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|Large Caps|| |:-|:-| |ALL|20.00%| |HPQ|8.50%| |PBR|4.00%| |REGN|3.00%| |Med/Small Caps|| |BPOP|20.00%| |HLF|13.25%| |MNDO|8.50%| |TPX|8.50%| |MED|6.25%| |CINF|4.00%| |BWMX|3.00%| |cash|1.00%|

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I just caught wind of HPQ silicon for new battery solutions, recommend you all take a look

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HPQ Silicon

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My simple advice: next time get in some boring stock like HPQ (Buffet had stakes in it) and observe. If you are very itch to play high-stake stocks, just get in for very small amount like 10 shares of BBBY that should let you stay in the game for much longer.

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Thanks OP I love this thread... Targeted AI this week .. Tomorrow watch those puts print! Also nailed HPQ

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HPQ holders how you feeling today? Not on my main watchlist, it's on my second watchlist (yes, I have tiers, lol), but just moved it up to my main one. Great price, if I had some dry powder I might have bitten already.

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my HPQ puts printed today 🥱🥱

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HPQ BACK FROM THE DEAD. Yay bye bags

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HPQ. Did a call on CHWY :/

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Anyone get their lottos in on CHWY or HPQ?

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I’m going to buy more puts to add to my ever-growing list of money makers. I bought $HPQ yesterday 🐻. Also went short on arkk and will hit the genomics as well. When I get severely burned by one of these, I’ll know it’s time to get bullish again 😂

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Wish I sold HPQ puts instead of CHWY. HPQ better company imo

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HPQ and CHWY right around my breakeven. Likely bleed out tomorrow and fuck me

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HPQ quarter wasnt too good hut theyre already undervalued so meh

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warren buffet please buy more hpq and save my calls

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HPQ Earnings Highlights:

  • GAAP diluted net EPS of $1.08
  • Non-GAAP diluted net EPS of $1.04
  • Net revenue of $14.7 billion
  • Net cash provided by operating activities of $0.4 billion
  • Free cash flow of $0.3 billion
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HPQ release already wtf

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|ALL|18.75%| |:-|:-| |BWMX|16.50%| |MNDO|12.00%| |HPQ|9.75%| |BPOP|9.75%| |EVR|7.50%| |M|7.50%| |HLF|5.25%| |DHI|5.25%| |PBR|3.00%| |NRG|3.00%| |cash|1.75%|

(68.50% usa, 16.50% mexico, 12.00% israel, 3.00% brazil)

No big tech. A lot of small caps. A lot of financials and some oil to defend against prolonged bear market. A lot of ex-usa.

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This play was just based on me thinking HPQ is overvalued and hasn’t dipped very much since it’s peak. PC cyclical in nature, supply chain issues, big debt numbers, lower consumer demand, higher rates for all…Felt it still had room to decline so I got in. My option is set for 1/20/23 $30 put. I wasn’t ready for it to drop so soon, but the dell earnings rippled through its competitors as well, and HPQ is set for earnings tomorrow. I ended the day at 35% total return. I don’t anticipate on HPQ seeing any bullish momentum short term, hence the option choice. That said I def am long bullish on these guys, I just didn’t think $35 per share was a good price point considering it’s fundamentals and where the rest of the market was.

So now I have gains, earlier than anticipated, and I’m stuck wondering if I should just let it ride until I see a higher gain and risk it or just take my profits now and look for another play

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Small question - but what is a good exit point for my options where I won’t be greedy but won’t be selling myself short? I’ve read some of the posts regarding risk management and I’ve yet to garner where I should be.

I know it’s personal for everyone, but options can fluctuate so drastically sometimes. I’ve had calls and puts go up 200% intrinsically before I turned around and sold.

Basically, what is a good benchmark to just fucking exit so I don’t constantly think I could get more and become greedy.

Currently sitting at a 30% gain on a naked put on HPQ and with the market direction I feel it could drop to my breakeven of $30 strike. Option expires in 4 months essentially.

I’m already ITM 30%, how to not be so greedy at a rational level? I want more gains from this play but I feel like if I just did this steadily instead I’d have a higher return overall instead of waiting.

Just looking for advice really

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I've heard that big tech is not going to be what it has been last 20 years .

Big companies slow growth.

I only invest in krypto right now + BOIL but if it was for retirement I'd invest mostly value.

AAPL is OK + META + Pfizer + Intel of the big companies along with HPQ

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I'd add HPQ to this list - the options are underpriced relative to others with earnings forthcoming

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HPE and HPQ both fell in sympathy with Dell already, made worse by JPoW. I picked up some atm calls at the bell on Friday for the obvious bounce. So, to confirm puts is definitely the play.

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Strangles on HPQ, DELL, and any other big tech with earnings and cheap options. Even if we haven't hit bottom, you just have to move a few percentage points either way - very doable in this volatile market

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What did JPOW do to HPQ?

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I have no clue why HPQ is down 4% today. I'm seeing no news.

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Next week's earnings

Never visited LULU but they're doing something right. High growth, profits, reducing share count. 5 year revenue growth average 21.69% p.a. and their guidance was for 21% growth this quarter.

AVGO guided to 24% growth this quarter, 5 yr rev. growth avg 15.7% p.a.

CRWD cybersecurity guided to over 50% growth for this quarter. They didn't crash like the other pandemic stocks.

HPE and HPQ might be interesting to watch to see how the PC market is doing.

MDB is the other fast growing software stock releasing earnings

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I guess earnings were today. im kind of bummed hpq is only down 2.8%. But maybe it will move more tomorrow. If the pre-market is down tomorrow maybe hpq will go down more. I was hoping for 5% movement because that would have netted a more sure return. I dont know how accurate the optionsprofitcalculator website is. Im anxious if the movement is less than 3% there will be a margin of error where ill make very little or lose money. Hoping for a lot of volatility in the morning.

