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    Originally Posted by hardestgainer View Post
    you hate to see that, I hope he at least increased his position a little when it was so low to lower his avg

    I thought SPY was looking really red today but now we've got a damn rally, puts pls
    he didn't. He was/is a casual.

    Originally Posted by lockdev View Post
    It's been a long time. AMD outsold Intel back in the mid 2000s. It caused Intel to really get competitive again, and they took back the market in the late 2000s.

    They are known for this.

    Their stock slowly sank in the mid 2000s while AMD was taking over. It starting rising back up again in the late 2000s when they finally got their act together.

    Intel rests on their laurels and doesn't like to innovate unless they have to. Don't count them out just yet.
    cope. There's a lot of interesting opinion pieces about Intel and it aint good
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    Dumped a ton of cash into Rkt at $20, now Rkt is mooning and I'm green for the day. Das it mane
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    Originally Posted by lockdev View Post
    It's been a long time. AMD outsold Intel back in the mid 2000s. It caused Intel to really get competitive again, and they took back the market in the late 2000s.

    They are known for this.

    Their stock slowly sank in the mid 2000s while AMD was taking over. It starting rising back up again in the late 2000s when they finally got their act together.

    Intel rests on their laurels and doesn't like to innovate unless they have to. Don't count them out just yet.
    ....is that really the mindset of a company you want to invest in though? They didnt even learn from their mistake with AMD the first time, AMD might not leave the door open for them again. They've really been pushing hard to take more of a market share, if they can smooth out their quality controls, they could take even more over the next couple years
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    Originally Posted by Venom08 View Post
    We can’t rule out retest of the March lows unless the djia and Russel 2000 make ATHs. It is looking like a crash November to January, followed by a slingshot up to 40,000 by March 2022. I wouldn’t be surprised if we see a crash similar to that of 1987 at that time too.

    https://money.yahoo.com/millions-wil...l&uh_test=2_15
    This is not good.
    What’s your opinion on transferring a lot of stocks/cash into something like QYLD if there’s a good chance of another crash?

    In March it only crashed ~24-25% vs the overall market crashing 35-40%. Plus 12% dividend (edit: 12%/year obvi) paid monthly.

    And if there’s no big crash And it keeps going up then you’d still getting a slight gain and those juicy dividends.

    Thoughts?
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    Happy Friday boyos! Here's some CNBC sloots:
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    look her up.
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    no evelyn taft no care.
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    came across this on cuckit

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    Originally Posted by chino3 View Post
    came across this on cuckit

    Aware me on what this means brah I’m dumb lol
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    Originally Posted by SazabiBrah View Post
    Aware me on what this means brah I’m dumb lol

    Volume for RKT is unusually high expiring November 20th at strike $25.

    Basically call strike $25 there is ~$910K bet that it will start to rise.

    Tdlr long story short someone is betting RKT stock price is going to go up from now till end of November.


    That being said you have to be careful.

    At any point from now till expiry those contract holders can sell their contracts, nobody holds till expiry options. Than RKT is not going anywhere.

    If next week more contracts are bought end of November. It will force RKT stock price to go up.


    This is what that contract price looks over time.

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    The daily looks good on rkt for a run. The 1m shows a similar pattern from when it ran up from 19 to 34. Looks ready to explode.

    Monday they announce new home sales at 10 and Tuesday home ownership rate at 10. Could have two legs up?
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    Originally Posted by SazabiBrah View Post
    Dumped a ton of cash into Rkt at $20, now Rkt is mooning and I'm green for the day. Das it mane
    strong pump n dump company lmao
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    Sweet Jesus, Cenovus buying Husky Energy in a total $23.6billion deal

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cenov...112500018.html

    Let’s see how my $60k Cenovus holding reacts to this
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    Originally Posted by Destor View Post
    Sweet Jesus, Cenovus buying Husky Energy in a total $23.6billion deal

