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Rebalanced slightly and trying not to react to the silliness in the markets/news on day-to-day or even week-to-week basis, everything going into the portfolio is aimed at long term investing and not trading with the exception of Bungee and some short duration options from time to time when the VIX hits 20 (TQQQ calls) or 35'ish (SQQQ calls).

QCOM - 10.38%
MSFT - 8.76%
GOOG - 7.53%
LMT - 7.37%
MRNA - 6.97%
IONQ - 5.63% (traded out of it at the Scorpion news and back in after the last earnings call when the BS had been dispelled, managed to double the amount of shares for roughly the same basis, obviously could have been a massive blunder)
BG - 5.05% (trade through the fall when wheat prices go bonkers)
ACN - 4.91%
NVDA - 4.65%
IT - 4.56%
FB - 4.43%
PATH - 3.88%
GANX - 3.59%
OMIC - 3.48%
XPO - 3.36%
ITA - 3.34%
ADSK - 3.28%
DIS - 2.95%
UPST - 2.45% (this one hurt, overall basis was 158 so not the worst, sitting tight for now as the holding is less than a year old and I still see a likely potential big upside in the longer run)
NNOX - 2.33%
SKLZ - 1.04%

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This is my noob portfolio if anyone interested.

Its definietly finance youtuber.. and Cathie gif influenced.... img

CCL, PYPL, EPAM, DBX, CRSP, COIN, PLTR, TDOC, OTLY, WIX, SNAP, DIS, ADSK, ADBE, SHOP, NFLX, NIO, AMZN, INTC, CVX, XOM, OXY, SWN, GME, CRSR, BYND

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You know most of the very successful ones:

ADBE, MSFT, GOOG and **especially** AMZN

AAPL was big in the late 80s early 90s but by late 90s was a dog.

There are some that were very successful in 1990s & 2000s but have since fallen various distances back in the pack. Hardware was big in the 90s early 2000s, so:

ORCL, ADSK, Epson, HP and HP, Lexmark, San Disk, Dell, Compaq, IBM

Then some that were successful but disappeared entirely:

Gateway, Pets.com....

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Here are a few reasons why I don't buy QQQ:
AMZN

TSLA

NVDA

FB

COST

PEP

AVGO

CSCO

CMCSA

ADBE

INTC

TMUS

TXN

QCOM

AMGN

AMD

HON

INTU

PYPL

AMAT

ADP

BKNG

MDLZ

SBUX

ISRG

NFLX

CHTR

ADI

GILD

CSX

MU

REGN

VRTX

FISV

LRCX

ATVI

MAR

MRNA

PANW

ABNB

KDP

KHC

MELI

AEP

FTNT

MRVL

ORLY

KLAC

PAYX

EXC

ILMN

ASML

MNST

NXPI

SNPS

LULU

CTSH

CDNS

CRWD

CTAS

WDAY

DXCM

XEL

ADSK

WBA

AZN

IDXX

DLTR

MCHP

ROST

TEAM

JD

EA

VRSK

FAST

DDOG

ODFL

EBAY

BIIB

LCID

PCAR

ZS

BIDU

ALGN

CPRT

SGEN

ZM

SIRI

ANSS

VRSN

MTCH

CEG

SPLK

OKTA

NTES

SWKS

PDD

DOCU

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Anyone looking at Engineering Simulation stocks? ADSK, ANSS, PTC

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I'm buying CRM and ADSK

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SQ, TDOC, SE, MELI, ROKU, COIN, DIS, AMD, ADSK, TWLO, CRM, UPST. NET, CRWD, SNOW are buyable to me in small increments.

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Don’t be a hero here and just focus on stuff like GOOG AMZN CRM NOW ADSK ADBE if you have the money stream to buy through this pain. Even stuff like MSCI SPGI are looking great from returns perspective

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How are your companies financials? If the fundamentals are good, hold those ESPP shares.

Look at ADSK around the 2007-2008 time frame if you want to see an example of good recovery.

