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Which pharma stock is better? Abbv, pfe, or mrk?

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I wouldn’t pigeonhole yourself into the monthly mindset. Foremost should be is that dividend sustainable with room to grow. The list of monthly payers is just too small of a sample size.

Better would be to find the quality companies with an increasing dividend I.e ABBV. With the right stocks you could be getting 5-6 payouts a month.

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ABBV 170c 12/16

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ABBV, MSFT,AMZN

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Your original post only mentioned “VTI, VT, QQQ, etc” nothing about your individual stocks, so it was misleading coming as as if you were mostly in ETFs.

If you wanted to say that the past 52 weeks have been completely trash, then we’re all in agreement. Especially growth/tech individual stocks.

I’m only green overall because 60% of my portfolio is in VOO; most of which I bought during Covid flash crash. I have fewer individual winners (AAPL, PFE, ABBV, CAT) than I do with losers (3M, INTC, BABA, T, etc).

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My Stock Portfolio

In the current order:

SBUX ETSY ABBV BAC SONY HON NEE AAPL STEM NOK TGT GOOGL AMD DKNG SOFI PLTR NIO

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I’m 22 looking to supplement both growth and income.

This is my m1 portfolio at the moment:

ETFs:

6% VTI 2% VXUS 2% BND 6% UPRO 4% TMF 2% SCHD 2% DVY 2% FDVV 2% DGRW 2% VIGI 2% JEPI 2% QYLD 2% DIVO 2% NUSI 2% BXMX 2% SVOL 2% BAR 2% XLRE 2% FV

Stocks: 1% AMD 1% NKE 1% NVDA 1% META 1% CMCSA 1% MA 1% HD 1% BRK.B 1% JPM 1% MSFT 1% PFE 1% COST 1% V 1% ADBE 1% XOM 1% GOOGL 1% AAPL 1% BAC 1% SCHW 1% PEP 1% UNH 1% NFLX 1% DIS 1% AMZN 1% TSLA 1% VFC 1% AFL 1% WBA 1% FRT 1% IBM 1% BEN 1% ATO 1% NEE 1% ED 1% ADP 1% KMB 1% PG 1% LOW 1% WMT 1% O 1% MMM 1% CLX 1% MCD 1% KO 1% AMCR 1% MDT 1% JNJ 1% CVX 1% ABBV 1% PEP

Yes, this is convoluted, but it has outperformed the S&P 500 and the three-fund portfolio.

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$70 a week on AAPL is equivalent to 5 cents? Apple is 18% from all time highs? I'm confused here. And some of the other stocks like MRK, ABBV BMY, SCHD, near all time highs. Nice generalization though! FYI my average contract size is around $50, per contract... I guess you don't like money?

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FRU.TO oil & gas royalty company TD.TO bank BCE.TO telecommunications FTS.TO utilities ABBV medical

I have and all these for a while and intend to hold them forever.

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Berkshire B - Diversified with strong brands

ABBV - Diversified with strong brands

TMO - Duopoly, industry leader

ASML - Very little competition in an industry growing leaps and bounds

LMT - The world is not safe and every country needs to defend themselves

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WM, MCD, AVGO, AAPL, ABBV.

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ABBV is a beast

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ABBV, JNJ, KG, AAPL, CSCO

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who else is shorting ABBV?

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>The machine learning model predicts that ABBV will go up in the next few days.

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ABBV

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ABBV, LMT, KO, KLAC and GIS all doing well.

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First off we have to stop this toxic constant bashing of any slightly bullish point of you. It’s getting ridiculous. Just be happy you got your bear market rally and hope no one constantly makes fun of you during the next drop

To the point, people like me were 100% in stocks in March 2020. We also need to get rid of these strawman that everyone misses bottoms that make us sound intellectually superior. That you recognize the bottom but all of these dumb people didn’t. There was a huge difference between March 2020 and now.

March 2020 had such good sales that I raided my emergency fund and at one point only had $600 in my checking account because I invested everything. I bought Home Depot and CAT when they were at a pretty historic dividend yield to 4% and other stocks like utilities when they were yielding 5% and ABBV close to 7 percent yield which was also very high even for them

We haven’t had that sort of sale in 2022. Tech dropped a large percentage but it’s not the same because those stocks never should have gone up as high to begin with. Call me when fairly valued stocks drop into undervalued territory. That’s when people like me get 100% invested.

