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United States BigDongSchlong 
Hello senors, what are your top stock picks for long term holds? I am not talking about the classic ETFs and dividend plays SPY, SPYD, CII. Personally I will be looking to load up on pavm (they own lucidx and I highly believe in the growth of esoguard testing) On the more speculative side penny stock AQMS, I believe in their plan to license out their lead recycling technology after their factory burnt down
2021-07-26 22:38
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idk im poor and 14
2021-07-26 22:39
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Stock market is the key to growing your money and not being poor but you have to be 18 to open an account :D
2021-07-26 22:45
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but how to even start if you have no money to invest
2021-07-26 22:46
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You gotta save up. Just make sure when you do save up enough you don’t throw it into garbage lol
2021-07-26 22:53
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I PREFER TO SPEND IT ALL ON ICE TEA AND CHINEZE PRODUCTS ... SRY
2021-07-26 23:30
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that's a wise investment in and of itself
2021-07-27 22:40
+1 smart investment
2021-07-27 22:42
You do not need a fortune to start. You can start small and build from there, just remember never to invest what you can not afford to lose.
2021-07-27 02:38
Grind the McDonald's worker life
2021-07-27 21:06
only when you have already a decent amount (15k+) when you are below that number you should increase your money with any small business idea.
2021-07-27 22:21
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If you have a good idea sure. Do you know what drop shipping e-commerce is with Shopify and bigc (not sure if bigc does it)? If you have a niche idea that can attract customers you can make a lot of money
2021-07-28 22:06
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United States Based_Akhi
i took a bank loan and put it all on renegades winning EPL, best stock investment of my life
2021-07-26 22:39
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Canada KappaTieSey
+1
2021-07-26 22:40
+1
2021-07-27 02:37
+1
2021-07-27 20:46
+1
2021-07-27 23:02
i invest in boeing very good stock)))
2021-07-26 22:39
#5
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Canada KappaTieSey
im not currently long term investing but I'm trading FOREX
2021-07-26 22:40
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crazy.. what do you watch?
2021-07-27 23:20
#6
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Ukraine fatepattern
take a bank loan and invest in milfcoin, best crypto out there, #tothemoon
2021-07-26 22:41
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True, who can refuse a milf 👀
2021-07-26 22:42
Lol who cares about this made up shit? :D
2021-07-26 22:42
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How is this made up? The US stock market is real 👀
2021-07-26 22:42
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HAHAHAHAHAHA why did you add that emoji
2021-07-26 22:54
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Why am I finding him comment so funny ahhaahh
2021-07-27 20:47
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Bro I'm asking myself why I found him adding that emoji funny XDDDDDDDDDDDDD
2021-07-27 21:01
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bro ive been giggling to that shit for like the past 10 minutes xD
2021-07-27 21:02
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA legend
2021-07-27 21:25
No, Stock market is fake, PHONEEYYY, its not real, could disappear tomorrow, your stocks hold no TRUE value, however because we ALL believe it, its still alive and working.
2021-07-26 23:03
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This is the same for any currency in the whole world smartass
2021-07-26 23:11
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Yes, but that does not make it untrue.
2021-07-26 23:19
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But makes it irrelevant
2021-07-26 23:24
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Not really, because EVERYONE knows that currencys can become useless, noone thinks that way about stocks.
2021-07-26 23:55
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Nah bro that’s just you
2021-07-27 20:44
lol if u think you as a hobby investor can "beat the market" you are delusional. there are armies of Ivy League-educated firms who are paid millions a year to beat the market. just set aside a portion of your pay each week for an index fund. you will be set by the time you hit 60 no matter what happens.