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AMD, GOOG, FB, AAPL, ADSK

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Many large cap equities, profitable ones, go pummeled way past 11%. So some well respected companies that make tons of cash like TROW, INTC, ADBE, ANSS, ADSK etc had their share price really pummeled where they trade even lower than before Covid has started so no, I don't think you got it.

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Damn. ADSK in beast mode today at + 9.0%.

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Started in Sept nearing Oct 2021 - As of April 25 Down 15%

Started with 20+ Positions (Sold: CRM, ADSK, PCOR, PTC, SQ, BABA, U and more for losses)

I am fairly young early 20s, didn't understand companies I was invested in, + chase hype to learn how to read Quarterly reports, pivoting to ETFs as a CORE; VOO, SCHD, QQQM, IXN, WDIV, then shrinking my holding to roughly 11 Positions outside of ETFs and Investing on them

Positions as follows by allocations: I use M1 so set by allocations

AAPL - 9%

MSFT / GOOGL - Same 7.5%

DIS - 6% -

TSLA / COIN / ABNB / AMZN - Same 5.75%

AMD / ZIM - 3%

SHOP - Just entered 459/share

I am pretty optimistic with my investments due to time horizon but I do feel like i'm watching my money burn unfortunately, I still keep adding bi-weekly!

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PayPal, Shopify, square, adobe, Netflix, intuit, crm, msci, now, team, Adsk, hubs, logi, roku, Facebook, ttd, twilio…. Want more?

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Since the year started, my 401k buys have happened 3x but those are stable, boring stocks (JPM, SHW, TROW, BIPC, MMM, O, PEP, PLD, MPW, CRM). My IRA is where the higher risk, higher reward stuff is. I've executed over 70 buys since the year started but the ones I've added to the most times is SE, ATZAF, BNTX, MRNA, U, ADSK, UPST, FIGS, CHWY, SOFI, PUBM, BROS, OM, MEDP, CRWD, OKTA, ZS, ABNB, SWAV, PATH, SNOW, and LULU.

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Today is another great day to buy some shares. Added to my positions in UPST, ADSK, PGNY, and FIVN. Also considering adding to GLOB.

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One big thing is defining what the metaverse is - in my opinion, it’s ultimately just an extension of the internet. Everything we currently do with the internet will/can be enhanced with augmented reality, virtual reality, sharedVR, etc - so that extends to healthcare, education, entertainment. I think Zuckerberg vision of their metaverse and similar platforms will be popular, but I think the metaverse will just an enhanced internet for those not into VR stuff.

So, if you want to invest in the metaverse, invest in the internet and hardware that connects our internet enabled devices.

These are just some tickers that come to mind, not necessarily endorsements.

No brainer megacaps: GOOGL, FB, MSFT, AAPL.

Big time software: ORCL, ADBE

Semiconductors like: NVDA, INTC, TSM, QCOM

3D Digitalization: U, ADSK, MTTR

Entertainment: NFLX, DIS, DKNG, ROKU, RBLX

Finance: SOFI, SQ, PYPL, V

Anything having to with 5G/towers, cloud, server farms and so on.

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I built a Metaverse basket: ADSK, GLOB, MTTR, NVDA, & U. MTTR is obviously the most risky. Trying to come at the possible future from different angles. All save for MTTR could thrive even if the Metaverse turns into 3D movies.

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ASML and ADSK, but they are hardly "less-known".

Maybe ISRG in surgery robotics.

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The ratings agencies. MCO and SPGI Tax software: INTU Architecture modeling: ADSK Medical Equipment: TMO and DHR Creative: ADBE Small Biz back office: ADP and INTU Shareholder Reporting Service: BR

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Thinking about putting a chunk of change into either Conagra (CAG), T. Rowe Price (TROW), Lyondellbasell (LYB), or Autodesk (ADSK). What would you go with?

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AVTR

PRFT

HD

MCD

CRM

V

GOOGL

AMZN

ADSK

HD

MSFT

NVDA

TTD

TWLO

AAPL

NVTA

QCOM

TLQFF

VEEV

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The point is that there is no margin of safety in purchasing ADSK or CRM at the current price. You can either make decent money (should they deliver as expected) or lose a lot of it (should they underdeliver, which in the current economic environment is definitely not a 0% chance).

