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As I've been saying, buy PARA.

Buffett has been buying for months (BRK owns well over 15% by now); short interest is huge (90M); and compared to WBD, NFLX, DIS, CMCSA; etc. PARA remains VERY undervalued.

For example, WBD trades at 2x market cap but with 4x times the debt of PARA.

PARA should be trading closer to $50 than $20, and soon it will be.

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I would like to see CMCSA hit $40, purely for autistic rounding purposes

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Credit to u/KRIBZ

AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING

2023-01-23

$BKR | Baker Hughes Holdings LLC: 5.82% | 2.41% | 8.85%

$LOGI | Logitech International SA: 8.06% | 14.95% | 9.17%

2023-01-24

$JNJ | Johnson and Johnson: 3.36% | 1.96% | 2.49%

$TXN | Texas Instruments Incorporated: 4.28% | 2.24% | 4.93%

$DHR | Danaher Corporation: 4.07% | 7.55% | 5.9%

$GE | General Electric Company: 6.51% | 7.81% | 5.25%

$UNP | Union Pacific Corp: 4.44% | 7.9% | 2.9%

$LMT | Lockheed Martin Corp: 3.93% | 8.71% | 3.6%

$MSFT | Microsoft Corporation: 4.73% | 5.07% | 4.85%

$VZ | Verizon Communications Inc: 3.41% | 7.94% | 4.35%

$RTX | Raytheon Technologies Corporation: 3.27% | 7.4% | 3.3%

2023-01-25

$ASML | : 4.69% | 9.83% | 4.5%

$NOW | ServiceNow Inc: 8.06% | 6.8% | 7.88%

$FCX | Freeport McMoRan Inc: 9.07% | 6.51% | 5.59%

$NEE | NextEra Energy Inc: 3.03% | 3.2% | 6.7%

$CCI | Crown Castle International Corp: 3.36% | 5.17% | 6.07%

$TSLA | Tesla Inc: 6.98% | 3.31% | 9.59%

$LRCX | Lam Research Corporation: 5.65% | 10.45% | 5.87%

$LVS | Las Vegas Sands Corp: 5.46% | 7.16% | 6.8%

$USB | US Bancorp: 3.68% | 4.29% | 3.77%

$IBM | International Business Machines Corp: 5.65% | 4.05% | 4.89%

$T | AT&T Inc: 4.48% | 8.88% | 4.68%

$BA | Boeing Co: 5.47% | 9.99% | 4.91%

2023-01-26

$SAP | : 3.62% | 3.56% | 7.0%

$MA | MasterCard Incorporated: 4.36% | 2.7% | 3.97%

$V | Visa Inc: 3.97% | 1.33% | 4.13%

$LHX | L3Harris Technologies Inc: 4.56% | 1.66% | 6.74%

$MMC | Marsh and McLennan Companies Inc: 3.75% | 2.28% | 3.81%

$NOC | Northrop Grumman Corp Holding Co: 4.41% | 3.43% | 3.9%

$INTC | Intel Corporation: 7.71% | 11.83% | 7.94%

$BX | Blackstone Group Inc: 4.99% | 4.49% | 5.73%

$DOW | Dow Inc: 4.83% | 5.63% | 3.2%

$CMCSA | Comcast Corporation: 4.37% | 10.6% | 4.9%

2023-01-27

$AXP | American Express Company: 4.49% | 10.26% | 6.65%

$CVX | Chevron Corporation: 4.45% | 4.14% | 4.59%

$CL | Colgate Palmolive Co: 3.46% | 2.22% | 4.6%

$HCA | HCA Healthcare Inc: 5.8% | 7.4% | 8.03%

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AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING

2023-01-23

$BKR | Baker Hughes Holdings LLC: 5.82% | 2.41% | 8.85%

$LOGI | Logitech International SA: 8.06% | 14.95% | 9.17%

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2023-01-24

$JNJ | Johnson and Johnson: 3.36% | 1.96% | 2.49%

$TXN | Texas Instruments Incorporated: 4.28% | 2.24% | 4.93%

$DHR | Danaher Corporation: 4.07% | 7.55% | 5.9%

\$GE | General Electric Company: 6.51% | 7.81% | 5.25%

$UNP | Union Pacific Corp: 4.44% | 7.9% | 2.9%

$LMT | Lockheed Martin Corp: 3.93% | 8.71% | 3.6%

$MSFT | Microsoft Corporation: 4.73% | 5.07% | 4.85%

$VZ | Verizon Communications Inc: 3.41% | 7.94% | 4.35%

$RTX | Raytheon Technologies Corporation: 3.27% | 7.4% | 3.3%

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2023-01-25

$ASML | : 4.69% | 9.83% | 4.5%

$NOW | ServiceNow Inc: 8.06% | 6.8% | 7.88%

$FCX | Freeport McMoRan Inc: 9.07% | 6.51% | 5.59%

$NEE | NextEra Energy Inc: 3.03% | 3.2% | 6.7%

$CCI | Crown Castle International Corp: 3.36% | 5.17% | 6.07%

$TSLA | Tesla Inc: 6.98% | 3.31% | 9.59%

$LRCX | Lam Research Corporation: 5.65% | 10.45% | 5.87%

$LVS | Las Vegas Sands Corp: 5.46% | 7.16% | 6.8%

$USB | US Bancorp: 3.68% | 4.29% | 3.77%

$IBM | International Business Machines Corp: 5.65% | 4.05% | 4.89%

$T | AT&T Inc: 4.48% | 8.88% | 4.68%

$BA | Boeing Co: 5.47% | 9.99% | 4.91%

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2023-01-26

$SAP | : 3.62% | 3.56% | 7.0%

$MA | MasterCard Incorporated: 4.36% | 2.7% | 3.97%

$V | Visa Inc: 3.97% | 1.33% | 4.13%

$LHX | L3Harris Technologies Inc: 4.56% | 1.66% | 6.74%

$MMC | Marsh and McLennan Companies Inc: 3.75% | 2.28% | 3.81%

$NOC | Northrop Grumman Corp Holding Co: 4.41% | 3.43% | 3.9%

$INTC | Intel Corporation: 7.71% | 11.83% | 7.94%

$BX | Blackstone Group Inc: 4.99% | 4.49% | 5.73%

$DOW | Dow Inc: 4.83% | 5.63% | 3.2%

$CMCSA | Comcast Corporation: 4.37% | 10.6% | 4.9%

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2023-01-27

$AXP | American Express Company: 4.49% | 10.26% | 6.65%

$CVX | Chevron Corporation: 4.45% | 4.14% | 4.59%

$CL | Colgate Palmolive Co: 3.46% | 2.22% | 4.6%

$HCA | HCA Healthcare Inc: 5.8% | 7.4% | 8.03%

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Do you have a vision of where VZ will be years from now?

For the urban and suburban markets I think 5G and fixed point wireless will become the main connection for phones, TV and internet. Because I and other people I know are very unhappy with VZ after being damanged by lack of effective customer service. I will not forgive VZ even is they offer free iPhones and other bait. The problems caused by VZ cost me much more than the price of an iPhone and will be remembered for the rest of my life. I believe most of the internet will move to TMUS and T if VZ doesn't make some major changes in the way they treat customers.

For rural areas I think Starlink will be the main phone, TV and internet service. Because number of users and band width maybe limited, Starlink will probably be too expensive to compete in urban and suburban markets.

I've noticed that a lot of people are getting rid of their wireline phones. So now I wonder if people will get rid of cable as well when 5G becomes more important. It seems cables are too much like a wire that can get damaged or lost when trying to install service at a new address. This is why I think T and VZ will do better than CHTR and CMCSA.

I think GOOGL and some T fiber will be important for commercial use in metro areas and for colleges and universities that use a lot of connections in a small area. For home use, it seems 5G is enough for home use and doesn't require installing wires or cables.

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I'm fine with green just have CAT and CMCSA fall back to reality pls

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19 years old and started investing in October.

