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    Originally Posted by FinanceBrah2004 View Post
    I have 20k into Dave and Busters [Play] at about 15 USD. how screwed am i? Im expecting it to be just a big waste of time but ill get a good pay off. Will probably dip down below 10 USD with 2nd wave.. once COVID goes away within 1.5 years or so, will be up to 30-40USD and ill 200% my bid.
    is there any chance they go bankrupt? they have a lot of long term debt.... would have to look more into the company
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    is there any chance they go bankrupt? they have a lot of long term debt.... would have to look more into the company
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    How do you guys feel about international markets, particularly emerging markets? I think at this point, US valuations are getting stretched and the international scene is also looking better short-term with the virus. I'm thinking about allocating more to VTWAX and VEMAX going forward. US is also heavily tilted to tech at this point, so I'm also thinking about buying an equal-weight S&P500 fund on the next downturn
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    Originally Posted by imbeingcereal View Post
    How do you guys feel about international markets, particularly emerging markets? I think at this point, US valuations are getting stretched and the international scene is also looking better short-term with the virus. I'm thinking about allocating more to VTWAX and VEMAX going forward. US is also heavily tilted to tech at this point, so I'm also thinking about buying an equal-weight S&P500 fund on the next downturn
    I think Asian healthcare/biotech stocks will boom over the next 10 years. This is where I'm looking at making my next purchase.
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    Originally Posted by oaktownabroad View Post
    I think Asian healthcare/biotech stocks will boom over the next 10 years. This is where I'm looking at making my next purchase.
    been dollar cost averaging into these the last couple of years, das it
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    Originally Posted by FinanceBrah2004 View Post
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    I guess we will see what happens then. 10 months isnt too bad
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    Originally Posted by oaktownabroad View Post
    I think Asian healthcare/biotech stocks will boom over the next 10 years. This is where I'm looking at making my next purchase.
    examples?
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    I am currently investing with Vanguard. However, I think that I may be interested in changing to M1 Finance, primarily due to the automatic rebalancing and ability to buy fractional shares. Any opinions?
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    Originally Posted by luckyboy23 View Post
    The bubble can and maybe will pop, but what? It cannot go back up? 5k CAD it can touch.


    No, but if a burrito shop in the US/Canada can be $1115 per share... Why can't TSLA be worth that or higher? They're on a global scale and their owner is a master troll. His ego alone will drive that share way up. The man is behind many other business ventures and this is just the beginning for TSLA.. I can see the share price dropping substantially after a stock split.

    What if AAPL never split all those times? Where would it be? Don't under estimate the cult mentality behind Tesla. They're more than a car company.
    This moron literally thinks $TSLA's valuation is justified because $CMG has a similar share price, even though the market cap is 7x higher LOL.
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    Originally Posted by pattbattmann View Post
    i am currently investing with vanguard. However, i think that i may be interested in changing to m1 finance, primarily due to the automatic rebalancing and ability to buy fractional shares. Any opinions?
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    Originally Posted by ontclone View Post
    I guess we will see what happens then. 10 months isnt too bad
    should be enough to weather out vaccine
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    Originally Posted by tunafish01 View Post
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    Originally Posted by PattBattmann View Post
    Why?
    I have a buddy that used m1 and they did some bizarre thing when buying fractional shares.

    I started with sharebuilder years ago and would just have it invest a set amount every week into mcd and wmt, I really liked how that worked! After they were bought out by cap1 it went away, but it was pretty sweet for a new investor.

    I know cs and rh do fractional and I’d much rather use one of them than m1.
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    Originally Posted by Captain0bvious View Post
    That one could very easily go bankrupt if theres no second stimulus. Im buying cloud stocks now (RNG, NOW, ZS, WORK, ect)
    Theres definitely a second stimulus man already confirmed, also have 10 months of cash to burn... Also BLM needs to be blamed for all this trouble they are causing, pieces of scum chit.
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    Originally Posted by RobParks2M View Post
    lmao. I've got some tulips to sell you as well

    Of course I am not serious but it somewhat floors me that so many people risk a decent chunk of their retirement on a company with no profits and a man who is a brilliant mad man.
    Another huge week for me with Tesla lol.

    Again, I don't understand why it has the value it has, why it's more profitable than Coke, but, Tesla alone is having me ACTUALLY looking at my first ever investment property to potentially buy.
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    Originally Posted by PattBattmann View Post
    Why?
    1.) M1 you can't get in and out of a position when you want. It's not HUGE, but if you want to sell Disney at 1pm, you can't.