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Nice. Did you also get hpq cuz of dell or you were already looking at hpq?

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I was able to pick up an even tighter HPQ strangle for about the same price. Tbh, this seems almost too good to be true so I didn't put too much in.

Seems like some nice analysis/finds here! Well done!

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HPQ. Sep 2 Calls before earnings on Aug 30. Stock is at a great value right now

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Awesome post here!! Can you make more posts like this?!? I made 45% gain pumping/dumping PFE 50c’s today. Holding onto ABBV for 150 target. Bought puts in HPQ. NVDA and AAPL have already said laptop sales will be way down this year. Puts on Macy’s and BAC. There’s a chance Macy’s could have decent earnings but inflation could be eating into their margins or causing a slow down in sales.

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Trading Thesis

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 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

  • If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.
  • Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest.
  • 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.

FAQ

  • 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.
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I never have any "favorites" as this would be emotional trading. I'll dump any stock once I no longer think it is a good long term hold if needed . . .

My list of stocks changes all the time as I am constantly reviewing them and can have anywhere from 15 to 25 stocks at any given time.

Some recent trades were in AAPL, AMD, HPQ, and X to give you a sample. All are stocks I am willing to hold for months if I had to and don't think they will be going out of business anytime soon . . .

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Pyrogenesis Canada PYR. Multiple divisions all for the GHG emission reduction: Nano powders material for 3D printing Plasma torches for the alluminium industry.

Ownership % in HPQ silicon

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|Large Cap|| |:-|:-| |ALL|14.50%| |META|5.75%| |HPQ|5.75%| |MU|5.75%| |Small/Med Cap|| |CROX|14.50%| |BWMX|8.75%| |HLF|8.75%| |EVR|8.75%| |BPOP|5.75%| |IBA|5.75%| |MED|5.75%| |Commodities|| |PBR|5.75%| |IAU|1.50%| ||| |cash|3.00%|

(76.75% USA, 14.50% Mexico, 5.75% Brazil)

It's bearish in that it favors essential businesses --aside from the multi-level-marketers, but they sometimes do well as people start losing their jobs and look for new sources of income.

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HPQ

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With all the movement going on with tech because of China, I think HPQ Silicon Inc. is going to be in a good spot to cover some of the now missing suppliers

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Thought on HPQ silicon

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Thoughts on HPQ silicon INC. ?

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I would check what is starting to take off.. like.. which new industries/companies are starting to get success… for example, GOEV recently signed a deal with WALMART for 10,000 EVs. HPQ has developed tech that can make silicon more cheaply and finely.

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Thoughts on HPQ silicon resources ?

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If GOEV ships vehicles to Walmart, the price will skyrocket.

If HPQ starts serving customers with their nano silicon systems, also skyrocket

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Do yourself a favour and load up on GOEV and HPQ.

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Yes and no. I try to take a closer look at stocks that are NOT in the limelight (discarded by the news, Reddit, Youtube, etc). Or ones that have so much negativity around them that they may be oversold. Ask yourself what is NOT being talked about right now because chances are, if everyone is talking about it, its probably over priced.

Examples:

  1. INTC - short term pain sure. But is it an opportunity? Be extra conservative in Disc FCF estimates. Write puts for stupid low prices like in the high 20s...

  2. HPQ - Their balance sheet was sound last time I looked. Buying shares back, good FCF, nice dividend at a great payout ratio. They make printers and ink...who talks about that?

  3. WBA - who ever talks about WBA ...ever? Is Amazon going to take over the pharmacy space? No idea but WBA has been around since the beginning of time. No/limited growth but tons of cash flow + big dividend. Buy at the right price....

  4. GILD - really the only ones in their niche, high FCF, high barriers to entry, significantly undervalued imo

Not saying anyone should buy any of these but I hope I pushed my thought process. All of these companies trade a low or very low P/Es and make a ton of cash. Do they deserve to trade at these levels? That is for you (and your calcs) to decide

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Put it into HPQ. They are on the verge of big things.

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I completely understand. I've got my eyes on since of those tech names as well - esp MSFT and AAPL. I've had a great run so far with SWKS, which I timed the bottom on nearly perfectly. And my QCOM and HPQ holdings dipped and recovered and have been doing good. I completely agree it's good to have tech for that growth.

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Just buy shares hpq, Ford for about 12, or spy and you can wait for a pull back if you want to be extra safe. Also you can look up dividend aristocrat for more ideas.

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you’d have to hold HPQ for 33 years to make dividends back on that; they literally pay .25 every 3 months and cost 33$/s

do you even look at numbers before posting

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They are getting spanked by AMD in processors, Nvidia and AMD is graphics chips, and TSM in foundries. You can't blame this on the recession, it is clear that they are losing share. They are a non-player in video card chips (which means they are doomed in the datacenter); AMD and Nvidia have that market sewn up.

The only thing you could say about them is that they paid a good dividend. However, if you do the math, once they start investing in their Ohio foundry, they won't have a cashflow to pay that dividend, so they will either need to cut it or take on debt to pay it.

Why invest in INTC when there are so many good tech companies growing earnings with bright futures. If you really want a tech stock that pays dividends, buy CSCO, IBM, or HPQ.

Until Intel proves they can deliver the goods, all I can say is run away from the stock.

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He's probably looking long term and seeing the fundementals of HPQ looks good.

This year alone, HPQ bought back around 14% of their shares. At this price, you are paying about 7X forward sales. HPQ has a really solid return on capital. It was around 48% on average every year from 2017 to 2021. Gross margins aren't terrible, they are around 20%.

They has a good amount of FCF right now and can over all their debt if needed between FCF and cash. On top of that, they still are seeing some crazy revenue growth.

Like 2021 was up 12%, but that's probably due to all remote work and people buying more PC's. However, I feel like people usually update company laptop around every 1-3 years, so this year will probaly slow down, but they haven't missed on earnings the last 3 quarters.

