PFE/ TEVA calls. Please someone make money with me
>BREAKING: Canada reports 13 suspected cases of monkeypox, all in Montréal - Radio-Canada
More PFE calls I guess
Lol PFE pumping on a single monmey pox case in the US. Pandemic 2.0 confirmed.
PFE bounced off its 200 ma. Looking to enter calls
Paxlovid gonna be sold next to the skittles at Walmart. Pfe calls. And puts.
>Future COVID variants will likely reinfect us multiple times a year, experts say — unless we invest in new vaccines
The FDA is expected as early as Tuesday to authorize a booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech, $PFE, $BNTX, vaccine for children 5 to 11, per NYT.
We back to 90,000-100,000 new cases per day in the US, no news mention this however. You know what is this mean! I don’t care if you want wear mask or not, your choice, but I mean 2-3 months OTM PFE call maybe a nice play.
Thoughts on PFE chart. Couldn’t break the 50 ma but im confident we break it tommorow
Doing Ok. Down about 15% from peak. Have been working on a new project so didn't have the same amount of time to trade as I did so I largely went to cash in the beginning of the year where I could. I reallocated a lot to private sector deals (prob 40%) via AltoIRA and direct investments. I stayed neutral on large positions by steadily selling covered calls on V, AAPL, MSFT, CELH, INMD (anything I owned as equity) and some puts I was running on V, UPST. I managed to get out of the semis doing well though I held 20% of them too long and sold the rest in March. My big losses were ironically on a large SPY put (50 contracts) I stayed too long in when there was a bear rally, CROX which still surprises me as the company continues to crush it., and a bunch of small companies that are long term bets I really won't look at for ten years anyway. Did well on PFE. I caught some great trades from the levelfields alerts on NTR, NOG and IPI, and did well going in on LMT when the war broke out. CELH am neutral on still given covered calls. Did get reamed on COIN calls. Sold all crypto but BTC for small gains. Did you make a lot on your shorts?
Holding Goog for great earnings, technology, and low PE. Big nvda pop friday for a swing trade but has been a hard shorted stock. Profitability, financial strength, and efficiency filter at UBS bank likes KO coca cola, chevron cvx, goog, pfizer pfe, waste management wm (wall street journal article, $6/mo). Watching bonds and war and oil news has become very important this year. Billions left tech stocks and went to bonds due to cenrtal banker talk and interbank rate rises.
he is covering for the nasty data coming out of Pfizer. PFE is so fucked when the public finally fucking reads what has been released. Anyone with a basic science background can skim the data and realize they are fucking liars, and hurt people knowingly. Of course they won't be allowed to fail, but my moral ass will keep buying PFE puts
By the time Pfizer releases the omicron vaccine it will be out of date.
The only reason they haven’t given ba4 and ba5 a new Greek is because it would induce panic.
Pfe puts for when they print shit efficacy
I prefer things that have predictable long legs because my time frame is generational. I plop it into a corp and it will be passed on to kids and their kids. I do take chances every now and then, but a grand majority of my portfolio is steady. I dont avoid tech on principal, its more like I just dont have enough confidence in my forecasts when it comes to tech. I do have some though.
Right now my real estate stuff is crushing everything. Im not sure how much its worth at this moment but rent is up nicely too so there is my cash flow. I also get to mess around with the loans. Thats more than half my assets right now. Now sure what % any more.
I own a bunch of KRUS right now. It was supposed to be a temporary thing but I just cant let them go. Really love their model and will likely have 20-50% yoy growth for a long time and no reason why they cant be around as long as the USA exists.
I like video games. I see them as "almost consumer staple" and they are tech. But unlike most tech, their product is basically consumable a lot like other media content businesses. But this one is much harder to make especially at the high end of things (AAA games). My pick here is CD Projekt Red. But there are risks... They are a hop skip and jump away from that psychopath in Russia and major growing pains right now. They doubled in size the last 2 years and are moving to a 2x AAA game process (1 previously). They are also moving towards more efficient development (in house engines to Unreal for uniformity). Unbelievable upside here if you can just stomach the long cycles.
