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Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras

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12.25

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2.55P/E
3Forward P/E
0.13P/E to S&P500
83.467BMarket CAP
105.62%Div Yield
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PBR always used to be Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Goes with the alcohol n drugs combo

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Costco Hotdog > PBR

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On the $PBR play, 10/21 13C at 0.61

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What was the play strategy for PBR?

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I’ve still got a 13.5 oct 21 put on PBR. Bought 10 and have been slowly selling but holding my last

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What was the target for PBR??

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Pbr like the piss water people drink

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PBR

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good ol’ pbr

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I’ve been playing pbr

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XOM & CVX & PBR to the moon

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Latinpoor here. ITUB, PBR, BBD, VALE, AAPL, INTC, MSFT and AMD.

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

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>You forget the supply demand curve for fossil fuels. Only takes a few percent to collapse prices significantly.

But demand is rising, not falling.

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>So yes we use a lot but that doesn’t mean anyone makes profit on it. Revenues and volumes aren’t profits.

Yet coal stocks rake in profits, paying of their debt and paying dividends.

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> Everyone has oil, gas and coal in enormous quantities. Subsidies like crazy.

Leadtimes for all those projects are 10+ years and nobody wants to open a coal mine anymore. If they are able to, they don't find workers.

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> You can get better dividends with tons of more broader market etf’s that are designed for dividend payout. Example BST nets 8%.

PBR has a 40% dividend yield. ARCH payed out 6% and 5% of their market cap the last two quarters.

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Reading this comment section really drives home the reality that the Reddit crowd is pretty homogenous in its thinking. The amount of vitriol and animosity towards small Southern towns and similar is pretty disappointing to see, and I would imagine those that are trashing them (with some exceptions) have probably never spent a significant amount of time in that sort of place getting to know the less obvious but still compelling advantages of them. Not everyone values overpriced coffee and high end cocktail bars. Some of us just like quality people who will give you the shirt off their back and an ice cold PBR, and that’s how we define a thriving community. Simplicity.

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Calls on PBR

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Check out pbr

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Wild ass speculation but I'd guess it's because the craft brewery movement pushed people to get hammered off of a couple quality stronger beers vs shot gunning a case of PBR.

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PBR best dividends payment so far

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I’m buying PBR calls now; and thank you

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Pbr yes def

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Buy PBR

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PBR will make money when oil prices are up, down our sideways because they have the monopoly here, so even if the stock don't move they still will pay dividends.

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PBR is ridiculous. Paid for all my stupid moves this year. Almost img

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Hardy what do you think about PBR? Should we get out while it’s hurting or hold longer?

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7%??? The latest special div was 80% yield against the stock price when announced. Before that there was another at 30%. As long as the physical energy market stays tight they’re gonna be a cash machine. I am a US investor and Latam is by far the best place to buy energy right now because everyone thinks they’re risky.

All of the majors down there are already owned by their gov and is massive source of getting usd into the countries. Why pillage that wealth when Brazilian gov has said their social programs will be paid for using PBR divs

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PBR when sub 13 for the fattest divvies around

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Pbr $15 calls sept 16

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Anyone not taking your free advice is missing out. I bought some more EPD puts while it was up, PBR not showing 13.5 strike price on Webull though for October.

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I'm 22 and got caught up in the BBBY meme craze, lost some money but not anything I wasn't expecting to lose to be honest. I want a smarter, longer-term approach and was hoping to get some advice from y'all.

Dividend ETFs - $55 / Week - 47% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 5.12

