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QUALCOMM Incorporated

QCOMNASDAQ

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In my Roth I'm down 16% YTD mainly because I have a lot of QCOM and AMD in my Roth.

In my taxable I'm only down 4% YTD, where I hold alot of dividend stocks and have more actively managed my holdings.

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So far: SQQQ, puts, and DCA what I hold. I’m not ready to make new positions yet, since things are still falling.

My main watchlist at the moment: MSFT, QCOM, C (Already own some), GOOGL, COST, and LOW.

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yeah, micron is real similar to amd, qcom, and nvda.

they only have like one core business.

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I see AMD $140, NVDA $240-250 and QCOM $160 by end of year. Don’t see the 52wk high levels until 2023

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Just added to DIS, C, TGT, TTWO, and DKNG as my small position growth stock. Still got eyes on JPM, FB, MSFT, AMD, and QCOM.

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Buy QCOM, MSFT, DVN, or MT today and you’re golden. You’re welcome.

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Rebalanced slightly and trying not to react to the silliness in the markets/news on day-to-day or even week-to-week basis, everything going into the portfolio is aimed at long term investing and not trading with the exception of Bungee and some short duration options from time to time when the VIX hits 20 (TQQQ calls) or 35'ish (SQQQ calls).

QCOM - 10.38%
MSFT - 8.76%
GOOG - 7.53%
LMT - 7.37%
MRNA - 6.97%
IONQ - 5.63% (traded out of it at the Scorpion news and back in after the last earnings call when the BS had been dispelled, managed to double the amount of shares for roughly the same basis, obviously could have been a massive blunder)
BG - 5.05% (trade through the fall when wheat prices go bonkers)
ACN - 4.91%
NVDA - 4.65%
IT - 4.56%
FB - 4.43%
PATH - 3.88%
GANX - 3.59%
OMIC - 3.48%
XPO - 3.36%
ITA - 3.34%
ADSK - 3.28%
DIS - 2.95%
UPST - 2.45% (this one hurt, overall basis was 158 so not the worst, sitting tight for now as the holding is less than a year old and I still see a likely potential big upside in the longer run)
NNOX - 2.33%
SKLZ - 1.04%

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Aapl qcom gsat Zim are all solid plays for a recession. Just don't buy short term calls

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I think particularly qcom aapl and gsat are going to hold up fine from this point

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I'm on the same page as you. I'm extremely bullish on semis, but the individual names I own are AMAT, AMD, and QCOM.

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AMZN, MSFT, QCOM, and TSM. Tech might be down, but these will be the first to rise.

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I own MSFT, AAPL, NVDA, QCOM, AMZN. AMD most that reported are having their best quarters ever.

I still feel like I'm swimming naked in ice cold water.

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AMD, TTWO, DIS, FB, MSFT, TGT, QCOM all come to mind.

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None of them are teslas, calls on QCOM?

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QCOM 130 😅

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I really sold my qcom 136 puts for 2.25. Now it’s 6.00 fuck me right in the ass and just blow my brains out. This is worse than losing money.

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Wow….. just wow…….. another 120% left on the table selling my 136 puts on qcom to early.

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In March Cramer said buy QCOM.

Down 14% since then.

Sponsored by THE INVERSE CRAMER FUND Copyright 2022

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Feels like QCOM is going to melt up any time now. May be delayed till June investor day but I don't see how it doesn't get a huge bump, their stuff is going in everything.

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Don’t tell me that man I’m like balls deep in qcom puts

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Any connection w/ QCOM is amazing IMO. There are a lot more Gs to be had. Great interview on Lex Fridman's podcast with the CEO.

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Man Fuckyou qcom.

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Switched to qcom puts cause I’m gay as hell like that. Wish this retard luck.

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>AMD and Qualcomm Collaborate to Optimize FastConnect Connectivity Solutions for AMD Ryzen Processors $AMD $QCOM

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-05-17 ^09:01:55 ^EDT-0400

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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

CTAS

WDAY

DXCM

XEL

ADSK

WBA

AZN

IDXX

DLTR

MCHP

ROST

TEAM

JD

EA

VRSK

FAST

DDOG

ODFL

EBAY

BIIB

LCID

PCAR

ZS

BIDU

ALGN

CPRT

SGEN

ZM

SIRI

ANSS

VRSN

MTCH

CEG

SPLK

OKTA

NTES

SWKS

PDD

DOCU

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Monday update.

Growth stock portfolio I just sold Friday would be getting killed today. I have OKTA, CRWD, QCOM, BABA and few others I'd be down 45k today.

And my oil is a lot...

