Regretting options plays since '19

NFLX

Netflix Inc
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Tickers worth looking at today: $MSFT $NFLX $AMZN $MSFT: look for it to hold $215. I'm opening a position if it breaks $216 on high volume $NFLX: looks like they held up pretty well above $500, if it breaks $510 on high volume I'll hop on $AMZN: Consolidating, rising triangle emerging, hop on when it breaks $3,250 (again, on good volume)
about 5 hours ago
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Don't make investments based on this sub unless you finna lose moniez... not even to inverse the sub, cause that will be the time you should've inversed the inverse. Basically look at this sub to make sure your investment isn't mentioned anywhere, then you have a fighting chance. With that being said... AMD, RKT, MSFT, TSLA, JNUG, SLV, GLD, BA, BABA, SNAP, FB, AAPL, AAL, RCL, LMND, DIS, AMZN, NFLX, NOK, NKLA, PTON, ATVI, AZN, MRNA, NIO, ZM, WMT, SHOP!!
about 11 hours ago
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So much hate. No reason to have a chip on your shoulder. Let your returns speak for themselves. I decided to actively start managing my investments end of May. Prior to that I had all of my investments in a low cost S&P 500 Index at Vanguard which is one of my three benchmarks plus Dow and Nasdaq. I am up about 27.5% in 9 weeks. I am constantly refining my strategy and actively researching companies and current news. It is all about the time investment. I had a good foundation of understanding financials from my day job and Undergrad/MBA. If you are unwilling to invest the time then Index Funds are a good alternative. No one is getting rich on the passive Index funds. The other big issue is risk. How much are you willing to take for the rate of return you will get? Goal is max return with minimal risk. Many people don't have the discipline to invest/trade without it getting out of control. Rational decision making is critical. I am invested in AAPL, MSFT, FB, CRSP, AMZN, ADBE, NVDA, AMD as more long term bets. I also have invested in TSLA, CWH, SONO, ROKU, PTON, NFLX etc. You have reevaluate your positions and periodically sell investments. I have sold too early and stayed in too long multiple times. It isn't about always being right, just right more than wrong. Don't be afraid to harvest profit.
about 12 hours ago
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NFLX going great for me. I don't see it going below 490 again, and plenty of upside potential.
about 12 hours ago
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Just a friendly FOMO reminder On March 23 AMZN was $1900 TSLA was $424 SHOP was $375 NFLX was $360 AAPL was $224 NVDA was $212 SQ was $40
about 13 hours ago
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Did you post your loss? I had a pretty big one from NFLX earnings, betting hard on a ATH. I've been milking it with put condor and ITM call debit spreads to claw my way back.
about 16 hours ago
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This is a bullshit post and as a bullshit producer I know what I'm judging. When it comes to betting against the historical trend of the market, knowing when is more important than knowing how much. Put/call ratio for S&P 500 reaches 0.81 in mid Dec. 2016. What did S&P do? Rally for the next two years until we hit Jan 2018 losses (that then recovered same year). "Long dated puts" = pay more so you have longer to hope. No shit the tech market is too hot. Rebalance your portfolio (take gains) to adjust your risk. I think the biggest danger is assholes like me thinking about using RKT for a home equity loan to split between Dec NFLX $550C and RKT shares and Oct PRPL $35 calls.
about 18 hours ago
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NFLX calls. Time to push it back to ATH
about 18 hours ago
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Just a friendly FOMO reminder On March 23 AMZN was $1900 TSLA was $424 SHOP was $375 NFLX was $360 AAPL was $224 NVDA was $212 SQ was $40 Add to this list, probably missing some lol
about 18 hours ago
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TQQQ/AAPL/NVDA/FB/NFLX
about 19 hours ago
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