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Plug Power Inc
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Plug and ET gonna boom!
about 1 hour ago
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$PLUG has paid their penance and should be back on the rise. $CHPT is another one to watch.
about 2 hours ago
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$PLUG has paid their penance and should be back on the rise. $CHPT is another one to watch.
about 2 hours ago
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Puts on Tesla in the morning? What about other EV stocks? Looking to get puts in FSR, PLUG, NKLA, WKHS. Thoughts?
about 2 hours ago
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Nikola Tesla invented AC power by inserting a butt plug into his ass at high frequencies. The end result of his experiments is Tesla
about 3 hours ago
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So this is what’s risky about riot and Mara puts , yea they where are correlated with “boot coin” when one went up they both did but now Mara and riot are correlated with the high evaluation and tech so they may skyrocket with the nio plug ect. Tell me your thoughts boys
about 5 hours ago
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So this is what’s risky about riot and Mara puts , yea they where are correlated with “boot coin” when one went up they both did but now Mara and riot are correlated with the high evaluation and tech so they may skyrocket with the nio plug ect. Tell me your thoughts boys
about 5 hours ago
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46 tiny batteries for a heater is odd I feel like a newer unit would use something rechargeable if it was plug less like I think Milwaukee has one that works with all of there electric batteries
about 22 hours ago
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More details. Plug in stand alone unit?
about 22 hours ago
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You could argue that we're not. Depending on where you measure from, we either had a normal year, or an insane year, and people use the latter to argue bubble. Historically, when the S&P doesn't crash, it gains anywhere from 15-35% each year. The crashes help to bring average returns down to 10%. If you try to compare where we are now, to the dotcom bubble, Nasdaq 100 had a P/E ratio of 200 in 1999. In comparison, the P/E ratio is about 38. When you see a lot of shit tier companies within the Nasdaq 100 (More than just Tesla, I'm talking Plug Power in there), that's when you can safely call bubble.
1 day ago
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