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Medtronic plc

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Earnings this week.

$ZM $XPEV $HEI $AAP $A $BBY $TOL $WOOF $ATHM $JWN $SBLK $QFIN $NVDA $BNS $BMO $SNOW $ZTO $SPLK $UHAL $WSM $DXC $CHNG $DKS $NTNX $SGHC $BOX $BABA $COST $RY $MDT $TD $CM $MRVL $DG $BIDU $WDAY $VMW $DELL $DLTR $ULTA $M $IQ $PDD $BIG $CGC

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Some implied moves for earnings next week->
$NVDA 11.2%
$SNOW 19.6%
$ZM 21.7%
$BABA 9.5%
$COST 8.8%
$ULTA 9.9%
$MRVL 11.5%
$WDAY 11.4%
$ZS 17.3%
$ADSK 10.3%
$DELL 11.4%
$VMW 8.5%
$FTCH 33.3%
$MDT 4.4%
$M 15.6%
$DG 9.6%
$DLTR 12.5%
$BIDU 9.9%
$BURL 15.4%
$CGC 18.5%
$BIG 20.4%
$PDD 16.0%
$SPLK 12.2%
$WSM 15.9%
$BOX 11.9%
$NTNX 13.3%
$ELF 12.9%
$XPEV 13.3%
$AAP 12.5%
$NDSN 8.2%
$BBY 14.2%
$AZO 7.9%
$DKS 12.8%
$ANF 15.8%
$WOOF 12.2%
$RL 13.6%
$CSIQ 10.4%
$INTU 9.6%
$A 9.2%
$TOL 7.5%

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Some implied moves for earnings next week->

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$NVDA 11.2%
$SNOW 19.6%
$ZM 21.7%
$BABA 9.5%
$COST 8.8%
$ULTA 9.9%
$MRVL 11.5%
$WDAY 11.4%
$ZS 17.3%
$ADSK 10.3%
$DELL 11.4%
$VMW 8.5%
$FTCH 33.3%
$MDT 4.4%
$M 15.6%
$DG 9.6%
$DLTR 12.5%
$BIDU 9.9%
$BURL 15.4%
$CGC 18.5%
$BIG 20.4%
$PDD 16.0%
$SPLK 12.2%
$WSM 15.9%
$BOX 11.9%
$NTNX 13.3%
$ELF 12.9%
$XPEV 13.3%
$AAP 12.5%
$NDSN 8.2%
$BBY 14.2%
$AZO 7.9%
$DKS 12.8%
$ANF 15.8%
$WOOF 12.2%
$RL 13.6%
$CSIQ 10.4%
$INTU 9.6%
$A 9.2%
$TOL 7.5%

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Only speaking for the healthcare stocks, CSTL and NGM are simply awful. ABT and JNJ are OK, but I was surprised names LLY, MRK, TMO, MDT, ISRG, SYK, etc. were not there instead. If you want speculative small caps for high potential growth, there are way better options.

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MDT, NVDA, AMD, ABNB, CRWD, TTD

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I certainly am with BA, MMM, MDT, SQ, and RAD.

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Healthcare/med tech....UNH, CVS, ABT, MDT, LH, BSX, BDX.

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Skittish Stock Traders Are Bracing for $2 Trillion Option Expiration BofA survey shows optimism about global growth at record low It’s not an easy time, particularly for stocks: Katy Kaminski ByVildana Hajric+Follow April 13, 2022, 2:16 PM MDT Inflation is surging, central banks are on the move and now it’s earnings season. To top it all off, stock traders face the market-roiling potential of a monthly options expiration estimated at more than $2 trillion.

Roughly $495 billion in single-stock derivatives are set to expire Thursday, with another $980 billion of S&P 500-linked contracts and $170 billion in options tied to the State Street fund tracking the S&P 500 all running out as the holiday-shortened week ends, according to estimates from Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Rocky Fishman. Such volumes have been a source of volatility in the past year.

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While nothing is ever assured in markets, indexes have exhibited a consistent pattern of declining on days when contracts are closed out. This time around, it comes as stocks are suffering through yet another bout of volatility, with the S&P 500 notching only four positive days since the start of the month.

It isn’t out of the ordinary to get a monthly expiration on a Thursday in April, but other “wrinkles arise because it can coincide with tax day and the start of earnings season, both of which we’re getting now,” said Steve Sosnick, chief strategist at Interactive Brokers LLC. The deadline for Americans to file their tax returns is April 18.

relates to Skittish Stock Traders Are Bracing for $2 Trillion Option Expiration Source: Goldman SachsSource: Bloomberg With monetary and fiscal support receding, investors have been hunkering down -- and the mood has turned gloomy. A survey by Bank of America Corp. showed fund-manager optimism about global growth is at a record low. The greatest number since 2008 are predicting a stagflationary period of lower growth and still-high inflation. Sentiment is “poor,” said the bank’s strategist. Managers remain in the “‘sell-the-rally’ camp,” and view previous selloffs as just an “appetizer.”

Others are dialing back their optimism. JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Marko Kolanovic, once a steadfast bull, said investors who previously raised stock holdings should now take profits and shift some money to government bonds. Truist Advisory Services’ Keith Lerner downgraded his view on equities, cutting them to neutral from attractive, while saying that the range of potential economic and market outcomes was “unusually wide.”

