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I just bought regular dwac, it's low enough to be close to dwacw + 11.50 to not deal with extras
That's the gist I got. If I buy them through something like webull, I suppose there is an option in-app to exercise the warrant? I found I had some cash on webull that I forgot I had as I only opened it, funded it a bit and never used it. I'd love to use that free found money on some DWACW and leave enough in there to exercise when the time is right.
I'd hope I could do that without an intermediate and just exercise it in-app.
I could also sell the warrants as warrants without exercising them if they pick up value and I don't want to deal with the hassle, I suppose
Buying warrants (DWACW) means what? You set a reserve price for what DWAC will cost you after 30 days? How do they work?
Fractional shares at its current value. Post split it should be 140-150 I feel that will draw many more in like splits with apple and tesla did.
GME has been shitty for a while now. The short squeeze has gone on for over a year now and it's never even sniffed the $400+ it did back then.
I know there is a lot of DD on GME but i don't really see it in practical terms. Heard the same about AMC and I diamond handed 3k profits on my small holdings to now being -500 on it lol.
Heard the same about silver and was buying at mid 30s during the squeeze then it dropped to mid 20s.
I'll hold just in case but the squeeze to me feels like a load of shit. With how crypto has gone I feel like hedges covered their losses when RH messed with it and the crypto sell offs to me were likely hedgefunds covering their losses.
What does GME have going for it? I'm holding just in case, but what do you see coming from it other than what people want it to do?
Understood. Strictly financially speaking, a 1:20 split to bring the price of a top 3 company to rates anyone can afford is as close to a recipe for success as one can ask for.
But I do get it, though. I own some dwac from when it was $12.50 and a handful of GME shares. I made a lot of bad plays following shit advice and am banking on making it back.
I wouldn't trust anything on paper when it comes to metals.
Google is going to apparently do a 1:20 split in July, and I love splits. My tesla shares after the split sold at 100% profit and then some after I sold. A 1:20 at today's price would make each share worth 140 and you know so many people will jump in when each share is so cheap for such a big company.
3 shares on robinhood, 5 on computer share. Let's go!
Yup. Not to mention the bullion banks pull the same BS.
"Store your gold with us. Don't do allocated storage where you pay more to have your gold actually stored, put it in the pool for little to no fee and you can take out gold when you need it!
Then they resell the same gold over and over to anyone because no one ever "claims" their gold. But if everyone were to pull out their metal at once, there'd be far more gold on paper than there is in vault because they resell the same gold to many as no one ever demands delivery.
Fractional reserve banking applies to metals as well.
PSLV recently got some Criticism on WSS. I do not trust what I do not hold when it comes to metals.
I have a few hundred ounces of silver and several ounces of gold, mostly jewlery that I bought at close to spot.
I have a 103 gram 24k necklace that I got for 12% over spot. Nothing like wearing your stack and not have it be locked away. I've gotten pieces at spot, I've sold a necklace I got for 450 for 620 within weeks because people are willing to pay retail prices for jewlery lol.
When it comes to metals, that's something you want to own, IMO. Like physically own.
Personal responsibility, man. I don't do options and I envy those that made it big. But it's not for me.
Robinhood making trading mainstream is like AOL making the internet mainstream. All "common knowledge" went out the window.
Hertz went bankrupt and people were still pump and dumping its corpse. Lol.
I have very little money in the bank. I was able to save up a bit since I paid very low rent for a while with minimal expenses. I have a big chunk of my savings in silver and gold, another big chunk in crypto, and a pretty big chunk in stocks as well.
I have 50 from when it was at 12.50
I don't want to ruin that average so I never buy more 😒
I bought in at 13.47 and it hasn't been kind. But long term with truth social announcements in the future, I'll be ok.
The guy's name is times Square and his only post is this. He's shilling his own company, and bad at it.
Yeah maybe in 10 years just like GME 👍
Brave would send me all the ads via notification but no rewards. Maybe because I use VPN but their shit is negligible. Great browser though.
Also BAT yields interest on celsius if you have BAT.
No Shiba though xD
They been up a while and are established? I love those rates and no minimum time restrictions.
The 6.2% only applies to the first. 25btc after that it's 3 and change. So I'll probably swing that .25btc over
I'll check them out and use your referral if I get into it.
Yeap I switched to crypto.com because I opened an account with their cro coins. Staked 4000 bucks worth for 6 months at 10% returns and have been buying in on this platform while selling off on robinhood as, like you said, I don't own the coins (even though they're coming out with a virtual wallet but idc fuck RH
Never heard of it. I'm already staked in at different points (some at 2.5% flexible any time, some at 4.5% 1 month, and some at 3 month 6.5% for bitcoing, and 4.5% on ethereum no term commitment)
I'll have to look into Celsius. Can I just transfer to there? I was using robinhood which has lower prices than crypto for some reason so I had to buy in with crypto and wait till they went up on robinhood to sell off.
Yeah the dealers are cock suckers. Every last one of them. So is my state for still charging 7% sales tax on most sites making it harder to find value purchases since my options are limited.
Bison bullion has generic poured bars for relatively cheap. They also slice up 1000 ounce comes bars and sell the slices.
I have several hundred ounces of silver. It is heavily manipulated by bullion banks. They swap tons of it with each other at the vaults to make it seem like it's trading far more than it is, which keeps prices low.
http://reddit.com/r/wallstreetsilver went on several squeeze campaigns and all ot dod was raise premiums, deplete retail stock for a while and prices are lower now than they were 6 months ago.
Good to have for when the dollar collapse, and an eternal store of wealth, but not exactly a money making investment so far for me and it's been a year already.
Gold has stayed more stable but premiums are high. I found a guy that sells me jewlerry at closest melt value so most of my gold is in chains and bracelets so it at least has a practical use. Got a few coins of it as well.