18% AAPL, 18% AMZN, 22% TSM, 7% APLE, 6% HPQ, 5% REXR, 1% T, 3% V, 3% CSX, 2% CMCSA, 15% AMT.

I plan on buying VOO, VTI, VPU, VIG, WM, WT, PG, UL, and GOOGL. I would love if someone can give me some advice and one thing I really want to learn is how to calculate the intrinsic value of a company. Thanks!

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Well, I was given shares of WBD from owning T earlier this year and those are down nearly 60%. But for just the things I bought:
INTC: -28.25% (Cost basis $36 | Current price $25.89)

VZ: -17.48% (Cost basis $46.18| Current price $38.15)

CMCSA: -7.58% (Cost basis $37.58| Current price $34.74)
SPY: -5.64% (Cost basis $401.92| Current price $379.24)

those are my biggest losers :')

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Up 12% YOY. Current holdings (portfolio weight and avg cost).

C wt. - 18.87% AVG - $48.92

T wt. - 16.72% AVG - $19.70

JXN wt. - 14.01% AVG - $30.46

CMCSA wt. - 13.75% AVG - $36.18

OPBK wt. - 12.17% AVG - $11.55

BTI wt. - 12.09% AVG - $35.18

TROW wt. - 11.66% AVG - $98.88

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You're right about Roku's stock price/valuation being affected by macro issues hitting ad budgets. However, it seem like the reason behind downgrades and the 70% drop in the stock price this year is also driven by the following things:

1)two quarters in a row of very poor guidance, 2) the dramatic slowdown in financial results (to negative y/y and sequential growth in 4Q), 3) the tough growth outlook given uncertainty around how long we'll be in a high rate environment 4) management’s decision to massively ramp expenses (YTD R&D expenses are up +70%, Sales/Marketing are up +85%, and G&A up +35%) in what is a contracting(and more than likely a recession) economy 4) rising competition (CHTR is due to launch their streaming device on CMCSA’s former Flex platform any day + Samsung is starting to license their streaming software to other TV manufacturers), 6) Roku moving into the smart home space which as proven by Amazon's $10B loss in Alexa and Google's discontinuation of the Google Home mini as a very difficult space to enter and succeed in

However, the good thing from all this is that its possible that a lot of the downside is already priced in. So if you have good conviction on the business(and management's ability to turn the business around or if Roku can just make it through the recession without losing any more customers or burning through anymore excessive cash) then it makes sense to hold the stock or to average down if you bought at the top. In any case, diversification should be a priority in any portfolio(if you want to eliminate as much risk as possible) so if an excessive amount of your portfolio is in Roku I would strongly consider diversification.

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Another cause of the low P/E is if the company is out of favor in the stock market.

T or AT&T was often thought of as having to lose market share in the competition with VZ, TMUS, CMCSA, CHTR, GOOGL and TSLA in the next generation of internet access such as 5G, cable and fiber. Investors seem to have forgotten about T and VZ.

But the bigger reason that T and VZ's P/E is low is that it seems to be overlooked, out of favor by the market. It seems nearly everyone here is paying more attention to the high flyers and other big IT companies, and forgetting that some of the basic companies are still making a lot of money and paying good dividends and will likely continue to do so in the long term. It's like the 1949 gold rush, when a few companies got lucky by becoming rich, but many of the bakers and wagon manufacturers made a lot more money than the typical prospector seeking gold. 5G may become a thing and VZ and T's P/E may double along with the price of the stock.

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

This is my m1 portfolio at the moment:

ETFs:

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

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

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

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Thanks for the comment. The issue I'm facing is I'm unsure exactly how to balance my portfolio.

Like you mentioned, some of the stocks and sectors I hold will surely continue to do well in a extended bear market. But I also have the stocks and sectors that are down -30-40% (I didn't buy them at their height) that will explode upwards when the market sentiment becomes more bullish (though this may be a while).

So if I were to hold only stocks and sectors that are defensive, then I'd be ignoring the deep value in stocks like MED, WSM, HPQ. But in turn, if I were to focus only on these deep value stocks, then I will likely suffer during an extended bear market.

COKE, AGRO, NRG, AMN, CMCSA, ALL; these are my defensive plays. While MED, WSM, HPQ, BPOP, PBR are my offensive plays.

So I'm about 53.25% defense. Though MED and WSM have both sometimes done well during bear markets.

It's difficult figuring out how to balance the deep value offensive plays with the moderately valued defensive plays. If I go all defensive, then I'd be missing the stocks that I think are great businesses and that are down -30-40% --but these stocks will likely continue to do poorly in a recession --but then again, they may be near their bottom.

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NRG, AMN, BPOP, CMCSA(maybe), ALL looks fine. They held up well in this market and try adding to them more.

You have most of your portfolio in stocks which are under downtrending 200 day SMA and when the overall market turns, these have the most resistance to move upwards. I would suggest you to be more active in identifying the secular trends in sectors and concentrate more on the stocks which are making all time highs in this environment. It will be difficult to move away from the model of allocating portfolio among multiple sectors balances the portfolio, but it will dilutes your attention and if the market is bad, all the stocks go down.

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Tickers of Interest - TL;DR

Gamma Max Cross

  • BTU 12/16 28P for $2.05 or less
  • WYNN 12/16 77.5P for $4.10 or less
  • UMC 12/16 7.5P for $0.30 or less
  • SHEL 12/16 55P for $1.25 or less
  • XME 12/16 52P for $2.20 or less

Delta Neutral Cross

  • EEM 12/16 38P for $0.85 or less
  • UBER 12/16 30P for $1.25 or less
  • CMCSA 12/16 32.5P for $0.65 or less
  • UNH 12/16 510C for $10.75 or less
  • SYF 12/16 35P for $1.05 or less

Trading Thesis - Why These Crayons Taste Better

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

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

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

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

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

Notes - Something to give you a new wrinkle

  • If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Something changed between the time these plays were generated and market open.
  • Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.
  • I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.
  • The trades were calculated before market open, and so are based on information up to yesterday. Keep that in mind when deciding to enter well after the fact.

FAQ - Because others have already asked.

  • These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?
    • No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.
  • Are you entering all these plays?
    • No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.
  • You mentioned a new play on the same ticker in the past. What does that mean?
    • The new play should replace the old play. The old play is likely now invalid and if you haven't entered in, don't chase the price. Remember that a new day's worth of data has been produced and the newer play reflects that data, the older play does not.
  • Where are the crayons? I only see words.
    • Click the links above.
  • Have you back-tested this?
    • Yes. Results show a moderate Sharpe Ratio (1.7), with an expected win rate of 63% of trades (7% margin of error)
  • What is the historical performance?
    • The realized Sharpe Ratio is 1.85 with a 67% win rate. Based on the trade performance so far, there is a 95% chance the expected win rate will be between 49% and 72%. (Stats as of 2022-10-28)
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CRSP, F, CMCSA, INTC, HBI, NEM. Looking to add financial positions soon along with other sectors. newish taxable portfolio I started outside retirement.

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They will face significant headwinds in the event of a recession (hotels, theme parks, cruise line), pay no dividend, carry ~$75B of goodwill on their balance sheet, and are much more highly and richly valued than any other company in the sectors where they operate with the exception of NFLX so any underperformance is more likely to be heavily punished.

The streaming growth story in India WILL be under attack next year too when they lose IPL streaming rights.

For media I'd recommend WBD or PARA if you think they can fix their cashflows, AMCX or LGF if you think M&A continues, or FOXA if you think the rumors of linear TV's demise have been greatly exaggerated. NFLX too maybe if you think their reality distortion field will remain in effect indefinitely.

DIS, CMCSA, and AMZN are too big and complicated with too many risks in the medium term to recommend as media plays IMO.