They also offer a a 3% dividended yield. It sounds like a very Buffet purchase.

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It's a true value stock, just like HPQ or Dell. Seems to be a dying business, and attracts investors like Warren Buffet before a major turnaround happens.

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25 looking for growth.

Canadian portfolio - total 30k ATZ 65%, ZWB 13%, CNR 12%, PKI 10%

American portfolio - total 15k usd BULZ 45%, SOXL 25%, BX 20%, HPQ 10%

Also have a 50k portfolio managed by a firm, mainly in mutual funds.

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Thoughts on HPQ ?

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Thoughts on HPQ?

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Added HPQ today, following buffet in these uncertain times.

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HPQ added

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It's called anchoring bias. People who bought the stocks only talk for them, and this leads other to buy them and become anchored as well.

I agree that S&P has 500 stocks but we never see posts about HPQ, HPE, KR, ED, NDAQ, CAG, DPZ, CPB, etc.

If no one owns them obviously no one will make any post about them, and we will end up discussing how undervalued is FB and PYPL

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C, DELL, HPQ, META, MU

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I just know a Canadian Company called HPQ Silicon makes silicon metals for car batteries

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Depends on what assets you're holding and your entry price. If you just bought HPQ yesterday, I wouldn't sell.

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Now he is into HPQ dont worry

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MU, HPQ, C, DELL, BABA, META and AXP all are quiet cheap IMO

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HPQ CLVS XXII VWAGY

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I recommend DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + QRVO that are good value stocks in tech field . Also ALTO + CONN + THO

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The 4 companies that make up 70% of my portfolio, or about 65% now are $FL, $LITE, $FNKO and $FIVE. The concentration will likely drop as I’m adding to $DIS and potentially $HPQ at a bit lower.

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Having trouble uploading screenshots on Imgur. In no particular order :

PFE + QRVO + TITN + CONN + WIRE + DELL + HPQ + HPE + LEVI + ALT0 + DBI + WDC + META + CUBI + CPRI + TMST + M + X + CVLG + THO + PANL + INTC.

Earlier today made a portfolio with 1 share of each of these on free app My Stocks portfolio.

These are value stocks low index in P/(sales/outstanding shares) = Value index. Then look at low debt + low PE/ PEG/ P/FCF Have about 200 stocks on this list .

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P/(sales/outstanding shares) = Value index If the index is low I then look at many other indicators . Companies with low VI + low debt + low PE/PEG/ P/FCF are DELL + HPQ + META + INTC + M + X + LEVI + ASO

All these companies have an index under 4. UPST 46 DIS 53 TSLA 82 NVDA 181

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UPST + NVDA along with TSLA worst stocks in terms of value . Numbers matter so good value stocks that also have low debt +low PE/PEG/ P/FCF .

DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + LEVI + ASO + PFE + MU Also WIRE + TITN + QRVO + CONN + WDC

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Bullwhip is the new "inflation is tRanSitOrY" argument going viral everywhere and it's very interesting no doubt, but it has a huge flaw.

All the inventory buildup being reported by big retailers is on the discretionary side of spending. There is no equivalent buildup of food, fuel, rent, essentials where most of the average person's money goes. The primary drivers of inflation are not too many laptops or components HPQ bought or TV's TGT / WMT stockpiled, jeans at AEO, that noone wants as much anymore.

Labor market also has no build up. It's still the complete opposite situation and insanely tight. Bargaining power and leverage still massively favors the employee, they can keep asking for raises and get it or say fuck you and job hop.

If demand destruction, bullwhips were all that was needed to solve inflation, Fed would never have to raise rates... ever. Everything would self-correct naturally. We all know this fairy tale isn't true though and until unemployment materially goes up OR there is some magical source of food and oil explodes into existence out of nowhere, inflation can take temporary pullbacks or maybe even slow down but structurally there's no reason to think it will somehow solve itself and it's not going to stay persistently high.

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Bullwhip is the new "inflation is tRanSitOrY" argument going viral everywhere and it's very interesting no doubt, but it has a huge flaw.

All the inventory buildup being reported by big retailers is on the discretionary side of spending. There is no equivalent buildup of food, fuel, rent. The primary drivers of inflation are not too many laptops or components HPQ bought or TV's TGT / WMT stockpiled that noone wants as much anymore.

Labor market also has no build up. It's still the completely opposite situation and insanely tight. Bargaining power and leverage still massively favors the employee, they can keep asking for raises and get it or say fuck you and job hop.

If demand destruction, bullwhips were all that was needed to solve inflation, Fed would never have to raise rates... ever. Everything would self-correct naturally. We all know this fairy tale isn't true though and until unemployment materially goes up OR there is some magical source of food and oil explodes into existence out of nowhere, inflation can take temporary pullbacks or maybe even slow down but structurally there's no reason to think it's not going to stay persistently high and solve itself.

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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| 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Numbers matter so good value stocks that also have low debt + PE/PEG/ P/FCF .

DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + LEVI + ASO + PFE + MU Also WIRE + TITN + QRVO + CONN + WDC

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Numbers matter .

Finally found a tool that identifies value stocks. It puts companies in perspective. These value stocks have been very stable. They sometimes go up or down 5% but usually 1-2%. Not huge swings.

P/(sales/outstanding shares) = X (value index). The closer to zero the better.

All this info is available on Finviz.com. Then I look for low debt + low PE/PEG / P/FCF . They should show green. Growth in earnings/sales also important.

DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + LEVI + ASO. Also QRVO + TITN + CONN + AAN + STKL + CPNG

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AAPL, GWW, META, American Express, PLD, LII, HPQ, INTC, Home Depot, TGT, GOOGL, MSFT, BABA, TSLA

Some of these are under their I.V, while others I have on a watch list.

I think all of these companies will play a role in shaping what our future looks like. Some of them are obvious, while others I have added based off of my own knowledge from working in my industry.