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I like QCOM, AMD, and ABBV. I am older. So quality growth is my thing.

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ABBV

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GOOGL, KLAC, WBD, LMT, O, COST, AAPL, ABBV, EQIX, V.

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|1|Price|Price Change %|Gain/Loss %|Dividend Yield|Symbol| |:-|:-|:-|:-|:-|:-| |2|$149.14 |-0.37%|-8.98%|0.60%|AAPL| |3|$2.36 |-11.13%|-86.39%|--|AAPL 01/20/2023 165.00 C| |4|$153.16 |2%|60.98%|3.90%|ABBV| |5|$0.14 |125%|80.53%|--|ABBV 11/18/2022 160.00 C| |6|$20.79 |1.41%|-36.38%|2.34%|ACI| |7|$41.63 |-2.12%|-12.13%|4.20%|FNF| |8|$0.53 |-12.59%|-6.40%|--|FNF 03/17/2023 50.00 C| |9|$95.60 |-0.85%|-28.66%|N/A|GOOGL| |10|$0.06 |-17.91%|-64.18%|--|GOOGL 12/16/2022 132.00 C| |11|$32.48 |-0.33%|-14.52%|3.40%|IQLT| |12|$0.35 |-53.35%|-706.45%|--|IQLT 03/17/2023 36.00 C| |13|$24.09 |-1.03%|-22.94%|7.40%|OLP| |14|$287.58 |-0.13%|-11.28%|0.70%|QQQ| |15|$2.93 |-9.58%|37.68%|--|QQQ 01/20/2023 320.00 C| |16|$398.41 |-0.03%|-5.55%|1.50%|SPY| |17|$3.41 |-9.68%|-123.50%|--|SPY 12/16/2022 417.00 C|

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thanks. I'll try again

Price	Price Change %	Gain/Loss %	Dividend Yield	Symbol
$149.14 	-0.37%	-8.98%	0.60%	AAPL
$2.36 	-11.13%	-86.39%	--	AAPL 01/20/2023 165.00 C
$153.16 	2%	60.98%	3.90%	ABBV
$0.14 	125%	80.53%	--	ABBV 11/18/2022 160.00 C
$20.79 	1.41%	-36.38%	2.34%	ACI
$41.63 	-2.12%	-12.13%	4.20%	FNF
$0.53 	-12.59%	-6.40%	--	FNF 03/17/2023 50.00 C
$95.60 	-0.85%	-28.66%	N/A	GOOGL
$0.06 	-17.91%	-64.18%	--	GOOGL 12/16/2022 132.00 C
$32.48 	-0.33%	-14.52%	3.40%	IQLT
$0.35 	-53.35%	-706.45%	--	IQLT 03/17/2023 36.00 C
$24.09 	-1.03%	-22.94%	7.40%	OLP
$287.58 	-0.13%	-11.28%	0.70%	QQQ
$2.93 	-9.58%	37.68%	--	QQQ 01/20/2023 320.00 C
$398.41 	-0.03%	-5.55%	1.50%	SPY
$3.41 	-9.68%	-123.50%	--	SPY 12/16/2022 417.00 C
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ABBV, AMZN, MSFT,

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Can anyone suggest an article on conservative options strategies?

I'm trading accounts under 2 risk profiles: Aggressive, and Conservative.

In the Conservative accounts, I'm successful at tightly containing realized losses. Gains have been paltry.

In the aggressive accounts, I'm making lemonade. Selling CCs to offset cost on long positions. Various wheel & other strategies are performing well, considering this year's movement.