The rest of my portfolio is your basic stuff but all these are rather small. Maybe 1-2% each. GIS, KO, PEP, KDP, LMT, PFE, JNJ, T, WBD, V, VTR, OHI, NHI, MSFT, ZM, AMZN, QCOM, SBUX, F, COST, ENPH. Most of those are very long hold (almost 10 years). Some are new since the pandemic, F, ZM, AMZN, ENPH, PYPL. Obviously the tech pickups have been all over the place even though I didnt get in till they were 40-50% off. But they kept going down. Small positions so almost dont matter. Not a lot of confidence in them.
Finally I keep a lot of cash. Historically between 25% to 50% cash though I do deploy it for swing trades every now and then. My last big one was Tesla 2019 dip. Sold before pandemic. Was at 50% when the pandemic hit so as you can imagine, I did ok. Deployed it again and now about 20% cash due to how much KRUS grew (good problem). But im thinking to start deploying again in small amounts. Lots of good decent right now. AMD is a consideration but it will be a small position at best.
Whats your strategy?
- TSM - 0.40 EV/EBITDA (semiconductors are typically at ~20)
- GOOGL - 13.63 EV/EBITDA (internet software are typically at ~23)
- PFE - 8.74 EV/EBITDA (pharma is usually 14).
Anyone got an explanation on why TSM in particular is trading at such a discount given that there's a semiconductor shortage, they're expanding in America, and everything in the future is going to need a chip?
PG, KHC, CODI, PFE, UWMC (oops...), F, GOGL, STNG, NYMT... I "Double Dip". Like my ice cream with sprinkles AND chocolate chips.
In March or April of 2020, I bought PFE, XOM, T, AVGO, SBUX, MSFT, TTD,, SCHG, VOO, AMT, HD, ABBV, INTC, AMKR, LLY, DIS, PRU, STOR, ZTS, BABA. These are off my head because Schwanb doesn't go before May 2020.
MSFT Leap, AAPL, NVDA, AMZN, SMR, DIS, TSLA, USB, C, ALK, IAU, GOOGL, BHP, WY, PFE
Presuming you know what you are doing in terms of execution and won't just blindly buy stocks when they are trading with a high P/E, here are some ideas.
Positions in brackets should be smaller than your primary holding. I personally would be focused in TSLA, oil, computing, SAAS, and internet retail for alpha with other positions for diversification.
TSLA (F) (LCID) (RIVN)
AMZN (BABA) AAPL MSFT GOOG (FB) NVDA (AMD) (TSM)
ADBE ABNB DIS SPOT TSP (EMBK)
COST DLTR TGT WMT HD (LOW) CVS WBA
BA LMT NOC RTX
LUV AAL DAL UAL
JPM (GS) (BAC)
BRK.B AXP MA (V) PYPL
GIS (K) (KHC) MCD SBUX KO PG NKE (LEVI) (RL)
(CAT) (HON) (MMM) DE GE
GOOGL, MSFT, AAPL, TSLA, AMZN for growth VZ is my lick as a high yielding dividend stock. Virtually zero price appreciation though. Otherwise PFE, DIS, WMT
sold T, PFE and BP in recent weeks.
I wonder why it is that PFE ignores all external market forces?
House Democrat Earl Blumenauer sits on the Committee on Ways and Means and its Subcommittee on Health.
He bought $15k in Pfizer, $PFE, stocks on May 7, 2021 and was up 50%.
Pfizer lobbied Congress on: “Health Issues,” “Medicare/Medicaid,” and “Taxation/Internal Revenue Code”.
>if you’re trying to decide between an index fund, or 2-3 individual stocks within that same index, and moreover 2-3 of the biggest names in that index which make up a disproportionate size of that index, walk me through the scenario where you’re going to see better returns out of the index than you’re going to see out of individual names…
Small caps, not large, tend to outperform in the long run.
The top stocks don't stay the top forever. Owning broad coverage index funds means you catch the upcoming top stocks.
