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1 hour ago, CBH1926 said:

Has anyone been adding to their Palantir position since this has been like hypersonic missile?

 

Yes, both weekly and leap options to grow liquidity quickly, as well as long term common shares. Average price is up to the mid teens now but my share count has also tripled.

 

They waited this long to go public, and Thiel didn't choose to go public because his company was gonna stay stagnant. This stock will be sending me on a free vacation annually. 

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4 minutes ago, I.Am.Ironman said:

I'm riding my initial entry.. I got in at 9.09 and was riding the EV wave.. Have watched it continue to climb but am gun shy on making another entry. The chart is gorgeous though.

You can’t complain for sure after tripling your money in 1 month.

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1 minute ago, CBH1926 said:

You can’t complain for sure after tripling your money in 1 month.

No complaints from me. There are a lot of call options for January .. so if stock continues to rise when those calls mature there will be a dip in january as people take profits... if it dips before then those options will probably hold if they lose on the difference.

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2 hours ago, CBH1926 said:

Has anyone been adding to their Palantir position since this has been like hypersonic missile?

 

I was late to the party but at least arrived towards the middle of its trajectory. I sold off PLUG and used earnings from that to jump onboard... but I also jumped on ONCT which is down 17% this week.  

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1 hour ago, CBH1926 said:

I just looked it up, that is baaaad!

 

1 hour ago, I.Am.Ironman said:

oooof... what happened?

 

1 hour ago, skolozsy2 said:

Sweet Jesus!  I remember not long ago that stock was hovering between .98 and $1.02....what happened?

Their permit for mining got denied.  

Would have been the largest gold/copper mine in the US or something.  

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48 minutes ago, Down by the River said:

I was late to the party but at least arrived towards the middle of its trajectory. I sold off PLUG and used earnings from that to jump onboard... but I also jumped on ONCT which is down 17% this week.  

Yeah, I got in late but looking at their products it looks promising.

I just hate that is going up so much every day.

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21 minutes ago, nuckin_futz said:

Speaking of Hunter Biden's laptop..........

Computer repairman at center of Hunter Biden laptop scandal closes shop

The computer repair store at the center of a scandal involving a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden that contained "smoking-gun" emails about the Biden family's foreign dealings has closed.

 

A neighbor said the owner skipped town, according to the Delaware News Journal. The outlet also reported that 10 days after the election, a sign appeared on the store's door to say that the shop had closed.

 

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/computer-repairman-at-center-of-hunter-biden-laptop-scandal-closes-shop

It’s not easy for legally blind guy to open up another repair shop.

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@Duodenum what are your thoughts on CloudMD (DOC) as a telehealth sector play, even post covid. I have some money in there as I know that allied health are still using telehealth to reach rural patients and some people like the convenience of telehealth. Personally, I still see it being a popular option in 5 years, particularly for specialist consults.

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28 minutes ago, I.Am.Ironman said:

@Duodenum what are your thoughts on CloudMD (DOC) as a telehealth sector play, even post covid. I have some money in there as I know that allied health are still using telehealth to reach rural patients and some people like the convenience of telehealth. Personally, I still see it being a popular option in 5 years, particularly for specialist consults.

Telehealth isn't going anywhere. Even family doctors are going to stick with at least some form of Telehealth because of its convenience. 

 

That said it looks overvalued right now and volatile. They sold 10,000,000 shares to a couple of wealth management groups at $2.40. I personally wouldn't jump in at the current 2.39/share price point because the risk/reward is too high. 

 

 The Telehealth sector was hot until October and it looks like it's cooled now. A good sister stock to follow is WELL. They are bigger, have a billionaire investor, and are more exposed to the States. I'll probably buy in if I see a bottom form or if it becomes oversold. 

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North Korea executed an FX dealer in Pyongyang because of the rapid drop in the exchange rate

Fri 27 Nov 2020 03:38:13 GMT

 

More out of South Korea's intelligence, earlier this:

Also that Kim Jong Un had a forex merchant in Pyongyang executed due to the fall in the exchange rate by 20%. Yikes.
 
Also execute was an official who broke coronavirus protocol back in August.
 
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I've gotten killed on slippage before but this is a bit extreme.
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1 hour ago, AriGold2.0 said:

I'm very very curious to see a screenshot of what you're currently holding..

 

Seems you got your hands in alot. I couldn't deal with the anxiety of being that diverse.

This is my short/medium term portfolio ie. things I'll keep for up to a max of 6ish months.

 

Some of these I own in my long term portfolio as well (pltr, very, ttcf, fubo), and some of these I'm undecided if I'll transfer over (in kind) to my long (clne or the spac's). 

 

No anxiety/stress. I know what I own, and study before I buy. I wouldn't consider any of these high risk, and they are all revenue generating growth companies (with the exceptions of GIK, who don't have a confirmed go-public target but it's "all but done" that it's lightning e-motors who have a deal with Amazon, and NNDM who are generating some revenue, but 2021 is where the real growth begins). 

 

The other reason I have no anxiety/stress is entries. None of these were chased, the SPAC's were bought in the 10's, PLTR and FUBO were bought near IPO prices, and the others are entries below their most recent direct offering prices. 

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