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Adsk

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Dafaq if wrong with ADSK? It is now below pre covid levels.

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CRSP, PYPL, DOCU, ASAN, SPOT, ADSK, and SPCE

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I initiated a position yesterday but looking more to the lower end of 400s

I also own adsk but can see it dropping further below 200.

Crm been adding at 220

Good list. A part of me thinks i should just add more to googl but seems like everyone thinks so too.

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$ADSK (AutoDesk) and $ZS (Zscaler) might also get hit by some extreme volatility imo.

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BABA, DIS, ADSK

luckily I haven’t bought ADBE yet but would love to add it! Now or 20% lower?

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Natural Gas, Silver, Wheat + SQQQ + TZA ETFS

JPM, WU, CVX long ADBE, ADSK short

I'll keep my long positions in NVDA, AMD, MU, QCOM

Hopefully I manage to preserve some capital and chip stocks can offer some upside especially with NVDA reporting next week

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Some other important "Shovel makers" are NVDA, AMD, Unity, and RBLX.

Maybe also ADSK and LOGI

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...Currently deciding now whether to cash in the ADSK calls before earnings and look to reenter later.

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Out of those 4 CRWD which I own shares of.

Fintech too volatile. That whole sector has been schizo for a year. Even visa got trounced and is just now recovering. I own sofi V PYPL

META - I don’t trust metas first ever user drop in it’s history post pandemic and closures in this market that pummeled pins user drop a year straight from $90 to $20’s. Will Metas other businesses compensate for FBs inevitable decline? Prob but I don’t want to buy it anyway. Lol

Rblx I’m too conservative unless it’s a small position (I am watching it)

I just recently purchased adsk asan and crm leaps. Adsk already up 50%. Asan CEO recently bought almost a billion dollars of his own companies stock. He’s either !&@!&&! Delusional, taking it private (haha), or confident. I’ll bet on confident for this one.

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BREAKING NEWS: $wish purchased by $adsk

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Those prices, jeezus, QQQ $44, AMZN $113, ADBE $27, NFLX $113 (pre splits?!), GOOG $462, ADSK $35, BRKb $80, JPM $37, AAPL $260 (pre split!). 🤦‍♂️

Oil still flatlined since then and the Brazil ETF at $63? Wow Bad investment.

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Exactly, they are just returning to their 5y price trend, just check pypl meli adbe crm adsk idxx

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I like First Solar, Alphabet, Facebook, Discover, and Intel for value with in my opinion undervalued potential to grow.

EXAS, and a lot of the software names you've probably heard a million times for riskier growth buys. (TRMB, ADSK, UPST, TTD, PUBM, DOCN, SPOT, SHOP, U). A lot of these might be busts but if 1 or 2 blow up they could easily pay for the others.

I just have all these stocks set to buy $1/day until disappointing news comes out about them or their price skyrockets.

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I'm doing similar - just purchased CRM leaps and cash secured puts and looking at others similar to your list. I was looking at ADBE and ADSK. ADSK has lower PE, less pandemic run up (20% and ADBE is up 40% since Jan 1, 2020), and less susceptible to new companies. While speculative, ADSK may benefit if gov moves on infrastructure.

Downside - everyone seems to disagree: ADBE grew 3x from 2017 to Jan 2020 and ADSK 2.3, so it has a larger recent growth trend.

Any ADBE stats to sell me on?

Hadn't considered GOOG/AMZN which I guess is dumb to avoid those.

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Relatively new at investing and want to hold for the long-term. Any advice is appreciated.

VTI - 55.1%

ATVI - 5.4%

ONTO - 4.3%

RICK - 3.9%

APPL - 3.6%

NEE - 2.3%

2% to 1%:

MSFT, FB, V, EA, MA, RCL, CRSP, NVDA, GOOGL, DIS, AMZN, MTCH, ADBE, BEAM, ADSK

<1%:

ABNB, LULU, NTLA, SEDG, RBLX, U, SHOP, NFLX, SPWR, MTTR

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what? nearly every tech company has had similar earnings with poorer margins than prior quarters. ADBE/ADSK/FB/AMZN/DOCU off the top of my head.

