I thought you said their tech is pretty meh?
I did, but i did buy some calls, made 3x. Could have made 10-20x i guess by now
could have, would have, should have
My new picks are NVDA, (soon) BA, FB. All stocks that are far below their ATH.
$3M is good enough, no need for $10-$20M. We know.
NVDA and FB? Crowded trade. @manch and I are already in, please don’t cloud in
i have been holdinf fb for a while. got in nvda recently, good money to make you want more people to buy, no?
Cloud continues to outperform the market. MDB! Should have bought yesterday when @tomato came here out of the blue to mention that ticker. As usual, don’t buy @manch counters e.g. BOX or @Jil counters such as STNE, and also DBX
A few hit new ATHs, ZEN, TWLO and SHOP.
Whose pick was that?
No one. It hasn’t reached the magic teens yet
Slaughter Oink oink
BTFD now or wait for them to drop near Dec low?
It’s not a FD, it’s a SD (shallow dip).
I do not expect it touches Dec low, but very likely reach around S&P 2650-2700 range (Pure guess) before it turns back bullish again.
Use your own charting technique (you are good with that) to find the bottom. Wait for opportunity…
Did you grab any Tsla when it was at the 250s?
I saw TSLA by $255, but not $250. I have one GTC order for $250.
Every D is FD.
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Article recommends MSFT and AMZN. Growth investors like @wuqijun, @manch and @Jil might ask, is the return over say, 5-10 years, greater than cloud kings, princes and princesses? Who doesn’t know they are good but we are talking about comparative returns
This author is Jim Cramer’s pet. Ignore him.
Every post is paid by someways by the referred companies. Use it with grain of salt.
The best advisor for you is yourself. I strongly believe in my own analysis, but screw up at times.
One thing I don’t understand yet is what does cloud mean to network security company. We have a ton of names like Palo Alto Network, CyberArk, Zscaler etc. Need to study more.