2021-07-26 22:44
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What is this take? You should definitely invest your money to grow it. How you want to grow it depends on your risk tolerance. In terms of safe to risky A. You could just buy into a mutual fund let professionals handle your money B. You can invest in ETFs and high dividend yield ETFs and stocks such as the classic SPY, QQQ, SPYD, CII (might be a bit iffy as we are near all time high records and I am expecting a pullback once the fed pulls off quantitative easing a bit likely announced in September fomc meeting and then implemented in December) C. You can invest in individual stocks D. You can trade options
2021-07-26 22:48
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>might be a bit iffy as we are near all time high records and I am expecting a pullback once the fed pulls off quantitative easing a bit likely announced in September fomc meeting and then implemented in December "Just time the market lol"
2021-07-27 22:18
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Is it really timing when that is a realistic possibility? Also my comment was if you are new, then I don’t think you should all in right now was basically my comment. That doesn’t mean I don’t think you can slowly nibble away an start a position though
2021-07-28 00:32
#31
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United States Windy_C
Didn't a bunch of internet trolls just beat the market? 5 dollar stock selling for 300? To me that's the definition of beating the market lol..... I don't think some of those hedge funds are too happy with their so called ivy-league investors getting outgained by memers and retail for 2 years straight.
2021-07-27 01:37
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Lol market manipulation is not beating the market. Turning a meme stock into a Ponzi scheme is not beating the market.
2021-07-27 02:20
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#39
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United States Windy_C
But that's the tactics they use as well. Not to mention the insider trading and illegal insider information they get. So reddit should just run pump and dumps behind close doors like rich folk and then it's ok? You sound mad a bunch of so called "non educated investors" outgained wall street when they got into the market lol. It's not just meme stocks. You also fail to mention tech stocks most people made ungodly money on as well.....
2021-07-27 03:23
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You have no idea how tough the SEC is on insider trading. Sure there are shady investors, don't act like all investors have "insider information". What I find stupid is the fact that reddit users think they are masters of the stock market because they all decided to pump a useless stock (Gamestop) and then sell it when they thought they made enough profit. Plus, they thought buying gamestop stock was some kind of moral crusade. That is the definition of a Ponzi scheme. It takes no intelligence. You are just gambling on when to sell so you can make the most profit. To be honest I hate Redditors in general but the whole gamestop and AMC thing was just stupid.
2021-07-27 20:07
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#55
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United States Windy_C
The simple fact is they beat wall street at their own game. You're actually mad that regular folk saved a bunch of peoples jobs for a couple years and kept these businesses afloat(whether they die in 3 years or not). To me it seems you're ok when hedge funds that destroy companies and workers live hoods? Remember when all these government officials and rich folk were dumping stock en masse before the crash in March, yet nothing ever came of it right? Sec is a joke just like the CTFC lol. You know as well as I do that money talks and if you throw enough to the right people anything can go away..... Don't be foolish to think it doesn't work like that lol.
2021-07-27 22:13
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Hedge funds don't destroy companies by accurately assessing their value and shorting them. GameStop is just a shit company. "Saving people's jobs" - You can pay people to dig a hole and create jobs. The market exists to accurately allocate resources. Manipulating the market to pump up stocks to 40x their value goes directly against that and actually leeches value out of society - it's less than useless. And your perception that this is some giant victory of retail is hilarious. Gamestop was whales taking from other whales. I wouldn't be surprised if retail actually lost money in aggregate because FOMO buyers buy at 300 and hold forever while whales sell at peak. The people who bought in at gamestop at $4 based on value are intelligent investors. They got incredibly lucky that it turned into a squeeze. Those people made a lot of money, a lot of people lost money from FOMO buying, and in the end the whole thing was more gambling than investing. Your worldview is just unbelievably naive if you think that wall street are some kind of collective group that all lost here, or that regular people were the main drivers of this thing, or that it's in any way helpful to the economy to hold up businesses that suck ass. Basically what I'm trying to say is you should try reddit.com
2021-07-27 22:32
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#68
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United States Windy_C
Yet there's countless articles out there stating that retail outperformed wall street and hedge funds in 2020 and 2021 .......