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I’m definitely taking a position on match. For reference I’m holding put spreads in:

COIN, SNOW, MDB, NVDA, FB, QQQ, SPY, FVRR, ARKK, IWM, TWLO, AAPL, COST and NFLX.

Recently closed ZS, NFLX weeklies, SQ (shouldn’t have) ROKU (probably open more), ADSK, ETSY, and others.

Look for high multiple tech, especially with low revenue. The blue chips are the last to get hammered in these kinds of things but the garbage tech has a lot of room to fall even after getting crushed 50% from highs. Look at PTON—down from 170 to like 50 after their catastrophic earnings, only to slide another 40%.

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Here's another category: Expanding revenue with zero profit.

Snow, for example, is growing revenue, but are losing huge amount of money every quarter. This means that to continue funding its top line growth, they will have to take on more debt (which is getting very expensive).

I'm looking at companies that are still growing top line by funding it themselves. SQ and ADSK are examples that immediately come to mind.

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Since Dec 1, I’ve added to BIRD, INSP, DOCS, CPNG, RSKD, CRM, O, UPST, LMND, CRNC, MRNA, BNTX, MELI, FIGS, and BARK. I also started new positions in U, ADSK, MTTR, and GLOB.

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>*Autodesk Acquires Moxion Cloud Solution For Digital Dailies $ADSK

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-01-19 ^10:00:25 ^EST-0500

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ADSK 2/18 220/210p @.86

One of many of my tech put spreads right now. Pick a tech stock you’re bearish on with good options liquidity. Buy put spreads with 30dte+ that cost 1/4 the cost of the strike or less. Profit.

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Considering how new you are I would recommend sticking to indexing until you actually know what you are doing.

Just buy VTI and chill until you understand proper portfolio construction and management. And then how to evaluate individual companies through understanding of how it operates and its relative valuation.

If you absolutely cannot resist individual stocks here are some recommendations to at the very least do some research on:

GOOG, AMZN, MSFT, FB, NVDA V, MA, PYPL, SPGI ADBE, NOW, CRM, ADSK LVMUY, DIS, NKE, NFLX TXN, LRCX, AMAT

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CDNS, SNPS, ANSS, KEYS, ADSK, LSCC. Plenty others.

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ASO, SE, TMO, NVDA, FCEL, ADSK, LULU, TGT, PYPL, UUUU, CLF

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Tech stock round up from peak:

ADSK: -25%

TSLA: -17.4%

ADBE: -26%

NOW: -27%

FB: -15%

MSFT: -14%

NFLX: -26%

Can you feel it now Mr. JPOW

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Really excited for adsk in 2022!

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ADSK

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Not my entire portfolio but yesterday I built a basket of Metaverse stocks:

NVDA U ADSK GLOB MTTR

Equal cost basis for all 5 although I’ve owned NVDA for ~8 months already (the others were new buys) so the percent of holdings is ~32% for NVDA and ~17% for the other 4. Any suggestion to add to my watchlist if I decide to add holdings to the basket?

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I’ve had my eye on ADSK for awhile now.

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Thirty years old, investing for the long haul. Recently sold some regional funds and bought a few more companies, including PHG and ADBE. Keen for feedback.

Companies

  • FedEx Corp (FDX) - 13.31%
  • Sony Group Corporation ADR (SONY) - 10.64%
  • Synlait Milk (NZE:SML) - 9.19%
  • Autodesk Inc. (ADSK) - 7.52%
  • Nike, Inc. (NKE) - 7.32%
  • Logitech International SA (LOGI) - 6.98%
  • Apple Inc (AAPL) - 6.39%
  • Shopify Inc (SHOP) - 6.38%
  • Hingham Institution For Savings (HIFS) - 5.49%
  • Koninklijke Philips N. V. ADR (PHG) - 4.35%
  • Delegat Group (NZE:DGL) - 3.57%
  • Honda Motor Co ADR (HMC) - 3.44%
  • Xero Limited (ASX:XRO) - 3.38%
  • Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS) - 2.77%

Funds

  • ProShares Ultra Pro QQQ (TQQQ) - 2.14%

Kiwisaver (401k)

  • 100% Shares - 5.83%
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ADSK?