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Me too. Finally found a tool that identifies value stocks. It puts companies in perspective. These value stocks have been very stable. They sometimes go up or down 5% but usually 1-2%. Not huge swings.

P/(sales/outstanding shares) = X (value index). The closer to zero the better.

All this info on Finviz.com. Then I look for low debt + low PE/PEG / P/FCF .

DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + LEVI + ASO. Also QRVO + TITN + CONN + AAN + STKL + CPNG

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QRVO + DELL + HPQ/HPE + META are good value stocks. Plus low debt + low P/PE/ P/FCF

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I warn everyone I can on here that pharma stocks are extremely volatile and unpredictable. Yes young companies have to go through 3 stages of FDA trials with no promise of success. Then the marketing is not so straightforward

In these times numbers matter . I recommend value stocks that also have low debt + low PE/PEG / P/FCF.

DELL + HPQ/HPE + ASO + LEVI + META. Also WIRE + TITN + AAN + STKL + CPNG + CONN

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If you invest anymore I recommend value stocks. DELL + HPQ + LEVI + MU . Also TITN + CONN + AAN

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HPQ/HPE are great value stocks compared to AMZN at its current price . But probably not at $60.

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I put together a value spreadsheet with most stocks mentioned on here . Over 190 so far .

P/ (sales/ outstanding shares) = X The closer to zero much better value. I also look at low debt + Low PE/PEG / P/FCF

DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + ASO. Also WIRE + TITN + CONN + CPNG + STKL + RCMT + UNFI

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I would buy value stocks cuz in a situation like this numbers matter .

DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + ASO . Also TITN + AAN + COMM + CPNG + STKL + RCMT + WIRE + UNFI