I'm buying some of the growth stuff back today or tomorrow with discount.

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the shift to digital has really just entered its 3rd phase. the first was primarily text and search functionality (blogging, searching recipes, store hours,etc). The second was the "smartphone" and more connected era. You can actually browse entire product catalogues and make purchases. you can consume content. you can order food, drinks.. find your way on maps in real time, etc..

the third phase will be like the second, but much "smarter". the advent of artificial intelligence really hasn't started yet. think of siri, but smart. you just say hey, move my 2pm meeting to 3, send an update to all the attendees, and move my self-driving Tesla/Uber pickup to 4:30 and it'll all just happen. logistics centers will be powered by AI.. robotics will slowly replace humans in warehouses, fast food restaurants, drivers, etc...

this will all take time... but the secular growth story of tech remains intact... you could argue that other sectors will grow with tech.. take healthcare for example. but ultimately it's all powered by semiconductors and AI development. GOOG/MSFT (enterprise AI), ASML (chip fab), NVDA/AMD/QCOM (chip design), Tesla (robotics/AI), etc etc..

were some of these names overvalued back in November 2021... 1000%. any of those names stop growing over the next 10 years... 1000% no they will not

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I’m actually content with my positions (except for QCOM)

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Hey guys! fairly new to stocks so would love to hear from you all.
These are the stocks I currently hold, what would your recommended splits be and why?
$BULZ
$INFY
$MO
$NET
$OPEN
$QCOM
$SOXL
$WIT
Any further recommendation would be greatly appreciated!

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QCOM

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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?

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QCOM and ASML.

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This is a tech led dump like 2000 was. Look on the RSP equal weight index it is down about 10%.

So what growth names to pick? I personally have been adding to positions in Google (very reasonably valued on a forward basis at this price), Meta, CRM, AMD, ASML, QCOM (I like these semiconductor names better valued than Nvidia), a little bit of AMZN (concerned about their future growth so not as much), and some defensive equities like VZ, KO, Cost.

Also initiated a position in TTWO, holding for the next few years in anticipation of GTA VI (and reasonable valuation, good cash flow and revenues from Zynga which they have acquired recently).

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I have basically everything at 5% but LC is the largest. I have DCA down most of them but i lost my ass on UPST the other day. Trying to avoid anything too risky from here on out.

PYPL, NET, TSLA, CSCO, NEE, GOOG, CAT, BA, QCOM, MSFT, UNH, SBUX, V, DDOG, MA, DIS, TTD, AMD, and my current favorite LC

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I'm 1k away from being margin called on my MSFT, AAPL, QCOM, AMD and GOOG positions. Unfuckingbelievable

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Intel at $42.1 and QCOM at $128. These 2 are some good dip.

But market keep crashing everyday. Hard to time the dip

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Ive said it multiple times now. AAPL, QCOM, and GSAT are the best choices out there right now besides cash!

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Using these market conditions to trim the fat off my portfolio. I’m down to just 4 stocks: QCOM, GOOG, TSLA, SHOP

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Not at all.

Their CEO (new) has been busy expanding beyond just cell phones and the culture has changed to be less combative (QCOM back in the day were LEGENDARY assholes - battled every customer/supplier/regulator in courts around the world).

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$QCOM is at a forward PE of 11, grew revenue and EPS by over 30%, just guided up for the rest of the year and have a dividend and stock buyback program well funded with ample FCF.

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Buying individual stocks (still DCA) is more volatile, with larger swings up and down. But, if you find a company that has a bit more potential (or might go up faster than the rest of the index), it definitely pays off. In this current down trend, if you picked 1 or a few stocks to dollar cost into every month, like QCOM, AMZN, MSFT, or TSM, I think you could do very well.

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Bought AMD, QCOM, and a little F. Begin averaging down over the next few weeks if things don’t improve.

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QCOM, it's time to drop Skynet. I need a payday.

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Norse Legends Drunken Ramble for the night: Look, feel like we've taken enough action to avoid a real crash but we have gone into a recession. Shit will bounce all over the place but in the end (guessing 3 to 12 months) shit will be flattish from here on out unless it actually deserves to dump (I'm sure a lot stll does, bull mkt pumped a lot of shit up). I still have ~15% in play on leaps (MSFT & QCOM) in case I'm wrong and strong tech rises. I don't know who I'm preaching to, I'm not a bear or bull, I play what I see in front of me. Major constraints I see boosting inflation are solely supply chain issues and uncertain energy costs. Demand is there (until inflation gets way too high.). Don't necessarily agree with the rate hikes since an abundance of wealth isn't causing the inflation, my view is it's really the supply chain causing price bumps and energy hikes due to Russia, but I'm sure JPOW is way smarter than me. My major concern is the liquidity we added during Rona and the rate hikes. I'd like to see rate hikes delayed until supply catches back up so we can gauge if there is a real problem or if inflation will degress by itself due to abundant supply. Rlthe current rate hike course may lead to a huge stock drop off but the housing market will blow first. My prediction is it would start with the abundance of rental property bought due to cheap rates but if that's the case we're all pretty fucked. I'm rambling, that was good whiskey. That's all I've got.

