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Dang. And to think I kicked myself for dipping out of PYPL at 26 Last summer only to see them go all the way to 300 for a short bit.

At least I don’t gotta bag hold that along with the other stuff I am already down on. Just wish I bailed on SHOP in quick order too lol.

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What is with PYPL price Action today? So choppy and extreme ups and downs.

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Bag-holding $PYPL at $108. I guess it could be a lot worse!

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FB puts and PYPL calls it is

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Okay, I just looked at PYPL. What the fuck is wrong with that stock? You're not supposed to do shit like that with high ass volume.

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Might get cheaper... pypl.

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PYPL really just dipped like, "Nah I'm good, y'all have fun though"

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I have bought PYPL on February 2021. Deeply in red now obviously. I am not selling yet, because I have already lost 80% regardless, and because this is a relatively attractive entry point into a relatively healthy company. On the contrary, my other -80% position (ROKU) will be liquidated soon with my annual tax harvesting campaign .....

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Mine are mostly ETFs SHB COWZ VOO TQQQ

and I hedge with VIX for times like these where if it gets too bad, I can take some gains.

PYPL is really cheap right now and congress has dumped a lot in it recently so keep your eyes open on that one

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AMZN, ROKU, PYPL, GOOG. And if you are highly risk tolerant, add to the list ACB

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best opportunity now is in tech sector. pypl, fb, nflx etc all back to 2017 prices.

FB can actually buy back their entire float with their FCF over next 10 yrs, if they wanted, if share price remains at this level.

this is the most insane market i've ever seen, and will likely to see for a long time.

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The sold stocks are TSLA, MSFT, NVDA, PYPL, COIN - is it really outlandish to think these rebound 20-30% in the next few months when I’m only paying $145/month in interest on the debt?

Sincerely asking

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Bought GME 110c at .65 this morning and hedged with 100p at close. Took profits from SNAP calls. Held onto PYPL. house money rest of week baby

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Long positions in AMZN, GOOGL and PYPL

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I've only recent started using Google finance to track my portfolio...its really quite good haha

I'm a big confused by your portfolio. My first thought is how old are you? If you're young you could increase the exposure to risky assets, emerging markets to hopefully increase gains. if you're older focus more on retail/bonds/all market etfs ect. You could have a 30 30 40 split, so say 30 in voo/world/emerging/biotech/consumer staples ETF etc, then 30 in individual stocks like NE, KO, JNJ, google, amazon what ever solid, cash generating, free cash flow business, then 30% in riskier assets (baba, small biotechs, nanostring, pltr, stne, maybe 5-10 into crypto, BTC, ETH, DOT, ADA ect).

Are you setting it up for a long term 30+ year portfolio or a shorter 5 year. As they require different portfolio structures...for example semiconductors (TSM, ASML) tend to be 3 year cyclical.

Are you DCA over the next year, as its likely to be heading into a recession...so most sectors and stocks are going down from here....so do you want to take the risk and buy heavy hit sectors (like tech, NASDAQ) which have more room to rebound or do a safer play with consumer defensive (wallmart, dollar tree, automotive-ORLY), to grow slightly...hoping to beat inflation. If you're American, maybe invest in I-bonds at 9% annual return, if you're British maybe have premium bonds for safety, or inflation linked gilds.

Personally I have 30% of my money currently in a portfolio, the rest is in bonds/cash. I'm dollar cost averaging into my positions over the next 12months, to end with 50% in the portfolio and 50% in bonds (unless any amazing dips accure) by June next year.

I have exposure to 8%( baba, pypl, FB, amazon, google, boohoo), 5% ( nanosting, sofi, citibank, wallmart, stne, pltr), then voo, xbi, xbp, and others. This is a small example as I have many more stocks and different portolfios and investments.

Lots to think about.

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A little bit of Netflix, a lot of PYPL, some U, WMT, a little BA, and a lot of SNAP.

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I took some of my oil gains from selling $BP last week and opened a small position in $PYPL Friday. I just doubled my $PYPL position this morning. There is a lot of consolidation going on in Paypal for the last month.

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PYPL calls ez money right now

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Soon spy chart going to look like PYPL chart

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What part would you like me to refine? The fact we saw close to 70% growth on the S&P and the largest increase of total market cap of stocks over a 2 year period, dwarfing previous record overall gains in that amount of time? If my info is wrong I will gladly revise my statement and claim your smarter than me. I also see no mention of PayPal now having to compete with other payment companies with as good or better technology with cheaper transaction fees. I do not own PYPL so have no dog in this fight but I wish you the best and do hope I’m wrong, for everyone who is holding this stock.