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Category 3 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |SRE|Sempra|Utilities|149.44|46969695135|47.26|08/04/2022| |HSY|The Hershey Company|Consumer Defensive|220.96|45430393796|28.38|08/04/2022| |AIG|American International Group, Inc.|Financial|52.77|41803966925|4.55|08/04/2022| |RSG|Republic Services, Inc.|Industrials|129.9|41034225981|30.75|08/04/2022| |DLR|Digital Realty Trust, Inc.|Real Estate|138.8|39512516108|28.78|08/04/2022| |CTVA|Corteva, Inc.|Basic Materials|53.56|38761000000|22.95|08/04/2022| |WELL|Welltower Inc.|Real Estate|83.36|37842747749|111.38|08/04/2022| |XEL|Xcel Energy Inc.|Utilities|68.56|37341422062|22.97|08/04/2022| |MSI|Motorola Solutions, Inc.|Technology|217.33|36358635583|29.77|08/04/2022| |AJG|Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.|Financial|165.25|34713737000|36.26|08/04/2022| |ED|Consolidated Edison, Inc.|Utilities|92.93|32924625165|21.48|08/04/2022| |YUM|Yum! Brands, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|114.42|32628441473|20.78|08/04/2022| |PH|Parker-Hannifin Corporation|Industrials|253.1|32490953983|19.57|08/04/2022| |HLT|Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|116.71|32484092452|45|08/04/2022| |IFF|International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.|Basic Materials|121.41|30939882513|55.78|08/04/2022| |RMD|ResMed Inc.|Healthcare|211.5|30939192900|39.85|08/04/2022| |CARR|Carrier Global Corporation|Industrials|36.3|30791176692|12.04|08/04/2022| |DXCM|DexCom, Inc.|Healthcare|77.67|30485761660|151.95|08/04/2022| |ILMN|Illumina, Inc.|Healthcare|193.93|30466401849|42.3|08/04/2022| |ES|Eversource Energy|Utilities|83.35|28745589108|22.16|08/04/2022| |APTV|Aptiv PLC|Consumer Cyclical|97.09|26304680088|82.01|08/04/2022| |MTD|Mettler-Toledo International Inc.|Healthcare|1146.9|26012036623|33.68|08/04/2022| |EIX|Edison International|Utilities|62.79|23935560906|40.89|08/04/2022| |CBRE|CBRE Group, Inc.|Real Estate|73.13|23903307467|12.64|08/04/2022| |K|Kellogg Company|Consumer Defensive|70.72|23894350684|15.75|08/04/2022| |BALL|Ball Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|71.59|22893679020|20.93|08/04/2022| |AEE|Ameren Corporation|Utilities|87.91|22700683769|22.52|08/04/2022| |LH|Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings|Healthcare|242.56|22485309348|11.14|08/04/2022| |WST|West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.|Healthcare|301.18|22310091677|33.58|08/04/2022| |FTV|Fortive Corporation|Technology|56.28|20173447374|31.24|08/04/2022| |PPL|PPL Corporation|Utilities|27.08|19928250475|32.08|08/04/2022| |MLM|Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.|Basic Materials|309.68|19313341389|29.44|08/04/2022| |CMS|CMS Energy Corporation|Utilities|65.19|18913516737|13.99|08/04/2022| |EPAM|EPAM Systems, Inc.|Technology|326.01|18631843709|41.69|08/04/2022| |CNP|CenterPoint Energy, Inc.|Utilities|28.85|18159601005|11.46|08/04/2022| |PWR|Quanta Services, Inc.|Industrials|125.98|18104447704|38.22|08/04/2022| |HBAN|Huntington Bancshares Incorporated|Financial|12.51|18004079579|17.29|08/04/2022| |ESS|Essex Property Trust, Inc.|Real Estate|261.71|17098304105|43.36|08/04/2022| |PARA|Paramount Global|Communication Services|25.76|16822511477|#N/A|08/04/2022| |EXPE|Expedia Group, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|102.34|16077378042|81.62|08/04/2022| |IP|International Paper Company|Consumer Cyclical|42.84|15877754984|9.46|08/04/2022| |SWKS|Skyworks Solutions, Inc.|Technology|98.03|15775585386|11.9|08/04/2022| |WAB|Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation|Industrials|85.05|15534187442|26.93|08/04/2022| |BIO|Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|507.84|15160740389|#N/A|08/04/2022| |CAH|Cardinal Health, Inc.|Healthcare|54.45|14833672137|#N/A|08/04/2022| |EVRG|Evergy, Inc.|Utilities|64.11|14711847542|18.2|08/04/2022| |CPT|Camden Property Trust|Real Estate|135.11|14392025353|40.71|08/04/2022| |LNT|Alliant Energy Corporation|Utilities|57.32|14376641207|18.46|08/04/2022| |IRM|Iron Mountain Incorporated|Real Estate|49.46|14371171523|32.24|08/04/2022| |LKQ|LKQ Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|49.92|14119017850|13.35|08/04/2022| |TECH|Bio-Techne Corporation|Healthcare|352.76|13840013370|64.35|08/04/2022| |TXT|Textron Inc.|Industrials|60.62|13038343354|17.69|08/04/2022| |MAS|Masco Corporation|Industrials|51.8|12221712539|23.11|08/04/2022| |TAP|Molson Coors Beverage Company|Consumer Defensive|55.77|12104711289|11.31|08/04/2022| |TFX|Teleflex Incorporated|Healthcare|258.05|12102554749|25.1|08/04/2022| |REG|Regency Centers Corporation|Real Estate|61.48|10596834125|22.1|08/04/2022| |WRK|WestRock Company|Consumer Cyclical|40.64|10357176996|13.7|08/04/2022| |NRG|NRG Energy, Inc.|Utilities|38.32|9092703647|2.33|08/04/2022| |AOS|A. O. Smith Corporation|Industrials|55.82|8708305110|17.56|08/04/2022| |HII|Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.|Industrials|215.34|8623761747|16.16|08/04/2022| |NLSN|Nielsen Holdings plc|Industrials|23.53|8463581242|17.14|08/04/2022| |MHK|Mohawk Industries, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|127.95|8129868595|8.34|08/04/2022| |PNW|Pinnacle West Capital Corporation|Utilities|71.75|8107821750|13.54|08/04/2022| |XRAY|DENTSPLY SIRONA Inc.|Healthcare|36.76|7919996778|21.87|08/04/2022| |PENN|Penn National Gaming, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|32.12|5357702545|14.83|08/04/2022| |BRK.B|Berkshire Hathaway Inc.|Financial|278.28|613961100000|0|08/05/2022| |D|Dominion Energy, Inc.|Utilities|78.14|63392660746|21.88|08/05/2022| |ABC|AmerisourceBergen Corporation|Healthcare|148.46|31097026846|18.14|08/05/2022| |VTR|Ventas, Inc.|Real Estate|51.23|20476395159|135.01|08/05/2022| |NCLH|Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.|Consumer Cyclical|13.22|5540516653|#N/A|08/05/2022| |APD|Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.|Basic Materials|252.08|55904613870|25.1|08/08/2022| |TSN|Tyson Foods, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|85.8|31020931043|7.37|08/08/2022| |STE|STERIS plc|Healthcare|207.89|20805631138|83.81|08/08/2022| |CF|CF Industries Holdings, Inc.|Basic Materials|83.32|17380693580|10.75|08/08/2022| |PFG|Principal Financial Group, Inc.|Financial|68.55|17321495826|11.77|08/08/2022| |VTRS|Viatris Inc.|Healthcare|10.96|13287103966|80.08|08/08/2022| |DISH|DISH Network Corporation|Communication Services|18.85|9990402182|5.42|08/08/2022| |SYY|Sysco Corporation|Consumer Defensive|85.57|43595844050|44.04|08/09/2022| |TDG|TransDigm Group Incorporated|Industrials|538.75|29418761612|37.51|08/09/2022| |EBAY|eBay Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|45.67|25567987681|2.68|08/10/2022| |DIS|The Walt Disney Company|Communication Services|97.78|178104605516|67.46|08/11/2022| |CEG|Constellation Energy Corporation|Utilities|59.28|19366704465|#N/A|08/11/2022| |BR|Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.|Technology|145.59|17067049382|31.24|08/11/2022| |OGN|Organon & Co.|Healthcare|35.86|9095426560|7.02|08/11/2022| |WMT|Walmart Inc.|Consumer Defensive|123.72|339135081346|26.58|08/16/2022| |HD|The Home Depot, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|283|290854382000|17.96|08/16/2022| |A|Agilent Technologies, Inc.|Healthcare|121.29|36230293593|29.25|08/16/2022| |AMCR|Amcor plc|Consumer Cyclical|12.41|18649325830|19.96|08/16/2022| |JKHY|Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.|Technology|182.9|13326426433|37.55|08/16/2022| |NVDA|NVIDIA Corporation|Technology|171.26|428149986267|45.96|08/17/2022| |CSCO|Cisco Systems, Inc.|Technology|44.1|182616461981|15.47|08/17/2022| |LOW|Lowe's Companies, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|182.84|116858344019|14.9|08/17/2022| |ADI|Analog Devices, Inc.|Technology|149.69|77809761409|42.46|08/17/2022| |TJX|The TJX Companies, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|60.24|70579354606|21.83|08/17/2022| |TGT|Target Corporation|Consumer Defensive|150.42|69749196596|12.47|08/17/2022| |SNPS|Synopsys, Inc.|Technology|317.47|48563449580|49.42|08/17/2022| |KEYS|Keysight Technologies, Inc.|Technology|140.48|25278799263|25.41|08/17/2022| |BBWI|Bath & Body Works, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|30.95|7079363899|6.64|08/17/2022| |EL|The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.|Consumer Defensive|270.2|96555217802|29.53|08/18/2022| |AMAT|Applied Materials, Inc.|Technology|97.36|84698059922|12.99|08/18/2022| |ROST|Ross Stores, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|77.53|27129785611|17.24|08/18/2022| |TPR|Tapestry, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|33.33|8392571120|10.75|08/18/2022| |DE|Deere & Company|Industrials|310.87|95012937479|16.22|08/19/2022| |MDT|Medtronic plc|Healthcare|90.22|120059635084|24.73|08/23/2022| |INTU|Intuit Inc.|Technology|417.62|117800953600|47.42|08/23/2022| |BBY|Best Buy Co., Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|74.69|16817828345|8.28|08/23/2022| |AAP|Advance Auto Parts, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|183.1|11103149581|20.39|08/23/2022| |CRM|Salesforce, Inc.|Technology|185.92|184990435362|180.46|08/24/2022| |ADSK|Autodesk, Inc.|Technology|192.48|41820532879|87.35|08/24/2022| |ULTA|Ulta Beauty, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|410.54|21273395005|20.32|08/24/2022| |NTAP|NetApp, Inc.|Technology|66.81|14777730083|16.33|08/24/2022| |DG|Dollar General Corporation|Consumer Defensive|247.9|56272554914|25.42|08/25/2022| |HPQ|HP Inc.|Technology|35.23|36432681266|6.31|08/25/2022| |DLTR|Dollar Tree, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|157.21|35302450267|24.02|08/25/2022| |SJM|The J. M. Smucker Company|Consumer Defensive|128.88|13720294671|22.08|08/25/2022| |CTLT|Catalent, Inc.|Healthcare|109.61|19643558961|39.46|08/29/2022| |NDSN|Nordson Corporation|Industrials|204.94|11786462284|24.92|08/29/2022| |PVH|PVH Corp.|Consumer Cyclical|63.35|4241949473|4.57|08/30/2022|

