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hmmmm, are you saying 6 month AMZN calls are gonna print? I thought they way over extended themselves and built a shit ton of warehouses that are gonna end up unused.

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it is mega growth (+40% yoy)

amzn is the overvalued one with 10% yoy with same PE

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Happy to help.

100 shares of each with covered calls

  • SPY
  • AMT
  • CI
  • TMUS
  • AMZN
  • STWD

I’ll for sure get fooked tomorrow but glad you’ll be up. Please buy 30DTE puts on each and you’ll be making money for sure

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This me. With SPY and AMZN

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>There are a lot of different stocks out there, and it really depends on what you're looking for. However, if you're just trying to get started with investing, here are a few that might be worth considering:

  1. Apple (AAPL) - This tech giant is always innovating and growing, making it a great long-term investment.
  2. Amazon (AMZN) - Another industry leader that's constantly expanding its reach. A good choice for growth investors. 3
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I'm going to start researching that myself actually. Definitely AMZN and AAPL because continued inflation plus reduced consumer spending as this recession drags on

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Even less likely then AMZN will do as well going forward. The winners of today are usually not the same winners of tomorrow. Only makes sense otherwise everyone would be millionaires as investors ALWAYS "play where the puck was and not where it will be" so to speak.

Good luck on whatever you choose.

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Yea no thank you lol Not even AAPL or TSLA. But AMZN yes, the future of shopping

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Incredible read thank you. It says only ~7% are winners in the long run. Of course AMZN is on the winners list but there’s no guarantee for the future. Really appreciate this read.

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Saw a random comment saying to buy puts on AMZN. Imma see how this goes

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If those RSUs disappeared tomorrow, and separately your employer suddenly gave you a $400k cash bonus, would you put it 100% into AMZN?

For that matter, assume you have a cousin whose life and situation is very similar to yours, and they got a $400k cash bonus, and they asked for your advice. Would you tell them to put it 100% into AMZN right now?

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AMZN = Red

TSLA = Red

SPY = Red

Fuck your calls buddy

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Amazon has a P/E ratio around 100. The S&P500 is around 18. If Amazon ever get revalued lower for some reason you could conceivable see a significant drop. If that likely anytime soon, probably not, but it could happen.

I don't think being in one stock is always a bad idea, but you have to be aware of the risks. Most of my net worth came from letting my AAPL stock run and never selling, but until recently they had a P/E around 14-16, so any revaluation dropped them to like 12. That a different risk that dropping from 100 to 18.

In terms of whether you should sell now and diversify that's a bet on AMZN vs the market, and I'll leave that up to you. The consensus is that the old leaders like tech won't lead going forward, but I personally doubt that thesis. The entire economy is built on technology these days.

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I want AMZN to tank simply because of all their promoted shit on the marketplace and Rims of Plowers being such a shit production. Also, RIVN. Also Blue Origin dongs. My goodness, I cannot stand anything about that company.

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Need AMZN to announce lower guidance or something right this minute.

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112$ amzn puts. 3w. Freeeeee moneyyyyyy

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Just bought 5 Amzn 112$ puts 10/21e. Make me rich bby

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Puts on AMZN, driver has been doing loops around neighborhood for an hour because he cant read mailbox numbers

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$PLUG, $AMZN, $NCLH, $COST, $VZ, $MMM, $AAL

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I saw AMZN up 5% yesterday. Bought OTM puts. Made 20% when I sold them today. It's not crazy but it's profit and that's what matters.

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2 FAANG stocks have fallen to pandemic lows META and NFLX, I wonder when/if the AAPL, AMZN, GOOGL will fall

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" I keep selling calls long dated and closing them out for a profit."

So let's say you sell to open a call for a year from now, and from now till the next year, you are observing the market and buy to close cheaper than you sold. If I understand your strategy. This strategy works only if market has volatility (goes below your premium) right? Otherwise you will be screwed, am I thinking about this correct? For example, If AMZN after you sold to open, keeps the same or just goes up, so as we get closer to your call execution date, you will bleed more to close. What's your thought on that?

