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    Spoiler: Trading notes for next trading week
    Possible day trade only (not predicted to go up yet and may only go down)
    MNGA - MagneGas Corporation (should go up long term though day trading is probably advised with max out at $6) (note: Highly speculative and the forecast sometimes show absurd trends or zero growth.)

    Long:
    TQQQ (should bottom at $65 and rise x2)
    FTNT (going up from $85 dip now and tops at $120 with potential to 180 longer)
    DIS is in a dip
    IRBT is in a dip and will go up

    Watch:
    TXN (bottoms at $98 – tops out 130)
    GRUB may dip and then rise quickly (long term may be over $200)

    ETFs: (May show growth though I would be hesitant to do put it here)
    NUGT
    FNGD

    After it crashes (goes down):
    BIDU
    BABA

    Avoid?
    CLDR (next oracle?) Probably on decline with other competitors.
    EARS (Auris Medical Holding AG) (overvalued)
    VTVT (OVERVALUED)
    PTIE (biotech which may not catch on)
    HMNY May go down though has huge potential for cheap (at .02) EDIT: This was likely delisted (anything sub-$1 for a period of a month is give notice of pending delisting from the stock market.)



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    https://stockfetcher.com/
    https://stockcharts.com/public
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    - Investor buys the business [based on its price/value], speculator buys the stock [based on an absurd believe that he can foresee where the stock price will go].
    - The best way to earn adequate return without any trouble whatsoever is to invest into cheap (low maintenance cost) indexes; use dollar averaging (buy every month instead of once at a random point of time) for smoothing the luck involved.
    - For enterprising investor (willing to spend much more time), look for a diversified list of bargain issues (at least 30 issues, business values (i.e. net current asset and other related metrics) is below market cap)
    - During the bubble, hot industries and companies are getting overpriced. That could only be financed from somewhere. Partially that money are coming from well established old economy companies that lose the appeal. Thus, invest in such old economy companies while bubble grows, as soon as the bubble burst - undervalued companies would rise back.
    - Don't ever buy IPOs! (See chapter for compelling arguments)
    - Don't consider companies that do not pay dividends. Dividends - money firm pays you for providing capital, they belong to you. They cut a piece for reinvestment - payout ratio. If firm doesn't pay dividends - invest all into growth so you could profit later - that's a speculation. Moreover stock price would be more volatile because it should now rely on future rather than current prospects.
    - When gambling - bet on a single chip to maximize the payoff (roulette $1 to $35 payoff at 1/37 chance). When investing - diversify: each investment must have a margin of safety, the more diversified portfolio - the less likely that all will fail. You are a roulette house now who earns with each turn of the wheel.



    Edit: Gern has huge potential and AMRN should potentially go up tremendously (Both companies have %100 ownership of a breakthrough drug in cancer and heart treatment supplement.)

    The stock market went down though people still are convinced it hasn't "crashed." The top billionaires right now have lost a lot by leaving it in the stock market except for Warren Buffett whom seemed prepared from the last crash (when he was speculating into oil put options.)
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    If anyone wants to understand call/put options trading, this video isn't bad.

    It helps to also be aware of accounting/corruption within business, and how it relates to many of these stocks that are trading still.

    The stocks that appear to only go up right now:
    OMER
    SNDX (is highly volatile so you would need to sell it as soon as it rises again, and then return to it when it falls at the dip in trend.)

    CLDC shows buyout offering with potential to go from $1 to $5-7

    MNGA (which strangely showed a huge boost right before the day ended and shows wild fluctuations in premarket trading. . .) and GERN are considered "potentially" undervalued; they may have huge progress in a new cancer drug or a specialty underwater soldering gas supply that is hard to come by and thus rather exclusive; though in both cases either a major backer backs away from the drug and threw a bunch of money in their direction prior to leaving them to do their own thing, or what appears to be making progress may not address the lingering debt that remains in their portfolio.

    When it comes to call and put options I'm not sure I would mess with it yet, though this is the "secret" that investors use to make money.

    And no I wouldn't be paying that guy (in the hyperlinked video at the top) money to show "where he comes in."

    One way of understanding 'Penny Stock' (anything below $10, though usually it refers to things below $1 which are more volatile or have a hard time "catching on" in the market.)

    Magnegas (is basically a company focused on renewable gasses though markets itself as a patented underwater welding technology) could be a huge stock potentially and may just take some time to catch on.


    It's important to study up on phases in medical study and the funding behind it, or in the situation with Magnegas observe which progress exists in their key focus technology (in this situation only the welding aspect is being recognized. The renewable technology isn't even it's main focus.) It might be better just selling and moving to a different stock, or otherwise holding onto a cheap buy in that people don't want to be around to see results on.

