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GOLD 1 ROKU 2 NTLA 2 SNOW 2 KMX 4 TM 4 T 1 CMCSA 1 VZ 1 WM 1 HRL 3 KO 2 BF.B 2 STZ 2 NVO 5 JNJ 2 AZN 2 AMZN 2 BABA 2 WMT 5 HDB 4 AXP 5 V 5 ADP 3 INTU 5 CRM 4 ADBE 3 AMD 3 NVDA 3 AAPL 2 MSFT 3 GOOGL 4 BRK.B 10 %/100

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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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Almighty AMC? They have like 10 million subs. And Roku made under 3 billion total revenue last year. Not in the same league. DIS and CMCSA i will give you.

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Why in the world is the communication sector so strong. I need CMCSA to go down please.

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I just want CMCSA to crash and KO to moon, that is all. Not asking for much.

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#Ban Bet Lost

/u/Competitive_Row_4148 (0/1) made a bet that CMCSA would go to 43.989000000000004 when it was 39.99 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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Fcking CMCSA...

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Long UPST NIO and DUOL

Short on CMCSA and NSRGY because fuck Comcast and Nestle

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Gotta go for the places people will always go to no matter what’s going on. Dollar stores, mcd, wmt, pep, Ko etc. people are still going to buy stuff. Also now people won’t cancel their internet at this point unless they have no choice. So vz, cmcsa and possibly T could be good

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cmcsa continue to be glued to 40. fun stock to trade.

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CMCSA / DIS / UPS / FB / QCOM

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CMCSA just glued to 40.

I'm telling you, easiest stonk / calls to trade.

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Ban Bet Created: /u/Competitive_Row_4148 bet CMCSA goes from 39.99 to 43.99 before 2022-05-11 17:28:52.053222-04:00

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!banbet cmcsa +10% 10d

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i really want to jump on cmcsa overnight, but am a pussy

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heavy cash, i missed my entry on cmcsa due to shitposting, not looking to get creating into the afternoon

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CMCSA is the easiest stock to trade. like a bike with training wheels. don't miss out.

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god damnit, I'm shitposting with y'all and missed the cmcsa capitulation bottom intraday.

fuck

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tempted on CMCSA yolo. shit is way oversold given it's fundamentals (yes declining broadband is bad, but not this bad)

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NFLX still has more pain coming. They have done absolutely nothing to diversify their revenue streams and now that they're bleeding subscribers, they're mega fucked. They thought they were DIS or CMCSA but I bet you they fall back to to around $30-35 billion market cap. Somewhere between WBD and DISH

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Fkin comcast CMCSA too dragonball super off an put it on hulu, knowing i pay 300 a month. Theyre lucky i can still get joy of painting and gunsmoke or ill cancel.

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CMCSA looks bad

FOXA looks better

but all these stocks suck.. broadcasting has been dying except for the stocks that went streaming or do tech stuff

but formula one stock, oh baby!

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BRK-A/BRK-B, JPM, TM, XOM, BAC, and CMCSA appear to be fairly valued or better right now, based on a quick PEG and 5 yr EPS screen.

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Thanks for the response. I understand the fundamentals but sometimes the market behaves in a way that defies the fundamentals when it comes to a stock like TSLA. The price movement there is higher than most, and I had typically avoided stocks like these with 1k+ prices -- I don't think I'm the only small time investor who feels this way. CMCSA is one of those boring but mostly reliable stocks, maybe I'm just looking for something a little more interesting.

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> Alphabet and Amazon, and maybe 10-1 for Tesla, would it be better to sell some shares of another stock I own (CMCSA) to buy in now

Very apples-to-oranges comparison.

"When TSLA split in 2020 I ultimately didn't buy in, and I'm feeling the FOMO right now for sure."

It's a stock split, which has been given a bizarre amount of focus in the last couple of years. If you have 1 $1000 share and it's 10 for 1 you now have 10 $100 shares. The excitement around splits is baffling and I'll guess definitely not going to last.

If you like a stock because you believe strongly in the fundamentals and think that the price is reasonable, then fine. But I wouldn't buy anything because of a split and definitely wouldn't have any FOMO over splits in/of themselves.