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Looking at the weekly just makes me concern it turns into another PYPL/NFLX situation. 200W is at 118. I'm not usually bearish, but nowadays, -20%+ on ER is too common.

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Some stocks like PYPL are trading below its covid crash lows.

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SNAP went from $80 in Sept to $13 today. PTON down 95% from ATH. PYPL down 75% from ATH. COIN down 85% from IPO last year.

This is 1999 level carnage. You just don't see it on the indexes because they're propped up by names like AAPL / MSFT / GOOG.

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Fb etsy skyworks shop pypl literally anything

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Let’s talk about Netflix , roku , Snapchat, fb , pypl/sq

Netflix drop because too many streaming platform.

Roku who still buy roku device? Most new tv come with their own device..

Snapchat - who still use it? Everyone was on TikTok .

Fb have no growth and user is moving to other platform.

Pypl/sq - fintech have same fate like Netflix. Too crowd and many way to manage your moment..

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It's been over half a year, and I still can't believe I bought PYPL at 220 and thought it was a great deal.

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That is a shame. With Stripe people were like dont buy SQ and PYPL. Stripe is way better than both.

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Really glad that ETSY YETI and PYPL (my biggest holdings) all decided to sit this rally out.

I’m sure they won’t sit the next red day out though.

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Wow, so when I bought PYPL, our individual efforts reached harmonic resonance and increased our auto-inverse purchasing effect.

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I believe $PYPL owns Venmo .

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I started accumulating PYPL. Imo tech is cheap right now. It ran up without much sense in late 2020/early 2021 and then it corrected overly hard. The money losers first (and lots of them might never recover), then the decent names like PYPL, DBX, and many others.

And now only the large caps remain - and IMO those are still overvalued. I don't think Apple, Amazon and co. Can keep doubling their earnings every few years. Exponential growth has to stop at some point.

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A good lesson. Do not compare todays price to yesterdays price.

$300/share from an inflated FED market does not mean PYPL is worth $300/share and will return to that price this year or next. If you believe in PYPL buy and hold it. I wouldn't expect this to make new highs for the next 5+ years and we could continue to see more downside as the FED continues to unwind.

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People are not investing 6 months ago, people are investing now.

The biggest joke out there is to stay away from unprofitable companies. Invest in good companies which you believe in and researched their earnings.

We saw Walmart and Target tank 20-30% in a week last week. There isn't a single safe company in the stock market. These companies tanked the entire market, while FinTech went up.

Let's just go through some of the FinTech companies:

>SQ - 28% from low on the 12th of May
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>UPST - 72% from low on the 11th of May.
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>PYPL - 13.7% from low on the 12th of May.
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>HOOD - 29.7% from low on the 12th of May.
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>SOFI - 53.9% from low on the 10th of May.
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>AFRM - 77.9% from low on the 12th of May.
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>COIN - 66.3% from low on the 12th of May.

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FB, google, TSLA, BRK.B JPM way up 7.6% PYPL PG MA DIS ADBE... all big green in S&P top 20

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This is why.

And this.

Basically...earnings/net income went way up during the pandemic, and investors bid the PE ratio way up, and now earnings/net income is on a 3-4 quarter downturn, and investors are selling the PE down with it.

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I bought some pypl. Thats why its down.

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PayPal changed its business strategy about two quarters ago and the new strategy has yet to be deemed successful by the market. Originally, it measured its success by new user growth. Its new strategy is to increase the average transaction amount. There was also an issue where the number of new users was overstated and the fake accounts when eliminated showed PYPL did not have the growth that they originally reported.

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I think we are getting to the point where if I need to sell or if I want to buy, would I rather buy $AMZN or $APPL at these prices or buy/sell $PYPL or $NFLX? These are just examples. I personally would rather buy $PYPL at today's prices. If I had to sell I would rather sell $AMZN than $PYPL. Money is coming out of mega caps.

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$PYPL’s price per share is lower than pre-lockdown & 2020 lows. Do you think this’s a good time to take a decently sized position in PYPL? Is there some obscure information scaring retail and institutional investors? Is it simply oversold due to recession talks?

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$PYPL’s price per share is lower than pre-lockdown & 2020 lows. Do you think this’s a good time to take a decently sized position in PYPL? Is there some obscure information scaring retail and institutional investors? Is it simply oversold due to recession talks?

