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Post #3451 by MP » Tue Dec 22, 2020 7:12 pm

Ricard_Persson wrote:Goodfood approaching an all time high. Some would credit this to lockdown news and a growing line of food service and faster delivery, but I credit this to Dogs nephew and the great work he did there in his short time. There's always a delay on innovative individuals and brilliant minds at companies and the advancement they make in these businesses and I feel that is what were seeing here. The impact of Dogs nephew is now seen in shareholder value.

I never doubted it, personally.

Is it going to hit $11 or should I sell now?
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Post #3452 by Ricard_Persson » Tue Dec 22, 2020 11:35 pm

I'm really just an idiot and not smart enough to "know". I can guess though.

First off, selling and locking in your profit is never a bad deal. You seem like a longer term guy though and I like goodfood for some reason and think they will continue to return 30% a year by holding.

I like to move in and out personally, and try to make those 30% years into 50% by not holding for a drop. I think I'm personally going to hold here and I'm up pretty good in the last month since I bought.

$10.49 (all time high from a couple months back) is going to be a huge number to break through and I wouldn't be surprised if we bounce off it and drop back in the $9's. However, I think a clean break through $10.50 with some good volume and we'll be in the $12's quickly.

Just my 2 cents. This lockdown helps but the overall market could catch us. Its been a good US market run for a long time and I'm always worried about a rug pull. They just talked about a new $2000 a person stimulus tonight so that should get the market humming if they can pass that.
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Post #3453 by Dog » Wed Dec 23, 2020 11:09 am

Ricard_Persson wrote:Goodfood approaching an all time high. Some would credit this to lockdown news and a growing line of food service and faster delivery, but I credit this to Dogs nephew and the great work he did there in his short time. There's always a delay on innovative individuals and brilliant minds at companies and the advancement they make in these businesses and I feel that is what were seeing here. The impact of Dogs nephew is now seen in shareholder value.

I never doubted it, personally.


It was turning it into a sweetshop that did wonders for productivity.
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Post #3454 by Ricard_Persson » Wed Dec 23, 2020 2:40 pm

MP wrote:Is it going to hit $11 or should I sell now?


$10.99 good enough for ya? It touched that this morning.

I'm still holding. I think it's going to close over the $10.49 today. Never say never, but it looks good now. Staying strong this afternoon. It is a weird time of year though with light trading coming up, so who knows.

Here's a 1 minute chart if the link works. I might have signed in to make an account to see it, but the 1 minute charts are cool to see the daily roller coasters. It has a pretty strong base at $10.70ish, it's hit it and bounced up four times today so far from it.

https://www.tradingview.com/chart/cEhfLTth/
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Post #3455 by MP » Wed Dec 23, 2020 4:38 pm

Geez, I wish I had mortgaged my house to buy this. Well over triple money at this point...
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Post #3456 by Ricard_Persson » Mon Dec 28, 2020 12:37 pm

Whats your average cost on goodfood? You've must have been in a while. I remember buying in the $2's.

Amazon breaking out now, finally and hopefully for good. Its been super frustrating but big day today so far. I have to get out of these options, holding too long. Hoping to see $3500 on this run.

Trump giving everyone $2000 will help. Everyone off to amazon to buy a shelf or some shit.
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Post #3457 by Ricard_Persson » Tue Dec 29, 2020 12:53 pm

Sold my Goodfood at $11.58. It was up 38% and thats a lot in two months so I had to make the safe call and lock in profit. Ill be watching it to re-enter once it settles down.
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Post #3458 by Ricard_Persson » Wed Dec 30, 2020 10:56 am

Goodfood hit $12.59 this morning. That's pretty stretched. I've been checking for news and nothing released on this monster run. Certainly Covid helping but seems delayed in buying, usually you have to be really early on that type of news but it keeps chugging. Someone always knows something.

The price is stretched right now, I wouldn't be surprised if that 12,59 is the high point still in two weeks. We'll see, but it was a monster run and it has to cool off and level off somewhere comfortable, I would guess the $11's become the new comfort zone unless they announce some great news.

I sold yesterday and used my profit to buy 1 Amazon $4000 call that expires mid March. Fairly risky. My wagon is hitched to a first quarter run for Amazon.
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Post #3459 by Twitter bArt » Thu Dec 31, 2020 12:50 pm

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sona-nan ... yDUy0fN_po

I loaded up on this a few ago when it hit just a shade over $1.

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Post #3460 by Ricard_Persson » Sat Jan 02, 2021 9:17 pm

Thats crazy. 130% in a day. I love the "loaded up" part. Must feel good. Ballsy move especially in a down trend chart that had a pretty big drop in the last few months.


