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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Joe Louis, Jul 12, 2010.
Today I will tip my door dash driver one extra dollar.
Feels like we just took that moon ride reserved for bitcoin.
Was looking around for some deals and noticed TDOC is down around $100 now. I sold back in July at $156 for minimal profit, what happened to bring it down so far?
How is KD trading around $18 not criminal? I get that it's old tech spun off from old tech but dat p/b. I'm loading up.
Sheesh. Nice job, dude.
Uh pretty happy I put a stop in at $1.50. Those are now trading for under 20 cents
Rookie move not selling before posting
I sold at $1.50
Having $7,500 more is more tight though
Is TDOC turning a profit?
You were so close to $69,420 and you just blew it. Sad sight
The power of Hindenburg Research is unreal. TGLS stock is down 42% today after the report came out. How much do you think they made shorting it?
words to live by
Speaking of which, my In-Laws just sold their Arby's franchises for $14.5 million. I still tell my wife that was the primary reason I married her...for the sweet, sweet roast beef money.
they need to buy a vacation house that you have access to for a few weeks a year
They have a few places. Most are in Cleveland, but they do have a condo in Hilton Head.
Congrats to you by proxy.
I've always been curious about this...How many units?
Thanks, man. Not like I'm seeing any of it directly until they pass, but neat nonetheless.
They had six stores, owned five of them outright.
Actually I'm gonna need that dollar back.
damn I would not have guessed 6 arbys would fetch 14.5 mil. that’s awesome. did they own the land too or just the franchises?
Owned the land and buildings for 5 of the 6.
that helps add it up
For sure. It was the perfect storm for them to get out.
I’ve actually never had arbys. Need to try it out sometime. I think that’s the biggest of fast food chains I haven’t tried.
Alys beach is pretty nice but the real estate pricing is insane.
Father in law bought there when they were first building. Pretty sure he could sell their house for like 9-10m
he’s done 1031 exchanges over a 20 year period and has parlayed a $150,000 rent house in Houston into that alys beach mansion
I dunno about the stock but I just used teledoc for the first time today and it was great. Signed up and scheduled a call for after work that took 5 mins. Some lady called right on time and had a prescription ready to be picked up within an hour
Bloodbath for my personal account. IRA and managed account have been holding up pretty well, though.
Anyone planning on buying into this? Or waiting to see if it drops more? Anything in particular you’re looking at?
ROKU, PYPL, Visa are all down quite a bit
Just my normal paycheck buy-ins. Maybe it'll stay down until January when I can get my IRA contributions in.
Just your standard $25,000 intraday swing for me today. Thanks fed!?
When will we know whether or not backdoor Roths will be an option moving forward?
Whenever the Senate decides to move/do anything with the BBB bill. Since it’s shelved for the time being, all signs point to having the back door Roth still in 2022; if they do something related to tax reform next year, it would be difficult to include that provision but make it apply retroactively to 1/1/22 since many people will max out their IRA at the start of the year
With Manchin pretty much killing the BBB, guess I'll keep doing my mega backdoor roth contributions over taxable for the foreseeable future.
As it notes this is up to 12/17 but really interesting to see the churn underneath the surface for the indexes, Mega caps are essentially keeping them a float at the moment.
Since I bought my VTSAX in November of 2020 it's rate of return is 19.7%. Not bad.
I feel like in 2022 the best strategy will be to sell options against shares or to sell cash secured puts. I've been selling calls against my shares of TQQQ and UPRO and I've been able to get 1-3% on weeklies. The market could be ultimately much more flat and we can still make crazy money.
I'm in TQQQ at 138 and I first sold $150c for $8.00, then rolled a week for 4.50, 2.00, 5.00. After this week im rolling again and I expect another 4 or 5.
If its a flat year that would be amazing to keep this going
I'm going to keep implementing my strategy that stocks only go up when the have p much only gone down for the past four months.
That was my first real strategy. Since the market takes the stairs up and the elevator down sometimes, I got burned a few times. A lot of work for not much profit over holding
What have you been invested in that’s down since August?
This feels like the biggest dead cat ever today
just bought some spy puts
I'm mostly just bitching about PENN, PINS, AKYA, and TMDI.
I guess if we expect a flat year would things like QYLD actually make sense?
This is shorts covering from the omicron dip/BBB. I think consolidation for a while
Thought this was interesting. S&P end of year returns and the declines during that year.
I’m about to over contribute to my 401k. Salary has changed a few times this year and I’ve made adjustments each time to keep it on track but when the salary changes hit vs when the adjustments apply ended up with my 2nd to last paycheck of the year taking me to and slightly over the max and the last taking all being over.
I’ve scoured my plan literature and I can’t find what our plan does. My hope is that it automatically changes to after tax contributions. I guess worst case scenario my last paycheck doesn’t contribute and I miss one week of company match (we get paid weekly.)
I think most payroll systems will just cap the contribution when you hit the max.