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Definitely QCOM and ASML since they have a monopoly.

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It's OK I have some left over QCOM $250's from last year.

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HD

QCOM

AAPL

MSFT

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QCOM of this cycle IMO.

Great company but was stupidly overvalued when it was over $300, it'll see those records again, but it's going to be 5-10 years most likely.

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Hope so. 90% of my portfolio in QCOM stock. At max I guess we settle at PE 10.

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its all about AAPL QCOM and GSAT, they will survive the recession.

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I own shares of $NVDA, $QCOM, $AMD, and $TSM as well.

Also... $SE is based in Singapore, not China. But in comfortable with the China risk. I'm heavy in emerging markets as it is, and also own $JD and $TCEHY.

Why don't you like $SQ?

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Amzn, aapl, intc, msft, qcom, tm, tsm

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Love QCOM

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did you materialize the loss or just watching balance make up numbers? i am not leveraged, and I just look away and have a beer.

This same shit happened when covid hit and my net worth tanked >30%. Whats irritating this time around is the dithering and how long its taking... "soft landing" my ass. Just take the money away from those who counted imaginary things and move on... instead they are trying to scare people out of their things so that their banker buddies can grab up discounted everything.

I ain't selling shit. i got stocks, not some time-bombed options, nearly everything in tax deferred accounts so zero incentive to sell other than to just time/play the trading game to maximize returns (but I am not risking this, I didn't sell already, and this shit will turn around the moment I do. Im still bullish on all my investments: housing and tech: AMD, MSFT, NVDA, QCOM, AAPL, )

VOO (S&P) is the only thing that is market sentiment problem for me, though I minimized that position tail end of Q4 2021.

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GSL, ZIM, VET, FANG, MT are my bigger commodity and short term plays unless it keeps going.

Longer term I have AMD at 100 avg and QCOM at 142.

Then some Aapl I have at 132 and Google at 2300 ASO is something I'm looking to trim

Trying to play some long term and short term. Was 50% cash after selling Zim and steel 2 months ago now down to 10% after buying it again for way cheaper

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Boomer Intel and QCOM.

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These same arguments can be made of BABA though. Growth is slowing, revenue is misleading due to retail arm, possibly reaching saturation, and competition taking market share.

You can also make bull counter arguments.

FB slowdown might be a one time event and its highly possible that the earnings will return when they readjust. At some point Apple might relent as well if they start bleeding contributors. Also raw user growth is an iffy metric to begin with and needs to be put into perspective. Google for example, reached user saturation on all their stuff (except maybe cloud) years ago, maybe for over a decade, but no one even bothers to look at that metric. All we care about is whether or not they can keep growing ad profits. They still havent made a penny from GC or Pixel phones...

MSFT also reached saturation years ago and has seen their market share shrink the last decade as their clients moved to cloud after abandoning in house enterprise servers but they were able to still grow top and bottom lines by essentially raising prices for the same stuff you always had before. And here we are... they are what? 30 PE or something?

My argument for QCOM is they have longer legs than BABA. BABA, is caged in one nation, QCOM is not and their business is highly reliable and very hard to replicate unlike stuff that is pure software based. There is value to this. Also in terms of growth, the 10 year tells a very different story than the 5. So it just depends on where you pick your spot. But fundamentally, I like them a lot more than BABA in the 10 year time frame.

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CORE PORTFOLIO:

30% QCOM, 25% SHOP, 20% TSLA

The remaining 25% (more risky/stocks I just like and want to own):

FUBO, DKNG, COIN, HYLN, HNST, CGC, RMO, ARMP, TGT, FB, AAPL, BABA, ETSY, DDD, EVGO, CHPT, PYPL, NVDA, AMZN, TDOC

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Last 5 FB quarters they have not been growing, that's why it's priced so cheap. Also flat or declining daily active users.

QCOM margins have come under a lot of pressure, and while they've grown in the past year, they made $22.5B in 2017 and $23.5B in 2020. They're barely growing, the longer term annualized bottom line growth rate looks to be in the single digits.

