PayPal Holdings, Inc.PYPLNASDAQ
STLA META SPOT PARA WBD GOOGL PYPL TDOC 60% cash.
Few small bets.
My portfolio isn't what it seems because I liked SQ and PYPL.
VIX isn't what it seems because everything is doing down?
I have good credit... I don't know how Burry got a bad Equifax score.
QT is what I call my lady.
PYPL, AMD, maybe SQ as a more risky wager. I'm also thinking now is a good entry to CAT and GNRC.
What do you see as dirt cheap? I’m watching: $GOOG $ADBE $META $LRCX $QCOM $INTC $PYPL $AOS $DPZ $TROW $BLK
Don’t try to catch a falling. Learned that the hard way with $PYPL. I wouldn’t start to buy until $SPY @ 3,600
All of those are down more than the S&P. NVDA, META, AMD, NFLX, ADBE, PYPL are all down >50%.
BABA, PYPL, GOOG, TGT, TROW, META
PYPL moved with the market trend in the past week. Everything is in deep discount but companies with low overhead cost like PYPL or cash kings like ZM will do well in the long term.
I've been watching PYPL. It had been holding up pretty well and then broke down last week. Have not been watching closely enough to understand why - I remember it being at 300 too clearly.
Laughs in TSLA barely declined with a 100PE. Laughs in META with 10PE down more than TSLA eveb though they make way more money than TSLA
I learned that investor and market sentiment/confidence matters most. In addition, growth projections>all. If a company is projected to grow (even substantially) and it's valuation reflects that, the stock won't decline a whole lot even in the worst macro conditions as long as it is meeting/beating those growth expectations (see TSLA).
On the other hand, If a company fails to meet growth expectations or worse, changes it's growth plans, the stock will be obliterated in poor macro conditions (see META NFLX PYPL)
Why pypl flatter than Joe mama’s boobs?
The fuck is up with PYPL after hours
Just realized that PYPL has been trading below lockdown levels.
If PYPL AH is right congrats call holders
Can you please edit the post and add my bags of PYPL and BABA to the examples of good stocks? Thanks!
Hi All. Please rate my portfolio.
I've started investing this year and pretty much everything is now long hold. From time to time I would just increase the position of few top stocks when the price drops... which happened several times this year. All stocks below 2 % were buys early in my 'career' mainly based on suggestions or comments I've read. All above 2 % were researched and planned.
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Because I am more autistic than you and I've already made 300% returns on short positions.
Pypl has cash on hand for buybacks and they are always willing to use it.
SOLD ALL MY PUTS. MY NEW BEST FRIEND IS PYPL $89C 10/7
That's true with hindsight, but I will continue to average down on my tech stocks over the next few months. In fact, most of the super investors have been buying tons of tech stocks in the last quarter. (NFLX, PYPL, ADBE and all big tech except Apple)
No it’s not. A lot of stocks in tech is at 2018 price levels right now. Like PYPL. Sq. FB. And all of small caps.
Pypl, sq, amazon...i can keep going
That and pypl have been a wild ride down
Tech is gonna benefit from this. They have relatively low overhead costs that the brick and mortar business establishments. Companies sitting on a pile of cash like ZM and Fintech giants like PYPL will do really well.
I agree. I have no doubt that they'll announce share buybacks soon. Look how PYPL moved up when they announced share buybacks during their recent earnings call.
META, GOOG, NVDA, BABA, PYPL, ABNB, UBER, MTCH, ALGN,
stupid little Pierre. Go eat more snails and cock
Yeah. QQQ may be a better option. PYPL got an upgrade tonight and is in QQQ top I believe.
I also like my NVDA at 130 basis, but it's hated now.
LRCX down to 12 PE I think.
I'd load up on high value stocks such as PYPL while they're cheap.
