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43mod

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Good morning fellow Mericans. I am going to help the recovery this morning. Any great stock pics to go with ? I figure my ira/ retirement has taken enough of a hit its got to return w a vengeance , right ? $20,000 going in regardless.
 

michael.gonzalez

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TSLA, (Electric Autonomous Vehicles)
PLUG, (Hydrogen Fuel Cells)
VSLR, (Solar)
VTIQ, (Merger company for Nikola, Hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure)

MITO (Biotech)
(This one is RISKY but the potential for HUGE profits)
 

michael.gonzalez

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Oil/Gas: XOM (Exxon), CVX (Chevron), BP, RDS.A (Shell), VLO (Valero), PSX (Phillips 66)
Airlines: DAL, AAL, UAL, LUV, ALK (will rebound but likely to a lower normal than previous the crash)
Banks: BAC (Bank of America), KBWB (Index), V (Visa), JPM (Chase), WFC (Wells Fargo), MA (Mastercard), C (Citi)
Shipping: FDX, UPS
Manufacturing: GM, F

Would recommend ETF's, pick your industry. (VOO, SPY, etc)
 

43mod

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Went w chevron , carnival and some other solar stuff. Looking for five years plus to see what happens.
 

43mod

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Mg. Your a capitalist POS today. Make up your mind young man 😂. Next you will be burning leaded fuel 😱
 

michael.gonzalez

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Haha. I do play in stocks a bit.
I am admittedly not an anti-capitalist.
By the way, are you saying capitalists are POS's?

Fun fact. Leaded fuels directly correlate to atmospheric lead as expected. However, lead exposure in small children have been linked to violent crime rates and teen pregnancy rates about 23 years later. "Toddlers who ingested high levels of lead in the ’40s and ’50s really were more likely to become violent criminals in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. "

 
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43mod

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Ha ha ha. My brother ate a lead window sill as a toddler. He has never even fired anyone in 35 plus years. I only hunted wabbits w a couple of 22 rounds in my mouth from 7 to 20 or so. That might explain me a bit ....
 

OFFRD-JNKIE

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I jumped on the wagon too, I've never played in stocks but I figure no risk no reward right?
I only bought in for $350 we'll see how it goes...

Carnival
American Air
Marathon Oil
U.S. Steel
Diamondback Energy
Direxion Daily Junior Gold Miners Bull 3X Shares
 

JDDurfey

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The company I work for is public. It is registered as NINE. Our stock price was about $34 a share a year ago, now it is .786. I am purchasing more than I already have. I purchased at $21, so I have lost my ass on what I have, but I will hopefully make up for it with what I purchase now. And eventually it will go back to the $30 plus range and I will sell.
 

michael.gonzalez

Well-Known Member
I'm no expert. But unless you have complete faith in the company you work for, that might be a bad move.
Can you DCA to under $1 reasonably?
 

JDDurfey

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I'm no expert. But unless you have complete faith in the company you work for, that might be a bad move.
Can you DCA to under $1 reasonably?
I have complete faith in my company. We have 93 million in cash reserves at the moment. The oil market will come back. There is no way it won't.
 

JGunn

Lone Gunnman
Buy these in tranches, more each dip in price.

Listed top to bottom, over-weighting top picks (less volatile Equities of the lot). Allocate the 50% (below) of the 100% you want to invest. Then weight for pull backs (dips) in price to add addition tranches.

CEF - 10%
FNV - 8%
WPM - 7%
SAND - 6%
SGDM - 6%
SGDJ - 6%
AG - 5%
PSLV - 5%
MAG - 3%

Edit - Wild Card is TGS and pays 25% dividend annually.

This is not investment advice, do your own due diligence.
 

jon coleman

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home depot stock option for employees, oops, i missed that one, but a co worker quit his tile gig , & got in on ground floor back in tbe day, lights cuban cigars w -a benjamin.me?, i would say Any on line work/ school stuff is gonna go up
 

43mod

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Jf. Nine up 50 percent today ! What do i do keep or sell ? Thats just fun to see.
 

jon coleman

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by hi- sell low, always listen to friends& family for stock tipps,always panic, .thats My experience w the dow jones
 

JGunn

Lone Gunnman
I can't complain, averaging +60%(?) off the bottom.
 

JEFFRPM

Non Sugar Coated
I'm investing in predatory lending, collection agency's, bail bonding & repo companys
 
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