I just looked at BU.TO and it popped a week before I looked. Nice pop too. I forget to check it all the time and look every 2 months which is not good enough.
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Post #3461 by PredsFan77 » Sat Jan 02, 2021 11:56 pm

12% for the year. Lots of commodities exposure in the ole portfolio so if inflation comes to fruition, which I’m not entirely convinced, I’ll be sitting in tall cotton.
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Post #3462 by Ricard_Persson » Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:43 am

Gold and silver will do well this year. I'm afraid to look at final numbers. Had a disastrous 4th quarter.
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Post #3463 by Slick Nick » Sun Jan 03, 2021 10:15 am

Eth is at 900$ banes why didn't you listen.
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I could have been rich(er) by procuration

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Post #3465 by PredsFan77 » Sun Jan 03, 2021 8:46 pm

it's odd with polling saying that both Dems are going to win in Georgia that stocks are at all time highs. Would give Biden carte blanche to reverse Trumps tax cuts

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Post #3466 by Slick Nick » Mon Jan 04, 2021 1:32 am

ETH 1150$

btw, doggo... it is now official that all large institutions are buying hefty amounts of my stupid coins. And so will you...

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PredsFan77 wrote:it's odd with polling saying that both Dems are going to win in Georgia that stocks are at all time highs. Would give Biden carte blanche to reverse Trumps tax cuts

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Post #3468 by MP » Wed Jan 06, 2021 3:45 pm

Sold Food today. 317% gain...
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Post #3469 by Slick Nick » Thu Jan 07, 2021 3:10 am

MP wrote:Sold Food today. 317% gain...


Now take the money and buy a real asset like bitcoin or gold because all your dollers will be worth the same as my collection on USSR rubles in 2 years.
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Friendly reminder that MSM media hasn't given in yet... 50k 75k 200k once normies fomo

step over your pride and diversify. We're not talking about internet nerds and russians mafia aymore... we're talking about all the large hedge funds, banks and whatnot.

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Post #3473 by Slick Nick » Fri Jan 08, 2021 3:48 am

I've been wondering why the US stock market is going bananas while the real economy is in shatters... I think money printer goes brrrrrrr is definitly for something... but I also think the the decoupling from reality has maybe more to do with the transnationnal facet of the companies more than with their local identity. How is Google more american than global? Might have been said before but never actually thought about it until now...
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Post #3474 by Dog » Fri Jan 08, 2021 9:06 am

Still tulips, nick. You think a drastic inflation of an irrational asset validates it? That’s what bubbles are.
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Post #3475 by Craig » Fri Jan 08, 2021 9:15 am

Yeah, getting in to a bubble after the institutionals (do we actually know they're in?) because of FOMO doesn't sound that appealing to me.
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Post #3476 by Dog » Fri Jan 08, 2021 9:36 am

Craig wrote:do we actually know they're in?


I don’t. Maybe some decided to get greedy and figured they’d profit from the upswing before dumping -good luck with that.

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I tried to warn you.


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Post #3478 by Slick Nick » Fri Jan 08, 2021 2:02 pm

Dog wrote:Still tulips, nick. You think a drastic inflation of an irrational asset validates it? That’s what bubbles are.


TIL that useless shiny metals stored in vaults and non-dividened Van Gogh paintings are tulips. Digital scarcity that’s what bitcoin has brought. If everyone acknowledges that bitcoin is worth a price, it is worth that price. You’re supposed to be the smart ones, why must I explain everything to you.
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I tried to warn you.


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DELEEEEEET

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Craig wrote:Yeah, getting in to a bubble after the institutionals (do we actually know they're in?) because of FOMO doesn't sound that appealing to me.


They are... I'm a lazy person greg.
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Post #3481 by Dog » Fri Jan 08, 2021 2:28 pm

Slick Nick wrote:
Dog wrote:Still tulips, nick. You think a drastic inflation of an irrational asset validates it? That’s what bubbles are.


TIL that useless shiny metals stored in vaults and non-dividened Van Gogh paintings are tulips. Digital scarcity that’s what bitcoin has brought. If everyone acknowledges that bitcoin is worth a price, it is worth that price. You’re supposed to be the smart ones, why must I explain everything to you.


Bitcoins may have scarcity, but not cryptocurrencies as a whole.

Country X adopts its own digital currency. The e-dollar. It has legal currency.

Why is bitcoin valuable? It’s blockchain technology that has value.
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Dog wrote:
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Dog wrote:Still tulips, nick. You think a drastic inflation of an irrational asset validates it? That’s what bubbles are.


TIL that useless shiny metals stored in vaults and non-dividened Van Gogh paintings are tulips. Digital scarcity that’s what bitcoin has brought. If everyone acknowledges that bitcoin is worth a price, it is worth that price. You’re supposed to be the smart ones, why must I explain everything to you.


Bitcoins may have scarcity, but not cryptocurrencies as a whole.

Country X adopts its own digital currency. The e-dollar. It has legal currency.

Why is bitcoin valuable? It’s blockchain technology that has value.



They all have scarcity technically.. just like metals. Not all of them have reserve asset status. Some of them (think ETH) have real case uses. It’s the main protocol on which all other blockchains run. To run the protocol you must pay a fee, thus inflating the price value of the asset parallely to the speculation. Chainlink (LINK) is an oracle protocol. It’s the onramp from non-blockchain based technology to blockchain ecosystem. Etc.