PYPL is such a garbage service to use. Valued like a tech company but even Costco’s website works better than their POS
INO, ACB, PYPL, ROKU costs me the equivalent of a beautiful Porsche 911
INTC, ALB, SPOT, META, PYPL, C, PFE, AND GOOG. 😁
PayPal seems like it could expand its services into basically a full suite of banking services and eventually a bonafide bank with its payment service embedded on every website. PYPL
My PYPL is crying and I have to hold this shit forever lol
Gonna add MU and PYPL to my portfolio.
AMD, GOOG, AAPL, BRKB, JPM
Small positions in PYPL, MP, U
I'm buying GOOGL as dividends come in and I sell a few bags, since it's so low. In six weeks it's gone from zero to being my largest holding. If I can get 96 for my 10 PYPL next week and MSFT drops to 240 (which would be a 52-week low), I hope to open a tiny position with 4 or 5 shares. Beyond that, I'm out of cash unless I transfer more in. It's the same old refrain: No one knows where the bottom is...
They actually aren't. Go look, specifically, at PYPL and META. Not only are they below their Feb 2020 pricing, they are below their April 2020 bottom. Capitulation.
ah PYPL, COIN, and OKTA are my worst positions.
I hold no bugs. That said, I’ve been bag-holding NVDA and just became an instant bag holder of FDX. Also a former bag holder of PYPL, which I finally sold at a robust loss.
PYPL is down 80% from ATH. FB is down 60%. ADBE is down 55%. CRM is down 50%. NFLX down 65%. SHOP down 85%. Does that not meet your definition of capitulation?
PYPL is down 80% from ATH. FB is down 60%. ADBE is down 55%. CRM is down 50%. NFLX down 65%. SHOP down 85%. Whats juicy to you?
I’ll never buy anything because it “looks cheap” again. Example: PYPL. It was supposedly a screaming but at 210 after hitting a high of 310. I think it eventually bottomed in the 60’s. Good luck to anyone who bought on the way down.
Look at many opportunities stocks like meta from 380 to 146, Nvda from 340 to 132, pypl from 300 to 93, and many more . IIf anyone keep dca on those thhe aren’t doing that well.
Wait until aapl drop below 100 , msft 180 , goog 75 , tsla 200
Yeah lemme tell you this. Im a bull on PYPL and i did sell PYPL at 150 thinking that it was a steal even if i get assigned which i did get assign.
PYPL used to be early 300 and it's 150 50% down from ATH when all e-commerce goes crazy.
Eventually i had to sell at loss around 120 as i didn't see any bull thesis.
With this simple one trade lost 40% of profit last year.
Selling option means you can lose a lot of money just from one simple mistake (or misunderstanding)
It's like you get 99.999999% right but if you are critically wrong on 0.000000001% then you are gone.
Read my post again dumbass.
I gambled and won. PYPL is $7 lower than my strike price right now. It will probably be $10 lower by close.
They are trying to cut into the profit by forcing a sale before the highest liquidity at 3:40pm
So I haven't used robinhood in ages but I bought pypl 99p on her account early this week.
Wtf is this shit?
"Your options positions are in danger of being automatically closed because they are in the money. This position may be closed automatically at 3pm"
Yall been getting cucked like this forever? Just letting them steal the last hour of Theta from your liquidity? I dont even know how this is legal but I feelsbadman for you regards who use this app all the time.
Fine. I will come clean. I still have PYPL leaps that may end up worthless. 2023 & 2024
>SHARES OF BLOCK INC, AFFIRM HOLDINGS AND PAYPAL DOWN PREMARKET AFTER U.S. CONSUMER WATCHDOG PLANS TO REGULATE BUY-NOW, PAY-LATER COS >SHARES OF AFFIRM HOLDINGS DOWN 7%, BLOCK INC DOWN 2.9% AND PAYPAL DOWN 1.3% PREMARKET $SQ $PYPL $AFRM
^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-09-15 ^08:26:12 ^EDT-0400
For some reason all analysts started upgrading pypl for no reason! Sure!
pair trade, long pypl short sq
i have pypl, i bought in shortly after ipo. im looking for another good one. have ko, amd, amzn
Crazy how PYPL was the only tech stock that almost was green for a bit on the day. It's hit its bottom!
