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Which is the better choice in terms of what you consider to be the most appealing and exciting choice #longterm #platinum #financialfreedom #opportunity #profit #futurefocused #gold #bestbuy #cantlivewithoutit #lovealllife #itsok #acceptance #ungulatesMatter #ungulateshavearights #weareallthesame #dabke if youre down $BTC $MATIC $ADA $TSLA $SHIB $DOGE $SOL $LUNC $LUNA #publictookit they sstopped you from selling when there was a profit during rhe volatile aftermath of luna and then they forced you to sell it now for nothing…. #wakeup #sleepygary #waitwhat #iloveanimals

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15 votes Ended 02/28/23
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$BTC 💸 - Forecast🌡️ + Targets 🎯 🔥 Price took out liquidity with the completion of Wave 2, in black, and then made a lower low. This, in of itself, created a new institutional hedging mitigation point of interest for future revisit 💡 🔥 Since, price has carried out new smaller 5 wave cycle and is currently still within its respective corrective cycle. 🔥 Price has retraced to at least the golden zoSee more
Invested in Best Buy
$BBY down on reports of weak foot traffic… the company still remains the best retail space to get electronics and more and more of the home is becoming “smart” giving best buy more and more things to sell. they trade at 9.4X earnings with a great management team, they do buybacks, offer a dividend and have a great relationship with manufactures to have a better supply then other stores when it comes to product. For Example after apple released new products at their most recent event I noticed the wait time to receive the product if ordered directly from apple was 3 weeks but if ordered on Best Buy you could receive it in 1 week. Apple clearly prioritizes its relationship with Best Buy to keep them happy as I’m sure many other companies do as well. #BestBuy
Invested in Best Buy
$BBY has been able to capitalize on everything becoming “Smart” as all things become tech Best Buy becomes a place to buy more and more of the products needed in the home and your personal lives. I believe the Total Tech Membership #bestbuy has implemented will lead to people buying more of their products from #BBY vs direct from the manufacturer due to the benefits surrounding the membership. As far as fundamentally the multiple on earnings at 9.7x is cheap especially for my portfolio filled with mostly growth prospects at much higher multiples. I also like the buybacks and dividends the company provides. #retail #tech
Invested in Best Buy
Have you ever been to a store where you couldn't find help? That has never been my experience at #bestbuy . You walk in and you're greeted and immediately after that is the mobile phone center. The associates in the #cellphone center are eager to help. Have you ever wondered which #electronics you should get to increase #productivity or maybe which #digitalcamera is best for your #tiktok and #youtube videos or for #zoom ? They have display models so you can make the #bestchoice at Best Buy. Of course, they have the #geek squad if your computer needs service. They sell #appliances and #movies and #videogames ... It's pretty fun just to browse their #tv selection for #streaming ...
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