A cautious stance is prevalent in single-stock data, too. The 20-day average of Cboe’s put-call volume ratio for single stocks has risen from a four-month low, showing an increase in moves to hedge against price drops. Meanwhile, the Cboe Volatility Index, a gauge of prices on S&P 500 options, has swung wildly this month, from as low as 18.6 to as high as 24.37. It was in the middle of that range as of 3:50 p.m. Wednesday.

“Given the backdrop of political uncertainty and supply-chain issues, I think it’s not an easy time, particularly for the equity markets,” Katy Kaminski, chief research strategist at AlphaSimplex, said in a phone interview. Inflation, for instance, “has more room to run than most people would like to think. They keep thinking everything is just going to go back to normal and I think it could take quite a while.”

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> was one of the firm believers of crypto since the start, back when everyone thought it was a scam that would be dead by next week. And the next week came, then the next week, then the next week, and it still stuck. Could it really be here to stay?
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>Up to now, crypto has done a good job for investors, and that’s undeniable. Many investors love crypto, and for good reason. It’s volatile, fast, open 24/7, pretty much everything an investor needs. Open field to start playing. But there have been attempts to make it actually usable and transcend that role, to relative success.
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>Utility for crypto is myriad, yet rare. Cryptocurrency has so much utility, especially now that there’s a coin for literally every task you could think of. Want to preserve your data? MDT, want e-commerce? Exeno. Want NFTs? Sol.
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>Yet, despite all of this, these utilities have only been rarely used, so far. Yes, I understand that this is still rowing now as we speak. But it still relatively used only for trading and leveraging, I think that usage in according to all those promoted utilities will make it some really publicity with the people.
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>Let’s not forget that mass adoption is within grasp. Look at places like El Salvador, or Ukraine accepting donations in crypto, or Russia asking to sell gas for BTC. It’s real out there.

if you also consider the super high levels of leverage it has if it goes down a bit then it will go down a lot more :)

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> Cryptocurrency has so much utility, especially now that there’s a coin for literally every task you could think of. Want to preserve your data? MDT, want e-commerce? Exeno. Want NFTs? Sol.

Imagine if this was how ordinary currencies worked. "Want to buy groceries? Food Bucks. Want to buy clothes? Clothes Bucks. Plane tickets? Travel Bucks. There's a different kind of dollar for everything!"

Either the crypto people have lost their goddamn minds or I have, or maybe both. I honestly don't know anymore.

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I am; I have a portfolio made almost entirely on blue-chip dividend growth stocks, spread across ~34 positions in 6-7 sectors. Currently up about 3% in the past 3 months, 12% in the past 6 months. Beating all 3 indexes.

Positions are: $A, $AAPL, $ABBV, $AFL, $ALL, $AVGO, $CLX, $CVX, $ENB, $EPD, $FLO, $HII, $JNJ, $KMB, $KO, $KR, $LMT, $LOW, $MAIN, $MDT, $MO, $MRK, $MS, $MSFT, $O, $OKE, $PEP, $PFE, $PG, $STAG, $T, $TGT, $TROW, and $XOM

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There's a dichotomy. Some healthcare is still being affected by covid. A lot of healthcare companies had their business drop during covid. I own Medtronic, MDT. Elective surgery has almost stopped for 2 years and they took a hit. However, their forward p/e is around 17 because it's assumed that it will start up again, and even grow die to a backlog.

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Type 1 diabetic here. I’ve been a DXCM customer since 2015 and always up to date on diabetes technology. Dexcom is the best continuous glucose monitor on the market right now and I can’t see another company leapfrogging them. Medtronic is a close competitor, but I couldn’t switch back to Dexcom fast enough after trying MDT out for a year. Dexcom’s accuracy and length of wear is superior, and their customer service is great. Although, the scope of the company is limited to glucose sensors. I used to think they’d be bought out, but I no longer see that happening anytime soon (my guess was always Tandem, since you’d wear the Dexcom sensor with the Tandem insulin pump). I think investing in diabetes technology is worth a look at, as diagnosis are on an uptick and projected to increase exponentially over time.

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Specifically, VTR, WELL, hospitals like HCA and SEM, BSX, MDT, UNH, HUM CVS, PFE, BMY, ABBV, JNJ. Also, home Healthcare like LHCG, ADUS, AMED.

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Medtronic $MDT

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The Navajo-Hopi Nation Time Zone Donut would still exist. Navajo Nation would be on MDT inside of AZ and Hopi Nation, which is inside of Navajo Nation, would be on MST as well.

It makes for a confusing drive through northeast AZ.

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MHK - one of the largest flooring companies in the world. Trading at P/E of 8.66. 4% of their revenue comes from Russia so they took a hit recently. Revenue trends are solid and they look to benefit from a housing shortage across western countries.

WSM - popular home goods and furniture brands. Same story as a lot of retail in 2021: moved to more direct to consumer sales online and financial metrics are steadily improving.

VSTO - thought of as a weapons/ammo producer, which they are, but they’ve been acquiring outdoor recreation brands at a fast clip and are crushing it. Camelback and Bell bike helmets are two of their brands. Tons more. Some recent tech acquisitions as well.

CARR - Like MHK, they stand to profit from housing shortage. Who doesn’t want an air condition with a new house?

MMM - Headwinds of lawsuits and supply chain woes. Tailwinds of governments desire to onshore more manufacturing. Attractive margins and return on equity of 42%. Trading at 5 year low with 4.2% dividend.

ASOMY - Favorite of a lot of big name value investors. ASOS uses a similar business model to Amazon retail but selects trendier clothing.

