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Hi! I need some help figuring out what to do. I currently am investing 7% in my 401k to get most of my employer match. I’m trying to figure out where the additional money j save should go. I opened a ROTH IRA but haven’t put anything in yet. Might be a dumb question but is it possible to move the stocks I own in normal investing acct into my ROTH? Should I focus on maxing out that first, then adding more contributions to my 401k? Getting really confused. Thank you!

27 YO, San Diego CA 80k salary in biotech as an analyst Bachelors degree, thinking about MBA $1400 rent ~$20k in 401k ~$23k in normal investing acct ~$15k in savings

Debt ~$12k for car $2300 private student loan ~$5k gov student loan

Personal investing acct 80 shares AMZN 32 AAPL 1 BA 4 DIS 4 MDT 4 META 23 PTON 25 RIVN 4 SPY 30 TSLA 1 TMO 2 VTSAX

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Hi! I need some help figuring out what to do. I currently am investing 7% in my 401k to get most of my employer match. I’m trying to figure out where the additional money j save should go. I opened a ROTH IRA but haven’t put anything in yet. Might be a dumb question but is it possible to move the stocks I own in normal investing acct into my ROTH? Should I focus on maxing out that first, then adding more contributions to my 401k? Getting really confused. Thank you!

27 YO, San Diego CA 80k salary in biotech as an analyst Bachelors degree, thinking about MBA $1400 rent ~$20k in 401k ~$23k in normal investing acct ~$15k in savings

Debt ~$12k for car $2300 private student loan ~$5k gov student loan

Personal investing acct 80 shares AMZN 32 AAPL 1 BA 4 DIS 4 MDT 4 META 23 PTON 25 RIVN 4 SPY 30 TSLA 1 TMO 2 VTSAX

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Durable companies like PG, WM, MRK, LLY, WBA, MDT, MSFT, ASML, AVGO, ULTA, UNP, MA, V, ORCL, CSCO, HD, MELI, NOW, INTU, and a healthy dose of SPY and VIG.

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Medical devices. MDT and ABT, as people grow older and the workforce smaller I imagine medical tech will play a larger and larger role in keeping people going.

Pacemakers, insulin level controls, surgical robots, health surveillance systems, etf.

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Mdt recently came down to $75-$80, which is 2018 or 2019 levels. One of the largest supplier of med tech. 100B market cap with 3.4% dividend. P/e is a bit high at 25, but it’s always traded at higher range. I took only a starter position.

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Certifications:

Network Fundamentals (MTA 98-366)

Mobile & Operating Systems (MTA 98-368)

Business Processes (BCS)

Coding & Logic (BCS)

Cloud Services (BCS)

Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900)

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Supported multiple clients' infrastructures (Level 1-3 IT Support)

Automated silent installations for end users

Supported multiple studio infrastructures (Level 1-3 IT Support) for a world-leading triple-A-rated Virtual Reality game studio
Implemented and managed MDT for automated deployments
Mounted/Unmounted/created/migrated company backups
Automated daily tasks with Powershell (Automated Ping Email Script, New User AD GUI script)
Migrated companies to O365
Setup Unifi/Meraki Networks
Created Domain Controllers
Managed RMM and UEM

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BIP, SMG, NHI, MAS, TGT, C, T, MMM, NWL, VZ, HD, IIPR, HAS, FDX, PEAK, MDT, DLR, ARE, BAX, DAL, BRK.B, BA, BEP.

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Posting my charts and reports since the beginning of my career when I graduated in 2013. Since then, NW has gone from -$60k to +$428k.

Overall Summary

Takeaways from 2022:

  • With my recent proposal to my GF (now fiance!) of six years, I have finally achieved all of my goals from 2020-2021, with one exception:
  • While I was able to stick to my exercise and physical therapy plans and saw some great improvements, mostly in my chronic back pain, I was unable to reign in my nutrition and ended up gaining 10 pounds instead of losing 20.
  • Bought a house in the PNW! Unfortunately it immediately needed a new roof, electrical panel, and furnace/heat pump (~$50k), but with those out of the way hopefully the largest expenses are now behind us for quite some time.
  • My German Shepherd that broke her leg last Christmas just broke her other leg, and we sadly just found out that it's bone cancer. We absolutely love our dogs so this is pretty devastating as she's only 8 years old. I'm thankful to be in the financial position that we can care for her and make these last few days/weeks special.

