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My otm options on WMT, JPM, and MRNA all came up green before close. The Bulls charging up?

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WMT would gain nothing by getting that pos

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Can bed Bath & Beyond I already get bought out by wmt

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Yup & then we go long on WMT, COST & TGT as their diapers are going to be sold out, and we also go long on HD for the new toilets they’re gonna need. Worthless creatures

You hear that bears ? Dirty fucks

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Amazon has to start showing progress.

People said that for Whole Foods. Which caused KR, WMT, etc all to fall over 5% the day they annouced.

It's like 3 or so years later and nothing.

Amazon also bought Pill Pack. CVS, KR, WMT all fell too , since they have pharmacies. Again it has been a couple years and nothing.

Amazon honestly is a jack of all trades and a master of none. Only AWS is going strong. Their ambitions are great, but none have turned into domination.

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Interesting comps.

I'd expect Amazon to be lowest p/s of the mega caps because so much of their revenue is from retail sales as opposed to tech.

For e-commerce, it's hard to comp. WMT trades at 0.6 p/s. Not a pure play, but Amazon's biggest competitor. Amazon trades much higher, but probably deserves it.

HD is an odd comp. Very different type of store. Interesting to see how they stack up though.

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WMT

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Thank you for the write up. It's hard to establish that a stock is undervalued if you don't provide numbers to back that up. The only figures you give are p/s and the current stock price. You don't even give p/s in relation to it's peers to determine if it's high or low.

You could possibly break out the parts.

What is the retail division worth based on comps? (WMT/TGT as comps?) What is AWS worth based on comps? (Maybe find a pure play cloud provider) What's their ad business worth based on comps? (Google trades at 20x earnings)

Add those together and get a rough valuation.

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I originally was purely going for growth, but kinda changed that plan overtime and added other stocks to my watchlist / portfolio as the market changed. I'll list what I have and plan to have.

TSLA - 16.21% (I already know I'm heavily overweight and have a plan to sell some)

RIO - 9.78% (4% of these positions have a trailing stop, to lock in profits and go back to 5% allocation)

CSPX - 7.99%

NVDA - 5.88%

AAPL - 5.84%

ULVR - 5.75%

DGE - 5.54%

GOOG - 5.46%

SHEL - 5.41%

BRK.B - 5.38%

VXUS - 5.37%

ABNB - 5.35%

AZN - 4.26%

PLTR - 2.47% (Plan to sell when I hit green)

UU - 2.27%

VZ - 0.41%

Those to be bought / added back into my portfolio:

HSBA, NG. (buy order for market open), TSCO (Tesco, not tractor), SSE, GSK

MSFT, PFE, WMT, KO

I had someone suggest ditching VZ for V or MA, and pretty much said the dividend stocks are gonna leave me waiting for years to see good profits. I have Crypto too, but I'm not too concerned about my buying of those, I use an algorithm for my % allocations and then dca.

It's not the largest portfolio, money wise, but I've been dcaing weekly. Gonna start using the emas, if nothing looks great, skip that week.

Some comments / suggestions would be much appreciated.

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I originally was purely going for growth, but kinda changed that plan overtime and added other stocks to my watchlist / portfolio as the market changed. I'll list what I have and plan to have.

TSLA - 16.21% (I already know I'm heavily overweight and have a plan to sell some)

RIO - 9.78%

CSPX - 7.99%

NVDA - 5.88%

AAPL - 5.84%

ULVR - 5.75%

DGE - 5.54%

GOOG - 5.46%

SHEL - 5.41%

BRK.B - 5.38%

VXUS - 5.37%

ABNB - 5.35%

AZN - 4.26%

PLTR - 2.47% (Plan to sell when I hit green)

UU - 2.27%

VZ - 0.41%

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Those to be bought / added back into my portfolio:

HSBA, NG (buy order for market open), TSCO (Tesco, not tractor), SSE, GSK

MSFT, PFE, WMT, KO

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I had someone suggest ditching VZ for V or MA, and pretty much said the dividend stocks are gonna leave me waiting for years to see good profits. I have Crypto too, but I'm not too concerned about my buying of those, I use an algorithm or my % allocations and then dca.