MDT - took a hit from COVID with elective surgeries down. Should bounce back with strong growth projected for at least a decade. Well positioned to return value back to share holders or make acquisitions at low prices as interest rates spike.

XM - the value of consumer data has never been higher. Bit pricey and risky with profit further in the future but equally large possible return here.

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She also recommended Medtronic MDT that I bought. That didn't work out so well for me since it's down over 17%. The day after she said that, they did get an approval from the EU, but the stock didn't bounce up that much.

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

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ENB

MO

WU

BTI

GILD

ABBV

IBM

PM

UNM

XOM

VTRS

AMGN

LEG

BEN

UGI

MMM

xle

WBA

Ul

EFA

MRK

T

jpm

BMO

PFE

KHC

VZ

CLX

KMB

HD

DUK

SO

PEP

SJM

SBUX

ITW

OZK

INTC

xlp

CAH

BMY

K

MET

KO

ED

MDT

TROW

MDLZ

csco

IVZ

LMT

xlre

BAC

xlu

AOS

cpb

HRL

xlf

CAT

MCD

D

JNJ

APD

HON

PBCT

NEE

CMCSA

LHX

RHHBY

BLK

PG

CL

MDT

xlb

GPC

GD

xlv

ATO

SYY

ROST

UPS

cinf

SHW

ADM

lin

RTX

SWK

xli

SPY

hsy

EMR

LOW

MKC

ABT

WM

CB

DIS

xlk

BDX

NKE

WMT

PPG

LRLCY

CHD

EXPD

TGT

xlc

WFC

ALB

SPGI

xly

AAPL

BRO

ROP

WST

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HIG and MDT are at decent prices and both pay more than 2%.

FANG is about to go Ex-dividend and pays a solid special dividend too, but it's run up a ton.

MPC pays a great dividend, and isn't expensive, bit probably due for a selloff.

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I've been trading full time since 2016. I've had savagely devastating years as I've traded through presidential elections, trade wars with China, collapse of the interest rates, pandemic, and now war.

My biggest mistake, one that I will NEVER repeat is to trade too big. My largest position these days is 2% of my account. This way if something goes against me one position can't wipe me out.

Second mistake is trading underlyings that have terrible liquidity. Currently SPY is the gold standard with mostly penny wide bid/ask... Now take a look at something like MDT or VMW - untradeable. The liquidity has dried up making fills difficult anywhere near a decent mid-price. Hard to enter, even harder to exit... It's a trap.

Earnings are another thing I avoid if possible. The IV crush makes for a quick buck... but it can take 10+ winning earnings trades to make up for 1 mishap... not good odds there. FB, DOCU, ROKU, SHOP... these are all examples of why I don't trade through earnings.

Avoid the big indexes SPY, QQQ, IWM, & DIA. When I want short deltas RIGHT NOW, this is where I have to do it. It balances my deltas, but I fucking hate it. These are the metrics the world measures financial power. There will always be buying pressure to push these towards ATH. Unfortunately these are so BLOATED with the feds printing press that I can't be involved on the long side... and because of the institutional focus on pushing these higher my shorts always get run over with the rally... I am not the kind of person to "buy the dip". Trade as a LAST RESORT.

In the next week or so all my March positions have to roll to April. I have inverted positions, unrealized losses, positions that are stressing me with the wild swings. Currently I have about 50% of my capital allocated, and would like to scale that back to around 30%. IVR is too high, and even though my greeks are in line, that theta hasn't worked, nor will it until the week of expiration.

I have no confidence in the market, or my trades... but I make them anyway because this is what I chose to do with my brain, money, and time.

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“You miss one hundred percent of the shots you don't take.”

Wayne Gretzky

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MDT is up after earnings. What's your opinion of this stock?

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Some implied moves for #earnings next week - 934 companies reporting:

And the explanation on how I get the implied moves(and how I use them) : https://www.optionmillionaires.com/implied-moves-earnings-explanation/

$BABA 8.1%

$SQ 13.6%

$COIN 12.9%

$BYND 14.8%

$ETSY 14.7%

$OPEN 17.9%

$INTU 6.3%

$AXON 13.2%

$CARG 14.8%

$MRNA 11.9%

$SPCE 17.1%

$W 16.6%

$NTES 8.0%

$DISCA 12.4%

$DOCN 21.6%

$PLNT 11.1%

$PZZA 9.7%

$CARS 15.2%

$ATHM 14.9%

$WOW 11.4%

$RUTH 13.0%

$PRFT 12.1%

$RKT 10.7%

$DELL 7.9%

$FL 10.5%

$TREE 17.2%

$LI 9.2%

$TDOC 13.0%

$MELI 12.4%

$FUBO 18.5%

$SKLZ 20.6%

$LMND 19.6%

$CLOV 18.4%

$EBAY 8.3%

$NTAP 7.5%

$MGNI 23.0%

$BKNG 6.3%

$AMED 13.7%

$BAND 18.6%

$AAN 19.6%

$RCII 15.3%

$PANW 9.0%

$NKLA 14.6%

$A 8.0%

$MOS 8.7%

$RIG 12.4%

$RNG 12.7%

$CZR 8.7%

$HD 5.2%

$LOW 6.1%

$TJX 6.1%

$OSTK 17.9%

$TAP 8.9%

$LL 11.1%

$BHC 9.0%

$CLVS 21.1%

$TUP 18.4%

$SSYS 12.4%

$LIVN 19.8%

$RVLV 15.3%

$M 12.9%

$MDT 4.6%

$CBRL 9.3%

$DNUT 17.5%

$TRU 8.0%

$TPX 11.0%

$EXAS 10.4%

$RXT 17.3%

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Here are some predicted moves After earnings are released. This is not the volatility of the stock, just a prediction based on past moves.

