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Looking to start a position in T but not sure .. the damn thing keeps going down .. VZ has been holding alright for past few days although not sure if the bottom is in for the US Telecoms. Watching :rolleyes:
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darkcloud8282 wrote:
Jul 13th, 2017 1:54 pm
Sold NVDA.
I thought about getting in yesterday at 158 but decided not to. Too expensive, not sure how much more room it has atm.

Bought COST instead at 152
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DuDe1411 wrote:
Jul 13th, 2017 2:51 pm
AMD!
I think I still have an email-alert set at AMD=$5 from seemingly not too long ago.... sigh...
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greg123 wrote:
Jul 12th, 2017 10:05 pm
are you long on aim.to? what do you think the target price is before end of 2019?
I am long in my TFSA but don't know what the price will be heading into 2020. I have already posted in the aim thread that Aeroplan's problem is only domestic, they should easily gain access to SkyTeam through thier existing partnerships, they already have Asian connections in place. What is the plan for Domestic? No one has air Canada's footprint but do they NEED air Canada's footprint? Westjet has said they are not interested so what's next? If I'm Aimia I'm looking at retention, can I service 60%-70% of my flights with Porter? Porter has marketed themselves as a premium brand, so has Aeroplan... If Porter added 3 routes, Toronto to Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, does that put Aimia at 90-95% coverage for what customers have been purchasing for domestic flights? Would $700 million in purchasing power help Porter expand to those 3 routes? Who knows....

Aimia only problem right now is who will carry their domestic travel. I think if they do partner with Porter and Porter adds those 3 flights, air Canada is shooting themselves in the foot. A Premium branded Aeroplan/Porter might be an easier pull for the domestic business traveler than air canada's new plan, especially if that travler is already using an Aeroplan card.

But that is all speculation.
greg123 wrote:
Jul 12th, 2017 10:05 pm
how much would it take for you to sell?
From my TFSA position? I believe the consensus price is still north of $5.50 and there was an Morningstar report eariler in the week concluding that it is under value... I see value every in the company and would start looking for an exit around the $5.50 mark.

In my RRSP I am flipping for 5¢ to 10¢ daily gains in the price range it's in. I don't see anymore downside before the Q2 results as it's had as much bad news as there is to have. If I see a pattern of an open drop of <6¢ on low volume for the first 1.5 hours then I grab $40k worth of stock. Put in a sell order for that stock on a limit price of 10¢ above where I bought. Evaluate through out lunch on volume and if volume is building I'll leave my sell order, if volume is not then I lower my sell order depending on volume. It's strictly a day trade but it's worked for me 3 out of 3 times so far.
greg123 wrote:
Jul 12th, 2017 10:05 pm
do you forsee the price going back to pre-AC announcement if they can sign with a big airline?
No, I can't see a situation where that happens. They can't sign a big airline domesticly as that would be air Canada. They can triage and look to service as many of thier members as possible but honestly who are they gonna partner with to fly out of Remosky or Sault Ste Marie or Langley... Aeroplan is a Canadian brand, they have no issue with international partnerships, it's strictly domestic at this point. They can't get back to pre air Canada stock pricing without air Canada.

Just remember that Aimia the company has assets outside Aeroplan but Aeroplan has no branding outside Canada. It's an interesting trade one to look at.
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Bought UPS and added some BCE. After buying UPS I now have stocks in all the market sectors.
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Got some HD, sold FB; investment and trading accts
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Bought 40,000 AIM @ $1.65. I had the buy order in on Friday morning, watched it till lunch but then life happened and I forget it was there. Checked my account this morning to find that it had triggered. LOL

Sell order put in for $1.75 and will monitor till lunch. Will dial back if needed.

-= Lunch Edit =- No volume today.... Getting nervous that there hasn't been a start to the upside.
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Bought full position in Blue Apron Holdings Inc (NYSE:APRN) for intra-day trade as it's now impossible to borrow shares to short (there's none left) @ 6.6386 U

Sell on Stop set @ $6.80 to cap gain for the day

FIlled @ $6.80
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Added Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) to Watchlist for long-entry simply to buy a full position as close to it being added into S&P500 index as possible.
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bought SNAP, hoping for a quick run-up before earnings as I think it will be disappointed again
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Jeenyus1 wrote:
Jul 17th, 2017 10:13 am
Added Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) to Watchlist for long-entry simply to buy a full position as close to it being added into S&P500 index as possible.
What's your rational for TSLA being added to the S&P? Genuinely curious, it's not a stock I watch/follow.

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