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when you get that premium though, do you just sit on it and wait for the call to decay then close out...or do you jam that premium back into the stock you wrote a call on.

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I am bullish on AMZN 5-10 years out. But if it surged 75% in a month and i got my stock called away I wouldn't care because I would make a decent profit...and the probability of that happening is so low.

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$AMZN wtf?

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AMZN probably the most defensible and has the most going for it once the economy picks back up in 2028

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I deserve to have some of my money back because i sold my amzn calls 3 days ago

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These past few months AMZN has really been trying to convince us to use amazon ads. I've been getting mails about it every week. It's annoying and that's why I bought AMZN puts.

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Google P/E is 19 and AMZN is 109. So it is actually over 5.5X more expensive.

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How is Goog 1/3 of Amzn price - 102 vs 121?

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The top 10 positions in QQQ is over 50% of the weighting and includes Aapl, msft, pep, cost, Goog, Googl, Meta, tsla, nvda, Amzn. Aapl is over 13% by itself.

Guess what the top 10 holding in SPY is 27% weighting and the same 8 substituting Brk.b and JPM for Pep and Cost. Aapl is almost 6%.

I bet there is more overlap than you realize.

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Because its a crazy market, PUTS on AMZN img

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Bought TSLA shares today. Forward P/E is 45, which is slightly less than AMZN, which is something I noted earlier.

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By 10/28: TSLA down to 145 AAPL down to 123 SPY down to 337 AMZN down to 82

The fall to continue on Thursday, if not tomorrow. Buckle up. TRUST ME BRO

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>FANG+ Constituents: >$AAPL 146.04 +2.52% $AMZN 121.07 +4.46% $BABA 84.23 +4.69% $BIDU 123.47 +3.2% $META 140.32 +1.22% $GOOG 102.37 +3.06% $NFLX 240.63 +0.65% $NVDA 131.69 +5.27% $TSLA 249.28 +2.84% $MSFT 248.8 +3.35% >$TWTR 51.58 +21.25%

^IGSquawk ^@IGSquawk ^at ^2022-10-04 ^16:27:59 ^EDT-0400

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Can't have any discussion without the total return scolds lecturing people. Most dividend growth investors also have broad market index funds in retirement accounts. We know how total returns work.

My dividend growth portfolio yields 2.38% and has mostly businesses growing at over 10% a year. And growing their divvies accordingly. I also own GOOLG, AMZN and BRK-B that do not pay dividends. I also own no bonds other than I-bonds. One of the main reasons I own mainly dividend growth stocks is that I don't sell any shares and don't want to own bonds (other than I-bonds)

I don't sell shares and my dividends meet 80% of my expenses currently (not yet retired). It is always an either/or with some folks.

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Added more VOO, AAPL, AMZN, and GOOGL this week.

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Can I have some copium for nov AAPL, AMZN, TWLO, LULU puts

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Have you looked at what’s in between top and bottom line on AMZN? Their PE would be single digits without R&D and various investments. PE is not everything. AMZN huge buy

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Rate my portfolio i am new to investing and i am looking to sell some of these because i feel i over diversified

HD

VTI

VZ

GME

AMD

AMT

MSFT

AMZN

ORCL

SPY

NVDA

WCC

POSH

ANET

V

VT

GOOGL

SQQQ

COIN

RIVN

UBER

ATKR

PTON

OLPX

RUM

did i over diversify and did i chose the wrong stocks to buy?

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Most people don't have billions to sit and wait forever like the examples you gave. How would dca'ing into amzn this past year worked out for anyone? Again berkshire lost over 40 billion this year alone. These guys just say shit after eating shit.

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Made a mistake didn't selling tsla shares, was up 4k, now down 2k

Recovered $350 from aapl & amzn

Fuck you elon

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Monthly puts on BA, GE, AMZN. Freest money ever.

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What price level for AMZN 10/28 Puts?