|Symbol Company |Earning Date |Predicted after earnings| |-------------------------|---------------|:----------------------:| |LCID Lucid Group Inc |02/21 After | 23% | |APA APA |02/21 After | 2% | |WMB Williams Co |02/21 After | 2% | |TNDM Tandem Diabetes.. |02/22 After | 9% | |TDOC Teladoc |02/22 After | 7% | |EXAS Exact Sciences |02/22 After | 7% | |PANW Palo Alto Netwo.. |02/22 After | 7% | |RNG RingCentral |02/22 After | 6% | |SPCE Virgin Galactic.. |02/22 After | 5% | |CZR Caesars Enterta.. |02/22 After | 4% | |RIG Transocean |02/22 After | 4% | |MOS Mosaic Co |02/22 After | 4% | |TOL Toll Brothers |02/22 After | 4% | |RRC Range Resources |02/22 After | 3% | |M Macy's |02/22 before | 6% | |FLR Fluor |02/22 before | 5% | |HL Hecla Mining Co.. |02/22 before | 4% | |HD Home Depot |02/22 before | 2% | |MDT Medtronic |02/22 before | 2% | |HSBC HSBC Holdings |02/22 before | 2% | |ROOT Root Inc |02/23 After | 14% | |LMND Lemonade |02/23 After | 12% | |RVLV Revolve Group I.. |02/23 After | 11% | |SKLZ Skillz |02/23 After | 9% | |FUBO fuboTV |02/23 After | 9% | |OLED Universal Displ.. |02/23 After | 9% | |NTAP NetApp |02/23 After | 6% | |CLOV Clover Health I.. |02/23 After | 6% | |EBAY Ebay |02/23 After | 5% | |BKNG Booking Holding.. |02/23 After | 5% | |AHT Ashford Hospita.. |02/23 After | 4% | |CTRA |02/23 After | 2% | |JMIA Jumia Technolog.. |02/23 before | 13% | |OSTK Overstock |02/23 before | 11% | |LL Lumber Liquidat.. |02/23 before | 10% | |SSYS Stratasys |02/23 before | 8% | |CSTM Constellium |02/23 before | 6% | |CLVS Clovis Oncology |02/23 before | 6% | |TJX TJX Companies |02/23 before | 3% | |PBR Petroleo Brasil.. |02/23 before | 3% | |LOW Lowe's |02/23 before | 3% | |HFC Hollyfrontier |02/23 before | 3% | |HLF Herbalife |02/23 After | 6% | |BHC Bausch Health C.. |02/23 Before | 6% | |NKTR Nektar Therapeu.. |02/24 After | 6% | |SQ Square Inc |02/24 After | 6% | |ENDP Endo Internatio.. |02/24 Before | 7% | |LI Li Auto |02/24 Before | 6% | |VMW VMware |02/24 Before | 6% |

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Fuck mdt they laid me off years ago to replace me with a temp worker while I was going to school to advance in the company

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Forget about a bear market, when everybody is pessimistic, it's time to buy. Let's load $PYPL, $BABA, $MDT, $T

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Over the long term my advice is to stick to DTE and % profit to close trades. Trying to time the market is an exercise in insanity.

Win or lose, I am closing a position 14-7 DTE, and redeploying that capital in a monthly cycle with 45-30 DTE. Red/Green days are irrelevant (except when IVR is higher in highly liquid underlyings).

Ex: I had an inverted strangle in MDT (Medtronic) with a 110 short PUT and a 102 short call. With the rally the past two days the amount of premium was less than a dollar. 9 days before expiration, earnings prior to the next monthly cycle, and the bid/ask has widened out... meaning it's no longer a highly liquid trade. I closed my whole position for a small loss, and will redeploy that capital. After earnings if the liquidity picks up and the premium is attractive... only then would I re-enter a trade.

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Nothing.

Though if I was pushed to invest into something, $MDT looking nice at this price level.

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Yeah what you state is fair- less likely to beat the market. Institutional holding is at 65%. In comparison to Medtronic, another big global company with a nice dividend (2.44%) MCD is not doing as well- MDT has institutional holdings at nearly 80%.

Based upon that off the cuff analysis it seems like the whale dividend investors agree with you that they're less likely to beat the market than other securities out there.

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MDT . They’re the primary implantable device company for pacers, ICDs, loop recorders, among many other things. Considering the connection between obesity and a-fib, it seems like a pretty safe bet they’ll have plenty of market share for years to come. Plus it’s looking pretty good for a bounce after big sell off. Just a thought…

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>*Medtronic Announces FDA Approval Of Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy For Treating Chronic Pain Resulting From Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy $MDT

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-01-24 ^11:00:24 ^EST-0500

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MDT - fantastic price point for entry. Solid dividend growth.

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Because I may or may not agree with your outlook I'm going to give you an award, save this, and take note before I come back a year from now to see how this does.