  • $10 / Week VYM - 2.89 Yield
  • $10 / Week SPYD - 4.01 Yield
  • $10 / Week SCHD - 3.24 Yield
  • $15 / Week JEPI - 11.93 Yield -$10 / Week DVY - 3.52 Yield ** High-Yield Dividend Stocks - $12.5 / Week - 10.50% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 13.48**
  • $2.5 / Week PFLT - 9.35 Yield
  • $2.5 / Week PBR - 25.35 Yield
  • $2.5 / Week OHI - 8.29 Yield
  • $2.5 / Week IEP - 15.42 Yield
  • $2.5 / Week BBDC - 9.01 Yield Market ETFs - $20 / Week - 17% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 1.69
  • $10 / Week SPY - 1.47 Yield
  • $10 / Week DIA - 1.91 Yield Electric Vehicles ETFs - $10 / Week - 8.50% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 0.65
  • $2.50 / Week LIT - (-0.11) Yield
  • $2.50 / Week KARS - 0 Yield
  • $2.50 / Week IDRV - 1.32 Yield
  • $2.50 / Week HAIL - 1.4 Yield Real Estate ETFs - $20 / Week - 17% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 2.65
  • $10 / Week XLRE - 2.74 Yield
  • $10 / Week USRT - 2.55 Yield Stock Holdings (Not Weekly)
  • ZIM 6 @ $48.93 - 60.82 Yield
  • PBR 2 @ $14.05 - 25.35 Yield
  • WKHS 5 @ 3.16 - 0 Yield
  • F 3 @ $15.53 - 1.94 Yield I wanted to balance market investments (SPY, DIA, SCHD, etc.) with some other markets like RE, EV; as well as some high-yield stocks. I know "chasing the yield" is not the best, but I thought that maybe everything else could be passively managed while these high-yield dividends be more actively managed, tracking ex-div dates, selling profits, buying dips, etc. Thoughts?
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**Dividend ETFs - $55 / Week - 47% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 5.12**
- $10 / Week VYM - 2.89 Yield
- $10 / Week SPYD - 4.01 Yield
- $10 / Week SCHD - 3.24 Yield
- $15 / Week JEPI - 11.93 Yield
-$10 / Week DVY - 3.52 Yield
** High-Yield Dividend Stocks - $12.5 / Week - 10.50% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 13.48**
- $2.5 / Week PFLT - 9.35 Yield
- $2.5 / Week PBR - 25.35 Yield
- $2.5 / Week OHI - 8.29 Yield
- $2.5 / Week IEP - 15.42 Yield
- $2.5 / Week BBDC - 9.01 Yield
**Market ETFs - $20 / Week - 17% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 1.69**
- $10 / Week SPY - 1.47 Yield
- $10 / Week DIA - 1.91 Yield
**Electric Vehicles ETFs - $10 / Week - 8.50% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 0.65**
- $2.50 / Week LIT - (-0.11) Yield
- $2.50 / Week KARS - 0 Yield
- $2.50 / Week IDRV - 1.32 Yield
- $2.50 / Week HAIL - 1.4 Yield
**Real Estate ETFs - $20 / Week - 17% of Portfolio - Avg. Yield 2.65**
- $10 / Week XLRE - 2.74 Yield
- $10 / Week USRT - 2.55 Yield
**Stock Holdings (Not Weekly)**
- ZIM 6 @ $48.93 - 60.82 Yield
- PBR 2 @ $14.05 - 25.35 Yield
- WKHS 5 @ 3.16 - 0 Yield
- F 3 @ $15.53 - 1.94 Yield
I wanted to balance market investments (SPY, DIA, SCHD, etc.) with some other markets like RE, EV; as well as some high-yield stocks. I know "chasing the yield" is not the best, but I thought that maybe everything else could be passively managed while these high-yield dividends be more actively managed, tracking ex-div dates, selling profits, buying dips, etc. Thoughts?

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Here in Cali even PBR has a cannabis seltzer, it's great

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

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

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

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PBR EQX VALE

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I'm looking for another 100 shares of PBR and PBR/A at bargain basement prices. We'll have to see how low they go!

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I've bought some WHC (ASX) after someone posted it here a couple of months ago (obviously only 5 people read the post because it wasnt about the latest MEME BS, Wendy's or someone wife's bf). It has run up very nicely.

My concern here would be that it is not clear how high the stocks run up because coal has been fuck expensive for quite a while now and alot of it should be priced in (all the russia embargoes are clear for months now).

I would go stocks, because those companies are first de-levering and then will pay fat fat dividends while the coal prices are so high because they will be printing boatloads of cash.

Look at PBR, the stock price is locked around 15$ but they are paying 20% Yield ... still stock is not meaningfully going up (it should go at least to 20-25 to normalize to a 12-15% yield which is OK for Brazil risk I believe)

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Been waiting for PBR to drop below $13 again to load up but it just keeps climbing.

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PBR

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Have you looked at $PBR?

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XOM, CVX, PBR, XLE?

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Everybody loves $10 stocks. GGB $4.83. I made 40% this year. Buying again. Mining industry is not good for holding long term but great for trading and pays good dividends. PBR $14. Buy it under $12 and keep it for crazy dividends (47% yield!). Check KGC $3.64 and BTG $3.40 if you feel like researching gold mining companies.

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1 can of PBR

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Meanwhile PBR has a 35% dividend for 100% less work.

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Prefer PBR personally, the growth and crazy dividend is well worth it. Oil is going back up

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bbby, ape, tsla split, suits in the hole, it should be a fun rest of the week. Yesterday morning I sold everything except 500 shares of PBR so I'm packin.

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Bro fuck getting old. I want to go back to Echo Park Wednesday’s when I could get a tequila shot, PBR for $3 while trying to spit game at some scene Latinas

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Trading Thesis

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

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

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

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

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

Notes

  • If the price has moved past the entry price, exercise caution. Someone knows something that I don't know.
  • Look to sell half your position on a double, and freeroll the rest to exit at your discretion.
  • I tend to risk up to 1% of my total capital on any trades I take. If my conviction is lower, I'll only allocate 0.5% or even 0.25% of my capital to the trade, and dollar cost average in.