Goals for 2023:

  • My number 1 priority this year is to get my nutrition and weight in check, finally. I'm making a goal of losing 30 pounds, with the difference of actually putting a plan in place this time. I also just hit 3 weeks with zero sweets (my greatest vice) and 8k steps a day!
  • Increase charitable donations.
  • Graduate from my Masters program.
  • In order to truly commit to my health goal, I'm not making any new financial goals outside of than continuing to save at my historic target rate of roughly 33% post-tax.
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If you want unloved dividend stocks, check out Medtronic ($MDT)

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MDT, CE, PKG, TSN, SWKS

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SYK and BSX are both holding up nicely. MDT is down as are a few others. Long-term it's a sector not tied to traditional tech (FAANG+, etc).

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MDT is at a possibility decent level.

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Can you make one for Medtronic (symbol MDT)

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Would drop MDT off poor outlook

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AAPL and AMD are your only holdings that are solidly profitable; the rest are speculative, and that's not a good place to be when the market is as uncertain as it is now.

I would say go sector by sector and pick out profitable stocks with good long term prospects. For example:

Industrial: PH, LECO, RTX

Financial: C, JPM, GPN

Consumer staples: CAG, KHC

Consumer discretionary - WHR, NWL, KTB, HBI

Real estate - AVB, ESS, EQR, PHM, LEN.B

Medical - PFE, MRK, MDT

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Calls on MDT it is then

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Medtronic (MDT) has been hit hard damn. It's below Covid 2020 lows when it was clear non-Covid elective procedures would get hit hard. It's now yielding 3.3%. I wouldn't buy as I'm not familiar with the medical device industry too well. But seems like dividend folks would like it.

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Here are my go to recommendations HOWEVER, MOST ARE OVERVALUED AGAIN SO DO NOT BUY TOMORROW. (EVRG and FE are the only ones not overvalued)

Industrials: HON, CMI, SNA (all overvalued again but buy during the next dip) and WHR

Consumer staples: PG, REYN (overvalued again, same drill as above), K, GIS, ADM

Banks/financials: BAC, COF, JPM (COF doesn't seem as overvalued right now), RY, TD, BNS, BX, BLK

Insurance: ORI, AFL, UNH, CI

REITS: WPC, PLD, DLR, O

Retail: BBY, LOW, HD, TGT (would only touch HD and LOW again when they drop, HD just had a massive runup. Good in general but not this second)

Transport, UNP, UPS, R (R is especially overvalued right now, but buy it when it goes back into the 70s)

It may also be a good time to get into MDT but it's not going to rebound quickly

AMGN if it dips will be a good one to get back into

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Thoughts on MEDTRONIC(MDT) it was in the highest preforming sectors during the crashes. As republicans gain the house it looks like a good buy?

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#®️🪦🅿️ MDT🤖🫀

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Swing MDT for earnings ? Oversold past few weeks or truly a sh*t outlook?

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

This is my m1 portfolio at the moment:

ETFs:

