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ANTE 2020-11-12 15:00:14199999.99 0.10 0.91%
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ANTE 2020-11-13 01:01:051.17 1.02 -8.11%
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ANTE 2020-11-13 18:00:141.08 1.05 3.92%
ANTE 2020-11-13 19:00:141.07 1.05 3.92%
ANTE 2020-11-13 20:00:141.08 1.06 4.90%
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ANTE 2020-11-13 23:00:141.08 1.06 3.92%
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ANTE 2020-11-18 01:00:421.20 1.05 1.83%
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ANTE 2020-11-20 23:00:131.08 1.04 -1.87%
ANTE 2020-11-21 01:00:441.08 1.04 1.89%
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ANTE 2020-11-21 09:41:08Hello, I’m Imbi’s notebook. She lugs me around everywhere but never uses me. Then, when she has something she wants to write down, I hide from her and I only come back out when I’m certain she has completely forgotten the thing she wanted to write down. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
ANTE 2020-11-21 10:00:151.20 1.04 1.89%
ANTE 2020-11-21 10:08:52[New] CleanTech Leadership Board. What a year it's been. $NIO $TSLA $SOLO $FUV $BLNK
ANTE 2020-11-21 11:00:141.20 1.04 1.89%
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ANTE 2020-11-21 12:04:03@CleanTechSac @mandersonsacbiz @Sacbiz Yeah $SUNW was delusional if they thought their share holders were going to accept a 20% per share of $PECK when at the time or the vote they were worth about 50% of PECK. No reasonable person is going to vote to lose like 60% of their value for that merger Highlight
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ANTE 2020-11-21 13:17:40Onrustig weekend dreigt: Zwarte Piet-demonstranten tegenover elkaar in Venlo en Eindhoven Nu nog een #sint inhuren en we hebben een #optocht #laffeburgermeesters Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:47:21@cc4him4life1 @Churchdog29 @CTRL_FREQ @EdwardNorton He only said that to plant it in your head's Because he knew he couldn't win & needed a way to steal and he planted the seed of doubt to his brainwashed followers. You really think the widespread fraud would have Dems lose house seats and not give us the senate? What's the point?
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:50:09Jelang Masa Tanam Akhir Tahun, Dinas Pertanian Banten Jamin Stok Pupuk Bersubsidi
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:55:09Hier noch einmal die bitterböse Antwort des Teams von @janboehm auf die im Kern so ignorante Kampagne #besondereHelden der Bundesregierung! Gestern bei #ZdfMagazinRoyale gesehen. Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:55:50@christianrocca @lucasofri Ops Non è nel live The name of this band is TH, del 1982, che x ogni amante dei TH è fondamentale per chiudere il cerchio punk rock. Stop making sense apre un’era live adulta e Burning down the house fu l’atomica in quella versione.
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:56:59RT @JuliaCantero9: It works for some. And everyone deserves the chance to find out if it might work for them. NUROWN NOW Expedited Approval…
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:58:17RT @JuliaCantero9: It works for some. And everyone deserves the chance to find out if it might work for them. NUROWN NOW Expedited Approval…
ANTE 2020-11-21 13:59:49@TinneVdS Energieminister @TinneVdS verbiedt de onafhankelijke regulator @CREG_be om de kosten van eventuele stroomonderbrekingen te onderzoeken. Is dat beter en duurzamer en transparanter? Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:00:141.20 1.04 1.89%
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:03:24Se antes desta freq queria cortar os pulsos, agr quero cortar o pescoço Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:08:54@dada_dante รู้ได้ไง แสนรู้จัง Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:11:21RT @JuliaCantero9: It works for some. And everyone deserves the chance to find out if it might work for them. NUROWN NOW Expedited Approval…
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:14:02RT @Jpazlondona: @PCaterianoB Urresti piensa que puede sorprender a la gente. En los anteriores intentos de vacancia estuvo muy de acuerdo.… Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:14:20@erbonm_ @muitoespecifico @rehts_ não tem ansiedade no mundo que te mantenha acordado depois de tomar uma surra bem dada Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:14:35RT @Jpazlondona: @PCaterianoB Urresti piensa que puede sorprender a la gente. En los anteriores intentos de vacancia estuvo muy de acuerdo.… Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:00Los exintegrantes de la bancada de #Unión por el Perú afirman que ahora no coinciden con las decisiones de su portavoz José Luna. Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:03RT @XVsylleblossoms: The way Luna smiles at Noctis as she says goodbye… even though these were her final moments, she still wanted to be st… Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:17Ambulantes pretenden volver a Luna Pizarro. A alistar los baldes, la manguera; si los vas a defender o a apoyar, avísanos ... Te los mandamos a la puerta de tu casa. Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:38RT @JuliaCantero9: It works for some. And everyone deserves the chance to find out if it might work for them. NUROWN NOW Expedited Approval…
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:50RT @TheWitcherLPA: Propongo levantar el primer campo de inmigrantes delante de la @DgCanarias y el segundo frente a la casa de @AnselmoPest… Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:53@Coutinhiista Antes de comenzar, por favor haz me gusta a este tweet para confirmar que estás contento con que analicemos tus tweets para identificar con que Avenger encajas mejor. Esto no nos da acceso a tu cuenta, solo a la información pública ya accesible. Highlight
ANTE 2020-11-21 14:15:55RT @Elis032372361: @lizhheitler @johnerencastle Necesitamos ganar de nuevo mayoría en la cámara de diputados para que AMLO siga adelante co… Highlight
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ANTE 2020-11-23 17:00:161.09 1.05 4.63%
ANTE 2020-11-23 18:00:151.15 1.12 2.78%
ANTE 2020-11-23 19:00:151.12 1.10 1.85%
ANTE 2020-11-23 20:00:141.11 1.09 2.78%
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ANTE 2020-11-23 23:00:141.11 1.09 0.93%
ANTE 2020-11-24 01:00:461.11 1.09 -3.54%
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ANTE 2020-11-24 17:00:281.13 1.10 0.92%
ANTE 2020-11-24 18:00:161.14 1.13 3.67%
ANTE 2020-11-24 19:00:171.14 1.12 3.67%
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ANTE 2020-12-01 18:48:48What are your thoughts on Corsair (CRSR) Hey everyone, I apologize for trying to shortcut but I am bit buried in client work atm and want to see what others have as thoughts on CRSR. It recently hit a high of ~$50/share before pulling back to $37.98. From what I can tell based on reports and some slight digging this weekend this appeared to be more about profit-taking than anything fundamental. In fact, CRSR had just adjusted their 2020 guidance above Wall St. estimates. I bought into the stock at $18.87 and had originally planned a sell at around $30/share but am still holding with a plan to sell in February after earnings. Does anyone have thoughts on CRSR in, say, a 6-month timeframe. I am surprised with how well the stock has been doing and wanted to see if other people had insights/thoughts on CRSR going forward Thanks =)   submitted by   /u/Lykotic [link]   [comments]