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cenov...112500018.html

    Let’s see how my $60k Cenovus holding reacts to this
    Husky shareholders getting a 20% increase in their holdings from this deal, though I don't know anyone who owns Husky stock.
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    Originally Posted by Heaney View Post
    Husky shareholders getting a 20% increase in their holdings from this deal, though I don't know anyone who owns Husky stock.
    I worked with one guy who was trying (and failing at) day trading them for a long time, already sent him the link


    Seems like a huge win for Cenovus. Husky had been acquired by a Chinese company not that long ago if I recall correctly, now they’ve been scooped up on sale, back in Canadian hands, and Cenovus can use their refining assets to hedge against crude prices
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    Originally Posted by Destor View Post
    I worked with one guy who was trying (and failing at) day trading them for a long time, already sent him the link


    Seems like a huge win for Cenovus. Husky had been acquired by a Chinese company not that long ago if I recall correctly, now they’ve been scooped up on sale, back in Canadian hands, and Cenovus can use their refining assets to hedge against crude prices
    Canadian oil is dead, srs.

    About 25% of my work is focused on the economics of the Permian, Canada simply cannot compete, and even CuckTrudeau had to bend and subsidize the industry to keep it alive.

    Biden will likely win and the 60 Minutes tonight will likely be the nail in the coffin for Trump.

    A Biden win will result in a massive leap forward for alternative energy with based Gods like Elon Musk armed with the financial cannons to splooge. Srs.
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    Originally Posted by ReyDelMundo View Post
    Canadian oil is dead, srs.

    About 25% of my work is focused on the economics of the Permian, Canada simply cannot compete, and even CuckTrudeau had to bend and subsidize the industry to keep it alive.

    Biden will likely win and the 60 Minutes tonight will likely be the nail in the coffin for Trump.

    A Biden win will result in a massive leap forward for alternative energy with based Gods like Elon Musk armed with the financial cannons to splooge. Srs.
    I work directly in O&G brah, I'm on a major pipeline project at this very moment and we're building infrastructure for further expansions 10-20 years from now. We aren't going anywhere srs and neither is oil for the forseeable future.

    What competition are we doing with the Permian basin? We produce heavy crude, Permian is largely light and tight WTI, they're different customers. In fact, I'd argue that US shale has never been and likely never will be profitable and is also heavily subsidized and debt-ridden. Our oil production is totally focused on the long-term, with huge investments up front and reducing production cost / bbl over the long term. Shale is burn and churn, constantly moving, constantly dependent on new capital inflows.


    Edit: Just to throw it out there, Buffett doubled down on Suncor with a disclosed purchase of 5,000,000 shares back in June
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    Originally Posted by Destor View Post
    I work directly in O&G brah, I'm on a major pipeline project at this very moment and we're building infrastructure for further expansions 10-20 years from now. We aren't going anywhere srs and neither is oil for the forseeable future.

    What competition are we doing with the Permian basin? We produce heavy crude, Permian is largely light and tight WTI, they're different customers. In fact, I'd argue that US shale has never been and likely never will be profitable and is also heavily subsidized and debt-ridden. Our oil production is totally focused on the long-term, with huge investments up front and reducing production cost / bbl over the long term. Shale is burn and churn, constantly moving, constantly dependent on new capital inflows.


    Edit: Just to throw it out there, Buffett doubled down on Suncor with a disclosed purchase of 5,000,000 shares back in June
    Much of the pipeline projections are based on potential expansion and I've never trusted pipeline expansion plans as absolute, they seem to be based on optimistic expectations. Those further expansions are circumstantial and based on expansion of in-situ infrastructure.

    The very nature of heavy crude is that it has a disadvantage in the refining to use process.

    Typical blind Canada brah. I'm fairly unknowledgeable on Canadian oil as it's so irrelevant its not even worth considering in our models.

    I'd pick a different career, brah.
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    Originally Posted by ReyDelMundo View Post
    Much of the pipeline projections are based on potential expansion and I've never trusted pipeline expansion plans as absolute, they seem to be based on optimistic expectations. Those further expansions are circumstantial and based on expansion of in-situ infrastructure.

    The very nature of heavy crude is that it has a disadvantage in the refining to use process.

