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  1. #46
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    Some people have lost **** loads of money on Robinhood because well they did not know what they were doing.


    Bye anybody does ForEx?

  2. #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyubi256 View Post
    I bought aphria when it was $9.11 a share... Now at $12.54 don't really want to add more.

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    The thing with Aphria is itís worth .838 of whatever tilray is at. Right now tilray is 19.60. So, multiply .838 x 19.60 and you get 16.42. Aphria is worth 16.42 a share if the merger was today

  3. #48
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    Interesting, always wondered where that $16 number came from

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  4. #49
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    Day trade limits and robinhood: on RH you are allowed 3 (not 5) day trades in a week. If you force a 4 you will not be allowed to day trade for 90 days. The reason I know this because I did it.

  5. #50
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    The more I think about it, Iím just going to wait on crypto. Right now some exciting things are happening with ocugen. Think Iím going to buy more and hope it gets FDA approval

  6. #51
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    Zomedica is an intriguing one to get as they're preparing for truformica launch in March.

    And Senseonics is adding 50M shares around $1.25 so good opportunity to buy low as the price will likely drop next week

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  7. #52
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    Iíll definitely add them to my watch list. Thank you sir

  8. #53
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    I am retired and can tell you that I am very thankful for the three 401-Kís I have from different former employers.

    An example to give you an idea of the long-term: when our younger son was baptized, his godfather gave him $200 worth of Home Depot stock in a company program that automatically re-invests dividends in more stock. My son is now 19 years old and his Home Depot stock is worth more than $2,000.

  9. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmiler2 View Post
    I am retired and can tell you that I am very thankful for the three 401-Kís I have from different former employers.

    An example to give you an idea of the long-term: when our younger son was baptized, his godfather gave him $200 worth of Home Depot stock in a company program that automatically re-invests dividends in more stock. My son is now 19 years old and his Home Depot stock is worth more than $2,000.

    Very cool

  10. #55
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    How do people feel about bonds? I was looking into worthy bonds and loved their motto of giving money to the small businesses. I was worried because they're not FDIC insured (no bonds are), are a start up (since 2016), and didn't turn profit in 2020 but the idea sounds awesome

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  11. #56
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    Iíve never looked into bonds. Arenít they a much longer play

  12. #57
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    Most bonds you need to keep for like 3+ years. Worthy doesn't have penalty right now if you pull out. But I also don't like that about worthy as it is another reason why they're risky

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    Off Topic - Stock Market - Money Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by kyubi256 View Post
    Zomedica is an intriguing one to get as they're preparing for truformica launch in March.

    And Senseonics is adding 50M shares around $1.25 so good opportunity to buy low as the price will likely drop next week

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    Wish I bought them at $0.07, they were never going to 0 lol I traded the stock several times last year in the $0.15 range.

  14. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyubi256 View Post
    How do people feel about bonds? I was looking into worthy bonds and loved their motto of giving money to the small businesses. I was worried because they're not FDIC insured (no bonds are), are a start up (since 2016), and didn't turn profit in 2020 but the idea sounds awesome

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    He was a cheater

    Oh wait...


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    If Trump can become president with no political background then I don't understand why I need a resumť

  15. #60
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyubi256 View Post
    Most bonds you need to keep for like 3+ years. Worthy doesn't have penalty right now if you pull out. But I also don't like that about worthy as it is another reason why they're risky

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    I might look into those for my son

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