ANTE 2020-12-01 19:00:131.19 1.17 1.74%
ANTE 2020-12-01 19:50:19Are there any people here that actually invest in a stock/stocks for 10-20 years or even more. Is everyone chasing the hype and meme stocks? I feel like that the amount of people who try to time the market with their buys and sells is pretty big in this sub. Don’t see that many people with the ”boomer” view on this. I think it’s kinda weird considering that you’ll have a much better chance of succeding if you pick market leaders with good and stable growth, revenue, low debt etc. This made it sound really easy, but you get what I mean. Like, I get it why the companies like PLTR, NIO and SE get a lot more attention, since the biggest and the quickest growth and winnings come from the companies that are new and have a lot of potential, but it still bugs me out that people are doing ”investing” more and more from a trading stand point rather than the traditional buy and hold strategy. People are lacking patience. People can do whatever they want, but if we forward to 10 years in time, how many of us can actually provide solid returns with the constant buying and selling that can perform better than the S&P 500, so about 10% annually. It’s gonna be real hard with timing the market consistantly. Even picking the right growth stock can be really hard eben though Reddit and the amount of speculation does help a bit with it. There isn’t any guarentees that PLTR can be a blue chip company in 20 years. Sure, there isn’t anything sure about AAPL or MSFT either, but at least they’ve proven they can do it on a solid basis. Don’t want to be mean or anything, just wondering if it’s really worth trying to time the market if you can get steadier profits from the already existing market leaders. I do enjoy reading newsand staying informed, but IMO it’d be safer just to stick with the blue chips. The point of investing is gaining wealth steadily, not gambling with it, right? The biggest bonus with growth stocks is probably the possibility of getting huge profits in a short term which isn’t a reality with the blue chips. You can still get tons of profits with MSFT, JNJ or AAPL, it’s just that it won’t happen overnight. I think you should have a healthy mix of both market leaders and growth stocks. I don’t know what I’m trying to say with this. Maybe I just wanted to point this out that you shouldn’t ”gamble” everything when investing amid all this speculation and info you get about any stock here. Thanks in advance.   submitted by   /u/juaggo_ [link]   [comments]
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ANTE 2020-12-02 03:06:34What happens to my slack shares now? I [unfortantely] bought slack around their IPO and DCA’d down to an average of $29 per share. I have 55 shares currently and I am wondering what will happen after the Salesforce acquisition is complete. Do my WORK shares get converted to CRM shares of equivalent value (~10 shares of CRM)? Also I noticed the current valuation of Slack at market close is 25billion, however Salesforce is buying them for 27.7 billion. Does this mean I should expect an additional 10-12% return?   submitted by   /u/SqueakyPablo94 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-02 09:40:54UK first country to approve Pfizer/BioNtechCovid Vaccine Britain granted emergency approval to Pfizer Covid vaccine, the first Western country to allow its health service to begin mass inoculations. 40million doses of the vaccine will be transported around the country within 8hours.   submitted by   /u/khotasikka0310 [link]   [comments]
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ANTE 2020-12-02 12:15:49Alright, need a cruise to buy. Hi Everyone, Need a cruise line to buy: Norwegian, Royal Caribbean or Carnival. What are your thoughts? I know Cramer likes Norwegian most due to their balance sheet, but I wanted to get other peoples insight and views. Looking solely at the stock price, Carnival looks like it could give the most ROI, but also seems the highest risk. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Only going to be buying about $2000 worth of stock.   submitted by   /u/fitchaber10 [link]   [comments]
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ANTE 2020-12-02 16:59:19Chinese stock delisting bill I know this is not directly related to stocks (or maybe it is, for anyone holding any chinese EVs atm), but I wanted to see if we can somewhat find out realtime when the vote for the aforementioned bill happens. Or even more, where we can look for it. I'm asking because as an european, I'm not really connected to the US Political world and I'm having trouble googling this the right way. Shame on me. Thanks everyone. :)   submitted by   /u/addumit [link]   [comments]
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ANTE 2020-12-02 17:01:00Where Should I Retire?: We retired to Athens without speaking Greek — here’s how we got the easy travel and affordable life we wanted Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-02 20:09:16Thoughts on Etsy? Hello investors of Reddit, I just wanted some opinions on Etsy. It’s currently at about 153 a share but has seen an amazing year despite the pandemic. The company’s financial statements are quite attractive, gaining a lot in revenue and net income during their 2020 quarters. This of course can be attributed to mask sales but what’s interesting is it seems many initial mask buyers are returning to the platform to buy other things and Etsy’s popularity is only growing. Thinking long term, what do you see in Etsy’s future? The ever growing popularity of E-Commerce and the fact that their numbers have been amazing this year, with steady and constant growth in the years prior, seem to tell me Etsy has a promising future. Your thoughts?   submitted by   /u/ser_antonii [link]   [comments]