Price	Change %  P/L %  %Div	Symbol
-----   --------  -----  ----   -----------------
$149.14 	-0.37%	-8.98%	0.60%	AAPL
$2.36 	-11.13%	-86.39%	--	AAPL 01/20/2023 165.00 C
$153.16 	2%	60.98%	3.90%	ABBV
$0.14 	125%	80.53%	--	ABBV 11/18/2022 160.00 C
$20.79 	1.41%	-36.38%	2.34%	ACI
$41.63 	-2.12%	-12.13%	4.20%	FNF
$0.53 	-12.59%	-6.40%	--	FNF 03/17/2023 50.00 C
$95.60 	-0.85%	-28.66%	N/A	GOOGL
$0.06 	-17.91%	-64.18%	--	GOOGL 12/16/2022 132.00 C
$32.48 	-0.33%	-14.52%	3.40%	IQLT
$0.35 	-53.35%	-706.45%	--	IQLT 03/17/2023 36.00 C
$24.09 	-1.03%	-22.94%	7.40%	OLP
$287.58 	-0.13%	-11.28%	0.70%	QQQ
$2.93 	-9.58%	37.68%	--	QQQ 01/20/2023 320.00 C
$398.41 	-0.03%	-5.55%	1.50%	SPY
$3.41 	-9.68%	-123.50%	--	SPY 12/16/2022 417.00 C
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I think semi Conductor industry, quantum Computing, memory storage will be major growth in next couple of decades, so being in tech is not bad, even if next 1 to 2 years may be painful.

I got lucky and bought alot of oil stocks a year ago, and I think they should be safe for next 5 years. They may drop, but will go back up.

Healthcare, always a winner, ABT and ABBV have been excellent winners for me, and I don't see the US government (unfortunately) forcing them to stop charging ridiculous prices for there services.

I'd say your portfolio is good, and should bounce back, but no one knows. You got also etf's, so don't worry. I started investing right before 08 crash, seemed like nothing would return. Luckily stayed in over the years and all was good.

Main thing, covid style rally won't happen again for a while, will be the usual gradual slow n steady rise

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I'm 27 and plan on holding this portfolio indefinitely unless there is good reason not to in the future. Data analysis performed by /u/nobjos has shown that companies with high customer satisfaction outperform the S&P500, especially over longer time ranges. I decided to adopt a portfolio based on this analysis about 5-6 months ago and so far it has lived up to that analysis, although of course there is no guarantee it will continue that way.

Stocks

11% BROS
10% SAP
8% CSCO
7.5% CRM
7.5% HLT
7% MMM
7% SYK
6.5% AMGN
5% TGT
4.5% ABBV
4% COF
3.5% RKT
3.5% AXP
3.5% NVDA
3% INTU
3% CPT
2% MSFT

Also 3.5% into some small cap stuff

I am investing mostly into companies that are on the Fortune 100, but also into Dutch Bros, as I think the BROS business model is extremely strong and I've got a bit of experience working with their management, so I went with them as a final pick for the portfolio.

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The issue with relying on stock price for income is that stocks are not guaranteed to always go up (Ex: Meta, PYPL, etc.). If a massive downswing occurs, you're pretty much stuck holding it until it goes up or sell at a loss.

With a GOOD dividend stock, you're at least guaranteed the dividends and can accumulate more shares during the downturn with DRIP. That's why it's important to invest in good, quality dividend stocks who have been paying consistently paying dividends for years. Take a look at WM, ABBV, SCHD. In fact, SCHD outperformed VOO in the last 5 years if you accounts for the dividends reinvested. They're also much less volatile in a bear market.

And I agree with your friend that one of the best things about div is you don't have to sell the shares for income. You can make money in your sleep and doesn't matter if the price goes down slightly, you'll be happy to accumulate more shares with DRIP.

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Hi, so I am 31 and just getting into investing this year. I currently have:

A Roth IRA that is maxed for the year

A Traditional Rollover IRA from an old company with about $1600 in it

My current employer's 401k which I do nothing with except contribute 15%

2 older employer's retirement accounts, a 401a and 403b which have about a combine 23k. I have sat on doing anything with these because 1 - I am still learning. 2 - they have lost value since the beginning of the year (I know everything has)

My question is, with compounding interest etc. am I better off just rolling over the 23k in old employer retirement accounts into my traditional IRA? Right now in the traditional IRA I have most of my money in VTI, and some in ABBV and OTTR. In my Roth I have the majority in SCHD and VOO and smaller amounts in various other stocks. Thanks!

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My old man income portfolio

Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman. Because war is gonna war right?

Abbv Merck Amgen and JNJ. Because in some cases if you want to live you need to pay them their money.

