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charities he controls. thats tax avoidance not charity. read up on his dad and his friend Margaret Sanger and grandpa. just watch pirates of silicon valley. he is super rich kid who used his grandpas money and moms ibm ceo connection to get big
2 days ago
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U didnt know IBM certified him as a coding genius when he was a kid?
2 days ago
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I'm pretty sure you don't know what a mainframe is And I'm buying calls on IBM
3 days ago
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Ah, I don’t. I remember a time when the idea of one $1T company was absurd. Then there was, like 5 all of a sudden; during a time of pure stimulus injection. Nonetheless, if it were 1980, people would be looking to GE & IBM to pull the market up by their bootstraps. Times change, markets move & maybe another -50% could happen. Less will soon be more & that’s when actual innovation occurs🍻
3 days ago
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Could be. If this were 1980. People would be looking to GE & IBM to pull the market out of it’s slump. Now look @ them. Markets move, things change 🍻
3 days ago
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I think AAPL is the modern day IBM. The "safest" tech play. IBM held up way better than the rest of tech in 2000-2002. AAPL will hold up way better than the rest of tech. But anywhere above 4-5x revenue on AAPL doesn't make sense. It went from 3x revenue to 8x revenue based on just multiple expansion.
4 days ago
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AAPL to $100-110 and TSLA to $300 are probably the 2 major downside targets I'd have for a recession as far as individual stocks go. Hard to buy that this bear market is anywhere near over as long as those two are trading at such frothy valuations. That's when you'll see a generational buying opportunity appear. Even IBM fell 50% during the tech bust.
4 days ago
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The same guy who said to sell Apple, hold Microsoft and buy IBM in 2016? lol His videos are just him plugging numbers into an excel equation and then editing them until the output is aligned with his personal perception.
4 days ago
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I bought HPE and IBM, about $10k each, late last year and they have held up admirably.
4 days ago
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They've got in first with something, but I just think IBM/ google will swallow it up. IBM is like the borg. Ionq's revenue is only 2 million. Cant see them being able to compete imo. Not even mentioned here [https://www.zdnet.com/article/eight-leading-quantum-computing-companies-in-2020/](https://www.zdnet.com/article/eight-leading-quantum-computing-companies-in-2020/)
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