ANTE 2020-12-02 20:57:33Next investment move? (Long term hold) Just wanted some thoughts on what I should focus on next. Been wanting to add a bigger position in crypto and get it up to about 15-20% of my total investment. Some stocks I’m looking to add are PLTR, SQ, AMD, LULU, and SAM. All of these will be long term holds. My question is should I get into Crypto (look at BTC, ETH) or should I start a holding in the stocks mentioned? And which stock would you choose from that list if you could only choose one? Background on myself: 22 year old college student, working part-time. Only have about 23K invested so far. Already have an emergency fund, 401K contributions matched, Roth IRA will be fully maxed.   submitted by   /u/mychongy24 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-02 23:14:06Why I am bullish on $TSLA long-term. Personal bias: I was swing trading $TSLA since early this year with small-sized profits, but always exited positions because I believed it was overvalued. Finally decided to invest in a long position a few weeks before the split after really doing some DD and research on the company. I'm in my late 20s, and anticipate investing in $TSLA for the next 20+ years. I own 13 shares with an average share price of $428. I have been DCA'ing periodically on top of buying bits anytime it dips 6% or more. I know these are rookie ass numbers and some of y'all have been invested way longer. I just wanted to share my thoughts on $TSLA long term! Why I am extremely bullish: I studied engineering in college like Musk (actually he was in physics, but in a related, relevant field) and the concept of ethics + morality is emphasized & deemed imperative throughout engineering + physics classes / seminars / programs. I kinda obsessed over Musk this past year to try and understand his persona and character and thought-process and watched any interview I could find online, read his articles, watched live events, read reviews from past/current employees. It was pretty evident that this guy is interested in bettering the world (reducing emissions, decreasing dependence on foreign oil & drilling, self-sustainability in homes, and more). From what I gathered, he genuinely believes in Tesla's mission statement and most importantly, is confident in delivering. Perhaps this is too anecdotal and emotional to have any real bearing, but I am bullish on companies motivated by the bigger picture (in this case energy). He has largely been focused on growth over profit, and this is the only correct approach IMO to running a company that is tasked with introducing ground-breaking, societal-changing, futuristic technology to the world. Here are some of Tesla's major costs: Training a neural network to read the road like a human takes an extraordinary amount of resources. You want the AI to have seen every damn inch of the Earth so it has exposure to different variabilities while driving and makes the safe, correct maneuver. Another is investing in producing in-house batteries. Another is upgrading its facilities to better streamline production and increase efficiency. Another is expanding its facilities themselves across the world like Germany for example and then domestically like the giga in Texas. Another is solar technology. None of this stuff is profitable right now. No one is paying Tesla for its efforts in optimizing the AI or for any of its other endeavors I just mentioned. They have a 35K car (model 3) to get an EV out there many can afford and thus build a reputation in the public of a working model..... its not to earn profits. Tesla is focusing on solidifying its foundations now so that it can be profitable in the (increasingly near) future. Let's talk about the super high P/E value for $TSLA stock. Stock price keeps rising, but earnings stay low. This is the primary metric used by the $TSLA bears suggesting the stock is overvalued and in a bubble that's about to burst. But if you agree with the points I made in #2 above, you can understand why the profits are low. $AMZN had a period with a P/E of 1000+. In the ensuing years, though, its P/E came back down to more normal levels, but the stock price kept rising. Why? Because their earnings started to increase. And this is why it takes a believer and due diligence to invest in this stock. Do you understand why Tesla is focusing on growth over profits right now? Do you believe that it can overcome challenges to produce a dope product (and service)? If you say no - then you are fine to think the P/E ratio is too damn high and you should not invest long term. But if you do your research, agree with their approach, and believe that Tesla is going to become a highly profitable company, then who fucking cares about the P/E ratio! Earnings will come and the P/E value will become averaged and normal while price will also increase. There's the mandate to cease ICE vehicle production by 2030-2035. It's a (largely) global mandate and so when that time comes, you're going to have to buy an EV. Which guy do you think will have the most refined product? GM, Porshe, Volkswagen? Or Tesla, that has solely focused on EV for its lifespan? Do you believe other companies can just magically catch-up and be on par with Tesla experience-wise? Keep in mind that many auto companies are being forced into EV. Watch some (not so) old videos of GM mechanics & engineers who proudly tout their gas-operated ICEs and mock EVs like its some ridiculous technology. Can you really believe that despite all these disadvantages, these same guys can produce a product superior to Tesla? Do you feel comfortable trusting a product with significantly lesser testing time than one who has been at it for years longer? Autonomous driving. I keep reading that all the auto dealers can easily "catch-up to the new EV technology" to be on par with Tesla's EV (which btw doesn't really make sense to me). But for fun let's say that somehow it happened. Autonomous FSD needs to be tested thoroughly to be deemed safe for public use. Won't that take years of trial and error and testing and more beta testing and changes and recalls and delays? Like many of you, I've watched the FSD beta videos for Tesla street driving AI. It is nothing short of incredible. Yes of-course there are problems, though, and they are being worked on. This is all a normal R&D procedure for FSD that any car dealer must complete before releasing to the public. How in the world can they catch-up so quickly then? As we have heard from the bulls (maybe too many times...), Tesla isn't just a car company. Its mission is to reduce emissions, increase self-sustainability (with solar panels for homes, cars), and revolutionize the electric grid with distributing solar power. Also they sell these really comfy ass shorts. Does GM sell comfy shorts? I'll wait. Things that make me doubt Tesla: (this one is simply conjecture, not fact-based). A reduction in enthusiasm / effort towards Tesla from Elon Musk due to having to manage all of his other endeavors. If SpaceX, Starlink go public causing his workload to multiply, can we still expect Tesla leadership to run the company with the same drive and motivation? I keep reading stories and reviews of Tesla cars that need to go in for repairs shorty after being purchased. Seat issues, door issues, tires falling out. My neighbor bought a Model Y and said he had to take it back the first week because there was problems with the seat not moving or something. He did say that after the repair, the car has been perfect and he'll never go back to an ICE. Still, pretty concerning that so much random shit seems to happen right outta the box. Even if they become the sole clear-cut leader in EV auto vehicles (2030), can we justify a market cap that compares to $AMZN or $GOOG or $MSFT or $AAPL? What if they also became the primary all-purpose electric energy solution for residence / commercial sectors? In summary, I totally understand the doubts and uncertainties that many people have with buying $TSLA stock, and even Tesla cars. Many investors see the P/E value and call it inflated / in a bubble. Folks, this is futuristic, groundbreaking and developing technology. Perhaps, just maybe, there are other metrics to gauge a stock then? I recommend reading Tesla's engineering news, not just financial reports, to gain a clearer picture. Due to some of Musk's social media antics, the stock has become a meme stock / robinhooders joke stock (lol). All this time that Tesla invests into its growth and R&D (instead of profits), will pave the way for it to produce a leading, refined product in the EV sector. And yes, I did read Elon's email about profits earlier today. Please share your thoughts. Thank you for reading.   submitted by   /u/cheechuu [link]   [comments]
