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Nah, I'm buy and hold the total market. Always have been.The first time is always the hardest. All joking aside, you'd probably be more suited to options than individual stocks.
There are similar funds with longer track records. Its Q4 dividend crashed hard. I need to really dig into it. Also the .35% net fee is annoying. It mght be a winner for my Mom's accounts.Nice dividend, too bad it's only 6 months old, would love to see how it performed over a longer time frame
Speaking of, this whole ordeal got me to actually read WSB for the first time (I never really read anything there). Shit like that guy trying to figure out how to accept physical barrels of oil was fucking hilarious.Remind me to tell you about my XOM trade sometime...
I can get behind this take. He makes his money in sales and not by trading for sure.Selling broadcast.com in 1999 is the only reason you know his name. It was one the worst buyouts in all of history and he is the beneficiary of that. He may have areas of expertise and I assure you it's not the stock market. Don't know if I care enough to start digging up his quotes about the market for years now that were completely and demonstrably off base. So I'll clarify he is a grade A dumbass when it comes to the markets. He may have some acumen in business, every time I hear the guy over the years he is speaking about topics he knows nothing about. He might sound quite different when discussing something he actually understands.
Ya it was almost worth the price of admission. Almost.Nah, I'm buy and hold the total market. Always have been.
It was definitely an interesting week though. I learned a lot. I've mentioned before I have a finance degree, but I don't work in anything really "finance" related.
It also made my days fly by as I was constantly reading and watching the prices go by.
So, my experience similar to this is a bit different from meme stock, but I think we've all been where you are now. The lesson is invaluable and kind of shows how the fundamentals exist for a reason.