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    Quote Originally Posted by SeededLoaf View Post
    Looks like the Fed's been busy this week buying the indexes. Funny how the S&P keeps bouncing off the 2800 line.

    No hope of a crash then. Goody.
    Must be, just look at the US stock market, which is tech company heavy.

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    Alibaba looks interesting, has a much lower valuation than Amazon but is expanding rapidly in cloud services, especially with China growing strongly out of the pandemic recession.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
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    Could be interesting, especially if inflation picks up.
    We're entering a period of deflation, not inflation. No one knows how long the deflation will last though.

    There is a lot of money to be made during this period, but also a lot to lose ...... we need Scooty to draw us a graph of the winners and losers
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Alibaba looks interesting, has a much lower valuation than Amazon but is expanding rapidly in cloud services, especially with China growing strongly out of the pandemic recession.
    I would still not tauch anything for now. Maybe selling but there is still some irrationality.
    I don’t think covid has been fully factored in or the reality of a recession. Just wishful thinking and false naratives.

    Once we see a 2-3% drop a day followed by another of decline, I would start puttin selling orders in.
    Or less than positive news about second wave of covid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GigiBronz View Post
    I would still not tauch anything for now. Maybe selling but there is still some irrationality.
    I don’t think covid has been fully factored in or the reality of a recession. Just wishful thinking and false naratives.

    Once we see a 2-3% drop a day followed by another of decline, I would start puttin selling orders in.
    Or less than positive news about second wave of covid.
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    Clever accounting? Nobody knows, apart from some clever accountants, what happens in the books of any large company.
    Maybe a false narative to get the numpties to buy in then wipe them out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GigiBronz View Post
    Clever accounting? Nobody knows, apart from some clever accountants, what happens in the books of any large company.
    Maybe a false narative to get the numpties to buy in then wipe them out?
    Yes, it's all a false flag contrarian position masterminded by their resident forensic accountant, scootie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GigiBronz View Post
    Clever accounting? Nobody knows, apart from some clever accountants, what happens in the books of any large company.
    Maybe a false narative to get the numpties to buy in then wipe them out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GigiBronz View Post
    Clever accounting? Nobody knows, apart from some clever accountants, what happens in the books of any large company.
    Maybe a false narative to get the numpties to buy in then wipe them out?
    Yup, us accountants are clever But we're not allowed to give a false narrative, that would be highly unethical and fraudulent.

    Remember, some companies/industries will perform better than normal under these circumstances, others will do much worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GigiBronz View Post
    I would still not tauch anything for now. Maybe selling but there is still some irrationality.
    I don’t think covid has been fully factored in or the reality of a recession. Just wishful thinking and false naratives.

    Once we see a 2-3% drop a day followed by another of decline, I would start puttin selling orders in.
    Or less than positive news about second wave of covid.
    So to be clear, your advice is to crystallise losses now, and don't buy. Wait until the market rises and buy with less buying power?

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