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Category 3 (part 2)

|Ticker|Name|Sector|Price|Market cap|P/E|Earnings date| :--|:--|:--|--:|--:|:-:|--:| |SRE|Sempra|Utilities|149.44|46969695135|47.26|08/04/2022| |HSY|The Hershey Company|Consumer Defensive|220.96|45430393796|28.38|08/04/2022| |AIG|American International Group, Inc.|Financial|52.77|41803966925|4.55|08/04/2022| |RSG|Republic Services, Inc.|Industrials|129.9|41034225981|30.75|08/04/2022| |DLR|Digital Realty Trust, Inc.|Real Estate|138.8|39512516108|28.78|08/04/2022| |CTVA|Corteva, Inc.|Basic Materials|53.56|38761000000|22.95|08/04/2022| |WELL|Welltower Inc.|Real Estate|83.36|37842747749|111.38|08/04/2022| |XEL|Xcel Energy Inc.|Utilities|68.56|37341422062|22.97|08/04/2022| |MSI|Motorola Solutions, Inc.|Technology|217.33|36358635583|29.77|08/04/2022| |AJG|Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.|Financial|165.25|34713737000|36.26|08/04/2022| |ED|Consolidated Edison, Inc.|Utilities|92.93|32924625165|21.48|08/04/2022| |YUM|Yum! Brands, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|114.42|32628441473|20.78|08/04/2022| |PH|Parker-Hannifin Corporation|Industrials|253.1|32490953983|19.57|08/04/2022| |HLT|Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|116.71|32484092452|45|08/04/2022| |IFF|International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.|Basic Materials|121.41|30939882513|55.78|08/04/2022| |RMD|ResMed Inc.|Healthcare|211.5|30939192900|39.85|08/04/2022| |CARR|Carrier Global Corporation|Industrials|36.3|30791176692|12.04|08/04/2022| |DXCM|DexCom, Inc.|Healthcare|77.67|30485761660|151.95|08/04/2022| |ILMN|Illumina, Inc.|Healthcare|193.93|30466401849|42.3|08/04/2022| |ES|Eversource Energy|Utilities|83.35|28745589108|22.16|08/04/2022| |APTV|Aptiv PLC|Consumer Cyclical|97.09|26304680088|82.01|08/04/2022| |MTD|Mettler-Toledo International Inc.|Healthcare|1146.9|26012036623|33.68|08/04/2022| |EIX|Edison International|Utilities|62.79|23935560906|40.89|08/04/2022| |CBRE|CBRE Group, Inc.|Real Estate|73.13|23903307467|12.64|08/04/2022| |K|Kellogg Company|Consumer Defensive|70.72|23894350684|15.75|08/04/2022| |BALL|Ball Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|71.59|22893679020|20.93|08/04/2022| |AEE|Ameren Corporation|Utilities|87.91|22700683769|22.52|08/04/2022| |LH|Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings|Healthcare|242.56|22485309348|11.14|08/04/2022| |WST|West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.|Healthcare|301.18|22310091677|33.58|08/04/2022| |FTV|Fortive Corporation|Technology|56.28|20173447374|31.24|08/04/2022| |PPL|PPL Corporation|Utilities|27.08|19928250475|32.08|08/04/2022| |MLM|Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.|Basic Materials|309.68|19313341389|29.44|08/04/2022| |CMS|CMS Energy Corporation|Utilities|65.19|18913516737|13.99|08/04/2022| |EPAM|EPAM Systems, Inc.|Technology|326.01|18631843709|41.69|08/04/2022| |CNP|CenterPoint Energy, Inc.|Utilities|28.85|18159601005|11.46|08/04/2022| |PWR|Quanta Services, Inc.|Industrials|125.98|18104447704|38.22|08/04/2022| |HBAN|Huntington Bancshares Incorporated|Financial|12.51|18004079579|17.29|08/04/2022| |ESS|Essex Property Trust, Inc.|Real Estate|261.71|17098304105|43.36|08/04/2022| |PARA|Paramount Global|Communication Services|25.76|16822511477|#N/A|08/04/2022| |EXPE|Expedia Group, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|102.34|16077378042|81.62|08/04/2022| |IP|International Paper Company|Consumer Cyclical|42.84|15877754984|9.46|08/04/2022| |SWKS|Skyworks Solutions, Inc.|Technology|98.03|15775585386|11.9|08/04/2022| |WAB|Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation|Industrials|85.05|15534187442|26.93|08/04/2022| |BIO|Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.|Healthcare|507.84|15160740389|#N/A|08/04/2022| |CAH|Cardinal Health, Inc.|Healthcare|54.45|14833672137|#N/A|08/04/2022| |EVRG|Evergy, Inc.|Utilities|64.11|14711847542|18.2|08/04/2022| |CPT|Camden Property Trust|Real Estate|135.11|14392025353|40.71|08/04/2022| |LNT|Alliant Energy Corporation|Utilities|57.32|14376641207|18.46|08/04/2022| |IRM|Iron Mountain Incorporated|Real Estate|49.46|14371171523|32.24|08/04/2022| |LKQ|LKQ Corporation|Consumer Cyclical|49.92|14119017850|13.35|08/04/2022| |TECH|Bio-Techne Corporation|Healthcare|352.76|13840013370|64.35|08/04/2022| |TXT|Textron Inc.|Industrials|60.62|13038343354|17.69|08/04/2022| |MAS|Masco Corporation|Industrials|51.8|12221712539|23.11|08/04/2022| |TAP|Molson Coors Beverage Company|Consumer Defensive|55.77|12104711289|11.31|08/04/2022| |TFX|Teleflex Incorporated|Healthcare|258.05|12102554749|25.1|08/04/2022| |REG|Regency Centers Corporation|Real Estate|61.48|10596834125|22.1|08/04/2022| |WRK|WestRock Company|Consumer Cyclical|40.64|10357176996|13.7|08/04/2022| |NRG|NRG Energy, Inc.|Utilities|38.32|9092703647|2.33|08/04/2022| |AOS|A. O. Smith Corporation|Industrials|55.82|8708305110|17.56|08/04/2022| |HII|Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.