2021-07-27 22:39
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You're likely referring to a flurry of different articles about the same note by goldman sachs discussing success of stocks favored by retail vs stocks favored by hedge funds Example: fortune.com/2020/06/15/retail-investors-.. 10-15 articles about this exact same subject come up when you google retail outperforms hedge funds, so I will assume this is what you are referring to since you didn't actually link anything These articles are extremely flawed because they fail to acknowledge the elephant in the room which is when retail investors actually purchased the stock. Of course retail investors favor the stocks that are flying high, because those are the most popular and well known. If a stock jumps up 60% in a year, and this was a stock that was purchased a lot by retail investors, that doesn't mean that all those retail investors purchased the stock before it jumped 60%. In fact the vast majority likely didn't. This entire concept is just selection bias. Retail investors often buy stocks that are huge in the media and have already grown a lot. This is like me buying gme at $400 and saying I'm winning because I bought a really successful stock.
2021-07-27 22:49
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#72
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United States Windy_C
Did you read the article. "Retail investors outperformed in part because they were quick to snap up value stocks as the rally gained traction". Are you telling me diamond, gold, and silver markets aren't manipulated? That must be reddit manipulating the diamond market for years right buddy?
2021-07-27 22:58
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what are you talking about lol
2021-07-27 23:07
#73
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United States Windy_C
Obviously wall street made money off those rallies too. They were basically holding up a sign saying front run me lol........
2021-07-27 23:01
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My counter point isn't that "wall street made money too" my counter point is that your "many articles stating retail outperformed wall street" don't actually prove that idea.
2021-07-27 23:06
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#78
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United States Windy_C
You do realize the article you provided confirmed what I said. It provides nothing to dispute what I said..... notice how when you click the link for the note barclays makes theres no info lol.....
2021-07-27 23:17
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>provides nothing to dispute what I said I linked the article, explained what the article said, and explained how the article does NOT prove what you think it proves, and then you say "lol the article agrees with me" without responding to my careful explanation of how it doesn't. >notice how when you click the link for the note barclays makes theres no info lol So it seems like your perception is that I linked you this article thinking that the article itself would disprove you because of the section at the bottom which refers to Barclays arguing that retail didn't outperform hedge funds. I wasn't referencing this section of the article at all however. I didn't link the article with the intention of the article proving you wrong. I linked the article as an example of evidence for your point backing up your belief, with the intention of responding to it and explaining why the evidence for what you believe is not accurate. >notice how when you click the link for the note barclays makes theres no info lol Lots of news articles will hyperlink to other parts of their sites instead of more relevant information to keep you on their website. Pretty common practice, surprised you haven't seen it before.
2021-07-27 23:30
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#81
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United States Windy_C
Surely if you could refute what I'm saying you would of provided me with it by now. Pump and dumps were not a thing in 2020 as well... yet retail still outperformed lol........
2021-07-27 23:40
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"What I'm saying" What are you saying? I keep disproving the things you say and then you go on to another non sequitur. In #71, for example, I responded to a comment where you presented 0 evidence for your claims, I steelmanned you so hard that I presented evidence FOR YOU, and then explained why it's wrong, and then you responded with more unrelated comments and misunderstanding of my points. Retail did not outperform. The sources you are referencing claims that the most common stocks retail investors bought rose 60%. That does not mean retail investors bought those stocks at 100% and then rode them out and sold at 160%. It just means they bought the stock at some point. Your entire argument is based on nothing.
2021-07-28 00:10
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#87
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United States Windy_C
That article is from June of 2020 correct? An it states a 60 percent gain right? So if we open up stocks that retail likes and compare the chart from june 2020 to eoy we can gather some info. Tesla(retail's posterchild) from June 1st 2020 to January 1st 2021 went from 215.96 to 793.53. If retail already loved the stock then a lot hit that x4 correct lol(which in turn increases than number even more)? Do you want to breakdown other stocks retail likes as well from the date provided in the article to e.o.y?
2021-07-28 00:42
#92
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United States Windy_C
We can simply just agree to disagree. Cheers!
2021-07-28 01:05
With the available data nowadays you have an edge over these hedge fund traders/institutional traders. You can basically enter any position and get out at any position at any given time. These hedge fund traders/institutional traders cant do that because they would experience significant slippage. Its just that most people dont know shit about how markets work in terms of market movements, volume, time price opportunity etc.