    2.) Theres a reason Schwab, Vanguard, and fid. are the "big 3". They've been around forever, they will continue to be around forever, they create their own low cost mutual funds, customer support, etc...

    It seems like you like the idea of "auto" re-balance. Vanguard (and Charles Schwab) have the 2 best "target date retirement" mutual funds... in my main IRA, I have 80% of my entire money into a 2060 target date retirement fund (at a .07 expense ratio, that is ABSURDLY low). I literally have to do nothing, just put money into that fund however often I want. They basically manage the portfolio like you're going to retire in 2060. Early on its heavy in stocks, once you're 15 years out of retirement it gets a little less aggressive, when you're 5 years out it gets even less aggressive and a lot of your money is in bonds. Vanguard has those too, you legit dont have to do anything, at all, ever.... It's worth the .07 expense ratio to never have to research/buy sell etc...
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    Originally Posted by FinanceBrah2004 View Post
    Theres definitely a second stimulus man already confirmed, also have 10 months of cash to burn... Also BLM needs to be blamed for all this trouble they are causing, pieces of scum chit.
    Just because they have 10 months of cash, doesn't mean they can't file bankruptcy before it is all gone which is probably a smarter thing to do.... just a warning
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    Originally Posted by headturner1 View Post
    I have a buddy that used m1 and they did some bizarre thing when buying fractional shares.

    I started with sharebuilder years ago and would just have it invest a set amount every week into mcd and wmt, I really liked how that worked! After they were bought out by cap1 it went away, but it was pretty sweet for a new investor.

    I know cs and rh do fractional and I’d much rather use one of them than m1.
    I started with sharebuilder years ago too and used their automatic investing plan. I was bummed to see them go because it was so cheap.

    M1's basic platform seems almost identical, but even cheaper. No costs whatsoever for buying and selling. I don't mind the set times daily of when buying and selling can be done because I'm not hopping in and out due to what happens within a single day.

    I am new to the platform though so maybe some issues will start to pop up but I haven't seen any yet.
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    Originally Posted by EpicenterRex View Post
    1.) M1 you can't get in and out of a position when you want. It's not HUGE, but if you want to sell Disney at 1pm, you can't.

    2.) Theres a reason Schwab, Vanguard, and fid. are the "big 3". They've been around forever, they will continue to be around forever, they create their own low cost mutual funds, customer support, etc...

    It seems like you like the idea of "auto" re-balance. Vanguard (and Charles Schwab) have the 2 best "target date retirement" mutual funds... in my main IRA, I have 80% of my entire money into a 2060 target date retirement fund (at a .07 expense ratio, that is ABSURDLY low). I literally have to do nothing, just put money into that fund however often I want. They basically manage the portfolio like you're going to retire in 2060. Early on its heavy in stocks, once you're 15 years out of retirement it gets a little less aggressive, when you're 5 years out it gets even less aggressive and a lot of your money is in bonds. Vanguard has those too, you legit dont have to do anything, at all, ever.... It's worth the .07 expense ratio to never have to research/buy sell etc...
    Thanks for the input. I ended up changing to Fidelity, which seems like a good choice.
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    I'm thinking XOM and DIN as my first investments.

    I don't know much, but I think they are both low enough now that they would be good long term.

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    I’ve never really bought tech stocks besides AMD. They all seem so expensive but never stop going up.

    Looking at SQ, NET, and SE. They have all had such huge run ups this year. I picked up 100 SQ at 126 and was thinking of getting 100 SE and 300 NET. Willing to hold for years. You guys think these are too expensive?
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    RTX is looking really really good for the long term, once commercial air travel recovers. I've been investing mainly into VWCE but now RTX will be another option for me. What do you guys think?
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    I sold AMZ when it finally reached 2000 after bouncing around for so long. Bought 7 shares at 1700. Somebody please put a bullet in my head
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    Originally Posted by Icepops81 View Post
    I sold AMZ when it finally reached 2000 after bouncing around for so long. Bought 7 shares at 1700. Somebody please put a bullet in my head
    Lol, I did the same thing before Covid hit. Got in under 1600 right at the start of 2019, and then got out at around 2000 before the crash. Thought I was being smart.

    Fuk. Guess I deserve it for doubting Bezos.
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    Originally Posted by MediocreGains View Post
    Lol, I did the same thing before Covid hit. Got in under 1600 right at the start of 2019, and then got out at around 2000 before the crash. Thought I was being smart.

    Fuk. Guess I deserve it for doubting Bezos.
    I bought in at about $2,900. However, it could possibly be a $10,000 stock, srs.
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    Holy balls at Tesla. Can I go ham investing in this stock to fund my retirement?........semi-srs, lol.
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