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ANTE 2020-12-03 01:48:35Why professional traders are not worried about the Delisting Bill that passed today -- Barons While people are panicking on Reddit and Stocktwits... The bill won’t come as a surprise to investors. Emerging markets fund managers have been swapping U.S. listings of widely held stocks like Alibaba Group Holding (BABA), (JD), NetEase (NTES) for their secondary listings in Hong Kong listings for months, in anticipation of the measure. That's right. The absolute worst thing that can happen is that your shares get swapped to Hong Kong's stock exchange. The article explained that Interactive Brokers, Fidelity, and Schwab, for example, already offer retail traders like us access to HK's exchange. Granted that NIO and XPEV are not on the Hong Kong exchange yet. But they have three years to comply with the US rule. That's plenty of time to secure a spot on the Hong Kong exchange. And Hong Kong would love to have them. This move could also benefit the companies themselves, as it makes them available to both American and Chinese investors: A Hong Kong listing means a company’s stock can be traded during the Asian day and is likely to broaden its investor base. If shares are later added to Hong Kong’s so-called stock connect program, they could also become accessible to investors in mainland China. WSJ tl;dr Worst thing that happens is you have to open another account to give you access to HKEX. That's assuming a compromise doesn't get reached. And that's assuming Biden even signs this bill.   submitted by   /u/r2002 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-03 09:10:23Positivity for newbies without a lot of $ to invest Hey! I'm pretty new to this, but if you are too and you're anything like me, you've probably seen a lot of people talking about how they've bought 300 shares of this, dropped $2k on that, have six figures in ETFs, etc. I've even seen a couple comments scoffing at people who only have a couple hundred to invest. I dunno about you, but it can get frustrating and disheartening. So I just wanted to take a minute and say: you're doing great just by getting started! It really doesn't matter how much money you have. Sure, the more you can invest, the more you can (potentially) gain, but any profit is profit. If you want to get into trading like a lot of people do here, it's perfectly okay to start with $100, buy a share or two in something that seems reliable yet cheap, make like $5, sell it, rinse and repeat. You can work your way up to doubling or tripling your initial investment by just buying a good stock on a red day, waiting a few days, and selling when it's in the green by a few dollars. It's not as glamorous or fast as people talking about their $10k gains in a day but it is profit, it can be faster than long-term investing when you're just getting started, and it does allow you more money to play with without having to put in more of your own. And if you want to start investing long-term, any amount is a great amount. $100 in a savings account might make 0.20% APY, like what my bank offers. $100 in ETFs could get you ~10% annual returns. $10 in a year doesn't sound like much, but it's a massive improvement over 20¢. (And you'll almost definitely put aside more than $100 year to year anyway, but you get the point.) All in all, any profit is profit, the best amount to trade with is anything you can afford to lose, the best time to start long-term investing is always immediately, and it's perfectly fine if all you're making is a few dollars trading or investing. The important part is that you're getting started, so don't get discouraged! Best of luck to all of us =) p.s. Also, IMO, short-term trading is okay! As long as you know the risks (yes, even of meme stocks) you can treat this as a game or a casino or whatever you want. Like someone else here said, this is /r/stocks, not /r/investing. At the end of the day it's your money, and sometimes stupid-seeming risks will make way more profit overnight than safe long-term investments will in years, and sometimes you'll lose your life's savings in a day and wish you'd just gone the investing route with $VOO or something. Do whatever you're comfortable with, don't listen to anyone scoffing about what investing has become. (Although, I guess, take what I've said with a grain of salt too! I am probably just as new as you ;b Feel free to correct me on anything as well!)   submitted by   /u/sanguineicarus [link]   [comments]
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ANTE 2020-12-03 17:15:45Scared to drop money into a fund right now because they’re all at or around ATHs. So basically I have around 25k I wanted to throw into a fund and just let grow over the next 15-20 years. I was thinking of doing a split like 70% VTSAX and 30%VTIAX. After taking profits in individual stocks from this November rally we’ve seen, I just planned to basically set and forget in a fund. My issue is, I’m terrified we’re gonna see a pullback over the next coming months or year because of the ridiculous rally we’ve seen. I get that “time in the market beats timing the market” but am I crazy for just wanting to wait a bit? Any general advice or just advice from people in a similar situation?   submitted by   /u/DinerLobsters [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-03 18:21:29Should I withdraw some of my gains too pay off debt? I grew my account from $800 in March too roughly $23k in December. I was grateful for nearly 100% gains. However I wanted too be a long term investor. But as I’m only 27, I was thinking of withdrawing most of that too pay off a huge chunk of debt. Should I do that?   submitted by   /u/highwayking324 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-03 19:42:10If BABA, NIO, XPEV (Chinese stocks) are delisted, what will happen to the stock prices for US investors? I own a lot in leaps on BABA and also some in NIO. The house yesterday passed the bill yesterday that the Chinese companies will have to, like all other foreign companies, have to comply with auditing regulations which involves working directly with the Chinese officials in China (much more access than what we have now). (Even though it hurts my wallet, I definitely agree with the legislation). Right now we own ADRs [ "An ADR is a stock that trades in the U.S. but represents a specified number of shares in a foreign corporation. ADRs are bought and sold on American stock markets just like regular stocks, and