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Old 10-05-2020, 01:29 PM   #361
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29 days to E Day. Just went 100% cash on a good day. Hope my resolve holds up. It will be difficult to not trade for a month.
The market will move dramatically on November 5th. Don't know which way, but cash is my hedge.

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I am not stock smart LOL but I got lucky when COVID hit. I have a workplace sponsored 401k through Capital group / American funds so I pulled all my money after I lost a few thousand and put it in what I thought was a safe spot (bonds) sat there for literally a week or so as the market was plummeting and I thought to myself what if the market as a whole dropped just as much and what if I were to take my whole account and put it in the high risk fund thinking I would be effectively buying low. Well fast forward 7 months or so and my money has more than doubled I just have a dilemma now with the election coming what do I do
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PLL
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For a start..
This morning I watched PLL when I saw it the stock price was +- $28.
Thought about buying then but to my avail I am not familiar with this company.
After some research before I knew better the stock price was up nearly $7 per share.
Eventually to end the day up $8.55per share to $34.66 and then some after hours.
Thank you for bringing this one to our attention.
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Old 10-05-2020, 04:43 PM   #364
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This morning I watched PLL when I saw it the stock price was +- $28.

Thought about buying then but to my avail I am not familiar with this company.

After some research before I knew better the stock price was up nearly $7 per share.

Eventually to end the day up $8.55per share to $34.66 and then some after hours.

Thank you for bringing this one to our attention.
I bought at 7 in June and sold at 51 last week.

I'll buy back in when it settles out in a week or two.

It'll be 100 plus a share next year if this deal with tesla keeps up.

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Grrrr.... going so good today till the tweet and the bottom falls out. Need to keep Twitter on auto refresh with POTUS so I know when to sell, lol!
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Got a bit of a buying opportunity today.
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Old 10-06-2020, 05:59 PM   #367
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Given tonight's news from DC, I wonder how the market will react tomorrow. Hmmm.
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Given tonight's news from DC, I wonder how the market will react tomorrow. Hmmm.
I'm hoping it's a buyers day

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Yep. But futures are basically flat.
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How quickly things can change. Futures are up, stimulus package is back on the burner getting hot.
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For a mutual fund to look at, FAGNX from Fidelity. It’s an energy fund that is priced right.
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For a mutual fund to look at, FAGNX from Fidelity. It’s an energy fund that is priced right.
Not a big fan of energy. I have FSELX Fidelity Semiconductors (up about 200%), FOCPX Fidelity OTC Portfolio (up about 125%), and FCNTX Fidelity Contrafund (up about 115%). I like tech.
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I have FOCPX along with 2 others as well. It's been a great ride. Energy stocks will go back up as the economy turns. Buy low, sell high. I don't see them going any lower.
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I have FOCPX along with 2 others as well. It's been a great ride. Energy stocks will go back up as the economy turns. Buy low, sell high. I don't see them going any lower.
Traditional energy companies could be in for a shock next month. Not sure what their picture is long term. Short term might be OK. In the past I had some oil field limited partnerships that did well but moved on to biotech and tech.
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I would seriously consider long term investments on "green power", given how things are playing out politically.

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QUESTION:

If you just sold your home and were sitting on $450k in cash, WWYD?
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If you just sold your home and were sitting on $450k in cash, WWYD?
I moved my IRA to all cash. I wouldn't go into equities until after the election, but when things settle out, there could be some golden opportunities in stocks. Real estate is possibly heading for the next bursting bubble, if interest rates spike. So much is dependent on the election outcome, I would sit tight and go money market safe. Best of luck. At least you have first world problems!
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I moved my IRA to all cash. I wouldn't go into equities until after the election, but when things settle out, there could be some golden opportunities in stocks. Real estate is possibly heading for the next bursting bubble, if interest rates spike. So much is dependent on the election outcome, I would sit tight and go money market safe. Best of luck. At least you have first world problems!
Thanks. I wanted to sell before the election and thought we are at the top of the market as far as the house goes. I see this COVID thing is gonna create a foreclosure issue slowly, but surely, which will increase inventory and lower pricing. Bricks and lazers are gonna turn to bullets when DJT is re-elected. I wanted the freedom to sit back and watch the fireworks whichever direction they come from.