>How in the world is the spy going to go up back to ATH and yet the 2-3 biggest names in the spy , the fuckin bellweather of the American economy, is in the toilet?
The economy and market are not the same thing. In fact, there's research that suggests that if they are correlated, it is negatively so.
>Indeed, I’m curious the last time there was any recovery from a correction in a major index, say the S&P, where you didn’t also see as much % gain, or more, from the top 2-3 names in that index.
Here's the Dotcom bubble: https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio?s=y&timePeriod=4&startYear=2000&firstMonth=1&endYear=2022&lastMonth=12&calendarAligned=true&includeYTD=false&initialAmount=10000&annualOperation=0&annualAdjustment=0&inflationAdjusted=true&annualPercentage=0.0&frequency=4&rebalanceType=1&absoluteDeviation=5.0&relativeDeviation=25.0&leverageType=0&leverageRatio=0.0&debtAmount=0&debtInterest=0.0&maintenanceMargin=25.0&leveragedBenchmark=false&reinvestDividends=true&showYield=false&showFactors=false&factorModel=3&benchmark=VFINX&portfolioNames=false&portfolioName1=Portfolio+1&portfolioName2=Portfolio+2&portfolioName3=Portfolio+3&symbol1=GE&allocation1_1=100&symbol2=XOM&allocation2_2=100&symbol3=PFE&allocation3_3=100
I thought I was the only one in wsb that owned pfe shares 😂😂
Acquisition they did make them better than ever every pill you get will be pfe
Pfe outstanding acquisition 🚀🚀🚀🚀
So literally pfe buys all biotechs
The same principle will always apply. If PFE is at 40, a 50 strike put will be worth more than 10.00.
Early assignment is always unlikely, but it becomes somewhat more likely for a put if it is near to expiration and deep ITM. In that case, one might have difficulty selling it for a price that captures any extrinsic value, so one might just choose to exercise instead.
>However, because an American style option can be assigned at any time, why would anyone do that ever?
They probably wouldn't. What makes you think they would?
>Is it accurate that as soon as one of these happens, the owner of the put is now in a good position to have early assignment:
>- If the stock drops more than $7.80 below the strike price of $50 ($42.20)
>- If the stock drops more than $14.50 below the strike price of $60 ($45.50)
No. As the other commenter said, a long holder exercising would be giving up extrinsic value.
If PFE is at 42.20, a 50 strike put will be worth more than 7.80. Even if it's only 7.81, a long put holder could sell that put for $781, and sell 100 shares on the open market for $4220, all in all collecting $5001. Why then would they want to exercise the put and collect only $5000?
Riot is junk, I have bitcoin but Mara,riot and similar will probably keep going down. Pltr and nio don’t make much, buy quality. Nio was $3 and could go back there. Pltr is like a cult stock. Goog is splitting 20-1. Buy quality like dis, mcd, pfe. Or just the spy when it bottoms later.
I am trying to get a question answered and I think last week I wasn't clear so I will use a real life example.
If you look at the options chain for a stock, you can sell an option ITM for the future in the hopes the stock will go up. For example, PFE closed at 48.64 today. You can sell a put for Jan 2024 for strike of 60 for a premium around $1450, or a strike of 50 for about $780. If you think PFE is a solid stock and will increase between now and then, maybe you would do that.
However, because an American style option can be assigned at any time, why would anyone do that ever? While it might be reasonable to bet PFE would close above 50 in Jan 2024, there is also likely to be market volatility. Why wouldn't it be assigned if one day it drops to 40?
Is it accurate that as soon as one of these happens, the owner of the put is now in a good position to have early assignment:
- If the stock drops more than $7.80 below the strike price of $50 ($42.20)
- If the stock drops more than $14.50 below the strike price of $60 ($45.50)
I apologize if my terminology is not accurate but I just want to see if I understand the concept. Thank you in advance.