are issued/sponsored by a U.S. by a bank or brokerage."] Let's say the Chinese government *doesn't* comply (which is what I believe because this would be something they'd do). Thus, in 3 years the stocks which we own we'd have to move over to a foreign exchange (Hong Kong or London I'm guessing) if we still wanted to keep them. Remember this isn't a decision companies can make. The Chinese government will *have* to comply. So the CEOs of these companies can do all they want to try and make themselves compliant but it won't matter if the Chinese government doesn't comply so the possibility of delisting is very real. My questions are three-fold: Would the fact that US investors can no longer buy these ADRs mean the price of BABA (and other Chinese companies) tank? Or does the supply and demand of US investors not affect the price of the stock at all since this is basically just tied to a foreign stock and the relative supply and demand of US investors is irrelevant? As a related question, the market cap of BABA right now is 800B. Is this market cap of 800B from both the stock on the Chinese exchange PLUS the market cap from US investors? Or is this *solely* the market cap on its foreign exchange? In other words, if I buy 10 million shares of the stock at market price on TD Ameritrade in the US, would this even have any effect on the stock price I'm seeing at all? How would owning leaps work out if the stock were to become delisted? Would I have to exercise them and then transfer over? Are the options solely dependent on the supply and demand of US investors or are these like ADR's of the options on another exchange? Let's say a leap I own still had an extrinsic value of $3000 on it. The next day it's announced the stock will become delisted (let's pretend they could announce it and delist it the next day). Would this mean my leaps would become worthless almost instantly because there would be no investors willing to buy that remaining extrinsic value? The reason this is so important is because if it's the case US investors have no impact on the stock price itself, then I still remain bullish on these stocks since nothing has changed with the company fundamentally. If however US investors no longer being able to buy the ADR does have an effect on the price, then I want to sell everything because no one wants to own a stock that could potentially die a few years later. ​   submitted by   /u/debussyxx [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-04 06:23:30Roblox licensed for release in China, as company plans to go public Gaming unicorn Roblox and its Chinese partner Tencent Holdings have secured two licences from the Chinese government to launch the former’s massively popular sandbox gaming platform in China on both mobile and PC, two weeks after the California-based company filed to go public in November. The gaming platform has become enormously popular worldwide, particularly among children and teens, as a digital sandbox in which gamers can create their own characters, buildings, parks and even custom game modes. Some creators have replicated classic games such as Pokémon, Super Mario 64 and Counter-Strike inside the platform. Unlike most other markets, China requires companies to obtain a government licence before releasing games in the country, a process which can take months, if not years. Roblox was one of 42 titles approved by the National Press and Publication Administration, the Chinese government organ overseeing imported games, on Wednesday. China also requires gaming companies to work with a local publishing and operations partner. In 2019, Roblox and Tencent formed a joint venture, and the duo have been working towards getting a government licence since. The world’s largest gaming company by revenue, Tencent also publishes games by many gaming giants including Nintendo, Riot Games, Supercell, Activision Blizzard and Ubisoft. “Tencent’s receipt of approval to publish the Chinese version of Roblox on December 2 could spur a big uplift to sales upon release which may come in 2H21, in our view,” Bloomberg Intelligence analysts Matthew Kanterman and Vey-Sern Ling in a research note. The two analysts said that because Tencent had a large backlog of games awaiting release, Roblox’s China release could take some time. But they remained bullish on the gaming platform’s potential in China. “In a scenario where Roblox China achieves 10 million daily active users in its first year with average bookings per user in line with its global average, net bookings from China could eclipse US$500 million,” they wrote. Roblox had not replied to queries by the Post at the time of publication. In February, the company was valued at US$4 billion after a Series G funding round led by famous venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. According to Crunchbase, Roblox has raised more than US$335 million in venture capital. A China release could boost investors confidence further: the country is predicted to be the world’s biggest gaming market with estimated revenue of US$44 billion by the end of this year, followed by the US with US$41.3 billion, according to a recent report by market research firm Newzoo. According to Roblox’s Chinese website, the China release of the platform will focus heavily on collaborations with schools and educators, and it is touted as a potential educational tool for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students. That said, Kanterman and Ling wrote in the research note that Roblox will face stiff competition in China, including from Minecraft, Microsoft’s popular sandbox game. “Still, peer NetEase’s China version of Microsoft’s Minecraft has achieved 400 million registered users, signalling demand for interactive, creative experiences in the country,” they said. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-04 07:42:23Buy SalesForce ($CRM) on the dip? SalesForce ($CRM) is a business that I have used and admired for awhile now. I think Marc Benioff is a great innovative CEO. They have great financials, growth, and a wide competitive moat. I've wanted to own them for awhile but the price seemed to high for what I typically buy. I actually do like their acquisition of Slack. Wall street seems to think they overpaid and has punished them, down more than 10% on the news and 20% in the last 2 weeks, despite a very strong quarter. Overall their growth is incredibly strong, their margins are 80%, and although $200B valuation seems insane, if they continue their current growth and build out their CRM, and businesses like Tableau and Slack, they could more than justify it and catch up to the rest of the cloud kings. What are people's thoughts on the acquisition and CRM's current price?   