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With the upcoming 20-to-1 splits of Alphabet and Amazon, and maybe 10-1 for Tesla, would it be better to sell some shares of another stock I own (CMCSA) to buy in now? I have about 275 shares of CMCSA and would need to sell approx 45-60 (x2) to buy in to each of Alphabet and Amazon, leaving me with about 150 shares of CMCSA.

I also have about 55 shares in FID500 Index through my old 401k, worth about 6k. The index fund already has the top companies but obviously way more diversified. Would the money be better spent in a fund vs the individual stocks? I can handle a healthy amount of risk as this wouldn't be more than 5% of my portfolio. When TSLA split in 2020 I ultimately didn't buy in, and I'm feeling the FOMO right now for sure.

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If NFLX complains about churn and low sub adds, I hope they name names. They almost definitely have accurate data on who’s going to WBD, DIS, CMCSA, PARA, etc

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Companies that I think won't be in the top 30 in 40 years times:

UNH, V, XOM, JPM, MA, CVX, BAC, KO, PEP, DIS, VZ, CMCSA, CSCO, ORCL, ADBE, CRM, INTC, MCD, WFC, TMUS, UPS.

Reasons: slow to negative growth, poor management, no innovation, will get disrupted, acquired, replaced, or go bankrupt.

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CMCSA anyone ?

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No it is def not too late. My recommendations is to use fake money during this time to learn how the market swings. I do believe the market will crash and there’s very little you can invest in that’s a ‘sure thing’ at this moment IMO. I started and your age and used my inherited money from my grandma. I will just say it was a very expensive lesson and it took me 7 years to get back where I was. Lessons I wish I knew before hand:

  1. Buy low sell high
  2. Hold for long term
  3. Look at investments with dividends to pay as you hold.
  4. Capital gain taxes are when you sell a stock that you held less than 1 year. Capital gain taxes are nearly 50%. This is why day trading/short term trading is not worth it
  5. Diversify in different sectors and stocks. You should own 10-20 stocks to be diversified
  6. Choose stocks you know about and expect to grow. Mine are NVDA GOOGL AAPL CMCSA LIT DIS IRM

Not financial advice and good luck. Let me know if you have questions

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You own shares of AMZN. 9% of your QQQ stake is AMZN and CMCSA. That’s some incredible mental gymnastics you’re trying to pull off. You own shares of anti-LGBTQ+ companies. You should be ashamed with yourself. You support hate.

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They are a hypocrite since they own shares of QQQ which is heavy in AMZN and CMCSA, both of whom were in the same articles that talked about how HD donated money to politicians who donated to republics who have pushed anti-LGBTQ+ legislation.

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From Wall Street floors to WSB

MORGAN STANLEY: “.. $CMCSA remains our only OW in Cable/Satellite. We see Comcast delivering long-term EBITDA and adjusted EPS growth of 5%+ and 10%+, respectively, while shares trade at a ~30% discount to the S&P.”

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Hulu is still $6.99 and they aren't trying to shove Cuties down our throats. They are owned by $DIS and $CMCSA (comcast). This is autistic financial advice.

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CMCSA might have a home in there.

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25% QQQ 25% MSFT 17% DJD 10% LOW 9% AMD 7% DIS 5% NEE 5% CMCSA

What do you think? To double down on Microsoft while diversifying on the back end

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>*Comcast and Apple Bring Apple TV+ to Comcast's Entertainment Platforms $CMCSA $AAPL

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-03-07 ^10:32:28 ^EST-0500

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My best is XOM : +43%

Worst is CMCSA : -17%

Overall portfolio up 20% so far

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Here is my list presented in order of under to over priced in my opinion. Spoiler - You'll be sad when they get called away if you buy the undervalued ones.