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It has a 21 p/e.

WMT has a higher p/e. I don’t see WMT growing at the same rate as google.

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>Walmart, as one example, operates on extremely slim profit margins. It's delusional to suggest they have the ability to raise salaries without raising prices.

This guy: "Please! Think of the corporation that just posted $13.6 billion dollars in profit! It was only up 1.2% from last year and down 8% from 2020!"

Sources: https://stock.walmart.com/financials/annual-reports/default.aspx & https://s201.q4cdn.com/262069030/files/doc_financials/2022/ar/WMT-FY2022-Annual-Report.pdf

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I personally think AMZN will be in trouble eventually. Just probably not now.

Azure competing with AWS

WMT working towards offering same day delivery on groceries and other products.

Prime isn't that great anymore with all the third party sellers and crap products.

Seems like Amazon only has market share to lose.

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Wmt no Pg no Msft yes Lev yes Goog no Cof no

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COF, PG, LEV, WMT, GOOG, and MSFT.

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WTF, lmao, WMT will soon charge YOU one dollar to use THIER carts...lmao

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Aside from daily use commodities such as tools, soap, toiletries, etc, what is more secure long term than gold? If I buy $2k of Tesla, Exxon, or WMT for my grandkids today.. can I assure they'll be worth anything in forty years? How about a plot of land? The government could raise taxes 500% and force me out. I know that gold will be worth something.. and there will always be buyers even if illegal to transact. It has thousands upon thousands of years saying it will be.

Gold is a set it and forget it approach to hedge against inflation and market collapse.

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She is foolish with wmt my mother's insurance went from a monthly credit of $225 a month to $300 a month to shop at Walmart multiply that times the millions that receive the credit easy 150 calls for March earnings.

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6/16 $179 WMT✅ 3/17 $150 JPM✅ 4/21 $60 MMP✅ 2/24 $250 TSLA✅ 2/17 $215 MRNA✅

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6/16 $179 WMT✅ 3/17 $150 JPM✅ 4/21 $60 MMP✅ 2/24 $250 TSLA✅ 2/17 $215 MRNA✅

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I did respond but I guess it was removed because there is a otc on there.

Here are my top holdings

VTI - 9% TD - 7% MSFT - 7% AAPL - 6% V - 6% CVS - 6% OTC - 5% RITM - 5% MGA - 4% WMT - 4% FDX - 4% FSR - 4%

Oddly enough my best performers have been smaller percentages of my portfolio

BN.TO SJM MOV GFF

Total of 25 stocks and 3 etfs

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Looks like M, JWN, NKE, WMT, TGT are going to report more losses at next earnings... Looting and destruction incoming

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Definitely a bull case for WMT.

They are using tech and their logistics prowess to synergize their brick and mortar, warehouses and online to ship. Bring costs down and having better delivery times.

They partnered with PARA for streaming.

They are investing into tech.

Walmart+ seems to be competitive.

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2/3 WMT 150 C

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No surprise, they've not been able to scale the delivery business so that it's inflation resistant. WMT will probably start doing something similar, they're online services where customers either get items delivered or pick up curbside/in-store has lost over $1 billion. They've started a competitor to Doordash, Uber Eats, etc with Spark app plus select stores have an electric W+ van that will deliver "express" orders directly to customers homes. These are costs and can't be offered for free forever.

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WMT

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Almost 1/3 of the days this month have been down days for netflix, but netflix also had a pretty good earnings call (their subscriber numbers were way up). You could easily choose another company like INTC, WMT, AMZN, GOOGL, etc. Or you could just look at SPY and see it's not a run away rally for the market, which you'd expect if people were pricing in stuff as though a soft landing were guaranteed. At best you could describe the market as turning from pessimistic to optimistic, but there's nothing especially confident in how the market has been acting the last month.

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WMT egg 🥚 delivery numbers are bullshit. They’d have to have an egg come off the assembly line every 1.17 minutes at all four of their factories for them to be true.