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Both are still too expensive for my taste. Basically you are still paying a small premium in comparison to their financials at this moment. During Covid these were hyped up to the moon, it is certainly possible they will return to these heights but it may take years or they may never recover. If we truly enter recession then its much tougher for new companies to disrupt the market since getting capital is a lot more expensive. But if you think these are in a good position to disrupt the market then they are good small bets imo, I like to allocate anywhere between 1-10% of my portfolio to my small gambles, which is what I would consider roku and fiverr now. Imo there is 50% they go under and 50% you get multiple x return on invesťent so it is a sound bet, just depends on your risk tolerance and if you are fine with the knowledge that on these particular companies there is a chance that you might never recover what you put in.

I am bullish on the big tech that dropped a lot and is part of our life. So my biggest position is Appl at 133 cost basis, 3x leveraged FAANG, Unleveraged FAANG, Amazon so that I am overweight on these two FAANG tickers, AMD, ABNB, CROX, MSFT, NVDA, PYPL, SNOW and 3x leveraged Nasdaq to get exposure to all other companies and betting on Nasdaq being near bottom.

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yea ur just dumb ill give you a pass.. of course ive bought the dip. FB, PYPL, MRVL all great growth companies to buy - growth in general has been through a correction

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Lmao PYPL is dead money

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Every future market is Green. I feel less nervous about taking profits and selling $BP and buying $PYPL Friday. I hear tech stocks only go up so I'm diversifying : P

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yup, that’s the timeframe when I bought most of my PYPL shares 😢

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Yeah but it also has MSFT GOOGL PYPL NVDA etc. Zombie companies will eventually die off.

Plus you're buying into FB which is beat down about as far as it'll probably go. Only upside left.

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Is PYPL a good buy now? Is PLTR a good buy now?

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Guaranteed stock prices 12/2023

SOFI-$25 PSFE- $14 UPST- $55 PYPL- $225 WISH- $0.99

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For fuck sakes, champ. I've been on this sub for 4 years. One year on this account and three on my old account which I don't use for investing.

I know it's not a literal meme stock.

Both AAPL and TSLA have hype inflated, irrational prices.

Every schmuck wanted to invest in the market in 2021. Do you know what they bought when they didn't know what to buy because they were knew.

Companies with products they understood and liked.

Dumb money dumped into AMZN TSLA GOOGL APPL FB PYPL

Some of that dumb money is still around.

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I have PYPL 1/20 $250 leaps LOL

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>PYPL

why

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PYPL calls next week god damnit

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If you're not buying PYPL at 2016 prices, what are you even doing with your life?

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I just bought $IPI, $KMI, and $PYPL. $KMI is a large existing position. $IPI and $PYPL are new positions.

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Personally, I think we're close to the bottom. We're just slowing grinding through sector selloffs, so it looks never ending.

But you look at some stocks like PYPL/FB/HOOD, and it's clear the bottom has been met for them.

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What charts are you looking at? PYPL has been in a sustained downtrend since the middle of last year, and so a 4 point recovery today hardly counts as rocketing, IMO.

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i'm still YOLO on $PYPL

Once summer gets here, it's going to be full steam ahead

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PYPL

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PYPL is on the verge of busting out in a massive way. Love to see that piercing 5.21% green thru the heatmap

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#Ban Bet Won

/u/jarvis4__ (1/1) made a bet that PYPL would go to 90.0 when it was 79.11 and it did, congrats autist.

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Works if you exclude macro as a factor.

Problem is who owns PYPL shares right now? Will they hold the shares when market burns or will they dump them like hot potatoes?

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401k all in PYPL. Lets go

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I'm mostly diversified. I have 10% in UNH as my largest position and so far it's holding up.

All i know is that UNH has a CAGR of 22% back to 1990 and has beat the sp500 since then.

I also have a little TMO and SHW.

Have some HD COST UNP NEE and ODFL.

Some MSFT GOOGL NVDA CRWD PANW

Then I've got some small positions in INMD VTNR PYPL UPST etc.

I'm making my ROTH mostly FSKAX which is Fidelity's total market mutual fund.

And some of ROTH is also a Fidelity healthcare mutual fund.

I'm 40% cash though right now and will average down slowly over the next month's if we fall or particular stocks fall to better entries.