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>AMAZON FREEZES CORPORATE HIRING IN ITS RETAIL BUSINESS: NYT $AMZN

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-10-04 ^12:43:59 ^EDT-0400

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When to adjust is up to you as the trader and takes some time to learn what works best for your style of trading. Adjusting too soon may result in having to adjust again later, and adjusting too late may result in not being able to get a net credit.

With AMZN moving up to $122 today it is between your short strikes shown and will eventually profit if it does not go above $125.

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I’ll be looking at 380 and how it reacts. But loaded on aapl and googl. Amzn made me cash the yesterday n today

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Call me a stooopid bish if you want but i’m grabbing some amzn put leaps. I bet that fawker gets graped when this is over and dun wit

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Puts on amzn?

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My AMZN iron condor has moved against me big time last two days. Strikes of 103/125, 17dte. When does one adjust it? Even with the impending doom of the financial market, I hardly believe it will go 103 anymore, so maybe move it to 107/110? Basically what do I consider.

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I didn't log it into my spreadsheet, so I forgot I bought 100 shares of AMZN 😃

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Is there any reason MSFT has so many more sell orders than buy orders on Fidelity? I realize it's a green day but AAPL, TSLA, AMZN, QQQ, and NVDA all have more buy orders.

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Just like that bull to bear. AMZN 121p secured.

Bullish yesterday into this morning.

Bearish TBD.

See how that works? How you play swings? 🥴🥴

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Sold next week aapl & amzn calls for $300 profit, not holding this shit

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Why did i sell my amzn calls for spy puts fml

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I keep dreaming I’m 8 years old again and I tell my parents to invest in TSLA, AMZN, and 🌽

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And of course i sold amzn and dkng calls. Luckily still holding uvxy puts

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No hopium needed. Shits going down but nothing moves in a straight line. We are all here to make money on fluctuations.

Calls till Thursday than puts on $amzn and $appl , spy ain’t going down without those 2 dying.

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I have a few rules.

  1. Never trade during the first 45 minutes of market open and last 30 minutes before close. Those are the most volatile times, which you don't want. Volatility is not your friend. And no matter how tempted you are, stay away.

  2. Only trade mega caps and preferably high profitability companies like FAANG. I am looking for stocks that trade generally in a 1-3% range. Meaning: they usually don't move up or down more or less than 3% in a day. ABSOLUTELY NO SMALL CAPS and even most large caps.

  3. Stay away from stocks that are up or down more than 5% in one day. A company does not and should not lose more than 5% in a day in market cap with no news. No news is your friend.

  4. Look at overall market (S&P, Nasdaq, Dow) and see if they're up or down for the day and how much. The best is when it's not volatile and it's up/down 0.2-0.9% pre market. The closer to 0% (flat) the better.

  5. Look at the industry the stock you are looking to trade is in. For example, let's say you find CHD as a good option for scalp trading that day. See how much it is up/down on the day and then look at their competitors and other companies in the industry (PG, CLX, KMB, MKC, CL, UL, etc). Yahoo finance shows these on the side. As long as they're all trading in the same range more or less and have the same movement, you're good to go.

  6. Realize that it's unlikely you'll time it EXACTLY right but you will get pretty close which is good enough. Basically it's very simple. Imagine a flat day for stocks and you're looking at AMZN. All of a sudden AMZN drops by 0.7% over a 30-60 second period. That's exactly when you buy in. Very good chance it bounces back by 0.1-0.3%. Sell then. Don't get agitated if you only make 0.1% on trades. Profit is profit.

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I did IT for AMZN, at FCs. Left now and it's been a few months so I guess I can talk about it.

The worst for me was when we were getting news about overcapacity before it was public, and we started having to make plans to mothball buildings that were almost done on the enterprise IT side of things because we just weren't growing fast enough to move in. Sentiment based on public info was very bullish at the time.

Now I think people really undersell the future prospects of the FC business because the financials don't look as appealing as AWS. There's just nobody else leveraging technology at that scale, and the projects in the pipe that are now starting to become public are really a few years away from automating a lot of jobs, but there have been beta sites working on these things for years.