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>$WMT: Tigress Financial Partners Upgrades to Buy from Neutral - PT $176

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2023-01-26 ^09:11:42 ^EST-0500

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Not bad to wait. I feel like it’s splitting hairs. Might get in now and have another 5-7% drop but again in 2-3 years you’re up 25%+

WMT has been solid. Dollar tree not bad but certain brands are struggling that have used debt leverage.

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it’s fkin NOT

it’s just normal PE at this point

let me tell u what is overvalued, NvDA, Wmt, Amzn, Asml, Tmus…..🤡

msft aapl tsla only stocks u should buy

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WMT trades at a 43 PE and MSFT at 24

fucking HILARIOUS

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Need WMT to go up another $3 🤣

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It happened to effing WMT

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Who broke WMT? 🤔

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Someone fix WMT 😆

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WMT

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"A short time ago, Walmart (WMT 142.36, -0.28, -0.2%) announced it's increasing wages to bring the U.S. average hourly wage to "more than $17.50."

Holy moly, this cant be good for stocks, bearish for stocks, stock market likes to see the economy in tatters.

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Still pissed about that “glitch”. Went from $1,100 to over $16,000 from WMT calls and now that is all wrecked. 😭

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It was stocks like MCD, NKE, MS, WMT. The big dogs. So no wonder they got the issue fixed so fast.

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casino is broken today. WMT up so much

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MCD, NKE, WMT halted???????

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Something broke even WMT is down 10% and up 10% in one candle

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wtf is going on with wmt mcd pltr wmt w and so on wtf ? lol

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Wtf is happening with WMT and SHOP??, they halted trading on tastyworks.

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Find just a handful you do like and buy those.

Wmt has sales of 600billion and market cap of 374 billion if that’s the type of ratio you’re after. Set your filters and buy what’s right for you.

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COST vs WMT

At what valuation and when you buy an individual company in their history matters a ton. Stuff happens to all companies. And the history doesn't really matter today, you care about the next ten years.

KO is a powerhouse in the market (maybe that's debatable, I don't really know, this is a casual take) but they've gone essentially flat (considering inflation) for two decades.

But the biggest for me is basically you're trading the "known" quantity of a boring index portfolio with a reasonable expectation of a sustainable SWR (even if leaning on historical backtesting) that can reasonably outlast depressions and world wars. But if sometime in the 50 year history of holding your COST position, they give the reins to some twat who derails the company's profitability (and this is critical - the company can be fine but not profitable enough for the price you pay for it) and you're underperforming a solid 5% or so over a couple decades? If it's a core position of your portfolio, you're essentially eating part of your SWR due to underperformance. You can't simulate your 3-fund+COST portfolio the same way you can if you're mixing a wider asset.

Nevermind if a GM/Enron type situation occurs. If you look at historical DOW/S&P churn over retirement-level periods of time, it's rather high. Some of that is M&A but reasonably once you're at some critical mass the reason those companies leave the index is because they died. And retail is a bitch and has owned plenty of superpowers over the years. I would not bet against COST but if taken back I bet I wouldn't bet against Sears either. If everything is fine, it will generally have lower drawdown and decent returns because consumer staples tend to perform conservatively. But COST in this category is fairly price (yield<1% and 30+ P/E) so signs of sustained slower growth could simply change the paradigm of how the market values COST.

On the opinion side, I don't believe index funds itself are going to ruin future returns, but I think due to efficient markets it's not really likely individual stocks have any additional risk premium. It's also just too easy to swap around. So if COST (along with every other company) is reasonably attempted to be priced at a level that will return historical averages, buying COST specifically is simply buying COST-specific risks with no compensation. And I don't really have any taste for uncompensated risk.

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I’ve done a DCF for both AMZN and GOOG, do note I particularly love AMZN so take into account the slight subtle bias in my conclusion

personally I wouldn’t put all my money into 1 stock because if one day FedEX/UPS and WMT decides to collaborate against AMZN I’m not really sure how well AMZN can hold up against them, given that the AMZN store business right now is still in a growing phase looking to cut costs through economies of scales, there is a possibility they may never be profitable enough to generate free cash flow but I like my odds on that.

AMZN does have things going for it like AWS, it right now is the biggest player in the cloud space and is actually the one generating free cash flows for the firm. Advertising is one of their most recent venture in 2019, not much information was given on it but seems like cash for basically no additional costs.

