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8Forward P/E
0.24P/E to S&P500
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Growth stocks are down 70%. Safer stocks like HPQ, COST are down maybe 20%. XOM is not down at all.

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Consider $MU and $HPQ

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Know the feeling. Funny that Buffet has been super cautious all through the bull market, sitting on a bucket of cash, and now suddenly he’s buying things in a falling market that has probably got a long way to drop. Furthermore buying things that I’m not convinced by, HPQ, PARA, loads more AAPL. Don’t get it.

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Hibbett, HPQ, Footlocker, Sleep Country, Toll Brothers just to name a few

There are tens of thousands of stocks. There will always be value opportunities.

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Yea, it's a weird one. It's dirt cheap at forward pe of 8, it's like utilities or coal miner cheap but it is a profitable company so its a bit of a classic Buffet move in that sense. Beyond that, I was thinking that it could be management. Buffet always emphasized how management is super important and in 2019 HPQ got a new CEO; Enrique Lores. And he's a smart guy, been doing some good things, I find him trust worthy and a solid manager so that could be a reason. Also HPQ has a few side gigs going on that could be big some day. HPQ is one of the leaders at 3D printing, they do some good stuff with medical 3D printing too, they are also doing some interesting stuff with biodegradable packaging, and they are pushing into gaming as of late, they acquired Hyperx and their Victus and Omen lines are quite good. When you do your DD you might find that HPQ is quite interesting. I know I make fun of Buffet but I have some HPQ myself just to harvest some dividends.

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I don't know why he bought HPQ. sure it looks good from a cash flow / stock perspective vs other brands, but it's low because HPQ is a dying brand. it's like the white castle of fast food. below dell. way below apple/etc.

companies that have unsexy brand image I will never buy even with good cash flow. too much future risk.

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My nephew told me that the Internet and computers are very popular these days so I bought HPQ ~ Warren Buffett

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Crashes are sales people

On another note Buy long $CVNA, $CARG, $TEAM, $BP plc, $EADSY, $HPQ.

this is not financial advice, I just like the stocks

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I want a better price like 85. Until then I will keep buying SHEL, GOOG, INTC, HPQ, MSFT, T, TGT, PARA,

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HPQ silicon in the radar with its silicon powders

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DCA broad based index fund works because indexes go up in the long run given enough time.

If you DCA an individual stock, you can easily DCA to zero. You tell yourself, oh, I'll only pick "solid" companies. Every large "solid" company eventually peaks. (GE, CSCO, SUNW, ORCL, HPQ, Xerox, Kodak, Sears, etc.). Some of those companies may still be around, but they are all well off their peaks and blindly DCA'ing them forever would make you poorer.

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It's HPQ Silicon. Look into it. CEO keeps going on and on about being in discussions with a "large automaker".

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Maybe he will buy HPQ Silicon. They’ve on the verge of commissioning a one step quartz - silicon process.

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any public 3dp stocks are shit. HPQ is your best bet but its a tiny fraction of their business

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printer ran out of ink, we need more ink calls on HPQ

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He gave it high side 17 PE as well which is just hilarious.

thats the same PE he puts for things like HPQ and AT&T lmfao

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OXY, HPQ and one another insurance company !

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HPQ is a tech stock.

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HPQ > Treasury Bills

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So Warren is just buying oil companies and HPQ right now? It would be nice to see him diversify a bit more.

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Its starting to move to TX in the Austin area mainly. HPQ has uprooted to Houston.

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With the exception of HPQ (That is also in my portfolio.)

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|Large Cap|| |:-|:-| |FB|14.5%| |MU|11.25%| |PGR|9%| |CI|9%| |GOOG|6%| |BABA|6%| |INTC|3%| |REGN|3%| |HPQ|3%| |NFLX|3%| |SONY|3%| |ROST|1%| ||| |Small Cap|| |QDEL|10%| |MED|7.75%| |NXST|7.75%| ||| |GLD|2%| |Cash|0.75%|

(49.75% tech; 47.5% non-tech; 2% gold; 0.75% cash)

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It is easy to find risky stock these days.

In April I have been buying tech stocks like FB, GOOG, SQ, NFLX, ENPH, HPQ. Names I believe in that are oversold.

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No growth like HPQ and ATT are 6PE. All these companies are 2x+ that.