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I've invested half of my Roth IRA in SPY and half in Growth stocks. I am in it for the long run (I am 27 years old) and have a longer horizon, therefore I can handle riskier stocks that I have strong conviction in. $ABNB, $SHOP, $COIN, $PYPL, $TTD, $MELI to name a few. Obviously my S&P holdings have gone up (slightly) all-time, and my growth stocks are down 50% or so.

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It does kind of feel that way, or at least similar to 2008-2009. I just put all my retirement investments into conservative/stable value treasuries. Feels a little late but I didn't have enormous savings, and I think we could still see a significant drop. As far as NFLX and PYPL, and even TSLA, it could be a long time before they regain all time highs, if they even do it in the next 20 years or ever. I feel like 5 years from now, AAPL, NVDA and AMD would still be good investments, but I don't know shit!

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Why I'm worried I'm pretty much doomed with my portfolio. Was not for retirement or anything, just for making some money on a few short and long term plays in tech. Mostly TSLA, AAPL, NVDA, AMD, etc.. I opened it last year at ATHs and am in the red really bad. I could DCA and have with a few, but I'm more just focused on recurring payments to my IRAs, robo portfolio, etc.

Really worried I've lost all the money I've poured into my tech portfolio. I'm worried that NTFLX, PYPL, and a few others will never get back to cost I purchased at. Even TSLA I'm very worried that it will never recover. Seeing posts like this scares the living shit out of me. Are we not in a situation that is just as bad if not worse as the tech bubble of the early 00s?

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thinking of going long call on PYPL, i use it all the time and like it. use up the last of money and stick with stocks for long term.

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Imagine not buying PYPL under 80 or FB under 190

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Alright now PYPL just needs to go up another.... 50%.... to cover my cost basis.

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This is my noob portfolio if anyone interested.

Its definietly finance youtuber.. and Cathie gif influenced.... img

CCL, PYPL, EPAM, DBX, CRSP, COIN, PLTR, TDOC, OTLY, WIX, SNAP, DIS, ADSK, ADBE, SHOP, NFLX, NIO, AMZN, INTC, CVX, XOM, OXY, SWN, GME, CRSR, BYND

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2-3 years I’m confident PYPL will have great returns. On the other hand I am making an aggressive play that I believe in and hope it pays off. 🤝

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I think shopify is great and I hope it works out for you! I dont think its necessary to compare SHOP to PYPL though as they are different limbs of the e-commerce body.

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PYPL going parabolic eh holy shit img

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SOFI a better bet just now ..... but I like PYPL also. Might get me some!

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Buy PYPL, it’s green in a red market and is very undervalued.

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PYPL is a winner in a a red market

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MSFT AMZN NVDA PYPL ADBE also green

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Oil demand will go higher and higher and there is short supply. You do you !

I have INMD PYPL and UPST that are beat down. I have a very diverse portfolio. You have no idea what I hold! I also have VTI and QQQ!

I'm 45% cash waiting for 3500 sp500!

Get a life you aren't as smart as you think you are!

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So I have followed my startegy of harvesting the flowers (winners) since January. I also hold onto the weeds in hopes they will bounce back (psfe, weber, fdx, C, JPM). If something was up 30% I sold half of it. For example sold half my oils CVX, SLB. Yes I left money on the table as they have stayed strong but I still owned XOM and MPC. Sold CLF after I made 40% in short time watched it run higher but I had locked 40% return (don't be a pig). What I am guilty of is greed LY. I was up a lot on msft, aapl and pypl. Greed got the best of me and instead of exiting pypl at $300 i held and held and held. My basis is $40. I was a total pig. I have added aapl in last 2 weeks ($157 and $143). I own a lot of aapl and believe it has a strong moat, strong balance sheet and great brand.....all things I look for in a LT holding. MSFT is the same but aapl and msft are a large % of my portfolio now so I need to think through increasing that %. Getting my ass kicked on GM and even on F rn. What has been relatively winning??? JNJ, ABBV, TXN, RTX all purchased some time ago. Days like today feel like a kick in the nuts as I was down 5% (woke up to TGT down $50/share). Like in real estate, you make your money on the entry not the sell. If you buy strong companies at a good PE you will do well.

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I go outside, meet friends, go to bars, go to work, and I dont see anyone as panicked as these stock investors in the market selling everything and anything.

NFLX, SHOP, PYPL, etc are down 80% in 6 months. even AMZN is down more than 40% past few months.

