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  1. Thread: Bitcoin

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    Re: Crypto News

    Saylor's business is about to get a margin call, and when he does, goodbye crypto.



    https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/12/microstrategy-shares-fall-as-software-firms-bitcoin-bet-is-underwater.html
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    Re: TSP Suspension of Transactions?

    The inability to make IFT's for a full five days might be the best thing that could ever happen to some people financially.
  3. Thread: RIVIAN

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    Re: RIVIAN

    Ford dumped just over $400M worth of shares this past week. It's never good to see a 10% owner selling shares.
  4. Re: Fintech just saw an earnings bonanza, as Coinbase and Upstart report over 11-fold

    Upstart (UPST) was trading around $205 when this report came out. It's now around $35.

    From the dictionary, couldn't have picked a better name:
  5. Thread: Apple

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    Re: Apple

    Not even the mighty AAPL with their cult following and pricing power is immune to a bear market. With shares down more than 20% yesterday and slight bounce today, a market turn won't be happening...
  6. Re: Disney Reports Earnings Tomorrow. Here’s What to Expect.

    Old thread, but Disney related. DIS is a must watch stock for an economic turn. The media only wants to talk about the streaming subscribers, but that's turning into a failed experiment quickly. ...
  7. Thread: RIVIAN

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    Re: RIVIAN

    RIVN down 79% from IPO week just six months ago.
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    Re: Gasoline Charting

    ESG hasn't really worked out like some wished it would. In fact, it's only made things worse.

    $GASO has now surpassed 2008's prices in June which preceded a historical collapse. At the time...
  9. Re: Average national gasoline price surges to $3.83 a gallon, the highest since 2012

    How long until people start to say, "I can't make it to work today. I can't afford to drive anymore."
  10. Thread: Bitcoin

    by Bullitt
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    Re: Crypto News

    Now this is interesting. Selling to "meet margin calls". I thought he mostly ran mutual funds, but maybe he's involved in private funds also.



    He also has an enormous margin of safety having...
  11. Thread: Bitcoin

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    Re: Crypto News

    Think about about much money El Salvador has lost in bitcoin. Why does president of El Salvador feel the need to announce that he's buying bitcoin? Does he think he's going to cause a monster rally...
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    Re: Contrarian signs?

    I don't know. Sentiment is in the dumps, but retail flows are at all time highs. I'm more inclined to think things are going to be rough for a while, ie: bear market.

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    Re: Guess Who This Is...

    Too Close for Comfort

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Cornell
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    Re: Bear Cave 2 (Bull Allowed)

    Another bear market behavior up day negated. Michael Burry today:

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  15. Thread: ^VIX

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    Re: ^VIX

    VIX only at 31 will go much higher if there is any kind of capitulation low ahead. Numbers above 40 are not so common and usually indicate some sort of turn, so you'll want to watch for that coupled...
  16. Thread: Dow Theory

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    Re: Dow Theory

    Dow Theory bullish signal is hanging on a string. DJIA is sitting on support with any move lower giving a secondary bear reaction. TRAN still has around 8% downside wiggle room before turning...
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    Re: Investor Fear Chart

    Pretty much all sentiment indicators remain bearish (contrarian bullish), but if we're due for a bear market, then all those sentiment indicators are out the window. Unless sentiment absolutely...
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    Re: tsptalk's Market Talk

    I read this morning that since late January, there have been six daily gains of 2% or more in the S&P 500. Some led to decent bounces, but nothing long lasting. Yesterday would be the seventh big...
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    Re: Bear Cave 2 (Bull Allowed)

    I've happily continued buying bonds in my accounts on a bi-weekly basis. Nothing has changed.
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    Re: tsptalk's Market Talk

    It turned a bit more lopsided after the 2:00PM washout when the bots joined the party. Looks like the retest failed today, at least in Nasdaq it did.

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    NYSE on left, Nasdaq on right.
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  21. Re: $1000 mortgage doesnt go as far as it used to

    If this was 2020 people would be pricing a monthly payment in bitcoin.



    I doubt it. I think most new home owners are a bit shocked when they realize the mortgage is just the house, not...
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    Re: Bear Cave 2 (Bull Allowed)

    That dot in 2007 is worth noting. Things were getting bearish by that point, but the bear market had not yet begun.
  23. Thread: NAAIM

    by Bullitt
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    Re: NAAIM

    Too much noise man. The only number that matters is 46.25.

    Bottoms will be found at the low readings when all have given up hope. The March 2020 bottom saw multiple weeks below 30, but the...
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    Re: Investor Fear Chart

    AAII 16.4 Bull 59.4 Bear. This is the highest bear reading in a year and actually the most bearish reading in over six years. Coupled with such low bull readings, this is bullish for the market.
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  25. Thread: Twitter

    by Bullitt
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    Re: Twitter

    Free speech is a good thing, but beyond cost cutting, how does Twitter plan on making money going forward? The FAANG stocks are having trouble printing money like they used to, and I don't see...
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