FAQ

  • These plays are mostly puts. Are you a gay bear?
    • No. It so happens that the companies have had some recent run-up which implies they are overextended. These trades are primarily some form of mean-reversion either toward or away from an important price level.
  • Are you entering all these plays?
    • No. There have been a dearth of plays in the WSB morning talks, and so I opened up my bag of tools slightly wider to point out more plays with a probable edge to help lead apes to more gain porn. Go through this curated list of plays, pick the ones you like based on whatever additional analysis you use, and get that gain porn.
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Because some old guy got approval but isn’t keen on taking up the 50% stake? Nah, not me. I like my oil companies shady AF, so I went with PBR

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$5+/per share?thats greater than PBR who does a 38% dividend. R/dividends is gonna go nuts on this news img

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I sold PBR in March. They still send me shitload of dividends every month :-)

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Navy PBR Boat Draft

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PBR

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PBR

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The day of she was texting me about how she was tired and stressed. Then she quickly followed up with “I think I’ll be fine once I get a PBR or two in me” and I legit almost swooned lol

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A pint of PBR, 2 shotz goldschlager and a dub.

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Half in $BBBY, 1/4 in $PBR short calls, the other 1/4 in $PBR shares to collect dividends and have an asset to sell to bring yourself back with a YOLO if you eat shit.

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I am sitting on my hands watching my BBBY and PBR shares skyrocket.

Probably taking a short on spy or qqq/daq later.

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$PBR divided pay twice a year. There is also $SSSS Suro Capital investment +100% dividend

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Happened to me w/ PBR, I feel his pain. Pulled out to early and missed the pump which burned me in the process. As long as he stays focused, AND STOP YOLOing, hustle and grind, he will be alright.

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PBR

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Send em PBR bartender

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Can anyone explain to me why $PBR is up 8% on Yahoo finance and 8% down on Finviz map website?img

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Went full dividend degenerate, and y’all are missing out on a company as retarded as this sub. Shady PBR. Up 7%+ today.

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pbr 📈📈

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No, this is dumb.

All you're doing is handcuffing future you to the bad decisions of present you.

Want fun, go buy a 2k Honda and work on it in your parking lot with some buds and a case of PBR.

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Great advice brother! Much appreciated. Just sold a couple calls at a modest gain (probably would've held too long any way) and rolled it into PBR. Do I have to hold until the dividend pays out? I know you have to buy before the Ex-dividend date but do i have to hold?

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i just got filled for 0.01 pbr 15.5 calls for tomorrow

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Aug 11 today is LAST day to buy PBR Brazilian oil to get the massive dividend. Winner stock. #1 ZACKS

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Saw a PBR call with unusual volume last week. Put it in my watchlist, but didn’t feel oil bullish.

Almost a 4 bagger today.

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u/Arcite1 gave the correct answer, but just wanted to point out that assignment on OTM options can (rarely) happen too. The only time I've had it happen (PBR) was right before an ex-dividend date where there was an arbitrage opportunity for the counter-party.

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There's bargains out here that you could've bought that pay really high dividends. There's many REIT's that are undervalued currently and there's some mining / oil stocks that pay massive dividends ( like PBR ).

I don't think borrowing money to buy stocks is a bad idea; it's the stock selection and your trading plan that matters. Buying a stock and selling covered calls or using the cash to sale cash covered puts would've been a better strategy...

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A lot people dont know this but you can make PBR at home by pissing into a bucket and letting sit in the summer sun for a day or two

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The thing is when it splits you get more shares but the price would probably start in the low 100s like google and Amazon. I’m starting to think about just getting rid of it all and going with ford since they at least pay dividends. I got Amazon and google once they split. But with a Tesla split I would lose money on those 5 share. The split is 1 to 3 that gives me 15 share in the low 100s would be the price of 1.5 share today, that’s worth about $1600. So is it even worth keeping? At least I believe that Amazon will eventually go back to between $1500-$2500 in the future. Since they are buying every industry that exist. But check out PBR, great dividend return and it was about $15.44 when the market closed. Checkout r/dividends, they always got good information on dividend stocks.

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PBR

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$PBR my dude. Bought it for the cool ticker, became one of my favorites. I make good swings on short term calls and puts too.

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The big dividend was already paid.

You have 2 Brasilian stoks that usually pay big dividends, PBR and VALE, but they also are too volatile.

Usually after the ex dividend date the stock drops exactly by the dividend amount, so if you buy when the dividend is declared and before the ex dividend date you are only paying for the dividend in advance.

You can invest in EWZ, its an Brazil etf which 2 top holdings are PBR and VALE, vale also pays a big dividend.