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Buying because I'm not retiring soon. Risk reward. LUMN, SSSS, ZBH, MSFT, CMCSA, EFX, WU, INTC, NOK, OMF, HBI, CRM, ZIMV and etf: MGK, - buy them now low - they're all headed to the MOON SOON!

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That's the case for a lot of stocks this year. Especially ones with growth, transition or any other uncertainties attached.

The good companies will come back up. The bad ones won't.

Speaking of come back up, I'm starting to wonder if WBD will survive 2023. What will the fallout be if it enters bankrupcy? Especially on DIS, NFLX, PARA, CMCSA, ROKU etcetera?

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>The stock market crash today wiped out over $860 billion in market value. The technology, communication services, consumer cyclical, and semiconductor sectors were among the hardest hit. Stocks like Oracle (ORCL), Intel (INTC), Comcast (CMCSA), and Charter Communications (CHTR) were down 3% or more. Tesla (TSLA) was also down 5%, while Amazon (AMZN) and Microsoft

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>Comcast, Charter Announce 'Xumo' as Brand Name for Streaming Platform Joint Venture $CHTR $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-11-02 ^10:01:29 ^EDT-0400

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BA MO PM CVX LMT DUK D CMCSA VZ LVMUY RACEimgimg

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Rate my portfolio!

Investment account: approx %s COF 10.5% MSFT 10% CVS 10% FDX 10% BLK 7% C 5% HII 5% QTUM 4% SMH 3.5% TSM 3.5% TGT 3% UL 3% CMCSA 3% LAND 3% META 2.5% JD 2.5% CRM 1.5% ATVI, BCH, JBLU, SIEGY, GOOG, PSI, NERD, and some others all <1.5%

Roth IRA: VUG: 90% AAWW, JEF 5% each

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No love for Comcast CMCSA?

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If people go from using real screens to virtual screens, I'm guessing that TMUS 5G will become a big thing. Currently the CHTR and CMCSA cable and GOOGL fiber and TMUS, T and VZ 5G are competing. I think TMUS may win big on this one if people don't want to be tied down by a chord.

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Are those the same SPOT and SIRI that have negligible to negative earnings, small FCFs, and/or deeply negative book value? Pointing to overvalued firms to disprove the idea of another not being overvalued doesn't work.

NFLX has a P/S ratio of 3.51 (AMZN 2.3, DIS 2.2, WBD 1.5, FOXA 1.1, CMCSA 1.1, PARA 0.4). You can repeat the same thing with P/E, P/B, P/FCF, EV/Assets, or EV/Sales. Notably for the earnings portion Netflix has frequently been accused of inflating their results via creative amortization and content liability recognition methods which would appear to be correct given the gaping chasm between reported EPS and FCF.

Media companies do not as a rule have rich valuations, particularly when they're not growing, which Netflix really isn't these days. They also have fewer levers to pull than competitors in terms of price increases or international expansion. So no, I don't think they do deserve a richer valuation than their competition.

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

VZ

SPG

UNH

SYY

PEP

PKG

ROK

O

MCD

LMT

FANG

CMCSA

LNT

ABBV

XOM

MSFT

BLK

APO

AWK

ARCH

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CMCSA

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It depends… some stocks the most succesfull hedge fonds bought. Tbh i do not know most of them. But if they added lets say 5% in last quarter i could risk 0.5% of my portofilio too. Especially if quantscore is good.

BC OC CCK WSCC SABR REZI BKNG LNG

and then those stocks all hedge fonds bought most and are even deeper now:

V JPM BAC CRM META BABA PANW GOOGL ADBE WBD MSFT CMCSA (look how deep it has fallen since. It is a nobrainer at these levels)

I honestly feel very good with those stocks. Even better than with spy ETF which i traded in for those individual stocks that are beaten down way more than SPY. If JPM or Comcast would dive to covid low. So be it. We already there lol……

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WWE got a boost after Vince McMahon stepped down as CEO in hopes that WWE would now be on a path towards being acquired by CMCSA or DIS. Triple H is now in charge of the day to day operations and creative for the on screen product.

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Closed 3 of my bear call spreads at about 9:30, AMD, NVDA and CMCSA. Hit about 85% of max profit, figured that was good. Didn't want to risk another rug pull like yesterday.

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cmcsa $30 puts?? 10/7??

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I see you see the problem too then, they all are owned by the same banks and hedge funds.

So, what makes you want to follow their mouthpieces? They'll fire the dissenting voices, they have the board seats.

The $NYT is 99.5% institutionally owned you'll see everyone's name in that pool

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Sinclair broadcast group is 82.5% institutionally owned. everyone has their financial hands in this garbage

Newscorp (WSJ, Barron's, MarketWatch) is just as bad (98.15% institutional owned)

Nexstar media group is also institutionally owned. (97.13%)

Fox corporation are also owned by hedges (102.4٪ institutional)

MSNBC, CNBC, NBC are owned by Comcast which you guessed it, is institutionally owned (84.19%)

Banks own big chunks of them with these hedges.

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Then a couple other hedge funds buy up the rest as they can from September

This one is from May

> The purchase represents the culmination of Alden's years-long drive to take over the company and its storied titles – including the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, New York Daily News and major metro papers from Hartford, Conn., to Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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All with the interest of serving their current Holdings, a distressed debt scheme they're invested in to make the company to go under, or simply to keep them from reporting their crimes as the SEC has admitted its hard to find crime unless others tell them and it's not sexy basically

All you gotta do is over report some things, ignore some things and leak a few internal docs to crash a failing company and they are rolling in cash.

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CMCSA and CHRTR are MVNOs using Verizon's network. The only threat they pose is selling enough lines that VZ is in a position where they are making less until the next negotiation in which they will raise what they are wholesaling the data to the MVNOs for.

Comcast is the nations largest ISP and also owns NBCUniversal, they've been diversified away from linear video as primary revenue for years. Charter is similar on a smaller scale and without the entertainment arm.

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Don’t CMCSA simply resell Verizon network? So because Comcast is. Using in bulk, margins may decline slightly, but Verizon will still be getting a portion of the action.

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There is plenty of competition against VZN... besides the obvious two T (which isn't a threat) and TMUS (which is kicking their butt), they are also facing CMCSA & CHTR who need to figure out how to pivot their business model away from cable...

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MSFT, DAL, AXP, SQ, CRM, AAPL, CMCSA

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Mid term dated and slight otm CMCSA calls will print. Just bounced off a critical multi-year support level today when major indices are red. The TA on this play seems suspiciously easy.

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>*Comcast Increases Share Repurchase Authorization To A Total Of $20.0 Billion, With $9.0 Billion Repurchased To Date In 2022 $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-09-14 ^08:01:52 ^EDT-0400

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>*Universal Beijing Resort Laid Off Staff After Eight-Week Closure in May and June, Sources Say -- WSJ &gt;*Universal Beijing's Workforce Has Shrunk by as Much as 25% Since Opening to Around 9,000, Sources Say -- WSJ $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-09-12 ^07:00:37 ^EDT-0400

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“Comcast has three classes of stock currently -- Class A shares which hold one vote each (traded on the NASDAQ Exchange under the symbol CMCSA) , Class A Special Common Shares (traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol CMCSK) which have no vote and Class B super voting shares that hold 15 votes each and are not public”

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Ok what about CMCSA?

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CMCSA also hits this as well for me.

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>*Monumental Sports &amp; Entertainment to Buy 100% of Equity Interests in NBC Sports Washington &gt;*Monumental Sports Acquiring NBCUniversal's 67% Stake in the Network $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-08-23 ^11:01:53 ^EDT-0400

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>CNBC CHAIRMAN MARK HOFFMAN STEPPING DOWN - CNBC $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-08-16 ^10:03:30 ^EDT-0400

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CMCSA

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>GOOGLE FIBER PLANS INCLUDE IDAHO, NEBRASKA, NEVADA AND PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED ARIZONA, COLORADO CITIES &gt;ALPHABET INC'S GOOGLE FIBER PLANS TO EXPAND INTERNET SERVICE TO FIVE U.S. STATES -CEO INTERVIEW $GOOGL $CMCSA $T

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-08-10 ^08:00:32 ^EDT-0400

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Sold my CMCSA to buy some BBBY. Really no way I can lose.