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

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

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

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Mdt puts

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AVERAGE EARNINGS MOVE | LAST MOVE | IMPLIED MOVE FROM ATM OPTIONS PRICING
2022-11-21
$SJM | JM Smucker Company: 5.88% | 4.43% | 5.98%
$ZM | Zoom Video Communications Inc: 16.41% | 18.98% | 13.88%
$DELL | Dell Technologies Inc: 6.51% | 14.23% | 10.27%
$A | Agilent Technologies: 3.97% | 6.36% | 7.45%
2022-11-22
$BBY | Best Buy Company: 9.58% | 11.1% | 9.84%
$HPQ | HP Inc: 5.99% | 7.37% | 7.44%
$DLTR | Dollar Tree Inc: 8.77% | 11.89% | 9.79%
$ADI | Analog Devices Inc: 3.77% | 5.49% | 4.09%
$MDT | Medtronic PLC: 3.83% | 3.83% | 4.0%
$LU | Lufax Holding Ltd: 9.09% | 6.25% | 47.75%
$GES | Guess Inc: 19.43% | 4.42% | 14.8%
$DY | Dycom Industries Inc: 14.98% | 5.37% | 12.6%
$JACK | Jack in the Box Inc: 6.91% | 9.23% | 10.63%
$BURL | Burlington Stores Inc: 9.45% | 11.08% | 11.58%
$AMWD | American Woodmark Corp: 11.97% | 15.18% | 13.26%
$ANF | Abercrombie and Fitch Co: 15.35% | 18.66% | 13.92%
$ADSK | Autodesk Inc: 7.34% | 0.69% | 7.74%
$AVXL | Anavex Life Sciences Corporation: 10.53% | 10.62% | 14.53%
$JWN | Nordstrom Inc: 12.22% | 23.74% | 16.85%
2022-11-23
$DE | Deere and Co: 6.42% | 0.87% | 5.74%

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MDT may be a good swing trade

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After my day shift as a toilet shiner ends, around 5 MDT

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A crooked Democrat rep from Detroit just bought more MDT. That makes me want to buy more even though I'm already down 34.6%

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They overthink it. MSFT, GOOGL, AMD, NOW, MA, V, JPM, BAC, WM, TMO, UNH, CB, TGT, WMT, TJX, HD, BRK.B, throw in some dividend stocks like MDT, PFE, TRTN, BAC, UNP.

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Inverse Kramer Puts on $BSX, $SOFI and $OXY and calls on $MDT and $DOW

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Got it, the max. amount of $5000 at the end of business day for savings sounds little weird. I am not sure why there is this max. limit for exact amount to earn 5% interest, does this mean if I have $5001 and I loose 5% interest on all $5000 or just on $1? And full amount just get 2% interest?

"6The balance in your Savings Account must not exceed $5,000 at the close of business each business day during the calendar month. Close of business is 6:00 pm MST/5:00 pm MDT, except on the last business day of the month, when it is 4:25 pm MST/3:25 pm MDT. "

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I manage golden images for ~1500 workstations both Mac and Windows. Mostly classrooms and conference rooms for a university. Also help manage our datacenter with ~40 ESXI hosts and around 1000 VMs. Many systems too like Jamf, SCCM, MDT, Vsphere, iGel, the list goes on.

I also run the bench, essentially my own computer lab where we deploy new and fix broken everything. That can't be outsourced, really nothing I do can be effectively.

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I'd just avoid them. I got screwed by MDT so I won't buy another one.

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Anyone else own MDT?

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A lot of y’all should just buy QQQ.

CRM

RTX

NKE

MDT (baby boomer play)

YETI

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New positions in MPW, C, GFI, MDT and BX.

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$MDT. Big news, good play for Monday? Opinions are welcome 😎

https://newsfilter.io/a/ef3caaeafc84835674a2a11025bde705

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Don't sleep on MDT, short interest is rising and good fundamentals.

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Thanks for the info! I’m not happy with one of my healthcare positions (MDT) and I might trade it out for ISRG.

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There's a lot. Nvda, wsm, woof, adsk, dks, aap, cal, intu, sjm, jd, Jwn, m, mdt, pycr, tol, urbn

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What’s the DD on MDT?