Word of caution for AMZN though, AMZN has been in negative free cash flows for the past 2 years. Reason given by management is because they’ve doubled their network focusing more on growth, profits later. If you like their mantra you could consider digging more into AMZN

As for GOOG, 80% of their revenue comes from advertising. Advertising is a cyclical business. Meaning when the economy tanks, GOOG goes down with it as well.

The good thing about GOOG is that it’s a software company so the main bulk of cost should come from R&D there shouldn’t be very high costs required to maintain the servers, so once products get through GOOG just has to wait on cash to flow in, their margins have been consistently 20+% for the past 5-6 years iirc.

The most exciting thing for GOOG is that it’s looking to break into different modal for search. If tech is more of your thing GOOG would probably be your best bet.

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I feel like you get enough exposure just owning American corporations.

Especially ones like PG, KO, PEP, AAPL, MSFT, WMT. They all have exposure to US and international.

Then once a developed country has a big company emerge, invest in it.

Like BABA, Tencent to China.

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Bearish or neutral on: Auto companies, natural gas (US markets at least), some consumer defensives (WMT/KO/MCD), possibly railroads in the US (not really bullish on US coal given US natural gas, and industrial activity slowing down), fintech, biotech, utilities (high interest rate environment = what's the benefit over bonds), shipping companies, Covid-related pharma, companies tied to private equity

Bullish on crude oil, parts of big tech (esp. GOOG/MSFT/META), big banks, defense contractors (even still), global miners, travel (would never invest in it though), fertilizers (it corrected already).

Parts of real estate in both categories probably.

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#Ban Bet Lost

/u/Rim_World made a bet that WMT would go to 136.8953 within 1 day when it was 138.98 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

Their record is now 1 wins and 3 losses

^^Discord ^^BanBets ^^VoteBot ^^FAQ ^^Leaderboard ^^- ^^Keep_VM_Alive

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Puts on HON, RTX, CAT, WMT, LLY

They were all dragged up today by the semiconductor squez

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!p COST,TGT,ACI,LOW,HD,WMT,KR

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DE/HON/RTX/WMT/LIN are on my shorts list, who you got?

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I’m probably going to do nothing tomorrow - plays went against me today and need to pause. Hoping WMT recovers

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Ban Bet Created: /u/Rim_World bet WMT goes from 138.98 to 136.9 before 20-Jan-2023 05:35 PM EST

Their record is 1 wins and 2 losses.

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!banbet $wmt -1.5% 1d

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Most have finally started to drop, but I think there is way more to come: HON, RTX, BA, LIN, WMT, even stuff like JNJ and LLY (have to be careful with pharms because one piece of news can jack up the price)

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WMT not acting like a rescission stock the way I wanted it to

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AAPL and WMT

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I feel like I missed the bottom and buying opportunities on lots of stocks I wanted like DIS, ABNB, AMD, GOOGL, AMZN, AAPL, SNOW, WMT. It absolutely sucks.

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GOEV should have some major news over next two weeks. Also it’s a penny stock. Also WMT is invested in them (at least time and effort). Also they are out of money. Also they will either have an investment soon or else go broke soon. Either 10x or 0x within weeks.

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WMT or PM

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>There are a few different ways to bet on an increase in unemployment, but the most common and perhaps easiest way is to simply invest in companies that tend to be sensitive to changes in unemployment rates. Some of the sectors or industries that are typically most affected by rising unemployment include retail, hospitality, and tourism. As for specific stocks, you might want to look into companies like Walmart (WMT), Macy's (M), or Marriott International (MAR). These are just a few examples - there are many other companies out there that could potentially benefit from an uptick in unemployment.

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12:14 all LTE , Investing ii Rewards $1,808.53 $112.41 (6.63%) This Year 1D 1W 1M 3M YTD 1Y ALL Buying Power $17.06 > Options VEA $45 Call -$3.00 1/20 Exp . 3 Buys WMT $160 Call -$960

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LLY, DLTR, DG, GIS, PGR, GD, CWT, AJRD, LHX, NOC, PG, KR, WMT, TJX, UPS, HWM, TMUSS, ON, KDP, PEP, KO, PANW, MCD, RSG, WM, LMT, ENPH, JNJ, CVS, SBUX, CAT, HON, RTX, BA

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I need some opinions please, I have 5 minutes to spare at work, perhaps I'll write the % later when I can.