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Bought AXP, TM, and CMCSA. Let’s see what happens.

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>My Portfolio will consist of; AAPL AMD AMZN AXP BAC BLK BX CMCSA DIS ENB GOOGL HSY JPM KMB MSFT O PEP TGT VOO VZ

Why? Did you throw darts to choose those stocks or just pick what everyone else thinks is hot?

https://www.reddit.com/r/personalfinance/wiki/commontopics

https://www.reddit.com/r/personalfinance/wiki/index#wiki_investing

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I hardly have a model portfolio. I have mostly been a buy-and-hold guy for thirty years and now have a stupid amount of diversified holdings across several accounts. Mostly I let my winners run as I seldom have been able to justify the tax hit on a sale. My lucky heirs can straighten the mess out with a step-up basis sale and consolidation, assuming Sanders and Warren don't take over.

Anyway, below are my top legacy holdings with percentages of the stock portfolio. Today, I would increase my SCHD percentage, but at the time of purchase, I knew less and figured it was safe to diversify with multiple dividend ETFs. More than a bit of dumb luck was involved, ONEY is up 87% and pays 2.68% and I am up 500% with Nike (1.07%) and 960% with TXN (2.57%).

A chunk of investment assets is also in a Muni-Bond ladder.

I now focus on quality companies that appear to be good values and pay decent dividends. My recent buys have been INTEL, CISCO, VOD, NEM, LYB, and MPW, all of which pay nice dividends and IMO have a lot of room to run. Also, SARK for a short-term play. Earnings come out tomorrow for MPW; fingers are crossed.

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Ticker Name Weight (%) (%)

ONEY SPDR® Russell 1000® Yield Focus ETF 3.61

VFIAX Vanguard 500 Index Admiral 3.54

NKE Nike Inc Class B 3.36

VXF Vanguard Extended Market ETF 3.23

TXN Texas Instruments Inc 3.02

SCHD Schwab US Dividend Equity ETFâ„¢ 2.95

VYM Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF 2.76

VNQ Vanguard Real Estate ETF 2.64

HDV iShares Core High Dividend ETF 2.56

ARTIX Artisan International Investor 1.38

VBR Vanguard Small-Cap Value ETF 1.32

OAKIX Oakmark International Investor 1.28

HDV iShares Core High Dividend ETF 1.25

UNH UnitedHealth Group Inc 1.18

MSFT Microsoft Corp 1.14

CMCSA Comcast Corp Class A 1.05

LIN Linde PLC 1.04

VWIUX Vanguard Interm-Term Tx-Ex Adm 1

ACN Accenture PLC Class A 0.97

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HKD is literally worth more than CMCSA and DIS combined. Crazy stuff

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Should a held those stupid CMCSA puts coulda been a 10 bagger fuck

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CMCSA losing broadband subs is a stunning turnaround. Kind of crazy how much competition there is now.

All the cell operators now offering 5G fixed and Starlink. Even the fiber buildout from AT&T has hit a lot of Comcast locations.

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The future for $cmcsa is grim!

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Tickers of Interest

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I'm gonna sell my CMCSA. They are right back to their value from 5 years ago. Going to get some Corn instead.

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DIE CMCSA DIEEEEEE

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20% gain so far on 42.5 CMCSA puts for 7/29

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I'm following big whale trades again and there's a lot of activity on MJ (weed stocks on the stuff for tomorrow) and CMCSA for earnings

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Big uppies on my CMCSA puts imgimgimg

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Knee jerk thoughts from perusing the earnings calendar, and cross-referencing with economic indicators I'm aware of, I think these companies will beat earnings:

SQSP (square space) MCD GOOGL All the hotels TZOO HOG All the energy companies

Companies I feel will falter: SHOP SPOT CMCSA PG OSTK

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AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING

2022-07-25

$GOOGL: 4.9% | 3.87% | 7.04%

$YNDX: 6.51% | 0.0% | 58.71%

$NXPI: 5.28% | 4.09% | 6.74%

2022-07-26

$GE: 6.46% | 9.44% | 7.07%

$MSFT: 4.59% | 7.77% | 4.97%

$GLW: 6.08% | 2.26% | 5.82%

$MCD: 3.45% | 2.96% | 3.21%

$RTX: 3.03% | 3.46% | 3.69%

$CMG: 8.53% | 6.02% | 12.1%

$KO: 2.84% | 2.45% | 2.97%

$GM: 4.66% | 4.3% | 6.0%

$TER: 8.21% | 7.28% | 11.25%

$UPS: 6.34% | 5.0% | 7.85%

$V: 3.96% | 10.29% | 5.45%

2022-07-27

$ADP: 4.69% | 2.45% | 4.54%

$AEP: 2.27% | 3.83% | 5.09%

$BA: 5.33% | 12.5% | 6.28%

$LRCX: 5.46% | 2.33% | 6.44%

$SHW: 5.2% | 14.64% | 7.26%

$CME: 3.89% | 7.18% | 3.75%

$CTSH: 6.11% | 14.12% | 7.96%

$HLT: 4.15% | 3.43% | 8.94%

$WM: 3.26% | 5.8% | 3.2%

$SHOP: 9.11% | 16.42% | 13.39%

$SPOT: 8.24% | 1.06% | 11.35%

2022-07-28

$AMT: 3.25% | 2.52% | 6.16%

$AMZN: 5.84% | 16.66% | 7.21%

$AAPL: 4.46% | 4.42% | 4.91%

$MO: 3.92% | 2.78% | 3.27%

$RCL: 7.74% | 4.39% | 8.83%

$MRK: 3.63% | 4.98% | 3.55%

$CMCSA: 3.94% | 7.53% | 4.86%

$KDP: 4.26% | 2.51% | 5.9%

$XEL: 1.84% | 0.59% | 5.2%

$PFE: 3.64% | 4.26% | 4.37%

$ROKU: 16.96% | 9.75% | 15.59%

$MA: 4.48% | 5.29% | 5.07%

2022-07-29

$CVX: 4.19% | 4.12% | 6.52%

$XOM: 3.35% | 3.9% | 6.19%

$LYB: 4.36% | 1.5% | 8.01%

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AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING

2022-07-25

$GOOGL: 4.9% | 3.87% | 7.04%

$YNDX: 6.51% | 0.0% | 58.71%

$NXPI: 5.28% | 4.09% | 6.74%

2022-07-26

$GE: 6.46% | 9.44% | 7.07%

$MSFT: 4.59% | 7.77% | 4.97%

$GLW: 6.08% | 2.26% | 5.82%

$MCD: 3.45% | 2.96% | 3.21%

$RTX: 3.03% | 3.46% | 3.69%

$CMG: 8.53% | 6.02% | 12.1%

$KO: 2.84% | 2.45% | 2.97%

$GM: 4.66% | 4.3% | 6.0%

$TER: 8.21% | 7.28% | 11.25%

$UPS: 6.34% | 5.0% | 7.85%

$V: 3.96% | 10.29% | 5.45%

2022-07-27

$ADP: 4.69% | 2.45% | 4.54%

$AEP: 2.27% | 3.83% | 5.09%

$BA: 5.33% | 12.5% | 6.28%

$LRCX: 5.46% | 2.33% | 6.44%

$SHW: 5.2% | 14.64% | 7.26%

$CME: 3.89% | 7.18% | 3.75%

$CTSH: 6.11% | 14.12% | 7.96%

$HLT: 4.15% | 3.43% | 8.94%

$WM: 3.26% | 5.8% | 3.2%

$SHOP: 9.11% | 16.42% | 13.39%

$SPOT: 8.24% | 1.06% | 11.35%

2022-07-28

$AMT: 3.25% | 2.52% | 6.16%

$AMZN: 5.84% | 16.66% | 7.21%

$AAPL: 4.46% | 4.42% | 4.91%

$MO: 3.92% | 2.78% | 3.27%

$RCL: 7.74% | 4.39% | 8.83%

$MRK: 3.63% | 4.98% | 3.55%

$CMCSA: 3.94% | 7.53% | 4.86%

$KDP: 4.26% | 2.51% | 5.9%

$XEL: 1.84% | 0.59% | 5.2%

$PFE: 3.64% | 4.26% | 4.37%

$ROKU: 16.96% | 9.75% | 15.59%

$MA: 4.48% | 5.29% | 5.07%

2022-07-29

$CVX: 4.19% | 4.12% | 6.52%

$XOM: 3.35% | 3.9% | 6.19%

$LYB: 4.36% | 1.5% | 8.01%

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Probably gonna pump DIS, PARA, WBD, and CMCSA at the very least.