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Implied moves for earnings next week:

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$NVDA 6.9%
$CRM 7.4%
$SNOW 12.5%
$SPLK 9.7%
$AFRM 21.0%
$ULTA 7.1%
$WDAY 7.9%
$FTCH 23.5%
$ESTC 15.6%
$VMW 5.7%
$ADSK 7.7%
$WSM 12.9%
$NTAP 8.2%
$PTON 22.0%
$DG 5.4%
$DLTR 9.1%
$BURL 9.7%
$SCVL 17.9%
$ZM 14.2%
$PANW 8.7%
$M 12.3%
$DKS 11.5%
$XPEV 9.7%
$MDT 3.6%
$JD 7.5%
$SJM 5.5%
$JWN 14.5%
$AAP 7.8%
$INTU 6.3%
$TOL 6.8%
$LZB 12.9%
$WOOF 10.0%
$EAT 15.2%
$NDSN 6.6%
$DLO 20.1%

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Implied moves for earnings next week:

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$NVDA 6.9%
$CRM 7.4%
$SNOW 12.5%
$SPLK 9.7%
$AFRM 21.0%
$ULTA 7.1%
$WDAY 7.9%
$FTCH 23.5%
$ESTC 15.6%
$VMW 5.7%
$ADSK 7.7%
$WSM 12.9%
$NTAP 8.2%
$PTON 22.0%
$DG 5.4%
$DLTR 9.1%
$BURL 9.7%
$SCVL 17.9%
$ZM 14.2%
$PANW 8.7%
$M 12.3%
$DKS 11.5%
$XPEV 9.7%
$MDT 3.6%
$JD 7.5%
$SJM 5.5%
$JWN 14.5%
$AAP 7.8%
$INTU 6.3%
$TOL 6.8%
$LZB 12.9%
$WOOF 10.0%
$EAT 15.2%
$NDSN 6.6%
$DLO 20.1%

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I suggest looking at CSCO, ORCL, MRK, ABBV, UNH, JNJ, MDT, UNP, JPM, BAC, V, MA, AVGO, GOOGL, AAPL, MSFT, CB, and ALLY.

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Citigroup (C)

Air Products (APD)

Ally Financial (ALLY)

Metronic (MDT)

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haha I called at like 930a MDT, pressed 1 for english, 2 for something (idk), then 3, and it pushed me to the operator. First operator pushed me to the main line which hangs up on you, 2nd operator i told that i got pushed to a line where I was hu g up on and nicely asked if they could transfer me elsewhere. I think they said they transferred me to payment accounts? or account processing? cant remember. That got me in the que and then I was on hold for about an hour. the convo itself was less than 10 min to resolution & hang up

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haha I called at like 930a MDT, pressed 1 for english, 2 for something (idk), then 3, and it pushed me to the operator. First operator pushed me to the main line which hangs up on you, 2nd operator i told that i got pushed to a line where I was hu g up on and nicely asked if they could transfer me elsewhere. I think they said they transferred me to payment accounts? or account processing? cant remember. That got me in the que and then I was on hold for about an hour. the convo itself was less than 10 min to resolution & hang up

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MDT, SUI, ARE,SWK,and SU would be my top picks . SUI increased FFO by 22% from 2020 levels yet the share price is at the same level it was 2 years ago. The MFH tenants are extremely sticky and I expect revenues to increase in line with CPI

ARE: demand for medical offices/ research center is only increasing drastically after covid outbreak . There is a major supply and demand imbalance in the sector

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Here's a handy spreadsheet of (85 and counting) catalysts that you dorks swore would make you billionaires - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NOSHTTT-p9lwni2-jNyQwlb8Y5Mdt-X9/edit#gid=1176679178

Note that absolutely none of them did

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Thats wild. Where at? Im in a major metro and we have toughbook mdt's in every rig but nothing like ur describing.

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-3.27% at 12:45pm MDT. DOW will close at 30,027 points. How do you not know this?

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Or even mature medical companies. My Medtronic MDT has been a disaster. I bought it after a crooked rep from the Detroit area that a friend works for bought it. I assumed she had good inside info.

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DOW MDT - ETF side of things SCHD SPHD

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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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Depends on the sector. Nobody is spending less on healthcare, at the moment. Maybe not as many expansions, but the sector has robust demand. The job market is tight so presumably people still have employer healthcare and its not like medicaid/care have been gutted....yet.

