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It turns all you bad feelings into good feelings.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gFqR_60FiDM

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I wish we had an option to choose Vermin Supreme

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Putin did invade during Trump. 2018.
Here's a good overview, you'll agree with many points: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xXgP8XDG0Y

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I don't know a lot about TA but I use Bollinger bands and a chart study on Think Or Swim called TTM squeeze. It's in John Carter Studies. It will let you know when a stock is gonna make a big move and which direction. It's not always right but sometimes it makes it obvious.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?t=90&v=N5_OkdvPmUI&feature=youtu.be

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cramer is bearish on all my put bets?

what to do?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

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This fake Star Fox 64 clip might help in getting the joke

https://m.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=ETbMj3cE7YA&feature=emb_logo

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Hell yah V shaped recovery SPY 500 2023

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQWkNXr2ujI

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UNXy3z_NfCI

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>PORK CHOP SANDWICHES!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1BDM1oBRJ8

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kBwFPSa54w

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anyone else watching great depression cooking videos this weekend?

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U, AMZN, MSFT, BABA, DIS, V, BRKB.

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There is some political will, but we obviously need more, especially for the kinds of policies we need to pass.

We would just be so much better off.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Economics/wiki/faq_carbonpricing

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20 PE is not low or value stock level, it indicates a decent amount of growth priced in. And the Forward PE and PEG are speculating growth which, again, Google failed to deliver on in its most recent quarter. I'm not sure why you're daring me to find a better stock when I'm the bear saying the market is still overpriced. Of course Google could rebound and have a great quarter, but how realistic is it to expect repeated record breaking growth after a megacap already miraculously grew its top line 40% YOY? How much longer can it do that? Especially given macro headwinds like the Fed?

And even if Google does this, it won't have much bearing on the rest of the SP500 who all individually face the same challenges. This is my point. We've taken 20% off of the market and AMZN still is trading at 50 PE, MSFT at 25, TSLA at 90, NVDA at 45, V at 40. These are all HUGE companies that are still trading with HUGE growth expectations priced in.

I'm not a permabear, I participated in the glut just like everyone else but at some point you have to be careful of the falling knife. The valuations of major companies are still not in line with an uncertain future which will very likely stifle growth.

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As long as girls view owning an iPhone as having status, guys will keep buying their latest phones for all of eternity to impress them, Apple will literally never ever not be relevant.

Buffett knows this too, this 41 min analysis video of Buffett's holdings over his life explains this same phenomenon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5i_YYAXsAM

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Relevant

I don't think the market is at the bottom, but some might still be a deal.

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The fuck are you talking about? Lol did you really make this account 16 days ago to spam comments about roe v wade and now you’re shitposting in wsb?

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No/v little QE this time to pump up investment to get things spinning again after any credit crunch and all the capital withdraws from markets.

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OP, you might enjoy this to cap off your day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCuubIKo7Ag

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4or-yWPgFx8

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the letter V could learn a thing or two from todays price action

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This once-in-a-lifetime V-shaped recovery day reminds me of waaaaay way back on the day when the Russia Ukraine started a few months ago.

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vaAF_GAc3Mk

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One hell of a V shape

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You must be stupid to not see this V shape recovery

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There's two kinds of V-shapes I like. This is just one of them.

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You know that little red V shape on the chart you get when you buy a long straddle aka max loss? Yeah TQQQ sitting right in its crack.

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Holy freaking crap it’s actually a V-shaped recovery I thought those didn’t exist anymore

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There's two kinds of V-shapes I like. One with stocks, and the other...

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I haven’t seen V-shape for a while, this is noice.

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V shaped recovery. Is the war over. Inflation must be gone as well.

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MASSIVE V shape in the market to screw the Suits up!??!

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#V SHAPED RECOVERY

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V

Shape

Recovery

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Eh too be fair... People were saying the bubble was going to burst since Summer of 2020... I can literally recall weekly doomer posts from then til last Dec.