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I’d look for companies that have:

  1. A reasonable long-term valuation (more concerned with fair value than a P/E or P/S ratio)
  2. Wide moats in growing/stable industries
  3. Sales and earnings growth faster than the market for as far as you can reasonably project

If I had to choose one, I’d choose MELI. Their moat in e-commerce, financials, and logistics is massive in Latin America. The growth in these area are still early too, yet Mercadolibre has been around building their moat for 20 years. The CEO has been around for decades and is respected globally.

I think there are plenty of other good options though. Here are some other suggestions, sorted by market cap: V, MA, DIS, ADBE, CRM, ADSK, VEEV, CSGP

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They have as much moat as adsk, I would rather buy adsk just based on sheer valuation.

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What holdings do you have that have struggled this year but you think will break out 2022. I’ve had quite a few laggards, but the two I’m most confident on are MELI and ADSK. Also amazon, but that seems too easy of a pick. And then I’m still holding onto unity and DOCN which have done poorly but I expect those to continue struggling next year.

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Autodesk makes the softwares Maya and 3DS Max which are heavily used in the gaming and visual effects industry, so maybe through those softwares ADSK is relevant?

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Big fan of ADSK

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I long in U too! what do you think of ADSK & PTC?

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Stay away from U. Unity is dogshit compared to unreal engine…once Epic goes public, it is going to crash. ADSK is a safer “metaverse” play IMO.

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$S. Sentinel one is an early crowdstrike with absolutely wild yoy growth. Many users prefer it to CRWD, but you can’t go wrong holding both.

$ENPH. Best in class microinverters/solar solutions. I am expecting a major buyout of them in the next few years as microinverters are a critically overlooked piece of making solar work at scale, and these guys do it incredibly well.

Also fan of NET, AXON, ADSK (60B, but close enough), and yes… PLTR

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Adbe and adsk.
Both leading softwares in their respective industries.
Huge buy the moment they went down after earnings.

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no kidding. take a look at adsk

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Sold AMZN, APPN, EA, ADSK, SHOP, SIVB, U

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Fellow ADSK believer

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This would cover CAT, ADSK, J, NVT, ACM.

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  • LOGI
  • SONY
  • FDX
  • ADSK
  • AAPL
  • NKE
  • GS
  • HIFS
  • HMC
  • PHG
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TGT, SHW, TMO, NVDA, LULU, ADSK, SE, AAPL, WBA, AXP

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ADSK ripping today. Still 55 points off pre-earnings highs. Will we get another run to $330 or is this market out of gas?

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I always hear complaints that people don’t talk about their losers. Here are my worst

-30% on MELI; bought in April;

-10% on CRWD; bought in may/June

-2% on ADSK, been holding for over a year. I actually think this is a great buy now but I have too much invested already so done buying more

-15% on PYPL after buying what I thought was the dip

And that’s the amount I’m down when I have been averaging down. I also have really small positions in U, UPST, PATH and DOCN that are all down over 20%. Plan on holding all 8 losers for awhile.

Impressed by what you see? AMA

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I dont know anything about U, however Autodesk has no place here. The rest I can udnerstand why you put here, but ADSK has no place among those.

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Meta? Or ADSK?

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I did an analysis yesterday and these are the stocks I feel are a “good value” based on current market cap relative to Total Assets, Cash on hand, and EPS.

Good value:

AMZN, NFLX, YETI, ADSK

Probably overvalued:

ADBE, TSLA, NOW

I own all the stocks I listed.

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AAPL ADBE ADSK AIR AMD AVGO AZN at LSE AZN at NYSE BA BMO CABK CAT CLX COST CSCO DIS EBAY EMR F GD GE GM HD INTC JPM KO LOW MA MCD MMM MSFT MU NG NVDA NXPI O PYPL QCOM RIVN SYY TSN TXN ULVR V VFEM VHYL VOW VUSA WMT IBM T TSM XPEV PLUG

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SHOP surpassed guidance and thats reflected in SP action. What make no sense on SHOP is they pretty much have given back all their gains from their successful ER.