PYPL is still pretty strong. I don't know why though.
Damn, Paypal gets bought hard on every dip! S&P is falling and PYPL doesn't give a fuck! It's almost green now.
I am thinking about that as well since I hold PYPL but not sure about the strike price as well as which expiration date to go with….
I also hold PYPL @163 as well. I get the feeling that it will be close to 120 by Jan. I am also thinking about selling cover calls as well.
I get the feeling that shorting PYPL $120 is a bad move.
Passive income? If a "growth" stock tanks and your buy-in price was pretty high, which seems not-too-rare here given the discussions, its probably gonna be a net loss you can't foresee recovering. See: pypl holders at a buy in price over ... oh, lets say, 200.
But if you've held long enough, and maybe you're taking cash instead of DRIP, even if the share price tanks you may just make your buy-in price back purely in dividends.
ZIM has some funky nonsense going on. The sector, industry... the fact that its international(and thus you can potentially be double-taxed, careful about that) paints it as an outlier. But there's far better stocks to look at if what you want is dividends. It seems counterintuitive, but you need to look at more than just yield.
Alright I sold my calls and bought pypl 99p today. Too many regarded bulls in here today to feel comfortable staying long.
They are very different funds.
IBIT doesn't really short crypto. At least not that I can see from their current holdings. As of note and based on their current holdings, the IBIT ETF appears to only have a short position in BLOK. This makes IBIT a somewhat useless ETF since any investor/trader can simply take a negative bias position against BLOK.
BLOK's top 3 holdings are $MSTR, $PYPL and $SQ. So it's not purely a crypto fund but more about companies that have exposure to crypto in some broad way.
BITO is a way for an investor to have access to Bitcoin futures contracts.
Here is list of stocks I need to pump next week: DIS, PYPL, ABNB, META, NVDA, AMD and ATVI.
Everything is pumping hard except for PYPL.
$SYF supports eBay, which $PYPL is eBay's partner 🤷♂️. $SYF is also Lowes & Amazon.
Selling calls is retarded. I have 60k in pypl at 140. Pypl is at 96. If I sell 3 week calls at 125 I'm just making 20$ in premium and run the risk of getting assigned below my share price average. I would be forced to sell for a 8k loss all for 20$ premium...
Why do you hold? Just use a simple rule every time. Close any loss at 8%. Or close whenever it closes below 200dma or something. You can always re-enter a position. Most companies never come back, just fyi. Doesn't matter how popular they are. I would advise you look at DOCU or PYPL, many others.
Your weekly reminder that PYPL is still undervalued. :).
Tried to tell ya about pypl
Not a traditional portfolio, used with derivates, can find alternatives to the non-equity products though
Hey at least you have a $16 day gain for PYPL! That needs celebrating! You got one right!
I know I’m only in the big tech names and not diversified whatsoever on the individual brokerage side, but I’m the most wishy-washy, bi-polar investor around and these are the only names I can stay put in.
Appreciate your thorough reply, no doubt that I fucked up on letting those calls on PYPL and SQ sink that low. Hence, trying to learn my lesson with the MSFT trade and think whether taking the loss at 45% makes more sense.
Perhaps I’m not being clear in my question - I don’t really have long term fears about MSFT (I hold stock in addition to this call option). This is more my concern that the ship has sailed on being profitable on this trade considering the large up front loss and the remaining time to expiration.
Would you guys take the loss and move on from this trade?
I bought a MSFT LEAPS way back in the fall. Expiration is Jan 2024, strike is 195. It is currently at a 45% loss and has about $8000 current value. This isn’t a massive percentage of my portfolio but wouldn’t enjoy it dropping significantly further.
With the macro economic conditions uncertain, does it make sense to just move on from this trade even though it has a long time till expiration? My worry is that by the time MSFT recovered, enough time decay will have eaten any recovery.
I’m in a similar position on SQ and PYPL options. Jan 2024, strikes that were deep in the money (much deeper than MSFT was), and are now at a 80-90% loss position. With those, the remaining value is about $1000-2000 so it seems like just holding for a recovery is a better option.