I hope whomever is desperately propping PFE up, gives up soon
> My biggest screw up was getting too greedy and watching a PFE call go from 5x to -40% then barely breaking even by the end
It’s hard as if you’re not greedy you never get to being 5x up... I think in a bear market it should hopefully pay to be greedy with puts, yeah I really suck with short term options, have to make quick decisions, feels more like I’m gambling than using any real logic
Watching it creep towards ATM a hour before market open is pretty fun. I haven't played options in a while, and I always screw it up somehow by either pulling out too early or too late. My biggest screw up was getting too greedy and watching a PFE call go from 5x to -40% then barely breaking even by the end. The whole thing is a learning experience tbh. Spy <5dte options taught me to stick to the plan and not to let the adrenaline and emotions take over
I have been spinning Intel (INTC), Walgreens (WBA), and Alibaba (BABA) and recently Pfizer (PFE).
Not sure what kind of capital you have to work with but - per my calculations on discounted cash flow / conservative projections, all of these companies are undervalued. So writing cash secured puts at very low strike prices has been lucrative. I’ve been assigned a few times and been able to write covered calls the next week for a higher strike price. If I get assigned and the stocks continue to go down, I’m happy to hold them 😎
Tsla,msft,aapl,upst,aal,pfe,abt,lly,amd,nvda,alb %50 cash to buy 11400 and 10300 Nasdaq levels. Incoming: Epam,tmo,lthm,acls,googl,panw,dltr,unh Rich maker portfolio in 5 years.
Epam,nvda,amd,avgo,upst,pfe,aal even msft ,googl and aapl. But i think Nasdaq will drop another %20 till November.
Correct lol. My retirement fund is total Bogle... 2 funds, low cost, hold for 30yrs. But my taxable is more play money so I watch it too much. I'm tired of averaging down lol
INTC got me too. Average cost is like $51. APD got me, C got me (their book is so low, idk how were going any lower... Especially with raising rates. When it pops I'm out.) Luckily LMT, IRM, PFE, and ET are keeping me green for now.
Do you like any of these stocks?
• AutoZone (AZO) • Home Depot (HD) • Walmart (WMT) • Starbucks (SBUX) • Pfizer (PFE) • WD-40 (WDFC) • RCI Hospitality (RICK) • PayPal (PYPL) • Ruger Firearms (RGR) • Shake Shack (SHAK) • Keysight Technologies (KEYS) • Pool Corp (POOL) • Dutch Bros (BROS) • AMMO Inc. (POWW) • Snapchat (SNAP) • Lululemon (LULU)
NVAX is up almost 50% from its recent lows a week ago based solely on in the fact the FDA tentatively scheduled a meeting to finally review their vaccine for next month, and that the PFE pill isn’t as great as initially advertised. They notoriously save bad news for the earnings call, and can never deliver shit when they say they will, so I fully anticipate it to get shorted to hell. Buying puts.
For the most part I stay away from Pharma or Biotech in regards to investing, since I feel they're really hard to gage most of the time, even for me, and I went to med school.
PFE is actually the one pharma company I would have considered and I was very close back then, so that's why I name them - would have given me some diversification in that direction apart from my Index position.
So getting into that is much more realistic than saying "damn, I really regret not buying TSLA when it was at 40 bucks", because I wasn't anywhere close buying them back then.
WM up 2.03% was my biggest winner, along with AMD (1.57%), AAPL (0.47%), XOM (1.55%), PFE (1.26%).
NET: Down 15%; APPS down 6%
I won't know how far I'm down or up though until mutual funds update
My single biggest regret from recent times is that I didn't pull the trigger on PFE when I was watching it around 34, 35 bucks and thought to myself how it was looking pretty attractive and then proceeded to buy nothing because of not looking at it enough and concerns about it just rising slightly because of the vaccine before dropping below 30. Foolish.