SHOP and ADBE are unrelated. Their subscription fee is paid as long as the store is selling. With ADBE if the supply chain is stalling product dev you cancel the subscription. ADBE possibly reminds me of ADSK. Good company just might miss on guidance.

I need to do some more digging to see more of what they do but companies just dont keep growing at the same rate as alot did this year. I need to pick r/JayArlington brain on his twitch feed to learn a little more about it but I think puts unless meta can carry them.

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Sold my Intel Jan27 $60 calls today for more than decent profit. But my ADSK $330 calls expiring 12/31 are down -70%.

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> adsk call

> Newbie here

You're playing with fire bro. If you need to ask such questions then you aren't ready for options.

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All in on ADSK. Plenty of drawings need to be made for all that infrastructure.

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Personal taxable portfolio.

15% in NTDOF, AAPL, MSFT

10% in DIS

5% in CRM, ADSK, TWLO, TOST, RECAF, JETS, CNK

~2.5% in PYPL, OTGLY, SBUX, BROs, CHWY, HOOD

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how is it compared to ADSK?

both seems like a solid pick, but ADSK get more discount.

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I sold crwd and ddog to lock in profits. Put in $2200 to nasdaq etf today. Working so didnt want to make big moves.

Might add to $adsk, twlo, dis

Interested in mtch, meli

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Rotated a 22% loss on ADSK into the same sized position on U as its now down 22%.

Picked up 50% more MSFT.

Bought more GOOGL on Black Friday so won't average down again just yet. It's 52% of my portfolio at the moment.

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I'll be happy if the SP drops 10-20%. As of now, its being propped up by like 20 big cap stocks while the other 480 stocks have fallen at least 25% from their ATHs.

I'm less confident in some of my stock holdings now - still holding and I plan to add to $V, $twlo, $adsk, $tdg but acknowledging the bear case for each company begins to resonate more. Also closed out on some of my Chinese positions today (lesson learnt) so thats realized losses for me.

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I lost so much on ADSK earnings cut my losses on half the next day, went back into U and then that went down. So if ASAN plunges tomorrow the way ADSK did, I will probably take a break

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New Investor here, didn’t take it serious during the crash but started just in August 2021

I am aiming for a Growth more but if im over-diversified then lmk! My broker is M1 b/c i want to hold for a long time then i’ll start doing options & leaps in maybe a E-trade acc.

Sorry if thé % aren’t correct im just multiply by the percent x % allocation

44% : My Highest Conviction split between

AAPL 8% Googl - 7.4% TSLA - 7.5% MSFT - 7.4% COIN - 4.84% DIS - 4.84% AMZN - 3.5%

ETFs - 25% Allocated Total:

SPY - 3.75% QQQ - 3.75% JEPI - 3.5% - Will be moving to a Dividend Portfolio when I make it SCHD - 3.5% - Will make up 20% of the Dividend Portfolio ARKK - 3.5% VXUS - 3.5% IXN - 3.5%

Growth Focused - 20%:

ABNB - 4% SHOP - 4% CRM - 4% (haven’t open these positions yet) but they will be (SQ 2%) (PCOR 3%) (TWLO 3%)

Long time Horizon is 11% - Aiming to capture the MetaVerse without FB/MVRS b/c of its controversial past & cant see that changing but i do see the vision & my " Growth Speculative " that I DCA into weekly

AMD 1.87% U - 1.87% ADSK - 1.87% NFLX - .9% - Boomer PYPL - 1.87% - Just a beaten down stock which i believe will bounce back ADBE - 1.87% - Huge Growth Giant UPWK - .9% - I believe that contract freelancers + remote work is a huge market that it does better than SaaP FVRR

Any thoughts and criticism is wanted I am happy to learn

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Pension funds are extremely diversified so just because they are buying up SNOW doesnt mean shit. They are dipping their hands in every stock and sector.