submitted by   /u/mattchu5 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-04 11:02:59Do people buy same day expiration options? Just what my title says. I usually buy calls that doesn’t expire same day. I feel like I could get burned. So I don’t have experience in that. Do any of you guys buy same day expiration options and if so are you profitable? I’m thinking of maybe taking a chance but wanted to hear you guys first if that’s ok. Thank you   submitted by   /u/yukidjesus [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-04 18:44:45My Investment Theses for 2021 Spent a couple hours thinking and writing out brief theses for all of my current positions. I follow news and financials, but these are more internal thoughts I had moving into positions. This exercise definitely helped flesh things (positive and negative) out and gave me things to think about. I think it's something I'll be doing at year-end on an annual basis moving forward as well as exit comments on all positions. I am open to risk and my portfolio reflects that. Thoughts and criticisms appreciated! Investment Theses - Dec 1, 2020 ARKK ETF: Technology is expanding and compounding at a rate that is hard to keep up with. The same can be said of many of the primary holdings of ARKK. These are companies that have benefited the most from how quickly the world is changing today as well as how the stock market landscape in general is changing. CLOU ETF: Cloud computing is becoming more and more relevant as businesses are relying more and more on big data to optimize their businesses. While this sector has received a bump from the COVID-19 pandemic and may level off for a time, I see it as a catalyst to a sector that isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. QQQ ETF: The Nasdaq has exploded over the past decade, far outpacing the S&P 500. This is the technology age, and those changes are just starting. TAN ETF: As we push into the 2020s, solar energy (and other forms of clean energy) is something that is finally starting to be looked at seriously. With the massive amounts of infrastructure to be laid and work to be done, this industry won't be slowing down anytime soon. AMZN: I mean, it's Amazon. BAC: Huge financial institution with a long history that will be propped up by any means possible. Bank of America and other financial institutions were hit particularly hard by the drop in early 2020 and should have some further upside. This is more of a short-term idea as investors seem to be somewhat rotating back into value plays. DIS: Disney is currently at a crossroads - they have the opportunity to break into the streaming revolution that is taking over the world, and they seem to be doing far better than anyone thought they would be. With a huge amount of IP, Disney has the capacity to rise to the level of Netflix (while not being a direct competitor) at a much quicker rate. Add into the mix their parks and retail side, and we should have great growth and a stable rebound moving into 2021 and beyond. T: AT&T has obviously bungled their way through the DIRECTV acquisition while taking on a lot of debt to acquire it along with Time Warner. On the plus side, they've been able to effectively manage and bring their debt down due to continually strong cash flows. It remains to be seen whether they can shake off the nightmare that has been DIRECTV and capitalize on the shift to 5G as well as HBO Max. V: Credit and debit cards are far from ubiquitous in the US and even more so in other areas of the world. Visa remains the company to beat in the space. CRSP: The secret to the future of medicine lies in CRISPR (gene editing) technology. If this technology can be harnessed in the way it is imagined, the potentials are without end. The technology is still in the nascent stages and will undoubtedly face many delays and challenges along the way. This combined with the fact that CRISPR Therapeutics is not guaranteed to come out on top in the sector (although they are well-positioned) makes this is still a speculative but somewhat safe play. DKNG: Betting on outcomes in life is something that the average person does every day. Throw sports, money, and easy accessibility into the mix, and you have a perfect storm. DraftKings already has a strong presence in their fantasy lineup pools. Now states are dominoing to legalize online sports betting as not doing so will lose them out on a lot of taxes as people cross state lines to place their bets. 2021 will see an explosion in the sector. FUBO: A synergistic investment with DKNG, fuboTV is the ultimate streaming platform for all things sports. They've spent the past several years building up quite the library and consumers have no problem shelling out $60 a month in order to access it. As ESPN bleeds under DIS, consumers will flock to the streaming service that provides all of their sports needs: fuboTV. One of their most interesting ideas is how to work live sports streaming in conjunction with sports gambling. LULU: The king of athleisure, Lululemon is here to stay, and it's safe to say that lines that come out of Lululemon stores even during the pandemic show just that. Sound financials throughout 2020 and seem to be poised to come out of the pandemic in a better position than they were in before. It will be interesting to see how they leverage their acquisition of Mirror. U: You can mine for gold or you can sell pickaxes. While gaming might not quite be a gold rush industry, it has shown a lot of solid and steady growth over the past decade, and we are starting to move into the next generation of gaming. This growth will continue as more and more of Gen Z get older. Unity is well-positioned but will need to see if they can capitalize in the upcoming years. VRYYF: A very small Canadian plant-based meat company that had its IPO in mid 2020. The products are great and in line with the growing population of vegetarians and vegans. Their demand is currently too high, and they cannot ship product in a timely fashion to consumers. They've acquired several new plant locations that could show huge expansion in their production as well as the US market. It remains to be seen whether that spike in production will be met with the same level of demand, which is what the current astronomical valuation is based on. Highly speculative and volatile but still viewed as a long term hold if demand surges YoY.   submitted by   /u/mykeyyy [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-05 00:19:13Starbucks breaks ath past $100 I have a 90c I got lucky on buying at $78. At these levels we are blowing past street targets and the forward pe is not great. Very hard to evaluate where the target is with zero rates, stimulus... Is this still a reopening guarantee? Any thoughts?   submitted by   /u/Cadenca [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-05 15:21:57ACAM merging with CarLotz (surprised no ones talking about this) Title should read CarLotz is going public through ACAM I’ve never played the stock market before. ACAM will be my first stock buy ever and I’m going to throw 10k at it. I run a car dealership in Indianapolis. A close trusted mentor who’s been in the car business for 20 years knows the new CEO of CarLotz. She took his own company Traderev from nothing to something great. Traderev is a 24/7 online auction for car dealers. I use it often. The whole buzz about CarLotz is they are the next Carvana. Taking car sales to the all online platform. I will most likely get made fun of but i just wanted to drop a line in here and say these things for what it’s worth. I know I’m very new but this seems like a big deal.   submitted by   /u/Schreezy3 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-05 19:43:23TDAmeritrade to Interactive Brokers? Anyone switch from TDAmeritrade to Interactive Brokers? I've had my TD account for 16 years but want to switch for lower margin rates. Just wanted to know how the transition was, if they're giving higher leverage percentage, and how the overall service is? I called TD to lower my margin rates and give me more leverage. They said they'd put in a request for 3.8% margin interest but I haven't heard back. They said they can't give a higher leverage percentage. My current leverage rate is about 50% of my account value. When I had less money, it was around 100% to 150%, which makes no sense.   submitted by   /u/hockeyfun1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