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Large-cap/blue chip value is down, but not down hard.

E.g. FBCVX. -0.22% over 52 weeks, but SPY is like -10%. It's XOM, BRK, CI, CMCSA, CNC, VZ, UNH, etc.

"Safest" would probably be a utilities fund like FKUQX. It's actually +5% over 52 weeks.

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Portfolio please rate: Roth : 81 % VTI 16 % AMD 3% PLBY (covered calls against it)

Brokerage Acct: CMCSA 20% SPY 50% JPM 15% INTC 15% (Roughly I got tired of looking up percentages) Keep in mind I’m young and looking for dividends in brokerage and growth in Roth

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There are some versions of the Wheel - I’ve learned a lot from u/ScottishTrader and u/Cosmolline.

I haven’t been doing it long term, but have paper traded it for a while leading up to the beginning of this year. Started with real money in 2022 - been an interesting ride.

I tend to avoid assignment on CSPs for as long as possible, either by getting out of troubled positions at break even or rolling until I cannot collect a credit any longer. I haven’t had any assignments yet this year, and I attribute this to staggering entry dates, not going in full position on one trade, and looking for companies with high IV on downswings outside of an earnings window. I’ve made probably about 250 trades this year - only a couple I’m in a rolling pattern. The others I’ve had the luck of choppy markets helping me close on upswings. I look at annualized return on capital at risk. Excluding the couple I’m still rolling, I’m probably averaging 15% annualized return on capital, with the best returns being able to close at 50% in a few days after entering the trade. I tend to enter at a level that pegs 1% annualized per month - which usually equates to the .1-.15 delta 30-45 days out.

I can’t say I’ve been tested in a serious way, but it’s a testament to the mentality I’ve learned from others and choosing high quality underlying. CSPs and CCs are positive delta, so high quality underlying with the chance to eventually turn higher are essential for this type of strategy if you’d like to diversify and produce reliable income. I’m using this time for training, since I already have a large B&H portfolio. Anything I do get assigned, I’ve already factored into something I’d like to own in that portfolio anyway, so my mistakes are homework for the “test” someday where I want to use it for a diversified income stream on my way to FIRE.

The underlying will not stay constant, so be vigilant about the homework needed to identify the underlying - possibly the most important step. Some symbols I’ve traded more than once are: AMZN CSCO AAPL PYPL LOW FDX NVDA QCOM T MSFT CMCSA

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>*Netflix Has Interviewed Comcast Advertising Growth Chief Pooja Midha for New Senior Role Overseeing Ads, Sources Say -- WSJ &gt;*Netflix Weighing Issues Such as Number of Ad-Supported Tiers to Offer and Formats for Ads, Sources Say -- WSJ $CMCSA twitter.com/DeItaone/statu…

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-07-11 ^13:00:46 ^EDT-0400

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XOM for sure, EV mandates going away under next administration. Also VBIV and NVAX, solid pharma plays. Also T, VOD, CMCSA, VZ and DUK all pretty effective for DRIP plans. Good luck!😃

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>NBCUNIVERSAL SAYS UPFRONT AD SALES ARE ITS HIGHEST-GROSSING SINCE COMCAST ACQUISITION &gt;NBCUNIVERSAL SECURES MORE THAN $7 BILLION IN ADVERTISING COMMITMENTS DURING UPFRONTS - SOURCE $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-06-30 ^13:01:11 ^EDT-0400

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CMCSA > T and VZ

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do you have a sheet with EarningsTtm for all 500+ S&P500 tickers? i am not sure where to find the mistake