Think of bitcoin as gold 2.0. Think of ETH is microsoft 2.0. Think
Of other cryptos as googles, facebooks and cats.com.

Like what’s 10,000$ to you? A coffee machine? Had you bought ETH at 120$ like banes was supposed to, you would have 10x your money. In 5 years, 1200$ ETH will probably be laughable.

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Post #3483 by Dog » Fri Jan 08, 2021 3:07 pm

I don’t hold any gold, nick. It’s not an income generating asset. But at least it has, I dunno, hundreds/thousands of years of being psychologically regarded as a currency of refuge. Bitcoin, not so much. I could buy shares of companies that own and can sell/license blockchain IP.
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Dog wrote:I don’t hold any gold, nick. It’s not an income generating asset. But at least it has, I dunno, hundreds/thousands of years of being psychologically regarded as a currency of refuge. Bitcoin, not so much. I could buy shares of companies that own and can sell/license blockchain IP.


I could buy the stock of the plastic company that makes mocrosoft CD’s. Not investing in your stupid vidya games, son.

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Post #3485 by Craig » Fri Jan 08, 2021 3:17 pm

Slick Nick wrote:
Dog wrote:Still tulips, nick. You think a drastic inflation of an irrational asset validates it? That’s what bubbles are.


TIL that useless shiny metals stored in vaults and non-dividened Van Gogh paintings are tulips. Digital scarcity that’s what bitcoin has brought. If everyone acknowledges that bitcoin is worth a price, it is worth that price. You’re supposed to be the smart ones, why must I explain everything to you.


My best guess is the Dunning-Kruger effect.
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Slick Nick wrote:
Dog wrote:I don’t hold any gold, nick. It’s not an income generating asset. But at least it has, I dunno, hundreds/thousands of years of being psychologically regarded as a currency of refuge. Bitcoin, not so much. I could buy shares of companies that own and can sell/license blockchain IP.


I could buy the stock of the plastic company that makes mocrosoft CD’s. Not investing in your stupid vidya games, son.

Ok boomer


I’m indirectly invested in video games. Why not? It sells, makes profits. You’re trying to sell « the new gold », when I haven’t even bought the old gold.
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Dog wrote:Still tulips, nick. You think a drastic inflation of an irrational asset validates it? That’s what bubbles are.


TIL that useless shiny metals stored in vaults and non-dividened Van Gogh paintings are tulips. Digital scarcity that’s what bitcoin has brought. If everyone acknowledges that bitcoin is worth a price, it is worth that price. You’re supposed to be the smart ones, why must I explain everything to you.


My best guess is the Dunning-Kruger effect.


Nice name dropping there greg. I do that all the time with impressionnable girls.
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Dog wrote:
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Dog wrote:I don’t hold any gold, nick. It’s not an income generating asset. But at least it has, I dunno, hundreds/thousands of years of being psychologically regarded as a currency of refuge. Bitcoin, not so much. I could buy shares of companies that own and can sell/license blockchain IP.


I could buy the stock of the plastic company that makes mocrosoft CD’s. Not investing in your stupid vidya games, son.

Ok boomer


I’m indirectly invested in video games. Why not? It sells, makes profits. You’re trying to sell « the new gold », when I haven’t even bought the old gold.


Look, I'm broke.. my triangle strategy fucked me over and I only doubled my couple grand investment watching the train pass by. My plan is to get you rich fucks into the bubble and once we moon to 250k Bitcoin to start using some fine psychological manipulation so you send me a little something in gratitutude.

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Slick Nick wrote:
Craig wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:
TIL that useless shiny metals stored in vaults and non-dividened Van Gogh paintings are tulips. Digital scarcity that’s what bitcoin has brought. If everyone acknowledges that bitcoin is worth a price, it is worth that price. You’re supposed to be the smart ones, why must I explain everything to you.


My best guess is the Dunning-Kruger effect.


Nice name dropping there greg. I do that all the time with impressionnable girls.


I don't think you know what name dropping is.
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I tried to warn you.


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PredsFan77 wrote:delusion


The ammount of bitcoins been bought and transfered into cold storage says otherwise. It's a long game.
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Slick Nick wrote:The richest man in the world is sitting at the head of a meme company that produces meme cars in meme numbers.


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Post #3496 by AD » Mon Jan 11, 2021 2:08 pm

Fuck you Artie
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Post #3497 by Slick Nick » Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:21 pm

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There's a good chance you might still get enter at 20k
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Post #3498 by Ricard_Persson » Tue Jan 12, 2021 4:37 pm

Goodfood hiring 500. Not so small a company anymore.

I went ahead and sent Dog's Nephews resume back into them. I'm a reference.
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Post #3499 by Slick Nick » Wed Jan 13, 2021 12:17 am

Way too much volume for a hair cut... sorry.. you'll buy at 65k
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Post #3500 by PredsFan77 » Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:47 pm

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