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Post#981 » by Thunder Muscle » Thu Jun 24, 2021 1:23 pm

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Holy ****, I didn't notice they finished that strong. Might be time to take some gains and wait for a dip???? Ehhh, I'll just hold and see what happens.


OLO has dipped a little bit. Considering buying a few more stocks.

Generac has been real successful so far for me. Up 25% since buying like 4 weeks ago. Not sure what the ceiling is, but so far so good.
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Post#982 » by M-C-G » Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:02 pm

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Thunder Muscle wrote:I'm +4.2% on OLO today, hellllll yeeeeeah! Haha!


Holy ****, I didn't notice they finished that strong. Might be time to take some gains and wait for a dip???? Ehhh, I'll just hold and see what happens.


OLO has dipped a little bit. Considering buying a few more stocks.

Generac has been real successful so far for me. Up 25% since buying like 4 weeks ago. Not sure what the ceiling is, but so far so good.


I assume this week of rolling power outages mixed with storms on the east coast will be good for sales this quarter. I would assume they have a very seasonal cyclical sales pattern
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Post#983 » by sidney lanier » Fri Jun 25, 2021 3:26 pm

As someone who owns some Nike stock, thank you Giannis. Thank you LeBron. Your feet > crypto.
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Post#984 » by jschligs » Fri Jun 25, 2021 3:55 pm

sidney lanier wrote:As someone who owns some Nike stock, thank you Giannis. Thank you LeBron. Your feet > crypto.



Yup this Nike bump was nice and why I’ll be holding for many many years.

Also, my SPCE choice is looking good. FAA approval was huge .
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Post#985 » by Stannis » Mon Jun 28, 2021 4:01 am

What coins do you guys like here?

I doubled down on Polkadot and also opened a new position in KSM
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Post#986 » by Lippo » Mon Jun 28, 2021 4:22 am

Stannis wrote:What coins do you guys like here?

I doubled down on Polkadot and also opened a new position in KSM


Got a 1000 dollars worth of Cartesi…. Wanted to go for some bigger gains, Link, Ether, Cardano and Bitcoin
Aren’t gonna 10x any time soon.
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Post#987 » by mcfromage » Mon Jun 28, 2021 7:36 am

HBAR :wink:
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Post#988 » by jmart762 » Mon Jun 28, 2021 3:40 pm

I'm pretty much all in (80+%) on eth. Eip 1559 is a couple of weeks away and that will create some great market conditions going forward imo. This feels like the mid $200s from early last year personally and the r/r makes it a no brainer if I'm willing to be patient for 3 years at least.

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Post#989 » by Henchman24 » Mon Jun 28, 2021 3:46 pm

M-C-G wrote:
Thunder Muscle wrote:
M-C-G wrote:
Holy ****, I didn't notice they finished that strong. Might be time to take some gains and wait for a dip???? Ehhh, I'll just hold and see what happens.


OLO has dipped a little bit. Considering buying a few more stocks.

Generac has been real successful so far for me. Up 25% since buying like 4 weeks ago. Not sure what the ceiling is, but so far so good.


I assume this week of rolling power outages mixed with storms on the east coast will be good for sales this quarter. I would assume they have a very seasonal cyclical sales pattern


Generac just opened a new plant in Georgia and will be opening yet another in Mexico later this year. And there is talk of opening more.
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Post#990 » by vegaspacker » Tue Jun 29, 2021 1:47 am

Kind of a rough few months for Cryptocurrency, just hodling my bags. I haven't bought anything in a few months, and just want to let the rough waters settle a bit.

My IQST jumped up 33+% today with news of uplisting to Nasdaq soon. A lot of uncertainty everywhere, so hanging on to bunch of cash and standing pat.
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Post#991 » by turbo2k » Tue Jun 29, 2021 4:54 am

Henchman24 wrote:
M-C-G wrote:
Thunder Muscle wrote:
OLO has dipped a little bit. Considering buying a few more stocks.

Generac has been real successful so far for me. Up 25% since buying like 4 weeks ago. Not sure what the ceiling is, but so far so good.


I assume this week of rolling power outages mixed with storms on the east coast will be good for sales this quarter. I would assume they have a very seasonal cyclical sales pattern


Generac just opened a new plant in Georgia and will be opening yet another in Mexico later this year. And there is talk of opening more.

JKS (Jinko solar) hit big for me today, I think a LOT more room to run over the years. Generac is a great one to hold on to long term, power is becoming more localized and distributed as we move forward.
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Post#992 » by vital_signs » Tue Jun 29, 2021 3:19 pm

Anyone else looking to hop on the NNDM train? Been eyeing them up for months and am experiencing FOMO.
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Post#993 » by DrWood » Mon Jul 5, 2021 6:46 am

I need to move the investments I have in an Edward Jones account (inherited) to one of the low-cost online brokerages. I have a Schwab account. Looking at Vanguard, TDI Ameritrade, Etrade, Fidelity, Merril. I'm mainly a buy and hold kind of investor. no-fee fund or stock trades are good. The ability to talk to a person in an emergency would be good. quality research for free would be good.
Any you prefer, or would avoid?
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Post#994 » by mcfromage » Tue Jul 6, 2021 8:34 pm

When does FCEL boom? Anyone growing impatient?
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Post#995 » by Stannis » Tue Jul 6, 2021 9:17 pm

mcfromage wrote:When does FCEL boom? Anyone growing impatient?

It already boomed imo.

From 2 bucks to 9. And it hit 23 on the way.
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Post#996 » by Erifee » Sat Jul 10, 2021 4:33 am

"Bitcoin power plant" sounds like a square on an apocalypse-themed bingo card.

In the past, nearby residents weren’t necessarily enamored with the idea of a pollution-spewing power plant warming their deep, cold water lake, but at least the electricity produced by the plant was powering their homes. Sixty percent still does, Greenidge said, but the rest of the time, the turbines are burning natural gas to mint profits for the private equity firm Atlas Holdings by mining bitcoin.

Atlas, the firm that bought Greenidge has been ramping up its bitcoin mining aspirations over the last year and a half, installing thousands of mining rigs that have produced over 1,100 bitcoin as of February 2021. The company has plans to install thousands more rigs, ultimately using 85 MW of the station’s total 108 MW capacity.

Seneca Lake’s water isn’t the only thing the power plant is warming. In December 2020, with the power plant running at just 13 percent of its capacity, Atlas’ bitcoin operations there produced 243,103 tons of carbon dioxide and equivalent greenhouse gases, a ten-fold increase from January 2020 when mining commenced. NOx pollution, which is responsible for everything from asthma, lung cancer, and premature death, also rose 10x.


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Post#997 » by SupremeHustle » Wed Jul 14, 2021 5:08 pm

Mistakes were made lol.
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Post#998 » by chonestown » Thu Jul 15, 2021 3:51 am

Read on Twitter


Dogecoin coin creator quoted above. Thread puts into words a lot of the uneasiness I have with crypto in particular and the market in general.
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Post#999 » by jschligs » Thu Jul 15, 2021 6:26 pm

As someone who is no longer heavily invested in FCEL (outside of a $75 option I bought expiring in Oct), it's truly amazing to watch it fall by 5-10% seemingly every day.
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Post#1000 » by SupremeHustle » Thu Jul 15, 2021 6:55 pm

jschligs wrote:As someone who is no longer heavily invested in FCEL (outside of a $75 option I bought expiring in Oct), it's truly amazing to watch it fall by 5-10% seemingly every day.


Buy the dip? Please. Anybody.
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