People need to chill. they are acting like this inflation will get so bad that Fed will hawk rates up to 10% and we will go into economic depression...

that is the thing with stock investors. many times they get overly greedy (Nov 2021) or overly depressed (like now)

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really tempting to keep buying PYPL.. whats ur thoughts ?

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Vix spiking less retards buying calls pypl 80c 5/20

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APPS is on my list. Lmk what you think of these as well.

COIN ZM PYPL TCNNF GTBIF RILY SOFI

Appreciate any names you have as well

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Tsla is the obvious play tomorrow. I’ll probably go with pypl and lose

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Very true. Let’s add PYPL and ROKU to the collapse.....

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60% NIO, LCID, SOFI, AFRM, PYPL, TSLA 40% GOOG, AMD to hold the heavy bags from above

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Tesla easily is my highest conviction, second would probably be PYPL at least right now. And ethereum if that counts

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>I was looking at a chart of when some tech stocks are predicted to gain what they lost in the last few months. Stocks like PYPL, AMZN, APPL etc that lost over 40% are predicted to regain the losses between 3.5-5 years.

Where exactly are you getting these predictions? There are no reliable predictions of where a stock will go that are useful for investing. If it was widely agreed upon that a stock would be 50% higher next month, it would be more expensive today.

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I was looking at a chart of when some tech stocks are predicted to gain what they lost in the last few months. Stocks like PYPL, AMZN, APPL etc that lost over 40% are predicted to regain the losses between 3.5-5 years. That prediction is void if there is a bad earnings or company fallout so it's a gamble with the high probability of a recession or market downturn.

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I think fintech in general is difficult. The amount of competition for a lot of common services has started to venture into oversaturation. With PYPL, I think the failed PINS deal was an attempt to buy growth but it wound up eroding trust in management, who also walked back long-term guidance (and then the CFO bounced to WalMart.)

Both of these things have been obliterated so much that a strong bounce would not surprise me if tech could actually string a few positive days together but mid-to-long term just not that confident. It's too bad, fintech used to be a great growth theme.

In terms of a bounce, look at AFRM. It's probably not getting back to all time highs, but $168 to $14 in a little over 5 months (around a 90% decline) and if there's any decent news (earnings report that wasn't awful), you're going to get some significant bounces (AFRM up around 60% in 24 hours last week) in some of these things.

Again, not saying good investment and definitely not saying it's going back to all time highs, but some of the things that have been absolutely obliterated (-80 to 90%) and are trading like they're going to 0 could bounce decently if news comes out that isn't awful.

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PYPL

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I think, OP is heavily invested in PYPL. We are 2-3 weeks away from AMZN split. Another 2-3 weeks after that from GOOGL split. Sell little bit of PYPL or all of them instead of dumping at once.

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Music will stop one day, no one knows when but it will. Look at every other inflated company in the world history. MSFT, CISCO in 2000, PYPL, FB, NFLX, AMZN in 2022 lol just the one from top of my head.

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Top 10 buys made by Super Investors in Q1 according to the 13Fs:

  • FB
  • MSFT
  • GOOGL
  • AMZN
  • V
  • MCO
  • PYPL
  • C
  • SPGI
  • GOOG

https://www.dataroma.com/m/g/portfolio_b.php?q=q&o=c

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Here are a few reasons why I don't buy QQQ:
AMZN

TSLA

NVDA

FB

COST

PEP

AVGO

CSCO

CMCSA

ADBE

INTC

TMUS

TXN

QCOM

AMGN

AMD

HON

INTU

PYPL

AMAT

ADP

BKNG

MDLZ

SBUX

ISRG

NFLX

CHTR

ADI

GILD

CSX

MU

REGN

VRTX

FISV

LRCX

ATVI

MAR

MRNA

PANW

ABNB

KDP

KHC

MELI

AEP

FTNT

MRVL

ORLY

KLAC

PAYX

EXC

ILMN

ASML

MNST

NXPI

SNPS

LULU

CTSH

CDNS

CRWD

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I would keep coin and sell pypl and only invest in google, not amazon.

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See PYPL and SQ as well, since beginning of the year they all share the same basic moves, they all have embraced Bitcoin into their balance sheets so expect a higher degree of correlation- in both directions…I am simplifying of course, as SQ and PYPL have their own unique issues to go along with the Bitcoin slide, but all high risk, low/no profit names will look alike right now as someone above joked in ref to QQQ

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Can’t believe this shit. You really think your portfolio was going to go all the way toward zero holding those stocks. Maybe PYPL will go out of business, but the others are gonna be fine.

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