Hospitals/clinics are going to be playing catchup from 2yrs of pandemic restrictions and backlogs, nevermind that delays in care led to worsening of conditions, waves of Healthcare workers retiring early or leaving the workforce altogether.

I'd be surprised if the healthcare sector underperformed, just being employed in it and having access to everything in the space from recruitment/staffing (AMN, CCRN) to medical tech(MDT, BSX) to home health/reits(ADUS, LHCG, AMED, WELL), managed care(HUM, CVS, UNH), hospitals (HCA, SEM).

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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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MDT and ABT as solid as solid can be, and extremely good value right now.

Less boring but good value/growth. GLW, TXN, HON, ROK

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I didn't say irresistible, I said "cheap." irresistible is a whole other level.

Personally I live JPM, JNJ, HD, TGT, MDT, FE, ETR, SNA, CMI, TD, MSFT, AXP, WHR, BBY, STAG, ORI, MMM

BBY and WHR are the only "irresistible" ones. They've dived hard and everyone acts like they're horrible stocks but doesn't have facts to back it up, at least not facts that are different from stocks that are overpriced that they are fine with. I expect sentiment to change on them at some point.

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Personally I like WHR, TD, BNS, CM, JPM, BA, GS, HD, JNJ, PG, SNA, CMI, SWK, TGT, MDT, BLK, BX, STAG, DLR, EVRG, AEP, FE, HON, JCI., MSFT...

I mean, I am not the most creative person, you probably thought about alot of these already:-).

I like both growth and dividend growth.

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I have regular paycheck contributions maxing out employer sponsored retirement accounts like 401k, 403b, 457 & DCP. I don't bother to look at them. Will add to 529s some point this month. These are split 60% US, 20% Developed markets, 20% EM. These are around 50% of the portfolio.

For taxable brokerages, I've started large positions in ASO (Academy Sports & Outdoors) & BBY (Best Buy) and will be a buyer if they dip below my cost price. Plan is to scale into a full position. Currently have 50% of my long term position which constitutes aorund 1% each in my taxable portfolio. One page thesis [here] (https://old.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/vd3439/what_recently_beatendown_stock_are_you_holding/icjiozy/)

I added small amounts to existing positions in Medtronics (MDT), Goldman Sachs (GS) & Morgan Stanley (MS) as they took a beating yesterday.

I have 5% cash and letting income from paychecks and dividends pile up. Want to reach 10% before I start some massive deployments. At some point, I'm guessing growth stocks will start getting hate and left for dead.... I will a buyer at that point. Letting them ride for now. Don't follow these moves as they aren't popular in this cycle. I have a 10 year horizon when it come to individual stocks and could get burnt in the short term but not really bothered... these positions and my overall portflio are sized up for short term burns.

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Everything that’s getting thumped at the moment. 😉

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

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

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

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

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MDT is a great dca candidate imo

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Her Medtronic $MDT investment hasn't gone so well for me since it is down almost 24%.

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It's insider trading bro, just be patient. The govt will give MDT a billion dollar contract anytime soon now.

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I'm still angry after I bought Medtronic $MDT since she bought it, and it has gone down almost 24%.

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Funny you ask. I never get tips from her (she's a surgical resident) but I pepper her about medtech companies I come across all the time. Most of the time, she has some thoughts and then tells me "Text (blank) who you met at that residents BBQ. They are in that field and love to talk about it." And then I'm off and running lol. I've chatted with at least a dozen different people about different medtech companies. Her friends and colleagues are why I'm invested in GMED, INSP, MEDP, SWAV, DMTK, OM, SILK, and TMDX. They're also the reason I passed on some (can't remember any other than LUNG).

As for MDT, they're too big for me. I considered buying shares with the cash I would've gotten from their acquisition of Mazor Robotics in 2018 but instead distributed the funds amongst CRISPR positions. When it comes to medtech, I want the companies with potentially revolutionary tech that may fail spectacularly but may become the next Intuitive Surgical (who I also own, gotta be coming up on 5 years now).