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ENB

MO

WU

BTI

GILD

ABBV

IBM

PM

UNM

XOM

VTRS

AMGN

LEG

BEN

UGI

MMM

xle

WBA

Ul

EFA

MRK

T

jpm

BMO

PFE

KHC

VZ

CLX

KMB

HD

DUK

SO

PEP

SJM

SBUX

ITW

OZK

INTC

xlp

CAH

BMY

K

MET

KO

ED

MDT

TROW

MDLZ

csco

IVZ

LMT

xlre

BAC

xlu

AOS

cpb

HRL

xlf

CAT

MCD

D

JNJ

APD

HON

PBCT

NEE

CMCSA

LHX

RHHBY

BLK

PG

CL

MDT

xlb

GPC

GD

xlv

ATO

SYY

ROST

UPS

cinf

SHW

ADM

lin

RTX

SWK

xli

SPY

hsy

EMR

LOW

MKC

ABT

WM

CB

DIS

xlk

BDX

NKE

WMT

PPG

LRLCY

CHD

EXPD

TGT

xlc

WFC

ALB

SPGI

xly

AAPL

BRO

ROP

WST

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Management is absolute trash. I would take VZ or CMCSA instead if you want a 5G play.

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You can tell how big of a disaster CNBC I Has become when they decide to fly out the whole team to a super bowl.. I mean don’t even argue me on this look at CMCSA Vs FOXA

It’s clear Fox is the direction of the people and is a east play for sympathy with DWAC

Don’t let these blue boys tell you diffrent Price action is better than the false promises of these blue folk

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Short CMCSA

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CMCSA, FISV, JNJ

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Surprising even CMCSA doesn't get mentioned much. Probably better investment than T or VZ right now.

This sub also hates healthcare and all biotech, unless it's MRNA.

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Needs more CMCSA since they own NBC which is the worst pusher of fake news.

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Will be interesting if we see a $6-8 dollar drop on AMD after merger completion like we saw on DIS back in 2019.

I bought my DIS shares when that happened.

There was a lot of arbitraguers holding FOX shares (to play the CMCSA/DID bidding war) when that happened and they dumped the DIS stock after the merger completed.

Will be interesting to see if we get the same 2-3 day cheap buying window with AMD since they're adding 30-40% of the float here and XLNX should mostly be arbitraguers holding that float like FOX back in 2019 due to the length of time it took to complete.

I'd probably look at that as an optimal entry window.

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Paper handed a buy on CMCSA at open and I've been on tikt ever since. No moves today. 😔

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Glad I added a few CMCSA when it was under $46. Think any entry under $50 is probably a good move long term.

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CMCSA from down 6.5% to green.

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CMCSA plummeting, off 6.5%

Likely buyable to 5% or 4% down

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>*Comcast: Board Increases Share-Repurchase Program Authorization to $10 Billion $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-01-27 ^07:06:40 ^EST-0500

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CMCSA down 3%

😂😂😂

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PLTR calls, CMCSA puts

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CMCSA back down in 48s, down bigly, despite some upgrades recently.

that's a buy if things get very scary later.

flight to safety the next morning kind of thing

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My CMCSA puts are up up and so is the cmcsa share price... something smells fishy

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Cmcsa

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Holding4dte SPY 451c, BBBY 13c, CMCSA 49p, GME 110c, LCID 34p, SPY 400p...tomorrow should be interesting

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Why is CNBC parent company CMCSA green?

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my take is calls for

MSFT

TSLA

AAPL

MMM

CMCSA

MCD

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puts on

HOOD

LUV

JBLU

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Anything short except CMCSA / LMT & Defense long / VZ long

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I’m mostly in ETFs. But I’ve put a bit into CMCSA, EADSY, MSFT, RHHBY, ADBE, CRM, and ORAN

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Implied Movement from straddle pricing:

$CAT: 5.87%

$LYB: 7.97%

$HAL: 5.99%

$IBM: 7.42%

$SCCO: 9.58%

$STLD: 13.67%

$MO: 3.3%

$MCD: 3.68%

$VLO: 5.08%

$AAPL: 5.25%

$LUV: 5.53%

$MKC: 5.85%

$BX: 5.92%

$CMCSA: 6.13%

$SYK: 6.91%

$VLY: 8.45%

$AOS: 9.11%

$ALK: 9.65%

$JBLU: 11.4%

$CNX: 11.76%

$MUR: 12.69%

$JNJ: 2.91%

$VZ: 3.01%

$LMT: 4.07%

$RTX: 4.3%

$ADM: 4.76%

$GE: 5.76%

$MSFT: 6.3%

$PII: 10.93%

$ABT: 4.47%

$PGR: 5.97%

$BA: 6.0%

$LVS: 7.31%

$NYCB: 8.02%

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Implied Movement from straddle pricing:

