>No good news whatsoever >Futures up Bull hunting season commences.
How to fix your portfolio in 1 step >Sell any biopharm that gets shilled here
I feel like whales are systematically exiting the market. >Every day futures are up by EXACTLY 100 points >People FOMO in the first 15 minutes of the day >The market flips 180° at anytime between 10am and 12pm >Pumps again >People FOMO again between 12pm and 1pm >Market dumps all gains made ends 100 points in the red >The next morning futures are up EXACTLY 100 points.........
I have an extra 5k and I'm thinking of YRD, INST or BOFI . Thoughts /biz ?
I think ENRJ is about to bounce up. Its only .20, you can make alot of profit off of something so cheap.
RKDA being a beast
HFT was an example, they aren't the only advantage the exchanges sell. swing trading bots alone are basically a consumer product now. I still don't know why people are so exited about a 49% chance of making money. almost half the people walking away from a roulette table leave with some extra cash but that doesn't make it a good money making opportunity.
nobody is going to be playing OSTK earnings?
I got a buy order for 40
Im considering buying a put . This company is inflated on all of the boomers thinking they are investing in the blockchain by buying them. Their earnings do/will not justify their price imo
49% odds is fairer than any other form of gambling. Plus, it's only gambling if you make it. Slot machines and poker tables don't have fundamentals and balance sheets.
thats kind of what i was thinking, it might have a good run up to earnings though and then have the rug pulled out. might take a long position and right before earnings buy some puts
thats pretty low, you think if it goes that low it'll be worth buying?
If you invest more money then they wont be bankrupt anymore and the stock will go up and then you can sell
I know AMRS earnings is tomorrow but is it before or after market?
What's the ticker
c-can stocks rally from here? those retail sales were bad man
I mean you're not wrong
EVEP. i only put a small stack on it since high risk, but i guess this is why you should never ignore the debt column
>The plan would amend EVEP’s reserve-based lending facility and eliminate more than $343 million of principal and accrued interest with respect to EVEP’s 8.0% senior notes due 2019, in exchange for 95 percent of the reorganized company’s equity.
so they had $200 M in gross sales, and $343M in debt due in 2019....