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11-01-2021, 21:43   #166
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like an idiot i sold my $63 january 15th Put at the close having bought earlier in the day

gain of a few quid , volume was so high today , i thought it would keep going up but the note offering announced after the close means we probably touch $55 by Wednesday
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11-01-2021, 21:53   #167
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I bought 10 shares. So they be going down in the coming weeks?

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like an idiot i sold my $63 january 15th Put at the close having bought earlier in the day

gain of a few quid , volume was so high today , i thought it would keep going up but the note offering announced after the close means we probably touch $55 by Wednesday
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11-01-2021, 22:08   #168
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I bought 10 shares. So they be going down in the coming weeks?
ten shares is nothing
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11-01-2021, 23:45   #169
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ten shares is nothing
Depends on who you are speaking with, maybe consider other peoples circumstances, besides you own
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Depends on the individual's finances to be fair. But they will go down a little and bounce back up. Same as they did the last time. Stocks go in both directions it's the name of the game, especially with growth stocks.
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Depends on who you are speaking with, maybe consider other peoples circumstances, besides you own
One of the 18yr olds who I'm coaching in the running club dumped half his life savings into 43 NIO shares back in August for 16$ each as a long term investment, he's off to a very nice start there lol.
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One of the 18yr olds who I'm coaching in the running club dumped half his life savings into 43 NIO shares back in August for 16$ each as a long term investment, he's off to a very nice start there lol.
Better investment than the state savings bonds I wasted my time with haha, but you live and learn.
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Better investment than the state savings bonds I wasted my time with haha, but you live and learn.
The amount of people I know whos investment career consisted of buying eircom shares, and they haven't been back since because the whole experience was so bad lol.
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The amount of people I know whos investment career consisted of buying eircom shares, and they haven't been back since because the whole experience was so bad lol.
Got in NIO @16.30 out @ $62.23
Dumped it all in CCIV @ 16.25. Fingers crossed
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Best of luck with that, I assume your betting on the possible deal with Lucid.

How come you didn't keep any NIO, even a small holding, if you don't mind me asking?
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Best of luck with that, I assume your betting on the possible deal with Lucid.

How come you didn't keep any NIO, even a small holding, if you don't mind me asking?

Really just decided I was happy with the returns I made and put most of it into CCIV and the rest into CYIO.
Thought I could make better short term gains in theses. I got into CYIO @ 0.06 so I’m happy so far.
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This stock is perfect picture of a bubble.
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This stock is perfect picture of a bubble.
Care to explain, and support that one please?

Is always good to have the positives, and the negatives / challenges, in the discussion.

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Really just decided I was happy with the returns I made and put most of it into CCIV and the rest into CYIO.
Thought I could make better short term gains in theses. I got into CYIO @ 0.06 so I’m happy so far.
Jesus some pick you more than doubled your money Ina few days where did you come across them and why did you invest in them ?(cyio)
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