$CAT: 5.87%

$LYB: 7.97%

$HAL: 5.99%

$IBM: 7.42%

$SCCO: 9.58%

$STLD: 13.67%

$MO: 3.3%

$MCD: 3.68%

$VLO: 5.08%

$AAPL: 5.25%

$LUV: 5.53%

$MKC: 5.85%

$BX: 5.92%

$CMCSA: 6.13%

$SYK: 6.91%

$VLY: 8.45%

$AOS: 9.11%

$ALK: 9.65%

$JBLU: 11.4%

$CNX: 11.76%

$MUR: 12.69%

$JNJ: 2.91%

$VZ: 3.01%

$LMT: 4.07%

$RTX: 4.3%

$ADM: 4.76%

$GE: 5.76%

$MSFT: 6.3%

$PII: 10.93%

$ABT: 4.47%

$PGR: 5.97%

$BA: 6.0%

$LVS: 7.31%

$NYCB: 8.02%

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Implied Movement from straddle pricing:

$CAT: 5.87%

$LYB: 7.97%

$HAL: 5.99%

$IBM: 7.42%

$SCCO: 9.58%

$STLD: 13.67%

$MO: 3.3%

$MCD: 3.68%

$VLO: 5.08%

$AAPL: 5.25%

$LUV: 5.53%

$MKC: 5.85%

$BX: 5.92%

$CMCSA: 6.13%

$SYK: 6.91%

$VLY: 8.45%

$AOS: 9.11%

$ALK: 9.65%

$JBLU: 11.4%

$CNX: 11.76%

$MUR: 12.69%

$JNJ: 2.91%

$VZ: 3.01%

$LMT: 4.07%

$RTX: 4.3%

$ADM: 4.76%

$GE: 5.76%

$MSFT: 6.3%

$PII: 10.93%

$ABT: 4.47%

$PGR: 5.97%

$BA: 6.0%

$LVS: 7.31%

$NYCB: 8.02%

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Cmcsa stock??? They have good earnings every time but I can’t fathom WHO is buying Comcast stock!

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Implied Movement from straddle pricing:

$CAT: 5.87%

$LYB: 7.97%

$HAL: 5.99%

$IBM: 7.42%

$SCCO: 9.58%

$STLD: 13.67%

$MO: 3.3%

$MCD: 3.68%

$VLO: 5.08%

$AAPL: 5.25%

$LUV: 5.53%

$MKC: 5.85%

$BX: 5.92%

$CMCSA: 6.13%

$SYK: 6.91%

$VLY: 8.45%

$AOS: 9.11%

$ALK: 9.65%

$JBLU: 11.4%

$CNX: 11.76%

$MUR: 12.69%

$JNJ: 2.91%

$VZ: 3.01%

$LMT: 4.07%

$RTX: 4.3%

$ADM: 4.76%

$GE: 5.76%

$MSFT: 6.3%

$PII: 10.93%

$ABT: 4.47%

$PGR: 5.97%

$BA: 6.0%

$LVS: 7.31%

$NYCB: 8.02%

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Implied Movement from straddle pricing:

$CAT: 5.87%
$LYB: 7.97%
$HAL: 5.99%
$IBM: 7.42%
$SCCO: 9.58%
$STLD: 13.67%
$MO: 3.3%
$MCD: 3.68%
$VLO: 5.08%
$AAPL: 5.25%
$LUV: 5.53%
$MKC: 5.85%
$BX: 5.92%
$CMCSA: 6.13%
$SYK: 6.91%
$VLY: 8.45%
$AOS: 9.11%
$ALK: 9.65%
$JBLU: 11.4%
$CNX: 11.76%
$MUR: 12.69%
$JNJ: 2.91%
$VZ: 3.01%
$LMT: 4.07%
$RTX: 4.3%
$ADM: 4.76%
$GE: 5.76%
$MSFT: 6.3%
$PII: 10.93%
$ABT: 4.47%
$PGR: 5.97%
$BA: 6.0%
$LVS: 7.31%
$NYCB: 8.02%

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I'd cut SOFI % when you get an opportunity. No one should be nearing 10% of their entire portfolio in them with the past performance indicators.

