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I was a paper handed bitch and I sold, Powell press conference freaked me out
Makes sense, Yellen made millions from them in speaking fees, now they gotta have their back scratched
they'll continue to cruise on yield curve control and just rollover debt into the future
ape buy more too! like stock!
watching CNBC realizing they are the ones taking cues from us, not the other way around!
what can happen? what do YOU want to happen?
hodl for your grandchildren
Would you be willing to walk us through which broker to use and how to cop some hot poo coin?
is it just me or is that a double descending wedge preparing for a breakout? I'm probably going to buy some tomorrow they have nice fundamentals and retractable needles seem to be all the rage among the elderly and hard drug users.
I like the stock.
it's always been like this, they have their way with the spoils in Singapore and other early markets and US gets the slop of the hog feed
is this it?
they're just trying to shake you out like nasty bull being ridden in a rodeo
best answer, find your own risk profile and part with what you are ok with losing
lock in modest gains to recoup you initial principal and hold on tight for the ride to the moon and beyond
dump? I'm looking to buy more
prob going to keep buying a few more shares at $60, this is the logically ape thing to do
step one: withdraw all of your cash from Robinhood to your bank
step two: ach transfer from your bank to your new brokerage, wondering if you have one in mind and if not- I'm hodling in Ameritrade and Ally
always remember that 2 million people with $10 are more powerful than any whale
just holding? you need to ride the waves and that takes discipline, because you might hit the rocks, surfs up brah
Tech stops ripping higher, fin stocks getting railed because of rampant fraud. My take is people are using their stimulus shots to bolster online sales, value stocks too.
ape snorting silver crayons, I salute u
Institutional investors in countries where it's already tomorrow are getting first dibs on creme de la creme highest bid prices and lowest asking prices. In other words, while it's closed, the butcher is getting prime cuts.
the premium is just like an insurance deductible you pay, nothing is on hold. The contracts are just underwritten by brokers who must cover their own positions and usually this is done by debiting premium to their account or whoever writes the contract. The premium is exactly what it says in the name, it is an extra fee you pay for the price to hold the contract, which gives you the option- but not the obligation, to buy.
An option contract is like an insurance contract in the sense that so long as you hold it you have the right but not the obligation to exercise the option at the strike price. Like an insurance contract you are paying a premium, aka the option price to transfer the risk from you to the writer of the contract. I'll stop there to see if that clicks.