How Are your Stocks doing

PPB

Sergeant of the Hide
Feb 16, 2018
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#1
Today I am up 73.18 cent. Where will I spend such a generous bounty. How are you making out??
 

sid

Private
Feb 14, 2017
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#3
I am holding RAD since 1 year, the only reason I still have it is because I want to vote against the merger, then I will sell with 1000$ loss
 

PPB

Sergeant of the Hide
Feb 16, 2018
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#6
515 today. Pepsi finally got a boner. Been running on fumes for a month now.
 
Oct 26, 2017
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Hollis Oklahoma
#14
I would recommend Tony Robbins money master the game has a lot of info on stocks. So far I’m just using acorns and tsp. Just started acorns about three months ago and so far I like it.
 

Strykervet

Resident Phoenix Eye and Dim Mak Instructor
Jun 5, 2011
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Pierce County, WA
#19
I got TSLA when it came out... When my wife took in the divorce it was sitting at $30,000. She'll probably sell it at $3000 and take a hit on that too. She totally glazed over when I told her the last three times why we should have cashed it in (at least one time I could have done so and bought half as many shares over again the next week). Wow.

I ran the Investopedia simulator once and did fairly well; 30% is far from normal, don't expect that. I only pulled numbers like that because TSLA was going gangbusters.

I need something to do and a business to run and was thinking of trying it again only with a real investment but it just feels too much like gambling vs. governed by natural laws.
 

308220

Karma Enforcer
Jul 19, 2014
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#21
I would recommend Tony Robbins money master the game has a lot of info on stocks. So far I’m just using acorns and tsp. Just started acorns about three months ago and so far I like it.

I used Acorns for an entire year and lost $5. Sold off my stocks and deleted account.
 
Mar 1, 2005
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#22
I bought bitcoin @ 245. when it hit 20,000 I wanted to sell. I couldnt find the little paper receipt with the numbers on it.
I hid it in my room somewhere............now its at 6400. oh well.......somebody will find it long after im dead, think its a grocery receipt and throw it away.
 

splean

Sergeant
Sep 21, 2007
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On the Western Front
#24
I try to keep my stocks diversified but concentrate on emerging technology. There are companies out there that are working on tomorrow's everyday gadgetry. Just as an example less than a year ago twitter (TWTR) was hovering around $15, today it's at $43.80. Twitter started out as a way for teenagers to gossip, today the President uses it to communicate with the citizenry and in the future it'll probably offer some form of streaming entertainment/live news. In the near future new smart technology will be incorporated into everything.
 

hookedonbrass

Sergeant of the Hide
May 16, 2018
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#25
me too, balls deep in medical marijuana
my pot stocks are shit.

got talked into buying some in mid december with the hopes they would take off after Jan 1. I double my money in two weeks, then it all tanked right after new years. down 50% now

luckily it wasn't a lot of money, just some play money to try it for the first time.
 

308220

Karma Enforcer
Jul 19, 2014
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#27
Twitter. What a crap liberal platform.

I cant believe Trump voters would actually pump money into that company.


Anything for a buck huh?
 

Srikaleak

Sergeant of the Hide
May 11, 2018
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#28
Twitter. What a crap liberal platform.

I cant believe Trump voters would actually pump money into that company.


Anything for a buck huh?
Twitter doesn't really discriminate. I bet there are as many conservatives as liberals on that platform. It caters to people who either love to bitch or love to self promote, sometimes both when it comes to our President. 😋
 

splean

Sergeant
Sep 21, 2007
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On the Western Front
#29
Twitter. What a crap liberal platform.

* I've never attributed political leanings to inanimate objects. I rather think of them as tools. How the tool is used is determined by the operator (sound familiar?).

I cant believe Trump voters would actually pump money into that company.

*Not only Trump voters but Trump himself.

Anything for a buck huh?

*More than a buck.
 
May 18, 2009
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#34
My retirement fund is down $112,000 from the high in January, but its $38,000 higher than I started with 3 years ago and I make monthly draws from it. I'm in a fund thats 70+% stock with the balance in bonds. I don't play individual stocks but I did make some decent money on my company stock.
 
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