Advance auto parts.- because you need to keep your car running to get to the soup kitchen

Texas roadhouse - because those rolls and market beating returns

PG & PEP - soda and toothpaste

JPM BX, TD and BLK - because when normal people get fucked banks get rich. And when they don't banks get rich.

MSFT and AAPL - cash machines

Chubb and Elevence health - insurance

Applied materials, Texas instruments, Broadcom, microchip, asml, nxpi, KLA - semiconductors they always come back hard.

Home Depot, Lowe's, Costco, TJX - best of breed retail.

Starbucks

AirProducts and linde

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Portfolio:

MSCI World USD (Dist) Core MSCI World USD (Acc) MSCI EM USD (Acc) CVX - Chevron GM - General Motors AMZN - Amazon 1211.HK - BYD Company Limited Global Water USD (Dist) BAC - Bank of America UNP - Union Pacific Corporation LOW - Lowe's Companies SHEL.L - Shell plc KO - The Coca Cola Company AAPL - Apple Inc. PLUG - Plug Power BIDU - Baidu (ADR), Inc. MSFT - Microsoft Corporation INTC - Intel Corporation XSDG.F - Samsung SDI (GDR) Co., Ltd. GOOGL - Alphabet (A) Inc. Sprott Physical Silver BLX.TO - Boralex Inc. NVDA - NVIDIA Corporation AMD - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. PYPL - PayPal Holdings, Inc. BABA - Alibaba (ADR) Group Holding Limited 0968.HK - Xinyi Solar Holdings Limited GUI.PA - Guillemot Corporation S.A.

Buy: PFE, V, VBK.DE, SEDG, RTX, 5AP.F, NOC, NEE, MCD, MAS, JPM, ENPH, DE, CMG, BLK, ADSK, AXP, ADBE, ABBV

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Honestly at the end of 2019 i sold my 11 rental homes... After doing my research I wanted a solution that included market beating returns but, steady, increasing income stream, and a bit less volatility.

I rolled all that money in at the beginning of 2020, I bought companies like Amgn, Abbv, MRK, Home Depot, Lowes, Proctor and Gamble, Lockheed martin, Northrop Grumman Avgo, Texas Instruments, Applied Materials, United Healthcare, etc, if anyone cares i can go on and list them all but you get the gist.

So pretty much the latter half of 2020 and 2021 I thought, wow, I really missed the boat because while they went up they weren't getting the love that some of these companies like peloton, carvana, teladoc, google, meta, etc were getting.

Now turn the tables to this year, YTD I am down 2.2%, it is nice being somewhat vindicated in my boring approach. Will have almost 10% dividend increase this year to 76K/yr.

Back to the question. Disney didn't fit my metrics. And maybe it will come back but I think they are going to face headwinds for the foreseeable future. Park income is strong, mostly on the back of them gouging the people who are still willing to go, we live in orlando and never go to disney. I think it is still a bit over priced. I won't own it just like I won't own tesla again.

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I sell weekly otm cc’s to collect the premium on 75% of my portfolio. I don’t try to get the highest premium in my tax accts but will sell closer to being in the money for the higher premiums because I’m not so worried about having those shares called away since they are in a tax deferred acct. a lot of the time you look and it doesn’t seem like $75 or $150-$250 per weekly contract isn’t much money. But if you add it up to you can Sell 4 a month, add up what that is per month and per year. You can look at that as income or you can add it up and use it to lower your cost per share average. Many stocks I’ve owned for 3-5-7-10 years, are paid for over and over again so the premiums weekly is just free money. Some months I can do $30-40k in premiums depending on how volatile the stocks I’m selling the most contracts on are. But my msft, amzn, apple, nvda, mcd, johnson/johnson, 3m, abbv, amd, and long holds don’t have real high premiums but over time it all adds up

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JPM, JNJ, HD, XOM, ABBV, PEP and KHC(not in the picture because I am dumb)

I only have positions in O, MO and PEP. Spy too is a good foundation for a portfolio though it can be debated if it is a dividend position or not, I sometimes use it as a cash like position.

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My Stock Portfolio

HON, SONY, NEE, SBUX, ABBV, AMD, NOK, BAC, GOOGL, DKNG, SOFI, AAPL, NIO, ETSY, TGT, STEM, PLTR

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Ideally you want dividends to increase each year like ABBV.