MDT - 105.6

DXCM - 422.10

ABT - 125.83

NVO - 95.36

LLY - 243.06

PODD - 224.14

REGN - 621.4

EDPR - 46.15

PFE - 52.79

BMY -63.54

UBER - 35.94

GRUB - 10.35

EW - 112.65

BFIT - 26.01

EATZ - 21.07

IVC - 2.61

SLIM - 33.25

!remindme 1 year

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I'm long IJR, DD, XBI, QQQ, TNL, OC, MOS, LW, SWK, CC, TWTR, VEU, PDCO, LYB, BA, OKE, MKSI, STZ PTC, MDT, BLMN, VFC, MNST, XLE, XLP, APPS, KBE, KRE, MTZ, GPN, MSFT, A, BLL, COP. I'm short a bit of meme tech, so ARKK, SHOP, DDOG, DOCU, PD, GME, CFLT, AUR

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I feel stupid that since everything I bought based upon House member buys has gone down, especially MDT Medtronic that is down 16%.

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My other personal high conviction is that if there isn't a cost cap placed on device and medical tech companies(MDT, INTU) as well as Healthcare housing REITs and Home Health companies, the wealthier upper 1/2 of the aging population will spend all of their savings on what those sectors have to offer. It's just what I see.

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>FDA SAYS MEDTRONIC INC RECALLS HAWKONE DIRECTIONAL ATHERECTOMY SYSTEM DUE TO RISK OF TIP DAMAGE DURING USE $MDT

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-01-21 ^09:19:20 ^EST-0500

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I have been not buying since October of last year and continue to stack cash. Will Add PSA, MKC, MDT, AMT and PG when the time is right. I expect it to be June/July time frame. I have several different level of spy puts that I have been moving forward since OCT.

This was easy to see coming, but all the new investors here have no idea what is about to happen. They only know the market goes up. Time for a reality check.

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GOOGL @ 4.15% MSFT @ 3.27% MDT @ 2.95%

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Medtronic has recently bottomed due to bullshit FDA reasons and idiotic downgrades. It’s going back up - but I’m not trying to pump MDT here. The company is nearing an FDA approval of their Hugo surgical robot, which will likely take a large market share away from Intuitive Surgical. It’s not a cheap play, but long term Intuitive puts could be a big winner in the future.

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

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

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Anything other than semis. BA, MS, BAC, CRM, MDT. I’d sell FB and get GOOGL or MSFT instead. Maybe sell one of the semi names and get something from a different sector too

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Maintain a 50-50 mix of stable, large cap stocks paying dividends (big 5 Canadian banks +ENB ) + dividend paying index etf (US/CAN).

In a second account I have 3 stocks with close stop losses ensuring I don’t take a loss;

MDT (after the big drip) MU ATD (Canadian).

I stick to large cap, positive eps, market/sector leaders (leaders-ish), with solid leadership.

I know it won’t get me 150%+ gains per year but it works out well.

I got out of the US MSO (CURA/TRUL/GTII)…these are multiyear holds that swing 5%+ on some days and will make you queasy if you’re watching daily.

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NVDA, TSM, TSLA, GOOG, and MDT calls to kick off 2022!

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Struggled but will break out: NET, PYPL, APPS

Struggle but am neutral/unsure: MDT, SOFI, INTC

Struggled and will continue to struggle: RKLB (until maybe 2024-25).

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MDT (Medtronic). Seems to have had a really rough year and unfair loss after an FDA warning letter. High dividend (2 dollars and change a year). But it also seems like a pretty weak growth pick.

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Wont exist based on what? According to microaxis.com, GameStop has less than a 2% chance of bankruptcy. That’s 1.5% chance higher than apple and 25% lower than MDT (some stock you pitched in another comment).

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MDT

Medtronic on the dip. Lookin nice may take a position. Would love your thoughts.

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MDT down 6%. I am at cost average 130, worth loading up more at 105? Seems like a relatively stable company with high dividend.

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>*Medtronic Diabetes Receives FDA Warning Letter $MDT

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2021-12-15 ^06:45:40 ^EST-0500

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I’m looking at LMT MDT WMT as defensives with yield

And maybe… INTC?

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I’m currently in : AFL, ABBV, BMY, CSCO, JNJ, KMB, MDT, PG, VZ, WBA & XOM. Mainly all dividend “aristocrats” however I mainly looked for companies I liked and seem positioned to do well. For me as well

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I'm not going to list 80 tickers, but will talk philosophy instead. Performance has varied a lot because I buy over time. Energy, finance, and materials have been awesome with some 100% plus returns, but that's mostly because I bought during the March 2020 lows. NUE is up 174%. I wouldn't buy NUE at this price, but I'm more than happy to hold it, collect the dividend, and use the increased leverage for options plays. Some stocks I own are well down today, but I don't plan to sell them. For example MDT is down 8% since I bought it earlier this year, but it will recover and perform in due time. I am buying a few shares of MDT here and there and collecting the dividend while I wait for recovery.

It's a huge advantage to diversify. Some people don't want to put thought and time into it, which is totally fine, but these people won't get the advantages. Diversification gives you an edge, for free.

The strongest indicator BY FAR for a stock's performance in my portfolio is the length of time I have owned the stock. Way more important than any other factor.

My original plan was solid with an 8% return overall. If I can get 8% reliably, I can retire in 2 years. This year returned 25% and I could not possibly be happier with tripling my minimum expectations.

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She had inside on MDT. Day after she said she bought it, EU approved their most promising product.

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>Toyota mdt tech here: i rock an 08 Prius, i bought it for 2k

You didn't really answer his question considering these prices no longer exist.

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First time in a while Medtronic (MDT) has had a spike this big. I forgot why I even bought this pick. Anyone have opinions on MDT?

