iBankCoin
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Joined Aug 2, 2009
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Y OH Y DID U NOT BY?

Think I’ll book some of this $YY up here and use the proceeds to buy some $CYBR we talked about earlier this week. Got the pullback I wanted, l o l.

Reminder, no After Hours with Option Addict today, but last nights watchlist is fire! Almost better than last weeks $AAOI, $PYPL, $SQ, blah…blah…blah.

HAGW

OA

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8 comments

  1. thehouse

    Jesus what an awesome move. Thanks for the YY heads up. I bought yesterday after your recommendation the other day.

    I bought some of that NBEV today. I got two comments from people saying “too much overhead supply” when I posted about it elsewhere.

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  2. NotGekko

    Grabbed some FEYE calls this morning and rode the day out with a smile. Thanks OA!

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  3. doubleplus

    Of the two suggestions, took the SNAP trade, instead. FML.

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  4. ThomasJefferson

    If anyone is interested in hedging their trading accounts, I mentioned last week I like preferred shares for the good yield and comparatively low volatility.

    I’ve been in Wells preferred for a few years, and added two others in the last week:
    -KMI preferred shares, (11% yield, 13% discount to liquidation)
    -SRCL preferred: 8.2% yield, 35% discount to liquidation)

    Beats the shit out of short term bond yields, and some upside available with good underlying set ups such as these.

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    • Stella

      Thank you for the information. How can I buy “preferred share”, not regular stock share? ( I am embarrassed to ask.)

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      • Stella

        I googled them. Thank you.

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        • ThomasJefferson

          Yeah, it’s tough to sometimes find the exact tickers, but the nice thing about preferred stock is that the company can buy the shares back at a set price, so it’s kind of puts a cap on your upside, but you get a nice yield by giving up some upside, and you get a little less volatility.

          I know there are different opinions about preferred shares out there, but based on the octane in a trading portfolio you can justify a little higher risk profile for you “safe” bucket of money. Or at least I can.

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  5. awanka

    Do we like cryptocurrencies here, OA?

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