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28-09-2020, 14:22   #4936
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I am still holding some INO for the long term, the panic selling is hilarious
I see another Electric Truck company will be appearing on the scene today - https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/10/a-ne...he-market.html
Big push premarket on the SHLL stocks over the weekend. I wonder if this truck will roll downhill as well like a classic pump and dump

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28-09-2020, 14:49   #4937
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I am still holding some INO for the long term, the panic selling is hilarious
I see another Electric Truck company will be appearing on the scene today - https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/10/a-ne...he-market.html
Big push premarket on the SHLL stocks over the weekend. I wonder if this truck will roll downhill as well like a classic pump and dump
SBE is another one worth looking at.
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28-09-2020, 14:58   #4938
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SBE is another one worth looking at.
yeah , I was looking at that as well - good value in that, one to hold for a bit I think
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SBE is another one worth looking at.
SBE more promising, they make charging points, and is backed by Tesla
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I don't know who recommended UMC here back 2 months ago, took a random punt on them and 30% up at the min, thanks!
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Sitting on a 78% gain for DKNG, my only regret is that I didn't buy more!
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Sitting on a 78% gain for DKNG, my only regret is that I didn't buy more!
Had a 30% gain on INO.... ruined my lunch i can tell you
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Hopefully an over reaction to the news at least its not like astra zenca but em I'd say buckle up it's going to a bumpy afternoon for us
Indeed the complaint is over their propietary device they use to adminster their vaccines, this device has been used and approved by the FDA for multiple previous trials by INO and the DOD bought $70 million worth of them a few months back so this hold up is a red herring

INO has recovered some bit, which tells me it was an epic head fake by Wall St with a little help from some friends in the FDA , all to cover their mega short exposure. The drop hasnt held , theres a floor holding strong.
But this issue could still take 30 days or more to resolve.
Welcome to the wild west of bio-pharma investing .

Kicking myself over Jfrog (Artifactory) FROG (up 10% today), when we had SUMO, FROG, Unity and SNOWFLAKE all IPO'ing a few weeks back, FROG was the pick of the bunch, good product, good companies using it and breaking even which is unheard of for a cloud devops play these days, but the IPO price was too rich I thought, I expected a pull back to jump in and hold for 6 months, but that hasnt happened.
U-SUMO-FROG-SNOW - combined losses over 1 billion , never made a profit (open to correction) combined valuation over 100 billion.
Morale of the story if you think a tech stock is over-priced for their balance sheet.. Wall St says think again
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Had a 30% gain on INO.... ruined my lunch i can tell you
Same here, thought with spike in cases almost in every part of the world all covid related names would spike too
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Indeed the complaint is over their propietary device they use to adminster their vaccines, this device has been used and approved by the FDA for multiple previous trials by INO and the DOD bought $70 million worth of them a few months back so this hold up is a red herring

INO has recovered some bit, which tells me it was an epic head fake by Wall St with a little help from some friends in the FDA , all to cover their mega short exposure. The drop hasnt held , theres a floor holding strong.
But this issue could still take 30 days or more to resolve.
Welcome to the wild west of bio-pharma investing .

Kicking myself over Jfrog (Artifactory) FROG (up 10% today), when we had SUMO, FROG, Unity and SNOWFLAKE all IPO'ing a few weeks back, FROG was the pick of the bunch, good product, good companies using it and breaking even which is unheard of for a cloud devops play these days, but the IPO price was too rich I thought, I expected a pull back to jump in and hold for 6 months, but that hasnt happened.
U-SUMO-FROG-SNOW - combined losses over 1 billion , never made a profit (open to correction) combined valuation over 100 billion.
Morale of the story if you think a tech stock is over-priced for their balance sheet.. Wall St says think again
Asana is another one I really like that will likely add to that list Wednesday
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28-09-2020, 17:33   #4946
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RXT Rackspace - 18.33 currently trading bang in the middle of
50 DMA 18.47
200 DMA 18.26
Am holding them as someone is going to buy them out eventually. Apple were rumoured to be interested.
The Covid driven momentum move to cloud demands physical infrastructure , 5G will drive consumer demand . Which all leads to off prem physical data centres and lots of em

As we all know there is no such thing as the cloud , its just somebody elses computer

INTC ($50) picked some up sub 48 a few weeks back , backing them to be a solid place to park some cash for the next 12 months with potential to grow if Wall St ever figures out what an EPS over $5 really means.
AMD/NVIDIA are over-hyped sp's its not all about first to 7nm, I still think INTEL have some cards up their sleeves including mobileeye and 5G products

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NYCTL (£4) - Covid testing play , ridden this thru its peaks , expecting major RNS in the coming weeks, as it moves to a mid-cap company , on many big pharma people takeover radar.
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Meant to add ODX (76p) to that list yesterday. Its volatile, jumped 8% today but ones always at the mercy of the MMs.
Theres a number of UK based Covid Testing plays, ODX and NYCT are mine.
NYCT are working on a multi infection kit, WINTERPLEX , one test will identfy both Covid and Influenza to simplify testing.
At some point Boris and Operation Moonshot has to cause one of these players to pop.
boom contract landed , announcement yesterday ..
I wonder what todays opening price will be, indications are £5.25 ... trading at £4.67 yesterday in London its AIM listed but you can trade it in Paris also .

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Paris, France and Camberley, UK - 29 September 2020 - Novacyt (EURONEXT GROWTH: ALNOV; AIM: NCYT), an international specialist in clinical diagnostics, announces it has signed a new supply contract with the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) for its q16 and q32 Rapid-PCR instrument platforms, exsig® COVID-19 Direct kits and genesig® SARS-CoV-2 Winterplex kits...This first phase of the contract will involve the immediate deployment of 300 PCR instruments, related kits and support services with a minimum value of £150 million for the first 14 weeks
double boom ... new CE approved serology test...

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Paris, France and Camberley, UK - 29 September 2020 - Novacyt, an international specialist in clinical diagnostics, announces that, further to the announcement on 27 July 2020, the Company has launched a CE-Mark approved serology (antibody) 96-well plate ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) test for the detection of IgG antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 derived from plasma and serum samples.
will exit ODX , top slice some NYCT and let the rest sit. The Abott 15 min test Trump admin demonstrated at the presser yesterday could be agame changer

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triple boom ..
another plus on the NOVACYT spike is the computer quants will get burned, Voleon a supposedly AI short machine managed fund had a large short position on NYCT, 700,000 shares to cover. I wonder what HAL is saying this morning...

https://whalewisdom.com/short_positi...-management-lp

https://www.ft.com/content/87725d8e-...b-e07ab58c354b

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As we all know there is no such thing as the cloud , its just somebody elses computer

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As someone who deals with Cloud infrastructure, it still amazes me when end users have an outage and wonder why cause they are sitting in the cloud - some just don't get that there infrastructure is sitting on poor AWS hardware in a datacenter somewhere in the world
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Just saw that the Invesco Solar Energy ETF is up 180% since it's March lows, 100% YTD, what are people's opinions on solar energy? You would think that over the next few years most new houses would have solar panels or are they just not feasible for households?
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Altria group. Thoughts?
I know people on here generally aren't attracted by dividends but they offer a relatively safe 9% dividend. I am a bit worried that they are over reliant on us market and their relatively high level of debt, but overall I feel that very little has to go right for them to be a decent investment
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