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Moldypieboy The Chinese government kept the China stock market closed for more time than they normally do because they are scared of massive sell-offs because of the Kung Flu. it opens back up on Monday and people are still expecting a massive sell-off. what are your opinions on just shorting FXI before Monday and then immediately selling soon thereafter before it can recover any points? Chinese investors are scared and this thing can only get worse over the weekend which means even more tanking of FXI and more money for those who short it. Give me your thoughts
xmichaelx88 $LK hit piece. MuddyWatersResearch calls company fraudulent
AMcMahon1 Are we surprised? Cheap Chinese coffee company that sells coffee for what under $1? Where's the money to be made there. Probably cooking the books. Also has to complete with Starbucks who will probably wait them out and buy them when they get low enough for their retail space and rename as Starbucks On The Go or something stupid like that
YepRabbit Store closed actually help $LK saving money
They keep losing money on every cup coffee they hand out
aten10x No idea. I polled some asian beckys and they said LK coffee is gross. short this betch
NukeMagnet Dear stupid AMZN bulls, AMZN will never be $2000 again. It's never happening because Jeff Bozos needs to fuck loose plastic bags and his ivy league education wasn't enough to teach him to screen foreign texts. Sorry!
Jeff's old wife only sold 200k shares, she has another 20 million. If she can depress the price for over a year with only 200k shares imagine what she can do with the other 20 mil? AMZN shareholders are so fucked, so very very fucked
theC0nch Exactly that’s another thing, amzn seems to tick off a lot of people lol, must be a corporate culture thing...
AWS had head start advantage bc Bezos was genius to see it would be important but it won’t be the only dominant player 2020, msft is catching up quick and googl is paying attention, even aapl is thinking about it
Prices will lower and cut profits for entire sector, there will be a correction soon in cloud space...
TheHamburgler8D Amzn stated their Ring doorbell had the best sales ever for the quarter and the stock barely moved. To me that translated into they had a phenomenal quarter, but I see very little interest on stock buying this week.
It sat on the upper resistance line last week. If it can get by that AMZN will take its turn running to $1.4T.
elorei74 I do not personally know a single person that kept their dis+ after mandalorian finished unless they have young kids. I know about 20 that cancelled. Also, the Shanghai park makes up like 5% of their revenue. It is closed. Maybe for a while.
thewestcoastavenger As the biggest DIS fanboy/stock supporter you'll find on this sub, I agree. Frozen 2, Disney Plus guidance and Christmas parks revenue (Rise of the Resistance too) will be huge. But closing down Shanghai Disneyland and Disneyland Hong Kong? Disney NEVER closes parks. That will take a huge toll.
Parks are still 1/3 of revenue.
I'm considering buying puts to be honest
OriginalFluff DIS has been a bad play basically since DIS+ came out. Too much hype
I hate that stock because it's so public that a lot of stuff is priced in.
DrUNC83 Dis earnings Tuesday. Dam virus has their park In Shanghai shut down I think. If not for that BS virus expect huge moon when Dis+ sub numbers released. I’m guessing 35+ million. They predicted 20 million end of year.
Rocketmann777 Now is the perfect time to get into $dis calls for earnings next week especially after the over reaction to the Chinese chlamydia faux drama
omgroki $DIS is stomping on my crank
hjkoivu $AIMT is about to get FDA approved for a peanut allergy drug by 1/31 that will send the shares soaring. Nestle already owns 19% of the shares and there's a huge chance that they'll buy them out. Estimates would be at about $60 a share for the buyout, and at prices currently $32.38, there's a ton of money to be made. The FDA advisory board voted 7-2 in favor of the drug, and while that doesn't mean it's guarenteed to be approved, drugs with the advisory board's support pass 90% of the time! So there's a 9 out of 10 chance we will be making tons of money!! In addition, AIMT has a lot of new recent job openings, and if they weren't getting this drug approved, why would they be looking for so many new employees? I'm all on board this train and if this isn't approved pre-market tomorrow, we only have a couple of more days before the end of the month so get those 2/21 calls while you have the chance!
SummerSnow8 When is AIMT gonna announce their peanut medication? They said toward end of month. Their data sucks or something that's why its delayed?
crzyazn9 FDA approves AIMT’s Palforzia peanut allergy treatment. Thank you you beautiful idiots for the DD about AIMT. I sold all my holdings for a loss today so i could stock up on AIMT. i’m gonna cry i’m so happy for all those peanut kids.
AIMT to the moon!
Health Insurance Tendies. Guys, get your damn UNH puts. I'll tell you why:Without a doubt, UNH will be a very busy company over the coming 2-6 weeks. This isn't a good thing, though.As I'm sure you all know, UNH is a health insurance provider. These guys make their money when somebody is insured by them, and doesn't have any reason whatsoever to see a doctor. Their ideal client is someone who pays premium and never gets sick. Their ideal quarter is one in which every hospital in the country is empty. Their ideal country is one in which everyone has to pay for the service UNH provides, but never actually uses it. They make the most when they have to do nothing at all.UNH is Theta gang, who sells premium against disease.Whether you think that the Wuhan Flu is an actual issue or not, one thing is certain: people are frightened by it. Although most times people just "shrug off" cold like symptoms, with the recent sensationalist headlines, there will be an unexpectedly high amount of clinic/ER visits for silly little runny noses and other bullshit. Although these won't be bonafide Wuhan Flu cases, UNH will still have to pay out for the MD/hospital services rendered. If WuFlu actually DOES end up being something... just look up the daily cost of an ICU visit to get an idea of the claims payouts UNH might be looking at (HINT: It's about a cyber truck per week).Furthermore, it's looking like there is a growing threat to UNH's very market niche. There is rising fear and uncertainty in the market that there will even be a role for UNH if Bernie implements universal health care. Whether you think public health care is a good idea or not, and whether you think Bernie might/should be president, it's clear that there is a growing possibility that American health care may join the rest of the developed world with a public health system. If this happens, would UNH even have a product to sell?If health care goes public, UNH and others will be left with nothing other than their dicks in their hands. Their sole product will become obsolete. Imagine being a horse shoe salesman when Henry Ford popularized the car. Imagine being a slide rule manufacturer at the advent of the personal computer. Despite currently having a $30B market cap, UNH could possibly be left with the same valuation as $LEH.UNH is theta gang, during the world's largest health care scare in over 15 years. They're Abacus Inc., just as a new calculator shop is opening up down the street. Yet somehow, they're trading at just about 5% below ATH, and near the top of their 52wk range.Get your goddam puts.