Bout to buy some PFE puts as well, 43$p 6/3, they are falling into irrelevance but I need to do more research before I commit
He should bring out his dancing syringes and talk about Pfizer profits. PFE calls
From spac bubble it's ONEM HIMS AI FIGS, they all have shown good growth and fundamentals are otherwise improving. Took fliers on PATH, bought PINS before earnings release. Earnings on CCRN were ridiculous and I'm adding. SEM is at a low PE and has a good dividend and growth prospects as does SMG(imo), GNRC earnings wow, have been buying SBUX. I'm overweight healthcare, specifically CVS, UNH, SEM, med tech like BSX, pharma PFE, just started a position in MRNA.
AVGO, QCOM, TXN, ABBV, PFE, MRK, ABT are a few good picks for the sectors you mentioned. As for other sectors, I’m currently looking at LOW, UPS, RIO, BHP, CE, RS, and a few others
Did the same last winter but started buying last FRI with the big slide. Even if we go down another leg of 10% , was able to really switch up to a higher grade portfolio . JPM NVIDIA PFE pretty cheap now,
Buy only the top name, best in their field. You can get some at a decent cost. NVIDIA, JPM , HD all on sale. Look ahead 3 years not 3 months. Forget the TDOC , FB and DIS. Get some energy on a dip, not too late. EOM, XLE. PFE at good entry. This is the time to stick with string balance sheets . Apple whenever you can, even 1 share at a time
#Ban Bet Won
/u/Ifukbull (3/0) made a bet that PFE would go to 50.0 when it was 47.78 and it did, congrats retard.
What about PFE? It’s trading at 8x 2022 earnings with a 3.3% yield.
Msft,aapl,pfe,lly,nvda,amd,aal,v,upst,bg,abt,tsla (Amzn and googl will be added gradually after split)Alb,Panw are being tracked
Didn’t PFE drop anyways though?
I did this as well, PFE and XOM. Sucks, but lesson learned.
PFE can you just fuck off already
What time is pfe reporting earnings?
Go $PFE, $AMD, $DVN, and $CVS
$CAR printed yesterday with record Q1 2022 earnings and will be printing more. Time for $PFE and $AMD💰💰💰 Liked $DVN as well
The only problem with PFE is that it is a fucking yuuuuuge company and maybe vaccines in the middle of covid made an impact, but it really has to be big to move the needle there
Who’s holding PFE puts into tmw?
Damn, shoulda bought PFE puts. They going down at least 15%
Its more a dividends that been performing similar to SPY over the past 5 years. Its good addition to your portfolio if you wanna dedicate 10-30% to higher dividends yield. Also, most of companies within SCHD tend to perform well during high inflation, so it tends to be on the staple side. Companies like AMGN, HD, KO, PFE, LMT, … etc just keep selling
I agree that the chances of the GOV covering for PFE is high.
Pfizer also got busted dropping those injured during the trial from the trial data. And this is just information from the FIRST batch they were compelled to release by a Texas judge. I guarantee the "good stuff" is yet to come. But you are right, PFE will fare much much better than MRNA will. Really depends on if the public takes of the blinders or not. All the data any scientist would need is right there.
Pet department spun off from PFE.
I have a lot of long dated PFE puts. Waiting on the public to catch on that they released data showing they were well aware of massive side effects from their products (high and cumulatively increasing lipid concentrations in ovaries of the test mice) and went to market anyway. It will be the scandal of our lifetimes once it all makes it mainstream.
Thoughts on Pfizer (PFE) on earnings?
Ban Bet Created: /u/Ifukbull bet PFE goes from 47.78 to 50.0 before 2022-05-07 14:32:13.103425-04:00
What's the best lotto play for overnight tonight? Already have PFE puts
It works until it doesn’t. Collecting the premium seems like easy money, but it kinda sucks when you get assigned. I mean if you’re selling calls at a strike well above your cost basis, then even if you get assigned and have to sell your shares you still make money so it’s not all bad. But it sucks if the share price moves even further up.
I messed around with selling weeklys with 100 shares of Pfizer, and got like $20 or whatever every week in premium for a few weeks. Then PFE moved up quick and I got assigned and was forced to sell, I still made a profit but lost out on a whole lot more and also was forced to realize short term capital gains. After that I decided it wasn’t worth the time for me.