Portfolio: CSPX, VXUS, TSLA, AAPL, GOOG, NVDA, ABNB, SHEL, RIO, ULVR, DGE, AZN, BRKB

Those I'm considering adding: MSFT, WMT, KO, VZ, PFE, TSCO (on LSE), SSE (on LSE), GSK, HSBA (HSBC on NYSE), NGL (on LSE), UU (on LSE)

Any of these scream "No"?

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90% will tell you pick ETFs only.

I have CSPX & VXUS

My current single stocks - TSLA (I wouldn't get this just now, Tweet-Heart over here can't shut up and keeps digging himself a hole), GOOG, AAPL, ABNB, NVDA, BRK.B, ULVR, RIO, AZN, DGE, SHEL. At some point later down the line I may add, MSFT, WMT, VZ, PFE, KO.

With 100k, I'd maybe pick a few if you really wanted to, but with that much money I wouldn't really bother risking too much.

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I’d expect that, barring some number cooking by those large retailers, Christmas season was somewhat diminished for both TGT and WMT, with TGT seeing the worst of it. Not gonna be pretty.

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Yea, TGT and WMT are great places to buy them

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Okay so you’re saying WMT customer base is mainly small town America while AMZN’s customer base is the rest of America right?

So my question to you would be which of these 2 markets do you think is larger? Growing 10% in a billon dollar market Vs growing 10% in a million dollar market produced very different results.

WMT is localised to America to a large extent, where i’m from WMT is pretty unknown whereas AMZN is very common. So if the assumption I used in my DCF of how AMZN prime growth is pegged to AMZN store’s growth I think it’s very unlikely WMT’s growth both in subscription and their store will beat AMZN’s.

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Just to start off, WMT's subscription isn't half the cost, its $98 vs $140...not that big of a difference when looking at it yearly though.

My question was more aimed towards Walmart+ stealing Amazon Prime customers. I feel like most people that preach about Amazon don't really understand Amazon's customer base vs Walmart's customer base. And what I'm talking about is, where each of those customer bases live and whether or not they can properly service those customers. Amazon can't offer a lot of the US 2-day shipping or grocery deliveries, small-town America isn't their priority. Walmart, however, is a Fortune 1 company because of small-town America.

I wouldn't be shocked if Walmart+ was eclipsing Amazon Prime in subscriber numbers within 5 years.

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Hello! I’ve actl commented somewhere on someone else’s comment on this post about some further questions or concerns I have over AMZN and I touched on WMT there.

As for why I didn’t specifically stated it in my DCF was because I intended to write this post as a financial model to understand the basic structure and basic concerns regarding AMZN not an in depth breakdown of AMZN.

As for subscription revenue, I could fathom a guess as to why WMT’s subscription model has higher growth. Firstly WMT’s subscription is half the price of AMZN, secondly as the world opens up the demand overall for online retail fell as people preferred in person shopping and lastly, I haven’t checked the Financials to back this claim up but I believe AMZN prime has grown so large that it’s harder for it to keep up the same rate of growth as WMT+, imagine growing 1mil at 10% versus growing 100 at 10% latter is easier to grow. WMT+ launched in 2019 and AMZN prime in 2005.

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Take 30 percent of options gains and buy blue chip stocks. BA DE CAT AZO GS NVDA FDX WMT LMT MA ADBE BRCM and the like.

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Negative goods FTW. WMT to the moon.

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Market is indeed very resilient outside of tech. See hd mcd v cost wmt etc.

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WMT is 44 pe, market thinks poors bout to have a spending boom

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wmt 44 pe cost 36 pe

there is 0 justification for that

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Costco up 7.5% today lmfao

retail bubble ——> bigger

bottom not in till Cost Wmt at 10pe

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Sold my WMT calls for a bag but my aapl puts are down 40%. Guess I have to hold for Monday.

