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#2057

Munger didn’t buy any of these. He bought Shanghai Airport instead. 600009.SH. I also have that one.


#2058

Buy some Xiaomi too.


#2059

10x benefits from trade war.

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#2060

Making money in stocks is that easy :slight_smile: Bot yesterday is already up 4-8%.
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#2061

SOGO is a dog. HUYA much better.


#2062

Went up so much yesterday still going up, damn.


#2063

what’s huya?


#2064

Twitch of China.


#2065

Bit the bullet and bought some HUYA. I am behaving like manch. Let the market tells me and what the market is telling me is to buy China and web 2.0 (cloud, video streaming, AI, e-commerce) stocks. China stocks have been correcting for sometime, so is ok to buy :slight_smile:


#2066

I don’t have any HUYA at the moment. You are on your own. :wink:


#2067

I have been misled :rage: Bought only 30. My plan is to invest quite a bit in those 4 up and coming stocks. Although I want to use margin, yet to do so :slight_smile: yes I have that much cash… j/k. Current 10x portfolio only up 3% (no calls that is why so low) and is lower than yesterday’s purchase (also no calls). Don’t want to long calls… may be when I got my mojo back.


#2068

Told you I was shaken out of my positions last week or so. Ditto for BILI. I do have IQ though.


#2069

If they are good long term, why got shake out? Too much margin? I have yet to use margin, so can blindly buy.


#2070

Yes, because of margin. Also my conviction for HUYA is nowhere near FB and BABA for example. I bought them in down market but won’t do for HUYA. Not yet.


#2071

FB and BABA would take ages to double, these stocks double easily, may be 100x :slight_smile:


#2072

I think both FB and BABA can double in 3 years.


#2073

So long, thought you want triple in one year?


#2074

Today, SOGO is better.42%20AM


#2075

Triple in one year with margin.


#2076

Yeah, China innovates. That’s why all their new companies are known as the American company name of China. Meanwhile, they impost barriers against the US companies competing in China. Sounds like free trade for sure.