|Industrials|215.34|8623761747|16.16|08/04/2022| |NLSN|Nielsen Holdings plc|Industrials|23.53|8463581242|17.14|08/04/2022| |MHK|Mohawk Industries, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|127.95|8129868595|8.34|08/04/2022| |PNW|Pinnacle West Capital Corporation|Utilities|71.75|8107821750|13.54|08/04/2022| |XRAY|DENTSPLY SIRONA Inc.|Healthcare|36.76|7919996778|21.87|08/04/2022| |PENN|Penn National Gaming, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|32.12|5357702545|14.83|08/04/2022| |BRK.B|Berkshire Hathaway Inc.|Financial|278.28|613961100000|0|08/05/2022| |D|Dominion Energy, Inc.|Utilities|78.14|63392660746|21.88|08/05/2022| |ABC|AmerisourceBergen Corporation|Healthcare|148.46|31097026846|18.14|08/05/2022| |VTR|Ventas, Inc.|Real Estate|51.23|20476395159|135.01|08/05/2022| |NCLH|Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.|Consumer Cyclical|13.22|5540516653|#N/A|08/05/2022| |APD|Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.|Basic Materials|252.08|55904613870|25.1|08/08/2022| |TSN|Tyson Foods, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|85.8|31020931043|7.37|08/08/2022| |STE|STERIS plc|Healthcare|207.89|20805631138|83.81|08/08/2022| |CF|CF Industries Holdings, Inc.|Basic Materials|83.32|17380693580|10.75|08/08/2022| |PFG|Principal Financial Group, Inc.|Financial|68.55|17321495826|11.77|08/08/2022| |VTRS|Viatris Inc.|Healthcare|10.96|13287103966|80.08|08/08/2022| |DISH|DISH Network Corporation|Communication Services|18.85|9990402182|5.42|08/08/2022| |SYY|Sysco Corporation|Consumer Defensive|85.57|43595844050|44.04|08/09/2022| |TDG|TransDigm Group Incorporated|Industrials|538.75|29418761612|37.51|08/09/2022| |EBAY|eBay Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|45.67|25567987681|2.68|08/10/2022| |DIS|The Walt Disney Company|Communication Services|97.78|178104605516|67.46|08/11/2022| |CEG|Constellation Energy Corporation|Utilities|59.28|19366704465|#N/A|08/11/2022| |BR|Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.|Technology|145.59|17067049382|31.24|08/11/2022| |OGN|Organon & Co.|Healthcare|35.86|9095426560|7.02|08/11/2022| |WMT|Walmart Inc.|Consumer Defensive|123.72|339135081346|26.58|08/16/2022| |HD|The Home Depot, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|283|290854382000|17.96|08/16/2022| |A|Agilent Technologies, Inc.|Healthcare|121.29|36230293593|29.25|08/16/2022| |AMCR|Amcor plc|Consumer Cyclical|12.41|18649325830|19.96|08/16/2022| |JKHY|Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.|Technology|182.9|13326426433|37.55|08/16/2022| |NVDA|NVIDIA Corporation|Technology|171.26|428149986267|45.96|08/17/2022| |CSCO|Cisco Systems, Inc.|Technology|44.1|182616461981|15.47|08/17/2022| |LOW|Lowe's Companies, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|182.84|116858344019|14.9|08/17/2022| |ADI|Analog Devices, Inc.|Technology|149.69|77809761409|42.46|08/17/2022| |TJX|The TJX Companies, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|60.24|70579354606|21.83|08/17/2022| |TGT|Target Corporation|Consumer Defensive|150.42|69749196596|12.47|08/17/2022| |SNPS|Synopsys, Inc.|Technology|317.47|48563449580|49.42|08/17/2022| |KEYS|Keysight Technologies, Inc.|Technology|140.48|25278799263|25.41|08/17/2022| |BBWI|Bath & Body Works, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|30.95|7079363899|6.64|08/17/2022| |EL|The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.|Consumer Defensive|270.2|96555217802|29.53|08/18/2022| |AMAT|Applied Materials, Inc.|Technology|97.36|84698059922|12.99|08/18/2022| |ROST|Ross Stores, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|77.53|27129785611|17.24|08/18/2022| |TPR|Tapestry, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|33.33|8392571120|10.75|08/18/2022| |DE|Deere & Company|Industrials|310.87|95012937479|16.22|08/19/2022| |MDT|Medtronic plc|Healthcare|90.22|120059635084|24.73|08/23/2022| |INTU|Intuit Inc.|Technology|417.62|117800953600|47.42|08/23/2022| |BBY|Best Buy Co., Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|74.69|16817828345|8.28|08/23/2022| |AAP|Advance Auto Parts, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|183.1|11103149581|20.39|08/23/2022| |CRM|Salesforce, Inc.|Technology|185.92|184990435362|180.46|08/24/2022| |ADSK|Autodesk, Inc.|Technology|192.48|41820532879|87.35|08/24/2022| |ULTA|Ulta Beauty, Inc.|Consumer Cyclical|410.54|21273395005|20.32|08/24/2022| |NTAP|NetApp, Inc.|Technology|66.81|14777730083|16.33|08/24/2022| |DG|Dollar General Corporation|Consumer Defensive|247.9|56272554914|25.42|08/25/2022| |HPQ|HP Inc.|Technology|35.23|36432681266|6.31|08/25/2022| |DLTR|Dollar Tree, Inc.|Consumer Defensive|157.21|35302450267|24.02|08/25/2022| |SJM|The J. M. Smucker Company|Consumer Defensive|128.88|13720294671|22.08|08/25/2022| |CTLT|Catalent, Inc.|Healthcare|109.61|19643558961|39.46|08/29/2022| |NDSN|Nordson Corporation|Industrials|204.94|11786462284|24.92|08/29/2022| |PVH|PVH Corp.|Consumer Cyclical|63.35|4241949473|4.57|08/30/2022|