    When further looking back on the stock it was extremely high (which is not uncommon; sometimes stocks will be high because the shares are small in number--float--and I've seen some absurd billion dollar stocks that routinely go into penny stock territory when they get diluted.



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    I didn't want to create a new post just for this video. Also in regards to the stock exchange, I would wait until things become more stable (things are affected and people are starting to create a more unstable stock trading environment.) Sometimes optimism for low stocks, tend to overlook the reason people actually "jumped ship."




    I've been looking for some good documentaries on the Hittites.
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    They are kind of full of it. Not that I didn't enjoy the video and both input on the subject matter; and not that I don't believe people don't have a choice in life: The 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' example, assumed that they had the capital to create a business that wasn't already generating cashflow. The Rich dad would tell their kid to create a business that ultimately relied upon "poor dad's" child, and expected him to be educated/"qualified" and ultimately compliant to generating "value" for themself. The value is an opportunistic way of giving people options that were otherwise not available/affordable. His entire FBA dropshipping business and real estate business, generating cashflow along with his stock investment portfolio paying dividends or generating higher value, are basically an example of someone that would rely upon others to produce the products that ship from China to then be sold on Amazon. The value is not in the business but the people that are being taken advantage of or utilized in ways that minimizes their chances of having their own business capital developed, just as much as a rental property is expecting a return on the building structure to accumulate more money while also being paid off by the person renting it, while it's attached to his name of ownership. Their very idea of that multi-million dollar yacht sitting on the lake being started by a car dealership owner/Manager whom fired the lowest performing sales person, is just an example of the kinds of self-aggrandizing ego that ultimately comprises the greed mentality and entitlement. People that invest in the stock market need to have a stable situation that allows them to keep money floating in a business that may or may not reach profitability for years at a time, and often with the possibility of losing money if it doesn't pan out. Often the nature of a market is whatever people ascribe to it's value, even if the underlying product is just repackaging something of inferior quality at a much higher price point.

    Some of my stock trading notes and trend observations
    Spoiler: Notes
    ACRX Should go huge, from everything I'm reading (good chance though not certain 200->+800m market cap)
    AMRN (at $20) may go up (to $30) and owns share of ACRX
    $CRMD (Strong buy!)
    QTM is upward
    YGYI strong pot stock (HYPE? High value huge gains though spam ads?)
    https://www.profitconfidential.com/s...-stock-higher/
    $PEIX $GEVO
    SQ should go up.

    I'm trying to discover trends and patterns:
    $ARNA (40->long 50)
    $VKTX (14->long20+)
    $ARWR (Will return to $20+ and shows huge potential)
    $CPRX (3.10->3.50-3.70)
    $AVEO (2.50-> 2.75)
    $GALT (4.70->5.20)
    $LJPC (18->30 long) (Oct 25 financial statement)
    $TOCA (wait for drop)
    $ONCS (low 1.20-1.30->1.70)
    $IMGN (may still go down)
    $BGNE (Wait for resistance at $120) Risky?
    $CRON (8->9.50-10)
    $EARS (.30-50->.70-$1)
    $IBN (8-8.40)
    $IGC (4.40->5)
    $NBEV (5.50-6.15)
    $ESIO (15.25->15.70)
    $SRNE (3.40->3.60+)
    $ACRX (2.70-3.90)
    $CRON (8.72->9.50)
    $IGC (4.50->5)
    $ACBFF (should fall back to 10 and continue rising .50-$1 changes)
    WGO (30->40)

    investorshangout.com Trending
    TNK SYN NIO EBR CIG BIOAQ HMY PYX KODK SNGX NAT NKE SCS BP XOM BICS EVRI GNC
    CRMD LODE OGEN ROX CPHI IGC RVM DPW ELMD CEI CRC HUSA GBR NBY AMPE NAVB CVM NAK ISR XXII AWX TIS CMT YUMA NNVC IHT PBA GSAT

    https://twitter.com/kylewdennis?lang=en&lang=en
    https://twitter.com/JasonBondPicks
    https://www.instagram.com/sauceytrades/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/92376215613/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1565774146881725
    https://stocktwits.com/symbol/STOCK
    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/STOCK/community/
    https://ragingbull.com/tag/jeff-bishop/
    https://www.facebook.com/learntotradestocks


    Example of huge return and how to approach it (Trending news of pro-ethanol)
    https://www.jasonbondpicks.com/blog-...-68-in-1-hour/
    PEIX and GEVO (whichever is higher for the previous trading day)
    https://www.equityfeed.com/ (possible to consider top trending pattern that will continue to go up)


    I'm noticing that a lot of trends should be produced; sometimes a news report such as Trump pro-Ethanol will be reported over the weekend, and people start dumping money into stock such as PEIX or GEVO (you want to pick the stock that is trending the highest and showing continuation into the next trading period, which would be Tuesday) considering that some stocks might show uncertainty and a dip at the beginning of Monday, or when a stock is not always apparent as to the condition of the company (which I am learning to do more due diligence with such companies such as MNGA whom have lied to investors and is an inept shell company) you would try to ensure the interest will continue. With huge spikes they often dip and then you rebuy. With stock traders like Jason Bond he puts in large sums and generates a single day trade stock. It's good to think outside of message boards and simply follow your gut on new stocks people aren't talking about, though which have a general ambiguity as to the nature of the product or industry (pot stock is ambiguous in that it shows interest in multiple markets.)