Personally think that's a lot in BMY and unless you added in the low $50's there might not be a ton of short term upside. Out of all the major pharma, I'm least confident in their future pipeline.

If you're not going ETF, would consider adding PFE, JNJ, VZ, T, CMCSA, WOLF, RDFN to diversify a little more. Not all today or at these exact prices, however.

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Read this:

https://promarket.org/2019/09/16/the-cost-of-america-oligopoly-problem/

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Also you missed a ton of other industries.

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Mass Media

National mass media and news outlets are a prime example of an oligopoly, with the bulk of U.S. media outlets owned by just four corporations:

Walt Disney (DIS)

Comcast (CMCSA)

Viacom CBS (VIAC)

News Corporation (NWSA)

New players like Amazon and Netflix have joined the mix recently with the rise of streaming media, but smaller players remain shut out.

Big Tech

Operating systems for smartphones and computers provide excellent examples of oligopolies in big tech. Apple iOS and Google Android dominate smartphone operating systems, while computer operating systems are overshadowed by Apple and Microsoft Windows. Big tech also is concentrated on the Internet, with Google, Meta (formerly Facebook), and Amazon dominating.

Automakers

Automobile manufacturing is another example of an oligopoly, with the leading auto manufacturers in the United States being Ford (F), GM, and Stellantis (the new iteration of Chrysler through mergers). Worldwide there are perhaps a dozen key automakers including Toyota, Honda, Volkswagen Group, and Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi.

Telecom

Once an actual monopolistic corporation, AT&T was famously split up due to antitrust ruling into several "Baby Bells". These spinoffs now maintain an oligopoly in the landline and mobile phone provider space, including Verizon (VZ), T-Mobile (TMUS), and AT&T (T).

Entertainment

Hollywood has long been an oligopoly, with a select few movie studios, film distribution companies, and movie theater chains to choose from. The music entertainment industry, too, is dominated by only a handful of players, such as Universal Music Group, Sony, and Warner.

Airlines

The United States airline industry today is arguably an oligopoly. As of 2021, there are four major domestic airlines: American Airlines, Inc. (AAL), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL), Southwest Airlines (LUV), and United Airlines Holdings, Inc. (UAL), which fly just under 65% of all domestic passengers in 2020.1

Funeral Services
In America, death is a $15 billion a year industry. This includes crematoriums, cemeteries, and funeral homes. According to the National Funeral Directors Association, a funeral costs $7,323 on average. And if you add a burial plot and flowers, the cost increases to $9,000. It’s expensive to die in the US.
There are only three publicly traded funeral service firms. The largest of them is Service Corporation International, with nearly 11% market share by the number of funeral homes and 16% market share by revenue.

Other Industries

The examples above may be among the most obvious, but you are likely to find just a small number of large players across a wide swath of the economy. Food manufacturers, chemical companies, apparel, and supermarket chains are just a few more to look out for.

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Might want to keep an eye on CMCSA, approaching similar levels. People might cut back on TV services, but they aren't dropping data/internet. Most do not have another option.

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Top 5 stocks for this week selected by our AI-driven model: PRGO, ATVI, OMC, NWSA, CMCSA

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Top 5 stocks for this week selected by our AI-driven model: PRGO, ATVI, OMC, NWSA, CMCSA

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Large tracking differences. Major weight differences in VIIIX:

  • +5.6% MSFT
  • +6.3% NVDA
  • -10% BRK.B
  • +8.7% HD
  • -9.5% BAC
  • -6.1% MA
  • +4.7% PFE
  • -17% XOM
  • -11% CVX
  • +6.3% ADBE
  • +8.7% AVGO
  • -6.1% KO
  • +8.1% CMCSA
  • +9.3% TMO
  • +11% NFLX
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Agreed - and more clearly: stay away from meme stocks! Also, if you are going to put any money into crypto XRP is a truly awful choice - just my opinion.

You need etfs - and perhaps you should only be in etfs for now. If you want stocks look for established stocks with real yields. I personally maintain an equities portfolio that is 70% ETF and 30% Common Stock - a mix I'm quite happy with. I like picking individual stocks, but I want the diversification from the etfs. I aim for stocks that carry steady dividends on top of having strong growth forecasts for their industry.