Also, I ask my wife to read medical studies and break the data down for me all the time lol. She's published some stuff so she's really good at quickly digesting abstracts and then explaining them to me like the buffoon that I am.

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Amazon.

Study up on basic mechanics - pulleys and gears, simple pneumatics and hydraulics, basic electrical.

MDT1, PHL5, PHLB, and DPH7 are all in central PA.

A Material Handling Equipment Technician II (basically the entry level maintenance position) starts off at about $25/hr. Going up the chain (which doesn’t take terribly long to do,) Tech III makes about $30/hr with a 10% annual bonus. Controls technicians make about $32/hr, and Controls Leads make roughly $40/hr with a 15% bonus.

I’m gonna be terribly optimistic and say you’re making, what, $18/hr at the restaurant? In Reliability and Maintenance Engineering (RME, the overarching department for maintenance at Amazon,) you’re eligible to take a test+interview for a promotion every six months. So, in theory, you could go from making $18/hr to $32/hr in about a year’s time.

I know Amazon gets a lot of flack for their drivers’ working conditions. However, RME is a whole different environment. They’re also, by far, the most safety conscious company I’ve ever worked for. The biggest benefit that I see is the training. Amazon will send its RME techs to take thousands of dollars worth of training and classes. That knowledge sticks with you. Tired of Amazon? Congrats, those skills are now the foundation of a career in industrial maintenance. You can take that anywhere and make good money.

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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 such as 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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Might as well holds the ARKK stocks (or even add to them a little), since they’re all down 80% or so. Each has the potential for big returns. I like the mega cap stocks you mentioned. AVGO, WM, UNP, BRK.B, EL, LLY, JPM, V, MA, MDT are some portfolio diversity ideas.

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I certainly am with BA, MMM, MDT, SQ, and RAD. I like all of them so I'm still holding.

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

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I am not sure of your individual valuation, but try Blindside Networks / iMDT / Mconf / RIADVICE

Its all related to video conferencing for schools. All the major video conferencing stuff you already know of is meant for business and just doesn't have the necessary framework for distance learning. It is also different in that the app itself is free and these companies just sell hosting rather than selling the app itself. But they may be close enough in nature that you can use them as comparison. (Especially Blindside Networks. The Learning Management System "Moodle" is rolling out with version 4.0 this month and one of the new features is that integration with Blindside Networks trial-package service is going to come included by default)

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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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Eh i live in a MDT state and the albertsons near me is not nearly as good as other grocers. It may he the most widespread chain but it is certainly not the highest quality food store from town to town.

Not impressed 👎

That being said the satisfaction of its customers may not line up with the success of its financials so i bet it opens green

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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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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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What about the ageing population etf

For stocks jnj, LLY, MDT

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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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Bought this or should I go for same but expiring tomorrow (4X more profit) Problem is I have img

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Are you calling me liar? : https://imgur.com/a/mdtBuTO

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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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I wana slap some jeets after success of $Vidt and $MDT and $PHB and abive all those jeets who were saying I bought the top of $Agix 4 days ago
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$MDT Breaking long term RSI down trendline. RSI nicely grinding up lately. https://t.co/qvHqvU23zO
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Finishing up the week with some buys! $SCHD $35 ($5 daily) $VOO 0.08 $MO 1.5 $MDT 0.15 PADI $225.01
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Thanks to @holdersignals most of his signals are accurate af📈 $mdt this is just the beginning Let’s see where this takes us (drop him a follow) ✈️ https://t.co/Yx75qRP6Y9
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40 likes and 20 retweets for the next killer setup like $MDT and $RIF. The Sooner we get sooner I post. Don't miss it #Bitcoin
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$MDT Medtronic Healthcare stock with impressive dividend metrics Dividend champion 25 plus years increasing dividends Presenting a nice yield of 3.5% Payout ratio is a little high at 82% Dividend safety score 88 https://t.co/DH1KOiHQVf
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