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Toyota mdt tech here: i rock an 08 Prius, i bought it for 2k, it gets 40mpg hwy, and they dont break very often. The occasional hv cell that you can have someone come out and change instead of the whole hv battery, and the gauge cluster will go out eventually. Just replace or repair.

Having a car that old insurance and reg is cheap, used parts are around, and finding one to buy in fair-good shape isnt hard. Be aware though: 2nd and 3rd gen Prius are a 160k car. Around 160k is when they need brakes, batterys, etc. Also 2nd gen burns oil like a mf, expect adding 1 qt of oil every 1500 miles. Also super common for head gasket failure on 3rd gen (09 up) around 150k, then hv battery failure around 160k.

Tldr, if you want a cheap hybrid veh to get a to b find an 08 Prius around 120k thats clean with decent tire life. Do normal maintenance they are good little cars at a good price.

(Save money, buy cash under 5k, monthly payments and car ins will destroy you.)

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So I’m a little curious about MDT. They’ve been on a losing streak, but they had a good day today. I know one good day does not a tend make, but what are people’s thoughts on them?

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A bunch of demolished large caps that I'm buying (if this helps): MDT PYPL FIS

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MDT 125 calls

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OP, you're right: for many stocks, there has been a sustained decline, even large cap ones. V and PYPL are in bear market territory. FB (META) is also well off highs. Forget about the more speculative picks particularly recent tech IPOs -- those have been clobbered. Unfortunately, when the selling in the indices starts, it's possible that everything from MSFT down to PYPL will get sold off. It kinda sucks that way. OR it'll be a rotation into the oversold mid-cap to large cap tech: from SQ to SPLK.

Take a look at new all time highs and lows being made even as indices climb: https://www.marketinout.com/chart/market.php?breadth=new-highs-new-lows

"The New Highs - New Lows indicator (NH-NL) displays the daily difference between the number of stocks reaching new 52-week highs and the number of stocks reaching new 52-week lows. The NH-NL indicator generally reaches its extreme lows slightly before a major market bottom. As the market then turns up from the major bottom, the indicator jumps up rapidly. During this period, many new stocks are making new highs because it's easy to make a new high when prices have been depressed for a long time. The NH-NL indicator oscillates around zero. If the indicator is positive, the bulls are in control. If it is negative, the bears are in control. As the cycle matures, a divergence often occurs as fewer and fewer stocks are making new highs (the indicator falls), yet the market indices continue to reach new highs. This is a classic bearish divergence that indicates that the current upward trend is weak and may reverse."

As for recommendations: completely clobbered RSKD is worth a look. I like LMND long term. STEM, MQ, PYPL. Smaller semi play KLIC is dirt cheap and had stellar ER. MDT worth a look. MGNI is good, well off highs, while PERI remains cheap and fast-growing (though not really well off highs)

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ISRG is a good pick but their moat will decrease. I follow the space extensively. Look at RBOT or JNJ/ZBH/MDT as they have or will have robotic offerings.

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MDT 3dte’s are the play

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If your broker has a price ladder you can always middle it with a limit bid and walk it up

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I bought BABA, I'm a true believer in that stock. I also grabbed zillow, it's unbelievably cheap even after suspending there robo bbusiness. I bought MDT because the healthcare is one of the few safe options at the moment and I bought NPSKY which is NSK Ltd as a battery play, they produce equipment for miners. And off cause I hold SPXU as a hedge against the bubble.

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MDT

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Back then you got a confirmation of stocks purchased from the broker (Morgan Stanley). I still have my three options, $CSCO, $MSFT and $MDT.

All +20 Baggers for Long and Strong team.

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>Medtronic study shows patients with high blood pressure are interested in an interventional procedure treatment option $MDT

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2021-11-04 ^09:40:43 ^EDT-0400

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MSFT, V, COIN, MDT, GOOGL, FB, TSM, CVS, ENPH, PYPL, SQ, JPM, PINS, NET, TDOC

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Medtronic, MDT

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MDT +24%

HIVE -4%

PTK +89%

RIO +9%

IAG +12%

SFMN -11% (I'll stick to stocks from now!!)

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Will do. I’ve heard a lot of people say that MDT are gonna be the next thing, like Gary vee.

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AAPL 15.5%

ABBV 2.9%

ABM 2.9%

BMY 2.2%

CAT 4.2%

CVX 2.4%

DUK 1.8%

FB 3.5%

JNJ 9.5%

JPM 3.6%

MCD 3.2%

MDT 1.3%

MMM 5.8%

MO 2.6%

MSFT 16.3%

NKE 3.4%

O 1.9%

PEP 1.9%

PG 1.8%

RIO 2.2%

V 3.7%

VYM 4.7%

VZ 1.1%

XOM 1.8%

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I am currently in the bridge stage, so for whatever it's worth, here's my situation:

Age 54M, five years to go before all accounts are fully accessible. Established my taxable account about 20 years ago with dividend paying large cap/blue chip stocks and some tech. Definitely sold and bought numerous times over the years, dumping some flat companies and adding some newer ones. By no means am I talking meme stocks here.

I also hold decent amounts of S&P index and large cap growth funds in this account, the latter of which pays a significant cap gain distribution.

For the most part, I stayed with 2-3% yield payers, but have a few others paying more and some less, like AAPL, MSFT. And AMZN and DIS which pay nothing. But all companies experienced significant growth over the years in addition to the reinvested dividends. Some other examples include JNJ, CSCO, BMY, MDLZ, MDT, ORCL, NKE, CONE, YUM, V, SJM, SBUX, LOW, PAYX.