Companies I personally like include ABBV; F; IBM; GSK; WBA; ADM; BEN; JPM; PFE; FCX; CMCSA; etc - these may not be as sexy as ACB, but they will earn you steady yields and are going to be far more reliable and likely have far greater returns than just about anything you're holding.

If you're just beginning, one way to search for companies is to look through 'value' focused etfs and see what they are holding: VTV is my primary US focused etf and it is value focused - go through and see what stands out, what has a solid and steady dividend, which companies have real plans for growth, which are in industries that are dying off, which are on shaky financial ground, etc. Your first stocks shouldn't be 'sexy' ones - focus on consumer staples, utilities, energy companies (including mid-stream, or just buy into the MLPA etf), materials, some industrials.

Look for companies who have real demand for their products; or who are unlikely to be hurt by an economic downturn (look at ADM, it is among the largest agribusiness companies in the world, making all sorts of food products -- people have to eat no matter the economic conditions; GSK makes a whole suite of drugs across numerous fields of medicine, has a cutting edge covid medication, and produces a large number of consumer staples on top of that - likely including your toothpaste - AMC on the other hand? Well, I've gone to a few movies lately but not many others are, aside from really big blockbuster spectacles. It's a dwindling business and you're sinking money into it because it is a meme stock pumped up by Wallstreetbets; where will it be compared to GSK or ADM in 10 years?).

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Emotional yourself. In just the past week MSFT is down 7.5%. ADBE, CRM, NOW, ETSY and NFLX are all down around 10% each. Slightly more speculative stocks like SE, MELI and SHOP are down about 15%.

In late autumn we already had large drops from stocks like PYPL, DIS, CHTR, CMCSA and MDT.

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You have to remember that a company can grow for different reasons. They could have been killing it like some of the Tech stocks over the past 2-3 years. Companies can also grow by merging as well. IF FB merges with DIS, NFLX, CMCSA, VZ, and T, then they should be big enough to over take GOOGL in market cap. However it doesn't mean it'll be outperforming.

Owning the top 25 names of S&P500 does means your return will be somewhat correlated to the index's return.

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The real play for that would be puts on VZ, T, and maybe CMCSA.

As a VZ and T customer, I'd love to buy puts on either/both.

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Their cultural cache is still causing them to be overvalued. Compare their ratios to companies like FOXA, DISCA, VIAC, T, or CMCSA on the entertainment side, SIX and FUN on the theme park side, or NCLH/CCL/RCCL for cruise lines.

Most of the sectors they operate in just aren't that valuable (especially streaming which for most is highly UNprofitable currently), but they're still trading like a high margin silicon valley darling rather than a low-margin consumer entertainment and leisure company which is what they are.

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Cash 20,27%

CVS 16,13%

MSFT 10,47%

GOOG 9,23%

JPM 8,49%

BK 5,37%

WFC 4,36%

UNH 3,90%

INTC 3,25%

C 3,23%

JNJ 2,99%

BAC 2,40%

MU 2,32%

CMCSA 2,19%

MRK 2,18%

BMY 1,67%

BIIB 1,50%

OGN 0,05%

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just got an email from cumcast about that $3 price hike even tho i only got internet service with them. $CMCSA to the MOON

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Quite frankly one of the biggest disgraces still left on television but whatever it reflects $CMCSA

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I live in a star where milk is sold by a state mandated minimum. You think cmcsa, vz or anyone gives a fuckaboubt a fair price?

https://www.lancasterfarming.com/news/main_edition/no-max-on-retail-milk-prices/article_d50e5183-cab9-5140-80aa-93a12198264e.html

This is why fuck that price of shit Trump and duck Biden. No one can change this shit but star level and fuck Apple for not showing my statement spelled right. Tuck it all

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Like I said fuck cmcsa and their stupid ass skyscraper I had to pay for. Fuck em all I want them to get killed by sling, T-Mobile and the non payers

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For cable that’s the only choice. For wireless it’s a crop shoot. Fuck t, vz and cmcsa tbh. They all a bunch of pricks

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Nah. W used to have no data cap but they are adding a 1.2T data cap next year. And fuck both of them tbh. Oh yeah let’s add 1T/s data but add a 1.2T stat cap. Fuck Comcast and their stupid skyscraper inphilly. I hope they die tbh. I pay a tax for them to be the cable service every month