    Typical blind Canada brah. I'm fairly unknowledgeable on Canadian oil as it's so irrelevant its not even worth considering in our models.

    I'd pick a different career, brah.
    It's more difficult to refine and yet we sell to customers who are specifically set up to deal with heavy crude, refineries are configured to crude fitting within a narrow band of chemical / physical properties. They truly are totally different customer bases and target different end product ratios. If it ever became that difficult to sell, we'd expand our capacity to upgrade our own oil internally and then export to the markets.

    I work for a top 10 multinational EPC brah. Many of my colleagues have worked in the middle east, Brazil, Norway, China, and in the Permian, either on the crude side or LNG side. You don't need to be concerned about my career but it is appreciated.
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    Originally Posted by ReyDelMundo View Post
    Much of the pipeline projections are based on potential expansion and I've never trusted pipeline expansion plans as absolute, they seem to be based on optimistic expectations. Those further expansions are circumstantial and based on expansion of in-situ infrastructure.

    The very nature of heavy crude is that it has a disadvantage in the refining to use process.

    Typical blind Canada brah. I'm fairly unknowledgeable on Canadian oil as it's so irrelevant its not even worth considering in our models.

    I'd pick a different career, brah.
    While heavy crude has disadvantages in certain metrics, the vast majority of refineries are geared to run heavy recipe's. Light oil was essentially gone until the shale boom happened, which pushed many refiners to gear heavy crudes.

    Working in O & G it's hard to ignore the rhetoric from the "public" and governments. A lot of it is word salad. Canadian companies have some of the best technology for emissions reduction. I would argue that when the governments finally wake up to failed renewable experiments and their debt is unmanageable O & G will be the darling once again.
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    Originally Posted by Bavaria View Post
    While heavy crude has disadvantages in certain metrics, the vast majority of refineries are geared to run heavy recipe's. Light oil was essentially gone until the shale boom happened, which pushed many refiners to gear heavy crudes.

    Working in O & G it's hard to ignore the rhetoric from the "public" and governments. A lot of it is word salad. Canadian companies have some of the best technology for emissions reduction. I would argue that when the governments finally wake up to failed renewable experiments and their debt is unmanageable O & G will be the darling once again.
    And on top of that, capital investment towards oil production has been suppressed to varying degrees since the price crash in 2014 -- and 2020 certainly hasn't helped. When demand catches up and supply falters, and more production is years of engineering and construction away, we very well may see a crazy price spike again. Shale production is flexible and will likely offset it to some degree but not entirely.

    Such is the nature of cyclical industries. Alberta has shovels in the ground for the TransMountain and Keystone XL pipelines, with at least the former definitely getting built (and likely the latter regardless of politics). We'll be ready for it.
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    Originally Posted by chalup View Post
    Got two more penny stocks to alert you guys on.

    BRTXQ- BK is finalized keeping shares intact, lawyers have to have POR in front of judge by friday to get the Q dropped off. 8k is due within 4 days after that. This should go from .017 to .04/.05 on this alone. If 8k has any information on funding for their approved phase 2 trials no telling where it will go. I'm in at .015 and plan to sell at .03 half and ride the rest.

    NWBO - This stock is a legit bio stock on cancer. Rumors about a buyout are happening and it is going up everyday, insane volume and 2's are still a good place to get in. Longer term hold but could go from 2-3$ to 20-30$. Throw 5 grand on it and set a stop loss and wait it out.
    Thanks for this.

    Been buying BRTXQ since you made this post.

    I expect to clear $50 k profit Monday as they had news after hours Friday and the stock should spike huge.






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    Originally Posted by Carbonfibre View Post
    wonder if tmmrw is another shiit week of trading with stimulus talks.



    there is so many good earnings starting tmmrw

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    Pfizer is supposed to release their vaccine data as well this week.
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    I want to buy some more good dividend growth stocks. Should I wait until after the election?
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    Went ham on Amazon guys, gonna clear eleventy billion on Monday. Here’s proof

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    did you dump your whole account into amazon

    what is that $2 million in amzn stock.


    you really think prime day will deliver?
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