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I'm in Bentonville, AR and just heard the Purge siren .. puts on WMT

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strong feeling Aapl, goog, amzn and msft will be irrelevant in 3 years img

it will be old economy Xom Cvx Wmt Unh rule again

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I know most of you are against single stock picking, and prefer ETFs, but how does this seem? I'm more concerned on the stock side as Crypto I literally dca once a week and never look in between.

These are all long-term holds.

TSLA, RIO, AZN, SHEL, CSPX, NVDA, AAPL, DGE, GOOG, ABNB, ULVR, BRK.B, VXUS, PLTR (bag holder, I will exit at some point so we can ignore this one).

I was also looking to add these later down the line, it's not he biggest portfolio, so I don't want to spread too thin: MSFT, PFE, KO, VZ, WMT, NGL, TSCO (Tesco), SSE, GSK, UU, HSBC or JPM

&#x200B;

Won't bother with the Crypto since it'll get automodded.

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wmt 40pe lly 55 pe

goog 16pe

bye regard

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they are all at record pe, wmt 46 lly 55 etc.

they have higher pe than tech during 2021

that’s a sign wall st strongly believes in hyper staple earning growth

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short WMT

43PE and losing money everyday due to increasing theft rate

all staple boomer stocks are in a bubble literally all of them, super high PE

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WMT paid a lawsuit and that amount is tacked on to NON-GAAP earnings. I just don't understand how a lost is tacked on as earnings to begin with.

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Check out WMT value img

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Conceptually you have arrived at the right result, but it's even simpler than that. There is no need to factor in the premium you paid to buy the option since that is a sunk cost that is equal in both cases.

Exercise: you get 100 shares for a debit of $10k

Sell option and buy shares: $3600 - $12600 =you get 100 shares for a net debit of $9000

BTW, a share of stock is called a share, not a stock. "A stock" is a publicly tradedd company. AAPL is a stock, WMT is a stock, KO is a stock.

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Sucking a trans dick behind WMT for 💵 is not 🌈 and it's for pride... I will be right back... Heading behind WMT

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No, it is not considered gay to suck a trans dick behind WMT.

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Is it considered 🌈 to suck a trans dick behind WMT? As long as it's for 💵 its not 🌈... It's for pride

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They are smart, you pointed out the facts yourself, they're technically not lying about wmt wages, they just spin it in different words.

If less and less people watched their talking heads garbage then CNBC effects and influences will also be lessened.

More and more people are seeing through their bs. Jim Cramer is the court Jester of financial news. CNBC is bought by the hedge funds to say what fits their narrative. And that is to screw over retail traders.

This isn't the .com boom era where CNBC moved stocks by promoting them on their shows.

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That’s what my point is, no ever has any idea… you just have to fluctuate your strategies as the market moves… During march when Russia started its military campaign, Oil was a hot commodity along with a few shipping transportation… $HUSA $OP $IMPP were the once I went heavy on granted their overall just penny stocks but the news of the war ramped these to some reaching over 1,500% (great return didn’t wait a single second to sell it) because I knew these will drop to new lows over time…

During Q2 earnings I went heavy on $FB $TGT $WMT puts them bitches ram up over between 1,200% - 18,000%… I also hedged and got some calls just in case it went the other way…

You gotta move with the economy… I generally don’t like holding long term in companies that have already reached their peaks bc they’re mostly to fall or give minimum gains…

I like finding companies with potential to grow and expanding operations, I’m balls deep in $RELL basically work in microwave and radio frequency company, my brother-in-law hyped me up in Feb 2021 when it was around $6.55 (they’re based in Illinois, the state I reside) and he seemed very passionate about its future and I went huge on it, I sold 25% of my holdings at $25.50… I still think they can climb higher… obviously finding companies like these are rare bc you can’t predict it’s outcome to grow by 300% in 18 months…

Sprint was another one before their merger with T-Mobile (10 - 1), Sprint was around $8 and converted my shares to $80 in $TMUS… I’m still holding those (it dipped a lot 25% - 35% after it’s peak in mid 2021, and now it’s back around its peak