NFLX revenues also have been almost completely flat for the last 5 quarters. Also declining active users.

GOOG I completely agree with you, it is a good buy at the current prices.

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Heh, I also own KLAC. Never bought any QCOM, but it's on my radar.

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Love UNH, i also invest in a world healthcare ETF because I’m from Europe and there are lots of good companies here.

For tech I stick with the US. I’m liking the semiconductors at the moment and QCOM and KLAC at these prices.

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AMGN BABA BLK CMI CSCO FB GOOG GPN MMM PNR QCOM STAG STOR TROW UPS VZ

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Literally adding a few shares daily DCA into MSFT, AMD, QCOM, FB, and also some blue chips like HON, PG etc. If Nasdaq doesnt hold 12k there is a lot of room down to the next support level

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QCOM did also just got a big deal with VW

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QCOM lost when Apple increased it's internal chip design tempo.

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VZ is over 5% dividend. Only thing I dislike is the current management team. Not sure what vision and direction they have.

TROW is extremely cheap for a zero debt, dividend aristocrat. Plus asset management, investment banking, etc. Is pretty solid business.

QCOM is still underrated. They have come a long way since the Apple and Samsung IP battle. They have diversified into Auto, IoT, 5G that's just not handsets.

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My Roth IRA (Dividend/Growth focused):

$SCHD 49%

$O 21%

$MSFT 11%

$KO 9%

$LOW 5%

$QCOM 3%

$ABT 2%

Trying to diversify a bit more, while growing some of my smaller holdings.

Taxable account (Growth focused):

Cash 100% (Unsure what to buy, and have been heavily focused on my Roth lately)

Options:

Currently taking a break.

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QCOM 151.29 - 139.0 pick a direction

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Have you heard of ASX or AMKR? They fit in with the companies you've listed. QCOM is looking promising, I will check it out further. I have invested in QCOM in the past (traded really). I haven't heard of KLAC or ACLS, but I will check them out.

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Well yea I question cyclicality as well especially moving forward but I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s some. AMDs projected growth in 2023 is expected to slow though after some very explosive growth this year. Um so personally I like the prospects of say KLAC a little more than AMD but only because the valuation is lower. ACLS is interesting, also because of valuation. I’m torn on QCOM. I don’t think these are better companies than AMD I just think returns on AMD might be compressed due to its valuation. I’d love to hear a counter argument if you have one!

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Not identical but similar - Dotcom replaced by SPACs and low fee brokers replaced by free trades increase the gambling mentality and the lack of sufficient DD. During the Dotcom/Y2K days, I thought I was a f-ing genius - road the QCOM and a few other craze. QCOM dropped - "man, I am a f-ing genius" brought more, free money. My mid Mar-April, 2000 lost $300,000 and learned a value-able - I am not a f-ing genius.

Slow and steady wins the race - fully fund your retirement account with low cost mutual funds and ETF. Then and only then - select a few blue chips and relax and stop daily monitoring of the exchanges.

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Let's see if QCOM can hold off falling through that $139: level. if it doesn't, we have a long ways down

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Super high inflation gonna affect Amazon more than Google.

Also Amazon has P/E 58. Google has P/E 21.

Lower PE company will do better when we have rate hike keep coming. Just my 5cents.

side note: QCOM is pretty good as well.

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QCOM and MSFT leaps on deck, waiting for a bit more of a drop.

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Microsoft, Apple, QCOM, MU, most financials, TGT, DKS…like literally dozens of incredibly solid companies that are already massively profitable and still growing and don’t rely on some pipe dream bullshit for their value

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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

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I really like Cristiano Amon. He's the CEO of QCOM. He's been working there since the 90's as an engineer. There's something rad about building the products of the company and later running it.

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Cramers biggest Semi position is now in QCOM. There goes my fav semi stock😴

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>the top chip makers are fabless: AMD, NVDA, QCOM, AVGO, Marvell, Apple, etc.

""Top"" is very subjective

>TSMC's former CEO is correct, the US semiconductors should focus on design leaving the processes/manufacturing to Asia.

He said that because TSMC will benefit from it and its good for TSMC

Not because its good for the companies in US

Thats like saying some car company lobbying for cars over rails is because cars are btter than rails

>there's a reason AMD dump their foundries and the top chip makers are fabless

Really?

AMD dumped their foundries because they couldnt make a new process and they needed money

Not because of ""fabless best""

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My three favorite are NVDA, AMD, and QCOM.