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ABBV. Option for 11/4 Call. Y or N?

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What's gonna happen to my ABBV leaps? 😟

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RIP my ABBV calls 😥

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Any of you hunks waiting on ABBV earnings like me? img

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Tomorrow we also have:

Exxon Mobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), NextEra Energy (NEE), AbbVie (ABBV), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), Sanofi (SNY).

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Abbv puts

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How we feeling about ABBV?

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Healthy companies tend to increase the dividend annually.

Check the difference in dividend paid by Coca-Cola over last 10 years for example.

For me, ABBV has increased its dividend tremendously over the years it split from ABT.

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Been a buyer of $GOOGL, $META, $ABBV, $INTC, $SONY, $NTR

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Lilly's the wrong manf to target. Pipeline is strong. GILD and ABBV might be better targets.

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Individual -- ABBV and TOST

  • Had a gap on healthcare in my portfolio. Lived their line up. Considered LLY as well.
  • TOST was a speculation play based on an experience with the product. Up 30% so wish I bought more. ETF -- SCHD and VTI
  • Core holdings
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My taxable account is doing great this year. It’s been strictly buy and hold for the past 5-8 years with only 5 stocks: AAPL, ABBV, BRK.B, LMT, and MSFT. Currently down -6.1% YTD.

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Can't really imagine bigger. INTC, MSFT, KO, ABBV, PHILIPS, VISA, XOM, HOG. Nice week for swings if it opens strong.

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What you think about AbbVie #ABBV?

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/shareholders-may-not-want-ignore-110051407.html?.tsrc=rss

Closed at the month's high yesterday and it's a bio-research company. Seems like a good short buy-in on Monday.

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ABBV earnings next week?

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Dude you literally just asked for 100% yoy PE growth and I gave you an example. Here’s another too: ABBV

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Feelings on $ABBV?

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Most of my portfolio is either ETF or thematic, but here's the section of individual picks. Comprises 20% of my overall buy and hold, equal weight on each.

VZ

SPG

UNH

SYY

PEP

PKG

ROK

O

MCD

LMT

FANG

CMCSA

LNT

ABBV

XOM

MSFT

BLK

APO

AWK

ARCH

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except some dividend stocks got dumped the past 2 months. Utilities down 20%, some REITs down 50%, financial down 24-40%, even the supposedly safe PG down 20%, JNJ down 10%, ADM even crashing now, etc. ABBV and K and GIS and AMGN seem to be the few holding up. IDK, 20% loss can't be made up by a dividend

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Looks like a battleship game board. You sunk my ABBV

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$ABBV is my play today. Ex-div date 10/13 with a nice div of $1.41 pay date of 11/15

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Look at ABBV, you're bout to get your shit took

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There is a Reddit channel for dividends, but individual stocks like Pepsi, coke, Jnj, abbv and ETFs like schd are their favorites for the most part. I like schd, ko, Jnj myself. VZ is down a lot but is giving out a pretty good dividend.

Schd depending on the interval has beaten the s&p when dividends are re-invested, so there are some stocks/ETFs that are a combination of decent dividend yields and growth.

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Abbv 138 10/21 puts. They’ve got two drugs in phase 3 with results dropping on the 10th. Hoping for a blood bath

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Buy some KO 25K, ABBV 25K, VTI 25K, SCHD 25K, VXUS 25K, VYMI 25K…

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Covered call assignment. No worries though, since I usually pick options with delta values of less than 0.3, and I rarely get assigned.

FYI, I sold 100 AAPL shares for $150 with a covered call after months of selling covered calls on those APPL shares, and then bought 100 ABBV shares for $140. They’re both around $140 right now, but I’m happy with my ABBV dividends.

Btw I acquired my ABBV shares by selling cash-secured puts, so I made a little extra money when getting the ABBV shares :)

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I put new money in GOOG, ADBE, BA, PANW, ABBV last Thursday (I was a day early) and held positions in CZR, TLRY and MSOS. My thinking was that these stocks that I always wanted to own were on sale. I plan to hold for a long time.

