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BAC

Bank of America Corp
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I am up 8% BAC
about 12 hours ago
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Did you buy today at the peak? Don’t know what to suggest to be honest. I don’t know the company. I would suggest you buy calls that are 6months from expiration though. I’ve had BAC calls drop 50% and rebound within the 6 months to the point I made no loss
about 17 hours ago
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Is this the lambo portfolio? Leaps: ARKK, ARKF, SKLZ, OPEN πŸš€ Long term positions: SQ, TDOC, AC.TO, WSP.TO, PKI.TO, DND.TO, PROF, BAC, MSFT, AMAT, DKNG, JD, ARKK, ARKF, ARKWπŸš€ MEME: AMC, CLNE, CLOVπŸš€ 🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌 🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍
about 18 hours ago
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If BAC closes below 40 I’m visiting a branch tomorrow to take my morning dump
about 20 hours ago
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I can't explain all of it. And much of this is probably(almost definitely like 110% with a 2% margin of error) also down to personal perception. I started trading or "investing" circa 2006. This is when a lot of the internet brokers came onto the sign were becoming well established. In 2000, fees ranged from $10 to $30 a trade and that's for online no broker trades. By 2005, most of the big players like E-Trade(and it's baby) or TD Waterhouse(which later bought out Ameritrade to become today's TDA) were charging in the low teens if not below $10. So this was my entry and also among many others first explosion in day trading.(Again this is my perception, I cannot recall "day trader" as a career before this but that may be the limits of my own experience). Btw, this was so long ago, that YouTube didn't even exist yet. Smartphones didn't exist. Reddit and Digg didn't exist. The iPod was still using a hard drive. I was trading BOA and it was around the $30-40 range. I remember watching its earning report and after spectacular news, it was up 2%. And it was one of the high movers(there may have been bigger swings but again that is my experience). This was roughly May/Jun 2008. Because I remember buying around $36 and watching it dropping into the mid $20s. I realized I did not know shit about anything. Btw before the end of year, it would hit a low of $3.95. I stepped back and away from stocks for a while since I didn't have a job(income) and the rest o the money in the account wasn't supposed to be touch not that I wanted to after losing $1600 in a week when I was maybe making $100 a week just trading swings in price and honestly not knowing what the shit I was doing. Social media(not just reddit but all the stock discords and youtubers) alongside free trades have thrown a lot of retail money not just into the market but also into trading. I was buying BAC at $36 with commission of $13. Spreads also seemed much wider back then due to less liquidity. I can't recall the spread but a B/A of $35/37 doesn't seem unreasonable. That mean assuming a single purchase/sell entry/exit, the stock would have to move almost 6% for you to break even: buy at 37 and it would have to move up $2.13 for the bids to reach your cost). Hence small timers didn't trade frequently. Hell, I remember reading advice to diversify and buy slowly(not all at once) and thinking how the fuck am I supposed to cover these trading fees? The free trades make it easy to trade and social media enables certain stocks to get excessive attention. I've stayed away from trading for a long time by just finding companies I liked and buying those: https://i.imgur.com/7pf6XjZ.png This is a personal record of my trading accounts since 2010. In 2019, I got a significantly higher paying job so I opened the account on the left to be an "investory" while my 2010 account would be a "trading" account. And up until 2019, I was doing well: my average return year over year was 10.71% in 2019 and averaging around "safe" assumption the stocks rose 5% a year.(This number I chose as this was a number I saw frequently in retirement calculations ie assume 5% return on retirement). I also had the low benchmark of 2% as that is the average US inflation rate. I wasn't greedy or ambitious. I just wanted my money to not get eaten by inflation. But you can see I lose $20,000 as a trader in 2020 with $120k while I made $10k investing with just $35k. 2021 is a bit different as I've taken my investing account much harder to a multi year approach so most gains/losses haven't been realized at all. But in my trading account, I'm sitting on a loss of $11,000k. Which is not bad given I was down $40k on GME alone due to Wall Street fuckery. I've learned many of the investing rules don't apply well to trading but a corollary to the old adage "Don't invest what you can't afford to lose." is that "Just because you can afford to lose it, doesn't mean you should." When GME free-falled from the $400s, I was distracted at work and assumed the price halts were due to my shitty wifi rather than trading halts and the TDA app doesn't tell you trading is halted. I bought 100 at 315 before it went to 400. I tried to exit but the order didn't fill. The follow up surge to the mid-hi 200s had me wanting to exit as I thought it was going to fall much harder but I thought "I can afford to lose all of it" And I averaged down once it hit the 100s and below. But at $40, I was thinking "why the fuck did I not follow my own rules for exiting?" Edit: oh yea because of the commissions penny stocks were a huge rage with traders
1 day ago
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Thinking about buying BAC just because their acronym is bofa
1 day ago
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FUCK FOMC FUCK TAPER BAC POots all day
1 day ago
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Got stopped out of most of my boomer stuff today: BAC, X, PRTY, FCX.
2 days ago
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SOXL, TQQQ, BAC, O, AAPL cash secured puts, and -.15 to -.25 delta covered calls. My most profitable tickers that I sold options are TSLA, SQ, NVDA, and SOXL.
5 days ago
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Thursday Options Volumes **$AMC 1.714m (56% call 44% put)** **$TSLA 1.295m (50% call 50% put)** $AAPL 1.207m (75% call 25% put) **$AMD 506k (63% call 37% put)** **$GME 490k (52% call 48% put)** **$CLOV 488k (60% call 40% put)** $AMZN 472k (61% call 39% put) $F 438k (76% call 24% put) **$CLF 438k (77% call 23% put)** **$BB 366k (71% call 29% put)** **$PLTR 351k (77% call 23% put)** $PFE 320k (58% call 42% put) $MSFT 313k (60% call 40% put) **$WISH 308k (81% call 19% put)** $BAC 301k (70% call 30% put) $IVR 299k (87% call 13% put)
5 days ago
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