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UiPath, Inc.

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52 Week High:
$48.68
52 Week Low:
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they're going to 5% and staying there for a while. The path from 5% CPI to 2% cpi wont be nearly as easy as the path from 9.1% to 5%. That path is going to cause a drop in earnings. Even if earnings only slowdown and dont outright decrease and we get 2023 earnings at 230 where current estimates are, then we're trading at 17.8x. Do you think it really makes sense to rally to say 4300? Why buy at these levels for any reason other than fomo? Fomo is a powerful force and I'm not saying it's not possible to do so but the fed is not on that side.
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Yeah I know. Still think 10s possible with the banking path AND q1 earnings go positive
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not sure if you are serious, but i highly recommend a different path
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ThErE iS a PaTh fOr SoFt laNdInG
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What's wrong with selling puts? I do it weekly, but I sell them far out of the money. Low return, but low risk. PATH, UPST, PYPL, and DKNG have been good to me the last few months.
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Everyone knew that was going to happen. 50 basis point hikes but a higher terminal rate isn't bullish. A narrower path to a soft landing due to higher rates for longer isn't bullish.
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Tesla is bleeding cash so they are fire-saling models. That’s not a path to profit. Tesla doesn’t have the production capacity to be the MacDonalds of anything and their quality is slipping lower and lower with every model. Tesla will be the Pinto of the 2020s
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It's just that any metric that shows unemployment increasing a tiny bit in the last month is a mixed signal that's at most going to cause a tiny spike for maybe an hour. Maybe they'll see higher unemployment as a sign that the fed will cement it's dovish attitude to loosen financial conditions or at least hold. If it's a good reading, they could go "well yeah, the fed is doing a soft landing and they're totally caressing the economy back into a solid growth path, if anything, they're getting rid of malinvestment while keeping the good parts of the economy and we're better for it". And on the other hand, you're going to have people that come to the exact opposite conclusions from both of those outcomes: "job and wage gains = fed hawkish" and "job losses = rapidly entering a recession". People already expect a fed pivot even though jobs days have not shown really much of any sign of a bad downturn thus far. We've seen anecdotes. We've seen layoffs in tech. We've seen problems in crypto world. But it's all outsized coverage to a very small portion of the job market as well as consumer demand. They're just stories.
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The reason why they're pushing the thesis of a recession is because it's true **only if Jpow continues to hike interest rates aggressively.** Why is there such an outcry from all these *professionals/experts?* It's because they have skin in the game, a vast majority of them, they are trading on margin or have multitude of properties/mortgages. And we all know for a fact that if you are borrowing with margin or mortgages for multitudes of properties, it's **variable rates**. And if both the cost of borrowing gets too high or asset prices depreciates too rapidly, they end up insolvent. So what do they do if they are on the path to insolvency? They play the last hail merry tactic in trying to coax the federal reserve heads with their **professional opinion that they've done enough pain** like they did to Arthur Burns and William Miller. We know how that ended, basically instead of a recession, the goal of these experts with skin in the game is to redirect the economy into higher inflation/stagflation. Yes, the real value of their assets depreciates, but they'd rather keep the music playing instead of facing the music. **TLDR:** Too much skin in the game, and will go insolvent if recession hits. They want federal reserve to stop being hawkish to save themselves and **let everyone suffer so that they don't end up behind a Wendy's garbage bin**
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This feels like a knee-jerk reaction and a failure of imagination. The Tesla semi might fail, I have no idea, and I think Elon is a pompous ~~tear~~ twat, but it has potential. Plenty of businesses will compete to be the place that truckers stop for an hour so will create parking for them and offer 10% off meals or a free charge with purchase of a coffee or whatever. Creative financing could let independent truckers charge less per mile while taking home more exploiting the advantage of not paying for gas. Fleet wide this could significantly save not just on gas, but potentially infrastructure. The truck could also be a power source. So off-the-beaten-path deliveries could have an hour or two of power to assemble something. Or they could assist with load management for small power plants/renewables. *if* they can move a load from point a to point b at competitive rates, infrastructure supporting them will become widely adopted.
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