|Ticker|SharesOutstanding|EarningsTtm| :--|:--|:--| |AAPL|16185000000|100347000000| |BRK.B|2206000000|81997020000| |GOOGL|658544000|73875465920| |GOOG|658544000|73875465920| |MSFT|7479000000|72172350000| |JPM|2937000000|39649500000| |META|2707000000|36246730000| |BAC|8057000000|28521780000| |XOM|4213000000|25404390000| |PFE|5611000000|24968950000| |INTC|4089000000|24779340000| |VZ|4200000000|21588000000| |AMZN|10174000000|21467140000| |CVX|1965000000|20966550000| |JNJ|2631000000|19837740000| |WFC|3790000000|18381500000| |GS|343447000|17965712570| |UNH|938172000|17374945440| |T|7159000000|17110010000| |C|1942000000|16584680000| |HD|1028000000|16262960000| |MRNA|397760000|14430732800| |PG|2399000000|14202080000| |MRK|2529000000|14187690000| |CMCSA|4480000000|14112000000| |MS|1749000000|13974510000| |V|2083000000|13289540000| |WMT|2741000000|12800470000| |COP|1293000000|12619680000| |ABBV|1767000000|12386670000| |CSCO|4141000000|11843260000| |F|4020000000|11617800000| |QCOM|1120000000|11099200000| |UPS|873766000|10764797120| |KO|4335000000|10360650000| |PEP|1383000000|10165050000| |COF|393051000|10038522540| |NVDA|2500000000|9450000000| |MA|972645000|9386024250| |AIG|792192000|9308256000| |MU|1117000000|8991850000| |PM|1550000000|8959000000| |GM|1458000000|8879220000| |TSLA|1036000000|8588440000| |AVGO|403818000|8484216180| |REGN|109846000|8237351540| |TXN|922134000|8170107240| |CB|423711000|8016612120| |CVS|1311000000|7957770000| |LOW|639129000|7867677990| |ABT|1751000000|7616850000| |TMO|391462000|7570875080| |AXP|753060000|7530600000| |NUE|266062000|7455057240| |MCD|739605000|7055831700| |ACN|664188000|6954048360| |USB|1486000000|6895040000| |DOW|728102000|6734943500| |ORCL|2668000000|6643320000| |UNP|628025000|6631944000| |AMAT|869947000|6576799320| |OXY|937191000|6504105540| |LLY|950160000|6423081600| |CAT|533374000|6405821740| |DHR|727077000|6398277600| |HCA|295484000|6382454400| |MET|813206000|6334874740| |WBA|863773000|6279629710| |BLK|151503000|6117691140| |BMY|2129000000|6046360000| |LMT|266107000|6045951040| |NKE|1574000000|6028420000| |TFC|1331000000|6016120000| |DE|305636000|5898774800| |HPQ|1034000000|5831760000| |LYB|327622000|5762870980| |TGT|463696000|5643180320| |NOC|155445000|5641099050| |COST|442963000|5638918990| |IBM|899435000|5531525250| |MMM|569059000|5519872300| |AMGN|534200000|5454182000| |WBD|2427000000|5412210000| |HON|680733000|5180378130| |CI|317273000|5165204440| |SCHW|1817000000|5051260000| |FCX|1449000000|5042520000| |NFLX|444274000|5015853460| |MDT|1329000000|4983750000| |DHI|352030000|4970663600| |PNC|413581000|4888527420| |ADBE|472500000|4866750000| |SPGI|347100000|4828161000| |CHTR|167858000|4765488620| |DFS|280965000|4742689200| |FDX|259178000|4704080700| |PRU|375000000|4657500000| |GILD|1254000000|4514400000| |LRCX|138715000|4463848700| |EOG|585713000|4416276020| |AMD|1621000000|4392910000| |LEN|295490000|4340748100| |SBUX|1147000000|4312720000| |PXD|241959000|4176212340| |RTX|1487000000|4163600000| |MDLZ|1384000000|4152000000| |TSN|354548000|4045392680| |ICE|558266000|4041845840| |PARA|649101000|4024426200| |LIN|503453000|3947071520| |AFL|644165000|3942289800| |NRG|237284000|3898576120| |TRV|239961000|3832177170| |CSX|2174000000|3826240000| |SYF|501489000|3726063270| |PLD|748939000|3722226830| |HPE|1299000000|3676170000| |DUK|769899000|3672418230| |PYPL|1158000000|3531900000| |DVN|660000000|3511200000| |ALL|274983000|3426288180| |ELV|357347000|3319753630| |EL|357347000|3319753630| |EMBC|357347000|3319753630| |BK|807798000|3279659880| |GD|277705000|3268587850| |TJX|1172000000|3234720000| |MMC|501914000|3212249600| |WTW|111488000|3196360960| |KLAC|149235000|3098118600| |ADM|562708000|3066758600| |EMR|621998000|2998030360| |HUM|126493000|2997884100| |D|830650000|2990340000| |MO|1811000000|2988150000| |NSC|238333000|2962479190| |AMP|109904000|2930040640| |ADP|417747000|2844857070| |TROW|227297000|2836666560| |TMUS|1254000000|2821500000| |PSX|481086000|2766244500| |CME|359421000|2760353280| |STT|367115000|2753362500| |FANG|177493000|2706768250| |AEP|513544000|2685835120| |WY|744498000|2680192800| |ITW|311443000|2662837650| |DIS|1821000000|2658660000| |AMT|456347000|2646812600| |CARR|848242000|2621067780| |EXC|980210000|2597556500| |MOS|361993000|2584630020| |VLO|408096000|2534276160| |INTU|282812000|2528339280| |MPC|540995000|2504806850| |ATVI|781882000|2486384760| |TEL|322174000|2458187620| |VRTX|255756000|2447584920| |HIG|328865000|2427023700| |FITB|686087000|2415026240| |KDP|1419000000|2412300000| |APA|338232000|2381153280| |MTB|179431000|2354134720| |CFG|495446000|2348414040| |KEY|932471000|2331177500| |SO|1063000000|2296080000| |GIS|602212000|2276361360| |RF|934500000|2270835000| |AZO|19488000|2262556800| |DG|226997000|2226840570| |DISH|529995000|2220679050| |ETN|399000000|2218440000| |CTSH|521174000|2178507320| |APD|221773000|2175593130| |PGR|584900000|2164130000| |SPG|328647000|2149351380| |LUMN|1033000000|2148640000| |NXPI|262565000|2145156050| |KR|727753000|2139593820| |SLB|1413000000|2105370000| |ORLY|65725000|2070337500| |ZTS|470629000|2061355020| |BBY|225168000|2051280480| |LH|93176000|2047076720| |CINF|160440000|2045610000| |CE|108309000|2039458470| |MRO|707691000|2038150080| |CL|837942000|2027819640| |SYK|378154000|2019342360| |PCAR|347683000|1981793100| |MCO|184500000|1961235000| |HSY|205605000|1951191450| |PHM|237627000|1943788860| |CBRE|326861000|1918674070| |CMI|141098000|1911877900| |WM|415207000|1893343920| |BEN|499924000|1864716520| |ADI|519806000|1850509360| |WDC|313168000|1841427840| |BDX|285065000|1821565350| |PSA|175529000|1816725150| |SHW|260131000|1815714380| |LHX|192875000|1809167500| |DGX|117365000|1793337200| |STX|214844000|1783205200| |SIVB|58851000|1760233410| |KMB|336925000|1752010000| |ABC|209464000|1736456560| |CTRA|805805000|1724422700| |IP|370629000|1701187110| |CTVA|723700000|1700695000| |PH|128478000|1688200920| |APH|597139000|1683931980| |FISV|646394000|1674160460| |ISRG|358957000|1651202200| |CF|208602000|1629181620| |XEL|544653000|1628512470| |CNP|629449000|1598800460| |YUM|285164000|1596918400| |VICI|963002000|1588953300| |L|246108000|1587396600| |ROST|349926000|1581665520| |RJF|216659000|1579444110| |HAL|901976000|1560418480| |EW|621752000|1535727440| |ED|354295000|1534097350| |URI|71612000|1531780680| |K|337873000|1530564690| |HOLX|249381000|1526211720| |DD|508527000|1525581000| |WHR|56202000|1524760260| |NTRS|208380000|1508671200| |OKE|446616000|1505095920| |CNC|584887000|1503159590| |PFG|252684000|1493362440| |MAR|327298000|1485932920| |DLTR|224556000|1482069600| |WMB|1218000000|1473780000| |EXPD|167754000|1466169960| |ON|434506000|1459940160| |CCI|433032000|1459317840| |NEE|1965000000|1454100000| |FRC|179603000|1436824000| |BIIB|146452000|1433765080| |TT|233860000|1424207400| |VFC|388323000|1378546650| |DLR|284672000|1377812480| |PAYX|361017000|1361034090| |WEC|315435000|1356370500| |MNST|529671000|1355957760| |AON|212384000|1350762240| |EQR|376042000|1349990780| |CMS|290129000|1349099850| |SWKS|160926000|1337295060| |RSG|315891000|1336218930| |NVR|3290000|1330081200| |MGM|426052000|1325021720| |WRB|265193000|1323313070| |RE|39438000|1320778620| |SWK|150965000|1305847250| |IVZ|455025000|1301371500| |OGN|253637000|1301157810| |ES|344878000|1300190060| |AWK|181753000|1286811240| |MCHP|554501000|1286442320| |MSI|167297000|1256400470| |A|298708000|1251586520| |OMC|205733000|1248799310| |OTIS|422794000|1238786420| |FE|570932000|1233213120| |KHC|1224000000|1224000000| |JCI|695669000|1210464060| |LNC|171947000|1191592710| |CTAS|102325000|1184923500| |NDAQ|164678000|1164273460| |GWW|51102000|1158482340| |AVB|139818000|1124136720| |DOV|144163000|1118704880| |ODFL|113354000|1117670440| |ROP|105913000|1115263890| |FOXA|556749000|1113498000| |FOX|556749000|1113498000| |BALL|319789000|1112865720| |ECL|285655000|1105484850| |CPRT|237673000|1083788880| |SBNY|62928000|1083620160| |GLW|844612000|1081103360| |GRMN|193125000|1077637500| |PPG|236194000|1072320760| |TAP|216890000|1071436600| |ETR|203374000|1069747240| |IQV|189279000|1069426350| |HBAN|1439000000|1064860000| |BAX|503529000|1062446190| |MCK|145365000|1061164500|