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> Aapl, Googl, Amzn, Fb, Meta, Tsla, Msft, apd, Avgo, Xom, Abbv, Oke, Epd, MO, Lmt, Pru, Ibm, HD, Mmm, Pep, Txn Whr, Ups, Trow, Afl, Tgt, Amgn, Sbux, SWK, Blk

Too many stocks, overdiversified but acceptable horrible economic conditions and individual binary events (earning reports).

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Tickers of Interest

Gamma Max Cross

  • GIII 11/18 12.5P for $0.40 or less
  • RETA 11/18 25P for $3.65 or less
  • GDX 11/18 24P for $1.35 or less
  • ET 11/18 11P for $0.70 or less
  • AG 11/18 7P for $0.40 or less

Delta Neutral Cross

  • GOLD 11/18 15P for $0.70 or less
  • NEE 11/18 77.5P for $2.10 or less
  • ABBV 11/18 135C for $5.45 or less
  • DKS 11/18 105C for $7.75 or less
  • ERJ 11/18 10C for $0.25 or less

Trading Thesis

Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today.

This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0.

For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both.

It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals.

The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV.

Notes

  • If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.
  • Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.
  • I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.
  • The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.

FAQ

  • These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?
    • No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.
  • Are you entering all these plays?
    • No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.
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ABBV, ADBE, BA, GOOG, PANW, CZR, TLRY, MSOS.

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Amazing how many people do not research. Abbv had a shit ton of options repricing that was too take place by close of Friday. That contributed to their SP fall. Best time to pick up a few $145 calls a few months out. They always print. Prove me wrong.

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You should sell everything but NKE and ABBV tomorrow, and you are still gonna take your lumps.

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SIVB, TER, MOS, MKC, CHD, CHE, SCI, ABBV are all on my radar during downturn and either I sold them before or have been watching for a while.

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Growth stocks, and the rest dividend stocks:

Googl Amzn Fb Meta Tsla Msft ADP Avgo Xom Abbv Oke Epd MO Lmt Pru Ibm HD Mmm Pep Txn Whr Ups Trow Afl Tgt Amgn Sbux SWK Blk

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The only 2 things that could possibly break even in that portfolio is NKE and ABBV, Honestly if that was me I’d just sell it and restart with an index fund and DCA in don’t just throw it all in at once

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Lol ABBV. Isn’t healthcare supposed to be safe?

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Looking for income replacement in the next five years, will be contributing $2k a month and reinvesting dividends until then. Currently weighted at 1:1. What are your thoughts on:
Ticker

ABBV AbbVie Inc.

ABR Arbor Realty Trust, Inc.

ENB Enbridge Inc.

EPD Enterprise Products Partners L.P.

MMM 3M Company

MO Altria Group, Inc.

OMF OneMain Holdings, Inc.

SCHD Schwab U.S. Dividend Equity ETF

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Tickers of Interest

Gamma Max Cross

  • SAVA 10/21 40.5P for $6.45 or less
  • DO 10/21 7.5C for $0.10 or less
  • SARK 10/21 61P for $3.10 or less
  • ABBV 10/21 143P for $4.90 or less
  • MRK 10/21 86P for $1.80 or less

Delta Neutral Cross

  • EWZ 10/21 31C for $1.30 or less
  • CHPT 10/21 15C for $1.15 or less
  • CVX 10/21 147C for $4.90 or less
  • DVN 10/21 59C for $3.05 or less
  • CPNG 10/21 16.5C for $0.85 or less

Trading Thesis

Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today.

This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0.

For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both.

It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals.

The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV.

Notes

  • If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.
  • Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.
  • I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.
  • The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.

FAQ

  • These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?
    • No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.
  • Are you entering all these plays?
    • No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.
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ABT - bought them for that exact reason (boring) back in 2009 or 10. Then they spun off ABBV. Together, I'm up some crazy percent like 600% or something. Boring picks can be the best.

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The easy answer, too assuage your fears is, "Yes," but it's not possible to give that answer with the info you've provided anyone that tells you differently is lying. What are the investments? Blue chips mean different things to different people. For instance, holding a portfolio of jnj, HD, abbv, etc., versus holding 100% T. What's your time frame? Do you need income now, or are you reinvesting. Lots more info needed.

