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Hi Can you make a video about intristic value?Regards!ANTONIADIS NIKOLAOS
Do you know where I can find out the tax fees for selling in under a year? I heard that selling stocks under a year is a high percent in taxes? Swing trading of sorts..
What is a pre split? Newby here:) Love your videos. Happy I found you.
All right: I’ve bought one NIO and one sbe. I will sell nio late 1/7 or early 1/8 and I will sell sbe one or two days before the. 1/27 merger. One day I’ll have the capital to make these plays 10x.
I’m gonna start unsubscribing from every YouTuber slurping his drink into the microphone on air. Sooo freaking unprofessional and yet so common. Huge pet peeve
The more I learn about investing, the more I realize the fundamental investing strategy that I used to worship is a matter of the past. For good returns, today it all about following the trend and news.
One penny for your thoughts ring ring back
Love you for not drinking beerwe need healthy Joseph!
Check out zed monopoly a living legend in the stock market. Dudes videos are a literal course themselves
Where did the hour long video go 😕? Lol
Bitcoin is breaking limits a lot of people are purchasing it, great!
I guarantee nobody is grabbing their favorite drink here, we’re just listening to the show am I right or am I right? I mean I’m not stopping the video, to go and start mixing myself a cocktail or brewing a coffee……However, Imagine if Joe didn’t tell me at the beginning of the video ‘to grab my favorite drink.’ It might mean the end of the Bow tie nation. Think about it, how one simple sentence holds the universe in flux. What if, just once, in one Video, Joe just started a video, but with no drink. Of course we’d overlook it, but subconsciously something would be amiss. We wouldn’t be fulfilled. Some crucial component was missing to our favorite financial advisor, but what praythee? I’d come to the end of the video and find out, wow….For some reason, I’m a little depressed yet I do not know why. I’d go about my day in a strange slump, My wife asks me “What’s wrong,” to which I reply…”I…I really have no idea.” Soon I’d be hitting the bottle, desperately drinking trying to fulfill some sort of unconscious urge that Joe had been helping me to overcome through psychoanalytical sublimation. Instead of vapidly giving me that outlet through his video suggestibility, now I’m forced to get my coping mechanism through relapsing. I start drinking…heavily. My life becomes a blur fading in and out of consciousness, stumbling, shitting my pants. All because Joe stopped suggesting I ‘grab a drink’ when nobody was “really grabbing drinks” but we were somehow inwardly fulfilled by this simple turn of phrase. “Grab your drink.” Joe, for the love of God. “Grab you drink.”
Thanks for the show I really enjoy.
Hello. How many companies do you have in your portfolio? Or what would be the right number of companies to say that you have diversified and at the same time to say that you can monitor their course? Thanks
where is your bow tie ? <3
Itchy is definitely a good word for it, in my case "Market Withdrawal" is what my wife calls it, lol.
Your call on ocgn jumped from $.29 to 2.88.Thanks
Thank you some of your vid are very good. Cleanspark thanks to u I bought. Up 180%. All you stocks in next faang has done very well. Good work.
One of the coolest and best CFA Charter-holders. Also I do the 80% core and 20% peripheral strategy.
I appreciate your insight. I have learn so much. Waiting for the next advice.
Consumer discretionary ETF's are a hit buy right now with Amazon and Tesla being a big weight of them for this who can't afford to buy Amazon and Tesla.. I'm glad I got in at a good time up 60% already
You need to turn up your microphone volume on these segments.
If you get itchy, watch some movies. Pixar’s “Soul” was GREAT! And for fun, watch Trading Places! 🙂
Can’t wait for the options video
You mentioned a portfolio called stock heart or stock card? I am not sure that is correct, but how do I see the portfolio?
I don't think that I'm smart enough to buy and sell individual stocks. I've been buying Index Funds and Sector ETFs. Trying to manage a portfolio of individual stocks is a little intimidating to me. I just have my Vanguard Roth IRA, Vanguard Brokerage Account and I'm about to transfer my 401(k) from my former employer into a traditional IRA at Vanguard so I have it all in one place. I'm going to put most of it into a conservative fund like Wellesley or Wellington since I'm 60 and the rest, I planned to buy more ETFs. I need growth but I also need to protect what I have so it's a little scary at my age. I want to retire in two to three years and have already secured healthcare until I'm Medicare eligible which makes that possible.