Evergrande people said was going to cause a global fin crash the like of 1929.

Yeah eventually someone is right.

v. Here are the actual indicators that come in the next 1-2 quarters things gonna finally crash we just need a reason or to spook people to start a sell off.

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Depending on the audience, you could do like a lightning round for: Name the Company for this Ticker.

Some examples:

F

DIS

V

XOM

KO

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdNpJkhVz7o

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iEUSalG6dY

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjmjqlOPd6A

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Everybody pls listen to this video, it describes the state of the market

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4fIbLyOgfU

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V, AMD, SOXL. light buys though incase monday has better prices

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Crazy v shape incoming just to fuck my puts

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Bears saw the ending of V for Vendetta and decided to make it a reality

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You think “Bigly V recovery” is not a big part of the reason the bubble got so inflated ?

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To answer this question, we kind of have to talk about the quantity theory of money.

M × V = P × T

Where: M is the total supply of Money in the economy V is the velocity of circulation P is the price level (of which your time derivative is inflation) T is the total value of transactions (GDP)

Under my comment above, I was making the argument that increasing M increases P, when V and T are fixed.

However you are correct that increasing circulation can cause inflation as well. The effect, however, is a great area of debate and many economists believe is insignificant when M is unchanging. E.g. the 2013 Fiscal austerity did not significantly slow down the economy because it was offset by increases in M.

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Violent V shape back to 400 eod is not even joking plausible

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Everyone has puts and SPY just hit bear territory, I don’t see why it won’t V shape today. Close your puts while you’re still up!

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I kind of feel bad for the bulls, I hope I V shapes so they can at least close their calls at a -90% loss instead of worthless😂😂

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Let’s make a MASSIVE V shape and fuck these Suit shorts up!!

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V INCOMING

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V?

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they're gonna V shape us back into green right? lol...

mmm hopium. RIP calls

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V shaped recovery starts now

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Agreed. No V recovery this time.

Pain all the way down.

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This time there is 0% chance we will see V shape recovery due to monetary policy. I will say it will take at least 1.5-2yrs to recover from this. Just too many problems.

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I think he meant "for Chris Lake".

a British electronic music producer and DJ who rose to fame in 2006 with his hit single, "Changes", featuring Laura V.

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Portfolio of itot, IXUS, aapl, amzn, goog, msft, and v down 23% lol

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I have a feeling we’re not getting a sweet V shaped recovery this time around

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Bears be like: bottom is in here comes the V-shaped recovery img

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Watch us catch one of those massive V days now lol

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MV=PY M=Money supply V= Velocity of money P= Price level Y= Real GDP

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How much shit rallies that fast? v. Eh yeah down and bottom is 30%... Okay wait a day

It recovers by a few %?

I'd argue any stock that can bounce that quickly back up isn't stable and going to fall again.

So if you're doing short term options. Go for it... Long term bad buy...

Even falling exposure duration is longer than the bottom and upward swing duration.

Just run the math... If your DCA is say far more spread out then obviously the curve and yield is better. V... Continually attempting to buy a crashing price short term. Or just hold off.

Show me how many stocks bounce back to their 1/3rd high from the previous high day or week... And sustain it?

Even 2020 crash wasn't that quick. Holding off on buying for just a couple of weeks was a good call.

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Here is a entertaining video about Elon that will help keep the rumor mill running a bit longer.

Rumor mill fuel on Elon

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This is you https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BOwfLUmvwQg&feature=emb_logo

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Not gonna lie bro. The revolution was lit AYYY EFFF!

Let's do it again v

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SPY could test 2022 lows v soon

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People are conditioned to buy the dip from the past 10 years of QE. It will take a while for people to truly understand that this time is different. Not saying one should not DCA but I would be shocked if there is a v-recovery.

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Here comes the violent V

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Here’s something im learning young.

I remember back in 2020 when the market first started going back up, and all these brilliant investors like Buffett took heavy losses in some places and kept telling us the recovery will not be V shaped. A lot of the apes on this app laughed and “okay boomer”ed it off.