ADSK who has a 92% institutional hold still dropped 20% after last week ER despite beating EPS. Seems to be the pattern for all overvalued tech stocks for this quarter.

Analyst forecast also don't mean shit because they have vested interest in the stock going up.

The fact is this stock is extremely overvalued be it in the near or far term. The market may behave irrationally this Wednesday but I will still short it.

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I stopped out of an ADSK call spread this morning. When me get gud

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Chain on ADSK is looking ripe played the Friday dump and today’s green dildo perfectly abt to yolo my profits into 270c 11dte

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Lot of uncertainty over the next few weeks...

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better to sell cash secured puts on IGV that expire on 1/21/2022. Even if you bake in a 10% fall in price from the current 418$ for IGV, you can sell cash secured PUTS at 375$ strike price for 5.50. Meaning you will get paid 550$ if you block 37,500 for 53 days (11/29/21 till 1/21/22) - an annualized return of 9.98% on your capital. If the market falls and you do get assigned, you are getting IGV for 369.50 - a very good bargain - 12% discount to Friday's closing price...for an ETF that is mostly software - the demand for which doesn't wane even if people work from home for the foreseeable future...

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Top 10 (53%) of IGV are ADBE,MSFT, CRM, ORCL, INTU, NOW, ZM, ADSK, SNAP, ATVI

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$ADSK

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ADSK beat estimates, albeit with a slightly less bullish adjusted self-prediction, and dipped 15%. Now at a significant discount below its year-long channel during a 20+ year bull run.

Several industries use their software for 3DCAD.

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Well I'm bummed I exited adsk puts a day early and left a few hundred on the table. I am glad I'm like 85% cash gang right now so there's that.

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TOST, SQ, ADSK, PENN, PATH, UPWK, SOFI, DNA, ETWO

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What about Adobe?. So China slowing down with construction really affected adsk?

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Thank you motleyfool for recommending ADSK. Im in heavy loss; ill never follow your stockadvisor anymore or actually I'll reverse it

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🎯 $ADSK price target update 🔴 Target Lowered by Citigroup From $286.00 to $264.00 Day quote/change: $191.16 (-1.19%) Target upside: 38.1% Published: May 20, 2022 https://t.co/7ekhMqLmsP
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$ADSK 100% Win rate on 2 trades in 1 month. No Losses. Rating is Bearish https://t.co/GdwVFw5lcU
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Citi keeps a Buy on Autodesk, lowers price target to $264 from $286 $ADSK
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$ADSK 75% Win rate on 29 trades in 1 month. Profit Factor of 2.28. Rating is Bullish https://t.co/P972vN7TA5
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$ADSK crossed below moving averages and very weak. First 🎯$176.5 $QQQ
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The price action in $ADSK has been terrible for many many quarters. Something must be very wrong inside that business. Did they pick the wrong CEO?
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$ADSK was 197.07 now 187.5 $WDAY was 182.29 now 164.23 $PAYC was 288.56 now 268 $CDNS was 142.44 now 136.79 $DDOG was 108.86 now 86
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$ADSK Bearish Harami Daily appearances since 2010: 15 Close 5 days later ±: Avg: -0.78 SD: 5.57 Worst: -18.59 Best: 8.43 10 days later: Avg: 0.45 SD: 3.69 Worst: -9.67 Best: 6.69 30 days later: Avg: 1.84 SD: 4.78 Worst: -4.90 Best: 13.54
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$ADSK - ADSK: Attractive, But Waiting For A Better Entry Price. https://t.co/PpqKO2lfBi #investing #economy #trading
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Opened short positions: $PAYC @ 283.66 $WDAY @ 179.44 $ADSK @ 193.93
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$ADSK pays a lot to its CEO(16 million/year). It is 68% higher than the level predicted by its fundamentals.
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I believe the civil eng consulting industry is broadly misunderstood by finance professionals and bloggers. many simply comp $ADSK to $BSY and $PCOR assuming equivalence. Specialist design = specialist software and varies as f(need, cost)
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