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    Zigo
    $^IXIC conversation
    Historically, the stock market usually sells off in a bear market about a year (give or take a few months) BEFORE a recession actually hits. WHEN a recession actually hits, the stock market selling accelerates with massive seller capitulation, worse than now. It's then that you be a hero and can buy for much, much cheaper. Since the bear market started 6 months ago, we have anywhere from 6-12 months more selling in a bear market (lower highs, lower lows), until the recession actually hits in early or mid 2023. The selling isn't done yet because the recession hasn't even come yet, meaning don't be a hero now and try to catch a falling knife, or you will get hurt, badly. All rallies are to be sold or shorted. You just wait, the recession WILL come.

    Putin and Xi aren't done destroying the supply side with his war against Ukraine to wipe it off the map and steal their land, and Xi's zero COVID lockdowns. It can be argued China's getting cheap oil from Russia so they can continue these lockdowns to hurt the West/US in a silent economic war. The Feds only option is to destroy the demand side of the SUPPLY = DEMAND equation to bring the two in balance. The Feds HAVE to induce a recession to fix inflation.

    An even scarier scenario is Putin stops all oil and gas exports to Europe. Global oil prices will sky rocket above $200. Russia will continue to sell oil to India and China at discounted rates, which is fetching higher oil revenues now than before the invasion of Ukraine! Global recession follows in months.

    The 1970s and 80s oil shocks and inflation led to an entire decade of the stock market being stagnant, whereas in Japan, their stock market has not recovered for over 40 years! FORTY YEARS!!! Even in the good US of A, after the 1999 pump and dump, the market didn't recover for around 15 years. It recovered in 2008 only to fall even deeper before recovering a few years later, after the Feds went to basically zero rates.

    In other words, as long as the Feds keep raising rates in a high inflation environment, the euphoric rallies of the past will be used for selling the rips and new bag holders tricked by big banks like JPMorgan so they can dump on you.

    By the time this is all said and done, I wouldn't be surprised to see $spy in the low 300s or high 200s (.i.e. the S&P $^gspc in the 2800-3200 range), and the Nasdaq in the 5-8K range. $amzn, $aapl, etc. will not be immune.
  • U
    UDY
    $AMZN takeover chatter-AI
  • J
    John
    $AMZN conversation
    $AMZN going out of business? I despise hedge funds and manipulation.
  • V
    VirginiaLova
    $AMZN conversation
    $AMZN -- JPMORGAN reiterates AMAZON as its "Best Idea" on June 15, 2022, slaps a $200 target on the stock
  • J
    J
    A couple of bullish arguments I have not seen anyone mention:

    1. $AMZN lost money for years while building their scale, depth and breadth. The end result is clear market dominance and the profits arrive gradually.

    2. $DASH has unique knowledge about their customers’ consumption patterns. It’s a marketing goldmine. No single merchant has the ability to match it. If you are $MCD, wouldn’t you want to know if your customer also orders soups and fried rice? What about if that customer also buys Wendy’s? Goldmine.
  • M
    Mike Weiss
    $^IXIC conversation
    Where are the buyers? They are nowhere to be found, so going lower...

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    $^dji $^gspc $aapl $msft $amzn $goog $meta $snap $tsla $rivn $amd $nvda $twtr
  • R
    Robert
    I’m buying $AMZN, $AAPL, $GOOG, $ZM, $IBB, $VOO, and $QQQ
  • W
    Wall St.
    $TSLA conversation
    $TSLA Should have split 10:1 .. Then it would have been meaningful.
    3:1 is a tease. Nevertheless, it doesn't matter.
    $AMZN split 20:1 and it's down 10% $Goog next 20:1 on july 15.
    $SOFI on The other hand is trying to get approved for reverse split.
    Go figure. 😂 LoL
    I hope Tesla will do as well as after last split. Time will tell.
    It is all in Earnings. LoL
  • D
    Dawg Pound
    $GOOGL conversation
    Lock and loaded with 30 shares of $GOOGL and 383 of $AMZN during the big dip a few weeks ago. 20:1 splits for both. Let’s go! I’m all in! A chance of a lifetime.
  • W
    West Coast Wise Guy
    $AMZN conversation
    I think $AMZN is a must Buy on any pullback. Don't forget they have exclusive rights on Thursday Night NFL this season. People will need to buy Amazon Prime to view the games. Last time I checked, the NFL is very popular. This will be a huge catalyst to drive the stock price up by mid August. Yahoo finance has a 1-year target of 177 as of today. Huge returns. Stay long my classy people!
  • A
    AbcInvest
    $MSFT conversation
    What do you think, which cloud company has better growth potential for now invested money?

    a) $GOOG
    b) $AMZN
    c) $MSFT
    d) $DOCN
  • V
    VirginiaLova
    $AMZN conversation
    $AMZN — June 1, 2022 — JPMorgan reiterates Amazon as a best idea

    JPMorgan said it sees growth reaccelerating in the second half for the e-commerce giant.

    “While AMZN’s share of U.S. e-commerce could dip modestly in 2022, we believe the company has gained ~650bps of share since 2018. We continue to believe revenue growth should reaccelerate in 2H22 as comps ease & AMZN gains greater penetration in grocery, CPG, apparel/accessories, & furniture/appliances/equipment.”
  • W
    West Coast Wise Guy
    Amazon.com, Inc.
    in the Long term Amazon and Google will be just fine. I will buy $AMZN if it dips under 100 tomorrow. $GOOG is the best growth stock in America according to Jim Cramer. Google stock split makes the dip intriguing.
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    Fengball
    $^IXIC conversation
    OPEC to increase oil output, Australia bumper wheat, to alleviate food supply issues, China lockdown eases as they learned from Shanghai and didn't need to lock down Beijing. Inflation peaked in March and heading down. Some companies like Apple are moving manufacturing to Vietnam. Markets to make all time highs again within the year. Got myself some $AMZN for the split, $ROKU, $MDB, $SPY, and $AAPL.
  • J
    Johnson
    Amazon.com, Inc.
    $AMZN Slow but steady!
  • I
    ICCRMKD
    Amazon.com, Inc.
    I'm an $AMZN customer...Now an $AMZN investor 👊🏽😎👍🏽
  • D
    Dawg Pound
    $GOOGL conversation
    $GOOGL CEO is making moves.
    The split is July 15th.

    https://www.crn.com/news/cloud/google-cloud-ceo-thomas-kurian-makes-his-move

    $AMZN
  • R
    Redhaw2000
    $^IXIC conversation
    Market is forward looking. It don't care that inflation is here. It only cares that inflation is getting lower. Market already sold off. Bullish Ascending Triangle on the 5+ day chart. It's been trading in range, ready for lower CPI tomorrow. The chart formation says we go green today back to the upper range of the trading channel. Tomorrow, we sky rocket, and shorts will panic cover with longs FOMO chasing.

    $spy
    $uvxy
    $^gspc
    $aapl
    $amzn
  • D
    Dawg Pound
    $AMZN conversation
    A good day for new buyers or additional shares.
    $AMZN, $GOOGL and $TNXP. GLTA!
  • T
    Tim
    I jumped in to $AMZN. Honestly, Ive never done such a thing at such a price. I’m going to do the same with Google next week when I get paid. I’m usually such a conservative investor and I love my ETFs, but LOVE a stock split. Did this with AAPL in 2020 as well. There’s nothing like seeing those shares appear in your account and then the slow ascent upward again. My favorite part of investing in single companies.