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So this is the basic idea. If you have trading experience and a good amount of money in your brokerage, usually you are allowed to take on “additional risk” by choosing to trade aggressively. You can trade on margin, which means you’re basically trading with the brokerages money as well. If the trade is going against you, you will get margin called, and they will ask you to deposit more funds to cover your losses. Another example would be selling a stock short. You bet against a stock and take a short position, and bet that the stock price will go down, but instead the company has a great earnings report and the stock price goes through the roof. Your potential for losses is “infinity”, because in theory a stock could just keep going up forever. In this case, if you don’t have the liquidity in your portfolio to buy the shares you sold short back, you will get another call for a deposit. An important thing to take note of is that in the case of short selling and a lot of trading strategies, you’re not investing - you’re gambling. Many people do have the money to cover these positions when they blow up in their face, but many over leverage themselves as well and don’t have the money. Yes, they would file bankruptcy if they owed the brokerage a lot of money and couldn’t pay. As far as your comment on “holding the bag” .. you know, many people are nearsighted. If you’re investing aggressively into shit companies that have a great idea but aren’t profitable yet, sure, there’s a good chance you get left “holding the bag.” But when we’re talking about blue chip stocks (NVDA, Apple, MSFT, etc.) a lot of people are always trying to find the top and bottom - but the reality is that if you are investing, you are putting your money into these companies because you want your money to be making money (dividends) and you’re not worried about the share price in the short term, because you believe in the company moving forward. You also have to understand that brokerages don’t want to lose money, so your account is likely at a clearance level where they would not let you over leverage yourself in a way that would dig you into a hole. You seem to have little knowledge on the stock market, which I’m not taking a dig at - at all. I think it’s great. But you are in a gambling sub. The best and safest thing you can do my friend is research opening a ROTH IRA and purchasing “index funds.” This is usually seen as the lowest risk, lowest reward in investing- but it’s better than owing the brokerage money.
I bought aapl at 105, Msft at 200 and nvda at 120 in the last 2.5 years. Am I the best investor to walk the earth?
The YTD heat map is just fuckin unreal. MSFT AAPL GOOGL AMZN up over 40% YTD. TSLA up 80%. NVDA and META up over 100% YTD. Those are basically carrying us Meanwhile almost every one of those companies are showing declining revenue growth QoQ and YoY PE ratios of most of them aren’t too wild so I don’t believe the current prices are that unwarranted (unless revenue falls substantially). Just don’t really see how we have much more upside without reinflating a bubble 🫧
MSFT moon time tomorrow 🚀
They sold chips that went into MSFT HoloLens. There was a military contract during covid that sent the stock soaring. Then MSFT laid off a lot of the people working on HoloLens. So.... bullish?
TQQQ 3m: +58.06% FNGU 3m: +125.5% FNGU is triple-leveraged AAPL / AMZN / AMD / NFLX / NVDA / TSLA / SNOW / GOOGL / META / MSFT Basically it’s TQQQ without the fat
Their growth potential relative to their price is actually garbage though. Growth doesn't exist in a vacuum. It matters how much you're paying for that growth in the long run. Their PEG ratios are horrendous. NVDA PEG 2.79x, APPL 2.4x, MSFT 2.98x, TSLA 2.91x.
Spite holding my MSFT $342.5 6/9 that are down 50% because Gill Bates
They’re pumping everything but MSFT ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)
How tf is MSFT red??? They own 49% of OpenAI
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