But these guys are brilliantly positioned for what comes next. They’ve been ready for this for 2 years now, and theyre gonna make a lot of money.

Any bank with a ton of money on hand will win big in the next 10 years.

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I agree I am expecting international to outperform in the next decade but not making any prediction. You can look at the P/E ratios of internationals for example and say they are undervalued, but maybe they are undervalued for a reason - the market thinks future cash flow is just more reliable in some counties than others.

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Yeah DCA is great long term over the span of years... Method.

It's really stupid during a more drawn out fall...

It's not about people timing the bottom. Look at the average time at a bottom. Small unless there's a massive plateau. (Doesn't happen too often.) You're better off waiting for the bottom then on the up than buying @ 150,140, 130, 120, 110, 105, 100.

V. Yeah it went up again but you buy in @ 105 with the same volume.

If we're talking averages here... Average out those better buy when it's more stable and slightly up than continuous on the way down. 122 v... 105 (If we say buy 10 shares of each or 70 shares @ 105)

DCA is a long term method... But it's not applicable to all times.

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True, but you can always buy to close if you're at risk of being assigned.

Here's an easy to understand video on how they work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVskYyb1kg

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V-shape even in pre-market... What news?

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Not even remotely true.

One of my favorite shorts is "Scrooge McDuck and Money", where he talks about the velocity of capital, and how his money is used to make roads and infrastructure in other countries etc...

He very much is improving the fictional world in which he lives in.

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so this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUtoQDKVR3k

explains the economic downturn in 2012

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It is wild to me how we have such different conditions compared to 2008. Many companies are pleased to be getting back up and running since COVID has calmed down in the US. Labor shortages mean that workers have some power, so folks feel more likely to always have a job of some sort through this particular stock downturn. The main concerns right now (outside of stock prices) are higher fuel prices, higher household item prices, and Roe v. Wade. That’s pretty much it. None of the personal gloom and doom of 2008.

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It looks like the market is starting to send that one to it's proper place as well.

https://wolfstreet.com/2021/10/26/teslas-market-cap-gigantic-v-next-10-automakers-v-teslas-global-market-share-minuscule/

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G1Z17HBqaps

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Are you familiar with the word "nationalization?" Perhaps youre more comfortable with visual displays https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-DT7bX-B1Mg

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Where is carter V?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Slszva6kk90

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The Fed has to raise interest rates to lower inflation. If inflation is 10% then interest rates have to be higher. Raising interest rates ALWAYS causes a recession, at best, and a stock market crash which we are experiencing right now.

Back then, because the 1970s presidents didn't want to stop printing they instead instituted austerity (wear a coat in winter) and price controls, now called "combating price gouging". It worked, for awhile, then inflation came back worse. It wasn't until Carter got Volcker at the Fed, an heroic act, and eventually Volcker raised rates very high and very fast, and caused a great recession, did inflation come down.

Inflation is always a monetary event caused by excess "printing" (or QE, or credit, whatever they want to call it). We have doubled the dollars in circulation in the last couple of years. The chickens are coming home to roost. We are in for tough times.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6Wb92ZE8Hc - The Real Reason Behind The 1970's Inflation Crisis

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Doom & gloom, inflation, rate hikes, compression of valuations (more pronounced on the long-duration side).
In the dispersion of possible outcomes over the intermediate term, why is no one talking about SPX reaching dizzy heights driven by sustained inflation (even if real returns are pedestrian to poor over the next 5y).
It seems a plausible scenario that SPX reaches "some big number" and small but high convexity bet on v. long-term SPX OTM call options (4.5 years out) would be an obvious way of capturing this.
Time-Varying Correlations between Inflation and Stock Prices in the United States over the Last Two Centuries
https://www.up.ac.za/media/shared/61/WP/wp_2016_05.zp77509.pdf

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You mean the guy who tried to pay a horse girl for sex or the v*lue investor who lives like my grandfather on social security?

