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What did you buy? What might you buy??

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1xTiMeR wrote: HODL
Luckily it was just "some." Didn't think +15% on the day. The new MJ?
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MrMom wrote: Luckily it was just "some." Didn't think +15% on the day. The new MJ?
Me neither.

As a stock, there is hyper momentum in the crypto markets. BTC/ETH moving higher from a previous flagging on the daily.

As a business, printing money. Their current and future hash rate % growth YOY is a whole ton better than competition.

As a business in the current economic times, anything detrimental to cryptos which are few and far between. Politics takes forever.

I think we are on moving on from 2 to 3 on EW. Just HODL for now
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Eyeing up FB - thoughts on a price entry point?

I guess goal is to hold for long term 3+ years, probably doesn't matter when to enter?
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Lord have mercy BTC and all the miners today.

Mad fomo rushing in.
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Going heavy in ETH as the ETH ETF will probably be just around the corner after this.
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JimboD wrote: Eyeing up FB - thoughts on a price entry point?

I guess goal is to hold for long term 3+ years, probably doesn't matter when to enter?
Yes, answered your own question
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testdnakr wrote: Going heavy in ETH as the ETH ETF will probably be just around the corner after this.
I'm very deep in ETHH and ETHX.
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I remember looking at NET at $22 last year and thinking it was pricey. Love the company. Still waiting on a pullback.
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PaddyM77101 wrote: I remember looking at NET at $22 last year and thinking it was pricey. Love the company. Still waiting on a pullback.
Yep- my biggest regret of the year was not buying NET at IPO. Good chance for a 10bagger with it. Still managed to ride it up from $65 to $120.. also regret selling!
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MrMom wrote: @R8247 You should unfollow me immediately. I don't know sh*t about crypto. I know so little that I couldn't even tell you who you should follow in the crypto thread. OK, maybe @rodbarc. I have not looked at HIVE in months and may have looked at BITF once or twice ever, so no opinion.
MrMom wrote: $14.23 is the recent Sept 7 high. My Sell order is in above that.

Update: Filled at $14.38
Submitted a Sell order for the rest of my small holding of HUT near today's HOD. HUT could go parabolic next week. Should it, I'll just delete the symbol from my quote list. See-no-evil MonkeyHear-no-evil Monkey
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added some FTS
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MrMom wrote: Submitted a Sell order for the rest of my small holding of HUT near today's HOD. HUT could go parabolic next week. Should it, I'll just delete the symbol from my quote list. See-no-evil MonkeyHear-no-evil Monkey
If BTC holds up over the weekend and hits ATH. (Which is not a far stretch at all)

Hovering around $62,500 right now. Let's see what Asia does.

Absolutely it will go parabolic monday.

Yup delete now Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Tightly-closed EyesSmiling Face With Open Mouth And Tightly-closed EyesSmiling Face With Open Mouth And Tightly-closed Eyes
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Genuwine wrote: Call me crazy but I sold at $47.50. Generally speaking I ride some of my winners out to a certain target if im planning to hold medium term (in this case I was thinking it could hit $43-44 by year end) and im happy it exceeded expectations.I think the company will continue to do amazing but in the environment that we're in with investors getting panicked over every single little thing (ie: U.S Debt Ceilling, Inflation, Interest rates, Cost of Living increases, supply chain issues, etc..) I feel like the stock might get caught up in that non-sense and take a slight dip down.

My plan is to buy back in 3-4 weeks. Now if this ends up going to $55-60 by then, well i'll congratulate myself for screwing up.

Side note, im pretty sure there's some RBC analyst who downgraded ATZ from Strong Buy to Hold a couple days ago because they thought it ran ahead of itself. Now they'll have to go and really revisit their analysis.
I've always said it "nothing wrong with taking a profit". Good on you in taking that profit. Hopefully, you buy something good with some of that profit as a reward!
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jerryhung wrote: FML

Can't believe I got stopped out of HUT at $10 vs. now $14 to $15, ha ha ha

still holds GLXY but obviously that's going RED with every day Crypto is UP, jokes
GLXY should be $27+ last time BTC/ETH are this high


Even my COIN entries at $240 and $230 are good - sold at $270
I have a new theory on this GLXY puzzle

Much like IIPR is going to die a painful death in US MJ sector with the approval of SAFE banking, GLXY is going to die a slow painful death with the onslaught of the US BTC etfs

The timeline fits, the hedgies/shorts probably realized this about a week ago. So heavy short pressure is holding it down while big institutional money is already moving out

Retail is trying to 'buy the dip' and keep it afloat but it's not even a fair competition here -- evident in the price action all week

So I might not have this exactly right but I think it's a big part of it
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My portfolio made my stomach churn in early October, are now hitting all-time-highs.

To the moon!
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Maybe i should have bought more than a 100 shares of DND at 36 :(
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Sanyo wrote: LOL this is so 1999ish again
LOL AHAHHAHAAHHAAHHA
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