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Meta Platforms Inc - Class A

$186.53

-$2.24
(-0.01%)
52 Week High:
$238.3
52 Week Low:
$88.09
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So, does this mean buy it or don’t not buy it? Confused as to what level of meta we’re on….
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Yesterday was a justifiable response to the rough ERs. META broke Thursday with their buyback. The overall uptrend for the month is unaffected. The intraday fade was only about the 6th biggest pull back YTD.
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[Not invested in Hood, but recently thought about a case for Robinhood to own the crypto space.](https://marsh-blinker-b3a.notion.site/Winter-is-Coming-Web2-Creates-it-s-on-L2-Finternet-3fb293915a5947f39179f93973453dad) tl;dr - Large web2 businesses are in an extremely unique position to completely take over crypto over the next decade. Robinhood or Meta will push first. A lot of this comes from starting with a layer 2 on Ethereum and attracting capital onto their layer with appropriate bridges. It's now quite cheap for them to do it, and they could start to own payments, then after move to other financial products just copying a lot of systems in the DeFi space. Robinhood alone has 10x more app users than all of Ethereum. Not even going to say how many users are on WhatsApp. I'm a crypto guy but genuinely believe the next leg up of big investments is actually betting in companies that will adopt crypto. Crypto is here but I doubt we'll see any more 10x runs ever again. The moonboy era is over and every new chain is just fighting for a saturated market share. It's time to rotate back into real businesses.
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This again is not true. And I don’t understand this sentiment. Companies can be hit with devastating news at anytime. People though meta, Tesla, Microsoft, amd, Nvidia were all reputable companies with good fundamentals and while they mostly are they lost an average of like 40 percent last year and the wheel would have fucked you right in your shit hole.
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I mean, there are always buyers and sellers for a reason, right? If anyone could see the future, then that person would have bought as many meta contracts as far out the money as possible and made 20, 30x overnight. No one ever knows. Not one soul. Ever. Except the pelosi crime family and various other associates. Did you know her father and his family ran crime in Baltimore for like 100 years? Crazy.
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The market overshot the value of the Buybacks by 2x. Efficiency and layoffs is just hype words to say we see our margins continue to compress and profitability to continue to slow. I will give it to META though, they probably have the lowest fixed costs to contend with so they are the most agile I would guess. AMZN much higher fixed costs. Still RIDICULOUS however. NOTE: Efficiency gains are not really occurring, it is just what they are supposed to say on the conference calls to keep investor confidence. Efficiency = firing people
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The market overshot the value of the Buybacks by 2x. Efficiency and layoffs is just hype words to say we see our margins continue to compress and profitability to continue to slow. I will give it to META though, they probably have the lowest fixed costs to contend with so they are the most agile I would guess. AMZN much higher fixed costs. Still RIDICULOUS however. NOTE: Efficiency gains are not really occurring, it is just what they are supposed to say on the conference calls to keep investor confidence. Efficiency = firing people
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Given recent China drama, the upcoming Tiktok hearings are going to be most interesting. A nationwide ban of the social media app would be a boon to META, GOOG, & SNAP.
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JPOW PRESSER - and how stupid this rally is Q: Financial conditions have loosened in Fall with bond yields falling, which has also brought down mortgage rates, stock market strong January gains. Does that make combating inflation harder and force additional rate hikes to offset the easing? A: Important that financial conditions continue to reflect the policy restraint we are putting in place, in order to bring inflation to 2%. And of course, financial conditions have tightened very significantly over the past year. I would say that our focus is not on short-term moves, but sustained changes to broader financial conditions. It is our judgement that we are not yet at a sufficient restrictive policy stance, which is why we say we expect ongoing hikes to be appropriate. Of course many things affect financial conditions, not just our policy. We will take into account overall financial conditions as well as many other factors as we set policy. 'AND OF COURSE, FINANCIAL CONDITIONS HAVE TIGHTENED VERY SIGNIFICANTLY OVER THE PAST YEAR' In context THIS WAS THE REASON FOR A 25% move up in META and flooding into non-profitable speculative tech? RIDICULOUS
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maybe, but china will retaliate and hurt us companies for sure maybe meta will be fine
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