2021-07-27 20:51
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#61
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United States Windy_C
Another awesome point. Most can easily liquidate at any given time and not take 3 4 weeks to dump their position.....
2021-07-27 22:18
AMC and GME
2021-07-26 22:44
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To the moon!
2021-07-26 22:48
reddit moment
2021-07-27 22:18
Just buy and hold Evolution and relax fam. Otherwise some smaller oil stocks trades at nice valuations currently, Africa Oil and Enquest to mention two.
2021-07-26 23:02
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Europe elefiveS
stock market when you have crypto LUL
2021-07-26 23:05
I bought GME when it was at $40 and sold at $250 ez
2021-07-26 23:22
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Ez 4 god neon prankster
2021-07-27 01:00
Real estate > Stocks
2021-07-26 23:31
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Kkkkk
2021-07-27 21:05
Looking at $PENN, bullish on it. expect it to fly >$100 or whenever.
2021-07-26 23:32
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I too like penn right now especially with football season coming. It’s also dropped 50%+ from highs
2021-07-27 01:00
investing doesnt make anyone rich go invest on your carreer and u will be much richer than investing
2021-07-27 01:40
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Once you have a career investing is a good thing. Having a passive income gives options, like for example letting you take a year long vacation or making a radical career move while having time to do so.
2021-07-27 02:35
Companies that are big in infrastructure and especially the sectors which are green has good potential. Also there is movement in tech, but those are difficult to predict with certainty - with some companies it seems to me the big gains has been made. Also you can look at companies that have taken a real beating due to Covid, some of those should make come backs only some may not survive. Like for example are cruise ship operators a good bet - I am not so sure.
2021-07-27 02:32
Buy WM it's the safest stock you can buy
2021-07-27 02:34
Chinese stocks are looking sexy af ngl
2021-07-27 20:14
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very risky
2021-07-27 22:17
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i know but still insanely undervalued. especially e-commerce giants like alibaba/jd
2021-07-28 00:23
i am going to invest into something real my own skills make 80k year retire at 60 and live in my dog in scotland or brittany
2021-07-27 20:53
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what skill lul
2021-07-27 20:53
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hltv shitposting
2021-07-27 20:54
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Lol that should be a given, but you should def at least invest some of your money or put it to use instead of letting it sit in your bank account and letting inflation kill it. And don’t tell me savings account cuz the highest savings acc in the US here is 0.5% APY which is doggy doo
2021-07-28 00:34
Once you make those 80K then be smart and take 10K a year to build a passive income, then you can retire way before 60. I didn't when I started making real money, but now I regret it took me some time to plan ahead instead of just focusing on the now. One can do both and it pays to do so.
2021-07-28 00:43
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yes im planning on buying small appartments, restore / renovate them, and then rent them
2021-07-28 00:52
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Sounds like a good plan. I know from friends that something like that can be time consuming at times, but with the right people renting it makes things much easier.
2021-07-28 00:57
Buy NERD, ETF that invests in videogame related stonks
2021-07-27 21:04
who cares its all rigged
2021-07-27 22:15
CloudFlare. Avoid meme stocks like the plague.
2021-07-27 22:15
- automobile - weapons + health + tech + online-shopping
2021-07-27 22:20
QQQ or QQQM or QLD/TQQQ if you're risky (leveraged)
2021-07-27 22:20
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why do people call them "defensive plays"? like the do the opposite of the market is that true>?
2021-07-27 22:30
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not for QQQ QQM QLD or TQQQ, all of them track the tech market, it's just that QLD is 2x leveraged and TQQQ is 3x leveraged (so if QQQ grows, TQQQ grows 3x of that essentially, not the other way around)
2021-07-27 22:35
#86
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United States Noobdavind
> No ETFs > posts ETFs
2021-07-28 00:34
Gold
2021-07-27 23:03
I downloaded the avenue securities app but I have no idea on what to buy if I actually go through with it and open an account Anything beats waiting for RAIL3 and Marfrig to get their shit together though
2021-07-28 00:56
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