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AMD has huge sales from cloud hyper scalers. if enterprise captial investment in technology gets cut most enterprise will will shift to more of short term demand capacity due to pandemic.

be worried about HPQ or DELL if this accelerates to cloud adoption, as capital investment stalls and enterprises take a more cautious.

the actual benefits of this trend would be chip providers (INTC and AMD), and cloud provider themselves (MSFT, AMZN, ALPHA).

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Smart move, but the Tesla buy was pretty bad.. there are much much better buys such as Intel, HPQ, or Google

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Yeah, I don’t feel too great about it either. I made money initially and lost sight of the whole “investing” part and swerved straight into gambling. I held F, KO and HPQ shares for the past two years and made great returns. Cashed out in Jan and couldn’t keep myself from trying to use that mo yeah to get back my gambling losses.

I never thought I’d be this guy in the family, but apparently I’m the fuck up and this is my wake up call to stop fucking up my life with booze and gambling.

Solid advice though, thanks.

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HPQ about to get to price levels where Buffett bought it at.

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HPQ runs at 7PE and has low single digit growth.

Outside of hyper growth 15PE is still considered high.

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You’re wrong if you think that everything is overvalued currently, there are some under-valued companies that are harder to find of course but that is what I have been focusing my efforts on. I was somewhat early on GME train at about 18$ a share , but now it just does not make sense to buy it. Look at HPQ and BKL , they are undervalued based on their financials, so you know that I am not full of shit.

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I'm all in on HPQ (Hewlett Packard) PUTS still...it's still chillin near ATH which is just crazy to me in this market.
Their hardware sales are down and they have recent analyst downgrades and price targets are way below it's current price.
This Buffet pump won't last too much longer I think

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I think you need to look at tech as 3 subsectors now:

- 1. Legacy Tech. IBM, CSCO, HPQ, etc. These should perform similar to consumer staples, and are a good hiding place to collect dividends and ride out the volatility.

- 2. Mega Cap Tech. GOOGL, AMZN, FB, AAPL. I am concerned about demand for AAPL and labor and energy costs for AMZN, but these are cheap enough (esp GOOGL at 19x next year's earnings) to be worth a decent weighting (~20%) in a portfolio

- 3. Speculative Tech - ARKK stocks and the like. Any earnings these companies have are far out in the future, so having a higher discount rate will kill these valuations. Add this into the fact that most of these companies don't have much of a moat (anybody can build their own version of Zoom). and I don't see any reason to be in these in today's environment.

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I dont know how much experienced you are but, why is hpq breaking new lows? Its like people are shorting warren Buffett

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it's pretty easy to pick up on trends.

up bigly on AXP earlier this year. up on Medical stuff. up on HPQ that one day.

whether you like it or not, it & bloomberg new content does have an affect on markets.

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The next TSLA is PYR....Soo many different avenues will be disrupted. AM Powders, getting rid of dirty bunker oil furnaces with plasma torches, PFAS remediation, 4N silicon (HPQ) for electric car batteries....PYR AND HPQ LONG AND STRONG

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I think anyone that touches HPQ at all is regarded 🧠

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I'm currently all in on HPQ (Hewlett Packard) $37 5/20 puts, bought last week when it spiked like 15% on the news that buffet bought a few billion worth a few months ago..
It literally hit ATH. like wtf? In this market??
What do u guys think?

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Whatever we open at I just need HPQ to go below $38

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made some good money on TWTR puts and rolled all the profits over into HPQ puts on thursday..
Just like elon buying a bunch of TWTR shares wont do shit for the company, neither will buffet buying a ton of HPQ..
easy mode.

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Would you recommend HPQ over HPE or a mix of both? Is HPQ still worth buying even though the price has recently rallied after buffets purchase ?

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Assuming HPE will grow in the future 0%, it's 70% undervalued, the same for HPQ.

Buffet knows very well what he's doing...

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HPQ = garbage investment. Papa bill tell pop pop Buffet that MSFT buyouts occurring as it worked for ATVI

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Not sure if you're still interested but check out HPQ.v on tsx or HPQFF . Hpq silicon are positioning themselves to disrupt the nano silicon market by creating a one step process to convert quarts to nano silicon that is more cost efficient and with less emissions. DISRUPTIVE..currently in R&D as per last interview with CEO BT, the plant should be commission for the QRR quarts reduction reactor, in the next few weeks.

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You have a hpq put? Happened to me and I finally figured out that was why. Still not sure why it bumped a buck, buck fifty for a short time

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HPQ $37 5/20...