    Watch TISI (may rise to 23 though wait for dip?)
    (not sure) Sell AGRX (research Twirla contraceptive patch update->BAD? CORI is also working with them; update: CORI went private and was bought out with money due to investors, and Twirla does not look promising) MNGA (not to be trusted and inept shell company) once green
    GERN should show promise eventually.
    (Rumored) Takeover Stocks: BlackBerry (BB) Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF.A, LGF.B)


    Some of the stuff below was what I was considering in anticipation of a dip in tech, which no doubt everyone noticed about a week ago.
    Dow goes down; TVIX goes up! (and SDOW?)
    When DOW is good DIA
    Tech down; FNGD goes up! (though not for long. . .)


    Long:
    GERN! (Unsure though people are adamant it will turn out favorable) December will release more outlook on Imetelstat with potential wait until mid-2020 https://seekingalpha.com/article/420...sion-hold-fold

    AMRN will go up still
    TQQQ (should bottom at $65 and rise x2)
    FTNT (going up from $85 dip now and tops at $120 with potential to 180 longer)
    DIS is in a dip
    IRBT is in a dip and will go up

    Watch:
    TXN (bottoms at $98 – tops out 130)
    GRUB may dip and then rise quickly (long term may be over $200)

    ETFs: (Note: I would not recommend getting into ETF, and in fact most investors avoid it unless they are purely jumping from one trend to the next and alternating between different ETF. Unless you are a monkey I would not recommend it.)
    NUGT
    FNGD

    After it dips:
    BIDU
    BABA

    Sell in green: AGRX ($1+) ALT (has huge fluctuations possible $6-26) OGEN ($2.40+ though check potential)

    Avoid? (or can’t buy)
    HMNY May go down though has huge potential for cheap (at .02)
    CLDR (next oracle?) Probably on decline with other competitors.
    EARS (Auris Medical Holding AG) (overvalued)
    VTVT (OVERVALUED)
    PTIE (biotech which may not catch on)



    https://finviz.com/
    https://stockfetcher.com/
    https://stockcharts.com/public
    https://Trade-Ideas.com robot
    https://research.investors.com
    https://thefly.com/index.php
    https://finbox.io/AGRX/explorer/days...ry_outstanding



    Investing notes (from an amazon book review I copied info from; I forget which book it was)

    - Investor buys the business [based on its price/value], speculator buys the stock [based on an absurd believe that he can foresee where the stock price will go].
    - The best way to earn adequate return without any trouble whatsoever is to invest into cheap (low maintenance cost) indexes; use dollar averaging (buy every month instead of once at a random point of time) for smoothing the luck involved.
    - For enterprising investor (willing to spend much more time), look for a diversified list of bargain issues (at least 30 issues, business values (i.e. net current asset and other related metrics) is below market cap)
    - During the bubble, hot industries and companies are getting overpriced. That could only be financed from somewhere. Partially that money are coming from well established old economy companies that lose the appeal. Thus, invest in such old economy companies while bubble grows, as soon as the bubble burst - undervalued companies would rise back.
    - Don't ever buy IPOs! (See chapter for compelling arguments)
    - Don't consider companies that do not pay dividends. Dividends - money firm pays you for providing capital, they belong to you. They cut a piece for reinvestment - payout ratio. If firm doesn't pay dividends - invest all into growth so you could profit later - that's a speculation. Moreover stock price would be more volatile because it should now rely on future rather than current prospects.
    - When gambling - bet on a single chip to maximize the payoff (roulette $1 to $35 payoff at 1/37 chance). When investing - diversify: each investment must have a margin of safety, the more diversified portfolio - the less likely that all will fail. You are a roulette house now who earns with each turn of the wheel.


    It's good to check out a Biotech newsletter
    Investing in Biotech: The 3 Phases of Clinical Trials
    https://finbox.io/
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    Currently watching an investor's presentation with a lot of science explained intelligently; (ARWR) Arrowhead Pharmaceutical video requires creating a profile though it has been worth it (though about 2 hrs and 40 min.)
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