I like QCOM going after IOT of things and the automotive. They are priced pretty cheap and last earnings showed they are still growing. Their CEO, Cristiano Amon, is pretty awesome and has been company since like '95 as an engineer. Snapdragon is pretty rad.

NVDA and AMD continue to grow their share of server GPU's. As cloud becomes more important and in continues to grow, both these companies will continue to do well. They are also high margin chips. AMD talked about improving margins back up to 52% next quarter. NVDA with their AI is awesome. You are paying a higher premium, but I think it's worth it for the growth we are seeing.

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I don't know. Maybe from someone who realizes QCOM isn't going backrupt in 10 years, and that's what it's priced for right now after this absurd sell off

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What’s the $qcom volume spike from? Noticeably larger than other semis

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AMD will start staging for a move up next week, just like QCOM is staging this week

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Alright, portfolio now consists of:

AAPL

AMD

JPM

MU

QCOM

MSFT

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QCOM and the other chip makers (TSMC, AMD, NVDA, ASML, ON).

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I own:

  • $AAPL at 170.31
  • $MSFT at 304.63
  • $GOOGL at 2549.09
  • $AMZN at 2868.78
  • $FB at 212.25
  • $TSLA at 821.80
  • $NVDA at 225.53
  • $NFLX at 206.19
  • $QCOM at 152.57
  • $AMD at 101.81
  • $INTC at $50.53
  • $AVGO at 632.01
  • TSM at 98.44
  • $BABA at 87.25
  • $JD at 58.27
  • $SQ at 106.00
  • $PYPL at 106.77
  • $ROKU at 121.80
  • $SE at 112.11
  • $SHOP at 582.93
  • $MELI at 1138.67
  • $ETSY at 117.17

... And some many more. But this is my core. I'll continue to average down on my higher conviction plays with each paycheck.

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Yup, there's a reason AMD dump their foundries and the top chip makers are fabless: AMD, NVDA, QCOM, AVGO, Marvell, Apple, etc.

TSMC's former CEO is correct, the US semiconductors should focus on design leaving the processes/manufacturing to Asia.

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QCOM is a steal right now. They are supplying like 70% of the chips in the Samsung S phones. They are growing their IOT things and really going hard into the autos. Last ER was solid and they are raising guidance for next quarter.

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soooo buy qcom?

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I am aware, that was during the last crypto winter and cloud computing was far less prevalent than it is now with fewer apparent opportunities for growth than there is now. The demand for server compute was far less then than it is now. There will be periods of glut and shortage, but I believe at least amd and potentially qcom will be more valuable than they are now by the next time semis are in glut. The vast majority of new fab capacity in the US and Taiwan is still at least 2-3 years from from being operational in the most optimistic scenario. Even during a recession I don't see hpc seeing many order cancelations as they are an efficiency multiplier and long term cost saver.

So id say you're right that semis are cyclical but id make a distinction for different sectors. Auto compute, consumer cpu and gpu, and mobile particularly are more consumer discretionary and more likely to get hit with the sharper cycles, but I'd counter that the degree that hpc is cyclical is overstated.

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I think they are clueless. So many concerns coming out of analysts around PC sales slowing down.

QCOM smashed and raised guidance. AMD smashed and raised guidance.

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AMD spread was too high. So bought NVDA and QCOM calls instead.

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AMD spread was too high. So bought NVDA and QCOM calls instead.

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I buy and hold and reinvest the dividends on most of my 50 plus holdings…for decades. Compounding Works well for me. For example, I bought 1,000 shares of QCOM for $3.07 in 2002. Sitting pretty now and will be in my estate when I die….even gave some shares to my granddaughters…..the shares keep piling up quarter after quarter, year after year. It so easy.

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QCOM 5min chart lol

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Gonna pop for sure but will it hold more than ten minutes after tomorrow open. That’s the main question. Probably better off doing sympathy plays like NVDA QCOM MRVL etc

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Converted back to a boomer. Put 10k each into MSFT, QCOM, MU, JPM

Kind of want defense stocks as well but idk

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Converted back to a boomer. Put 10k each into MSFT, QCOM, MU, JPM

Kind of want defense stocks as well but idk

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INTC missed thier earnings and said the chip shortage will last until 2024. QCOM beat earnings but they are not solely chip makers but is a big portion of thier company. So me personally I have 30 AMD May 6 $100 calls. What I am going to try to do today is sell 10 or 15 and make the rest free going into the bell. If the price intra day hits around $93 I will start making some free. However many I have left at closing bell, let's hope AMD blows this shit out the water and in the morning we ringing reggies with free calls.

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Im in tsm & qcom, hope for sympathy if amd crusg earnings

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