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Just my fucking luck - I went all in on HPQ puts yesterday and today the stock goes down -3.5% but my puts only went up 2.6%..
But I Guarantee you when the stock recovers +1% next week my puts will drop -20%

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I bought HPQ May puts today. I can see them going to $60 in a year but it seems to keep bouncing between $30-$40 for the past 6 months.

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With tech down like this I was able to add 200 shares HPQ, and add more GOOGL for a grand total of 4 shares. Thanks 🌈🐻 for the discount.

Loaded to the tits in YINN and added some NEGG for fun.

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What type of printers do you use, who do you buy ink from? Is HPQ fucked?

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sorry about that, I did butcher my explanation. Yes I was writing calls, and yes making the GOLD leap into a diagonal. ( i know some people say PMCC but some people also hate that term)

Yes I did buy 1BRK-B 345c 4/29 for 7.40 back in 4/4 .. ( thank you that looks so much better and makes so much more sense :D )

As for getting out, I would agree with your 10% gain. 10% is hell of a lot more profit than a savings account will give me ..

Even being at 50% right now is more tempting to just get out. However, certain factors are keeping me in a bit longer. First is of course with Buffet buying HPQ and that being part of his investments. ( although that may be in his BRK A and not B.) I seen HPQ going up and down, but it doesnt seem to be affected either BRK that much.

As for losing all my profit. some of it was taken because my last call I wrote , the stock jumped on me upward in a huge amount this morning, and I couldnt buy it back right away, I had to keep adjusting the price, then i accidentally went to a wrong page.. By the time I bought the contract back it costed me 2 hundred dollars. ouch. Lesson learned.

As of right now it is considered a Diagonal spread , because before writing my post above I did one last and final writing a call at a 360 strike expiry 4/22 collected a 230 premium .

So what I will do is, since I am in this spread now, I doubt this stock will drop significantly, even if it stays above 350 that would be break even on the 22 for the stock itself, but I would had made my profit from the premiums I collected.

My hope it gets up to 360 area from now until 22nd, then I will sell everything. I think I read that exit strategy back when I first got into options, It appears I need to go read it again, :D

thank you for your help.

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If HPQ drops to $35-$36 gonna buy May 35c.

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At least I was able to take my HPQ gain yesterday. Now for the slow decline to buy back in.

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HPQ

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Is it HPQ or HPE for HP??

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Buffet just bought a bunch of HPQ. In case anyone didn't see.

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Buffet just bought a shit ton of $HPQ - It's literally the only tech stock that's in the green YTD.

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HP bought HyperX. RoaringKitty uses a HyperX mic. Nuf said. HPQ to $100.

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Buffett is great when it comes to moat or buying undervalued companies. He is sadly wrong when it comes to tech without a proper moat/brand. He made the mistake with IBM, and it seems that he repeats that mistake with HPQ. Just like IBM it is terminally undervalued with no proper moat.

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Here is a link to my purchase of between March 26 and April 2 of 2020: https://ibb.co/JrhYv1z

- 400 shares of disca at 20.8,19.9

- 200 shares of twtr at 26.6

- 800 shares of mrna at 29.6

- 130 shares of intc at 55.5

- 300 shares of hpq at 15.2

- 100 shares of abt at 78.3

The combined value of those positions went up ~50-60% between March and June. I later bought another $50,000 worth of stocks in early April which consisted of dis, tsm, spce, and tsla.

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And no I'm not 18 even though I have a baby face.

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It'd make sense if he bought HPE, but HPQ? Why? Just why?

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"Warren Buffett has made about $650 million on $HPQ after stake was revealed today"

Talk about a money printer...

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Couple HPQ put FDs

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buffett at the next shareholders meeting:

"ya we sold HPQ after that 17% bump. Price had met our target and we were bearish on future news of Berkshire selling shares after netting 17%."

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Imagine being the analyst downgrading HPQ the week before Buffett takes a stake in it. Analyst looking like a complete clown now img

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All up from here. Buffet buying HPQ - assume chips & software will be needed as well.

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This is so annoying, I had HPQ at $28 and sold at $36. Regretting it all now 😔

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Huh, I never realized that HPE and HPQ were separate. Still, I'd say HPE is pretty attractive and HPQ is not any worse than their main competitors.

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Networking gear is by HPE not HPQ.

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Betting on Elon for $TWTR and Warren for $HPQ - both stock in my opinion are in PLAY!!