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Love pbr, bought at 5 and 10 holding atm

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https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/PBR?p=PBR

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Ticker is PBR for those interested

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I'm a child of the 70s, please! Everyone who drank PBR drank it ironically. Even back then, there were better beers.

But no, not hipsters drinking it ironically.

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You have clearly never been around people drinking PBR "ironically".

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

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

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

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PBR paying a 27.59% dividend rate is absolutely insane!

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I stayed in $CCL calls, sold rest of $PBR calls, stayed in $PBA calls

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Pbr, navi

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I'm really fan of EVOFEM, I don't know why. Read somewhere that wall street is betting against it and as a feminist I will just support a nice company.

Plus, will buy Brazilian companies that pay high dividends this month ( PBR Will fall from the skies near October elections, fearing a new leftist government).

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Can someone explain why buying PBR for its huge dividend next month is a bad plan?

What am I missing here?

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Pbr

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What you guys think on this ticker PBR

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What do you guys think about PBR?

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PBR is better. 2.5x PE and probably a $3 div on $14 stock.

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$PBR crossed over gamma max today might be a discount for month out expiry

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Take a look at ticker pbr

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RIG, DVN, PBR

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Isn't it ? When I was 23 I remember a friend getting a job offer for $40k (circa 2006) and looking at him as if he was from another planet who just stepped off a spaceship ! I was still in grad school and the only monetary goal me and my friends had was to have enough money for the dozen case of PBR !

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I’m holding PBR, and feeling pretty good about it right now.

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Made 200% profit on XOM and PBR buying weeklys last Monday. Probably do the same for MPC and OXY on Monday as long as crude prices aren’t down Monday at open. PBRs premiums were so cheap that it was a steal. PrEmium on MPC and OXY is a little higher but there is next to zero chance they didn’t make record profit and beat estimates.

Tried to talk a gentleman out of shorting midstream companies and oil in general less than a month ago, hope he listened and didn’t blow his account up.

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He put up his 30 racks of keystone light and now he drinking PBR for a couple years…rebound

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GM kids. If you followed the $PBR play, I'm exiting half of my position simply due to the amount it has ran up in the past 5 days, earnings were released this morning

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$PBR me ASAP

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🎤 PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT 🤝We are thrilled to announce our strategic partnership with @DwfLabs It is a leading global digital asset market maker and multi-stage web3 investment firm. Know more: https://t.co/hDGqKysJA6 #PolkaBridgeVentures $PBR #PolkaBridgeEcosystem https://t.co/1CpYeSStkF
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$WFC didn’t get the move I wanted $PBR still holding some 12.5c Big win of the morning was a $QQQ 277p
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The top 10 most unusual options from yesterday's session are below.👀 Seeing increased activity on $PBR, $AAPL, and $TWTR https://t.co/kmYTMmWAHx
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🚨 Watchlist for tomorrow🚨 $PBR $WFC
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$PBR = MASSIVE #PUTSELLING ALERT - 9/26 A RIDICULOUS 600,000 PUT CONTRACTS TRADED IN $PBR TODAY LOOKS LIKE MOST OF IT IS SELL TO OPEN & SOME POSSIBLY SELL TO CLOSE CHECK 2MORO'S #TopUnusual REPORT for details IF VERIFIED https://t.co/zD4B19NeZ6
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$pbr might short squeeze on the election … or it just might anyway
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MagicSquare Gleam winners announcement! 🥳 🏆 🎯Selected winners addresses are mentioned inside the doc: https://t.co/C252czXNTA The reward has been sent to your wallet. Each person will receive 158 $PBR token (~10$) 💰 Congratulations to all the winners! 👏
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Big week of dividends for the portfolio, with 4 stocks due to pay… $LGEN.L 26th Sept $PBR 27th Sept (not 100% sure) $AV.L 28th Sept $TROW 29th Sept What dividends you expecting this week? #DivTwit #dividendstocks #dividends
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$PBR - Now down -6.8% @ $12.88, so bought another 20% on this dip. Pays a hugely great dividend, yield 44.64%. See: https://t.co/WmlRpXvUsK #stocks #StocksToBuy #dividends @DvdndDiplomats
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$PBR putting some respect on my name today. I was about to hit the food bank
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$PBR path to 15.29 by mid December https://t.co/jAbO0pueJa
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Lula doing well cuz the people believe he will force $PBR to lower prices on fuel ....... when will the EM countries ever learn leftist policies ALWAYS fail https://t.co/vD1fih4ClN
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$PBR strong move higher today w/ above average volume.
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@polkabridge_vt Invested in @MagicSquareio 🚀 We are celebrating this move by a giveaway! 🎊 To Enter: 2⃣❤,RT & Tag 3 Friend 3⃣FINISH Gleam Task: https://t.co/YtDl3q5mTO ⏰16th SEP - 23rd SEP #PBR #Venture #Investment https://t.co/9VpS8dkAb6
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