ANTE 2020-12-05 19:58:55What are your thoughts on LAZR? A meme stock or a legit investment opportunity? I honestly hadn't heard about it, until I was looking at my fidelity dashboard and saw it was one of the top purchased stocks yesterday on the site. I did some quick research, and saw this article: I wanted to know what you all thought of it, before I really delved deep.   submitted by   /u/royaIs [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-05 20:26:36A discussion about “time in the market vs timing the market” We’ve all seen it parroted on every investing related thread in the history of Reddit- “time in the market beats timing the market”. But I feel like this phrase gets misused quite a lot, and I would like to take this boring workday of a Saturday to just show the power of what “time in the market” actually has. What “time in the market” means and what it doesn’t mean Time in the market means, basically, maintaining ownership of assets that either 1, typically appreciate in value over time (stocks, real estate, commodities, etc) or 2, that produce a steady, ideally increasing, stream of income (dividend paying stocks, a business, rental properties, debt, etc). By “time in the market” it means that ownership of these assets over long periods of time, as in years and decades, is the key to wealth accumulation. If you look at most wealthy person alive today and in history, they gained their wealth through assets. They accumulate assets and own them. “Time in the market” does NOT mean buying clearly overvalued hype stocks because “I’m in for the long term”. I’m not gonna say any because I don’t want the comments to just be arguing about whether or not tesla is overvalued, but I hope you get the idea. However this doesn’t mean to just let your cash sit on the sidelines “waiting for a crash”. Typically there is no reason to have all your net worth tied up in cash, as it is the only asset class guaranteed to lose value over time. Rather, you should be in the middle: continuing to own assets you already own and being on the lookout for more, fairly valued ones. I promise you that you can find value out there if you look for it. Even then you don’t necessarily always have to be buying. Sometimes doing nothing is the best choice. You’re probably wasting your time (and money) If you’re anticipating a crash, good luck. There have been 8 major crashes since the 1920’s: an average of one every 12 years. There have been flash crashes and small recession but these shouldn’t concern you at all. On the large scale, the market has trended up for most of its existence. What makes this time different, exactly? Bulls have a tendency to believe that this time is different, but bears can have the same mindset, especially considering that the US has been in a bull market for most of its history. So what makes this time different? Sure, we will enter a bear market eventually but the US market has never failed retest its highs. If you’re selling because you anticipate a “correction”, you’re just wasting your time and money. Corrections are a blip on the radar over time. They are normal, healthy and should be seen as a good thing, just the market breathing, per se; nobody actually thinks “stocks only go up and never go down”. Once you gain real money, in the high six figures and up, taxes will really start to eat into you. Selling positions with the intent to buy back in after a correction is probably an unprofitable endeavor. Why pay a good chunk of your earnings in taxes just to buy back 10% cheaper, especially when the 10% drop may or may not happen when you expect it to? This ties in to the last paragraph of point one, sometimes it’s best to do nothing and just continue to hold, letting your money work for you. Generational wealth This is my main point. The Rothschilds, for example, have been building an empire for almost 300 years. That is 300 years of compounding interest. One thing they have done is accumulate assets, not sell them. The wealthy families of the Netherlands have been passing down assets for almost 400 years. Even on a less grandiose scale, just look to this subreddit. You’ll notice a lot of the users with higher portfolio balances probably received a nice inheritance somewhere along the way. This isn’t a bad thing and shouldn’t be shamed. After all, isn’t that everyone’s goal, to pass their wealth into their children? Unfortunately, with inheritances, a huge majority of inherited wealth is lost by the third generation. When the younger generation doesn’t know how to properly manage wealth, they end up wasting it all instead of further building it up. Compound interest Some call it the eighth wonder of the world, and rightfully so. There is no reason to interrupt compound interest unnecessarily. I would hope that most people here are investing with the goal of attaining compound interest, and selling your compounding assets is a solid way to halt it. Dividends Whether or not you chase dividends, I think we can all agree that we get some form of dividends or income from our investments. Dividends really show their power after several years of ownership. Buffett, for example, gets a 40% annual return from dividends on his initial Coca Cola investment. Fourty percent! And he doesn’t even DRIP them. Why on earth would people get rid of their assets that have potential to give those kind of returns after some years of ownership is beyond me. If you do a dividend return calculator going back multiple decades, you’ll find that most dividend paying securities will have similar returns once you have mature ownership of them. On “timing the market” This is probably a controversial one but I definitely don’t believe in just buying whatever tickers you want because “time in the market beats timing the market”. Like I said above, time in > timing because of generational wealth, compound interest and ownership. It doesn’t mean buying the hottest Reddit ticker because you’re in for the long term. Taking well assessed risks with positive and realistic upside is ideal. Spending time to make sure the investment you’re about to make is a good investment is smart. If spending a week or two assessing your decision is a way to “miss out on sick gains bro, it’ll go up another 50% before you buy”, it’s probably a FOMO stock and you shouldn’t be in in the first place. If patience is key, that means patience with buying is just as important as patience with holding. At the end of the day I’m a believer in ownership. Looking through most of wealthy individuals of today and in history, they all had one thing in common: they maintained possession of assets. They don’t sell their portfolios because they’re scared of a crash, they don’t have their net worth in a savings account. They assume a little bit of managed risk and let their money work for them. I made this post because I have to work on a Saturday and have nothing going on, I hope you at least enjoyed it or disagree with it so we can have some discussion going.   