I have 0 choice in that. Fuck cmcsa and vz as well since they have control over pa

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That’s where we differ. I like vz and use them. But cmcsa will always kill them where I live. I hate them both but they have a lock on where I live. But I wouldn’t invest at these prices either

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Everyone crying about valuations don't seem to be aware of what is going on under the surface. Sure the major indices are holding quite well, probably because fear about coronavirus is keeping money into large cap tech as a bond alternative, but besides the big tech stocks, many mid and small cap, more speculative and value stocks are already down like 30-50% from the highs already. From ARK speculatives like SPOT, ROKU, and ZM, to deep value like airlines, telecoms VIAC, CMCSA DISCK, reopening stocks like DIS, the entire biotech space XBI is in a -30%+ bear market and retraced back to almost pre-pandemic levels. That's not what the highs of a market bubble looks like. There are obviously really overvalued stocks that have no clear runway for positive earnings, but also plenty of opportunities where value can be found. During the tech bubble, many value stocks like financials actually went up in value while people were losing millions in overvalued tech stocks. You don't have to buy those high flyers and it seems to me there are plenty of opportunities where value can be found.

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It is far more likely that the world will be destroyed through an accidental nuclear exchange than the modern economy collapsing and causing new social paradigm within the next 100 years.

I think you should take time to consider what your time horizons are, freaking out after one month isn't really much time in the scheme of 20 or 30 years.

Be realistic here, you bought at a 3-month high and we're experiencing a slight down turn. If you can't stomach investing on your own I'd recommend spending money to get a job where you can contribute to a company's 401k and check it once every 5-years.

Otherwise I'd stick with vanguard index funds since the fees are cheaper. Look into VTIAX (total international stock market index fund), VTSMX (total US stock market index fund), and VBMFX (total US bond index fund). Balance them how you see fit (if you're young, more expose to stocks would be preferable to bonds). and think more about your strategies.

For example, I own 3 index funds (VGSLX, VTIAX, and VTSAX). I also own shares in INTC, NVDA, AMD, F, DNA, AAPL, CMCSA, HOOD, and DIS. I sell out the market covered calls in all these stocks and use the premiums to buy more index funds. My strategy is to simply increase my index funds by selling CCs. Once every year or so I'll try to figure out another company I should invest in to buy enough shares to sell CCs and will try to DCA in a 6-month or year window to buy stocks while also buying index funds as well.

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>*Comcast, Walt Disney Announce Content Carriage Agreement $CMCSA $DIS

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2021-11-30 ^10:31:35 ^EST-0500

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Comcast (CMCSA) is another option in that space. Owns universal studios theme parks around the world. Plus the world's largest terrestrial network to support telecommuters.

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>*Comcast's NBCUniversal Weighs Pulling Much of Its Content From Hulu, Sources Say $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2021-11-22 ^15:53:02 ^EST-0500

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I dont think that the stock market is in a bubble. Housing is up 15%, food prices are up, starting base pay is up and so on. So market increase is normal. Also we see so many more people like you with money and dont know what to do with it but invest into stock market. I am in your shoes too. Already have so much invested in the stock market and still looking to buy more, just dont know what to buy. I just need to find a few safe stocks that can average 10-15 % for the next 5-10 years. I am just thinking of buying more CMCSA and DIS and ride them for the next 10 years. They are both down around 20- 25% from their all time highs.

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CMCSA 03 DEC 51$

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>NBC SPORTS EXTENDS U.S. BROADCAST PARTNERSHIP WITH PREMIERE LEAGUE UNTIL 2028 - PREMIERE LEAGUE $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2021-11-18 ^15:44:45 ^EST-0500

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Soooooo long CMCSA?

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Serious answer: their earnings were not bad, and I think it’s oversold. 683MM revenue expectation to 680MM actual and they beat on the bottom line.

Interestingly international expansion, and they have, time and time again, proven to do well against the presumptive roku-killers, AAPL, AMZN and CMCSA.

Is it guaranteed to keep its market share? No. But it’s a pure play streaming play with more upside for success in streaming than more diversified companies.

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