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I'd rather TMO, ABBV, DHR or LLY than MRK. Apple and Google are fine - I'd rather MSFT than Google - but I don't know if I'd call these "slow." Ad-focused Google is also quite sensitive to the economy as ad spend is going to head South into any recession. ASML I like but again, it becomes what is your definition of "slow growth" - I don't think ASML is aggressive growth, but it's not slow. V is fine, but you are going to have periods of uproar and regulatory risk and you're seeing that again lately with calls to new regulations and retailers once again trying to press for alternatives.

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I would more so looking into higher yielding stocks.

For example I own these, and having been buying on the way down- 1- KMI 2- PXD 3- DVN 4- KO 5- JPM 6- ABBV

If you want a hedge go with GOLD, as well… best run gold minder with a yield.

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SOFI is my future...🙏🏻 hanging with TROW, JNJ, MO, IIPLR, ABBV MSFT Among others.

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I'd say the top 25 stocks for me would be:

Apple (AAPL)

Microsoft (MSFT)

Amazon (AMZN)

Tesla (TSLA)

Alphabet Class A (GOOGL)

Alphabet Class C (GOOG)

NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)

Berkshire Hathaway Class B (BRK.B)

Meta (META), formerly Facebook, Class A

UnitedHealth Group (UNH)

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

JPMorgan Chase (JPM)

Visa Class A (V)

Procter & Gamble (PG)

Exxon Mobil (XOM)

Home Depot (HD)

Chevron Corporation (CVX)

Mastercard Inc. Class A (MA)

Bank of America (BAC)

AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

Pfizer (PFE)

Broadcom Inc. (AVGO)

Costco (COST)

Walt Disney (DIS)

Coca-Cola Company (KO)

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Zts, orly, Shw,hum, ABBV, MSFT, aapl,

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AAPL, ABBV, ADC, AOS, APD, AVB, BCE, BMY, BX, CMI, CSCO, CVX, DOW, DUK, EBAY, EPD, GD, GILD, GIS, GOOGL, HD, INGR, KMB, LEG, MCD, MMP, MRK, PEP, PRU, QCOM, RIO, STAG, TD, TROW, UGI, UL, UPS, VFC, VZ, WM and WPC.

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Will big Pharma push higher? ABBV, MRK

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If you’re interested in investing in stocks.

VOO/VTI and/or QQQ/QQQM for longterm growth.

SCHD is a great dividend ETF that averages above a 3% dividend and slightly beats the S&P500 on total return (with dividends reinvested).

JEPI is great If you’re looking for some growth but a higher dividend yield. Currently yields just above 10% dividend. JEPQ is another option, but it’s so new it’s hard to say how it will perform in the longterm.

There’s tons of great REIT’s (Real estate investment funds) and CEF’s (Closed End Funds) that are good investments and pay out high dividends. I own some BRT, NSA, EXR, LSI, ABR, IIPR & BST. All of these have a past history of beating the S&P 500 with dividends reinvested.

Some lower risk dividend stocks: KO (Coke), PEP (Pepsi), WM (Waste Management), RSG (Republic Services), JNJ (Johnson & Johnson), LOW (Lowes), & HD (Home Depot).

Higher risk higher growth tech stocks: AMD, MPWR, SNPS, CDNS, LRCX, and ON.

Some other solid stocks worth checking out: APPL, GOOGL, COST, UNH, and ABBV.

If you believe Semi Conductors will continue to outpace the market as they have the past few years two greats funds are SOXX and XSD.

If you think solar is the future, there’s the TAN etf.

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I have been trying to figure out how much an investment might grow over a set time period [Say, 30 years]. Apparently the average return for SPY is ~8%, so would I be getting a return of ~1%? I am not sure how to calculate it. Google says that the average return for SPY, inflation adjusted, is ~6%, but inflation in my country is ~7% currently, so I am confused. Inflation might drop back down to ~4% next year, though, so would the return be ~4% on average? I know that the actual returns I get will vary a lot.

Also; since prices are dropping a lot, would it be a good idea for me to start investing soon? Currently most stocks/etc are a lot cheaper than they were originally [In my demo account, Ethereum dropped over $450/share], so I can afford to buy more shares than I could previously [I have been thinking of going with SPY, VTI, KO, and maybe ABBV at the start. They all seem like a relatively safe bet].