During this entire time I held mostly S&P index and large cap growth funds in my retirement accounts.

I can't claim to have planned this entirely from the get-go, but as time wore on, it became obvious that it made sense for retiring early. Even though I had to pay taxes on dividend earnings every year, if I had to switch now, I'd have a massive capital gains tax liability.

In terms of real money, it's about $40K in dividends and capital gain distributions from my taxable account. I also sell $60K in shares annually to comprise the bulk of my "salary."

I would normally have only trivial taxes from this setup, but I am planning on aggressive Roth conversions each year, so I will have to pay Uncle Sam. I am doing that with Roth withdrawals, also from dividend payers, which I partially switched to within the Roth IRA once I retired. So I'm preserving the principal shares there as well.

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What’s goin on with MDT??

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>trade drunk

I feel personally attacked. But seriously, I've made way more money on stocks I bought after drinking than not. I usually wake up at 1am so it's not uncommon to be pretty drunk before the market closes.

I'm too risk adverse normally. My most recent buy was MDT since the crooked Chicago politician Marie Newman bought a lot (for her) of it. Next day the EU announced they had approved their surgical robot so she definitely had inside information. I would have never bought something I didn't know if I hadn't been drinking.

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MDT Medtronics. They got approval from the EU for their surgical robot, and a House member just bought between $100k and $250k of their stock. They must know something.

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Medtronic $MDT got approval today from Europe for their surgical robot. I was expecting more of a gain today from that. This is a good milestone.

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2AM MDT FOR ME. NO SLEEP PM REEEEEEEE

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From 1985 to now MDT has returned $3million from a $10k investment. Check out portfolio visualizer.

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Which healthcare equipment stock do you like? GE? Even MDT and JNJ haven’t beaten the market over 5 years. ABT does but only because it got jacked up by its Covid tests. Lucky break - that’s how you beat the market.

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TNDM GE TTOO MDT BA

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They operate in different specialties. Globus competes against MDT, but robotics is only a small part of Medtronic's portfolio so you're not getting as much exposure.

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I just did some rebalancing of my portfolio. I dumped some low conviction/loser companies and doubled up on some of my high conviction companies. I also started positions in a couple new companies as well.

My current brokerage portfolio is:

Equities

Symbol | % gain/loss | % of account :--------|:--------:|---------: AMZN | +152.23% | 15.2% | GOOGL | +138.5% | 15.02% | MSFT | +116.46% | 15% | NET | +147.29% | 8.7% | AAPL | +64.65% | 5.44% | TMO | +50.29% | 4.59% | ABT | +26.06% | 3.89% | ZTS | +74.84% | 2.9% | ZG | +59.32% | 2.65% | CRM | +86.09% | 1.69% | MDT | +23.89% | 1.59% | HD | +17.29% | 1.4% | JPM | +32.44% | 1.25% | A | +3.84% | 1.23% | BRK/B | +62.67% | 1.21% | ZBRA | +0.74% | 1.07% | USB | +55.08% | 1.03% | SBUX | +34.63% | 0.89% | CRVL | +0.12% | 0.3% | IBM | -28.8% | 0.12% |

ETFs

Symbol | % gain/loss | % of account :--------|:--------:|---------: QCLN | +128.61% | 4.09% VTI | +4.98% | 3.34% VUG | +1.7% | 2.61% CGW | +8.23% | 1.81% ADME | +52.31% | 0.94%

Mutual Funds

Symbol | % gain/loss | % of account :--------|:--------:|---------: WAMVX | +42.41% | 1.2% DLHAX | +17.13% | 0.83%

I have some other ETFs and mutual funds in my Roth and SEP IRAs but this is the majority of my investments.

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My overweighted positions like TSLA and ARKK definitely didn’t start with this large of an allocation. They’ve grown over the years and I usually trim these whenever I need to raise funds. Instead of investing in an ETF, I like to pick and choose various companies that I think have more potential to grow. The only company I really want to add but haven’t already is GOOG. I used to own a pretty large position but liquidated it in 2018 to finance a real estate investment and still haven’t bought back in.

TSLA 9.27%

ARKK 9.27%

MSFT 7.88%

STWD 5.16%

LRCX 4.49%

V 3.40%

NVDA 3.35%

AAPL 2.81%

UAL 2.72%

NEE 2.53%

ADBE 2.44%

JPM 2.44%

ABBV 2.20%

GBTC 1.70%

CRSP 1.59%

ARKF 1.58%

ARKQ 1.55%

CME 1.51%

WMT 1.36%

ANSS 1.35%

PG 1.34%

TD 1.33%

XLU 1.23%

C 1.21%

INTC 1.21%

BABA 1.17%

WM 1.15%

QCOM 1.12%

RDFN 1.12%

ETHE 1.11%

JD 1.10%

ARKG 1.10%

TSM 1.09%

BRK/B 1.05%

NFLX 1.04%

XHB 1.03%

DIS .99%

AVGO .98%

ILMN .84%

UNH .78%

MDT .76%

TXN .72%

O .66%

MA .65%

SBUX .65%

MLHR .64%

USB .64%

PSX .54%

COIN .48%

TGT .47%

PENN .45%

MPC .41%

AMD .41%

BA .40%

LOW .39%

JNJ .33%

XLB .33%

TDOC .27%

ATVI .15%

CASH .04%

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I’d dump that NIO position at your 20% gain. Plenty of domestic growth stocks with less risk of government interference. NVDA is somewhat extended at the moment, but is likely a good long-term hold.