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Category 2 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |PNR|Pentair plc|Industrials|47.03|7778742986|14.4|07/26/2022| |META|Meta Platforms, Inc.|Communication Services|170.16|460507931590|12.88|07/27/2022| |TMO|Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.|Healthcare|544.81|213272411264|28.37|07/27/2022| |MCD|McDonald's Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|247.9|183333696786|26.19|07/27/2022| |BMY|Bristol-Myers Squibb Company|Healthcare|78.96|168110891490|28.04|07/27/2022| |QCOM|QUALCOMM Incorporated|Technology|125.1|140111998291|12.81|07/27/2022| |NOW|ServiceNow, Inc.|Technology|504.09|101049779847|458.76|07/27/2022| |ADP|Automatic Data Processing, Inc.|Industrials|218.79|91398885204|32.31|07/27/2022| |PYPL|PayPal Holdings, Inc.|Financial|77.68|89956469873|25.68|07/27/2022| |BA|The Boeing Company|Industrials|141.53|83734214051|#N/A|07/27/2022| |CME|CME Group Inc.|Financial|210|75477801000|27.47|07/27/2022| |EQIX|Equinix, Inc.|Real Estate|689.17|62729485458|127.32|07/27/2022| |LRCX|Lam Research Corporation|Technology|450.19|62448106188|14.07|07/27/2022| |GD|General Dynamics Corporation|Industrials|222.33|61742175391|19.04|07/27/2022| |SHW|The Sherwin-Williams Company|Basic Materials|231.25|60155340000|33.68|07/27/2022| |HUM|Humana Inc.|Healthcare|456.81|57783449745|19.38|07/27/2022| |NSC|Norfolk Southern Corporation|Industrials|230.43|54918956229|18.61|07/27/2022| |MCO|Moody's Corporation|Financial|277.5|51198722250|26.29|07/27/2022| |F|Ford Motor Company|Consumer Cyclical|12.01|48277378570|4.22|07/27/2022| |ORLY|O'Reilly Automotive, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|639.06|42002493135|20.47|07/27/2022| |APH|Amphenol Corporation|Technology|65.85|39321569313|24.43|07/27/2022| |TEL|TE Connectivity Ltd.|Technology|118.39|38142155985|15.67|07/27/2022| |CTSH|Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation|Technology|70.26|36617672301|16.86|07/27/2022| |AFL|Aflac Incorporated|Financial|55.79|35937938044|9.16|07/27/2022| |HES|Hess Corporation|Energy|101.69|31652284384|43.6|07/27/2022| |ODFL|Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.|Industrials|257.72|29213515702|26.32|07/27/2022| |VICI|VICI Properties Inc.|Real Estate|30.32|29198220346|18.75|07/27/2022| |AVB|AvalonBay Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|195.15|27285520876|24.33|07/27/2022| |DRE|Duke Realty Corporation|Real Estate|57.45|22086951533|21.44|07/27/2022| |HIG|The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.|Financial|65.69|21603116376|9.03|07/27/2022| |ALGN|Align Technology, Inc.|Healthcare|258.75|20390938650|29.15|07/27/2022| |RJF|Raymond James Financial, Inc.|Financial|92.5|20040920500|13.05|07/27/2022| |MAA|Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc.|Real Estate|172.53|19914723687|33.53|07/27/2022| |GPC|Genuine Parts Company|Consumer Cyclical|136.75|19363129925|21.17|07/27/2022| |GRMN|Garmin Ltd.|Technology|100.13|19337605719|22.87|07/27/2022| |CINF|Cincinnati Financial Corporation|Financial|116.5|18681380800|9.24|07/27/2022| |URI|United Rentals, Inc.|Industrials|248.29|17780421337|11.67|07/27/2022| |TDY|Teledyne Technologies Incorporated|Technology|378.02|17707537422|31.16|07/27/2022| |HOLX|Hologic, Inc.|Healthcare|70.93|17688594406|11.68|07/27/2022| |IR|Ingersoll Rand Inc.|Industrials|43.33|17588938977|23.96|07/27/2022| |ROL|Rollins, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|35.11|17290288455|52.28|07/27/2022| |MOH|Molina Healthcare, Inc.|Healthcare|267.13|15680533957|22.72|07/27/2022| |UDR|UDR, Inc.|Real Estate|46.15|14694206635|91.76|07/27/2022| |GNRC|Generac Holdings Inc.|Industrials|224.55|14333010976|29.75|07/27/2022| |TYL|Tyler Technologies, Inc.|Technology|345.33|14322112264|88.88|07/27/2022| |AVY|Avery Dennison Corporation|Industrials|165.35|13511451736|18.94|07/27/2022| |PTC|PTC Inc.|Technology|112.44|13152770481|27.8|07/27/2022| |RE|Everest Re Group, Ltd.|Financial|283.19|11168433156|8.42|07/27/2022| |LW|Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|71.91|10387169916|44.86|07/27/2022| |FBHS|Fortune Brands Home &amp; Security, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|63.24|8272253871|11.27|07/27/2022| |VRSN|VeriSign, Inc.|Technology|169.27|18542631837|23.79|07/28/2022| |PFE|Pfizer Inc.|Healthcare|51.59|289466125496|11.84|07/28/2022| |MRK|Merck &amp; Co., Inc.|Healthcare|93.13|235507602704|16.66|07/28/2022| |ABT|Abbott Laboratories|Healthcare|109.45|191640596556|25.27|07/28/2022| |CMCSA|Comcast Corporation|Communication Services|39.57|177274192182|12.74|07/28/2022| |INTC|Intel Corporation|Technology|38.61|157876253885|6.42|07/28/2022| |HON|Honeywell International Inc.|Industrials|180.02|122545575570|34.79|07/28/2022| |MO|Altria Group, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|43.4|78578176562|26.44|07/28/2022| |NEM|Newmont Corporation|Basic Materials|64.18|50936527840|48.63|07/28/2022| |AEP|American Electric Power Company, Inc.|Utilities|93.6|48067736336|17.96|07/28/2022| |FCX|Freeport-McMoRan Inc.|Basic Materials|30.99|44912629048|8.99|07/28/2022| |VLO|Valero Energy Corporation|Energy|103.93|42413458976|16.73|07/28/2022| |BAX|Baxter International Inc.|Healthcare|66.78|33625639293|32.02|07/28/2022| |BIIB|Biogen Inc.|Healthcare|211.93|31037571287|21.72|07/28/2022| |TWTR|Twitter, Inc.|Communication Services|39.41|30116357329|162.78|07/28/2022| |NUE|Nucor Corporation|Basic Materials|111.06|29548833964|3.96|07/28/2022| |TROW|T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.|Financial|121.5|27616524750|9.83|07/28/2022| |SIVB|SVB Financial Group|Financial|415.52|24453829201|14.1|07/28/2022| |FITB|Fifth Third Bancorp|Financial|35.22|24163995543|10.09|07/28/2022| |LUV|Southwest Airlines Co.|Industrials|37.73|22372248473|40|07/28/2022| |FE|FirstEnergy Corp.|Utilities|37.29|21290065989|16.66|07/28/2022| |DPZ|Domino's Pizza, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|396.54|14293312365|30.31|07/28/2022| |POOL|Pool Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|356.94|14286495042|19.79|07/28/2022| |CE|Celanese Corporation|Basic Materials|127.57|13816953582|6.83|07/28/2022| |KIM|Kimco Realty Corporation|Real Estate|20.14|12446656574|12.77|07/28/2022| |SNA|Snap-on Incorporated|Industrials|201.87|10774661605|13.08|07/28/2022| |AAL|American Airlines Group Inc.|Industrials|13.9|9028255472|#N/A|07/28/2022| |ALLE|Allegion plc|Industrials|99.6|8745368902|19.14|07/28/2022| |RHI|Robert Half International Inc.|Industrials|77.9|8609001818|13.2|07/28/2022| |ALK|Alaska Air Group, Inc.|Industrials|41.92|5285768025|11.45|07/28/2022| |XOM|Exxon Mobil Corporation|Energy|86.9|366127520928|14.4|07/29/2022| |PG|The Procter &amp; Gamble Company|Consumer Defensive|144.35|346338392244|25.23|07/29/2022| |CVX|Chevron Corporation|Energy|144.77|284445986404|13.61|07/29/2022| |ABBV|AbbVie Inc.|Healthcare|152.34|269201530928|21.85|07/29/2022| |LIN|Linde plc|Basic Materials|303.23|152441155658|39.02|07/29/2022| |CAT|Caterpillar Inc.|Industrials|185.49|98935601836|15.56|07/29/2022| |CHTR|Charter Communications, Inc.|Communication Services|463.12|88684051976|16.77|07/29/2022| |CL|Colgate-Palmolive Company|Consumer Defensive|80.38|67353759582|33.3|07/29/2022| |ITW|Illinois Tool Works Inc.|Industrials|187.92|58526349197|22.09|07/29/2022| |AON|Aon plc|Financial|271.74|57713171737|43.16|07/29/2022| |PSX|Phillips 66|Energy|84.2|40508610111|14.65|07/29/2022| |JCI|Johnson Controls International plc|Industrials|48.95|34052988290|28.37|07/29/2022| |IDXX|IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|361.48|30366934423|42.43|07/29/2022| |LYB|LyondellBasell Industries N.V.|Basic Materials|89.24|29236968732|5.07|07/29/2022| |WY|Weyerhaeuser Company|Real Estate|34.33|25558610837|9.55|07/29/2022| |GWW|W.W. Grainger, Inc.|Industrials|460.95|23555315410|20.4|07/29/2022| |CHD|Church &amp; Dwight Co., Inc.|Consumer Defensive|91.61|22240251458|28.1|07/29/2022| |VFC|V.F. Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|48.01|18650904943|15.49|07/29/2022| |CBOE|Cboe Global Markets, Inc.|Financial|114.94|12205317943|24.61|07/29/2022| |NWL|Newell Brands Inc.|Consumer Defensive|20.03|8282405283|#N/A|07/29/2022| |CTRA|Coterra Energy Inc.|Energy|26.35|479941278|32.7|07/29/2022|