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My advice is value stocks like DELL + HPQ/HPE + TITN + CONN + AAN + UNFI + CPNG + STKL + RCMT. META is also a value stock. I bought some on Friday.

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Do you mean those are not value stocks? DELL + HPE/HPQ + META + INTC are also value stocks you might know

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I like value stocks. DELL + HPQ/HPE + META + ASO. Also CONN + TITN + AAN + UNFI + CPNG + STKL + RCMT + WIRE

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THO is one of the best value stocks in terms of really low index . You can't compare it with SHOP or Mongo B that aren't value stocks.

I think the RV business has huge future. The population is getting older and many people especially couples decide that's the way to travel and many do sell their houses to live in an RV. Others can have one just for occasional travel or I suppose rent one.

Other value stocks are DELL + HPQ/HPE + ASO. Or WIRE + TITN + AAN + UNFI + STKL + CPNG + RCMT

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Since you are into small and mid-cap take a look at these value stocks: WIRE + TITN + CONN + AAN + UNFI + STKL + CPNG + RCMT . DELL + HPQ/HPE too

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I developed a value index that works extremely well to identify good value companies. Did this on spreadsheet for 160 stocks mentioned on here .

DELL + HPQ + HPE + META + ASO. Also WIRE + TITN + CONN + AAN + UNFI + STKL + CPNG + RCMT.

P/(sales/outstanding shares ) = X

Companies above have low index, most under 2.

They also have low debt + PE + P + P/FCF

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> that have 1-2% in option premium ~30-45 DTE at 30 delta when selling CC's

I understand the DTE and delta part, but what does 1-2% option premium mean? You mean if the stock is $100 you want at least $.01 of credit at 30 delta? Why? That seems arbitrary and may put a potentially unreasonable floor under IV.

Also, why do you care about whether it pays a dividend or not? I avoid ex-div dates like the plague for my Wheels. Who needs that kind of hassle?

Here's my Wheel watch list, which has more to do with company/fund fundamentals and relatively low share price than anything else: BAC, COP, HAL, HPQ, MGM, OXY, PARA, PFE, PSX, SCHW, T, WY, XLF.

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Value stocks: DELL + HPQ/HPE + ASO. WIRE + TITN + CONN + AAN + UNFI + RCMT + STKL.

I was down over 65% so a week ago sold most of my stocks at a 10K loss and bought krypto stocks. My portfolio is not retirement but I still wanna get back. Oil and mining too many stocks to choose from. Krypto only a few . So far ok but it could turn.

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DELL + HPQ/HPE + ASO + WIRE + TITN + STKL + RCMT + CPNG + CONN are great value stocks

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P/(sales/outstanding shares)= X

DELL (0.35) HPQ/HPE (0.61/0.64) .These are great value stocks cuz also low debt + PE/PEG/ P/FCF

IBM (2.11) AAPL (6.50) MSFT 10.59.

DIS 54 TSLA 83 NVIDIA 181

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Value stocks like DELL + HPE + HPQ + ASO. Also STKL + UNFI + RCMT + TITN + CONN + AAN + WIRE

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How about just hpq

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It's your choice . Take a look at DELL + HPE + HPQ. Very low value index + low debt + low PEG/PE/ P/FCF

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Check out Pyrogenesis, Well Health, HPQ silicon if you are Canadian. But Tesla and Amazon is always good. Good companies always grow, 3 - 30 years, they will most like grow. All stocks are down because of covid and the Russian-Ukraine war, but modern wars can't last that long, it is expensive for countries to keep fighting, big institutions like big businesses and stock exchanges, won't close. Good companies always bounce back, how cab people live without them? The world will always advance and get richer as time goes on, unless earth's resources depletes, which will not happen in your life time. As a company profit raises, it becomes more popular, because people have emotions and they get excited to buy its stock, which is what actually causes the stock price to rise, a self fulfilling prophecy, but it always occurs

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Here is a general list:

MSFT, AAPL, HPQ, INTC, LMT, JNJ, TGT, LOW, HD, WMT, WM, PEP, KO, MMM, PG

These are ones I can think of at the top of my head

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