You could also go with “defensive” positions in healthcare or staples - PG, Unilever, JNJ, MDT, ABT, etc. These are huge, diversified companies that pay dividends and will grow/drop less than the broader market.

I own NVDA and PG.

Or go to r/bogleheads and read through those posts. VOO, VTI, and one other fund they recommend as a 40-year hold. I hold VTI.

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Dude, $5K was is fucking nothing. I was down $97K and rallied back and am up $102K this year. It's time to stop the pouting shit and take ownership of your life and actions.

Trading is hard. Youre competing with the smartest people and technology.

A couple thoughts.

  1. Only invest in market making stocks. Apple, AMD, mu, ba, etc. I have a basket of 15 stocks I look at, but I know them well.

  2. Meme stocks are for gambling. Period. There's no technical analysis, and no rhyme or reason to there movement. Avoid these.

  3. Avoid stocks under $50 and and stick with point #1. WISH is great at $9 until it drops to $6 out of the blue. These stocks can rebound but you said your emotional so avoid them.

  4. Buy shares not options contracts. You can hold a share for a year or more if needed.

  5. Stop day trading. You need a lot of capital to day trade well. Large positions for short moves, not the other way around. I trade with $800K and honestly, I really need 1 Million to take safer moves.

  6. Swing trade, BUT only after you've learned a stock well. For instance, with MU, I know when it drops in the low 70's to pile into it and keep adding until $65 range if it keeps dropping. The adds go like this.... Small buy at $75, add small at $70, and at $65 add larger. Most people blow their load on first add. Small them large, not large then small or worse, large then nothing else to add.

  7. Swing trade the same stocks. I made $10K last year just buying MDT on predictable dips. I bought $500 shares at a time and held for $5-8 moves. Easy peasy.

  8. Education is key. What are you learning, what courses are you taking, books are you reading, etc? Always be learning, and not only on YouTube.

  9. Print out daily charts and circle Everytime a stock went up. Why did it move? What are the common patterns. Focus on ONE stock and stop looking at fast moving make a mil in a day stocks.

  10. Never be afraid of taking profits. Period.

  11. Learn technical analysis. It works on large market maker stocks.

If you're willing to learn, I'll share all of the course I've bought over the past 5 years. I have them on Google drive, just PM me and I'll send you the link.

Thanks!

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So who sells a limit order for $69 under the money? I just picked one up for MDT 136p for $150 when it was trading for $219

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Got lucky on my 3 earnings today. PANW, BBY, MDT.

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Here's my current list for actively investing in puts and put spreads. You'll need to screen this for your own criteria and assess what market conditions to enter and exit trades.

AAPL,AEP,AFL,ALL,AMC,AMGN,AQN,ATO,BB,BBY,BLK,CAH,CB,CHRW,CLX,CMI,CSCO,ED,F,FDX,GD,HD,HIG,HPQ,INTC,IP,JNJ,K,KMB,KO,KR,LAZ,LEG,LMT,LNT,LOW,MDT,MMM,MO,OMC,PFE,PFG,PG,PM,PRU,QCOM,SJM,SNA,SPY,SRE,T,TRV,UBSI,UNM,VIAC,VIX,VZ,WBA,WDC,WHR,WRK

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Holding shares of BBY, MDT, MRVL and GPS into earnings this week (rn). Boomers rise up

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Here is the list:

AAPL, ALB, ADP, AA, ADM, AFL, ABT, ABBV, BAC, BAYZF, BHP, BMY, CSCO, CL, C, CB, CLX, CPB, CAH, COST, DG, GILD, GSL, GPC, GIS, GLNCY, EPD, HRB, HRL, HD, HON, HYG, FBHS, FDX, KMB, KSS, IBM, IRM, K, JNJ, INTC, SYY, LEG, LMT, TROW, TAP, TGT, T, TELNF, MCK, MMM, MAR, MO, MRK, MSFT, PRU, ORCL, ORAN, MDT, RBGLY, RIO, RGA, PBA, PETS, PEP, PFE, PPG, PG, XLE, XLU, WBA, WMT, VZ, UL, UNM

Most are common names. Boring. Of course there are several others that may be better candidates than above, I just personally did DD on above. Other tips are welcome - as I refresh my watch list every now and then.

With rest of my portfolio - I also trade FAANG and other risky high fliers (the ROKUs of the world). But stay fairly conservative.

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SENS Market Cap - $1.27B DXCM Market Cap - $43B ABT Market Cap - $212B MDT Market Cap - $175B

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Calls on FIGS, ZM, MRNA, PFE, AZN, AMZN, MDT, RMD, AHPI,

Puts on anything that involves interacting with other people.

COVID is about to dry fuck the world. Heads up.

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It's got an 880 pe

So many better health care plays like UNH ABBV MDT

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The Dickard Space rocket plane launches at 7am MDT on Sunday 45 miles north of Las Cruces, NM. Thunder/Rainstorms are forecasted for late afternoon to evening. So because you missed out on calls before IV got too high and now you’re trying to spread fake FUD. How about we send you into space like the autistic monkeys that you are

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You’re such a stupid fucking FUD ber. Flight happens at 7am MDT. Thunderstorms for late afternoon/evening. STFU

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Glad I bought more MDT earlier this week

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