The older buildings that are more labor intensive are going to start getting dropped off and reach EOL, and because the newer more high-tech buildings are so efficient and can handle such high volume I think they'll pay for themselves faster than people assume (barring a recession that really hurts demand).

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Some ETF funds and I 0sell puts on red days--usually the more stable, big stocks I would like to own at a lower price like msft, amzn, or google, or sell calls on green days..usually far OTM for some income.

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What you expect for this week will be the options (Call or Put) for AMZN,SPY,META?

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If you have net profits YTD

I would sell ROKU, sell AAPL, sell RIOT

You have ROKU in ARKK, I personally don't like APPL and too weighted in QQQ/SPY, I rather own BTC, ETH, or UNI than a company that is correlated to digital assets.

Realize a loss, pay less taxes. Use the remaining capital in something not similar to avoid a wash sale, therefore tax harvesting without adding more capital risk, reducing some correlation risk with AAPL towards GOOGL and AMZN (3 major tech), etc.

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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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It's not the S&P

It's definitely one of the most important components especially when you consider Berkshire is in it but it's not everything.

MSFT, AMZN, TSLA, GOOGL, BRK.B, XOM, CVN, PG, V, WMT, DIS, MCD and the entire Dow 30 is in it. Plus a whole bunch of other juggernauts are listed in the index.

It's about as diverse a portfolio a anyone could build.

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Amzn pe 105

Tsla pe 87

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Didn’t realize AMZN has Monday Night Football. Bullish.

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Lol .... Elon moving in to bid for $AMZN this week

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I wasn't hating. TSLA was the first investment I ever made and I've been a fan of Elon's before TSLA was even a public company.

I don't think TSLA's valuation is insane if you really believe in their mission. I always thought they had a chance of disrupting the industry, but at this point given their valuation I'm too conflicted to invest. I'd probably need the stock to roughly half from here to be interested.

Also, as a shareholder of AMZN, I don't think this is a fair comparison. AMZN has faced some major headwinds this year so current income isn't really reflective of their earning potential given the loses they've taken on the retail side and from their investment in Rivian. Also AWS accounts for most of AMZN's net income, and that's growing at around 40% YoY so your growth numbers are also not telling the full story here.

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Friendship ended with tesla

Aapl & amzn is my new buddies

Bought 2 weeks out aapl 148c & amzn 119c

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I think the FED will have to pivot soon. I don't think they will return to QE or lower rates, just stop increasing. We are going to return to a world of higher inflation. Not 8-9%, but 4% wouldn't surprise me.

Bullish sectors:

Energy: (we don't produce enough oil/fossil fuels to meet demand). Also uranium as nuclear is going to have to be brought online.

Materials: we have underproduced most metals. Also, in a higher inflation environment, commodities tend to do well. Copper, coal, Industrial gasses, and chemical companies.

Industrials: there's a lot of wide moat industrial companies, and they are essential to a functional society. They have pricing power. Companies that have pricing power do well. I also think automation and supply chain issues will push more onshoring in America. Automation, waste disposal, special industrial equipment.

Bearish sectors:

Tech. I think big tech has had near monopolies in their lanes that enabled them to grow. Now their growth opportunities are to take share from each other. MSFT into search and ads, AAPL into payments, AMZN into everything, GOOG trying to do more with the cloud. I still think these are great companies, but their best growth is behind them.

Defense stocks: what's the best way to trim a massive government budget? Trim defense spending. At some point it has to happen.

Healthcare: same as defense. Government health spending will have to go down at some point.

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I’ll take AMZN for $90 Alex…

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amzn needa dump to consumer defensive multiple

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Damn short memories. META hit ATM last September. Aapl blocking $10B of their potential revenue was a huge hit.

I firmly believe they will figure out a way to move forward.

There are a bunch of other tech companies that have gotten murdered in the last year - NFLX, AMD, NVDA etc. Do they have more downside, probably. Are they dying companies that don't deserve any investment, no.