Another one that I got lucky with great potential was $CLNE, in 2019 I got in at $2.55 (I mainly liked the company for its work in the commercial transportation sector)… at the start of 2021 it started climbing hitting $19, sold all of those at $16…

The Stock Market is just astrology for finance dudes… best way to trade is by risk management, if you don’t sell when the stock starts dipping, and if you start holding the at point, by a few months you end up deep in the red, and you become reluctant to sell bc you don’t want to deal a loss…

$OUST was stock I got railed and ended up -50%, I got in at $8 and that shit just kept dropping all the way to $0.70, I cut my losses at $2.00, when you’re in the negative, your position isn’t making you money, rather you’re losing money everyday

Obviously everyone has different methods to trade, luck plays a big part in your position to make gains

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People really think Elon will recover this loss by next 😅, bro the economy is tanking and every that become overvalued during Covid is gonna tank so fucking hard at least for a few years… (Elons still rich he’s got over $100B) question people be asking is when are these companies going to hit bottom…

I’m remember Cathie Woods (worst hedge fund manager ever) and a few other parading Tesla earlier this year saying Tesla is “undervalued and it will hit $4,000 by 2023” (or some shit along the lines)… no company or business entity even governments are gonna get out of inflation… petty much the economy is overvalued in a sense where prices are collapsing and overall equites are diminishing…

I honestly just put stock alerts and plan to slowly add them to my portfolio: $AMZN bottom entry target $65 $AAPL I’m thinking $100 maybe $80 (but that’s seems high improbable) $GOOG anywhere between $70 - $50 $MSFT seems to performing well compared to others $170 is my entry (but I don’t think it’ll go that low) $TSLA for me looks well at $75

Honestly there’s no telling how low a company can go or even the chances of it to go there, always nice to have entry point set in mind so if the opportunity arises you can invest… but so far all gas/oil stocks are performing well with no drop in market vaule, in fact $XOM $OXY $CVX $SHEL along with a few retailers $JNJ $WMT $PG $COST $HD $KO $PEP $UNH are still out performing the rest of the market… some have recovered from previous dips and others are still not affected….

It’s all a fugazi, if someone’s losing in one corner there’s going to be someone winning in the other, you just have to fluctuate and focus on where the money is going and how much potential does that company have… buy low sell high… unfortunately for TSLA “BAG HOLDERS” Elon convinced most of his followers/fans (who think they experts on “investing”) plung a shit ton of money into overvalued shares and now they’re stuck and reluctant to sell… he probably had keen idea of the future dip and just baited morons to buy into an overvalued company… and now they all get defensive about TSLA

As traders you shouldn’t be defending a company or its reputation, you should simply focus on the potential outs, of buy low and sell high, not buy when a rich asshole tweets to buy… as traders we have no obligation or any loyalty to any company we invest in. We should simply on the idea and strategy of receiving the best outputs of our money… and defending controversial CEO’s is just idiotic, they don’t know us (general public) nor do they give or ever will 2 shits about us

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One thing that needs to be pointed out in your statement regarding WM is that companies with high, predictable cash flow are essentially allowed to operate with more leverage because it lends itself to more visibility regarding interest rate coverage. Look at any of the large cap utilities - some of them hold barely any cash and a shit ton of debt because no one just stops paying their utility bill in a recession. Utilities could probably hold more debt than a company like WMT because while food is more important than electricity, WMT also sells a ton of discretionary stuff thats closely tied to economic growth.

And this shows up in stock performance - utilities are the best (non-energy) performing sector of 2022, and WM, which is basically a utility but for garbage, is strongly outperforming the S&P500.

My suggestion (for anyone) is to read the credit reports from S&P global, Fitch and Moody's on any company, because they provide a surprisingly deep analysis of the company, including industry context, competitors and what is considered "acceptable" leverage.

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WMT’s PE ratio is more than double Google’s. This might be the most mispriced I’ve ever seen these stocks. So much for efficient market hypothesis

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The little fucker was down like everything else a matter of like 2 months ago. Then inexplicably it hit a rally and never looked back. It now has a higher PE ratio than SPY and many of the components aren’t even negative on the year and now sport all time high PE ratios (WMT, McDonalds to name a couple).

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