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Old Mon, Nov-27-2017, 04:33:57 PM   #5811
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Well, didn't want to make another topic in Inaugaration watch.

How do you guys feel the new POTUS will effect the stock market? Short term? Long term? Business minded?

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going back through this thread and seeing some of the prices makes me wish I had a time machine.... buy as much apple as I could when this started.

anyone playing GBTC? in May I looked at it and should have pulled the trigger....
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Old Thu, Nov-30-2017, 10:47:57 PM   #5813
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The only one I have that has done well for me is NIHD, which is Nextel Brazil. Bought at around $1.40 and now it's $2.00+ a share. It's near its 52 week high. Since I bought it, growth has been good, and they had a good 4Q in 2017. My other micro-cap is XTNT; they make products to heal/repair damaged bones. I'm up about 20% on this one. One that has me very curious is OCX; this micro-cap recently jumped 60%, but has since lost some gains in after hours trading. Don't have any (yet), but I wonder.....Will see what happens on Monday and the coming weeks. Don't know why, got that feeling with this one. Had that same thing with RKDA and didn't buy any; Jeebus was that ever a massive blunder of major proportions.

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Old Sun, Apr-01-2018, 10:45:01 PM   #5815
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anyone else in AMZN? waiting for that stock split nahmean
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Amazon's growth is astounding, and like most all other securities, it has reacted predictably with the entire market down swing, so it is at a low, not a 52 week low, but lower. Still though, $1,400 per share is a lot of risk to carry for a single share. With Amazon's acquistion of Whole Foods, I'm not keen that they assumed a large chunk of debt tied to that deal (I want to say it was >$10B from recollection). Generally, the market has been on a record setting Bull run, but all good things must come to an end. In about 12 to 18 months from now, many are predicting a market correction, and a correction to a high dollar per share security can be devastating. Overall, I think Amazon is a great long-long term security to own, but just not right now. If you MUST buy now, limit your risk, look at micro or small cap businesses for right now that is not so tied to consumer spending....
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Amazon's growth is astounding, and like most all other securities, it has reacted predictably with the entire market down swing, so it is at a low, not a 52 week low, but lower. Still though, $1,400 per share is a lot of risk to carry for a single share. With Amazon's acquistion of Whole Foods, I'm not keen that they assumed a large chunk of debt tied to that deal (I want to say it was >$10B from recollection). Generally, the market has been on a record setting Bull run, but all good things must come to an end. In about 12 to 18 months from now, many are predicting a market correction, and a correction to a high dollar per share security can be devastating. Overall, I think Amazon is a great long-long term security to own, but just not right now. If you MUST buy now, limit your risk, look at micro or small cap businesses for right now that is not so tied to consumer spending....
Micro and small caps have lower risk...?

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Ehhhh, that did not come out the way I wanted it to... So here is what I kinda meant: Before Pres. David Dennison ( - a little humor here...) started to negatively Tweet about Amazon, their value has been riding fairly high, not too terribly far away from it's 52 week high. So buying a security near its high, in my opinion, is risky due to any number of things - like our government being a bit of turmoil (cabinet members being dismissed left and right and those posts remaining unfilled, for now), a tariff war just with China looming, a hawkish Nat Sec Advisor entering the Pres's Cabinet, and etc. Look into companies that say had say a flat 2016 and 2017 and are now emerging out of their flatline revenue and are now beginning to turnover some revenue, and are picking up momentum. Falling from high hurts more than falling from say a low-to-middle ground as far as where the security's value is pegged.
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Ehhhh, that did not come out the way I wanted it to... So here is what I kinda meant: Before Pres. David Dennison ( - a little humor here...) started to negatively Tweet about Amazon, their value has been riding fairly high, not too terribly far away from it's 52 week high. So buying a security near its high, in my opinion, is risky due to any number of things - like our government being a bit of turmoil (cabinet members being dismissed left and right and those posts remaining unfilled, for now), a tariff war just with China looming, a hawkish Nat Sec Advisor entering the Pres's Cabinet, and etc. Look into companies that say had say a flat 2016 and 2017 and are now emerging out of their flatline revenue and are now beginning to turnover some revenue, and are picking up momentum. Falling from high hurts more than falling from say a low-to-middle ground as far as where the security's value is pegged.
Falling from high hurts more...its all about what the big money wants it to feel like and how their monthly/quarterly return targets are doing. Many schools of thought buying at highs and riding momentum and break outs. One thing I can tell you after working on wall street for 10 years (hedge fund and then top investment bank), is that I don't know what works, sadly...personal hunches, fancy statistical models, etc don't result in consistent good performance, way too many variables changing way too frequently.

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