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If you just sold your home and were sitting on $450k in cash, WWYD?
I would convert assets to cash, fake my death, get a PO Box in Nevada, live in a Class A RV. All my outside connections would be thru the PO Box.
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I would convert assets to cash, fake my death, get a PO Box in Nevada, live in a Class A RV. All my outside connections would be thru the PO Box.
There's always Costa Rica. You could be neighbors with crabbait.
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I would convert assets to cash, fake my death, get a PO Box in Nevada, live in a Class A RV. All my outside connections would be thru the PO Box.
One of those decommissioned Atlas rocket silos would be really cool to live in.
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There's always Costa Rica. You could be neighbors with crabbait.
DB, you probably know these things from experience, eh?
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If you just sold your home and were sitting on $450k in cash, WWYD?
Find a good financial advisor.
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Find a good financial advisor.
Sorry, but have to disagree. Financial advisers, including those from one well know firm, find that their clients are best served by buying their products. A lot love to put clients into whole life policies and call that an 'investment'. It isn't. The rest trot out age based formulas for a mix of fixed income (bonds) and blue chip dividend paying common and preferred stocks circa 1984.

I suspect there might be a 'good' financial adviser out there somewhere with their client's situation their priority, but haven't seen or heard of one. Don't even know how a person would even go about finding one like that. If you find one that will accept a small percentage of the return they generate for their commission - maybe - just maybe - they would be worth a try.
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What else you got, DGB?
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What else you got, DGB?
A back ache. You?
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smallish bills and a king size Certa.
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Circulated bills are softer. Do you save the banded 100’s for back support?


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Same...
I'd buy some income property if you can find it..

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I'd buy some income property if you can find it..

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Actually, commercial income property (not residential) might be a buyer's market.
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Actually, commercial income property (not residential) might be a buyer's market.
Yes but the buy in is much higher and risk now is higher, blue chips like fast food pads etc are selling at a 5 cap, not worth it. Tenant pads are still at an 7 or 8 but not worth it.

I'm doing one right now at 9 cap unloaded and 8 after expenses..

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Actually, commercial income property (not residential) might be a buyer's market.
Maybe, but two big negatives with commercial. 1. Covid 2. internet buying.
Way too many businesses going under. Lots of vacancies.

But if you can get in to a property that has good tenants, long term leases, triple nets, and all terms to your liking, then yes, a commercial income property could be a good investment.

Another factor yet to be determined is demand/needs. With issues 1 and 2 still undetermined, how much commercial property will be needed? Some businesses are finding they can do fine without large buildings. Employees can work at home. Zoom type online meetings. Restaurants are a good example, especially those that have drive thrus. So the dynamics of commercial structures is in a change mode. The conclusions have not been defined. Buy, Hold, Sell, or Wait. This is a wait.

Having said this, if you have never owned any kind of income property, I would strongly discourage a rookie from jumping in. Whole lot of alligators in that swamp.
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Maybe, but two big negatives with commercial. 1. Covid 2. internet buying.

Way too many businesses going under. Lots of vacancies.



But if you can get in to a property that has good tenants, long term leases, triple nets, and all terms to your liking, then yes, a commercial income property could be a good investment.



Another factor yet to be determined is demand/needs. With issues 1 and 2 still undetermined, how much commercial property will be needed? Some businesses are finding they can do fine without large buildings. Employees can work at home. Zoom type online meetings. Restaurants are a good example, especially those that have drive thrus. So the dynamics of commercial structures is in a change mode. The conclusions have not been defined. Buy, Hold, Sell, or Wait. This is a wait.



Having said this, if you have never owned any kind of income property, I would strongly discourage a rookie from jumping in. Whole lot of alligators in that swamp.
If you want a great property with good tenants etc, the cap rate will be a crusher.



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