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>*Arrangements With Netflix Could Involve Exclusive Agreements and Revenue Sharing, Sources Say -- WSJ &gt;*Netflix Seeking to Sell and Serve Ads Around Its Programming to Boost Revenue -- WSJ $CMCSA $NFLX twitter.com/DeItaone/statu…

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-06-22 ^14:09:23 ^EDT-0400

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>*Comcast's NBCUniversal, Google Among Frontrunners for Partnership With Netflix to Facilitate Ad-Supported Tier, Source Say -- WSJ $CMCSA

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-06-22 ^14:08:28 ^EDT-0400

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There are several techniques to give you insight on the best times to buy and sell, but nothing is straight forward or guaranteed. I can’t teach you it all with out going into much time that I don’t have. I will say only invest in things that you believe in and think will be around long term. For example, I love computer products and my favorite brands is NVIDIA (stock:NVDA) because I’ve never had an issue with the product and love their innovation/direction. Currently, I believe we are on the brink of a recession, so I have 75% of my cash on the table. You have time now to do your research and figure out an entry strategy. I can’t tell you when the stock market will go back up, but I’m expected another year of a down market. I also recommend in investing in stocks with great dividends, so they can pay you as you hold. Some stocks in invested in for the long haul are: AAPL, CMCSA, DIS, GME, IBM, NVDA, SYK, MMM, SAFT, and IRM

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Peacock is Comcast cmcsa

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Everything that’s getting thumped at the moment. 😉

Seriously, I focus mainly on “growth at a reasonable price,” but I also prefer a dividend, even if it’s a small but growing one. A dividend also tends to weed out junk companies. But I don’t chase yield. I try to stick to quality, but, because I’m cheap, I’ll avoid fads and sexy stocks while favoring investment in boring companies or companies that are out of favor. A good example: INTC. I find more value in other old tech companies, like CSCO, QCOM, ORCL, and TXN. Drug and healthcare stocks also: ABBV, AMGN, BMY, JNJ, PFE, MDT. Retail, which people really hate at the moment: BBY, CVS, DKS, HD, LOW, TGT, WMT. More tech: AAPL, KLAC, TER, TMO.

I also own various odds and ends: CMCSA, EMR, MAS, RHI, KO, UNP, VZ, V, WHR, etc.

I recently put my hand in the toilet to buy some of the most hated but I think oversold large-cap companies in the market: META, NFLX, and PYPL. That’s forty percent of FAANG being tossed into the trash. Heroes to zeros in a matter of months.

Basically, I only buy individual stocks for the large-cap, domestic portion of the overall portfolio. Everything else is in low-cost ETFs. Now I’m going to check my accounts and see how much blood I have on my nose today—and then step outside and look at the sky. 😆

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Isn't Comcast(CMCS.A)coming out with a streaming service "Peacock"

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Am I looking at an algo candle or is CMCSA(Comcast) 12% up?!

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on CMCSA

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For 10 year hold you better pray the management teams you’re investing in are good capital allocators. BRK fits that bill. I would drop AAPL (you get it in BRK) and go with CHTR or CMCSA

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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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Nice DD. I’m thinking it’s growth is not accounted for because the industry is saturated. Their competitors include DIS, CMCSA, ROKU, and the all mighty AMC. All that being said, I’m a subscriber to their + so I do value their content. And that dividend is nice. And their chart and valuation does look bullish.

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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.

Also WM. People will still make garbage and pay to have it gone

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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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#ComcastCorp $CMCSA HourlyChart-SMAandFibonacciSupport-Resistance Stock trading above 200 #SMA 20SMA at 37.98, 50SMA at 37.48, 200SMA at 35.72 https://t.co/1KIhtbPaaE
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#ComcastCorp $CMCSA Monthwise Daily High - Low Movement Box Plot Avg day swing for last month is 0.75 Avg day swing for last 5 months is 0.87 https://t.co/81pPber9T7
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Issue with this comment while hating FOX deal is that the FOX deal enabled $DIS to buy Hulu. Trian analysis below values FOX's Hulu stake at the $T 10% fire sale valuation of $14B. DIS has to pay $CMCSA at least $27.5B valuation, likely higher, and control premium is not worth 0 https://t.co/fjPOah3A8x
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“Sitting where I’m sitting, not inside the board room … I think they have to buy Hulu or they have to get out of the streaming business,” Nelson Peltz tells @cnbc. He warns doing so will load Disney with debt, which means they will need to slash corporate overhead. https://t.co/0Ya5ZShN0a
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#ComcastCorp $CMCSA WeeklyChart-SMAandFibonacciSupport-Resistance Stock trading below 200SMA 20SMA at 33.77, 50SMA at 39.31, 200SMA at 45.45 https://t.co/F2oVMFWHzJ
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Comcast $CMCSA is expanding its theme park business with a reportedly 97 acre park in Texas (1/5th the size of Disneyland) and also building a horror experience in Vegas. Parks capex numbers going up.
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JUST ANNOUNCED: Universal Parks & Resorts plans to bring a new concept for families with young children to Frisco, Texas! https://t.co/5rsAyEAcMO
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Breaking WWE News. That sale didn't take long. Looks like the company is going private. We were predicting Comcast $CMCSA, Amazon $AMZN, or other providers..... https://t.co/Z4TUgGe9T5
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NBCUniversal layoffs hit TV ad sales teams as resources shift from linear to streaming. Ad strategy execs among those who got pink slipped today. $CMCSA https://t.co/DFXW80axXS via @businessinsider
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$CMCSA NBCUniversal layoffs hit TV ad sales teams as resources shift from linear to streaming NBCU parent Comcast reportedly is looking for $1 billion in cuts https://t.co/bpD3e9NEUT
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".. 'M3GAN' also became the first release in over a decade .. to open above $30 million in the first week of the new year. .. the largest debut for an original film since Jordan Peele’s 'Nope,' another Universal title .. " @variety $CMCSA https://t.co/dgMwH9L2uv
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Stocks on my potential buy list this week: $TROW <$105 $MO <$45 $CMCSA <$35 $AAPL <$115 $MTD <$75 $ATVI <$74 Do you think any of this targets will be hit this week? What buy ranges do you have set up?
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Any names pop out to you? $CMCSA is one that immediately stands out to me. Our video on it should go live soon. https://t.co/R2aMflmhop
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$CMCSA 10x earnings with a 3% dividend and the chart looks better than most of the market. https://t.co/oo6Mpikc8h
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$cmcsa is a buy for me under $35…why did the analysts have to upgrade it before I got a full position????
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