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Check out the millennials next door site. I joined Andre on his Flavor Podcast yesterday where we discussed stock ownership, crypto (just a little), and financial algorithms. http://tmndfinance.com/

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(LI), Li Auto, Inc.
(LI), Li Auto, Inc.
Li Auto, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and sells premium smart electric SUVs energy vehicle. It provides safe,...
-14.53%
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Closed

**POSITION UPDATE**
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(ET), Energy Transfer LP
(ET), Energy Transfer LP
Energy Transfer LP provides natural gas pipeline transportation and transmission services. Its projects include Marcu...
4.50%
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Buy
Energy Transfer LP (ET) Stock Jumps 7%: Will It Continue to Soar?

Energy Transfer LP (ET) saw its shares surge in the last session with trading volume being higher than average. The latest trend in earnings estimate revisions could translate into further price increase in the near term.

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(FAMI), Farmmi, Inc.
(FAMI), Farmmi, Inc.
Farmmi, Inc. supplies agricultural products. It focuses on processing and selling edible fungi, mainly Shiitake and M...
-16.57%
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Buy

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(GBTC), Grayscale Bitcoi...
(GBTC), Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (BTC)
Acts as Open-End Investment Fund/Unit Trust
-17.94%
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Closed

**POSITION UPDATE**

This is a pie chart of the stock market sectors and where most of my investments are being allocated. This just means I need to look into the following sectors as well: materials, industrials, utilities, healthcare, energy, and communication services. Any suggestions on what I need to buy?

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What type of investor are you?

Found this nice diagram on Value Investing from https://seekingalpha.com/article/4291643-why-value-investing-works

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Why Value Investing Works

The only way you will stick with something that is not working (temporarily) is by understanding what you are doing.

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(SPY), SPDR S&P 500 ETF...
(SPY), SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust is an Exchange traded fund. The fund seeks to provide investment results that, before expenses...
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(LI), Li Auto, Inc.
(LI), Li Auto, Inc.
Li Auto, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and sells premium smart electric SUVs energy vehicle. It provides safe,...
5 Ultra-Popular Growth Stocks With 28% to 56% Upside, According to Wall Street | The Motley Fool

Investors can't seem to get enough of these fast-paced companies.

Biden’s first 100 days mark best such stretch for S&P 500, Dow since FDR

The S&P 500 index and Dow Jones Industrial Average roared higher over President Joe Biden's first 100 days in office, outmatched in the same stretch only in...

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Looks like EVs are on the rise again. This time last year, some EVs were around $2-$6 a share and climbed as high as $60+ last year.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.fool.com/amp/investing/2021/04/26/why-nio-nikola-and-arrival-stocks-jumped-monday/

Why NIO, Nikola, and Arrival Stocks Jumped Monday | The Motley Fool

These electric vehicle companies have all shown recent progress toward their ultimate goals.

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(NOK), Nokia Oyj
(NOK), Nokia Oyj
Nokia Oyj engages in the provision of network infrastructure, technology, and software services. It operates through ...
-27.48%
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Closed

Trying to get this portfolio (We have opinions) back on track; my experiment with meme stonks has not produced good results so we're going to close some positions, rebalance, and take positions in more reliable symbols. Let's see if I can get back into the green before Memorial Day.

**POSITION UPDATE**

The market valuation and expectations are high. Anything less than blow out great news is met with OMG reactions. Add to that margin debt (i.e. borrowed money to buy stock) is very high, flows into leveraged ETF "bullish" funds are at all time highs and corporate insiders are not participating in the buying. Thus volatility, but I'm more concerned about a chain reaction where stocks go into forced liquidation and the snow ball rolls down the hill (and quickly). The larger question is "when" and not necessarily "if". The 'when' point is unknown and again, my concern is we won't have much time to protect ourselves. In the mean time, the march higher continues. Of note is an interesting statistic: Roughly 80% of the stocks in the S&P 500 (large cap) are above their 50 day moving average (i.e. appear to be going higher). Only 40% on the stocks in the Russell 2000 (small cap) are above their 50 day average, and 30% of those in the broad NASDAQ Composite index are above. Perhaps signs of narrowing participation; generally not a positive indicator. (more text on www.special-risk.net)

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(UXIN), Uxin Ltd.
(UXIN), Uxin Ltd.
Uxin Ltd. operates an online used car transaction services platform. It offers used car online auction, online retail...
27.86%
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Buy

Posted a while ago when stock was $1.65, which it was at or below for a few months. With the recent partnership announcement between UXIN and JD.com, stock has increased to $2.15. Not much, but it’s a start.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/finance.yahoo.com/amphtml/news/uxin-enters-strategic-partnership-jd-122800752.html

Uxin Enters into Strategic Partnership with JD.com

BEIJING, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Uxin Limited (“Uxin” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: UXIN), a leading nationwide online used car dealer in China, today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with JD.com to launch a self-operated online store for used car transactions through JD’s platform. The two companies will work together to provide...

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(VIAC), ViacomCBS, Inc.
(VIAC), ViacomCBS, Inc.
ViacomCBS, Inc. operates as a mass media company, which creates and distributes content across a variety of platforms...
-5.73%
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Buy

One of the most difficult and intimidating tasks for any trader or investor is to try and determine when a particular stock has bottomed or reaches a point where it no longer decreases significantly.

In light of previously events, I sensed buyers are reentering the market. (ViacomCBS, Discovery plunge due in part to forced liquidation of Archegos Capital positions ) <--Google that titled for more information

I preferably purchased Class A shares, instead of Class B, because Class A shares have voting rights. Due to the significant price decrease, I foresee retail/institutional investors accumulating shares as a pure arbitrage play, and I am expecting other companies to stake a position in efforts to launch a potential hostile takeover at a later date.

Comment below thoughts, opinions, or disagreements!

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