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Here's my play: Buy 1 $40 call, Sell 1 $44 call, Sell 1 $34 put, Exp 11/18/22

64.8% Win probability (the Buffet factor probably tacks on an additional 20%)
Make up to 12.0% (20.2% annualized)
17% cushion
Breakeven $33.76
$HPQ credit spread

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Here's my fomo play: Buy 1 $40 call, Sell 1 $44 call, Sell 1 $34 put, Exp 11/18/22

64.8% Win probability (the Buffet factor probably tacks on an additional 20%)
Make up to 12.0% (20.2% annualized)
17% cushion
Breakeven $33.76
$HPQ credit spread

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Buffett buying HPQ with chip & software stocks crashing. Makes no sense.

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HPQ PUTS are the way.

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In Q1’22 the Print business at HPQ accounted for 48% of the profit while delivering 28% of revenue. Supplies accounted for 64% of that Print revenue. The PC business, while driving a lot of the top line only had an OP of ~8% while Print was ~18%.

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HPQ put here living its best life with Berkshire buy 4.2b of it.

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Think HPQ 4/14 $39p will print?

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Changed my mind, buying puts on HPQ instead as a lotto play lol

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What’s the top on HPQ?

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HPQ top when?

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A new all-time high for HPQ.

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$HPQ

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$HPQ

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Its not risk free, of course. Old HP was an innovator while it was run by its founders. When founders have stepped away CEOs from outside took over and that's when things went really wrong. Many bad decisions have been made which has lead HP to split up in two companies; HPQ sells consumer computers and printers (surprisingly Buffet bought this one), HPE sells servers, corporate software and hybrid cloud solutions.

Having done my DD I'm betting that HPE's CEO can turn the ship around (some call him Nadella of HP but he is yet to truly earn that title). Valuation is also mega cheap right now at 7x fP/E and 0.7 P/S. Of course, I could be wrong and HPE might turn out to be a value trap but so far I like what I see. Lets hope for the best.

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$HPQ is up $3.78 pre-mkt.

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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway reveals major stake in HP Inc, $HPQ.

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Welp. Good on him. I guess I own HPQ too now since I have BRK shares.

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I recently became a fan of WolfSecurity after experiencing numerous cyber attacks on mid-size businesses.

Hence I started looking at HPQ.

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another 90 baggers on 04/08 HPQ 37c. Man... This just encourages retards to yolo on 0.05 delta

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Puts on $HPQ

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HPQ

MDVL

GOED

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Holy shit, my HPQ shares are going to explode tomorrow.

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HPQ going up, up, up

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HPQ

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>HP INC. TO ACQUIRE POLY $HPQ $POLY

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-03-28 ^07:30:29 ^EDT-0400

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HPQ, and SOXL.

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What is your income? (Don't need to say a number but I am assuming you make under $129,000 and file taxes single in the following advice).

First, if you do not have any retirement savings, open up a Roth IRA from the same place you opened your brokerage account. I can go on a long spiel about why the Roth is your new best friend, but basically it reduces down to tax free withdrawals at 59.5+ years of age. Second, because this account allows you to withdraw tax free, the federal government limits you to $6,000 contributions a year. I HIGHLY suggest this is the first brokerage account you max out a year and HIGHLY suggest you reach the 6,000 contribution amount otherwise you are incurring a massive opportunity cost.

Second, the first thing I tell everyone when it comes to investments is to buy the S&P500 (SPY, VOO, SWPPX, etc.) with your first $10,000. Assuming from your other positions, you should have a moderate understanding of what the SP500 is.

Also, HSA should be the last concern of yours. Max your Roth contribution first then the remainder should go into a taxable brokerage account which should be fairly aggressive. Personally, I think your portfolio as it stands is pretty conservative, but has concentration risk. This does not fit your needs. 28 is fairly late to get into the investing game so I believe growth should be your chief concern. HPQ and LOW are not that. I personally also like to limit individual stocks to a maximum of 10% of my total portfolio. This mitigates risk and increases exposure to the broader market.

Feel free to ping me if you have any tax planning, asset questions, or anything else. I should disclose I am an accountant with financial sector experience.

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28 y/o m i started investing about 6 months ago, I have about 4k invested in a brokerage account with 25% APPL 25% LOW 25% HPQ and 25% Berkshire Hathaway class B stock. I plan to contribute $300-$400 a month for about 15-20 years . I contribute 12% in my company 401k and also put money into an HSA. Am I on the right track or do I neeed to be more aggressive

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DAMN. Made 50% on my HPQ puts Hoping that continues

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