Thoughts? I really felt that deep in the money LEAPS were a good way to obtain some leverage in a more risk averse way, but after this experience I’m sticking to either leveraged ETFs or just VTI and chill…
Can you share more about your views on PYPL?
PYPL is a good buy right now but plan on holding on to it for a while. Which I think if you are planning for retirement then you are making smart moves. For ETF's VOO isn't bad, about the same as QQQ. VOO pays out a better dividend. SCHD is another good long term investment.
Some good stocks right now PSA, ESS, WINA, EXR, and V
AMZN. I'm super bullish on Amazon. 2% of my retirement account is AMZN.
I could list 4 more but I'd be reaching, lol. I also added PYPL to my retirement account this summer and I already had AAPL. I really think VOO is probably as good or better. In my taxable account I swing trade a small amount and add the profits to VOO.
Sad how pypl is no longer here... 😞
I disagree strongly - this is a mini-tender. https://www.sec.gov/reportspubs/investor-publications/investorpubsminitendhtm.html
According to Adobe - one of the conditions of the tender is that "the closing price per share of Adobe's common stock exceeding $500 per share on the last trading day before the offer expires."
This company Tutanota goes around and issues similar mini-tenders all the time. They have issued similar offers for NVDA, PYPL, DIS, HD, BAC, etc. in the past few months. It's an old scam that's been around for decades although I haven't seen it lately.
They are betting that investors don't understand the terms of the tender. It is a way to issue a riskless OTM call option where Tutanota doesn't pay a premium for any call rights.
It's basically a riskless arbitrage on investor ignorance.
I don't want to give it away but probably PYPL puts would be a wise playin the near future...say around Q3 ERs.
Motherfucking, Coal, dude! Motherfucking Coal! Especially with Gazprom or Nordstream or whateverthefuck shut off until "further notice". Falls a'comin.
Dropkick Murphy's can fuck right off, too.
Happy Labor Day 'Merica.
I own SQ, COIN, and PYPL. I'm not selling, but I wouldn't also buy more now.
Because i know meme stocks are manipulated, im prepared and positioned for big swings or even hedged. Meanwhile dogshit wrapped in bullshit "legit" megacaps can get destroyed (pumped and dumped) but yeah they're all legit good investments alright: nflx, fb, shop, nvda, snap, pypl, docu, roku, rblx, sq, upst.....
Nvda and amd next to spiral into the abyss
I only have 7k invested but my account is down to 5200 now. About half is Roth. I bought a lot of PYPL, SMG, and the weedstock ETF. I kind of hate myself for making risky moves but thought my VTI, AMD, and MSFT could offset the risk somewhat.
Thanks for your input. I disagree on tech not giving at least a 2x from here....We're talking about tech, the single biggest evolution in human history. There will be amazing companies that are yet to form, and companies like NIVIDA working on semi-conductor will pave the way etc.
I understand that pharma, financials, energy etc are the recession stocks of choice. That's why im also looking at PYPL, STNE, XBI (USOR) stocks. But im looking into stocks like ASOS, which traditional would tend very poorly during a recession, and hence are dramatically under-priced right now as everyone else has sold it, its also been around for years and have a cyclic (3y) nature to its stock. Its hard to predict what the next bull market will consist of.. maybe space stocks, cannabis stocks, who knows for sure...
Tech will not give you a 2X. The sector that led to the correction does not lead out of the correction. You need to look elsewhere.
We are in/entering a normal, cyclical recession. What does well out of a recession? Industrials, energy, financials. Maybe you can find some tech related to those fields like PYPL (financial).
Medical devices have been quite weak because of COVID. Lots of quality names there that have tread water, small and large cap: BAX, HAE, SIBN.
Another place to look is broken SPACs. SPACs were a major bubble that has burst spectacularly, leaving micro cap stocks trading at or below cash. Most of them are real businesses: SHCR, SHPW, ETWO.
The next bull market will NOT look like the last one. Expand your knowledge beyond tech now.