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The best companies in the SP500 are a good place to start. AAPL, MSFT, AMZN, GOOGL, TSLA, BRK.B, UNH, JNJ, JPM, PG, V, MA, HD, LLY, ABBV, BAC, COST, TMO, MRK, AVGO, ORCL, AMD, INTU, BLK, NOW, CB, WM, EQIX, ICE…Some people say that’s redundant I’d you hold SP500 index funds. But the top companies in the SP500 provide an outsized portion of the gains compared to other companies. So, in theory, you increase your odds of beating the market by holding the best individual stocks.

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Just Buy Apple, Msft, abbv, McKesson and Tesla

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Look at all the gender identity and trans movement, then look at ABBV stock mooning for years selling hormone blockers to little kids

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People overthink stock picking. Buy the stocks that deliver year after year. MRK, ABBV, UNH, WM, MA, V, ORCL, CSCO, AAPL, GOOGL, AMD, ASML, MSFT, NOW, WMT, TGT, TJX, COST, BRK.B, JNJ, JPM, PG, HD, LLY, TMO, AVGO, TXN, INTU…..

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If OP is young enough, keep dollar cost averaging into VTI. Also, into solid dividend paying companies. If you own BBBY and it goes down 50% there’s no benefit. But if you own a solid dividend payer, like ABBV, ABR, EPD, or PRU and they go down by 50%, you get more shares, and more income with each reinvestment as they pay out their dividends. Gotta play the long game, not hope for some short term winners.

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>*FDA Approves Botox Rival Daxxify From Revance -- WSJ $ABBV

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-09-08 ^07:00:56 ^EDT-0400

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If you want to buy stocks and not just index funds, I’d take a look at WM, CB, UNH, ORCL, NOW, JPM, MRK, ABBV

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# Tickers of Interest

**Gamma Max Cross**

* [YPF](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#YPF) 10/21 6P for $0.45 or less

* [NAT](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#NAT) 10/21 2.5P for $0.10 or less

* [FREY](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#FREY) 10/21 13C for $0.85 or less

* [LABD](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#LABD) 10/21 24P for $4.05 or less

* [AES](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#AES) 10/21 26P for $0.95 or less

**Delta Neutral Cross**

* [F](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#F) 10/21 14P for $0.50 or less

* [USO](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#USO) 10/21 72C for $4.35 or less

* [ABBV](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#ABBV) 10/21 135P for $3.55 or less

* [CPNG](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#CPNG) 10/21 40C for $0.75 or less

* [BEKE](https://options.hardyrekshin.com/#BEKE) 10/21 15P for $0.85 or less

# Trading Thesis

Technical analysis and indicator based trading tend to use past price performance in order to predict important price levels today.

This analysis is based on the current option open interest. With that option open interest, it calculates portfolio-level greeks--notably Delta and Gamma. More importantly, once the portfolio level greeks are established, I can now simulate the change in greeks at different price points. From there, I can find the price levels where portfolio-level gamma is the highest, and the portfolio-level delta is close to 0.

For some tickers, the underlying price reacts strongly off of delta neutral, gamma max, and sometimes both.

It's the reaction off of these price levels in the past that is being used to drive trading signals.

The plays and target entry prices given are calculated using a binomial option pricing model that reflect the expected size and duration of the reaction from gamma max or delta neutral. A lot of these plays are profitable by underlying moves in stock. The best plays benefit from the directional move as well as the increase in IV.

# Notes

* If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.

* Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.

* I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.

* The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.

# FAQ

* These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?

* No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.

* Are you entering all these plays?

* No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.

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I have my eyes on some small players RKLB,UUUU, VTNR.

For some of my Big players ABBV and NOVO

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ABBV, COST, ITW, TXN, LMT

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Yeah I'm just gunna go ahead and sell some spreads and maybe set up a butterfly on SPY. All my long term investments are in the red except for ABBV and ET so I'm considering selling em while I can still take profits.

Odds we take out the June low??

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I'm thinking of some abbv. 4% dividend. And maybe some tmus.

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DUK, D, ABBV, AMGN, LMT, T

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ABBV - because everybody takes drugs at some point. They are a cash cow and have a nice dividend increase every year.

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VT (around 40k in value, 40% of portfolio) Other 60% is stock picking with CVX, ABBV top holdings

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