grizzle.com <- "When a great company isn't worth owning." Says it all really. Gonna wait and see like with Fastly. I'd like to enter in one of those ranges they had posted before today and double my money.
The guy who bought at $19.53 will eventually also get his, we can secure our tendies without being over the barrel as much.
I think the media FUD about vaping and a possible end-of-year recession fright can bring it even lower. Idk, maybe you can get it for $39, but if you zoom out it's pretty clear Altria's cheap even today.
Feels like a solid pick for those who appreciate slow and steady gains.
Every IT guy knows Intel has been brutally beat recently because of it's CPU bugs. AMD has remained relatively untouched. I'm willing to bet Intel has people looking into finding the same bugs with AMD, but so far...no dice.
AMD has always been best value, nothing strange about that: www.cpubenchmark.net
But now it only loses to...
I've been looking at BNB for a while now and it's really strong. Consistently getting beat less on red days and rising more on green ones. I'd say if the market starts turning and BNB hasn't taken a dive, go long quick and take profit $30+.
If the support doesn't hold though, something like this can easily...
Get in by the 26th for a fat 10% dividend or buy for more than 10% cheaper just after. Construction lags economic crises, it's a great company overall, there's sell pressure from institutional holders trying to get out of Eastern Europe. What could go wrong? : )
Even though I'm a firm believer of a bright future for riot suppression, surveillance, etc, I can't really get over how much this thing has rallied even during our favourite clownade going on on Twitter.
I love their games and want to hold this stock, but it's too damn high and might even go higher ahead/after E3 2019. End of 2018 showed us this stock can easily shed half its value for some reason. I guess buyers couldn't believe how lucky they got that past year and jumped ship first sign of trouble. And rightly so. As pretty much all currencies, the Polish zloty...
Learned to doodle like this from a colleague. If nothing else it's a good way of guessing where key levels may be and when it works it works well. Mostly it doesn't though.
- end of a bad week, often means weekend gets even shittier
- sell in May and go away at the stock market
- another ETF delay
- people like round numbers
- I don't think the recent bout of...