100 soon easy. $1.75 to $92 within 5 years! Will be nice when they introduce dividends.

I love stock that's actually got a product behind it (ie not FB or other software / SAAS that doesn't seem to have actual generic growth).

I bought airlines on the recent black swan event day. ~200 GBP (IAG) currently at a loss. If covid disappears and the whole WEF thing is bs, then it should go back up to ~500. If not I doubt it will matter anyway as I doubt I will be high "caste" enough to be able to use it.

Only took one from when I told y'all to buy it 😎
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#3: November 23, 2020, 01:13:44 PM
Tell me where and is in 6 months.
Grumman is going to 600.

We will always fund war
Chip competition is getting severe current gen chips will be archaic vestiges in a year wait till you see what they have coming
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#4: November 23, 2020, 01:29:58 PM
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Tell me where and is in 6 months.
Grumman is going to 600.

We will always fund war
Chip competition is getting severe current gen chips will be archaic vestiges in a year wait till you see what they have coming

Intel is currently at a 3-year low, not counting the market dip in March.
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#5: November 23, 2020, 02:39:33 PM
I bought silver.

I bought a couple gold mine penny stocks too, which are no longer penny stocks.

Wish I was around for the Grumman stock, or had sold Tell. before it went too far down.  Ah well.
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#6: November 23, 2020, 06:55:46 PM
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I bought silver.

I bought a couple gold mine penny stocks too, which are no longer penny stocks.

Wish I was around for the Grumman stock, or had sold Tell. before it went too far down.  Ah well

I actually just bought back into tellurian. But enzc has serious breakout t potential. 500 usd gets you 17k shares
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#7: November 24, 2020, 07:16:22 AM
Call me stupid, but i dont jive with indirectly funding and supporting companies that profit off of products/services that are not beneficial to us (we the people) which is why i dont invest in stocks.
Yes the argument exists that its gonna happen anyways but im stubbornly refusing (perhaps to my own detriment).
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#8: November 24, 2020, 11:08:19 AM
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Call me stupid, but i dont jive with indirectly funding and supporting companies that profit off of products/services that are not beneficial to us (we the people) which is why i dont invest in stocks.
Yes the argument exists that its gonna happen anyways but im stubbornly refusing (perhaps to my own detriment).

You'd rather those profits go into the hands of those who don't share your sense of benevolence.
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#9: November 24, 2020, 11:27:57 AM
Ah the ol' "I'm too moral to make money" canard.  If you were in a war and you could steal the opposition's primary weapon would you not use it?
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#10: November 24, 2020, 12:16:47 PM
I have trouble with this concept too. Had a meeting the other day with my banker, and he spent about 10 minutes complaining about comcast (their poor service) and then smiled and said "well at least the stock's doing well..." and I could only think of the Ouroboros. I questioned him about it - "why would you invest in a company you hate?" and he didn't have a good answer and agreed it was funny how things worked out. "On one hand I hate that their customer service is overseas, on the other, I'm glad their stock price is going up." It's cannibalism.

If we all participated in society this way (only invested in things we vetted completely and companies that were upstanding) would it not have an impact? I think this is inline with the idea that we need to take full responsibility for everything while we're here.

It's similar in nature to purchasing product is it not? The big difference being that the purchase directly supports operations, while the vast majority of equities are now merely bets on the future market value/future sums someone is willing to pay for those shares (so not as directly responsible for the operations of the underlying company). Even IPOs are simply reselling of major institutional money - so you're primarily supporting the banks putting together the IPO and not the companies themselves (as their shares have already been purchased). 

Also I know you're vehemently opposed to crypto, but this argument applies to that as well - meaning it does have it's limitations when it comes to where you place your money.

I've slowly started to come to the side of the "better in my pocket" than theirs - as I've learned there is a lot more you can do with money than just "buy stuff."
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#11: November 24, 2020, 12:17:19 PM
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Ah the ol' "I'm too moral to make money" canard.  If you were in a war and you could steal the opposition's primary weapon would you not use it?

I do like this analogy.
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#12: November 24, 2020, 12:27:36 PM
Trading and investing are two different things.

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#13: November 24, 2020, 03:15:25 PM
The stock market exists to convert your fiat into no longer your fiat.

So why not use it when it's a sure thing?
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#14: November 24, 2020, 06:45:23 PM
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I have trouble with this concept too. Had a meeting the other day with my banker, and he spent about 10 minutes complaining about comcast (their poor service) and then smiled and said "well at least the stock's doing well..." and I could only think of the Ouroboros. I questioned him about it - "why would you invest in a company you hate?" and he didn't have a good answer and agreed it was funny how things worked out. "On one hand I hate that their customer service is overseas, on the other, I'm glad their stock price is going up." It's cannibalism.

If we all participated in society this way (only invested in things we vetted completely and companies that were upstanding) would it not have an impact? I think this is inline with the idea that we need to take full responsibility for everything while we're here.

It's similar in nature to purchasing product is it not? The big difference being that the purchase directly supports operations, while the vast majority of equities are now merely bets on the future market value/future sums someone is willing to pay for those shares (so not as directly responsible for the operations of the underlying company). Even IPOs are simply reselling of major institutional money - so you're primarily supporting the banks putting together the IPO and not the companies themselves (as their shares have already been purchased). 

Also I know you're vehemently opposed to crypto, but this argument applies to that as well - meaning it does have it's limitations when it comes to where you place your money.

I've slowly started to come to the side of the "better in my pocket" than theirs - as I've learned there is a lot more you can do with money than just "buy stuff."

Only if you're deluded enough to believe the market functions on merit. It's been run by an autonomic feedback program for 12 years or so. What's worse they cant pull the plug or it all goes boom
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