submitted by   /u/7thAccountDontDelete [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-05 21:38:27What are your current undervalued stock picks? Why? I posted a similar post yesterday, but I wanted a more formal place to talk about other stocks (not only popular meme or reddit stocks). I saw a post like this a couple months ago, and the predictions were all pretty great, and I wanted a more recent post for the start of 2021 and beyond. So, what are your current picks for the future either for the end of 2021 or whatever your time frame is and why? It doesn’t have to be something that had a recent IPO or anything. I just want to get more discussion on stocks that aren’t always talked about on here or ones that will have even more growth than now. You can literally mention whatever ticker you want and why. Wish you the best of luck investing!   submitted by   /u/likesundayslikerain [link]   [comments] Highlight
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ANTE 2020-12-05 23:14:35For those new to the world of stocks: A few lessons from a gal from her first year of trading Hi all. I have been trading for 9 months- and wanted to share my experience for all those trying to navigate this different world. This is for people like me-- no experience in finance, interested in learning and growing knowledge, and starting out with no knowledge. My background- Registered nurse in a hospital. I have no affiliations or interests in this post that are to sway anyone. I am posting this because I started out by investing time and lots of mistakes, and if I can help another newbie navigate in this community. Initial Investment in march: $3000 Current balance: $6200 Platform: Webull. I chose it by recommendation of a coworker, and I personally like it but I have nothing to compare it to as its the only one I have used. I do like the afterhours trading ability. Just a few of many things I have learned..... Be skeptical of many if not most posters on forums. I went in naive, small town gal who believes in good-- that "wow all these people must be right with their recommendations!" I now take it lightly, note the ticker and do my due diligence. I make sure to look at post history of anyone involved in stock discussions. I ignore anyone tagging multiple tickers, in fact block so they don't clog feeds. Keep a notebook. I write down terms when involved with a discussion that I don't understand to help me further my knowledge. For example, A stock I am investing that I feel will be doing very well very soon-- a discussion had multiple mentions of warrants. So I added to my definition list and went on to understand the companys warrents, what they were and why it is a factor in decisions. I write down definitions, terms I want to research in the future, lists of tickers I want to research, patterns I start to see in certain stocks-- its my little bible. Beware of some (maybe most) of the big pumpers. I learned this watching a notable twitter pumper that people treat like a god. You will and can make money of their suggestions-- but can also get severly burned. They buy in a stock they know just needs volume to make it go. It can be something that is junk. So they buy a ton of shares really cheap-- then pump it so a massive volume influxes it-- however by the time they post the pump its already gone up a little--- the pumper has made his money and exited and you are stuck when the stock drops rapidly due to exits. I say this with admitting you can be smart and make a couple bucks-- but it also comes with risk.... and ethically its a little gross. I saw this notable pumper brag yesterday about a stock he made 800k off of-- and his kingdom of followers are why. So I post this with caution as yes they can get you in the right direction-- but they use you to do it, and it comes at a cost to many people. I have found a few posters who I follow that post facts and always see posts by people as just a start- and its my duty to follow up. Read SEC filings. The website is easy to search, and this will keep you up to date on the companys stock filings. I am still learning and understanding the significance of each document. Find reputable due diligence. I am still developing this skill but so far I read SEC filings, I read releases from the company, history of the company. Websites I navigate are otcmarkets, investor hub, and business news sites. FOMO is huge in the market. I made so many mistakes my first month jumping into a stock by letting people pumping make me believe if I didn't buy it right that minute I would be left behind. This is absolutely wrong. I notate a stock I am interested in, and I watch its patterns. I look at the spread of buy ins too, to make sure I am not buying in at the top. I promise you, if you read social media and are scared of missing out- buying too quickly will lead you to buy too high. Stocks don't rocket as fast as they lead you to believe. Every stock is not about "to rocket" or go to the moon that day. Read the actual contracts. If you see a stock you are interested in- and theres lots of talk of its "going to rocket" due to a contract. Read and understand the contract. Contracts don't always mean immediate rise in stock. Sometimes the contract is contigent on certain things occuring. If I am interested in a stock with a known contract, and its not something immediate-- I write it in my stock bible to follow, that way I can follow the path the company is taking- and then put my money into it when its solid. I have found by waiting, the stock price is relatively the same if not lower, and I then use my money to invest in other things until that point occurs. Learn a little piece at a time. I see the stock market as an easy way to get overwhelmed and I acknowledge how little I know. So I learn a little bit at a time. Understand that no one truly can predict exactly when, or how much because the market has a lot of unpredictable factors... and honestly-- People with the most indepth knowledge of best choices are not going to tell you. I do not ask questions in forums regarding expectations-- I know its my job as an investor to do the legwork, and not for someone to hand me their hard work. It's my hard work. These are just a few of the lessons I have learned and thought I would share- I have many more of course. And I know I will have many more lessons and look forward to enjoying the ride. Cheers!   submitted by   /u/jamiegirl21 [link]   [comments] Highlight

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