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CashMoneyCane

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The market views the risk/reward ratio in equities as relatively good to fixed income/cash.

I wouldn't touch buying equities with a 30 foot poll right now and remain short.

But if you're not a long-term investor and you're coming here for input, you might as well just put your cash in a barrel and burn it.

Turbulent markets break inexperienced traders.
 

kgranger17

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Biggest hoax ever.

I just keep dropping these nuggets all over this site:

NY has 19 million people and 20000 COVID deaths
Florida has 20 million people and 1200 deaths

Sounds like CuHomo is padding the numbers for those federal dollaz.



AND, little CNN Cuomo is on TV sounds like David Koresh: "Imagine what you would lose going back to work. Look at all that you have gained"..

bro...
 

kgranger17

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Love to hear people's opinions...

A. What the hell is going on? This thing should be tanking

B. What are you looking at or buying? Or are you in all cash...
Are you a passive investor or are you looking to get rich quick? If it's the latter, I'll just give some advice and say don't gamble. That's what it would essentially be. Go throw down 5k on a blackjack game right after the dealer shows 21 and it would be way hella entertaining.
 

pacusmc

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Biggest hoax ever.

I just keep dropping these nuggets all over this site:

NY has 19 million people and 20000 COVID deaths
Florida has 20 million people and 1200 deaths

Sounds like CuHomo is padding the numbers for those federal dollaz.



AND, little CNN Cuomo is on TV sounds like David Koresh: "Imagine what you would lose going back to work. Look at all that you have gained"..

bro...
Wow. I know people in nyc working in hospitals. This sht isn’t a hoax. Nursing homes down here are getting hit hard. Nyc had this in the community and had no clue it was there until sht hit the fan and it was too late.
The subways and all those people packed in together is a totally different way of life than Most of America.
Sofla has the bulk of deaths in the state for that same reason. No politics at all man. Metropolitan cities are the bulk of the deaths. Don’t see Kalispel Montana getting hit for a reason.
 

CFLCane

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Are you a passive investor or are you looking to get rich quick? If it's the latter, I'll just give some advice and say don't gamble. That's what it would essentially be. Go throw down 5k on a blackjack game right after the dealer shows 21 and it would be way hella entertaining.
Nobody is taking your advice here.
 

Bird4um

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What the hell is going on indeed. 30 million unemployed. And thousands more jobs being hemorrhaged by the day. How do you argue that this whole rally isn't Fed induced? They're printing like crazy and doing everything in their power to prop this ship up. I'm just buying gold and silver.
I did well In the silver run years ago and got out in time too... I've thought about the metals.... Have they always done well in a recession/depression?
 

Bird4um

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You sound like someone that sold when the DOW was at 18,000 and missed out on 33% in the last month and a half.
I didn't sell, but didn't buy much at that bottom either.. Few shares of cruise lines, casinos, and restaurants... But was ready to keep buying as they dropped... Never happened....

I'm barely positive for 2020.... 2.5 % up
 

CFLCane

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Love to hear people's opinions...

A. What the hell is going on? This thing should be tanking

B. What are you looking at or buying? Or are you in all cash...

A. The first drop was fear and then fueled by long squeezes. The second drop will be fundamentals. The fundamentals while obviously shitty to literally anyone with eyes or ears haven't had a full quarter to materialize. Companies have suspended future guidance to avoid having to show their hand. The FED won't be able to print money for eternity. Then we'll have to fight through a commercial real estate recession, municipal bankruptcies, and a MOUNTAIN of new added health care debt/reform. Oh ya and likely close to 30 trillion federal debt.

B.

What i'm buying now
China tech etf
China consumer etf
Steel (via Nucor)
Gold, lots of it. Since march 2019 and likely for the next 1-2 years.
Silver
Platinum
Rare Earth
Metal Streamers (mining royalty companies, mainly precious)
Barrick, Newmont, Wheaton (larger precious metal mining firms)

What i will be buying after the fundamentals dip
Copper
Semiconductors, ALL of them. But especially Nvidia, AMD, Intel, Qcom, Bcom, Lam, Skyworks, Taiwan Semi.
Robotics ETF. I haven't done my sector research here for individuals.
Biotech
Aerospace defense MFG's
The streamers. Netflix, Disney etc.
Citibank, BOA, JP Morgan

Also no better time to take advantage of vehicles at 0% 84months and a house refinance or real estate purchase.

This picture pretty much sums up market sentiment imo.

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GAhurricane

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Silver had a huge drop a month and a half ago when the pandemic first hit here and it still hasn't regained to where it was. Gold has only gone up about $100 since before the pandemic, so both still have long ways to go up. Not exactly sure about previous recessions, but that's always the thought. With the massive debts everywhere, and it becoming more and more obvious that everything is dependent on the Fed's money printing, I think you'll see many more people jumping into metals for the next couple years.
 

kgranger17

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This thread is about the stock market but you couldn't stop yourself. He winds you up like talking parrots and lets you loose.
I answered the first question he asked. I think you answered the second.

Did I miss something? I already know you don't like WHAT I said, but it did answer his question.

"This should be tanking" is a lot to unpack.
 

CFLCane

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I answered the first question he asked. I think you answered the second.

Did I miss something? I already know you don't like WHAT I said, but it did answer his question.

"This should be tanking" is a lot to unpack.
Let's hear you unpack your conspiracies about us not being 25+trillion in debt with 16% unemployment. Or let's hear literally any of your equity knowledge besides your generic gambling response. The same one usually muttered by people who don't know wtf they're talking about.
 

Empirical Cane

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The market views the risk/reward ratio in equities as relatively good to fixed income/cash.

I wouldn't touch buying equities with a 30 foot poll right now and remain short.

But if you're not a long-term investor and you're coming here for input, you might as well just put your cash in a barrel and burn it.

Turbulent markets break inexperienced traders.
I disagree to some of your points. If an investor takes a long-term view (5+ years), there are many great companies with stock prices in deep discount territory.

With that said, if someone has less than a 5 year outlook, buyer beware--have lots of antacid ready.
 
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