If you really think META is dying you better stop investing in SPY and QQQ

COMPANY SYMBOL TOTAL NET ASSETS
Apple Inc. AAPL 7.23%
Microsoft Corp. MSFT 5.85%
Amazon.com Inc. AMZN 3.32%
Tesla Inc. TSLA 2.08%
Alphabet Inc. Cl A GOOGL 1.95%
Alphabet Inc. Cl C GOOG 1.80%
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Cl B BRK.B 1.52%
UnitedHealth Group Inc. UNH 1.46%
Johnson & Johnson JNJ 1.27%
Exxon Mobil Corp. XOM 1.20%

#11 - Facebook - Meta 1.03%

QQQ

COMPANY SYMBOL TOTAL NET ASSETS
Apple Inc. AAPL 13.54%
Microsoft Corp. MSFT 10.41%
Amazon.com Inc. AMZN 6.86%
Tesla Inc. TSLA 4.56%
Alphabet Inc. Cl C GOOG 3.64%
Alphabet Inc. Cl A GOOGL 3.46%
Meta Platforms Inc. META 2.98%
NVIDIA Corp. NVDA 2.83%
PepsiCo Inc. PEP 2.09%
Costco Wholesale Corp. COST 2.04%

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if tomorrow is green i am selling the fuck out of AAPL, AMZN and GOOGL calls

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IBM AMZN GE

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20 is expensive for a tech company? Would you say Amazon is also expensive? They are currently at 104.53. https://ycharts.com/companies/AMZN/pe_ratio

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You reets bought amzn at 170 Whats wrong with 115

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Bers need to break AMZN support at $100

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Ha true. But PTON has a good, loyal user base and high MRR with subscriptions. It’s a great aquisition target for AMZN or even something wild like NFLX of NKE.

I’m gonna buy shares if it hits 5 and 3 and hold a year in hopes of buyout.

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The forward PE is in the 40's, which is what you should be concerned with, the future earnings. That puts it on par with stocks like AMZN.

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AAPL Dead, GOOGL Dead, AMZN Dead…next TSLA

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>FANG+ Constituents: >$AAPL 140.98 +2.01% $AMZN 114.88 +1.68% $BABA 79.91 -0.1% $BIDU 118.07 +0.56% $META 137.32 +1.2% $GOOG 98.85 +2.8% $NFLX 237.27 +0.79% $NVDA 125.68 +3.53% $TSLA 243.52 -8.2% $MSFT 237.62 +2.03%

^IGSquawk ^@IGSquawk ^at ^2022-10-03 ^11:20:35 ^EDT-0400

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Amzn has p/e >100, but somehow it feels untouchable and will only move proportionally to the market despite the fact that it has the most room to fall. It's really not a growth company anymore. I really want to buy puts, but it feels much less safe than even googl puts.

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"Is it a good strategy to abstract away what has happened in stocks after Feb 2020, pre-pandemic?"

I don't know that I'd put it that way. I think that people shouldn't look at peak prices and determine whether something is attractive given the magnitude of decline. There are a lot of things that are 80-90% down from highs. There are probably a couple of things in that that have some potential to be decent/good businesses in a recovery, but in 2020, all of those names had potential appeal to people as people tried to buy anything considered remotely "disruptive."

There are a number of things that turned out to be pumpkins - the carriage from Cinderella that turned back into a pumpkin at midnight. Carvana was "the new way to buy cars!" Meanwhile, in a downturn like 2008, Carmax lost 72%. One can make any number of cases - there have been plenty - about Carvana, but at the end of the day, in a downturn it's still a business selling cars, whether it's selling cars at Carmax or in giant vending machines. Upstart was another one. The "AI-based way to lend" but even the S-1 admitted that the company's AI had limited experience with a downturn. All the sudden they're taking a number of loans onto their book. Stock is down 95% from about where that guy went on CNBC and acted like there was audio trouble when asked what they actually do.

