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Garth Phoebus
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So, if I were to follow folks on $TWTR the trending topics state I should dump my $LCID for $GGPI . It is starting to work with me where I could take my 50% of Lucid and jump into something new and producing more cars. Your thoughts? #Publican #stockhoarder
Just taking a look back at stocks I dropped at or during this decline. These are stocks I would jump back in on when the market is ripe for them. However, it appears $CFLT is a fighter and should have atuck it out with them. Any stocks you sold during this you wished you held onto? #Publican #stockhoarder
Dec 29, 2021 - Jan 28, 2022
Well, we all know the market is going downward, but I did not expect my portfolio go from a bottom of -9.5% to ending at -0.9%. Pleasantly surprised, but I am embracing for this to be the norm. #Publican #stockhoarder
Transparency time. I don’t know how many more bad days are ahead of is, but all I know is that my faith says everything happens for a reason. The hard part of accepting that is not knowing when it gets better. Below is my weekly chart. January 12 shows that I was up as much as 4.8%, but in reality I ended that day -.43%. That was the best day out of my week. Out of all my holdings, only six stockSee more
💰Leveraged ETFs Forward Split Vs. Reverse Split💰 🗓01/13/2022🗓 ⭐️What Is a Leveraged ETF⭐️ ✅It is an Exchange-traded fund that uses financial derivatives (options contracts and/or futures contracts, etc) and debt to amplify its returns. ✅Regular ETFs track stocks in an index in a one-to-one ratio, but leveraged ETFs aim for a 2:1 or 3:1 ratio. 📊 What Is a Split📊See more
Happy 2022 New Year everyone! Summarizing my 2021, the below stocks are my longest holds of over 330 days. December 2021 was a very bad month for my portfolio overall ending in the 🟥 at -12.76%. Overall in 2021, because of November and December being down months for my portfolio, I ended my year in the 🟥 at -7.59%. My holdings that remained 🟩 at the end of the year: $LCID See more
Jan 4 - Dec 31, 2021
Lately, it seems when we are investing, we take one step forward and two steps back. But, never fear, the investors are going to dump stock this month to claim those losses on taxes for the new year and stocks will continue to fall. Investing is not a get rich quick scheme! It takes time and patience. #growth #longterm #Publican
As the new year approaches, I challenge all of us to think about how we grow as a community and reflect on our time within the community. Ask yourselves these questions: 1) Am I being a positive influence on this community? 2) Am I losing ground in my investment style? 3) Am I following the right individuals and/or reading trusted sources? 4) What is my investment style? 5) Is my financial posturSee more
Today (Nov 22 Mon) the market is obviously in pandemic trade. For those including me who believe the pandemic shall pass and can bear a quarter of time cost, today is a good time to add. I would add gradually since no one can time the bottom. Good luck to all #Publican
Dr. Damodaran is the God of company valuation IMO. In case you miss his latest valuation update on $TSLA , make sure you have a good *view*. His verdict - Tesla in most optimistic view is valued at $571. For short term players, don't need to agree or disagree with any valuation model. The same baseball card can be valued dramatically different between US and China. The point should be knowing diffeSee more
My weekly biggest gains and losses to share to #publican . Big allocation on $TSLA and $KOLD and $PYPL . History data, aka bragging, is meaningless unless it gives you future guidance.
Nov 8 - Nov 12, 2021
It seems that conversations are now happening in posts instead of chat groups. Information transparency it is. #Publican
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