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None really. A lot of companies will tank from things currently unforseen on a multi decade timeline. Think of AAPL 30 years ago vs today. On top of that, continuing to be profitable and continuing to grow are not the same thing. That said, some companies have proven to be more nimble than others. I'd be comfortable holding the likes of AAPL, MSFT, GOOGL, KO, JPM, V for a long time. TSLA has upside potential but could go to zero. NFLX doesn't belong on that list at all imo.

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=80BXR4zX2EE

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I always liked this one

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=92i5m3tV5XY

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Found this funny video about this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwSaMUzRw30

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Since Sep'17, $V is up ~90% (ex-dividends) despite its TTM P/E ratio declining 18% over that period. Great example of a company compounding earnings + engaging in buybacks to deliver shareholder returns.
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Transaction Speed (as measured by Transactions per Second) on the rails $V $MA and even with $PYPL greatly exceeds that of $BTC, $ETH & $LTC https://t.co/4tsWMx5bP7
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Poor $V $MA as soon as cross border comes back Fed rug pulls the growth outlook.
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Top 5 Buys of hedge funds in Q1 2022. Recurring themes: • Hyperscalers $AMZN $GOOG $MSFT • SaaS/Cloud $ADBE $NET $SNOW • Digital payments $MA $SQ $V • Global apps $FB $UBER https://t.co/8GKOEmzdM9
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If you had an equal-weighted portfolio of $BAM $SPGI $GOOG $MSFT $V, arguably the highest-quality & most inflation-resistant portfolio you can construct, you’d be down 21.16% YTD. What is up with that ? You’d still have a 5Y CAGR of 20.61% though
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Nubank has reportedly purchased $BTC with 1% of its treasury. You may remember that about a month ago Warren Buffett cashed out over $3 billion worth of $MS and $V and bought a $1 billion stake in Nubank... Buffett claims he won't buy $BTC but money speaks louder than words!
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10 Dividend Growth Stocks and their 5-year dividend CAGR: 🍎 $AAPL 8.75% ☁️ $MSFT 9.49% 💳 $V 17.91% 🩺 $UNH 18.33% 🔨 $HD 18.27% ☕️ $SBUX 15.87% 💊 $ABBV 17.50% 🎯 $TGT 7.45% 🪥 $PG 5.48% 🗑 $WM 7.49% Which ones do you own? 👇
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A lot of great stocks out there trading at a discount Given the volatility in the market, it is always important to LAYER into your positions 10 Stock Watchlist: $AAPL $MSFT $GOOGL $V $MPW $O $TROW $SBUX $TGT $DLR What is on your watchlist?
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🔥3 Quality High Growth Dividend Stocks🔥 $V Only a 0.77% yield, but a fast growing dividend. Consumers are traveling and spending. $TXN A high quality proven tech name. 2.77% Yield. $SBUX Rarely on sale, but it is now. I'm accumulating this one. What would you add?
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Stocks to Buy & Hold Forever 👇 $AAPL 📱 $MSFT ☁️ $GOOGL 🌐 $NVDA 🤖 $CSCO 📶 $QCOM 📟 $GM 🚗 $BAC 🏦 $V 💳 $JNJ 💊 $LLY 🧬 $HD 👷‍♂️ $TGT 🛍 $COST 🛒 $PG 🧴 $KO 🥤 $PEP 🍪 $MCD 🍔 $SBUX ☕️ $NEE 💡 $EMR ⚡️ $XOM ⛽️ $CCI 📡 $DLR 🏙 $CAT 🏗 $CMI ⚙️ $LMT 🛩 $RTX 🚀 What would you add?
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Investing $5,000 in EACH of these stocks would pay the following ANNUAL dividends: $V would earn $35/yr $MSFT would earn $43/yr $PEP would earn $132/yr $ABBV would earn $186/yr $IRM would earn $226/yr $MPW would earn $306/yr Do you prefer stocks at the TOP or BOTTOM?
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