There are some bargains today, but this is a different environment and I think - despite the fact that there will be some real bounces at times - people have to treat it that way.

That's definitely not to say no growth, but I still think that the sort of MSFT/GOOGL/AAPL/AMZN/NVDA portfolio that worked so well over the last decade (or especially the sort of hyper growth/disruptive portfolio that worked so well in 2020) is not going to be necessarily the place to be for a while going forward. There's certainly going to be bounces (might be seeing the start of one now) but I think people should consider not being all tech/all aggressive growth.

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The fuck was that AMZN reversal lol

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AMZN flat

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As a buy and hold long term real estate investor, I hope you’re right! I’ve ran into a few people now who have backed out of deals due to fear and their retirement accounts (or vested AMZN stock) plummeting. Fear is real and it’s affecting buyers right now.

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AAPL and AMZN just going their own ways

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>ITALY'S ADMINISTRATIVE COURT ANNULS ANTITRUST FINES ON APPLE AND AMAZON FOR ALLEGED COLLUSION - DOCUMENT $AAPL $AMZN

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-10-03 ^08:03:52 ^EDT-0400

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If you want comedy, go to r/stocks.

People post "is it time to hold cash?" when SPY went down from 480 to 360. Fucking idiots DCA'ing into AMZN at 3500 and GOOGL at 2750, Apple "Dip" buyers at 170.

The idiocy is fucking next level, inverse all these fucks and you bank.

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where the fuck were you guys in 2021-early 2022? Now everyone turns genius when SPY went from 420 to 360.

Fuck this sub is beyond stupid, inverse everything you lads say paid me the best.

Up ~30% by shorting the shit out of GOOGL and AMZN this year and shit ton of cash already on the sides.

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I agree. Google, nvda. Msft, amzn, apple, shop are great buys right now. Been buying them and I’ll just hold or pass them to my kids. You can’t beat quality stocks like these giant companies on sale/ it’s not fun now but check back in 2-5 years. In 10 years they will be worth plenty and it’s easier to sleep at night owning these versus the meme stocks

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Unless you are retired or 1-2 years from retirement now is not the time to panic, now is the time to DCA as much as you can. Put cash in and hold til weeks like last week then get some great picks at a discount. AAPL, MSFT, SPY, PG, PFE, AMZN, etc are all blue chip stocks that are heavily discounted. If you loved AAPL last year in the $170’s why wouldn’t you still love it now in the $130’s? MSFT at $330 last year is $100 off this year at $230. These are the same underlying businesses that people were bullish on last year. They are going to continue to be successful and will come out ahead in the long run. Gotta have a cast iron stomach and bet on the future not stress about the present. I’m down 25% this year and still increased my allocation to 22% of my income into investments. I’ll take down 25% this year to be up 100% in 3-5 years.

Buying at these lows makes even a tepid recovery profitable. If you have the expendable cash to throw into the market, it’s times like these that make large wealth gains for younger investors.

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He's saying short YHOO and buy AAPL.

Unfortunately, what this doesn't say is that AMZN was one of those high flying darlings that absolutely cratered and then rose from the ashes of paperbound books to take over the world.

AAPL was basically left for dead until they did that whole iOS ecosystem world domination thing.

YHOO, PETS, BCOM, JDSU...all trash.

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I have sold CSP on both AMZN and GOOG hoping to end up owning them for a decade so I approve. However, having that much of your portfolio 30% in any one holding (unless it started at 5% and went up a huge amount) is not ideal. Ideally, if you are king only something between 20-40 holdings gives you same upside with way less downside. Maybe cut those positions in half and buy a couple diversified ETF’s with the difference.

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10K ON WISH PUTS..10K ON AMZN PUTS...10K ON RIVN.PUTS..10K ON BBBY PUTS,,,

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Wallstreetbros these days only know how to lose money on TSLA and AMZN. Rookies…

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Doubtful the market is lower than June but names like amzn are still up 15% from that bottom. Nke had trouble more bad times ahead

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